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    Vol. 76, No. 2, February 2003

    In the News

    New Hires, Promotions, Partners

    Judd A. Genda, U.W. 1996 cum laude, and Lori M. Lubinsky, U.W. 1997 cum laude, have been named partners at Axley Brynelson LLP, Madison. Genda focuses on telecommunications and business law and Lubinsky focuses on litigation and employment law.

    Joseph C. Copa, U.W. 1999 cum laude, Paul D. Curtis, Minnesota 1999, Lisa R. Foerst, U.W. 1999 cum laude, and Rebecca M. Orvick, U.W. 1997, have been named senior associates at the firm. Copa practices in commercial litigation, insurance defense, labor and employment, and medical malpractice defense. Curtis practices in insurance defense, commercial litigation, and employment law. Foerst practices in commercial finance, real estate, and securities transactions. Orvick practices in business law, estate planning, and telecommunications law.

    Laurel A. Kent


    Anthony J. Lucchesi


    Laurel A. Kent, U.W. 2002, and Anthony J. Lucchesi, U.W. 2000 magna cum laude, have joined Balisle & Roberson S.C., Madison, as associates, concentrating in family law, estate planning, probate, and appellate law. Lucchesi previously was law clerk to Judge Charles P. Dykman, Wisconsin Court of Appeals, and Justice Ann Walsh Bradley, Wisconsin Supreme Court.

    Carlos A. Barraza, U.W. 2002, has joined the pre-trial division of the Montgomery County, Penn., district attorney's office as an assistant district attorney.

    John Corrigall, U.W. 1989, has joined Renaissance Learning, Wisconsin Rapids, as director of human resources and administration. He previously was director of employee relations with Stora Enso North America.

    Anza D'Antonio


    Frank M. Doherty


    Anza D'Antonio, Temple 2001, has joined Vigil Trust & Financial Advocacy, Wausau, as a financial advocate.

    Philip J. Danen, John Marshall 1992, has joined Stellpflug, Janssen, Hammer, Kirschling & Bartels S.C., De Pere, as a partner, continuing to practice in business law, including commercial litigation and transactions, employment law, and real estate. He previously was with Denissen, Kranzush, Mahoney & Ewald S.C.

    Frank M. Doherty, North Dakota 1994 cum laude, L.L.M. George Washington University with highest honors, has been elected a partner with Hale, Skemp, Hanson, Skemp & Sleik, La Crosse. He focuses on business and insurance litigation and personal injury matters.

    C. Polly Ellingson, Washington 1976, has joined the Grzeca Law Group S.C., Milwaukee, as an associate. She previously was a member of the employment law section at Michael Best & Friedrich LLP and general counsel for the Medical College of Wisconsin. The Grzeca Law Group practices business immigration law.

    Thomas R. Fahl, U.W. 1965, has joined Niebler & Muren S.C., Brookfield, continuing to emphasize trial work, estate planning, and corporate advice in a general practice. He previously was an owner and shareholder in Flanagan, Sendik & Fahl LLC and was then with Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. after the two firms merged.

    Arnold D. Fielkow


    Arnold D. Fielkow, U.W. 1981, has been promoted to executive vice president for administration of the New Orleans Saints, overseeing marketing, sales, governmental affairs, community affairs, and youth programming. He also has been elected to the team's board of directors.

    Cynthia L. Glaze, Marquette 1997, has joined the Milwaukee office of Davis & Kuelthau S.C. as an associate in the business and corporate law section, focusing on bankruptcy and creditors' rights, banking and commercial finance, and mergers and acquisitions.

    Mark D. Gundrum, U.W. 1994, has joined Hippenmeyer, Reilly, Moodie & Blum S.C., Waukesha. He previously was an associate with Kasdorf, Lewis & Swietlik S.C., Milwaukee. He also is a representative in the Wisconsin Legislature.

    Daniel P. Gustafson, U.W. 1996, has joined Stafford Rosenbaum LLP, Madison, focusing on energy, utility, and environmental law.

    Kelly S. Koshalek-Riehl, U.W. 2002, and Lance E. Mueller, U.W. 2002 cum laude, have joined Herrling, Clark, Hartzheim & Siddall Ltd., Appleton, as associates. Koshalek-Riehl focuses on family law, and Mueller focuses on business law and litigation.

    Jennifer J. Kent, Stanford 1996, has joined the civil division of the U.S. Attorney's Office, Milwaukee, as an assistant United States attorney. She previously was with the Milwaukee office of Foley & Lardner.

    David V. Meany


    David V. Meany, Georgetown 1983 cum laude, has joined DeWitt Ross & Stevens, Madison, focusing on commercial litigation, trade regulation, and e-business matters.

    Tara K. Kleinhans, U.W. 1998, has joined Duxstad, Vale & Bestul S.C., focusing on family law, employment and labor law, criminal and traffic law, and public school law. She will practice out of the firm's offices in Monroe, Darlington, and New Glarus.

    Mark D. Kunkel, U.W. 1991, has been promoted to senior legislative attorney at the Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau, a nonpartisan agency that serves the Wisconsin Legislature. He focuses on public utility law and occupational licensing.

    Joseph J. Manske, Thomas Cooley 2002, has joined his family firm, Manske Law Office, Oshkosh, as an associate with a general practice.

    Julie M. Maslowski, Marquette 1999 magna cum laude, has joined Dempsey, Williamson, Lampe, Young, Kelly & Hertel LLP, Oshkosh, focusing on estate planning and probate administration. She previously was an associate at the Milwaukee office of Michael Best & Friedrich LLP.

    Joan C. McDonagh, American University 1985, has been promoted to president of Wells Fargo Retirement Plan Services Inc., Milwaukee. She previously was vice president for legal compliance services.

    John F. Peterson


    Matthew C. Zuengler


    John F. Peterson, Marquette 2002, and Matthew C. Zuengler, Marquette 1996, have joined Metzler & Hager S.C., Green Bay, as associates. Peterson concentrates in business and civil litigation, business law, and employment law. Zuengler concentrates in estate planning, wills and trusts, probate and trust administration, retirement plan distribution planning, estate and income tax law, and business and corporate planning.

    Timothy B. Gifford, Marquette 2001, Gregory L. Knapp, U.W. 1988, Michael R. Vescio, Marquette 1995, and Paul C. Werkowski, Thomas Cooley 2002, have joined O'Hagan, Smith & Amundsen L.L.C., Milwaukee. Gifford previously was with Olsen, Kloet, Gunderson & Conway, Sheboygan. Knapp previously was trial counsel for Allstate/Encompass, Milwaukee. Vescio previously was with Mingo & Yankala S.C., Milwaukee.

    Mark A. Brault


    Chad J. Richter


    John R. Schreiber

    Mark A. Brault, Marquette 1994 cum laude, Chad J. Richter, Marquette 2002 cum laude, and John R. Schreiber, Marquette 2002 cum laude, have joined O'Neil, Cannon & Hollman S.C., Milwaukee. Brault, who previously was with DeMark, Kolbe & Brodek, Racine, practices in corporate and employment law, emphasizing employee benefits and ERISA. Richter concentrates in corporate and business law. Schreiber concentrates in corporate and civil litigation.

    Joseph F. Paulus, William Mitchell 1984, has joined with Gerald P. Boyle and Bridget E. Boyle to form Boyle, Boyle & Paulus S.C. Paulus previously was Winnebago County district attorney.

    Tristan R. Pettit, Marquette 1995, has been promoted to shareholder at Petrie & Stocking S.C., Milwaukee, continuing to concentrate in civil and business litigation, including landlord-tenant, traffic, and children's law.

    Joseph Paulus


    Tristan Pettit


    Quarles & Brady LLP has promoted five attorneys to partner in the Milwaukee office. Patricia A. Hintz, U.W. 1994, focuses on taxation. She also is a C.P.A. Kevin M. Long, Marquette 1992, focuses on construction, valuation, securities, and insurance litigation. Heidi B. Retzlaff, University of Chicago 1994, focuses on labor and employment law, including litigation and providing client advice. Richard T. Roche, Marquette 1994, is a member of the firm's intellectual property group. Stephen R. White, U.W. 1994, focuses on estate planning, including probate and trust administration, charitable giving, marital and prenuptial agreements, and business succession planning.

    Miguel A. Ruiz, U.W. 1992, has been promoted to partner at Pretzel & Stouffer Chartered, Chicago, focusing on defense of professional negligence. He also has been appointed by Mayor Richard M. Daley to the city board of ethics.

    Marcus J. Sengstock, Oklahoma City University 1997, has become a shareholder in Poulos, Sengstock, Budny & Ludwig S.C., with offices in West Allis and Waukesha. He concentrates on civil litigation, criminal defense, landlord/tenant law, and business law.

    John F. Sheski, U.W. 1978, has been promoted from general counsel to corporate vice president and general counsel at Wisconsin Physicians Service Insurance Corp., Madison. His duties include advising Medicare and TRICARE divisions on federal government procurement law and managing the company's corporate law department.

    John J. Slein, Hamline 1984, has joined Nelson, Connell & Kramer S.C., Brookfield, continuing to practice primarily in tort defense, including personal injury and professional liability litigation.

    William T. Stuart


    James S. Swiderski


    William T. Stuart, Marquette 1997 cum laude, has been named a shareholder at Meissner Tierney Fisher & Nichols S.C., Milwaukee, continuing to focus in real estate, environmental law, and commercial litigation.

    James S. Swiderski, U.W. 1999 cum laude, has joined Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP, Milwaukee, as an associate in the business law practice group, focusing in corporate, securities, international, and Indian law. He previously was with Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C., Milwaukee.

    John B. Tuffnell, Drake 1995 with honors, has joined the Milwaukee office of Michael Best & Friedrich LLP as a senior litigation associate, concentrating on ERISA litigation claims and securities arbitration.

    Marcus S. Loden


    Owen E. Herne


    Janet L. Crnich

    Marcus S. Loden, Marquette 1986, L.L.M. (taxation) New York University, Owen E. Herne, U.W. 2002, and Janet L. Crnich, Illinois 1996 cum laude, have joined the Madison office of von Briesen & Roper S.C. Loden is a shareholder in the business practice group, Herne is an associate in the business and Indian law sections, and Crnich is an associate in the litigation and risk management practice group.

    Scott A. Wales, University of Miami 1987, has joined Safer & Stein Law Firm S.C., Milwaukee, concentrating on criminal defense litigation, defense of juveniles in delinquency matters, and parents' and children's rights. He previously was in private practice in Milwaukee.

    Lisa M. Gingerich Lisa M. Gingerich


    Amanda S. Layden Donald A. Schoenfeld


    Matthew J. Stippich Valli Vairavan
    Monica C. Hocum

    The following attorneys have been promoted at or have joined the Milwaukee office of von Briesen & Roper S.C.: Lisa M. Gingerich, California Western 1994, Leslye A. Herrmann, University of Chicago 1992 with honors, and Amanda S. Layden, Marquette 1995, have been named shareholders in the health care practice group. Donald A. Schoenfeld, Marquette 1974, has joined the banking, bankruptcy, and business restructuring practice group as a shareholder. Matthew J. Stippich, Marquette 1997, and Valli Vairavan, Marquette 1997, have been named principal associates in the business practice group. Monica C. Hocum, Marquette 1997 cum laude, has joined the health care practice group as an associate.

    Brigette A. Weigel, Marquette 2002, has joined the Elkhorn office of the Wisconsin State Public Defender, focusing on general criminal, juvenile, and mental health law.

    Elizabeth Altman, U.W. 1997, Paul W. Connell, Marquette 1998 magna cum laude, Meredith P. Duchemin, Marquette 1999 cum laude, and David J. Reinhard, Northern Illinois 1997, have been appointed assistant United States attorneys for the Western District of Wisconsin. Altman previously was a Madison assistant city attorney and a Dunn County assistant district attorney. Connell previously was an associate with Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, Washington, D.C. Duchemin previously was an associate with Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C., Milwaukee. Reinhard previously was an assistant state's attorney for the Winnebago County (Ill.) State's Attorney's office.


    Mergers, Relocations, New Associations

    Colleen D. Ball, U.W. 1991, has opened Appellate Counsel S.C., providing lead counsel, co-counsel, or amicus counsel services on Wisconsin and Seventh Circuit appeals, assisting trial lawyers with complex briefing, and coordinating consultations with former appellate judges on briefing and argument preparation. She formerly was a shareholder and chair of the appellate group at Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C. She can be reached at cball@applaw.com.

    Jack Fay, North Dakota 1980, has opened Jonathan Fay P.C., Attorney at Law, Dakota Center Building, Suite 600, 51 Broadway, Fargo, N.D., emphasizing creditor's rights and remedies, including commercial litigation, bankruptcies and workouts, real estate litigation, and commercial and consumer collections.

    Godfrey & Kahn S.C. has established a consulting practice for clients involved in the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval process. Morris Waxler, Ph.D., a former FDA regulator, will provide regulatory affairs services. Robert C. Risch Jr., U.W. 1988, a shareholder and member of the firm's corporate and business practice group, directs the consulting practice.

    Chan M. Stroman


    Chan M. Stroman, University of Chicago 1987, has established Landlord Counsel LLC in Madison, focusing on representing commercial real estate owners and managers in commercial leasing and property management matters. She formerly was general counsel for Shorenstein Company, a commercial real estate company.

    Steven D. Mayer, Marquette 1992 with honors, has opened Lifetime Legal Services S.C., 312 E. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 208, Milwaukee, where he will continue to concentrate on estate planning, probate and trust administration, individual and corporate taxation, retirement and retirement plan consultation, real estate, and business succession planning. He previously was with the trusts and estates department of Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren S.C.

    Patterson, Thuente, Skaar & Christensen L.L.C., based in Minneapolis, has opened a new office in Milwaukee. Attorneys and staff from Nilles & Nilles, formerly headed by now-retired Jim Nilles, have joined the new office, continuing to focus on intellectual property matters, including patent, copyright, trademark, trade secrets, intellectual property litigation, licensing, and international law.

    John F. Peterson


    Matthew C. Zuengler


    Schmidt & Rupke S.C., Brookfield, has changed its name to Schmidt, Rupke, Tess-Mattner & Fox S.C. Kent A. Tess-Mattner, Marquette 1980, has been elected president, Stephen L. Fox, Marquette 1993, has been elected secretary, John E. Rupke, Michigan 1965, has been elected chief executive officer, and Stephen P. Schmidt, Hamline 1983, remains as treasurer. Kara Puklich Morgan, Hamline 1997, also is with the firm.

    Angela M. Pavlick, U.W. 1999, has changed her name to Angela M. Paulsrud. She continues to practice estate planning, probate, real estate, general business law, and contracts at David F. Grams & Associates S.C., Madison.

    Margaret S. Schreiber, U.W. 1995, has formed Schreiber Staffing Inc., a Chicago-area legal placement firm that provides temporary attorneys and paralegals to law firms, corporations, and consulting companies.

    Appointments, Elections

    Linda H. Bochert, U.W. 1974, has been elected to a two-year term as chair of the board of visitors of the U.W.-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences. She is a partner in the Madison office of Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, focusing on environmental law.

    The Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin Inc. has selected the following officers: chair - Steven A. Bach, Madison; chair-elect - Carlton D. Stansbury, Milwaukee; secretary - Karen D. Julian, Madison; marketing committee cochairs - Kathleen M. Baird, Wauwatosa, and Janice K. Wexler, Madison; training committee cochairs - Susan A. Hansen, Milwaukee, and Erica Salerno, Appleton. The following attorneys were selected as at-large board members: Mark M. O'Neill, Racine; Robert A. Ramsdell, Madison; Mark D. Schubert, Appleton; Jennifer M. Wall, Waukesha; and Katherine L. Charlton, Milwaukee.

    Daniel L. Goelzer, U.W. 1973, has been appointed to the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, a new body created to oversee and regulate auditors of public companies in the United States. Goelzer previously was a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Baker & McKenzie.

    Linda Roberson


    Linda Roberson, U.W. 1974, has been chosen president-elect of the Family Law Council of Community Property States. She is with Balisle & Roberson S.C., Madison.

    Patrick Schillinger, U.W. 1994, has been named president of the Wisconsin Paper Council, the trade association for the state's pulp, paper, and allied businesses.

    Cherry A. Shaw, U.W. 1998, has been appointed to the Florida Statewide Commission of Workers Compensation Judges. She practices local government law at the Leon County Attorney's Office.

    Daniel W. Stolper, U.W. 1976, has been named managing partner of Stafford Rosenbaum LLP, Madison. He practices primarily in business law, creditors' rights, and real estate. James B. Egle, U.W. 1992, has been appointed to the firm's executive committee and will serve as the financial partner. He focuses on general corporate matters, contracts, and tax law.

    David Walsh, Harvard 1970, served on the transition team for gov. Jim Doyle, advising Doyle on government appointments and helping to establish and determine priorities for the new administration's policy initiatives. Walsh is a partner with the Madison office of Foley & Lardner.

    The Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers has chosen the following officers: president - Lynn R. Laufenberg, Milwaukee; president-elect - Bruce R. Bachhuber, Green Bay; vice president - David M. Skoglind, Milwaukee; secretary - Daniel A. Rottier, Madison; and treasurer - Robert L. Jaskulski, Milwaukee. Jason T. Studinski, Portage, was appointed chair of the New Lawyers Section.

    The Wisconsin Supreme Court has appointed the following attorneys as special investigators for the lawyer regulation system: Eileen Brownlee, Marquette 1984, is a senior partner with Kramer, Brownlee & Infield LLC, Fennimore, focusing in municipal law. Michael P. Crooks, U.W. 1990, is with Peterson, Johnson & Murray S.C., Madison, focusing in defense work in legal and medical malpractice, worker's compensation, and insurance cases. Julie Genovese, Vanderbilt 1987, is a mediator and arbitrator and lectures at the U.W. Law School. Maria S. Lazar, Georgetown 1989, is a partner with Galanis, Pollack & Jacobs S.C., Milwaukee, focusing in business and commercial litigation. Scott K. Petersen, Pepperdine 1993, is a partner with DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C., Madison. John D. Varda, U.W. 1970, is a partner with DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C., Madison, with duties including primary responsibility for handling conflict of interest and other ethics issues.

    Authors, Speakers

    Jeffery R. Brodek, U.W. 1984, and John P. Gillard Jr., Marquette 1996, are coauthors of "Protecting Exclusive Contracts of Hospital-based Providers," Physician Organizations (Fall 2002), published by the American Health Lawyers Association Physician Organizations practice group. Brodek focuses on health law, employee benefits, and corporate law, and Gillard focuses on health law, corporate law, and taxation, both at DeMark, Kolbe & Brodek S.C., Racine.

    Gregg C. Hagopian, U.W. 1987, spoke on property-tax exemptions and exempt purpose at the 23rd Annual Legal Seminar of the International Association of Assessing Officers in San Antonio, Texas, in December. He is a Milwaukee assistant city attorney.

    Judith A. Langer, Marquette 1985, spoke on "HIPAA Privacy: The Home Stretch" at the fourth annual convention of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals in Tampa, Fla., in November. She is with Cobalt Corp., Milwaukee.

    David J. Lillesand, U.W. 1972, presented "Maintaining SSI and Medicaid through Spend Down and Special Needs Trusts: An In-depth Analysis of the POMS on Transfer of Resources and Special Needs Trusts" at the fall Social Security Disability Law Conference in San Francisco. He is with Lillesand & Associates P.A., Miami, Fla.

    Carlton D. Stansbury, Iowa 1990 with distinction, is author of the chapter "Balancing the Competing Interests when Piercing the Privilege: Discovery of Mental Health Records in Custody Disputes," in the 2003 Family Law Update (Aspen Publishers). He is a shareholder with Burbach & Stansbury S.C., Milwaukee, focusing in family law.

    James D. Sweet, U.W. 1978, spoke at the Oklahoma Bar Association's 17th Annual Advanced Bankruptcy Seminar. He is a partner with Murphy Desmond S.C., Madison.

    Jacqueline Wheeler, Marquette 1996, has authored "Best Practices, Hire Counsel when Health Care Subrogation Cases go to Litigation," The Subrogator, Fall 2002. She also spoke on "Roadmap to Running a Nationwide Subrogation Practice" and "Post-Knudson Cases" at the fourth annual convention of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals in Tampa, Fla., in November. She is with Meridian Resource Co. LLC, Waukesha.

    Awards, Degrees, Honors

    James L. Cummings, U.W. 1962, has been selected for inclusion in the 2003-2004 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. He is with Remley & Sensenbrenner S.C., Neenah, focusing on estate planning and business matters.

    Merrick (Ric) R. Domnitz, Hamline 1977 cum laude, received the Robert L. Habush Trial Lawyer of the Year award from the Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers, in recognition of his passionate advocacy for clients' rights and tireless work for clients' causes. He is senior shareholder in the Milwaukee and Kenosha firm of Domnitz, Mawicke & Goisman S.C.

    James D. Friedman


    James D. Friedman, Notre Dame 1972, has been selected for inclusion in the 2003-2004 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. He is a partner with the Milwaukee office of Quarles & Brady LLP, practicing health care, corporate, securities, and banking law.

    Several Godfrey & Kahn attorneys have been chosen for inclusion in the 2003-2004 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Rick Bliss, John Donahue, Henry Fuldner, Dudley Godfrey, Art Harrington, Ken Hunt, Bob Kamholz, Melanie Knox, Terry Knudsen, Debra Koenig, Bill Levit, Howard Pollack, Jim Phillips, and Peter Sommerhauser all work in the Milwaukee office. Linda Clifford, Tom Hoffner, and Brady Williamson, who work in the Madison office, LaFollette Godfrey & Kahn, are also included.

    Richard J. Langer, U.W. 1974 cum laude, was named 2002 Outstanding Volunteer Fund Raiser by the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He was nominated by HospiceCare Inc., for which he has provided excellent volunteer services over the years. Langer is a partner with the Madison office of Michael Best & Friedrich LLP, concentrating in estate planning, estate administration, trusts, and marital property.

    Murphy Desmond S.C., Lawyers, Madison, has been recognized for high professional legal standards and ethics in the 2002 Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.

    Hon. Michael P. Sullivan, Michigan 1968, was honored by the Wisconsin Academy of Trial Lawyers for his 25 years of service on the bench and for presiding over 500 jury trials. He was elected to the Milwaukee County Circuit Court in 1977 and is deputy chief judge of the civil division.

    Randy S. Nelson, Marquette 1977 cum laude, and John A. Sikora, U.W. 1982 cum laude, both partners with Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP, have been chosen for inclusion in the 2003-2004 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Nelson is with the Milwaukee office, focusing on estate planning, family business planning, advising service corporations and partnerships, tax planning, trust administration, and probate. Sikora is with the Milwaukee and Delafield offices, concentrating in tax planning, tax controversies, real estate law, and corporate law.

    Pro Bono, Public Service

    Michael Best & Friedrich LLP donated to America's Second Harvest the money it saved by simplifying a costly and time-consuming holiday greeting card process.

    In Memoriam

    William E. Atwell Jr., U.W. 1935, Stevens Point, Dec. 22, 1910 - Nov. 12, 2002.

    Kenneth A. Dean, U.W. 1969, Chicago, Dec. 8, 1942 - Nov. 30, 2002.

    Phillip A. Greth, U.W. 1991, Westerville, Ohio, Nov. 29, 1940 - Aug. 21, 2002.

    Ronni G. Jones, U.W. 1985, Spring Green, April 12, 1941 - Nov. 7, 2002.

    William P. Lemmer, Marquette 1957, Ann Arbor, Mich., Aug. 2, 1929 - Nov. 14, 2002.

    Hon. Joseph Andrew McDonald, U.W. 1964, Superior, April 16, 1938 - Aug. 7, 2002.

    Hon. Stanley A. Miller, U.W. 1974, Milwaukee, Jan. 13, 1947 - Nov. 4, 2001.

    Dawn M. Monreal-Koch, Marquette 2001, Milwaukee, June 10, 1966 - Sept. 30, 2002.

    John M. Spindler, Northwestern 1948, Manitowoc, April 30, 1921 - July 5, 2001.

    Joseph A. Sullivan, U.W. 1941, New York, Feb. 27, 1917 - Aug. 2, 2002.

    Robert M. Weiss, Marquette 1953, Milwaukee, March 30, 1929 - Nov. 21, 2002.

    Adam Thomas Wilson, Marquette 1998, Manitowoc, April 6, 1973 - Sept. 13, 2002.