2002 – Fall ’19 Class Letter

Leigh Mlodzik

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Corryn Siegel Greenwood  

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Dear Class of 2002, Here is your class letter. It was great to hear from a few more people this time around! To keep the updates coming, send us an email or a Facebook message!

ERIK JOHNSON ’02 of Huntersville, North Carolina, is now principal at East Albemarle Elementary in Albemarle, North Carolina, for the 2019-20 school year. He previously had been principal at G.W. Carver Elementary School in Kannapolis, North Carolina.

KEVIN KITSLAAR ’02 has accepted a new position as high school principal of Waukesha South High School. “I am excited about the diversity in the high school and the new challenges it will bring, going to a bigger high school of about 1,300-1,400 students. Waukesha is a great district as well. One of the teachers there is a Ripon College grad as well, BILLY SWARTZ ’99.”

STEVE KOHL ’02 and his wife, Becky, welcomed their fourth child, Nelly Barbara Kohl, on 4/27/18.

ANNMARIE IBIS KREITZER ’02 lives in Delafield Wisconsin, with her husband, Greg. They have three daughters, Elsa, 8, Greta, 6 and Hanna, 3. AnnMarie has been with Kohl’s Corporate for 12 years and is the human resources HR Director for Technology, Digital and Strategy.

ZACHARY MORRIS ’02 of Madison, Wisconsin, received a prestigious scientific award of $200,000 to advance highly innovative research projects with implications for human health. The Greater Milwaukee Foundation presents the awards to early career faculty to advance highly innovative research projects with implications for human health.

NADIA STOYANOVA-HALL ’02 will be starting a Ph.D. in space policy through the University of North Dakota this fall.

DOUG WILEY ’02: “You can pretty much mark me down as ‘still a consultant’ until I die.”

EMMYLOU HOEFT WILSON ’02 celebrated nine years at her private practice in Verona, Wisconsin, this year. She has been appointed to the Optometry Examining Board for the State of Wisconsin (the regulatory board in the department of Safety and Professional Services for Optometrists and Opticians) and will be sworn in and confirmed by the Senate shortly. She continues to travel and enjoy time outside with her husband, Tim, and their dog.

We hope you are doing well and would love to see an update from you in the next newsletter!