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Robert D. Ahlgren (JD ’68) is celebrating 45 years of serving the immigrant community of Chicago. His firm, Robert D. Ahlgren and Associates, P.C., which specializes in immigration and nationality law, is celebrating its 40th year in business.


Mary O’Reilly (MUND BA ’68, MEd ’71, EdD ’92), a full-time volunteer as Josephinum Acade- my’s college counselor since 2004, was awarded the Blessed Pauline Award at Goûter, Josephinum’s annual gala, in September 2013 in recognition of her outstanding service to students.


1970s A long time coming


Good things really do come to those who wait. Loyola alum and comedy legend Bob Newhart (BBA ’52) won his first Emmy in September 2013—51 years after receiving his first nomination for television’s highest award. Newhart won the Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his role as Professor Proton on CBS’s hit show The Big Bang Theory. This was Newhart’s seventh Emmy nomination; his first came in 1962 for writing The Bob Newhart Show.


1950s


Sonia Coleman (JD ’55) of Orland Park has been appointed as a mem- ber of the Trusts and Estates Section Council of the Illinois State Bar As- sociation (ISBA).


1960s


Frank McAdams’s (BS ’67) memoir, Vietnam Rough Riders: A Convoy Commander’s Memoir, has been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize by the publisher. The book recounts McAdams’s experiences with the 1st Marine Division during the Vietnam War, surviving convoy ambushes as well as leadership problems and other challenges post-Vietnam.


Glenn S. Schweitzer (DDS ’67) retired in August 2013 from the family dental practice he started in Wheaton, Illinois, in 1969 after serving with the US Air Force for two years. He relocated his office to Carol Stream, Illinois, in 1973, at Mona Kea Medical Park. His daughter, Sandra, joined the practice first as chairside assistant, then as office manager. Schweitzer lives in Wheaton with Janet, his wife and best friend of 47 years.


Ronald E. Wajer (MBA ’70) co- authored Food for Thought: Lessons at Lunchtime for Business Owners. The book is designed to give practical advice to small and mid- sized professional service firms for growing their business. Wajer is the president and founder of Busi- ness Engineering, a management consulting firm. He also holds a de- gree in industrial engineering from Northwestern University.


Douglas M. McCabe (MSIR ’73), PhD, is in his 38th year as a Profes- sor of Management at George- town University’s McDonough School of Business in Washington, DC. Over the years, he has received numerous teaching, research, and service awards from Georgetown.


Kathryn S. Nesburg (JD ’73) was unanimously elected chair of the board of directors of the Center


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