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Philip Carlin (BSEd ‘51, MEd ‘53) was one of 11 people inducted into the 2013 Illinois Senior Hall of Fame.

Jean (Kielbasa) Waytine (BA ‘51) resides in Issaquah, Washington. She has three married daughters and keeps in touch with Judith McNulty, BVM, (class of 1951) and Loretta Spi- sak (class of 1951). Jean was married to Joseph Waytine for 61 years.


Richard Baran (BBA ‘63, MBA ‘77) is happy to announce the publication of his first novel, The Jacket, by Total Recall Publications. His website is

Robert A. Saddler (MEd ‘64), former deputy superintendent of Chicago Public Schools, has organized a group of senior men who volun- teer to mentor 7th- and 8th-grade boys at Fuller Elementary School in Bronzeville. Saddler hopes that this program will become a model for area schools. At Loyola, he was cap- tain of the track and cross-country teams, and he is a member of the Athletic Hall of Fame.

Brian Crowe (JD ‘64) was one of five attorneys in Taft’s Chicago office included in Illinois Rising Stars 2014.

Gemma B. Allen (BS ‘66), a partner at the family law firm of Ladden & Allen, has been named to the Illinois Super Lawyers list, consistent with her reputation as one of the top at- torneys in Illinois for 2014. This is the seventh year she has received this distinction.

James Kesteloot (BS ’67) is the recipient of the prestigious Migel

Arch Madness

Members of the Board of Trustees and Alumni Board gathered at the Renaissance St. Louis Grand Hotel on March 6, 2014, for their regular meetings and to support the Ramblers in their debut in the Missouri Valley Conference men’s basketball tournament. Loyola beat Bradley University 74–72 at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis in the opening round Thursday, to advance to Friday’s second round.

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Award for his outstanding contri- butions in the blindness field. The award is given by the American Foundation for the Blind to honor professionals and volunteers whose dedication and achievements improve the lives of people who are blind or visually impaired.

Harris G. Mosley (BA ‘68, MA ‘77) writes a monthly editorial column for the Southern Illinoisan newspaper in Carbondale. For the last three years, Mosley also has served on the pas- toral council of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Marion, Illinois.

Paul I. Hettich (PhD ‘69) is the lead co-author of Your Undergradaute Degree in Psychology from College to Career (SAGE, 2014), a textbook that addresses college-to-workplace readiness and transition issues.

Thomas A. McClow (JD ‘69) wrote The Traveling Lawyer, a series of articles in the Kane County Bar Briefs monthly magazine. He and his wife have traveled to more than 70 coun- tries on six continents and they have taken 35 cruises.

James Hohner (BA ‘69) retired in 2013 from Advocate Charitable Foundation, where he was vice president of finance for 14 years. After evening accounting classes at Lewis Towers for his CCPA, he served a total of 37 years with Advocate Health Care, including 23 years at Ravenswood Hospital in finance and medical group management. Hohner lives in Chicago with Monica, his wife of 41 years.

Wendy J. Barr (BSN ‘69) received the National Association of Hispanic

Nurses 2013 President’s Award from her former student, Dr. Jose Alejan- dro, current president of NAHN.


Kevin O’Connor (BA ‘72) was recog- nized as one of “30 Over 30” alumni by National Louis University, where he completed his doctoral degree in 1998. After retiring in 2007 from a teaching and administrative career in Northern California and the Chicago suburbs, he works in the Fort Lauder- dale area as an educational program consultant, trainer, and conference planner in areas that include LGBT advocacy, student data application, student behavior management, and HIV education.


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