Alumni News Engagements & Marriages
of ’04, married Michael Cromie Jan. 13, 2007. Samantha is a corporate education liaison. The couple lives in Phoenix.
Loretta Herman, Class of ’04, and Bruce Schmidt will marry Sept. 8, 2007. Loretta works in the learning center at Douglas High School.
Elise Pfefferle, Class of ’04, and Collin Fowlkes, Class of ’03, married May 26, 2007. Elise is a middle school art teacher in Belle Fourche. Collin is a photographer.
Janelle Rank, Class of ’02, married Jacob Kleinschmidt July 22, 2006. Janelle is a repre- sentative for National American University Online. The couple lives in Rapid City.
Kari Strand, Class of ’02, and Lyndon Bolt mar- ried May 25, 2007. Kari is a registered nurse in Rapid City.
Bridget Whiton, Class of ’02, married Carl Gostola, III, June 2, 2007.
Sean Crooks, Class of ’03, married Amanda Rosenau Sept. 9, 2006. Sean is a senior program- mer-analyst at BHSU.
Ryan Groll, Class of ’03, Muskegon, Mich., married Sarah Nerheim July 2, 2005. Ryan is the branch office manager for National City Bank.
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of ’03, married Aaron Schultz July 28, 2006. Angelia, who is pursu- ing a master’s degree at Seattle Pacific University, is a global intel- ligence analyst for the defense department.
Morgan Miles, Class of ’03, married Matt VonHaden, May 26, 2007. Morgan is an AmeriCorps VISTA coor- dinator with Volunteers of America in Sioux Falls.
Angie Prostrollo, Class of ’03,
Madison, married Jesse Bruns Aug. 19, 2006. They are Angus cattle producers.
Class of ’04, will marry Bill Wartenbee Oct. 13, 2007. Molly is a custom- er care representative.
Samantha Ganje, Class
Laura Snyder, Class of ’04, and Ryan Heinis, Class of ’04, married June 30, 2007. Laura is pursuing a master’s degree. Ryan is employed at Sandia Casino in Albuquerque, N.M.
Lisa Steever, Class of ’04, and Dar Haerer, attended, married
June 16, 2007. Lisa is a first-grade teacher in theDouglas School District. Dar is a general contractor.
Ryan Walz, Class of ’04, and Megan Metzger, married July 29, 2006. Ryan is a teacher/coach in Boulder, Colo.
Carrie Albright, Class of ’05, and Matthew Mason married June 16, 2007. Carrie is a teacher in Rapid City.
Chad Blair, Class of ’05, married Christine Dahl June 30, 2007. Chad is employed at TDG Communications.
Kortney Keller, Class of ’05, and Gregory Geary will marry April 19, 2008. Kortney is a graphic designer.
Kristin Kroeger, Class of ’05, and Josh Shroyer, were married Aug. 19, 2006. Kristin is a health
Freudenberg applies research skills
Mont. She is beginning work on a North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy (NAIOMT) certification. Holly was formerly a physical therapist at Katterbach Health Clinic in Germany where she worked with patients (mainly soldiers but a few fam- ily members) on an outpatient orthopedic basis. She also worked at Health South Rehabilitation Hospital in Dothan, Ala., where she focused in neurologic and orthopedic inpatient rehab. Following that, she worked at Katterbach (Germany) Army Health Clinic. Holly believes that her research experience while attending BHSU was especially beneficial.
“The field of physical therapy is shifting to a doctor of physical therapy degree to support its evidence-based practice (meaning that physical therapist's methods of practice are constantly changing based on current research studies). With that shift, doctoral programs are focusing more on research to support what we do. I was able to apply the research skills that I developed on various projects at BHSU,” Holly says.
olly Freudenberg, Class of ’02, is currently an acute care and inpatient rehab physical therapist at Benefis Healthcare in Great Falls,
Worthington climbs Colorado 14ers D Worthington goals.
“Now that I’ve finished the Colorado 14ers, there is still plenty to do. I plan to hike many Colorado 13ers over the next several years. In addition, next year I will resume my goal of hiking the western continental U.S. state highpoints,” David says.
avid Worthington, Class of ’05, recently reached his goal of hiking/ climbing all 58 of the “fourteeners”
(peaks over 14,000 feet) in Colorado, just 54 weeks after climbing his first 14er in August 2005. David’s final Colorado 14er was Mount Elbert (14,433 feet), the highest point in Colorado.
After graduating from BHSU with a degree in accounting, David moved to Lakewood, Colo., where he is employed by
the U.S. Department of the Interior as a general ledger accountant. David, who enjoyed getting out “into the hills” as often as possible while attending BHSU, moved to Colorado to accept an employment opportunity with the Department of Defense. The move also provided David with the opportunity to participate in alpine hiking and backpacking challenges. Not content with this accomplishment David is already setting additional
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