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Teacher of the Year and received $1,000 worth of school supplies. Keri teaches special education for Goins Elementary.


Sallie (Hullinger) Cuny, Class of ’99, Piedmont, is sales manager for the Best Western Ramkota in Rapid City.


Cami (Schad) Dohman, Class of ’90, Spearfish, was hired as a secretary in the College of Arts & Sciences at BHSU.


Donald “Don” Enoch Jr., Class of ’97, Nenana, Alaska, was appointed to the Governor’s Committee on Employment and Rehabilitation of People with Disabilities. Don is an education specialist with the Department of Education.


Barb Manke, Class of ’92, Woodward, Okla., was hired as a special education teacher at Buffalo Public School.


Elizabeth (Amick) Maxwell, Class of ’91, Houston, Texas, was hired as a senior multimedia & LMS specialist for the Houston Public Works & Engineering Department.


Patrick “Pat” McClemans, Class of ’92, Watertown, was named girl's basketball Coach of the Year by the South Dakota High School Coaches Association.


Jade Temple, Class of ’99, Sturgis, was hired as the assistant athletic director of marketing at BHSU.


Michael Trump, Class of ’90, Spearfish, wrote Raiding Deadwood’s Bad Lands: Its Illegal History of Prostitution and Gambling.


Michael is a lawyer with Trump Law Office.


Kevin White, Class of ’99, Sioux Falls, received his master's degree in post-secondary and adult education and is now pursuing a doctorate in leadership in higher education.


Craig Whitlock, Attended, was inducted into the 2009 Spearfish High School Athletic Hall of Fame.


The 00s


Lindsey Altman, Class of ’04, Minneapolis,


Minn., earned her master’s degree in educational psychology and is currently a school psychologist in the Minneapolis Public School District.


Amy Beshara, Class of ’09, Pierre, was hired as a HIV Prevention Education Coordinator/ Youth Risk Behavior Survey Coordinator with the South Department of Education.


Rayna Bergin, Class of ’07, Rapid City, was hired as senior secretary for Educational Outreach at BHSU.


Katie Brotherton, Class of ’09, Gordon, Neb., teaches sixth grade at Wolf Creek Elementary in the Shannon County School District.


Sarah (Suiter) Bunney, Class of '02, Spearfish, owns Greenthread, a recycled clothing store for juniors and young women.


Shawnda (Dukat) Carmichael, Class of ’02, Bison, was hired as a secondary science teacher at Bison High School.


Karri Dieken, Class of ’07, Pullman, Wash., is pursuing a master's degree at Washington State University.


Shanna (Monahan) Dschaak, Class of ’00, Spearfish, was hired as a reading and extended day kindergarten teacher at Whitewood Elementary School.


Megan Fitzgerald, Class of ’06, Saint Onge, graduated from law school. As a student she was awarded the John F. Hagemann Public Service Award and the William F. Day, Jr., Pro Bono Award.


Blake Gardner, Class of ’05, Hill City, was one of eight boy's basketball coaches to be named Coach of the Year by the South Dakota Basketball Coaches Association.


Adam Grein, Class of ’00, was promoted to Major in the U.S. Army.


Max Greuel, Class of ’09, will travel to Belize as a project manager with Utility Partners of America, a company that manages energy and water utilization.


Lacey Haughian, Class of ’08, is playing professional basketball with the SISU team in Denmark. This is her second season in professional basketball.


Michael Hollinger, Class of ’08, Staunton, Va., is pursuing a Master of Letters/Master of Fine Arts in Shakespeare and Renaissance Literature in Performance.


David Ireland, Class of ’06, Hermosa, was


Marcus


Shaw is on his way to being the World's Strongest Man...ever


Brian Shaw, Class of '04, earned the 2009 World Strongman Super Series title and finished in the top 10 of the 2009 World's Strongest Man competition.


Brian, who's


been called a gentle giant, played basketball at BHSU and earned a degree in wellness management. It was nearly a year


Shaw carries 900 pounds in the super yoke carry at the World Strongman Super Series contest.


after graduating when he began entering strong man competitions and only seven months after that when he joined the professional ranks.


At 6 feet 8 inches and 390 pounds, Brian has to eat around 10,000 calories a day to maintain body mass. Much of that is complex carbs and lean protein, not pizza and junk food. On a typical day he eats two or three pounds of meat, a dozen eggs, a pound of whole wheat pasta or rice, a few peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, two or three yams or potatoes, five protein shakes, and a gallon of milk. Brian's favorite event in the strongman competition is the truck pull. He routinely pulls 30-ton fire engines in the parking lot of his hometown, Fort Lupton, Colo. Brian is excited about his career as a strongman and hopes one day to be known as the World's Strongest Man...ever.


Marcus is director of Center for American Indian Studies


Urla (Charette) Marcus, Class of '99 and '07, was named director of the Center for American Indian Studies at BHSU.


The Center actively supports


two student organizations: Lakota Omniciye, and the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES). Lakota Omniciye promotes


fellowship among Indian and non-Indian students, and organizes a Cultural Awareness Week and Wacipi (powwow) every spring.


Urla is pursuing a doctorate in adult and higher education. She earned a master’s and bachelor’s degree from BHSU and has taught American Indian Studies courses at the University. She is an enrolled member of the Northern Cheyenne Nation, Lame Deer, Mont.


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