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ALMA MATTERS CLASS NOTES 1950s


Salvatore Didato (PhD ’56) has published four books: Psychotech- niques: How to Help Yourself or Some- one You Love (1980), The Big Book of Personality Tests (2003), Will the Real You Please Stand Up? (2013), and Behavior Behind the News (2014).


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1960s


Dr. Wayne Duehn (MSW ’64), pro- fessor emeritus of Social Work, The University of Texas at Arlington, was awarded the Social Work Pioneer honor from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). His name will be placed in the NASW Pioneer Room in Washington DC among many revolutionary social workers.


John F. (Jack) Jennings (BA ’64) has written a new book that was released in March. The book is titled Presidents, Congress, and the Public Schools (Harvard Education Press).


Roger Grabowski (BBA ’68) co- authored five books in 2014: Cost of Capital: Applications and Examples, 5th ed.; The Lawyer’s Guide to Cost of Capital; Valuation Handbook: Guide to Cost of Capital; Valuation Hand- book: Industry Cost of Capital; and International Valuation Handbook: Guide to Cost of Capital.


Denis O’Keefe (BS ’65, MSIR ’68) received the Ozanam Award in recognition and appreciation for extraordinary contributions and commitment to the mission of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, in the spirit of its founder, Frederic Ozanam.


William Kizorek (BS ’68) recently circled the globe in seven days and reported his journey to Premier Traveler Magazine from destinations including Phoenix, Dallas, London, Barcelona, Singapore, Bangkok, Tokyo, and Honolulu.


JINGLE MINGLE • The Loyola African American alumni community gathered last December to celebrate the holiday season and reconnect with friends.


1970s


Marc I. Fenton (BA ’75) joined Brown, Udell, Pomerantz & Delrahim Ltd (BUPD Law) as senior counsel. He will continue his practice in the areas of corporate restructurings, liquida- tions, and real estate workouts.


Michael V. Favia (BBA ’78) joined the law firm Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer as counsel.


Dr. Michael Zindrick (MD ’79) is the clinical director of the Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital and Adventist Hinsdale Hospital Spinal Surgery and Research Fellowship Program. He is actively involved in training other spi- nal surgeons from around the world.


1980s


Karen O. Meehan (JD ’81) was added as a partner to Gould & Ratner


LLP. She is a member of the real estate practice group.


Sheri H. Mecklenburg (JD ’82) was elected vice president of the Federal Bar Association’s Chicago chapter.


Earl E. Rubinoff (BBA ’83) president of the Rubinoff Group, LLC, qualified for Guardian Life Insurance Co. Cen- turion Club for the eighteenth time. To be admitted to the Centurion Club, a financial professional has to coordinate and assemble 100 new life insurance plans within a calendar year.


Robert P. Hillstrom (MD ’84) was named chairman of the board of Lakewood Ranch Medical Center, a community hospital and medical center outside of Sarasota, Florida. He also serves on a number of other community boards, including HOPE Family Services.


Kara Cenar (BBA ’85, JD ’88) joined the law firm of Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C. in its Chicago office as an officer and as head of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group across all of the firm’s offices.


Lisa J. Brodsky (JD ’86) was elected as a member to Aronberg, Gold- gehn, Davis & Garmisa. Her practice involves insurance coverage litiga- tion and analysis and representing insurance companies in complex insurance coverage matters involv- ing underlying product-liability and professional-liability claims.


Bill Powell (BA ’86) was recently one of 21 Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. profes- sionals named 2015 Power Brokers by Risk & Insurance.


Lise A. Guay-Bhatia (MD ’86) is cur- rently with DuPage Medical Group. She was named a U.S. News & World Report Top Doctor in 2011.


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