October 2, 2019

Alumni Association welcomes new board members

Six University of Wisconsin-Superior alumni began their service to the Alumni Association Board of Directors.

Six University of Wisconsin-Superior alumni began their service to the Alumni Association Board of Directors.

Six University of Wisconsin-Superior alumni began their service to the Alumni Association Board of Directors on Friday, September 27.

Linda Studniski Cadotte

Linda Studniski Cadotte, Class of 1999, is the director of Parks, Recreation & Forestry for the City of Superior.

Carl Crawford

Carl Crawford, Class of 2008, is the Human Rights officer for the City of Duluth.

Loralee Olson-Arcand

Loralee Olson-Arcand, Class of 1990, is a publication production manager with Simply Skilled in Second and owner of Word Services Unlimited.

Brent Opall

Brent Opall, Class of 1999, is an assistant professor of management at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Opall was a professor at UW-Superior from 2013 to 2016.

Sarah Tarasewicz Turcotte

Sarah Tarasewicz Turcotte, Class of 2006, is a marketing assistant with Simon Property Group and an assistant softball coach at The College of St. Scholastica.

Kimberly Store Wintlend

Kimberly Store Wintlend, Class of 2008, has worked for Progressive Insurance for eight years in a variety of roles.

Four directors also concluded their dedicated service this year. The Alumni Association wishes to thank Abby Glawe, Bob Lindberg, Amber Pedersen and Gayle Wahner for their years of support and volunteering.

The UW-Superior Alumni Association works to foster lifelong pride and loyalty among alumni, students and friends by offering opportunities to strengthen their continued relationships with the UW-Superior community.

Six University of Wisconsin-Superior alumni began their service to the Alumni Association Board of Directors.

Six University of Wisconsin-Superior alumni began their service to the Alumni Association Board of Directors.

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