Angie D. Burns
Angie D. Burns ’07E, Omaha, has been appointed as principal at Chandler View Elementary with Omaha Public Schools.
Todd A. Ehrke
Todd A. Ehrke ’07, Hickman, was the recipient of the Exceptional Service Award at the 2019 Doane Homecoming Alumni Banquet. With a spirit of exceptional service, Todd co-leads the Inter-Greek Alumni Association and has worked for the betterment of the entire Doane Greek system.
Erica P. Heiden
Erica P. Heiden, ’07, Omaha, was the recipient of the Exceptional Service Award at the 2019 Doane Homecoming Alumni Banquet. Erica was recognized for her efforts in serving with the Inter-Greek Alumni Association and has worked for the betterment of the entire Greek System at Doane.
Nichole Albert Peralta
Nichole Albert Peralta ’07GI, 10C, Sidney, founded Karuna Counseling Center in Sidney.
Christy Hillabrand Davis
Christy Hillabrand Davis ’07, ’13E, Sells, Ariz. is now a teacher for the Baboquivari Unified School District.
Miranda R. Offner
Miranda R. Offner ’07, Omaha, is a teaching professional at Millard Public Schools.
Ellie J. Windle
Ellie J. Windle ’07, New York, N.Y., and Will Heins welcomed a daughter, Lina JoAnn Windle Heins on June 26, 2019.
Jessica A. Votipka
Jessica A. Votipka ’07, York, is the Features Editor at the York News Times. Jessica’s personal column received third place at the 2019 Nebraska Press Association’s Better Newspaper Competition. The Great Plains Associated Press also recently recognized Jessica Votipka with a third place features article award. The Great Plains Region is comprised of Associated Press member papers in North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska, and divided into three judging divisions by circulation. The York News Times as a whole was also named overall General Excellence among all Division 1 papers.
Daniel S. Bartels
Daniel S. Bartels ’07, Milford, holds the position of junior high football coach and elementary staff member at Milford Public Schools.
Cay H. Ewoldt
Cay was accepted as a participant in Class IX of the Nebraska Water Leaders Academy, a one-year program that educates participants about the vital role rivers, streams and aquifers play in the economic sustainability of the state.
Sponsored by the Nebraska State Irrigation Association, Academy sessions feature classroom as well as field trip experiences presented by acknowledged experts in leadership and natural resource topics held at locations across the state. The Water Leaders Academy is partially funded through a grant from the Nebraska Environmental Trust and more than 25 other organizations and individuals.