Craig E. Wiles
Papillion, Craig is the recipient of the 2020 Alice Buffet Outstanding Teaching Award presented by Omaha Public Schools. The award, handed out each year since 1988, goes to OPS nominees with at least two years of teaching experience. The award is named for an aunt of Omaha investor Warren Buffett who taught high school home economics in OPS for more than 35 years. Awardees are nominated by colleagues, students and parents. Wiles is a 5th grade teacher at Crestridge Elementary and has taught for Omaha public schools for 20 years.
Adam M. Landerfield
Adam M. Landerfield ’06, Bennett, is a customer success manager at Glint.
Jessica Hutter Saunders
Jessica Hutter Saunders ’06, London, U.K. is a research associate at King’s College.
Henry A. Van Kirk,
Henry A. Van Kirk, Ed.D. ’54
December 11, 2019
Robert H. Walker
Robert H. Walker ’54
June 25, 2019
Glenn E. Mitchell
Glenn E. Mitchell ’70, Port Arthur, Tex. was featured in the February 7th edition of the Port Arthur News highlighting his career in education in honor of Black History Month. Mitchell is a principal at Port Arthur Memorial High School.
Steven W. Grosz
Steven W. Grosz ’84, Lincoln, will be posthumously inducted into the Class of 2020 Doane University Hall of Fame on March 27, 2020.
Michael J. Duryee
Michael J. Duryee ’95, Omaha, has been promoted to research coordinator at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Angie Pearman Smith
Angie Pearman Smith ’98, Olathe, Kan., is an Accounting Manager with MTC Holding Corporation.