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Madison E. Elder

Class of '18, College of Arts and Sciences

York, Madison is the Digital Director for the Grand Island Independent newspaper.

Brody P. Lauby

Class of '18, College of Arts and Sciences

Brody holds the position of activity specialist at the US Department of Health and Human Services in Washington DC.

Drew C. Klein

Class of '18, College of Arts and Sciences

Papillion, Drew is a full stack developer at VidaNyx.  VidaNyx provides premier digital evidence management software for child advocacy centers.

Maci R. Coffey

Class of '18, College of Arts and Sciences

Maci and Garret Sharp were married on November 2, 2019.  Maci is employed by Adams Central Public Schools.

Quin L. Conner

Class of '18, College of Arts and Sciences

Bellevue,  Quin will be the head boys basketball coach at Maxwell Public and will teach social studies for grades 7 – 9.   His appointment will begin on July 1st.

Andrea Swanson Kuester

Class of '04, College of Arts and Sciences

Omaha, Andrea holds the position of physician assistant at OrthoNebraska.

Trisha Fanning Lind

Class of '05, College of Arts and Sciences

Class of '09E, Master of Education

Class of '11, Master of Education

Lincoln, Trisha  will be serving as vice principal for Lincoln Public Schools at Park Middle School effective July 1st.  Trisha is married to Dustin A. Lind  ’08.  Dustin is an investigator for Lincoln Police Department serving in the gangs unit.  Lind is a member of Safe Streets Task Force (SSTF) and is serving in his 12th year of employment with the department.

Brian L. Hoogheem

Class of '07, College of Arts and Sciences

and his wife, Jennie, welcomed their daughter, Isabelle Grace on July 1.  Isabelle joins older brother, Elijah.

Emily Jordening Brandt

Class of '07, College of Arts and Sciences

Omaha,  Emily is a graduate studies admission specialist/assessment specialist at University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.   

John C. Thayer

Class of '08, College of Arts and Sciences

Yankton, S.D.,   John has been named the play-by-play announcer for the University of South Dakota – Vermillion Coyote Football and Men’s Basketball Teams.  Thayer previously served 7 years as an announcer for the Women’s Basketball team.

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