Fort Wayne Alumni Networking Events
TinCaps Baseball game
One final time, former University of Saint Francis men's
basketball coach Jeff Rekeweg basked in the Fort Wayne
spotlight on Saturday night along with his staff and some
members of the NAIA National Champion Cougars.
the Fort Wayne TinCaps game against Beloit, the TinCaps
introduced the national champion Cougars to what was a
growing crowd at Parkview Field on a warm, muggy early
evening along the first base side of the field in front of
the TinCaps dugout. The Cougars waved to the crowd and
received a warm welcome from the TinCaps fans after getting
introduced by 'Caps PA man Jim Shovlin. It was also USF
Alumni Night at Parkview Field, so the Cougars were well
represented in numbers which included USF President Sister
Then Rekeweg took part in the TinCaps 'first pitch'
pre-game activity before settling into seats along the
third-base line complements of the TinCaps.
This was the third time a professional team in Fort Wayne
paid tribute to USF for winning the 2010 NAIA Division II
National Basketball Championship back in March.
Rekeweg resigned as head coach after 14 seasons to take
the job at Northwood University in Midland, Mich. Chad
LaCross was soon after named head coach of the Cougars.
Article written by USF's Sports Information Director
Indianapolis Alumni Networking Events
Catch the baseball fever and join us for a
fun-filled evening at the University of Saint Francis Indianapolis
Alumni Family Event on Saturday, June 26, 2010 at the
Indianapolis Indians Victory Field. Game time is set for 7 p.m. The
ticket price for the evening is $8 per person (ages 2 and up).
Contact the Alumni Office at (260) 399-7700 ext.
6411 or email
to reserve your tickets today! Deadline for reserving tickets is
Monday, June 21, 2010. After this deadline, tickets will
need to be purchased with the Indians Box Office at full price.
Click here to download the order form.
USF Selects LaCross as 6th Head Basketball
and persistence has paid off for Chad LaCross.
USF Director of Athletics Mark A. Pope announced on May 4 that LaCross, 31, has
been selected as the next University of Saint Francis men's basketball coach.
LaCross has served as USF associate head coach the last two seasons and
completed his seventh season as either an associate or assistant coach. He has
served as USF head men's and women's golf coach the past five years and started
the women's program. He will relinquish his duties as head golf coach. "I'm
excited about this tremendous opportunity," LaCross said. "There's no other
place I'd rather be. We've got a great group of players returning and we're
looking forward to another great season in 2010-11.
"I'd like to thank coach (Jeff) Rekeweg for giving me the opportunity and
responsibility the last several years to prepare me for this step in my career.
I have learned from Rek as well assistant coach Gay Martin. I'd also like to
thank USF President Sister Elise (Kriss), Provost Rolf Daniel and the Leadership
Team for their trust and confidence in me to lead the USF basketball program."
"Whenever a coaching change occurs, my first inquiry is to determine whether the
program is going in the right direction. In the case of USF Men's Basketball,
there is no doubt that this program is going in exactly the right direction -
both on and off the court," Pope emphasized.
"Not only did this team win the National Championship, but they earned a 3.0 GPA
and devoted countless hours to community activities and charities," Pope added.
"Chad LaCross is a vital part of this team, having devoted seven years to our
program, the last two as Associate Head Coach. Chad will continue the excellence
that defines USF Men's Basketball."
LaCross replaces Jeff Rekeweg, who led USF to the 2010 NAIA Division II National
Championship as the 15th-seed. Rekeweg resigned in April to accept the head
coach position at Northwood University (NCAA Division II) in Midland, Mich.
LaCross was a two-time, first-team NAIA All-American at Tri-State University
(now Trine University), left as the TSU career scoring leader (2,650 points) and
is a member of the TSU/TU Athletic Hall of Fame, inducted in September 2006. He
was 2000-01 Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Player of the Year after
leading NAIA Division II in scoring and averaging a double-double (points and
rebounds). In 33 games, LaCross scored 901 points averaging 27.3 points per game
including a school-record 51 against Indiana Tech in the WHAC Tournament.
After earning his degree in sports and recreation, he played professional
basketball for the Dodge City Legend in the United States Basketball League and
A 1997 East Noble High School graduate (Kendallville, IN), LaCross was a member
of the 1997 Indiana All-Star Team. He was named MVP in the Journal-Gazette Nancy
Rehm Border Wars Game. He scored 492 points his senior season at East Noble, the
third best single-season in Knights' history. He finished with 892 career
points, No. 10 on the ENHS career list. And the best was yet to come.
and Field Results
Though Jean Marqueling was hopeful of a top 10 finish,
someday she will look back with perspective and take
some consolation from her final competition for the
University of Saint Francis.
A junior who will leave
USF with an X-ray technician degree, Marqueling finished
13th in the discus in the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field
Championships on Saturday, May 29 at the Indiana
Wesleyan University Athletic Complex. Marqueling
produced her best attempt on her second attempt in
Flight 2 with a throw of 140 feet, 4 inches (42.77
meters). Her third attempt clanged off the right net
pole, and then, in the seventh of nine finals slots, it
was a matter of waiting out the third flight.
Unfortunately, the third flight included three
competitors who would finish 1-2 and 5 in the finals.
The fifth thrower in the third flight knocked Marqueling
down to the 10th slot and out of a shot at the finals.
Though disappointed she didn't make the finals, she
posed and smiled for photos with teammate Matt Truttling,
head coach Sarah Thrall and assistant coach Adam
Longsworth. Members of her family congratulated her for
a strong effort and she smiled and thanked them all for
Based on her seed, No. 18 with a qualifying
throw of 142-1 in the Mid-Central College
Conference meet at the end of April, she
shouldn't have even been in contention for a
spot in the finals. Instead she finished
13th out of the field of 30 entries.
she also could take heart that despite her
place in the discus, it didn't diminish her
accomplishment in the hammer -- a winner and
Based on her seed, No. 18 with a qualifying throw of
142-1 in the Mid-Central College Conference meet at the
end of April, she shouldn't have even been in contention
for a spot in the finals. Instead she finished 13th out
of the field of 30 entries.
And she also could take heart that despite her place
in the discus, it didn't diminish her accomplishment in
the hammer -- a winner and NAIA All-American.
Basketball Camps Run by Men's Head Coach Chad LaCross
Download the 2010 Basketball camp brochure
July 12 – July 16
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Where: University of Saint Francis
Who: Boys and Girls entering grades 4 – 9
Camp ends Friday at noon.
Cost: $260 for boarding--3 meals day, $200
for commuters--2 meals day
A camp with a curriculum designed for the
grade school or junior high player wanting to
develop a wide variety of skills and have fun in
individual and team games. Campers are grouped
by age and ability for instruction and
competition with awards for each level. An ideal
camp for the first-time camper, yet challenging
for the experienced player.
Academy--Fort Wayne Challenge Camps
High School - July 19-23, 2010 and
U9-U14 - July 26-30, 2010
School - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm and
U9-U14 5:30-8:30 pm.
Location: University of St. Francis
Includes: 15 hours of instruction, top class staff
of college coaches, use of USF soccer facilities, one pair
of Uhlsport gloves, IGA Uhlsport t-shirt, Uhlsport water
bottle, and ongoing consultation.
Camp Format: All training will take
place outdoors at University of Saint Francis and all sessions
will be lead by IGA Director Miles Glynn who will be
supported by other college goalkeeper coaches. Training
sessions will be fun, fast paced, and will present
appropriate challenges for all levels of goalkeepers.
Players will be assigned to groups based on age and ability.
Each training day will consist of three hours of training to
address the physical, psychological, technical, and tactical
demands of the position. All training is directly related to
Registration & Info at
www.igasoccer.com - IGA Director Miles
Camp Director: Miles Glynn is the
founder and director of Indiana Goalkeeper Academy. Coach
Glynn played at Mount St. Clare College (now Ashford
University) in Iowa and now resides in Indianapolis, IN. In
addition to directing IGA, Coach Glynn has served in the
following roles: Indiana ODP Head Goalkeeper Coach, Butler
University Men's Goalkeeper Coach (NCAA Division 1), IUPUI
Women's Goalkeeper Coach (NCAA Division 1), Anderson
University Men's & Women's Assistant Coach, ODP Region II
Girls Goalkeeping Staff Coach, Director of Goalkeeping: FC
Pride Soccer Club, Noblesville United Soccer Club,
Indianapolis Premier Soccer Club, Indiana Youth Soccer Youth
Module Coaching Education Instructor. Coach Glynn holds the
USSF National C License, USSF National Goalkeeping License,
USSF National Youth License, NSCAA Goalkeeping Level II
Diploma, and is Red Cross CPR Certified.
|Private Stunt Clinics from the Cougar Cheer Team
Stunt Clinics are offered on an individual and team basis throughout the
year. University of Saint Francis coaches and cheerleaders instruct the
camps and clinics. Camps can and will be customized to your individual
needs. We offer instruction in fundamentals, technique, jumps, and
stunting. All camps can be scheduled around your schedule at your
For more information on Cougar Cheer Camps, to register, or
to inquire about special pricing, please contact
Cougar Spirit Office or call (260) 399-7700 ext 6210
University of Saint
Francis Offers Pre-College Summer Music Technology Academy
The School of Creative Arts at the University of Saint Francis will host a
pre-college summer Music Technology Academy, available to high school students
in grades 9 through 12. Classes will run from July 6 through July 23 (three-week
term), Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the North Campus
facilities, 2702 Spring Street.
The academy provides meaningful training in the musical arts and guides students
as they create their own digital recordings utilizing the university’s music
technology studios and MIDI lab. Each day's activities include both group
classes and individual instruction.
The cost is $85 per student and includes tuition, lunch and all materials. For a
registration form or further information, contact the School of Creative Arts at
260-399-7700, ext. 8001.
University of Saint
Francis Offers Art Classes for Children
The School of Creative Arts has announced summer art classes for children in
grades 1 through 6 in the "Art in the Morning" Youth Art Program. The classes
will run from July 6 through July 30 (four-week term), Monday through Friday
from 9 to 11:30 a.m. at the Mimi and Ian Rolland Art and Visual Communication
Center on Leesburg Road. This program is made possible through the generous
support of the Foellinger Foundation.
Area art teachers and art education majors will instruct children in drawing,
painting, printmaking, multi-media, and ceramics. All art materials and a daily
snack will be provided.
The cost is $75 for each child and includes all materials and instructional
fees. Scholarships are available to those students who receive the Free and
Reduced Lunch Program at their respective schools. For a registration form or
further information, contact the School of Creative Arts at 260-399-7700, ext.
The Annual Three
Rivers Invitational Exhibition at USF
School of Creative Arts at the University of Saint Francis will host the opening
of its annual Three Rivers Invitational Exhibition at the John P. Weatherhead
Gallery in the Mimi and Ian Rolland Art and Visual Communication Center off
Leesburg Road on Saturday, July 10 from 7 to 9 p.m.
This exhibition will
encompass more than 60 artists on display from Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, and
Ohio. A variety of media will be exhibited including oils, watercolors,
illustration, mixed-media, photography, ceramics, metalcraft, and sculpture.
There will be works of art for every interest.
Gallery hours are Monday
through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. For more information, call 260-399-7700 ext.
Cougar Golf Challenge
The 6th Annual University of Saint Francis Cougar
Golf Challenge will take place on Thursday, August 5, 2010
at Coyote Creek Golf Club with a 1 p.m. shotgun start.
Registration and lunch will take place from 12 - 12:50 p.m. The entry fee is $90.00 per
person or $360 per team. Entry fee includes greens fees, cart, driving range, and dinner
following the round. Please make checks payable to: University of Saint
Mail entry to: University of Saint Francis, Attn: Chad LaCross, 2701
Spring Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46808.
You may download the brochure
here. Entries must be received by Friday,
July 31. The field is limited to the first 144 players or 36 teams. Date
of receipt of check or cash will establish priority.
The Cougar Golf Challenge is a fundraiser to help
the Men's and Women's Golf team and Men's Basketball team at USF. We
appreciate your support. If inclement weather forces a "Rain Out," all
entry fees will be considered a contribution; however, a certificate for
a round of golf with cart at Coyote Creek Golf Club will be forwarded to
additional information or questions, please contact Chad LaCross at
260-399-7700 ext 6213.
The University of
Saint Francis 2010 Opening Gala
School of Creative Arts at the University of Saint Francis
has announced the opening reception of Michael Nye:
About Hunger exhibition on Saturday, August 28 from 6 to 9
p.m. The exhibition will run through
September 26 in the John P. Weatherhead Gallery of the Mimi and Ian Rolland
Center for Art and Visual Communication.
Nye is a nationally recognized photojournalist that has documented a variety of
subjects over the past decade from his base studio in San Antonio, Texas. He
personally develops his large format silver gelatin prints and accompanies each
portrait with audio containing voice documentation of each subject. In his
exhibition About Hunger & Resilience, Nye traveled around the United States,
including Fort Wayne documenting individuals and families coping with personal
hunger and the lack of food. The fifty portraits and audio stories reveal the
courage and fragility of those individuals who have experienced hunger. In
simple, eloquent detail, these voices and images draw you closer into their
lives. This exhibition has been made possible through a partnership with the
Fort Wayne Harvest Food Bank.
In Partnership with the Fort Wayne Community
Harvest Food Bank
Sponsored by Barnes & Thornburg LLP
and the University's Center for Service
artwork supplied by Michael Nye
School of Creative
Arts Welcomes Two New Faculty Members
Internationally recognized artist Scott Ziegler will
join the School of Creative Arts at the University of Saint Francis this fall.
began his career as a toy designer after graduating from Loyola University
Chicago with a Bachelors of Arts in Fine Arts, sculpting for companies including
Disney, McDonalds, and Sega. After leaving the toy industry, Ziegler pursued
both a Masters in Education from Loyola University Chicago and a Masters in Fine
Arts from Northern Illinois University. He was selected as an Emerging Artist by
Ceramics Monthly magazine in 2006, and was a featured artist for the
magazine in 2009 when the article “The Pursuit of Perfection” was published. His
work was also selected for publication in Clay Times magazine and was
included in “500 Tiles,” published by Lark Books.
Ziegler's work has been juried into many competitive
national and international exhibitions in recent years including the "12th
Beijing International Art Exposition", the "5th World Ceramic
Biennale 2009 Korea International Competition," and "Biennial 25" at the South
Bend Museum of Art.
"As an instructor, my goal is to help students develop the
ability to express and articulate themselves, navigate through the
problem-solving process, and acquire the technical and formal knowledge related
to their specific areas of study," said Ziegler. "By teaching in the School of
Creative Arts at the University of Saint Francis, I'm excited to be able to make
both a personal and a professional contribution to the university and to the
field of ceramics."
Liz Holzman, three-time Emmy Award winning Director
and Producer for "Animaniacs" and "Pinky and the Brain" will be coming to Fort
Wayne this summer to direct the Computer Animation Program at the university.
Ms. Holzman has a thirty year career in animation, having worked on many
projects for various studios, including Walt Disney, Universal, Warner Brothers,
Film Roman. She has worked in the Animation Industry as a Producer, Director,
Writer, Story Artist, Character Designer and Animator, and on many different
types of projects, from feature films to television series and commercials. Liz
studied at Mills College and the California Institute of the Arts where she
received her MFA in Film Graphics.
Although Liz has a broad background with many interests,
her primary areas of focus are story and story structure and character
development. Liz is also strongly interested in painting and music. Her work in
telling visual story and managing artists has led her to teaching which she
finds both inspirational and personally rewarding. She is looking forward to
coming to Fort Wayne and making a creative contribution here.
USF Day at the Zoo
The seventh annual USF Zoo Day will be held on Saturday, September
11, 2010 at the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo. The Zoo
hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the cost is $9 for adults and seniors
(age 60 and over), $6 for children ages 2 to 14, and children under 2
are free. Price includes one complimentary ride on one of the
following: train, sky ride, carousel, or river ride. The USF lunch and
activities will be located at the Foellinger Theater lawn area. A
complimentary lunch will be served from 11a.m. to 1 p.m.
(sandwich, chips, fruit, drink, and cookie). Activities include balloon
artists, face painting, a children's entertainer, and more will take
place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tickets must be obtained
through the University of Saint Francis and cannot be purchased at the
zoo. For more information, please call 260-399-7700 ext. 6402.
2010 -- "Dealin' Out the Fun"
Friday, October 1
"Classes without Quizzes"
This is the fourth year for this exciting option during Homecoming on
Friday, October 1 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. Some of the university's
talented faculty and staff will offer alumni and their spouses the
opportunity to explore a variety of interesting topics. This is your
chance to return to the classroom without quizzes or tuition fees!
Classes and supplies are at no cost. To register for a class simply call
Jessica Swinford at 260-399-7700 ext. 6411 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org and specify the class you and/or your spouse are
interested in attending. Here are the list faculty and staff and their
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Famous Diamond Talk" (Dr. Larry Wiedman)
Wiedman has been offering this hands-on investigation into Diamonds as a
public service for over thirty years. He annually receives many e-mails
from past students regaling great savings because of knowledge gained
from this hands-on experience. We will talk about the history of
diamonds as tokens of love and the myths surrounding this use. Also how
diamonds are discovered, mined, prepared and sold (it’s not how you
think!) and how the market is changing now more than any time in the
last 250 years. Learn from experts what the true "value" is for these
often misunderstood precious stones. Alternative gems will also be fair
game. Promises to be fun, entertaining and educational or your money
will be cheerfully refunded.
3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Class is in Session (Tony Didier, BA '00)
Close the books, put down your pencil and dance!
Come learn salsa, cha cha, swing, and more from Tony Didier, USF
Class of 2000. No partner is necessary. You only need the love and
desire to dance, be healthy and feel great. Get started today dancing
through the rhythms of the Latin beat!
Since graduating from Saint Francis in
2000, Tony began teaching Latin and ballroom dancing for American Style
Ballroom in Fort Wayne. Tony is an award winning teacher and competes
professionally with his partner Danel Michelle in the Professional Open
American Rhythm category.
Alumni Awards and Athletic Hall of Fame dinner
6 p.m. Alumni and Athletic Hall of Fame Awards
North Campus gymnasium (formerly Abundant Life Tabernacle)
The following individuals will receive Alumni Awards:
'81, '09—Distinguished Alumna
Dr. B. Matt Hicks
'87—Distinguished Service by
'02, '05—Distinguished Young Alumnus
Terry Coonan—Honorary Alumnus
The following individuals will receive Athletic Hall of Fame awards:
Clarice (Lund) Koepke
'01 — Softball
Natalie Wiegmann '05 — Women’s Soccer
Adam Sherman '05 — Football
The cost of this event is $30 per person. If you are interested in
attending this event, please contact Helen Crowley at 260-399-7700 ext.
6400 to make reservations. You will need to RSVP by
Wednesday, September 22 to attend.
Saturday, October 2
Mass in Saint Francis Chapel at the west end of Trinity
Alumni Baseball Game, Baseball Field
players interested in participating should contact Adam Swinford at
email@example.com by Monday, September 27th.
10 a.m. Alumni Men's Soccer Game, Coonan Field
Former men's soccer
players interested in participating should contact Andy Denton at
Monday, September 27th.
Arts and Science Tailgate, Bonzel parking lot
All liberal arts, science and math alums are invited to the Eighth
Annual Arts & Sciences Tailgate Party. Contact Dr. Larry Wiedman,
firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
10 a.m. Alumni vs. Alumni Volleyball Game, Hutzell Athletic
players interested in participating should contact Jessica Swinford at
email@example.com by Monday, September 27th. Stay and
watch the USF volleyball team warm-up at 11 a.m. before heading to their
game versus Taylor University.
– 11:30 a.m.
Self-guided tours of the Brookside Mansion. Supervised by Ed Schaab,
Alumni Director and various members of the Alumni Cabinet.
USF Football Game vs. Malone,
Bishop D'Arcy Stadium Alumni Tent, south end
Visit the Alumni Tent
on the south end zone for free brats and soft drinks. Special stamped
tickets must be presented to enter the tent area. Ask for these
stamped tickets at the ticket booth!
Alumni Awards and
Athletic Hall of Fame 2010 recipients will be honored at half-time of
the football game and brought out onto the football field. Past Athletic
Hall of Fame recipients in attendance will be recognized at half-time of
the football game and brought out onto the football field.
2:30 – 4 p.m.
Self-guided tours of the Brookside Mansion. Supervised by Ed Schaab,
Alumni Director and various members of the Alumni Cabinet.
Mass in Saint Francis Chapel at the west end of Trinity
Alumni Women's Basketball Game, Hutzell Athletic Center
basketball players interested in participating should contact Jessica
(Meyer) Swinford at
firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, September 27th.
4 – 7 p.m. Alumni Family Dinner, Hutzell Athletic Center
Join the Alumni
Family Barbeque located in the foyer of Hutzell Athletic Center. ALL
alumni and their families are welcome to attend this event! In addition
to the great food, enjoy the chance to win door prizes and visit with
Alumni Men's Basketball Game, Hutzell Athletic Center
basketball players interested in participating should contact Head Coach
Chad LaCross at 260-399-7700 ext. 6213 or
email@example.com by Monday, September 27.
7 – 9p.m.
Opening Reception for Alumni/Faculty Exhibition at Mimi
and Ian Rolland Art and Visual Communication Center.
This annual tradition
showcases new work by alumni of the School of Creative Arts at the
University of Saint Francis. A wide variety of mediums will be on
display as well as work by the faculty of the School of Creative Arts.
*A special thank you to Greg Smith (BA '96) for taking the time to
create this year’s Homecoming graphic. We appreciate the extra time Greg
has put towards creating wonderful graphic ideas for the various
Homecoming themes over the years! Thank you Greg!
Monday through Thursday
7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
8 a.m. to 12 noon.
12 noon to 8 p.m.
"Brookside Memories" Booklets, 3rd Edition
Now Available for Purchase
|The latest edition of the "Bass Mansion Memories" (now
referred to as Brookside, the original name given to the Mansion by the
Bass family) is available to purchase for $5.00. Proceeds will go toward
enhancing our "Christmas at USF" activities. This third edition now
contains 50 stories written by people who have wonderful memories of the
Bass Mansion. In order to expand the booklet for 2010, we need your
story to be included. As an alumnus of USF, as a faculty or staff
member, as a student, as a neighbor, please send your story to Sister
Marilyn Oliver at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will receive your own copy when your story is included. If you wish
to purchase a 2009 edition, please email Sister Marilyn or mail to:
Sister Marilyn Oliver, 2701 Spring Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46808.
Photos from Alumni Events
There are many photos from Zoo Day, Homecoming weekend,
Christmas at USF, and the December Networking event posted on the Alumni
website. Click on this link
http://www.sf.edu/alumni/ to view the photos. Enjoy!
Show Your School
here to shop for your favorite merchandise online.
Checkout the USF website
www.sf.edu and click on Alumni to view pictures from the year's Alumni
News and Notes
Four USF Sisters to celebrate their Jubilees
On June 19, 2010, four sisters
presently working at the USF will celebrate important anniversaries of their
religious commitment. Three of the sisters are celebrating their 50th
anniversary as Sisters of Saint Francis of Perpetual Adoration. Sisters Mary
Evelyn Govert, Carol Meyers and Marilyn Oliver, all began their college
education together in 1957 at St. Francis College before they entered the
Convent. Sister Carol Meyers, Professor of Chemistry, has served as faculty for
39 years. Sister Mary Evelyn has taught Philosophy/Theology at USF for eighteen
years, as Registrar for seven years and is now serving as the Director of
Mission Effectiveness at USF. Sister Marilyn, after serving in the education and
healthcare ministries for most of her life, is now serving as Director of
Planned Giving at USF. Sister Anita Holzmer, who is celebrating 40 years as a
Sister of Saint Francis, has served for over 30 years in elementary schools as
teacher and principal. For the past five years Sister has been an instructor in
the Theology Department at USF and is also serving as Director of the Center for
Franciscan Spirit and Life on the USF campus. We thank these sisters for their
many years of service to the Church and to the University of Saint Francis!
Robert and Donna (Zeigler) Carteaux ('60) celebrated
50 years of marriage on May 28, 2010.
Erin Patton-McFarren (BA '99) started a bike and
skateboarding club this past spring at Shawnee Middle School where she works as
a Librarian. As interest grew, Patton-McFarren reached out to her friends tied
to the BMX industry and asked whether there was anything they could do to help
the club. Eventually, a friend got ahold of BMX biking great Matt Hoffman's
company, Hoffman Bikes, which donated a bike.
||Brenda (Schlegel) Wagner (AS '00) gave birth to Austin Lee
Wagner on April 27, 2010. He weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce and was 20 ½
inches long. Brenda, husband Chad, and Austin are all doing well.
Shannon (Dunbar) Meyers (BSE '02) and husband Luke
welcomed a second son, Cohen Luke, on April 22, 2010. Cohen weighed 9 pounds, 10
ounces and was 21 ½ inches long. He joins big brother Camden.
Megan (Donley) Bates (BA '04) gave birth to
Elizabeth Mary Bates on April 12, 2010. The baby weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and
was 19 ½ inches long.
|We have added the "Love Connections" section to the E-Newsletter and
are always looking for more stories. We would like to collect stories of
USF Alumni who married USF Alumni. We would publish them in the
E-newsletter and the Mirror Magazine. If you would like to
submit a story, please email Jessica (Meyer) Swinford '98, '10, Assistant
Alumni Director, at email@example.com
or mail to: 2701 Spring Street, Attn: Jessica Swinford, Fort Wayne, IN
46808. We look forward to reading your stories and sharing them with the
We are adding a new element to our E-newsletters. Any alumni that would
like to send in a prayer request may do so by replying to this email or
firstname.lastname@example.org. The Sisters of St.
Francis of Perpetual Adoration in Mishawaka, Indiana, pray around the
clock, 24/7/365 for special intentions that are sent to them. These
same sisters sponsor the University of Saint Francis. The prayer
requests will remain anonymous and will not be published in future
electronic newsletters or Mirror magazines.
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