Class Notes (May 2010)

Ann M. (Schultz)
Fields (IA ‘91)
was appointed President of William Penn University in
Oskaloosa, Iowa. Fields has served as interim president since July 2009 and is
the first female president in the institution’s history.

Richard Constable III
(NJ ’93)
was named Deputy Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of
Labor.

Jim Lewis (CA ’96) currently
serves as Assistant City Manager and as President of the Office of Economic
Development for the City of Atascadero, California.

Claire Markgraf (OR
’05)
and Jeremy Sueker (PA ’05)
are engaged. They will be living in China for the next year and welcome
visitors to their luxurious pullout couch.

Rob Sand (IA ’05)
will graduate from the University of Iowa College of Law in May 2010. In April,
the University of Iowa awarded him the Hancher-Finkbine Medallion. It is the
University’s highest award, given for learning, leadership, and loyalty. He
also recently accepted a position as Assistant Iowa Attorney General, and will
be moving to Des Moines, where he will happily host any Truman visiting or
passing through Iowa.

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