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Alumni news roundup - June 18, 2020

Alumni news roundup - June 18, 2020

June 18, 2020

Hilary Buttrick ’99 named interim dean of Butler University’s Lacy School of Business.

Sarah Cahill Campbell ’03 to leave position as executive director of Terre Haute’s Council on Domestic Abuse.

Fred Doremus ’77 shares story upon retirement from Daktronics.

Andrew Elizalde ’00 presents on “Mathematical Reasoning and Rhetoric” at Society of Classical Learning conference.

Kathy Detrude Groninger ’87 wins Republican primary for Kosciusko County Council at-large seat.

Longtime “Days of Our Lives” star Bill Hayes ’47 celebrates 95th birthday.

Chicago news anchor, reporter Dick Johnson ’76 dies.

Dave Jorgenson ’13 listed in Adweek’s “Creative 100.”

Ed Lauing ’70 announces candidacy for Palo Alto City Council.

ESPN founder Bill Rasmussen ’54 collaborates with The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's research.

Frederick Reed III ’16 co-organizes a community cleanup of the Westside of Chicago with 80 volunteers and more than $5,000 in donations.  “My peers and I believe that leadership and representation is necessary for effective change, and our intention is to continue to serve our community during these times of uncertainty.”