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Alumni news roundup - October 16, 2023

Brice Bledsoe ’10 appointed director, business development by SMG Fire.

Kemper announces appointment of Bradley T. Camden ’01 as interim chief financial officer.

Dr. Elizabeth Campbell ’01 profiled in Valpo Life.

Sydney Conn ’23 speaks at Randolph County Lilly Scholarship banquet.

Mark Flegenheimer ’83 heads effort for public art in Saginaw County.

Q and A with Jef Frankum ’74 in Antiques and Arts Weekly.

Northwestern Mutual appoints Andrew J. Harmening ’91 to Board of Trustees.

Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) welcomes Sally Wallace Heckman ’05 to Board of Trustees.

Kemp Jaycox ’95 publishes memoir.

LA Review of Books covers memoir by Meg Kissinger ’79.

Christopher J. Maron '71 founded Champlain Valley Trails (CATS), a non-profit organization.

Dyan J. Padgett ’94 recognized by Marquis Who's Who for distinguished creative achievements.

Envu names John Price ’99 head of U.S. Turf & Ornamentals.  

Humana Inc. names Jim Rechtin ’93 as president and chief operating officer.

Merlot Marketing promotes Chad Riley ’05 to director of customer service.

Tracy Stevens '99 and Brad Stevens ’99 invests in Boston’s National Women’s Soccer League team.

Quincy Public Schools Foundation to honor James B. Stewart ’73.

Brad Voyles ’94 named President of Covenant College.

Rebecca Waddell ’01 named among top 25 insurance consultants and leaders of 2023.

Jerimi J. Ullom ’93 joins Barnes & Thornburg as partner.

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