Fall 2011 Alumni Updates ~ Class notes from 1990s
Jenny Balisle, ’98, Richmond, Calif., exhibited work in the Downtown Art Center in Los Angeles with another artist in April. The exhibit, Two Compasses, featured pen and ink drawings from small to large scale that employed line, repetition and delicate labor in an investigation of memory and nature. Jenny’s work, inspired by patterns in nature and manmade environments, has been shown in exhibitions in Museu Brasileiro in Sao Paolo, Brazil; Los Gatos Art Museum; Wexler Gallery in Philadelphia, Penn.; and Rochester Contemporary Art Center in Rochester, N.Y.
Rob Bignell, ’98, Saugus, Calif., published Hikes with Tykes: A Practical Guide to Day Hiking with Kids (left) through Atiswinic Press. It is available at http://hikeswithtykes.com. Rob is a long-time hiker, editor and journalist who hikes with his son, Kieran, about twice a week. He has served in the Army National Guard, taught middle school in New Mexico and Wisconsin and has won several journalism awards for newspaper work. He was managing editor of The Prescott Journal when it won Wisconsin Weekly Newspaper of the Year.
Andrea Anders,’97, (right) Los Angeles, Calif., is a cast member of USA Network’s series, Necessary Roughness, playing Laura Radcliffe. She also recently starred in ABC’s Mr. Sunshine and the critically acclaimed Better Off Ted. Anders has also had television roles in The Class, Joey, Law & Order, Tru Calling, Oz, Numb3rs, Guiding Light and One Life to Live. Her movie roles have included The Stepford Wives and the road comedy Sex Drive.
Paul Gregg, ’97, New Franken, a choir and theatre director at Luxemburg-Casco High School, was a member of the professional choir for the Weill Music Institute at Carnegie hall’s 20th anniversary professional training workshop in February. He is married to Elizabeth (Hurckman) Gregg, last attended ’96.
Marci Waldron-Kuhn, ’96, Luxemburg, has worked for the Mishicot school district for eight years, spending the last two working with colleagues to develop a comprehensive guidance program for grades 6-12. In 2001 she won the High School Counseling Professional of the Year Award from the Wisconsin Association for College Admissions Counselors. She is married to Darren Kuhn, ’95.
Gene DeLisio, ’95, Stratford, was inducted into the Marshfield High School Athletic Hall of Fame last October. He was also named Radio Reporter of the Year by the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association in 2010. Gene has served as sports director of WDLB/MOSQ, Marshfield, since 1985.
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