During a 30-year career with UW-Green Bay, Alan Rheinschmidt was a respected, dedicated employee known for his cheery trademark saying, “Proud to be here, happy to serve.” Rheinschmidt, of Mosinee, died Dec. 19 after a lengthy illness. In keeping with his wishes, there will be no funeral service. A private memorial for family will be […]
Phuture Phoenix Director Kim Desotell and other program representatives were on hand Tuesday (Dec. 17) for the Green Bay Packers’ Foundation annual grants awards presentation at Lambeau Field. The $750,000 in gifts included the Foundation’s largest ever-single award, the $250,000 for UW-Green Bay student scholarships we told you about earlier this month. The Packers also […]
When UWGB donor Marcia Mueller was in town for a scholarship reception, she asked that all recipients of the Craig Mueller Scholarships (more than 20 were on hand for the reception) put their name in a hat for two free Packers tickets that she would provide. The winner was Holly Anderson, a junior from Madison, […]
We told you earlier this week about the passing of University friend Jim Temp, who died Sunday (Nov. 25) at the age of 79. Temp’s full obituary, including memorial arrangements, appears in Wednesday’s Press-Gazette. Visitation will be held from 4-7 p.m. Friday (Nov. 30) at Resurrection Catholic Church, 333 Hilltop Drive, Allouez. Visitation will continue […]
Wendy Bell, a painter and muralist who teaches and lives in Munich, Germany, will visit UW-Green Bay for a one-week residency. Among the highlights of her visit: She’ll work on an interactive art piece called “valuable GreenBay” in the Studio Arts cafeteria Monday through Thursday (Nov. 5 through 8), where she will be asking participants […]
With Robert “Bob” Southard in its corner, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has done nothing but grow and prosper. On Tuesday night (May 1, 2012) Southard was recognized by his peers — members of the UW-Green Bay Founders Association Board and friends of the University —
Typically the Phuture Phoenix staff members are busy preparing for, or hosting, hundreds of fifth graders at UW-Green Bay.
We told you yesterday that funeral services for longtime UW-Green Bay supporter Leona Cloud are set for later this week. Cloud, a true friend of the University, died Saturday at age 90. Her full obituary appears in today’s Green Bay Press-Gazette.
We brought you the sad news yesterday of the passing of Leona Cloud, a woman who gave so much to UW-Green Bay and our students. Cloud died Saturday at the age of 90. Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday, May 19, at Ryan Funeral Home, 305 N. Tenth Street, De Pere, […]