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John Christianson (1957) has received a grant to spend six months at the Royal Library in Copenhagen to work on a biography of the Renaissance astronomer, Tycho Brahe (1546-1601).

POSTED 01/19/2017

Forest Saemrow (1953) Forest ('53) and Joelyn (Partridge)('54) Saemrow live in Sun City, Texas. We are enjoying the lifestyle of retirement (since '93 from 3M). Doing PR work for Lutheran Hour Ministries in Texas.

POSTED 08/31/2016

Robert (Bob) Meyer (1957) Am old 1953 Fairmont High graduate now living in Mankato with beautiful wife. Retired from public accounting in 2003 and enjoying every minute of retirement. Doing volunteer driving for VINE.

POSTED 06/01/2016

Gunder Myran (1957) I retired as president of Washtenaw Community College (Ann Arbor, Michigan) a number of years ago, and since have had a consulting firm, Myran and Associates. My son, Steve, who is a professor at Old Dominion University, is one of my associates. My wife, Marliss, passed away in 2013; we were married for 55 years. Canadian Lakes, Michigan, is my home, but I try to go to Minnesota and my home town, Wanamingo, as often as I can.

POSTED 06/01/2016

delores (johnson) morrison (1951) Am a widow, living in Lakeville, Minn.

POSTED 03/17/2016

walter sembauer (1959) Retired in sunny California and grow veggies year round. Grand kids live next door. My wife and I get to play with them every day, before my nap. Thank you Mankato State for a good start for a long productive and happy life.

POSTED 01/12/2016

Mary (Schuck) Burghardt (1957) Hi to anyone who graduated in the late 50s.. Great years and memories.

POSTED 12/07/2015

Bob Golberg (1958) Flunked retirement - Working half time for Southwest Initiative Foundation as their Legacy Gift Planner. Started Planned-Giving Programs for Minnesota State Mankato, the Wilder Foundation in Saint Paul and now SWIF. Helping people plan the gift portion of their estate plans is very meaningful work that will help future generations. Thanks Minnesota State Mankato for a terrific education!

POSTED 12/07/2015