Samuel Runko (B.S.'16/B) opened a financial planning practice to help young professionals start their financial journey to reach their future goals.
Lon Keim, M.D.** (B.S.'66/P; M.D.'70/M; H.S.'73/M), works as a staff physician in the Hyperbaric Medicine Unit associated with the Unievrsity of Nebraska Medical Center. In 2002, he became the first physician in Nebraska to become board certified in hyperbaric medicine and was recertified in 2012. He also was the first physician in Nebraska to be elected to Fellowship in the Undersea and Hperbaric Medicine Medicine Society at the organization's annual meeting in Las Vegas in June 2016. Keim owns and operates a ranch in north central Nebraska where he plans to retire in 2018.
Sigmund Seiler, M.D. (M.D.'86/M; H.S.'89/M), teaches at the Osteopathic College at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. His oldest daughter is in the inaugural class at the college, his middle daughter is going into physical therapy and his youngest is a senior at Liberty majoring in global studies. The family has been in Lynchburg for two years.
Isabel Dowrick** (B.A.'74/H&S; M.Ed.'92/E) has mostly retired from her work at the University of Richmond as head of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. She works part time for the for the READ Center teaching adults who want to improve their reading skills. She also is a volunteer mentor for Education for Ministry, a study program of the University of the South - Sewanee, and serves as the coordinator for EfM for the Diocese of Virginia.
Sandra Short (B.S.W.'68/SW) retired in 2013 after a 44-year career in social work. Her last position was with Volunteers of America Texas where she served as director of children and family services for 15 years.
Veronica McKinney** (B.A.'97/H&S) married George Collins in September 2016. The couple lives in Seattle, where Veronica works for the Renton School District.
Tara Tench (M.Ed.'04/E; Cert.'04/E) gave birth to a son, Bryce, Sept. 12, 2016. She also has a daughter, Lacy, who was born May 22, 2015.
William McDowell* (B.A.'69/H&S; M.S.'86/AHP) has a private practice where he provides psycotherapy for individuals and families as well as services to treat substance use disorders.
Neil Katz, M.D.** (M.D.'85/M), has retired from his role as chief of therapeutics and diagnostic imaging services at the Dayton VA Medical Center in Ohio.Though continuing to work a couple of days a week, he and his wife, Karin, are enjoying reirtement, a new grandchild and a recent move to a loft in downtown Dayton.
Amanda Birch** (B.S.'92/AHP) joined in January 2015 Westminster Woods on Julington Creek in Jacksonville, Fla., as executive director.