Celebrations: Jan. 19

Jan. 18, 2012


The following students made the fall semester dean's list at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater: from Brown Deer, Sean Andryauskas, Ariel Feiertag, Rebecca Marks, Kevin McMurtagh and Erik Noll; from Glendale, Felicia King, Nicole Nowak and Benjamin Wynn; from Mequon, Nicholas Bazan, Cheyanne Carbone, Gabrielle Fenzel, Briea Newman and Corey Roberts; from Thiensville, Eric Stemmeler; and from Whitefish Bay, Molly Tietjen, Andrew Whaley and Christopher Wolf.

The following students made the fall semester dean's list at St. Norbert College in De Pere: from Brown Deer, Lauren Senour; from Mequon, Ryan Clark, Kelsey Gerdes and Kyle McCarragher; and from Thiensville, Lauren Gleisberg and Samuel Morris.

David Stockbridge of Mequon made the fall semester dean's list at Michigan Technological University in Houghton.

Helen Wauck of Whitefish Bay made the fall semester dean's list at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn.

Emma Siewert of Mequon made the fall semester dean's list at Curry College in Milton, Mass.

Colleen Caragher of Whitefish Bay made the fall semester dean's list at Providence College in Rhode Island.

Samuel Dupuis of Shorewood made the fall semester dean's list at Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y.


Gail Lione of Fox Point, a longtime member of the executive leadership team for Harley-Davidson and president of its foundation, has received the Distinguished Alumna Award from the University of Rochester's School of Arts and Sciences in New York. Lione is a 1971 graduate and a university trustee since 1997. After receiving her bachelor's degree in political science at Rochester, where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, she earned a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1974 and began her legal career. From 1997 to 2010, Lione served as the executive vice president, general counsel, secretary and chief compliance officer for Harley-Davidson. She also was a member of the boards of Harley-Davidson Financial Services, H-D Michigan Inc., and MV Augusta. Recently, she retired as president of the Harley-Davidson Foundation Inc., a position she held since 2006. Her community involvement includes positions as a board member of the Greater Milwaukee Committee and the Milwaukee Art Museum and chair of the board of the YMCA of Greater Milwaukee. She and her husband, Barry Grossman, have one adult daughter, Margo Peyton.

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