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It’s a family affair! Jerry Schultz, ’67, Karyn (Schultz) Perry, ’90, Ashton Perry,
’23, and Lauren Perry, ’27, represented three generations of UND graduates at Ashton’s
graduation in May.
Marissa (Adolphson), ’17, and Isaiah Frohling, ’16, and their son, Cameron, celebrate
UND. Cameron is wearing the same UND sweatshirt his mom wore at his age. The Frohlings
live in Lincoln, Neb.
Sarah (Tondryk), ’09, ’10, and Evan Wondrasek, ’10, introduced their daughter Olivia
(3) to the UND campus this fall. Evan and Sarah, who met in Physics II in Witmar Hall,
have been married for 12 years. They live in Orange County, Calif., where Sarah is
a structural engineer at MHP Structural Engineers and Evan is a senior manager of
game engineering at Zwift, a fitness video game company.
McKenzie (Lee), ’16, ’18, and Ross Nelson, ’14, were married on December 30, 2022,
in Edina, Minn.
Priscilla (Coon), ’14, and Kody Stark, ’13, welcomed Gordon Roger Stark, who joins
big sister, Elska (2), on their farm northwest of Grafton, N.D.
Lacey (Paulus), ’07, ’09, and Jackson Long, ’07, ’08, welcomed their second child
Louis Charles (pictured with big brother, Reuben) on March 16. Lacey is a doctoral
student in the Educational Leadership and Practice program at UND.
Zach and Nicole (Morris) Massie, ’11, were married in April with their kids, Mason
and Crue (future Fighting Hawks), by their side.
Chuck Black, ’10, won the 2023 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest. A wildlife biology
major at UND, the Montana-based artist said, “Art, to me, is a way that I can communicate
my passion for our natural world.”
Sharra (Pfeier), ’11, and Nicholas Lang welcomed Remi Marie on March 17, 2023. She
joins sister Khloe and brother Logan at home in Bismarck.
Deland Weyrauch, ’18, and his wife Stephanie welcomed their second child, Vivienne
Ruth. In June, Deland completed a fellowship in forensic pathology at the Connecticut
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and is Deputy Medical Examiner for the State
Lyndsay (Hathaway), ’19, and Andy Samuel, ’20, were married on July 8. Lyndsay was
a UND softball player and Andy was a member of the UND track & field team.
Ed Walker, ’79, recently finished a 9-foot-tall sculpture of Mayor “Teedy” Thornhill
in Lynchburg, Va. Walker owns Carolina Bronze Sculpture, a fine arts bronze foundry
serving artists across the United States.
Sisters Molly Nienhuis, ’16, ’18, and Carrie Nienhuis, ’18, hiked to the summit of
Mount Whitney, the highest mountain in the contiguous U.S., marking the end of their
211-mile thru-hike of the John Muir Trail. They talk about their trek on the “2 Sisters
on Adventures” podcast.
UND Aerospace graduates Luke Jablonski, ’18, UAS operator at OCONUS; Shea Byom, ’21,
staff engineer at Air Line Pilots Association; Mike Sticka, ’18, CRJ-900 captain at
Endeavor Air; and Jonathan Olson, ’17, UAS Operations, Chief Warrant Officer 3 at
the National Guard Bureau, gathered at RedRocks Old Town in Alexandria, Va.