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Distinguished Alumni Nominees set for 2022

Robert Waterbury

Loras College challenges its alumni and students to live up to the four dispositions of being an active learner, reflective thinker, ethical decision maker and responsible contributor. This year’s distinguished alumni not only live up to these dispositions, they have woven them into their everyday lives. For more than three decades, the National Alumni Board has acknowledged individuals for their service, accomplishments and support to their community and to Loras. Collectively and individually, these alumni are making a difference on our campus, in their community and around the world.    

The Loras College National Alumni Board is proud to announce the 2022 Distinguished Alumni recipients. We invite you to celebrate this fall as they are inducted during Homecoming weekend.  Make plans now to join them on Saturday, October 8, during the All Alumni Dinner.

Troy Cicero (’84)

Campus Contributions
Mike Gibson (MA ’91)

Professional Achievements
Mollie (Weighner) Marti (’87), PhD, JD

Young Alumni
Matt Romkey (’10), MBA 

Diana (Bruck) Faust (’82), JD

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