She was the mother of Leslie Krona, Master of Business Communication program.
He was the father of Dr. Sherry Jordon, Theology Department.
He was the father of Annie Klessig, St. Paul campus Bookstore.
She was the grandmother of Michelle Rovang Burke, director at the SAIP Institute.
Tamara and her husband, former trustee Bernard Brennan, were generous supporters of St. Thomas.
He was the younger brother of Gina Dolski '11.
Hilda was the mother of Steve Trost, Greenhouse, and Lisa Dochniak, library.
John Donovan, a member of the University of St. Thomas Board of Trustees from 1967 to 1991, died at age 89 Friday, Aug. 5.
A Navy SEAL who died in Afghanistan, Nicholas is related to several members of the St. Thomas community.
Dr. Ryan, former president of Indiana University, served on the St. Thomas board for 18 years.
He was the brother of Gene McGivern, sports information director, and brother-in-law of Barb Lammers McGivern ’90, M.B.A. ’09.
She was the wife of Dr. Michael Bellamy, professor emeritus of English.
She was the mother of Adam Gibson, who will be a senior at St. Thomas this fall.
She was the mother of Pat Alexander, Luann Dummer Center for Women and the Center for Faculty Development.
They are the sister and niece of Erin Thigpen, Office of Residence Life.
She worked at St. Thomas for 27 years before retiring in 1995. She is the aunt of Josie Driscoll, University Relations.
She was the mother of Bob Emerson '71, Development Office, and grandmother of Bill Emerson '11.
Cecilia and Antonio Bernardi were key donors in the University of St. Thomas' purchase of a campus in Rome, Italy.
He was the husband of Virginia Nelsen, who had worked for more than 20 years in the Career Development Center.
She was the mother of Randy Mueller, Physical Plant.
She was a part of the St. Thomas community since 1989.
He was the father of Thomas Redshaw, English Department.
Harold was the father of Steven Snyder of the Opus College of Business.
She was the mother-in-law of Pam Peterson, M.A. ’08, Business Office.
He was the father of Associate Professor Sergey Barabanov, Opus College of Business.