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.
He was the stepfather of Jerry Sweeney, catering manager, Dining Services.
He was a student in the Doctoral Program in Leadership, College of Applied Professional Studies.
A St. Thomas and St. Paul Seminary alumnus who also received an honorary doctorate, Bullock served Catholics in three states over the course of five decades.
She was mother of St. Thomas senior Erin Weber and the wife of Michael Weber, Physical Plant.
He was the father of Greg Robinson-Riegler, undergraduate Psychology Department.
He was the grandfather of Michelle Rovang Burke, Opus College of Business.
Martinka graduated from St. Thomas in 1950; he received the university’s Humanitarian Award in 1993 for his years of service to the poor in Guatemala and Mexico.
She was the mother of Barbara Stahl, off-campus recruitment coordinator and longtime adjunct for the Department of Special Education and Gifted Education.
The well-known member of the University of St. Thomas Health and Human Performance faculty died early Saturday morning following a year of treatment for brain cancer.
He was the father of Alex Fraser, Client Services, Information Resources and Technologies.
He was the father of Dr. Don Miller, chair of the Department of Modern and Classical Languages.
She was the sister of St. Thomas senior Eric Roush.
She was mother of Shelly Nordtorp-Madson, Art History Department, and cousin of Susan Anderson, Academic Advising.
A World War II vet, he was the father-in-law of Charles M. (Mel) Gray, professor of business economics, and the father of Robin King Cooper, who has been has been an adjunct faculty in the School of Professional Psychology.
She was the aunt of St. Thomas junior Veronica Ochoa.