Congratulations to Heather (Geeser) Huftalin ’06 and her husband, Andy Muftain! Their newest Tiny Titan, Lena Rose Huftalin was born February, 2, 2021. We wish them all the best with the newest addition to their family.
Congratulations to Erin (Fleck) Lett ’06 and Brian Lett ’05 on the birth of their newest Tiny Titan, Hailey Rose, born on January 26! What a great way to bring in the new year. We wish them all the best!
Kyle Brigham ’06 married Logan (Deane) Brigham on Sept. 7, 2020. Congratulations to Kyle and Logan!
Monday, February 8 is Thank-A-Giver Day at Illinois Wesleyan and we’re eager to celebrate generous Titans!
Thank-A-Giver (TAG) Day is the symbolic point during the academic year — about 70% of the way through — when tuition dollars are exhausted and Illinois Wesleyan relies on donor generosity to continue providing a world-class education and rewarding collegiate experiences.
Each and every year, every gift matters. Contributions benefit students and faculty, enhance academic excellence, and strengthen the IWU community.
Thank you to all who give back to move IWU forward.
Congratulations to Stefan Mustain and his wife Elizabeth on the birth of their child Henry Huddleston Mustain on August 25th, 2019.
Ryan Smith was promoted to Chief Technology Officer at Grabango, a leading checkout-free technology service provider for grocers and convenience stores founded by Will Glaser. Ryan, who previously worked for Amgen and Sight Machine, was named vice president of product and engineering for Grabango last year. Congrats to Ryan!
Debbie (Bartell) Hochdoerffer and her husband, Jan Hochdoerffer, welcomed Lea Jean Hochdoerffer to the world on July 3, 2020. Congrats to the Hochdoerffer family!
In May of 2020 Sarah Mysiewicz Gill ‘06 graduated 1st in her class from Catholic Law School while working full time. After working for nearly nine years with AARP as the private sector retirement lead for the Association’s state government affairs team, she started a new job as an associate at Groom Law Group in Washington, D.C., where she works as a tax and retirement attorney.
Wow! You sure have been busy, Sarah! Keep up the great work!