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After starting her physical therapy career at Butterworth, Shirley Kleiman, 86 continues to treat her patients at her own practice, Spine and Sport Biomechanical Rehabilitation Center.
Executive Vice President of Spectrum Health, Sharon Buursma, 90 graduated from Seidman Graduate School of Business after first earning her B.S. in nursing from Michigan State University in 1965.
Before his graduation from Grand Valley State University, Hubert Massey, '83, was selected by the University to study art at the University of London.
Pediatrician Nicholas Kokx, 72, earned his bachelor of science from Grand Valley State University and his doctorate in medicine from Michigan State University.
Virgil Gulker has been described by friends and colleagues as a serial social entrepreneur who has created national and international volunteer programs and/or organizations to help disadvantaged populations.
As the first full-time director of Alumni Relations, Nancee L. Miller, 68 led the effort to build the Alumni House and Visitor Center with a fund-raiser that collected $2.5 million
Along with teaching sociology at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio, Alan McEvoy, 70, has dedicated his life to ending violence in schools, homes, and communities.
Mary Kramer is the vice president and publisher of Crain's Detroit Business andCrain's Cleveland Business.
Playwright, director, and educator Max Bush has been awarded several honors including the Distinguished Play Awards in 1990 and 2002, and the Charlotte Chorpening Cup in 1995.
Since her graduation from Grand Valley State University with a B.S. in nursing, Director of Patient Care Services Lorie Wild, 80, has held various positions in the medical field.