Class Notes

Learn what’s happening with your classmates and other Clarkson College friends by looking through the current class notes below.


Linda Jeanne Miller ('64) Tribute and Note
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Linda Jeanne Miller passed away on Monday, May 20, 2019, at the age of 75.  Linda loved her time at Clarkson College and the many friends memories she made there. 

At her passing, Linda left a gift to the College.  This gift is given in honor of the class of 1964 and in memory of Bonnie Kirstein Duffy and Linda Plattner.
Posted July 30, 2020


Nadine Dunker (Ashce '54) Tribute
Nadine Fern Dunker
Nadine Fern (Asche) Dunker, of Bennington, NE passed away peacefully in Omaha, NE on June 5, 2020.  She grew up on a farm near Leigh with her four brothers and graduated from Leigh High School in 1947.  Nadine went on to attend Bishop Clarkson Memorial School of Nursing. She was crowned Miss Clarkson and graduated in 1954 with a Nursing Diploma. After graduation, she began her career as a Registered Nurse at Memorial Hospital in Schuyler, NE.
Posted June 11, 2020


Suzanne L. Salminen (Teufel '63) Note
Suzanne received her Colorado license to come out of retirement to help her community where needed.
Posted June 10, 2020


Frances Faye Anderson (Rosicky '64) Note
Frances and her husband, Russell, reside in Papillion, NE and have been married for 56 years.  Frances and Russell have two married daughters and three grandchildren.  She is active with the Papillion Senior Singer 55+ Club and a volunteer member of her choir.
Posted June 9, 2020


Marcia Weeks (Fitzgerald '65) Note
Marcia was pleased to share through the COVID-19 virus and shutdown, many member of the 1965 Class have been able to communicate throughe email or text.  "We were a small, close class of 28.  This year we had sad news of the passing of some of our classmates.  But, we also shared good news of new grandchildren or pats, exciting travel experiences, new or old hobbies, and Faith to get through.  One thing we all have in common was our retirement.  And we honor those Health Care students still in school and those Health Care Providers presently working.  Your sacrifices cannot be counted."
Posted June 9, 2020