2014 Inductees

  • Bridget Geboy-Helfenstein 
    Class of 1984
    Education | Humanitarian

     

    • Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain - 1986-1987
    • Wartburg College - BA in Spanish/Secondary Education - 1988
    • Marian University - MA in Education - 1996
    • Nathan Hale High School Spanish Teacher - Nathan Hale High School - present
    • U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, Honduras - education training, AIDS awareness, environmental restoration activities - 1988-1990
    • Community service - numerous recognitions for language, leadership and scholarship work with students; community interpreter; workshop leader; organized multiple Hunger Task Force events
    • Recognized for providing study abroad opportunities to more than 180 students
    • Educational Innovations Class-Intel Grant recipient – 2010
    • Wisconsin Association of Foreign Language Teachers and American
    • Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese Member – present
      Bridget Geboy-Helfenstein
         

    Jay A. Hausser 
    Class of 1991
    Education

     

    • University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, BS in Elementary Education - 1996
    • Marian University, MS in Education Leadership – 2006
    • Poynette PK-8 Principal – present
    • Poynette PK-8 Associate Principal/Middle School Athletic Director – 2006-2013
    •  Wisconsin Associate Principal of the Year - 2010
    • Bonduel Middle School Excellence in Education Award Recipient - 2001
    •  Community Service - Poynette Youth Baseball Club member; Basketball Club board member; baseball, soccer and basketball coach; volunteer varsity football coach
    • Hearts in Motion mission work in Guatemala - 2012
    • Association of Wisconsin School Administrators Conference Commission member
      Jay Hausser
         

    Christine Toson Hentges 
    Class of 1990
    Entrepreneur | Industrial Leader

     

    • Marquette University, BA in Psychology - 1994
    • Keller Graduate School, MA in Business Administration – 2000
    • International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association (ICCFA), Cemetery and Funeral Service - 2007
    • President of The Tribute Companies, President and Owner of Next Generation Design and Owner of Dragonfly Properties, LLC – present
    •  Professor at ICCFA University - present
    •  Community Service - Shorehaven Board of Directors, Rogers Memorial Hospital Foundation Board of Directors and Secretary, Camp Hope for Kids, mentoring committee to new professionals in funeral profession, co-chair for the Women’s Forum network, assisting with cemetery startup in Guam
    • Lake Country Rotary’s Entrepreneur of the Year - 2011
    • First recipient of the ICCFA Women’s Forum Scholarship - 2001
    • Creator of the Central States Cemetery Association Scholarship to fund one student per year for 25 years
      Christine Toson Hentges