2006 Inductees

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    LTC. Peter Browning • Class of 1981 • Military Service

    • United States Air Force Academy; Bachelor of Science - 1986, and Pilot Training at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas - 1987.
    • Deployed as an Aircraft Commander flying combat missions to liberate the occupied country of Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm.
    • Humanitarian airdrop missions for the people of Bosnia, Croatia, Hungry, and Serbia.
    • Led combat operations supporting humanitarian missions and coalition forces in the war on terror in Afghanistan and Iraq.
    • Air Force Achievement Medal in 2002, 2004, for distinctive accomplishments in the Air National Guard and the United States Air Force, and Aerial Achievement Medal in 2004.

     

    Michael Fink • Class of 1979 • Education • Community Service

    • 15 Varsity Letters at KMHS plus All Conference Awards in Basketball 3 years, MVP in Tennis and All State in Baseball.
    • University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Health - 1984.
    • Special Education Certification - 1993.
    • University of Phoenix, Masters in Curriculum and Instruction - 2005.
    • Teacher at Milwaukee Archdiocese Schools, Lad Lake, and School District of Kettle Moraine.
    • Athletic Director for KMHS since 2000.
    • Teacher of the Year - School District of Kettle Moraine - 1995.
    • Dousman Lions Club Man of the Year - 1998.
    • Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Associates (WIAA) District 6 Athletic Director of the Year - 2005.

     

    Todd Hannula, M.D.• Class of 1982 • Science • Medicine • Orthopedics 

    • University of Wisconsin Medical Scholars Program - 1984.
    • University of Wisconsin School of Medicine - 1989 • Internship and Residency at St. Luke's Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio - 1994.
    • Medical Missionary with World Medical Missions in Kenya - 2005.
    • Orthopedic surgeon in Michigan and Wisconsin • Medical Advisor to the School District of Kettle Moraine and Team Physician to Pewaukee School District.

     

    Matthew Jones • Class of 1990 • Education

    • University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, Bachelor of Science in Education - History/English/Broad Field Social Studies - 1995.
    • University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse, Masters of Education - Professional Development - 2005.
    • Teacher, Coach, Student Advisor.
    • Social Studies Department Chairman - Hustisford High School.
    • Recipient of Significant Educator Awards, Trailways Conference - 2004 and 2005.
    • Chosen as "Most Significant Educator" by Valedictorians of Hustisford High School - 2004 and 2005.
    • Selected for Who's Who Among America's Teachers - 2005.

     

    Danielle McNaughton Sabin • Class of 1990 • Military Service• Professional


    • U.S. Army Airborne Course - 1991.
    • United States Naval Academy - 1994.
    • Surface Warfare Officer's School - 1995.
    • USS Mount Whitney, First Division Officer - 1997.
    • Communications Officer's School - 1997.
    • Communications Officer for Commander, Amphibious Squadron Four - 1998.
    • NROTC Savannah State University, Assistant Professor - 2000.
    • General Electric Medical Systems - Logistics Specialist - 2001.
    • University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, Masters - 2003.
    • CPA License - 2005 • Internal Revenue Service, Revenue Agent.

     

    Lorene (Czerwonka) Walter, M.D. • Class of 1983 • Science • Medicine• Psychiatry

    • Marquette University Honors Bachelor of Arts, psychology - 1987.
    • Medical College of Wisconsin - 1991.
    • Residency Training - University of Cincinnati - 1995.
    • Honors: Golden Apple For Teaching Excellence - 2001, Laughlin Fellow - 1995, Upjohn Achievement Award - 1992, Outstanding Psychiatry Student - 1991, MCW Leadership Award - 1991.
    • Assistant Director of Psychiatric Residency Training, University of Cincinnati - 1995-2002.
    • Presenter of many seminars on topics in psychiatry including treatment, genetic factors, anxiety disorders, and use of medications.