Wednesday, May 14, 2008
St. Cloud State was well represented when the city of St. Cloud was honored during the presentation of the LivCom Awards in London last December. The city received a Gold award in “The Most Livable City” category as well as the “Planning for the Future” award. President Earl H. Potter III and his wife, Christine Marshall Potter; faculty professors Debra Leigh, Dick Andzenge and Howard Bohnen; and alumni Teresa Bohnen ’81 ’84, president of the St. Cloud Area Chamber of Commerce, and Dave Kleis ’89, mayor of St. Cloud, were present for the celebration.
Front Row: Matt Glaesman, St. Cloud city planning director; Joe Nathan ‘88, city media services supervisor; Dave Kleis ‘89, mayor of St. Cloud. Middle Row: Penny Cassavant, director of institutional advancement, St. Cloud Technical College; Shelly Glaesman, wife of Matt Glaesman; Debra Leigh, professor of dance at St. Cloud State; Create Community member Susan Williams, wife of Mike Williams, city administrator; Dick Andzenge, City Planning Commission member and St. Cloud State criminal justice professor; Christine Marshall Potter, wife of St. Cloud State President Earl Potter; Angela Nathan, wife of Joe Nathan; Carla Chapman, city planning technician. Back Row: Mike Williams, Earl Potter, Harry Beckers, Dave Tripp, Metro Bus executive director. Not pictured are Teresa Bohnen ‘81 ’84, St. Cloud Chamber of Commerce president; Howard Bohnen ‘72, St. Cloud State assistant professor of finance, insurance and real estate; and their daughter Zoe Bohnen
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