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Spring 2008 • Volume 14, Issue 2
Alumni Profiles

Health Matters | Fogelberg family | Leo Von Scheben ’64 | James Kenny ’76

Health matters


Communicating for CareGordon Rafool ’64 has written Communicating for Care: How to Form a Successful Team with the Alzheimer’s Patient, Caregiver, and Doctor. The book was released in August 2007. Gordon is a physician specializing in geriatrics at the Gessler Clinic. He and his wife Shirley live in Winter Haven, Florida.


Joan Gore Krupa '67 MA '69Joan Gore Krupa ’67 MA ’69, recently retired CEO of Heartland Community Health Clinic, says plans are underway to add a dental clinic at its sixth Peoria site, established on Wisconsin Avenue last year. Under Joan’s six-year leadership, the federally qualified clinic has significantly expanded it services and currently serves 16,000 patients. Its mission is to offer comprehensive primary health care to anyone who walks through its doors. In addition to several civic organizations, Joan also serves as vice chairman of the Board of Trustees at Asbury Theological Seminary. She is a Bradley Centurion. She and her husband Ted Krupa ’67 MS ’68 have three sons and three grandchildren and live in Peoria Heights.


Nancy Wright Duffy '76A November press conference in the Capitol Rotunda in Charleston, South Carolina, announced Nancy Wright Duffy ’76 as the Governor’s 2007 Professor of the Year. She was selected from a field of 36 candidates who had been nominated by their schools — all four-year institutions in South Carolina. Nancy is director of the baccalaureate degree program and is an assistant professor at the Medical University of South Carolina’s College of Nursing. She is a doctoral candidate through Rush University’s doctorate in nursing practice. Nancy and her husband Kevin Duffy ’75 have two children. They live in Charleston.