North Central College - Naperville, IL

Kristy Dallas '96

Kristy Dallas, soprano, gave her junior recital in Cisel Recital Hall, Montana State University Billings. While in Chicago, Dallas was a regular guest soloist for Robert Frazen’s One on One Television Show. She made her professional opera debut with Rimrock Opera (RO) in 2010, as Sylvaine in The Merry Widow and also had principal roles in RO's tours of American Opera Idol and The Night Harry Stopped Smoking, while serving as Education Coordinator for RO. Other roles include Lula in Venture Theatre’s Violet and as an actor in the 2010 Wet Ink Festival at Venture Theatre.

Megan O’Neil Story ’07

Megan O’Neil Story appeared in a sketch comedy show on Showtime, called Chocolate Sundae.

John Daniels '69

John Daniels received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014 Central City Business Awards from The Milwaukee Business Journal. He is Quarles & Brady’s chairman emeritus, located in Milwaukee, WI. Honorees were Milwaukee-area businesses and individuals who were committed to supporting growth and prosperity in a central city area. The program is designed to recognize the important contributions businesses and individuals make to generate positive momentum in driving new innovations for much-needed jobs and commercial expansion in central city areas in Southeast Wisconsin.

Josh Shames '98

Josh Shames is managing partner at Hall & Partners in Chicago. Shames will be responsible for the overall business, management and day-to-day operations in the Chicago office. He has been with Hall & Partners for over seven years, most recently serving as partner. Previously, he was account group director for Millward Brown.

Tim Brodeur ’07

Tim Brodeur is an art teacher and honor society advisor at Naperville North High School in Naperville. He and his students contributed a gingerbread man sculpture to the Downtown Naperville Alliance holiday lights celebration; Brodeur and his students’ sculpture was located in Naper Settlement and is a tribute to Cock Robin ice cream shop, which was a favorite in downtown Naperville for almost 70 years.

Bill Wylie-Kellermann '71

Bill Wylie-Kellermann, pastor of St Peter’s Episcopal Church in Detroit, has edited “William Stringfellow: Essential Writings,” which references the first hearing of Stringfellow in the chapel at North Central in 1968. He also contributed a chapter of “Bury the Dead: Stories of Death and Dying, Discipleship and Resistance.”  

Tony LiFonti M ’01

Tony LiFonti M ’01 authored “The Story of Snowy Bear and the Lost Scarf” and “Pirate Bear and the Treasure Hunt.” The books are co-authored with Charles "Peanut" Tillman of the Chicago Bears and  Paul Faris ’69 is the art director.  Sixty-percent of all profits will directly benefit the Charles Tillman Cornerstone Foundation.

Tracy Dvorchak M ’08

Tracy Dvorchak was appointed principal of Prairie Elementary School in Naperville. Dvorchak was the assistant principal at both Kingsley and Meadow Glens, both in Naperville. She was also a second grade teacher for eight years.

Jim Sporleder '73

Jim Sporleder retired from Allstate Insurance Company in Northbrook, IL, after 34 years of employment in the law and regulation department. As vice president and assistant general counsel, he supervised the company's legal issues. In retirement, Sporleder will become an active participant in reinsurance industry arbitrations as a certified ARIAS arbitrator. He and his wife Cathy reside in North Barrington, IL.

Adam Chin ’99

Adam Chin accepted a promotion to vice president at Wells Fargo & Co. in the consumer credit solutions' model governance and validation group. He is responsible for oversight and validation of credit risk scores for the bank’s entire unsecured consumer lending. Chin lives in Minneapolis.

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