Distinguished Alumni 2008-2009


 

Gina_StramaglioGina M. Stramaglio, Captain, USAF, Class of 1992

Education:

B. S., Loyola University
Air Force Squadron Officer College
Masters of Aeronautical Science in Space Studies, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Pilot, United States Air Force
Program Coordinator, Muscular Dystrophy Association
Medical Technician, Central DuPage Hospital

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

Volunteer, Big Brothers Big Sisters in Wichita, KS
Volunteer, Kansas Humane Society and Chicagoland Dog Rescue
Volunteer, Public Action to Deliver Shelter
Volunteer Softball Coach at St. Raymond School
Coordinator, "Pilot for a Day" Program at Scott AFB for terminally ill children

RECOGNITIONS AND AWARDS

Distinguished Graduate of Officer Training School
Six Air Medals for flight achievements under hazardous conditions during 168 combat missions in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Horn of Africa
Air Force Commendation Medal and Meritorious Service Medal
Iraq Campaign Ribbon and Afghanistan Campaign Medal
Global War on Terror Ribbon and Expeditionary Medal
National Defense Service Ribbon
Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with Valor (3x)
Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal

PROSPECT ACTIVITY INVOLVEMENT 

Varsity Softball all years in attendance at Prospect

WORDS OF ADVICE FOR STUDENTS

With the right attitude, absolutely anything you dream is possible.

 

Robert_ZimmanckRobert D. Zimmanck, Jr., Class of 1973

EDUCATION

B. A. Dartmouth College
M. D. University of Illinois College of Medicine

EMPLOYMENT

Physician, Advocate Medical Group
Chairman, Lutheran General Physicians Partners

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

Chairman, Board of Health, Arlington Heights
Volunteer (For 30 Years), Arlington Heights Frontier Days Festival
Volunteer, Community Health Center, Chicago

RECOGNITION AWARDS

Identified by Chicago Magazine as One of the Chicago’s Top Doctors, 2006 and 2008
Lutheran General Hospital Internal Medicine Teacher of the Year, 2004

PROSPECT ACTIVITY INVOLVEMENT

Football
Basketball
Tennis

WORDS OF ADVICE TO STUDENTS

Try something outside your comfort zone.
Do something service-oriented.