It’s been 50 years since the merger of Pio Nono and Don Bosco High School. To celebrate 50 Years of Cavaliers, throughout 2022 and 2023, St. Thomas More will release a series of spotlight videos and stories highlighting esteemed members from the Classes of 1973 to 2022.
Here are the alumni spotlights we’ve released so far. Be sure to sign up for our emails and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, and TikTok so that you are among the first to enjoy the latest stories!
Meet Gary Pachucki, a member of the Thomas More class of 73 and founder and president of IBT Group. IBT Group is a full-service real estate development and asset management firm that strategically manages various projects nationwide.
A typical magazine profile begins with the subject being interviewed over dinner, so here’s Malika Taalbi (TM ’05) at Pürstner restaurant in the heart of Vienna, Austria’s historic Innere Stadt. There is an absurdly large portion of Wiener schnitzel, nearly as wide as the plate, on the table in front of her, and a Pilsner-style beer in a glass practically as tall as the spire on the Stephansdom cathedral that towers over the city a couple of streets north of here.
Meet Bianey Calixto-Dominguez; she is a member of the STM class of 2021, a Marquette student, and an IT analyst for Augustine Prep. As an IT professional, Bianey keeps the school's technology running and ensures students and teachers are prepared.
When the new NFL season kicks off Thursday, September 7, one St. Thomas More alumnus will be paying more attention than most. For Alex Beaudry, STM ‘08, America’s game is not only a passion — it’s a matter of business.
Meet Holly Feldman, she's a member of the Thomas More Class of 1995 and she currently works as an associate managing director of Northern Sky theater in Door County. Holly handles the administrative side of the theater to help bring shows to life!
The year was 1981, with legendary coach Jim Haluska leading the Thomas More varsity football team to the state championships. The team trained hard for that game and would go on to bring the title home that day. Today many of the team members are still close friends and look back on that time in their lives with pride. They share wisdom and advice for this year's STM football team.
Anthony Mlachnik is a proud member of the Thomas More Class of 2002, a former D1 athlete, and an advisor at North Rock Partners. In addition to his advising career, Anthony also co-founded a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of young people by encouraging them to stay active through sports.
Bobby Wroblewski is a member of the Thomas More Class of 1978 and a former radio professional. Wroblewski has never taken no for an answer, so when the door closed on him playing basketball at TM, he opened another door that led him to work for the Brewers and eventually landed him his first job in radio at 102.1 WLUM.
Jacob Bach is a proud member of the St. Thomas More Class of 2010 and currently works as an assistant coach at Adventure Rock. Bach never thought he would be working as a rock-climbing coach. Previously, he worked as a professional actor until his career took an unexpected turn.
Josh Reikowski (STM ’16) spent the summer after his sophomore year at UW-Madison working with kids. While he was always interested in psychology during his undergraduate career, that summer, he started thinking about going into education.
“I truly enjoyed working with kids and had a great time that summer, so I decided that I wanted to do it as a career,” Reikowski said. “After that summer, I made education more of a focus, along with psychology.
Jaime Maliszewski is a proud member of the Thomas More Class of 1982, and he currently works as the President and CEO of Reliable Plating Works and Elite Finishing. He shares some of his favorite TM memories, including when TM won the 1982 State Championship in football.
Yazmin Rodriguez is a proud member of the STM Class of 2019. She currently attends Wisconsin Lutheran College, and in addition to being a full-time student, she also works in the development office, where she builds relationships with donors to support her college.
Meet Dave Reese, the founder and head brewmaster of Fly Llama Brewing in Biloxi, Mississippi. He is also a proud member of the Thomas More Class of 1997. Reese remembers his time as a student at TM and how it impacts him in his career today!
Steve Ozbolt is a proud member of the Thomas More Class of 1986 and the owner of Emerald City Catering & Events. Ozbolt serves his community at every stage of life, and he has always had a passion for cooking and helping others.
Meet Chris Duffey, a member of the Thomas More Class of 1992. His background is in advertising, and he works as Strategic Development Manager at Adobe. He believes his time at TM gave him a sense of community and provided a place to express himself.
Dr. Tim Radke is a Member of the Thomas More class of 1973. He is a retired interventional radiologist. Today he spends his time traveling the world with the Explorers Club, where he gets to pilot underwater submersibles and go on scientific expeditions.
Deacon Stan Lowe is a proud member of the Thomas More class of 1977! He works as a Pastoral Coordinator for St. Matthias Parish, where he works to serve his community every day. He remembers his experience as a student at Thomas More fondly and feels blessed to have received a Catholic education.
Dr. Kurt Weber is a proud member of the Thomas More class of 1981! He remembers his time winning the state championship in baseball his senior. Those lessons he learned on the baseball field and in the hallways of TM influence him to this day!
Tuy Tran, AKA Crumbles, is a member of the Thomas More Class of 2004. He works as a break dancer and competes all around the nation in dance competitions. His dancing has opened up many opportunities for him, including getting to dance for the Bucks!
St. Thomas More is a Catholic, coeducational high school that inspires students to embrace the values of our Patron Saint by becoming men and women for all seasons. Rooted in Christ and the Catholic tradition, the school community embodies the principles of Christian discipleship, service to others, and academic excellence.