Ann-Marie Anderson, ’88, an attorney in Phoenix, AZ, is vice president of the University of Michigan Club of Greater Phoenix. She was previously elected for six years to the national University of Michigan Alumni Association Board and has chaired two University of Michigan Law School class reunions and fundraising campaigns. She graduated from the University of Michigan Law School in 1994, where she served as a founding editor of the Journal of Gender and Law. In her free time, she plays tennis, maintaining her U.S. Tennis Association 5.0 rating. She lives in Phoenix, and can be reached via e-mail at: .
William Buller, ’88, is employed as a member of the Michigan Tech Research Institute in Ann Arbor. He previously worked for Altarum. His wife, Nicole Brownson Buller, ’89, works at the University of Michigan. They have two children.
Ken Overholser, ’88, has taken a job as office manager/loan officer for Consumers Credit Union at the South Haven office. He is also a volunteer crew member for The Friends Good Will for the 2008 summer season. The Friends Good Will is a replica of an 1810 square topsail sloop, commissioned by and built for the Michigan Maritime Museum in 2004. He lives in South Haven.
Susanne Short, ’88, published her first book, Bundt Cake Bliss - Delicious Desserts from Midwest Kitchens in October 2007. She and her partner have two children. They live in Saint Paul, MN, and can be reached via e-mail at: .
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