Brian Lannan 
’82, Claremont, CA, retired from Southern California Edison in December 2017, the area’s primary electricity supply company and spent time some finishing household remodeling projects – but not for long. He now works as director of project controls for PFES, a provider of strategic construction management and project management services to the electric utility industry. 


Brian Lannan


James Weiser  
’82, Valencia, CA, works as a geologist for an environmental consulting firm in Southern California. He has had a variety of experiences in mining, oil and gas, the Bureau of Land Management and geothermal sciences, as well as with the U.S. Forest Service. “I attribute much of what I have done to the very awesome University of Montana,” he says. “Loved my time in Missoula, from rafting the Blackfoot and skiing Lolo Pass to having a night out at the Top Hat. Go Griz!”


James Weiser  


Laura Dowling Grealish 
’83, University Place, WA, co-authored with Tamra Chandler “Feedback (and Other Dirty Words): Why We Fear It, How to Fix It.” The book, just released, is described as “a practical and irreverent guide to taking the sting out of feedback and reclaiming it as a motivating, empowering experience for everyone involved.” Grealish is a senior consultant and executive coach with PeopleFirm and helps clients create thriving environments, high-performing teams, modern performance management techniques, improved organizational effectiveness, and customized learning and development programs.


Laura Grealish  


Gus Chambers 
’85, Missoula, is retiring as a long-time voice on Montana Public Radio and a producer for MontanaPBS. Chambers hosted Thursday Morning Freeforms for many years at MTPR, where he has worked since 1980. Chambers is known for his award-winning documentaries, including “C.M. Russell and the American West,” “Glacier Park’s Night of the Grizzlies,” “The Bicycle Corps: America’s Black Army on Wheels,” “A Conversation with Walter,” “For This and Future Generations: Montana’s 1972 Constitutional Convention,” “Joseph Kinsey Howard: A Life Outside the Margin” and “Montana, My Montana: The University of Montana’s Century Toward Excellence.” He also is a producer for the popular “Backroads of Montana” series.


Deloit R. Wolfe 
’87, Bothell, WA, was promoted to interim president and center director at Impact Washington, a statewide nonprofit providing support to the manufacturing community. He has worked for the organization since 2013 and has more than 21 years of experience in consulting, education and advocacy.


Deloit Wolfe  


Kurt Wilson
’89, Missoula, retired as a staff photographer and photography editor at the Missoulian after 34 years. He has received five Lee President’s Awards and four international Pictures of the Year Awards, as well as numerous other journalism awards, for his vivid visual storytelling through photos. Wilson hopes to now work on personal projects, including art, portraiture and documentary.