Class Notes

By Peggy Bolstetter | Spring 2015

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Markes Wilson (MBA) has accepted an opportunity with ProHealth Physicians ( as director of payor contracting. Wilson and his family recently relocated to Connecticut in support of a new church (Christ Proclamation Church and they are looking forward to being part of a new community.


Steve Haubner (MBA) recently accepted the position of the Illinois Credit Union League (ICUL) assistant general counsel. Haubner will be based in ICUL’s headquarters in Naperville. He will provide a full spectrum of assistance and guidance regarding regulatory and compliance matters to the League’s 315 Illinois-affiliated credit unions. Prior to joining ICUL, Haubner was an assistant attorney general in the Consumer Protection Division of the Illinois Attorney General’s Office.


John Gavigan (BBA ACCT) was recently promoted to senior vice president and CFO for First Financial Bancorp. Gavigan will oversee the finance, accounting, treasury and investor relations teams. Gavigan joined First Financial in 2008 as assistant controller and was promoted to controller in 2011, managing the accounting, external reporting, Sarbanes- Oxley (SOX), tax and loss share areas.

Tim Keller (BBA FIN) was recently sworn in as the New Mexico State Auditor after being elected in November 2014. In New Mexico, the auditor is an executive branch state-wide elected official responsible for the oversight of more than 900 state agencies and local governments. The auditor also conducts special investigations of potential cases of fraud, waste and abuse. Previously, Keller served as majority whip in the state Senate where he focused on government reform, transparency and accountability. and


Michael Dudkowski (MBA) Towers Watson, a global professional services company, has appointed Michael Dudkowski to provide investment services from its Pittsburgh office. These services include risk assessment, strategic asset allocation, investment manager research and selection, and outsourced chief investment officer (OCIO) services. Dudkowski previously was a managing director with Wilshire Associates investment consulting division. 


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