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1987 to 1996

This decade in UWF’s history is marked by the opening of the Center for Fine and Performing Arts in 1991 and the expansion and renovation of the John C. Pace Library. The Argonauts competed in NCAA Division II sports for the first time. Operation Desert Storm, the dissolution of the Soviet Union and Hurricane Andrew were some of the major news stories at this time—and a little thing known as the Internet got its start.


Dr. Mona Amodeo ’87

Founder and President, idgroup | National Speaker on Branding and Innovation


Anthony Dill ’88

COL (Ret), Georgia Department of Defense | ROTC Alumnus | Former Green Beret, U.S. Army Special Forces

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Tom Keiser '88

CEO of Hootsuite

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The Honorable Casey Rodgers ’89

Chief U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Florida

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Jim David ’90

Owner and Photographer, Jim David Photography

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Cameron Davies '91

Chief Data Officer, Yum! Brands

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Gary Delgado '91

Program Manager, SAIC, USCENTCOM and COPE Certified Health Coach


Patrick Jacobs ’93, ’94

Artist in Brooklyn, New York


Mark Spitznagel ’94

Retired U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander and Graduate of the U.S. Naval War College | Owner and President, LandMark Engineering & Land Planning


Kimberly Katzenbarger ’94, ’95

Attorney for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of General Counsel, Natural Resources Section.

Jessica Klodnick

Jessica (Miller) Klodnicki ’95

Chief Executive Officer, KT Tape®


Jose Fernandez ’94, ’10

Spanish Teacher, Niceville High School

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Lumon May ’96

Co-owner, May Construction | Escambia County District 3 County Commissioner


Matthew Novak ’96

President, St. Joseph’s Hospital South