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Budzinski keeps answering the call

Mark Budzinski

Mark Budzinski was five years into his career as a medical malpractice attorney when he re-enlisted with the U.S. Marine Corps. “My grandfather served in World War II, my dad served in Vietnam,” said Budzinski, who first enlisted as a ...

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Larson serves the public interest


A crumbling pedestrian bridge in Fox Point is not a political lightning rod like some of Wisconsin’s recent contentious debates around the state Capitol. But Fox Point village residents didn’t treat the bridge lightly, filling public meetings and throttling trustees to take action.

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Sweeney pursues law after starting career in pits


The Edgerton native, a partner at Madison-based Axley Brynelson LLP since 2006, earned his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Notre Dame in 1975. After college, he took a job at Martin Marietta Aggregates, where he assisted with the operation and design of about 120 sand and gravel pits and quarries in Iowa and Illinois.

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