By Daniel Simmons – Managing Editor, Milwaukee Magazine.
Find the full article in the Milwaukee Magazine. Carl Mueller excerpt below.
Milwaukee Magazine is solidly into adulthood, and maybe even AARP-ready in magazine years. Here we look back at highlights (and even a fishy lowlight) in our history, featuring editors and characters and stories that, together, make up our story.
Where Are They Now?
In February 1983, we rounded up a group of locals we deemed the “83 Most Interesting People in Town.” We revisited with a few to see what they’ve been up to for the last three-and-a-half decades.
H. Carl Mueller hasn’t climbed a career ladder so much as he’s run a vocational obstacle course, pivoting from Sentinel reporter to politics to assistant UW-Milwaukee chancellor, the post he held in 1983. From there, he headed Mayor John Norquist’s staff and joined a P.R. firm. “I wanted to be part of the city, and help change it for the better,” he says now.