Randall W. Lengeling
Randall W. Lengeling (74BS, 74MD, 80R, 81F) was born in Carroll, IA, the son of a UI graduate and received his undergraduate degree, medical degree, residency and fellowship training at the University of Iowa from 1970 to 1981. Since that time he has been in private practice at Dubuque Internal Medicine, P.C. in the specialties of Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine. He is currently its past president after serving as its president for over 20 years. His main community involvement is centered on serving on the board of the Dubuque Museum of Art since 1984, serving as its past president, and as a curator, lecturer, and benefactor, promoting the museum's world class collection of works by native Iowan Grant Wood. Randy has continued his involvement with the University serving on the Medicine Alumni Board of Advisors, the James A. Clifton endowed chair committee, and the national steering committee for the Medical Education and Research Facility. He collaborates in clinical research with the Gastroenterology Division, the Department of Internal Medicine, and the Carver College of Medicine (CCOM). He also serves as a mentor for CCOM medical students and residents at Dubuque Internal Medicine. Randy is a proud stepfather to Lisa (BA 94), Mike and four grandchildren. He is a Directors Club Honor Circle member of the Alumni Association and a UI Foundation Presidents Club member.