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Billy Murphy ’57 of Satellite Beach, Florida, was featured in an article from the Coast Guard Aviation commemorating the 100th year of Coast Guard aviation and special rescues detailing how on Nov. 12, 1968 as pilot of a Coast Guard HH-52A helicopter he engaged in the evacuation of nine crewmen from the foundering trawler NAPEAQUE, located two miles southeast of Hatteras Inlet, North Carolina.
Judith (Wilkes) Johnson ’62 of Knoxville, Tennessee, hikes, plays and teaches golf. After a 30-year career teaching choral music in Cape Girardeau, she retired and trained with the LPGA and taught in England, Germany and Spain, before retiring again to Tennessee.
Charles Luetje ’63 of Olathe, Kansas, received the Award of Merit from the American Otological Society. The award is given annually and the highest honor bestowed by the society, the second oldest medical society in the U.S., founded in 1868. The award was presented for his dedication to his patients, leadership in the society (a past president) and early work in cochlear implantation in deaf adults and children. A Jackson, MO native, Dr. Luetje retired from active practice in Kansas City in 2009 and from volunteer cochlear implant surgery in 2014.
William Stotler ’64 of Herculaneum, Missouri, has four children (two SEMO graduates: Dana Pannett ‘86, Diane Kileen ‘94) and eight grandchildren. He celebrated his 55th wedding anniversary this year.
Gerald Richards ’65 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, retired as principal of Central Junior High in Cape Girardeau after 37 years in education. He worked part-time for the school district and is currently serving as federal programs coordinator. His wife, Dolores M. (Hill) Richards ‘69, passed away in February, the day before their 50th wedding anniversary. Dolores had retired after teaching first grade for 33 years. Son, Thomas Richards ‘98, is married to Melissa J. (Trout) Richards ‘97. They live in O’Fallon, Illinois and have two children. Tom works as computer system manager for Nestle-Purina in St. Louis.
Peggy (Grimwood) Tharpe ’65 of Cadet, Missouri, and Kenneth Tharpe ’71 celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in June with friends and family at Busch Stadium. The Tharpes met on Peggy’s graduation night in 1965 just as Ken was returning home from four years of service in the Marine Corps.
Rita (Meyer) Brumfield ’66 of Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, is celebrating her 50th anniversary as an RN.
Wayne Dothage ’66 of Lenexa, Kansas, retired from Washington School District where he was the A+ school coordinator and leadership teacher. After retiring, he was the tourism director for the Washington Area Chamber of Commerce, then moved to be near grandchildren. He is currently employed part-time with Johnson County Parks and Recreation and is chairperson of the Lenexa Arts Council.
Thomas Ganahl ’66 of Scottsdale, Arizona, is looking forward to attending the Homecoming game and activities for the 50th celebration of graduating from SEMO. He will be in Cape Girardeau for Homecoming and hopes to see old friends.
Richard Hobson ’70 of Phoenix, Arizona, just retired for the last time. He is enjoying grandchildren and showing his car at events. He has three books published and available on Amazon: Us Until Now, The 365 Club and Shadows of the Brigade, with the next book out before Christmas.
Larry Jeffries ’70 of Columbia, Missouri, retired in Phoenix and moved to Missouri.
Susan (Koeln) Koch ’70 of Agoura Hills, California, has retired as a principal of Simi Elementary. She is working at California Lutheran University supervising teacher candidates in the Graduate School of Education.
John Tant ’70 of Tullahoma, Tennessee, retired after 38 years with E.C. Barton & Co. of Jonesboro, Arkansas as V.P. of training and development. The company is a retail building material company founded in 1885 with more than 100 locations in 16 states. After retirement he moved from Kennett to be closer to family.
David Bauer ’71 of Sun Lakes, Arizona, is loving life in a retirement golf community in Arizona.
Ronald Bock ’71 of Naperville, Illinois, retired after 44 years in the insurance industry. He now enjoys spending time with his 18-month old grandson.
Lonna (Hill) Enox-Tucker ’71 of Roswell, New Mexico, won three national awards including Grand Prize from Chanticleer Book Reviews for her mystery novel, Blood Relations. She is writing a third novel expected out in late fall.
Earl Richmond ’71 of Greenfield, Tennessee, wrote a book titled Revelations.
Lawrence Taylor Bahn ’73 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and wife, Nancy ‘74, welcomed their first grandchild into the family.
Deborah (Jones) Beard ’73 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, is retiring after 42 years of teaching at Southeast in the College of Business.
Tim Bohn ’73 of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, attended the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine, finished a family practice residency and practiced in the Oklahoma metro area until retiring. Since retiring, he serves as the medical director of a Catholic indigent care clinic, takes a few courses each semester and stays busy enjoying his three grandsons.
Linda (Calhoun) Greeson ’73 of Eldon, Missouri, is the Missouri Retired Teachers and School Personnel Legislative Committee chairwoman serving 26,000 members.
Margaret (Brooks) Fuller ’74 of Piggott, Arkansas, retired after teaching for 38 years and has enjoyed traveling and spending time with her grandsons.
David Schoenbeck ’74 of Cave Creek, Arizona, has relocated his home and business from New Jersey to a small town northwest of Phoenix. After all the years in snow country, he is really enjoying desert life.
Gregory Davis ’75 of Carmel, Indiana, has been selected to receive the 2016-17 Outstanding Alumni Award from the Department of Chemistry at Purdue.
Ronald Fields ’75 of Rogers, Arkansas, is celebrating his 50th wedding anniversary.
Gail Brink ’76 of Lake Saint Louis, Missouri, hopes to retire soon but after 40-plus years, she’s still having fun.
Mary Kenny ’76 of Camdenton, Missouri, is enjoying the seasons in Missouri and hoping to reunite with some college alums online and for winter lunch brunches.
David Sczepanski ’76 of Buffalo Grove, Illinois, has spent the last 31 years coaching football, basketball, baseball and golf at Buffalo Grove High School. He was inducted into the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame and is still coaching golf and basketball.
John Ward ’76 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, retired from full-time employment as a psychological examiner with the Cape Girardeau Public Schools after 40 years in Missouri Public Education. He is enjoying the simple pleasures of full retirement and looks forward to planning activities in the years ahead.
Michael Wunderlich ’76 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, has been at KFVS12 for 34 years.
Joyce Jackson ’77 of Chesterfield, Missouri, is married with a 20-year old daughter. Joyce is enjoying a consulting role in human resources for Monsanto Company.
Fernando Contreras-Lopez ’78 of Miami, Florida, is married and has two daughters and a son.
Steven Scheer ’78 of Manchester, Missouri, operates Show Me Home Delivery, a leading provider of home delivery services in the Midwest.
Norma (Huey) Boon ’79 of St. Charles, Missouri, works in commercial real estate and is also marketing director for Fraser Leonard Fine Art Gallery.
Robert Brown ’79 of St. Charles, Missouri, began teaching eighth grade science at Gateway Middle School in St. Louis.
Robert Butler ’79 of St. Louis, Missouri, was chosen by the Board of Trustees as the Missouri Dental Association 2016 MDA Dentist of the Year for demonstrating outstanding service to the Association, to the dental profession and/or to the community in the past year.
Judy (Flickinger) Heuring ’79 of Florissant, Missouri, retired after teaching 21 years. She is working part-time as a tutor and enjoying her first grandson.
Linda (Thornton) Johnson ’79 of High Point, North Carolina, accepted the program director position for Early Childhood Education.
Randy (Lott) Weiss ’79 of Clayton, Missouri, worked as an RN with a part-time Pampered Chef business. She was able to give up the RN job and focus on Pampered Chef full-time. She will retire after 29 years.
Michael Clark ’80 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, was an adult probation/parole officer of 20 years. His youngest daughter, Stephanie Clark-Nyhoff ‘09 is also a SEMO graduate.
David Hubble ’81 of Bixby, Oklahoma, is the regional U.S. sales manager for an industrial/broadcast, audio/video equipment company based in California. He enjoys playing the ukulele and being a member of the Tulsa Parrothead Club.
Therese (Schuberth) Hubble ’81 of Bixby, Oklahoma, is working on four different studies involving children and families funded by the George Kaiser Family Foundation, the CDC, CAP and Northwestern University. She conducts child assessments, parent interviews, surveys and codes mother-child play videos. She is also in her 14th year as a certified OSU Tulsa County Master Gardener.
Gwendolyn Squires ’81 of Lees Summit, Missouri, retired from Kansas City, Missouri School District after serving 28 years as a K-8 principal and executive director of school leadership. She is director of curriculum during the summers for Swope Corridor Renaissance Upper Room—a city-wide literacy program.
Brent Patton ’82 of Carbondale, Illinois, retired from Southern Illinois University after 31 years of service.
Karen (Lanpher) Keene ’83 of Whitewater, Missouri, worked as a school nurse for the Leopold R-III and Zalma R-V school districts for 18 years. She has been employed for four years as an RN service coordinator in the Bureau of Special Health Care Needs with the Department of Health and Senior Services in Cape Girardeau. She married Kevin Keene this year and is enjoying life with 12 grandchildren.
Kevin Wicks ’83 of Stoutsville, Missouri, retired after 32 years in the promotional product business. He is now a hobby farmer on his property near Mark Twain Lake in Northeast Missouri.
Brenda (Bremer) Glastetter ’84 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, works in the Department of Economics and Finance at Southeast Missouri State University as an administrative assistant. She is married to Gary and has a grown son.
Linda (Keena) Keena ’84 of Oxford, Mississippi, serves as the graduate program coordinator for the Master of Criminal Justice program. She is a 2014 graduate of Harvard School of Executive Education. In addition, she is a member of the American Corrections Association’s Professional Education Council, Victim and Restorative Justice Committee and a Delegate Assembly member, representing institutions of higher learning.
Kenneth Stilson ’84 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, wrote the book for a new full-length musical, An American Hero, with a Southeast BFA in musical theatre student, Cody J. Cole, who wrote the music and lyrics. The musical was recently selected to be further developed Off Off Broadway in NYC at The Gallery Players, and it is slated for full production at Southeast in fall 2017.
Jerry Estes ’85 of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, welcomed the latest of his three grandchildren this September.
Lisa (Toft) Nieder ’85 of Pilot Knob, Missouri, would love to hear from any of the Towers South crowd (1981-1985)!
David Conway ’86 of Arnold, Missouri, launched Dale Printing & Packaging, a consumer product packaging and printing company. He credits everything to his education and life learning experiences at SEMO.
John Hensel ’86 of St. Louis, Missouri, is back in The LOU after 27 years.
John Messmer ’86 of St Louis, Missouri, retired as a captain from the Johnson County, Kansas Sheriff’s Office after a 27-year career. He moved to be closer to family and friends and went to work part-time at IKEA.
Mary (Moscal) Trentham ’86 of Little Rock, Arkansas, earned a business degree, then went on to the master’s degree program before returning to get a nursing degree. She is Board Certified in geriatrics. She then earned a Juris Doctorate and specializes in regulatory law. She has four grandchildren. She misses her days at SEMO: the gum tree, the sledding on academic hill, the unairconditioned classes, grilled cheese sandwiches late at night – being a 12th floor Rascal but most of all – the people. She asks any 12th floor rascals out there to give her a call.
Gina Bufe ’87 of Chesterfield, Missouri, officially filed as a write-in candidate for U.S. Senate for the November election. She also competed in the St. Louis Senior Olympics this spring and won five Gold Medals, four Silver Medals, one Bronze Medal and three fourth place ribbons. This summer she competed in the Missouri State Senior Games winning two Gold Medals and one Bronze Medal. She qualified for the 2017 National Senior Games for the sport of Race Walking in both the 1500 meters and 5K.
Brian Koonce ’89 of Fort Worth, Texas, earned a Doctorate of Nurse Anesthesia Practice from Texas Wesleyan University and accepted an assistant professor position at Texas Wesleyan University. His responsibilities are teaching hands-on anesthesia techniques in the simulation lab as well as teaching various anesthesia topics in the classroom. He remains clinically proficient providing obstetric anesthesia care as well as anesthesia for plastic surgery.
Jeffrey Lance ’89 of Fenton, Missouri, is property director at CMI, responsible for oversight of account managers managing property claims across the U.S., on behalf of Lloyd’s of London and other domestic carriers. He and his wife, Sarah, are proud both their son, Alex and their daughter, Caroline, are students at Southeast. They are third generation SEMO students.
Donna (Holder) Hicks ’91 of Sikeston, Missouri, has two children and an MSN.
Chee Lim ’91 of Sungai Petani, Kedah, is preparing for master’s degree study.
Karen (Lucchese) Sargent ’94 of Belleview, Missouri, is releasing a debut fiction novel, Waiting for Butterflies, next year.
Shelby (Gaines) Weaver ’94 of Fredericktown, Missouri, is excited her daughter, Kate, is a freshman at SEMO and was awarded the Regent’s Scholarship.
Debra (Hutchinson) Sikes ’96 of O’Fallon, Missouri, created Sew N Stitches Embroidery LLC to provide embroidered apparel and goods to businesses, schools, sports teams and clubs.
Tonya (Eskew) Skinner ’97 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, is a teacher and a technology trainer, certified in Google and Adobe programs, who does keynote speeches to business teachers.
Randall Moore ’98 of Festus, Missouri, works as a consultant providing subject matter expert for Microsoft Server and e-mail solutions. He has two daughters.
Mark Wasikowski ’98 of Eugene, Oregon, was hired as the new head baseball coach at Purdue University. He was formerly an assistant coach at the University of Oregon. Mark and wife, Lori, met in a graduate class at SEMO. They have two daughters.
Calvert White ’98 of St. Thomas, is the assistant commissioner for the Department of Sports Park and Recreation in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Roger Hogan ’99 of Charleston, Illinois, was promoted to professor within the Lumpkin College of Business & Applied Sciences at Eastern Illinois University. He recently co-published the book DACUM: The Seminal Book.
Sherry (Hardin) Moore ’99 of Festus, Missouri, works for a small, woman-owned consulting firm as an environmental scientist/biologist contractor for the U.S. Air Force. She has two daughters.
Howard McKeever ’00 of Florissant, Missouri, retired from General Motors.
Leslie (Koster) Mueller ’00 of Wentzville, Missouri, earned a doctoral degree.
Joseph Poole ’00 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is the new director of the WFHC Center for Clinical Simulation at the Marquette University College of Nursing.
Theresa Hassler ’02 of New York, New York, is director of research, policy & planning in the Office of the Pro Se Clerk, NYC Office of Administrative Trials & Hearings.
Heather Duschell ’03 of Alameda, California, moved to the island of Alameda and works for the federal government working with Native American communities. She travels the United States speaking to Tribal Nations on how to be more prepared for disasters and sometimes deploys to disasters when duty calls.
Scott Haney ’03 of Springfield, Missouri, served as a lender and vice president in the Cape Girardeau Wood and Huston location and recently accepted the community bank president position in Springfield. His wife, Teresa ‘05, was assistant director for recruitment for Southeast. She now works from home as an online health and fitness coach. They have two children.
Thomas Belote ’04 of O’Fallon, Missouri, started as a water patrol trooper before transferring into the Gaming Division. He was promoted to Corporal in 2015 and is currently assigned at Ameristar Casino-St. Charles.
Kimberly (Armbruster) Estes ’04 of Dallas, Georgia, had a baby boy, Kaleb, on May 27, 2016.
Jon Haugan ’04 of St. Louis, Missouri, published a book titled Wolves at the Door and is working on an urban Christian end-of-the-world series.
Jennifer (Branch) Sides ’04 of St. Louis, Missouri, and husband, Ryan ’05, welcomed son, Camden August, on Jan. 18, 2016.
Jennifer (Merryman) Smith ’04 of Jackson, Missouri, is in her eighth year working in the Office of the Provost at Southeast. She and her husband have two children.
Kimberly (Shuffit) Briscoe-Fowler ’06 of Republic, Missouri, started working at Christian County Links as a service coordinator. She recently became a grandmother.
Shad Burner ’06, ‘08 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, was recently promoted to vice president of business development for the Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce.
Ryan Lane ’06 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, is in his seventh year in the Athletics Department at Southeast and has worked with/coached seven OVC Championship teams so far.
Emily Paulus Valencia ’06 of Evanston, Illinois, got married, honeymooned in Thailand and bought a house just a few blocks from Lake Michigan. She finished her master’s degree in communication management from Webster University and wrote a 100-page dissertation titled “Women in Leadership: The Media’s Influence on Breaking Stereotypes in Gender and Leadership Roles.” She received 700 out of 700 points-a perfect score!
Ashley Arcand ’08 of Farmington, Missouri, is an executive communications leader and program manager for the Global Technology Services division at IBM. Ashley manages the global innovation program for over 150,000 IBMers around the world and provides soft skill training and education to employees and outside businesses.
Denise Kinder ’08 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, became the editor of The Cash-Book Journal newspaper in Jackson. She started at the paper in 2008 as an intern through SEMO.
Brian Knowles ’08 of Alexandria, Indiana, has been serving on active duty, as the command historian for the Marine Corps Reserve Centennial.
Keith McDowell ’08 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, is enjoying the bike trails and community.
Elise Allen ’09 of O’Fallon, Illinois, and husband, Jerod, welcomed their son, Indiana, in July.
Gina (Clark) Caputa ’09 of St. Louis, Missouri, and husband, Justin ‘12, welcomed their healthy girl and boy twins, Masyn & Henry, on Aug. 22, 2016.
Kristen Stearns-Hite ’09 of Kelowna, British Columbia, relocated to Canada five years ago to continue working for The Walt Disney Company. She is a senior UX/UI designer, working on building the next generation of apps for the kids MMO Club Penguin.
Daniel Stults ’09 of Stillwater, Oklahoma, pursued an MBA at Oklahoma State University where he is now on the coaching staff for both the cross country and track teams. His wife, Julie (Koenegstein) Stults ‘10 another former Redhawk track member teaches high school. They have a one year old daughter.
Andrew Weiss ’09 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, is working for the City of St. Louis at St. Louis-Lambert International Airport.
Marlie Love ’10 of St. Peters, Missouri, started her own life coaching business for millennial women looking to find their purpose in life. Her dream is helping others achieve their dreams.
Emily Sampl ’10 of Lake St. Louis, Missouri, and husband, David, welcomed their first child, Henry Keith, on June 16, 2016.
Wilson Sikes ’10 of St. Louis, Missouri, was awarded the 2016 Milton F. Napier Scholarship Award by The Lawyers Association of St. Louis. Sikes, a graduate of both Oran High School and Southeast Missouri State University, will receive his doctorate in law from St. Louis University School of Law this month.
Cierra Simpson ’10 of St. Louis, Missouri, graduated with a master’s degree in criminal justice and earned Academic Distinction in graduate studies. Then, after working for four years as a correctional officer with the Illinois Department of Corrections, attended Saint Louis University School of Law and graduated magna cum laude in May and took the Missouri bar in July. In September she started working at the law firm of Stinson Leonard Street in Clayton as a litigation associate.
Kevin Andres ’11 of St. Louis, Missouri, and fellow SEMO alum, Jiro Shimizu ‘14, moved to the Soulard district and are opening a bar named Kings of the After Party.
Kevin Bettis ’11 of Saint Robert, Missouri, is a personal trainer at Golds Gym in St. Louis, where he has now been Personal Trainer of the Year for two years in a row. Kevin thrives to stay in shape and ensure his colleagues are doing the same. Kevin has a life goal of competing in Mr. Olympia in the near future.
Benjamin Hooe ’11 of New York, New York, graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and is now completing his pediatric residency at Columbia University in New York City.
Jamie (Risch) Kelly ’11 of Joplin, Missouri, welcomed her first daughter, Clare, in April with husband Brian ’11, who accepted a job with the Joplin Chamber of Commerce as the director of the Innovation Center.
Dominic Cicerelli ’12 of St. Charles, Missouri, graduated from the University of Missouri School of Law and is employed as an attorney at Sindel, Sindel & Noble, primarily practicing criminal defense and personal injury.
Elizabeth Fritch ’12 of Chicago, Illinois, was a production assistant for the nationally-syndicated court television show, Judge Mathis, before being promoted to a producer.
Kathryn (Sellenriek) Westervelt ’12 of Memphis, Tennessee, is celebrating her one year wedding anniversary with Joe. Kathryn is working as an interior designer at ETFC Architects.
Ella (Clark) Borton ’13 of Marmaduke, Arkansas, is in her second year at Marmaduke School District and enjoys working with students with special needs.
Nicole Halpin ’13 of St. Louis, Missouri, accepted a job in home health sales with Amedisys.
Briana Hammon ’13 of Grand Chain, Illinois, is a first grade teacher. She was able to start the theatre program at school with the help of her colleagues.
Amy (Ward) Lewis ’13 of Hazelwood, Missouri, is grateful for the excellent education received through the Southeast Missouri State University Engineering Technology program.
Larones (Nelson) Nelson-Bell ’13 of Sikeston, Missouri, was told she wasn’t college material, so was unsure about her future when starting college as a non-traditional student. She says being at SEMO really encouraged and challenged her to become a better student and is glad she chose SEMO because it was a place that made her feel like she could achieve any goal.
Linda Beck ’14 of Dexter, Missouri, teaches language arts at Zalma R-5 and was named one of two Southeast Missouri Regional Teachers of the Year.
Kyle Morr ’14 of Los Angeles, California, is celebrating his first paid gig as a stand-up comic in September. He now has his own IMDB page.
Addie Scoggin ’14 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, is a member of the English faculty at Southeast.
Ryon Smith ’14 of Collinsville, Illinois, completed a master’s degree in Kinesiology, started his own personal training business and is currently holding a management position at a GNC.
Samantha Voepel ’14 of O’Fallon, Missouri, taught one year at a residential facility for middle school-aged students with severe autism. She received Teacher of the Year for the school. She is now an educational advocate in St. Charles County working with families with children with disabilities.
Samantha Alexander ’15 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, has been serving in Cherkasy, Ukraine with the United States Peace Corps. As a youth development specialist, she works to promote healthy lifestyles and leadership, to prevent HIV/AIDS, and to prepare youth for the world of work and adulthood. She says this would have been impossible without the support, encouragement, and life lessons imparted by the professors of the Department of Social Work at Southeast and she is forever thankful for their caring hearts and wisdom.
Amanda Sachtleben ’15 of Centralia, Illinois, wishes she could give a job title and employer, but says she is representing the fraction who won’t have it so easy at first. She reminds grads the present is only temporary and tomorrow will have new opportunities.
Melissa Wallace ’15 of St. Louis, Missouri, was hired by Lindbergh School District as a member of the human resources team and as JV cheerleading coach.
Calvin Garner ’16 of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, interned at Community Caring Council and was asked to stay on as a community case manager. Since that time, he was promoted to housing coordinator.
Amy Miller ’16 of Jackson, Missouri, thanks the College of Education for having her first successful year of teaching! She says SEMO prepared her for this journey and is thankful for the wonderful professors who helped her get this far and gave her the hands-on learning experience to take over her own classroom right after college graduation.
Austin Nenninger ’16 of Oran, Missouri, is pursing a Ph.D. in biomedical sciences at USF.
Sylvia Somiari ’16 of Lawrence, Kansas, is teaching in a graduate program while pursing a Ph.D. in curriculum and teaching from the University of Kansas.
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Elizabeth Mitter ’42
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Janice Nunnelee ’42
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John Long ’50
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William Potter ’51
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John Little ’53
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Jack Priest ’53
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Therese Rousseau ’55
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Drew Drury ’57
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Dennis Wheeler ’57
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Bonnie Wilkening ’60
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Ivan Francis ’61
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John Wissman ’65
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Douglas Seabaugh, Sr. ’66
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Col. James Acreback ’67
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Wanda Sparks ’69
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Sue Klingensmith ’71
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Robert Stovall ’71
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Carl Stroder ’71
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Charlene Urhahn ’71
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James Green ’72
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Billy Mayfield ’73
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Allan Jackson ’74
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Karen Seiler ’74
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Walter Danneman, Jr. ’75
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Daniel Mohorc ’77
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Gayle Reeves ’80
June 1, 2016
Polly McCormick ’86
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John Wood ’89
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Loretta Dodd ’94
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