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M A G A Z I N E A P U B L I C AT I O N O F T H E M I N E R A L U M N I A S S O C I AT I O N R E P R E S E N T I N G A L U M N I O F M S M , U M R A N D M I S S O U R I S & T

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Miner Alumni Association Representing more than 50,000 alumni worldwide PRESIDENT

PERRIN R. ROLLER, ’80, Spring, Texas (perrin.roller@dvn.com)

member benefits As a graduate of MSM, UMR or Missouri S&T, you are automatically a member of the Miner Alumni Association and are entitled to:

Career Assistance:

PRESIDENT-ELECT

SUSAN (HADLEY) ROTHSCHILD, ’74, St. Louis (srothsch@swbell.net)

VICE PRESIDENTS

ERNEST K. BANKS, ’81, St. Louis (ekb3105@bjc.org) JOHN F. EASH, ’79, Weldon Spring, Mo. (johneash@miner.mst.edu) RICHARD W. EIMER JR., ’71, Spring, Texas (rich_eimer@dynegy.com) JOHN R. FRERKING, ’87, Kansas City, Mo. (jfrerki@burnsmcd.com) ROBERT J. SCANLON, ’73, Brookeville, Md. (rjscanlon@miner.mst.edu) JON VANINGER, ’63, Manchester, Mo. (jvaninger@charter.net)

TREASURER

Missouri S&T’s Career Opportunities Center will help you in your job search. For information, call 573-341-4343.

JERRY R. BAYLESS, ’59, Rolla, Mo. (jerryb@mst.edu)

Services:

SECRETARY

Online Community, including searchable directory Access to alumni office via email (alumni@mst.edu) Address update service so you don’t miss your Missouri S&T mail Insurance discounts and offers Travel opportunities

Miner Merchandise: Chairs, lamps, watches, pendants, Joe Miner credit card, license plates for Missouri residents, and the official Missouri S&T ring.

To take advantage of these offers, or for more information, contact the alumni office: Miner Alumni Association Missouri S&T 107 Castleman Hall 400 W. 10th St. Rolla, MO 65409-0650 Phone: 573-341-4145 Fax: 573-341-4706 Email: alumni@mst.edu Web: alumni.mst.edu

ASSISTANT TREASURER

RICHARD L. ELGIN, ’74, St. James, Mo. (richard.elgin@elginsurvey.com) W. KEITH WEDGE, ’70, Rolla, Mo. (keith.wedge@advancia.com)

ASSISTANT SECRETARY

RANDALL G. DREILING, ’81, St. Louis (dreiling@miner.mst.edu)

DIRECTORS-AT-LARGE

HELENE HARDY PIERCE, ’83, Sparta, N.J. (hpierce@gaf.com) STEPHEN W. RECTOR, ’72, Greenwood Village, Colo. (swr@rimop.com) JOHN M. REMMERS, ’84, Hudson, Ohio (john.remmers@ttifloorcare.com) GREGORY SKANNAL, ’85, Yorba Linda, Calif. (Gregory.Skannal@bpl.com) DALE A. SPENCE, ’97, State College, Pa. (dale.spence@miner.mst.edu) DAVID M. TEPEN, ’90, Bettendorf, Iowa (tependavid@ieee.org)

AREA DIRECTORS

AREA 1: PAUL G. BALDETTI, ’81, Skaneateles, N.Y. (pgbaldetti@aol.com) AREA 2: CHRISTOPHER MAYBERRY, ’98, Alexandria, Va. (cmmayberry@yahoo.com) AREA 3: BRIAN TENHOLDER, ’97, Charlotte, N.C. (bten1189@carolina.rr.com) AREA 4: LEROY E. THOMPSON, ’56, Pensacola, Fla. AREA 5: HENRY E. BROWN, ’68, Cincinnati (brownhe@fuse.net) AREA 6: ART GIESLER, ’77, Colleyville, Texas (palatusa@aol.com) AREA 7: GREGORY K. ARDREY, ’89, Janesville, Wis. (gregardrey@alliantenergy.com) AREA 8: TOM FEGER, ’69, Springfield, Ill. (tfeger@hanson-inc.com) AREA 9: NATHAN RUES, ’02, Fischers, Ind. (NRues@hotmail.com) AREAS 10-18: SHAWNNA L. ERTER, ’00, St. Charles, Mo. (serter@miner.mst.edu) AREAS 10-18: DANIEL FRISBEE, ’71, Ballwin, Mo. (dfrisbee636@aol.com) AREAS 10-18: RHONDA GALASKE, ’79, Collinsville, Ill. (rgalaske@sbcglobal.net) AREAS 10-18: JARROD R. GRANT, ’98, O’Fallon, Mo. (jarrod.r.grant@boeing.com) AREAS 10-18: POLLY HENDREN, ’73, Columbia, Mo. (phendren@oceanside-tower.com) AREAS 10-18: MICHAEL D. HURST, ’74, St. Louis (md_hurst@yahoo.com) AREAS 10-18: MARYLOU LEGSDIN, ’90, Springfield, Mo. (legsdin@sbcglobal.net) AREAS 10-18: ANDREW M. SINGLETON, ’00, Ballwin, Mo. (andrew.m.singleton@miner.mst.edu) AREAS 10-18: BRECK WASHAM, ’90, Ballwin, Mo. (bwasham@burnmcd.com) AREA 19: JASON BRIDGES, ’00, Lenexa, Kan. (jdb@miner.mst.edu) AREA 20: DELORES J. HINKLE, ’75, Sugar Land, Texas (djhinkle@marathonoil.com) AREA 21: VACANT AREA 22: DAVID BUFALO, ’73, Denver (djbufalo@msn.com) AREA 23: DENNIS LEITTERMAN, ’76, Sunnyvale, Calif. (dennis_leitterman@yahoo.com) AREA 24: PETER MALSCH, ’62, Enumclaw, Wash. (windycreek@tx3.net)

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES

ANDREW RONCHETTO, Student Council President (acr6z9@mst.edu) RAKASH GUDAVARTHY, Graduate Student President (rghy7@mst.edu) LEYLA GARDNER, Student Union Board President (ldg6w3@mst.edu)

COMMITTEE CHAIRS

GARY W. HINES, ’95, Owensboro, Ky. (gary.w.hines@sscgp.com) RONALD W. JAGELS, ’86, St. Louis (ronjagels@gmail.com) ED MIDDEN III, ’69, Springfield, Ill. (ed@mansfield-electric.com) CHRIS RAMSAY, ’83, Rolla, Mo. (cramsay@mst.edu)

PAST PRESIDENTS

ARTHUR G. BAEBLER, ’55, St. Louis RICHARD H. BAUER, ’51, St. Louis (rhbswb@charter.net) ROBERT D. BAY, ’49, Chesterfield, Mo. (rdbay673@yahoo.com) ROBERT T. BERRY, ’72, St. Louis (rdbay673@yahoo.com) JAMES E. BERTELSMEYER, ’66, Tulsa, Okla. (pinnacleinvestmentsllc@gmail.com) ROBERT M. BRACKBILL, ’42, Dallas (rbrackbill@hotmail.com) MATTEO A. COCO, ’66, Affton, Mo. (cocohm@sbcglobal.net) PAUL T. DOWLING, ’40, St. Louis LARRY L. HENDREN, ’73, Columbia, Mo. (lhendren@ess-inc.com) ZEBULUN NASH, ’72, Baytown, Texas (zeb.nash@exxonmobil.com) JAMES R. PATTERSON, ’54, Sikeston, Mo. (jrpat@charter.net) DARLENE (MELOY) RAMSAY, ’84, Rolla, Mo. (ramsayd@mst.edu) GERALD L. STEVENSON, ’59, Highland City, Fla. (stevenson63@verizon.net) JOHN B. TOOMEY, ’49, Vero Beach, Fla. (starrmgmt@aol.com)

STAFF

KIM JOHNSON, Administrative Assistant (kaj@mst.edu) STACY L. JONES, Manager of Internal Alumni Relations (jonessta@mst.edu) JONI MATLOCK, Secretary (matlockj@mst.edu) ELAINE L. RUSSELL, Manager of External Alumni Relations (elainelr@mst.edu) RENEE D. STONE, Accountant (renees@mst.edu) BETTY VOLOSIN, Temporary Secretary (bjv@mst.edu) MARIANNE A. WARD, Executive Vice President, Miner Alumni Association (mward@mst.edu)

Miner Alumni Association Mission and Goals MISSION The association proactively strives to create an environment – embodying communication with and participation by Miner alumni and friends – to foster strong loyalty to the university and growth of the association. The association increases its financial strength and provides aid and support to deserving students, faculty and alumni friends.

GOALS • Increase alumni pride in their association with Missouri S&T and the Miner Alumni Association. • Increase alumni involvement, especially that of young alumni. • Increase alumni contributions, both in the number of alumni making a financial commitment and in the dollars raised to benefit Missouri S&T and the Miner Alumni Association. • Strengthen relationships with faculty, staff and students on behalf of the alumni association.

The officers and other members of the association’s board of directors provide leadership and personal participation to achieve these goals and fulfill this mission. For their efforts to be a success, they need YOUR active participation as well, in whatever alumni activities you choose.


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Recognizing this year’s donors and volunteers Stay connected Visit Missouri S&T Magazine online at magazine.mst.edu for more interactive features. And stay connected to your alma mater through these online resources:

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THE FINAL COUNTDOWN

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The Miner Alumni Association: alumni.mst.edu

A LOVE OF AIRCRAFT

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Campus news: news.mst.edu

PROTECTING PARADISE

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Missouri S&T in the news: delicious.com/MissouriSandT

CITIZEN SOLDIER: A CALL TO DISARM BOMBS

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Photos from campus: www.flickr.com/MissouriSandT

WHY THEY FIGHT: A HISTORIAN’S POINT OF VIEW

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Follow Missouri S&T on Twitter: www.twitter.com/MissouriSandT

GREATEST GENERATIONS: STORIES FROM MAJ. GEN. BOB BAY

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Departments homecoming 26-29 29

A Centennial celebration Former student center rechristened

section news 34-38 36 38

Student send-off parties Solar car race parties

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Weddings

Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation (required by 39 USC 3685) 1. Publication Title: Missouri S&T Magazine 2. Publication Number: 323-500 3. Filing Date: 11-05-08 4. Issue Frequency: Quarterly 5. Number of Issues Published Annually: Four 6. Annual Subscription Price: -07. Complete Mailing Address of Known Office of Publication (not printer) (Street, city, county, state, and ZIP+4): Miner Alumni Association, Missouri S&T, 400 W. 10th St., 107 Castleman Hall, Rolla, MO 65409-0650 8. Complete Mailing Address of Headquarters or General Business Office of Publisher (not printer): Miner Alumni Association, Missouri S&T, 400 W. 10th St., 107 Castleman Hall, Rolla, MO 65409-0650 9. Full Names and Complete Mailing Addresses of Publisher, Editor, and Managing Editor Publisher: Miner Alumni Association, Missouri S&T, 400 W. 10th St., 107 Castleman Hall, Rolla, MO 65409-0650 Editor: Joann Stiritz, Publications Office, Missouri S&T, 1201 N. State St., 105 Campus Support Facility, Rolla, MO 65409-0220; Managing Editor: Marianne Ward, Miner Alumni Association, Missouri S&T, 400 W. 10th St., 107 Castleman Hall, Rolla, MO 65409-0650 10. Owner: Miner Alumni Association, Missouri S&T, 400 W. 10th St., 107 Castleman Hall, Rolla, MO 65409-0650 11. Not Applicable 12. Tax Status: Has Not Changed During Preceding 12 Months 13. Publication Title: Missouri S&T Magazine 14. Issue Date for Circulation Data Below: September 2008 15. Extent and Nature of Circulation: a. Total Number of Copies (Net press run): 1. Paid/Requested Outside-County Mail Subscriptions Stated on Form 3541 (Included advertiser’s proof and exchange copies) 2. Paid In-County Subscriptions Stated on Form 3541 (Included advertiser’s proof and exchange copies) 3. Sales Through Dealers and Carriers, Street Vendors, Counter Sales, and Other Non-USPS Paid Distribution 4. Other Classes Mailed Through the USPS c. Total Paid and/or Requested Circulation (Sum of 15b. (1), (2), (3) and (4) d. Free Distribution by Mail e. Free Distribution Outside the Mail (Carriers or other means) f. Total Free Distribution (sum of 15d and 15e) g. Total Distribution (sum of 15c and 15f) h. Copies not Distributed i. Total (sum of 15g and h) j. Percent Paid and/or Requested Circulation (15c divided by 15g times 100)

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Future Miners 16. Publication of Statement of Ownership: Publication required. Will be printed in December 2008 issue of this publication. 17. Signature and Title of Editor, Publisher, Business Manager, or Owner:

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Friends

________________________________ (Executive Vice President) date 11/05/08. I certify that all information furnished on this form is true and complete. I understand that anyone who furnishes false or misleading information on this form or who omits material or information requested on the form may be subject to criminal sanctions (including fines and imprisonment) and/or civil sanctions (including multiple damages and civil penalties).

The Miner Alumni Association publishes Missouri S&T Magazine to communicate and reflect the past, current and future interests of the alumni of the Missouri School of Mines, the University of Missouri-Rolla and Missouri University of Science and Technology. MISSOURI UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CHANCELLOR JOHN F. CARNEY III

Missouri S&T Magazine (USPS 323-500) (ISSN 1084-6948) is issued four times per year (March, June, September, December) in the interest of the graduates and former students of the Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, the University of Missouri-Rolla and Missouri University of Science and Technology. Missouri S&T Magazine is published by the Miner Alumni Association, Castleman Hall, 400 W. 10th St., Rolla, MO 65409-0650. Periodicals postage paid at Rolla, Mo., and additional mailing offices.

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MINER ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT PERRIN R. ROLLER, ’80

SEND LETTERS TO: Marianne Ward, Alumni Editor, Miner Alumni Association, Castleman Hall, 400 W. 10th St., Rolla MO 65409-0650 Phone: 573-341-4145 Fax: 573-341-4706 Email: alumni@mst.edu

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT MARIANNE WARD

ASSOCIATE ALUMNI EDITORS Linda Fulps Stacy Jones Elaine Russell

Missouri S&T Magazine is written, edited and designed by the staff of the Missouri S&T Communications Department and the Miner Alumni Association.

DESIGN & PRODUCTION Melpo Kardon Megan Kean-O’Brien

Missouri S&T Magazine is printed by R.R. Donnelley, Kansas City, Mo. Covers are printed on 7 pt. cover #2 Matte Sterling; interior pages are printed on 70 lb. text #2 Matte Sterling.

NEWS & FEATURES CONTACT: Phone: 573-341-4328 Fax: 573-341-6157 Email: news@mst.edu

EDITORS Joann Stiritz (Design & Production) Mary Helen Stoltz, ’95 (News & Features) Marianne Ward (Alumni)

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Andrew Careaga Elizabeth Hogancamp, ‘07

POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Missouri S&T Magazine, Castleman Hall, PO Box 249, Rolla, MO 65402-0249.

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Joann Stiritz Art and Production Editor

Red, white and blue. Duty. Honor. Country. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard. MSM, UMR, Missouri S&T. Left. Left. Left, right, left. Through the years, Rolla graduates have stomped out their own unique cadence in the branches of the military. Stories from past decades all resonate with the same underlying message: our alumni who choose to serve do so out of a deep, abiding love for this country. I don’t have an immediate family member serving in the military, but I do have a childhood classmate serving in Iraq today. Many of us have some sort of tie to someone in the armed forces – someone we are thankful for and whose courage protects all of the freedoms we enjoy. This issue of Missouri S&T Magazine has given me great pause

to reflect on all that our service men and women have done, and continue to do, on behalf of all Americans. The importance of personal sacrifice becomes crystal clear in reading the stories of our alumni: from retired Maj. Gen. Robert Bay, whose military career began at age 17 and spanned 39 years, to Courtney Buck, who left a professional position at Missouri S&T and enlisted to protect and serve his country. Just one month ago we witnessed a historic presidential election that many countries can only dream about. This exercise in democracy is a testimony to the valuable contributions made every day by our armed forces. I ask that you join me in honoring our military alumni, their shared sense of common good, and their intertwined stories of service. God bless America.

The photo that accompanied the obituary for Edwin A. Zwald, MinE’44, on page 44 of the Fall 2008 issue was actually that of Robert O. Dietz, ME’44. Missouri S&T Magazine regrets the error.

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Robert O. Dietz, ME, was a member of Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Tau Beta Pi and Blue Key. He had a distinguished career as a ground test expert for Arnold Engineering Development Center in various capacities, including director of technology and deputy of planning. Mr. Dietz was a U.S. representative to NATO and chaired the organization’s wind tunnel working group. He was among the first to be inducted as an AEDC Fellow in June 1989. (Jan. 19, 2008)

Robert A. Pohl The memorial for Robert A. Pohl, ChE’42, that was published in the Fall 2008 issue read that he was president of his class. Mr. Pohl was actually president of his class in 1939. The president of the class of 1942 was Roland “Sid” Burberry, CE’42.

Letter to the editor I have to take Missouri S&T Magazine to task regarding the comment on page 3 that Jackling Gymnasium was demolished during the 1964-1965 academic year. My recollection is that the gym came down in the spring of 1966. The fall of 1965 was my first semester at Rolla. I registered for my first classes on the basketball court of Jackling Gymnasium the week school started in the fall of 1965. Then later that first semester I played intramural basketball games in Jackling Gym. I got my 1966 Rollamo yearbook out and it shows a picture of the class registration in Jackling Gym and there is a picture of an intramural basketball ball game between the Pikers and Beta Sig in Jackling Gym. I am not positive when the demolition started but I do not believe it started prior to December 1965. Pete Legsdin, Econ’70 Springfield, Mo.

Editor’s note: In researching the editor’s letter in the Fall issue, we referred to UM-Rolla: A History of MSM/UMR, by two former Missouri S&T Curators’ Teaching Professors of history, which lists on page 228 the date of 1965 for the demolition of Jackling Gymnasium. After reading Mr. Legsdin’s letter, however, we turned to Missouri S&T Assistant Archivist Melody Lloyd, Hist‘97 for additional insight. She found an article from the June 1966 issue of the MSM Alumnus about the “removal” of Jackling Gym and a photo of students watching the building come down. They aren’t wearing coats, the grass is green and there are leaves on the trees, all of which would indicate the photo was taken in spring 1966. Thanks, Pete, for setting us straight. And thanks, Melody, for uncovering the truth.

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Keith Wedge alumni profile

From Boy Scout to brigadier general

What began as a casual hobby picking up rocks while visiting the western United States took retired Gen. Keith Wedge, GGph‘70, MS GGph‘71, PhD GGph‘73, from the Boy Scouts to the U.S. Army. In between, his fascination with rocks led him to Missouri S&T’s geology and geophysics program. Wedge attended Missouri S&T during the peak of the United States’ involvement in the Vietnam War. Like many of his fellow students he joined the Army ROTC program. Commissioned as an Army Reserve officer in 1970, he began active duty in 1974 after finishing his Ph.D. Wedge’s military obligation helped him put his education and passion for geology to use in geotechnical and military engineering projects in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Central America. During his career, he searched for infiltration tunnels in Korea’s Demilitarized Zone, drilled for water in Egypt and built roads in Jordan. As director of a nationwide military Gen. Keith Wedge engineering organization, Wedge provided engineering services to Army commands around the world, including operations in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Somalia, Haiti and Bosnia. As a brigade commander, he sent a task force to Guatemala for recovery efforts after Hurricane Mitch in 1999. “I never expected to remain with the Army for more than 30 years when I was commissioned in 1970,” says Wedge. “It was the interesting and challenging assignments that I received around the world that kept 4

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me active. I have had the opportunity to travel to more than two dozen countries and utilize the education that I received from Missouri S&T. I was also fortunate enough to have successfully commanded engineering units at all levels through brigade, again attributing this to my experience with leadership opportunities as a student.” Wedge retired from the military in 2004 and is employed by Advancia Corp. as a project manager and senior military analyst. He also teaches environmental geology in the graduate program at Webster University, serves as the executive vice president of the Fort Leonard Wood chapter of the Association of the United States Army and is on the national board of directors of the Army Engineer Association. Wedge feels a close connection to Missouri S&T, where he has served on the Miner Alumni Association board of directors since 2003. He is a member of the Order of the Golden Shillelagh donor society, serves as president of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity’s Educational Foundation and is vice chair of the Academy of Mines and Metallurgy. He and his wife, Bobbie, are also active in the university’s International Friends program. “It is a pleasure to live in Rolla and to remain active with the university, especially the Miner Alumni Association,” says Wedge. “I enjoy serving as a volunteer. My wife and I also enjoy activities with the students as well as with alumni.” Above: Brig. Gen. Robert Bay, CE’49 (left), commanding general of the 416th Engineer Command, transferring command of the 471st Engineer Company from Capt. William A. Stoltz, EMgt’68 (right), to Capt. Keith Wedge, GGph’70, MS GGph’71, PhD GGph’73 (center).


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“In addition to some of the more Buck Rogers things that might happen in the future, we need to study some of the things we can do in the short term.” – Scott Grasman, associate professor of engineering management (see story on page 23).

91 “The economic consequences are horrid. The shock factor of having unavailable fuel would be unprecedented.” – J. David Rogers, the Hasselmann Chair of Geological Engineering at Missouri S&T, outlining a scenario involving a major Midwest earthquake to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

“If you heat a tempered glass too high in temperature, it can lose its temper.” – Delbert Day, CerE’58, MS CerE’60, Curators’ Professor emeritus of ceramic engineering, discussing Pyrex bakeware products with ConsumerAffairs.com.

“Going green is a must for companies to stay in business.” – Elizabeth Cudney, PhD EMgt’06, assistant professor of engineering management at Missouri S&T, telling Machinery and Equipment magazine about the benefits of meshing lean manufacturing with green initiatives.

“We’re not struggling to find students anymore.” – Arvind Kumar, director of Missouri S&T’s nuclear engineering program, in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article about the high demand for nuclear engineering graduates.

Number of Missouri S&T alumnae who report they are serving in the military.

943 Number of officers who have completed their master’s degrees in engineering management through a program between Missouri S&T and the U.S. Army Engineer School.

442 Missouri S&T Air Force ROTC Detachment number.

180 Number of steps per minute for Air Force soldiers to be considered marching in “double time.”

24 Standard number of inches for each step during quick time pace, as measured from heel to heel.

30 Number of inches for each step during “double time,” as measured from heel to heel.

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The flagpole might be in a different place, and the flag has a few more stars, but Old Glory is raised and lowered by ROTC cadets on the Missouri S&T campus today just as it was back in 1873, when MSM’s first company of cadets was formed. As they march in formation, the echoing footsteps from the cadets’ polished boots remind all who hear them of the connections that tie Missouri S&T to the military. With two active ROTC units, degree programs for troops stationed at nearby Fort Leonard Wood, dozens of military research projects and a handful of graduates who have risen to the highest military ranks, Missouri S&T’s ties to the armed forces are rock-solid and well-documented. But the campus’s military connections, which extend back to its founding in 1870, weren’t always so distinguished. Founded just six years after the end of the Civil War, MSM – like other land grant institutions of its day – was required to teach “military tactics” alongside engineering, science and other coursework. This was due to “the lack of trained military leadership in the north, particularly,”

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according to two Dartmouth University scholars, Gene M. Lyons and John W. Masland, who wrote about the origins of the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) in a 1959 Journal of Military Affairs article. By early 1873, the campus had mustered its first company of cadets. In April of that year, two of those cadets had a disagreement they settled the old-fashioned way: with a duel that sent one to the hospital and the other into custody. Lawrence O. Christensen and Jack B. Ridley, Curators’ Teaching Professors emeritus of history, recount the incident in their official history of the university. “Company rules required cadets to wear gloves when entering the armory or handling weapons,” they wrote. “When John McCown of West Plains walked into the armory and took possession of his weapon without gloves on, Sgt. Peter Blow ... ordered him to leave. The disagreement led to a duel and McCown shot Blow in the cheek and throat.” No word from the professors on what became of McCown after his arrest, but they do report that Blow returned to campus a few weeks after the incident. Later that spring, the young cadet was playing baseball one day (Continued on page 8)

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NE OF EVE Military training at MSM ended abruptly in 1877, as the nation entered into an economic depression. The school, facing declining enrollment and revenue, disbanded its cadet company.

On Oct. 1, 1918, the campus established the Student Army Training Corps – the forerunner to the modern ROTC – and briefly became a war training center.

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Two of the campus’s first instructors, Civil War veterans George D. Emerson (far right) and R.W. Douthat (right), joined the faculty.

With the United States’ involvement in World War I, all “physically able male freshmen and sophomores” were required to enroll in the re-established military tactics program.

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when he “hit a triple, ran to third, began coughing, and spit out the bullet that had lodged in his throat.” In the years that followed there were fewer duels, but the military continued to have an important connection to campus. The GI Bill of Rights, signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1944, caused a huge influx of former soldiers into the ranks of MSM’s enrollment. Of the record 2,565 students enrolled in 1946, 1,800 were veterans. The GI Bill put money directly into veterans’ hands for their own use and made it possible for many of them to afford a college education. “The GI Bill was a godsend for me, as I received 100 percent of my education through it,” says Charles R. “Chuck” Remington, ME’49, MS ME’50, professor emeritus of mechanical engineering who retired from Missouri S&T in 1989. Remington was among the first enrollees from the GI Bill.

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The swell of students the GI Bill brought to campus overflowed classrooms, laboratories and student housing. The campus responded by transforming the physical plant and class schedule. Fourteen Army barracks were transported from Fort Leonard Wood and used for student housing, temporary classrooms and warehouses. The last of these “temporary” buildings was razed in 1994. These days, Missouri S&T’s connections with the military are stronger than ever, thanks in part to the Army’s consolidation of military bases in the 1980s and 1990s. After the Army located its engineering and chemical schools at nearby Fort Leonard Wood, some 30 miles southwest of campus, the university began offering master’s degrees in engineering management, civil engineering and geological engineering to officers stationed there. The campus also collaborates on a number of research projects with the Army Engineering School and other outfits


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As World War II ended in 1945, a new era in higher education was about to begin. Thanks to the GI Bill of Rights, signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1944, about 1.5 million veterans returning from the war swelled the populations of college campuses across the nation.

1945 1943 The advent of World War II led to yet more changes in the program. All advanced ROTC cadets entered active duty in June 1943. After war’s end, the campus re-established Army ROTC as an engineeringfocused program.

UMR added an Air Force ROTC program in 1971.

UMR began offering graduate engineering degrees to officers at Fort Leonard Wood’s Army Engineer School.

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In 1965, the program broadened to a general military science curriculum.

Air Force, Boeing and UMR formed the Center for Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies.

at the fort. Research on explosives engineering and homeland security are among the projects being conducted directly at Fort Leonard Wood. In addition, Missouri S&T researchers in recent years have worked with the Army’s Chemical School at Fort Leonard Wood to develop new tools for future warfare, including sensors for detecting biological and chemical agents. Several Missouri S&T researchers work closely with the Army, Air Force and Navy. The work ranges from humanitarian efforts, such as the development of methods to defuse improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and to decommission land mines and nuclear warheads, to modern warfare, such as research to develop unmanned aerial vehicles and terrestrial robots. Work by Missouri S&T researchers and the Air Force to develop chrome-free coatings earned the university and the Air Force a share of the 2007 R&D 100 Award from R&D Magazine.

Also, one of the university’s largest research centers, the Center for Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies, is a partnership among Missouri S&T, Boeing and the Air Force. The work under way in the CAMT could result in future commercial and military applications. With its proximity to Fort Leonard Wood, emphasis on technology and historic military roots as a land-grant university, it would be “shocking” if we didn’t have strong ties to the military, says military historian John C. McManus, associate professor of history at Missouri S&T. Many graduates have enjoyed success in the military. On the pages that follow, you’ll meet a few alumni who are strengthening that bond between Missouri S&T and the armed forces.

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Above: Jerry . 2nd Lt 942 1 Berry, Right: Bob . 2nd Lt 972 1 , Berry

Jerry Berry and Bob Berry at Homecoming 1999. Bob served as president of the alumni association from 1998-2000.

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The Battle of Cassino Pass, the first large-scale battle of World War II between the U.S. Army and the German Army, began on a miserably cold, rain-soaked Friday in February 1943. As Germans advanced, Lt. Jerry Berry, a platoon leader in the 19th Engineer Regiment Combat, and his men – armed with dump trucks and engineering equipment – faced the daunting task of holding back the German forces, led by Gen. Erwin Rommel. The horrendous three-day battle in Tunisia left the 19th Engineers with 128 casualties, including Berry’s driver, Pvt. Clarence O. Fulton, who lost his life as he manned a 50-caliber machine gun in a foxhole on the line with Berry. Berry went on to serve in major battles in Sicily and Italy, and was wounded at the Battle of Monte Casino. Like many veterans of World War II, Berry, CE’49, didn’t share war stories or his photograph collection with his family when he returned home. He stayed in the Army Reserves for more than 20 years before retiring with the rank of major. But it took an additional 35 years for his son, Bob Berry, CE’72, to convince him to share some of those memories. Bob Berry completed the final draft of Crossings, a book detailing his father’s life, shortly before Jerry Berry died in 2005. “As he would tell me the stories, several really got to him and he would tear up,” Bob Berry recalls. “The 19th Engineer Regiment Combat enabled the U.S. Army to cross minefields, rivers, mountains and deserts all while fighting as infantry when the need arose. Fifty-nine soldiers of the 19th died along the way, including four of his close friends.” Growing up, Bob Berry remembers seeing his father go one weekend a month to Reserve meetings or spending a family vacation with his father’s unit for “summer camp.” “One of my most vivid memories as a kid was going to the Officer’s Club at Fort Leonard Wood on special occasions,” he says. “I not only got a kick out of seeing Army trainees in action, but the


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best part was eating the biggest hamburgers I’d ever seen. But still, there were no war stories.” Jerry Berry didn’t need to talk about his military experiences to instill a sense of duty in his son. When Bob graduated high school in 1967, the Vietnam War was on everyone’s mind, including his own. “I had a deep belief in our country, freedoms we had, and I felt an obligation to do my part,” explains Bob Berry. “I went to ROTC for the first two years of school at Rolla and decided to go all the way with it.” After four years of military service stationed with an engineer battalion in West Germany, Bob Berry joined Burns & McDonnell as a project engineer and manager, eventually retiring as vice president and general manager for the company’s St. Louis operations. But his military way of life never fully left him. “There are a lot of lessons you’re taught in the military that you still abide by in business. You have to react pretty fast and follow your chain of command. And when the general tells you to tell others to dig latrines, you take yourself and go dig latrines.”

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H FI A O NTDOWN by Mindy Limback (limbackm@mst.edu) It’s T-minus zero, and as the main engine ignites, Lt. Col. Scott Peel’s mind begins to race. As commander of the range operations team at Vandenberg Air Force Base, he knows that now there’s no turning back. The 5,000-pound military satellite, attached to a Delta II-7920 rocket sitting on top of thousands of pounds of highly combustible fuels, leaves the Earth for its journey into space. And now all he can do is watch and wait for the satellite to separate from its booster vehicle. The Dec. 14, 2006, launch of USA 193 was Peel’s fourth. His three previous launches – an intercontinental ballistic missile test, a missile defense interceptor test and another satellite – had all been successful. But that didn’t lessen the anticipation of this mission. “Launching extremely expensive, unique or one-of-a-kind satellites is far from routine,” says Peel, EMgt’89. “It is the most stressful thing I’ve ever helped do, but it is also exhilarating and rewarding.” Only after all stages have fired is the immense pressure, built by each successive “go” call, replaced by euphoria for the range team, says Peel. “The ability to declare ‘mission success’ can take weeks or months depending upon the type of mission,” Peel explains. Fourteen months later, in a strange twist of fate, another Missouri S&T grad, Andrew Jackson, ECE’03, would start a launch sequence that would bring down the malfunctioning satellite (see page 13). “I’m not surprised that two Rolla alumni were working high-risk, technically demanding operations,” Peel says. “The U.S. military is looking for all different types of people with different educational backgrounds, but because the services employ many cutting-edge technologies, the appeal for graduates from schools such as Rolla is high.” Peel is stationed at Naval War College in Newport, R.I., where he is pursuing his third master’s degree, this one in national security.

- Bob Berry

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Linda (Desilet) Smith, AE’88, was interested in planes back in high school. Her uncle, an Air Force pilot, impressed her, and she was thrilled by the aerobatics of the Thunderbirds air demonstration squadron.

lieutenant colonel, she provides disclosures and technical reviews of aircraft and electronics for export licenses and foreign military sales. “Almost daily my But her real interest wasn’t in flying aircraft. She technical background helps in the decision of what we wanted to design them. export, and what our capabilities are,” says Smith. “I’m also She came to Rolla on an Air Force ROTC scholarship, comfortable with contractors’ aircraft engines and on their taking full advantage of her time at Missouri S&T. She manufacturing floors. My education helps me ask the right participated in as many intramural sports as she could. questions.” She joined Kappa Delta sorority and the Gold Miner Her position includes management of international Dance Team. fighter competitions, currently those held in India and Japan. “It was an interesting mix,” says Smith. “After class “My department’s job is to maintain a level playing field I’d return to the sorority in my ROTC uniform, get my between both the Air Force and Navy when both pompoms, and rush to Gold Miner practice.” services have an aircraft in the Smith found aerospace competition.” This involves engineering to be both challenging reviewing proposals, attending and fun. The knowledge she briefings, answering questions gained at Missouri S&T led to and planning for field trials. a successful 20-year career with In 1995, Smith earned a master’s the Air Force. degree from the Air Force Institute She fondly remembers her of Technology. “Rolla prepared me first assignment. “Everything was to compete with the best Air Force new and exciting,” says Smith of officers there,” she says. her position as a joint special Smith is ready to retire next year, projects officer for the advanced though. She says the travel was fun medium-range air-to-air missile when she was younger, but it has - Lt. Col. Linda Smith (AMRAAM) out of Eglin Air been hard on her family, especially Force Base in Florida. She was a her two children, ages 8 and 11. After lead engineer for lethality and flight tests. “I led a team of retirement she’s contemplating a civilian job as a contractor. 22 people that developed vulnerability models used to assess Smith says she would encourage young women the probability of kill and miss distance for future contemplating their futures to consider aerospace AMRAAM threats.” She also conducted wind tunnel testing engineering because it’s fun and rewarding. And she of compressed carriage design and flight simulations. would advise them to join the Air Force. “I didn’t realize all For the last eight years, Smith has worked out of the that was out there,” Smith says. “They tell you that you can office of the secretary of defense in Washington, D.C., see the world and do all these things … and it’s really true.” facilitating the international export of aircraft. Now a

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R TEC I G AR DISE by Lance Feyh (lfeyh@mst.edu) photo submitted by Andrew Jackson Jackson, left, aboard U.S.S. Lake Erie.

Shooting a spy satellite out of the sky is the stuff of science fiction movies. For Andrew Jackson, petty officer second class in the U.S. Navy, it’s just another day at the office. Well, maybe not just an ordinary day. The damaged U.S. satellite was carrying toxic fuel. Last February, Defense Secretary Robert Gates made the decision to blow it up into little pieces before the whole thing slipped out of orbit and fell to Earth. Jackson, ECE’03, pushed the button that made it all happen. Most of the other military members aboard the U.S.S. Lake Erie didn’t even know about Operation Burnt Frost. “Very few people on the ship knew what was going on until they saw it on CNN,” says Jackson, who is originally from the Kansas City area. Jackson was among those who were critical to the operation’s success. A fire controlman in the Navy, he’s responsible for conducting missile launches. “I’ve done a whole bunch of these,” he later told the

Kansas City Star. “But there was a lot more tension this time.” Typically, Jackson is involved in training exercises in the Pacific Ocean that are associated with ballistic missile defense. He points out that satellites move a lot faster than a normal ballistic missile, and at a much higher altitude with a long trajectory. Modifications were made before they actually attempted to shoot down the doomed satellite. Jackson says he got the final order to push the button that launched the shot at the very last second. “If we would have waited any longer, it would have crashed to Earth,” he says. Instead, the pulverized debris fell harmlessly into the ocean. And, to alleviate concerns around the world that the United States might get into the business of shooting down other countries’ satellites, Jackson says the modifications used for this shot were immediately removed.

When he’s not working and living on his ship, Jackson lives on the island of Oahu. He jokes that he spends his time “protecting paradise.” Back in Rolla, as a student, Jackson enjoyed playing video games like World of Warcraft. But he says he doesn’t have much time for video games these days – now that he’s an actual missile commander in the real world.

“Very few people on the ship knew what was going on until they saw it on CNN.”

- Petty Officer 2nd Clas s Andrew Jackson

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Buck near the border of Pakistan.

Buck surro unded by p ackages of supplies f school rom home.

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Courtney Buck, Econ’03, was just finishing his senior year at Missouri S&T when the United States invaded Iraq. After graduation, he started work at Missouri S&T public radio station KMST as marketing manager, but the thought of American soldiers fighting overseas weighed heavily on his mind. “I’m intelligent and physically fit,” Buck says. “So many others like me were serving their country and I figured I should, too.” After a heart-to-heart talk with his family, Buck enlisted on June 2, 2004. The longest of his two overseas deployments took him to Afghanistan for seven months. His job as explosive ordnance disposal technician was to dismantle roadside bombs, IEDs and other explosive devices. Sounds frightening, but it’s the job Buck requested. “I’m an adrenaline junkie,” Buck says. “I love the excitement.” Most of his missions took place at night. “If the soldiers patrolling a village or mountainside found an unexploded device, my unit was called in to dismantle it – sometimes by hand. “Every time I successfully dismantled a bomb, that’s at least one person, one U.S. soldier or one civilian, that didn’t get hurt. I would feel like Superman the whole day. It’s a phenomenal feeling.” Buck also helped patrol the Pakistan border. Part of his job was trying to catch suicide bombers in the act. Occasionally they got past his patrol. “Our base was attacked by a suicide bomber at the gate,” Buck says. Fortunately, no U.S. soldiers were killed in the incident. “My team had to wade through the carnage


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Buck with the children of Sar Hawza, Afghanistan, an area near the Pakistan border.

to find as many pieces of the bomb as we could. By matching fingerprints, we could determine who made the bomb.” Buck, now a financial advisor with his own Edward Jones office in Austin, Texas, says he gets just as big a rush from helping people as he does from the excitement of a mission. Among the medals Buck received for his service is the Outstanding Military Volunteer Medal. While on patrol in a remote Afghan village, Buck noticed kids running up to him patting their left forearm. The sleeve of his own left forearm is where he, like most soldiers, kept his pens. The kids, he learned, had schools in their village, but nothing to write with. Buck sent out an immediate call for help, emailing friends, family and church members. By the time he was finished, 300 pounds of school supplies had been delivered to the students. Buck’s active duty ended June 3, 2008. He will spend the next four years as a reservist, and he can be called back into active duty at any time. Some people might dread that phone call, but not Buck. “I wouldn’t cry a bit if they called me back,” he says. “I love it.”

“Every time I successfully dismantled a bom b... I would feel lik e Superman the who le day. It’s a phenomenal feeli ng.” - Courtney Buck

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: T G F E H TH IST RI N’ V An issue focused on Missouri S&T’s connection to the military wouldn’t be complete without a word from military historian John C. McManus, associate professor of history and political science. Missouri S&T Magazine staff sat down with McManus to ask a few questions. Missouri S&T Magazine: Are there similarities in soldiers’ experiences today versus decades ago? McManus: Some things never change and I don’t think they ever will. Fear, for instance, is pervasive. Each generation may deal with it differently, but it’s there in the tight clenching of the stomach, the bile in the throat. It never ever changes. American soldiers may sign up for patriotic or economic reasons, but when the bullets start flying, soldiers generally just fight for one another and it’s pretty uncomplicated. There is a great deal of dedication from people across varying backgrounds. There are differences, too. The soldier of the mid-20th century on is much more accustomed to being well fed, well clothed and equipped with the best weapons and complementary equipment than his 19th century counterpart. The expectation of the guy on the frontier might have been to make do, but that is no longer the case. photo by B.A. Rupert

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Missouri S&T Magazine: How has fighting and strategy changed through the years? McManus: Fighting is always impacted by fire power. But at the end of the day, the average soldier on the battlefield is still the person who determines the outcome of the war. In spite of all of this incredible range of fire power, including nuclear weapons, it still comes down to a guy with a rifle in his hands. That hasn’t changed throughout history and I don’t think it’s ever going to change. Missouri S&T Magazine: What role, if any, does public perception play in strategy on the battlefield? Was the Vietnam War the first to show the average American graphic images of the loss of life?


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U.S. soldiers through the years

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McManus: Interestingly it wasn’t. In the 1860s, 100 years before, a couple of photographers, Alexander Gardner and Matthew Brady, went out and photographed the dead on the Antietam battlefield very soon after the battle. It was a horrible battle…still the bloodiest day in American history. Their photographs had an electric impact in the North when they were displayed. People in New York City were truly shocked. They had been raised on tales of guns and trumpets and they never considered what war really was. Vietnam just takes that older concept to another level because of the medium of television, especially color television. Seeing something in black and white has a different impact than full color. Think of how you react seeing the grainy black-and-white images of World War II versus the vivid living-color images of Vietnam and subsequent wars. It’s more real to you. In the Vietnam War, there was a graphic nature and people were shocked. If there was any uncertainty over whether the war was worth it or whether we needed to be there or what we were actually doing, these images had a pretty serious negative effect on public opinion. It’s horrible, but it’s needed in a free and open society so that people really understand what war is. Missouri S&T Magazine: It seems like patriotism among the average American was stronger during World War II than today. McManus: Most of our wars have been unpopular with a significant segment of society. For instance, the Revolutionary War. A third of the population was dead-set against it. Another third was kind of favorable toward the Patriot cause, but didn’t want to get involved. They wished there wasn’t a war. Seen in that context, World War II was just a unique moment in American history. There was a kind of unity among society. People interpret patriotism differently. Some would argue opposing war is being patriotic because they don’t think war is good for our

Vietnam

Desert Storm

country. War has always been unpopular to some extent. It’s inevitable in a big, fractious country like this. Missouri S&T Magazine: What made WWII unique? McManus: We were attacked at Pearl Harbor and that is indisputable. There was no doubt. We knew who did it, why they did it and what needed to be done to them. People were in agreement. They realized that the Nazis and the Japanese fascists were a big threat to the United States and we needed to fight, like it or not. Prior to Pearl Harbor, Americans were a bit complacent. They didn’t like the Nazis and they didn’t like what the Japanese were doing in China, but that was “over there.” We didn’t have to worry. Of course, that all changed. Missouri S&T Magazine: In today’s global society, why do young men and women continue to choose military service? McManus: Economics is always a reason, but it goes deeper than that. There is a desire to prove oneself as free and mature; to demonstrate independence. Some are seeking a challenge; others want to do something that is bigger than they are. Patriotism, of course, is a strong reason. Young people tend to be idealistic. And young folks fight wars. It has nearly always been that way. McManus has published seven books on military history. His latest work, The 7th Infantry Regiment: Combat in an Age of Terror: The Korean War Through the Present, was published in May. This spring, McManus received the 2008 Missouri Conference on History Book Award and, in 2007, History News Network named McManus one of America’s Top Young Historians. Visit magazine.mst.edu to read the full transcript of our interview with McManus.

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story by Lance Feyh (lfeyh@mst.edu)

The patrons at McDonald’s have noticed us. A few of them eventually come over to thank the two uniformed soldiers at our table for their service. What these civilians don’t realize is that a third soldier at our table, an older gentleman in plain clothes, is an honest-toGod general who started his service to the country during World War II. “A lot of people have known me and never knew I was a general,” says retired Maj. Gen. Robert Bay, CE’49. “But at church, there is one Marine colonel, and when he sees me he still says, ‘Good morning, general.’” We traveled up here to Sullivan, the half-way point between Rolla and St. Louis, to meet Bay at the McDonald’s. Cadet Michael Tollison, a senior in mechanical engineering, and Capt. Chad Pense, assistant professor of military science at Missouri S&T, listen respectfully as Bay answers my questions and tells stories. Currently, Bay is telling us a story about being a 17-year-old soldier who didn’t know much about the pecking order in the U.S. Army. During his first week, he was assigned to a mess hall. He was aggravated to find out that, for the time being, he was supposed to be serving as a waiter. “I didn’t know much about ranks yet,” he says. “This officer was motioning me to come over, and I ignored him. Turns out, he was the company commander, a colonel.” The company commander was not happy when Bay finally went over to the table. “I told him I joined the Army to be a soldier, not a waiter,” Bay says. “Luckily, everybody laughed. That’s how my career started.”

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Bay spent the end of World War II in the Philippines. He helped build a training camp at the site where the Bataan Death March had ended earlier in the war. The first task was to Bay at the beginning move the bodies of of his military career. Americans who had died during that march and were buried at the site. Japanese prisoners of war were used to move the bodies to a U.S. military cemetery in Manila. After the war, Bay took advantage of the GI Bill and came back to Rolla to finish his degree in civil engineering. Then he resumed his career with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. All told, he served more than 39 years on active duty and in the reserves. His final assignment was as commander of the 416th Engineer Command. Cadet Tollison is listening to Bay intently now. Tollison will graduate this December and then embark on a full-time military career. He admits to us, at one point, that he wouldn’t mind being a general one day himself. “I’d like to make it to general,” he says. “I like to be in charge. But, first, I know I have to be a good follower for quite a while.” Tollison was an Army brat. Not long after 9-11, he looked up Afghanistan on a map of the world. He knew that he wanted to be a military man, just like his father, a colonel, and his grandfather, a Vietnam veteran. At Missouri S&T, Tollison tells us, “any time I have to spare has been spent on ROTC. ... I really wanted to do well in ROTC, so I put extra time in it.”


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Right now, there are about 65 cadets who are active in Missouri S&T’s ROTC program, according to Pense. The university also has an Air Force ROTC program. When Bay was in college, ROTC was mandatory for young men. “The rest of us were veterans on the GI Bill,” he says. “We all wore surplus Army clothes to school.” Lots of things have changed. Bay points out that today’s military is made up entirely of volunteers, like Tollison and Pense, who want to serve. He also thinks women have brought new skills and experiences that need to be utilized. “We have the smartest - Maj. Gen. military in the history of the world,” he says. “They have to be smarter. They handle complex systems. ... In my day, battle lines were drawn. You worried about terrain. There were tanks, guns and ships. It was easy to know who was shooting at you. We knew where the battlefield was.” But much of what goes on in the military is still familiar enough that these soldiers have a lot in common and a lot to talk about, regardless of what generation they come from. Besides, Tollison, Pense and I can’t get enough of Bay’s stories. When he first became a general, the Army sent him to the Pentagon to learn how to act like a general. “I was at the Pentagon for orientation, a charm school for generals,” Bay says, laughing. “While I was there I discovered that an office was reserved for Gen. Omar Bradley to use on his rare visits to Washington. Somehow, I found out that he was present that day and I got to meet him. It was a highlight in my military career.” Bradley was a five-star general, the highest rank attainable in the U.S. Army. He told Bay that the key to success was to lead by example and to let your actions demonstrate that you care about soldiers. “I never forgot those words,” Bay says. By the end of his career, Bay, like Bradley, had earned the Distinguished Service Medal. In addition to his military service, Bay worked for the City of St. Louis, Laclede Steel Co. and Black & Veach.

He worked on the design of the World Trade Center, the construction of the Chain of Rocks Canal and Locks project, and the expansion of the Howard Bend Pumping Station. He is a former president of the university’s alumni association and past president of the Academy of Civil Engineers at Missouri S&T. A founding member of the UM Alumni Alliance, Bay is a generous supporter of his alma mater, contributing 58 years in a row. Bay is now retired, of course, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have anything to do. He went on mission trips to Kenya twice in the past two years to develop water supply Robert Bay sources and provide medical assistance. Upon the conclusion of our interview in Sullivan, Bay announces that he needs to head back up Interstate 44 for a meeting. It’s time for Pense, Tollison and me to go back to Rolla. As we are leaving the McDonald’s, a stranger sees the uniforms and stops Capt. Pense and Cadet Tollison in the parking lot to thank them for their service – and much of their service to America still lies ahead of them. Meanwhile, Bay slips into his vehicle without attracting, or commanding, any attention. The general drives off in the other direction, accompanied by a lifetime of honor, accomplishment and memories.

“A lot of people have known me and never knew I was a general.”

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around campus

Hydrogen power on display photos by B.A. Rupert

Missouri S&T’s Hydrogen Fueling Station and E3 Commons had its public debut on Aug. 19 during a coast-to-coast tour of several hydrogen cars from eight major car companies.

A map of the nation’s hydrogen fueling stations shows the facilities dotting both coastlines. But you’ll see only one dot in the Midwest. That fueling station happens to be on Missouri S&T’s new E3 Commons. The site was a stop for several futuristic cars on a coastto-coast road trip last August to showcase hydrogen as an alternative energy solution. The tour, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Transportation and eight car companies, gave the campus the chance to show off a bit of its own alternative energy initiatives. The Aug. 19 event served as the public debut for the hydrogen fueling station and hydrogen shuttle buses, as well as the E3 Commons’ building, where future research and student activities will take place. A structure made up of two recycled shipping containers will house Missouri S&T’s EcoCAR Challenge Team, which will re-engineer a Saturn VUE over the next three years as part of an international design competition called “EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge.” The S&T group is one of two teams in the challenge selected to receive a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain. Other teams will be working with fully electric, range-extended electric, hybrid and plug-in hybrid propulsion systems.

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A familiar face for financial assistance

Baker award for Stephen Raper

Accolades for ME’s Ming Leu

For years, she recruited students. Now she’s helping them with their finances. Lynn Stichnote, Missouri S&T’s former director of admissions, became director of student financial assistance on Sept. 16. Stichnote replaced Bob Whites, who retired after 29 years on the job. Stichnote joined the Missouri S&T staff in 1989. “As a first-generation college student, I always wanted the opportunity to ensure that more students could afford a college degree,” she says.

The American Society for Engineering Education has recognized Stephen A. Raper, EMgt’85, MS EMgt’87, PhD EMgt’89, for his service to engineering management by presenting him with the Merl Baker Award. Raper, an associate professor of engineering management and systems engineering, received the award during ASEE’s annual meeting held in June in Pittsburgh. The award is named for the former Missouri S&T dean and chancellor who presided over a previous name change, from MSM to UMR in 1964.

Ming Leu, the Keith and Pat Bailey Missouri Distinguished Professor of Integrated Product Manufacturing, was named the newest fellow of the International Academy of Production Engineering during the academy’s general assembly, held in August in Manchester, England. In June, he received the Hideo Hanafusa Outstanding Investigator Award in Flexible Automation during the 2008 International Symposium on Flexible Automation in Atlanta.

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Doctor No. 200 Naresh Sharma’s Ph.D. research on predicting and reducing warranty costs will likely benefit many companies in the future. But for now, it has helped Sharma earn a historic degree. In July, Sharma became the 200th person to receive a Ph.D. from Missouri S&T’s engineering management and systems engineering department. Sharma, PhD EMgt’08, successfully defended his dissertation, Naresh Sharma (left) and Madison Daily (right) which defines a new method to predict product warranty costs early in a product’s development, on July 29. Sharma has developed a new approach to Genichi Taguchi’s quality loss function, a mathematical formula that estimates the financial value of customers’ increasing dissatisfaction as product performance decreases. Sharma simplifies the approach and makes it more consistent by combining Taguchi’s three methodologies into one new function. The 200th Ph.D. comes 24 years after the engineering management department awarded its first Ph.D. to Madison Daily, PhD EMgt’84, who is now a professor emeritus in the department. “This is a significant milestone in the long and proud history of this department,” says William Daughton, chair of engineering management and systems engineering. “It illustrates the excellent scholarly work that we do.”

London calling When the British Broadcasting Corp. decided to explore what voters in the heart of America were thinking about the presidential election, they selected Missouri S&T as the site for a town hall-style forum that was broadcast worldwide on the BBC World Service radio program Newshour. The forum, held on Sept. 5, featured a panel made up of two U.S. representatives from Missouri (one from each major party) as well as a political science professor and a radio journalist from Springfield, Mo. The BBC’s Robin Lustig served as moderator as audience members questioned panelists on everything from energy policy to the future of education. “The voters of Missouri are an unusually canny lot,” the BBC reported. “In every single presidential election since 1904 (with just one exception), they have voted for the winning candidate.” As this magazine went to press, Missouri’s election results were finally made official. By only 0.1 percent, McCain won Missouri, making this the second exception to Missouri’s bellwether status. Check out the BBC report and audio of the forum online at news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7599724.stm.

Supermodelers

What do you get when you combine a team of seven students, one staff advisor, aerial photography and Google? A 3-D model of the Missouri S&T campus and the designation “supermodeler.” The students spent hours creating 3-D models of campus using Google software tools as part of an international competition sponsored by Google. The payoff came in July when the team learned it was one of nine winners of the 2008 International Model Your Campus Competition. Using Google SketchUp, a 3-D modeling program, and Photoshop, the team used highresolution aerial photography and floor plans of the campus to construct 3-D models of each building. Rules required the models to be accurate in scale and location, to focus on important identifying details, and to contain textures devoid of visual noise like trees, cars and people. A panel of industry experts selected the winners. The Missouri S&T team consisted of four architectural engineering students (Matt Knuth, Nick Salmons, Adam Benzabeh and Chris Krueger), two computer engineering majors (Nick Thomson and Dan Welty) and one aerospace engineering major (Zack Geiser). Their advisor was Glenn Cotita, a space planning technician in the campus’s physical facilities department. Cotita hopes to use the models developed for the competition to construct an online campus map that prospective students and their parents can use to take a virtual tour of Missouri S&T. View the winning entries online at contest.sketchup.com/intl/en/08results.php.

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A free-wheeling solution to poverty

Harvesting grains is hard work in developing countries, and Michelle Marincel wants to help.

Pearl millet, a hardy grain that is abundant in even the harshest regions of Africa and India, is a staple for many of the world’s poorest people. But removing the edible seed from the chaff is hard work. Traditional threshing techniques usually involve women pounding the plant with mortar and pestle. Over the summer, Michelle Marincel, NucE’06, MS EnvE’08, helped design an ergonomic threshing machine to provide some relief to that back-breaking work. She was part of a group of students chosen to attend the International Development Design Summit at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The students joined professors and professionals in groups of 10 to work on projects aimed at addressing issues related to poverty. “A researcher provided panicles of pearl millet for us to roll up our sleeves and destroy as we struggled to understand the best way to remove the grains from the stalk,” says Marincel. “Ultimately, we discovered the physics behind millet threshing. We tried numerous iterations of threshing devices. We tried using rubber, brushes, vacuums, centrifuges and many odd materials to remove the grain.” They hit upon creating a machine that works like a bicycle. “The key we discovered is hitting the grains at high speeds in the right direction,” she says. “Our idea is that a woman on a bicycle could carry, on her back, an extra wheel for the purpose of threshing. When she reaches the field, she could turn her bicycle upside down and change out the back wheel for threshing. This gives mobility to harvesting.” Marincel says members of her group will stay in touch in order to prepare the bicycle thresher for field tests. More information is available at www.iddsummit.org and milllet.wetpaint.com.

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A lean, green manufacturing machine When corporate America first started talking about lean manufacturing in the 1980s and 1990s, they were looking at ways to cut costs while maintaining customer satisfaction. These days, companies are also interested in portraying themselves as environmentally conscious, but are concerned about the costs associated with green initiatives. According to two Missouri S&T researchers, manufacturers can be both lean and green by incorporating processes designed to conserve energy and minimize environmental impact with a lean manufacturing philosophy. Elizabeth Cudney, PhD EMgt’06, and Katie Grantham Lough, AE’02, MS AE’03, PhD AE’05, discussed the benefits of

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meshing lean manufacturing with green initiatives during the Institute of Industrial Engineers’ 2008 Operational Excellence Conference and Expo held in Minneapolis in September. “Going green is a must for companies to stay in business,” says Cudney, an assistant professor of engineering management at Missouri S&T. “While the stigma of green initiatives is that they are costly and uneconomical, that is simply no longer true.” At the conference, Cudney and Grantham Lough, an assistant professor of interdisciplinary engineering, discussed how industries can link green initiatives to cost-saving manufacturing practices and calculate return on investment for alternative or renewable power systems.

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Building an energy superhighway Missouri S&T researchers are part of a new research effort that aims to transform the nation’s power grid into an Internet of sorts for energy – a grid that will speed renewable electric-energy technologies into every home and business. Missouri S&T is one of five U.S. universities in the National Science Foundation’s Energy Research Center for Future Renewable Electric Energy Delivery and Management (FREEDM) Systems. The initiative was unveiled in September and is led by North Carolina State University. Universities in Germany and Switzerland are also involved. The center will develop technology that transforms the nation’s century-old, centralized power grid into an alternative-energy-friendly network that can easily store and distribute energy from solar panels, wind farms, fuel cells and other sources. The effort fits well with Missouri S&T’s expertise in power engineering, says Mariesa Crow, the Fred W. Finley Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and director of the university’s Energy Research and Development Center. Crow is Missouri S&T’s lead researcher on the project. Joining her are Badrul Chowdhury, Keith Corzine, Mehdi Ferdowsi and Jonathan Kimball, all on the electrical and computer engineering faculty, and Bruce McMillin, professor of computer science.

Hydrogen: the hype and the hope photo by B.A. Rupert

You probably won’t be able to drive down the highway in your own non-polluting vehicle that runs on hydrogen power any time soon. Nor will you be powering your whole house with hydrogenbased technology in the coming years. Someday soon, though, you might own a cell phone equipped with a hydrogenpowered fuel cell instead of a battery. The cell phone would come with an insert-ready hydrogen pack and a small solar array for charging. “We need to be realistic about what we can and can’t do with hydrogen right now,” says Scott Grasman, associate professor of engineering management. “In addition to some of the more Buck Rogers things that might happen in the future, we need to study some of the things we can do in the short term.” Grasman is one of the lead researchers working on a Missouri S&T study called “Hydrogen Fuel Cell Analysis: Lessons Learned from Stationary Power Generation” for the U.S. Department of Energy. The technology necessary to produce hydrogenpowered vehicles that only emit water does exist, but those kinds of vehicles are not

feasible for every day drivers right now, according to Grasman. The main drawback is cost. Grasman says vehicles that run totally on hydrogen fuel cell technology currently cost anywhere from $50,000 to $1 million. Grasman’s group is looking at ways to use hydrogen for more economically feasible uses, such as energizing back-up power generators, forklifts, various types of military equipment and consumer electronic items, including cell phones. Working with Grasman on the DOE project are Fathi Dogan, professor of materials science and engineering; Umit Koylu, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering; K.B. Lee, professor of chemical engineering; and John Sheffield, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering. Grasman has also played around with the idea of using hydrogen fuel cell technology in toys. In fact, he’s got a small hydrogen car and a toy hydrogen rocket in his office. He says these kinds of gadgets will help the public understand how hydrogen technology works.

Scott Grasman, associate professor of engineering management, researches economical ways to use hydrogen.

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A shirt of a different color

by John Kean (jkean@mst.edu)

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Sophomore Bridget Williams is the easiest volleyball player to find on the floor. Just look for the player wearing a differentcolored jersey. Williams wears that jersey because she is the Lady Miners’ libero, a player who serves for the most part as a defensive specialist. While a team is limited to 12 substitutions during each set, the libero has unlimited entries. “Our job is to play defense in place of the front-line players,” she explains. “Since a lot of our outside hitters can play on the back row, it’s usually going to be for a middle blocker.” Except for a short stint as setter during high school, Williams has served as libero throughout her volleyball career, which began in the sixth grade in Topeka, Kan. She was one of 13 incoming freshmen who started the current Lady Miner volleyball program in 2007 and ranked 11th in the Great Lakes Valley Conference her first year with an average of

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4.4 digs per game. Through the end of September this year, Williams, a recipient of the Brackhahn Athletic Scholarship, was third in the GLVC in that department. But her contributions have not been limited to defense. During her freshman year she led Missouri S&T in service aces and has 36 in two seasons, the most by any player on the squad. Williams has also taken on a leadership role with the team, serving as co-captain this year. “It was an honor to be selected,” Williams says. “It’s a situation where I can be a leader for our team. We have a group of players that are close, but if they have a question for our coach or need someone to go to him with something, then I’m not afraid to go ask on their behalf.” And without a doubt, the Lady Miners know exactly where to find her. She’s the one wearing the different-colored jersey.


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Lady Miner volleyball team ranks among top 20 in attendance

Missouri S&T ranks tops in conference

The Missouri S&T volleyball team was ranked 16th in the nation in NCAA Division II in home attendance during its first season of competition in 2007. The Lady Miners averaged 443 fans per home contest, which was the best mark in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. S&T had two crowds of at least 1,000 fans during the season, including the 13th-best single-game mark of the season with 1,200 spectators at the home opening victory over Drury. Missouri S&T had a total attendance of 5,311 fans in its 12 home matches, the highest net figure in the GLVC for the year. The national leader in home attendance was the University of Nebraska-Kearney with an average of 1,195 spectators per match, while Southwest Minnesota State and Washburn were second and third, respectively.

Missouri S&T is the top-ranked institution in the Great Lakes Valley Conference and among the top 20 schools in NCAA Division II for the second straight year in the National Collegiate Scouting Association rankings. The Miners are ranked 19th in the 2008 listing. The NCSA rankings rate colleges and universities at the NCAA Division I, II and III levels by averaging the U.S. News & World Report ranking, the U.S. Sports Academy Directors’ Cup ranking and the NCAA student-athlete graduation rate. A total of 291 institutions compete at the NCAA Division II level. The collegiate power rankings based off of the U.S. Sports Academy Directors’ Cup rating evaluate the strength of NCAA athletic departments, while the U.S. News & World Report rating recognizes institutions of academic excellence. The student-athlete graduation rates are based on those provided by the NCAA. This year’s top-ranked school is the University of California-San Diego. Missouri S&T was the top-ranked team in the GLVC in the 19th spot, with six other schools from the conference also finishing among the top 100. The others were the University of Missouri-St. Louis (24th), the University of Wisconsin-Parkside (39th), Quincy University (48th), Saint Joseph’s University (51st), Kentucky Wesleyan University (60th) and Drury University (92nd). Missouri S&T has been ranked among the top 100 schools in NCAA Division II in the NCSA rankings for the last three years. In addition to the collegiate power rankings, NCSA also provides recruiting education to high school athletic directors and coaches, as well as families of studentathletes who are interested in competing at the next level.

S&T softball players tour Austria Three members of the Missouri S&T softball program spent the summer touring Austria as part of a USA Athletes International softball squad. Head coach Don Kennedy, infielder Becky Davis, a junior in applied mathematics, and catcher Kassi Deibert, a sophomore in business and management systems, took part in the five-game tour of Austria as part of a national team that had several players with ties to the Midwest. That team was coached by Saint Louis University head coach John Conway and included two players from his own squad, Northwestern University pitcher Lauren Delaney and University of MissouriSt. Louis catcher Casey Dierkes. “This was a great cultural experience for Kassi Deibert (far left) and Becky Davis (far right) participated in the USA everyone involved,” Kennedy says. “Not only Athletes International softball squad did we get a chance to see how softball is in in Austria. another part of the world, but we got to experience how the people live there as well.” The U.S. team won all five of the games it played in Austria, including a win in a game against the country’s national team. In addition, the travel party got to see a number of sights in both Austria and the Czech Republic, including the home of Mozart, a World War II prison camp, and the St. Vitus Cathedral in Prague that took more than 600 years to build. “I can remember Becky saying one time that we should have our own architectural engineers come over and see what this is like,” Kennedy says. “This is the sort of trip I would recommend to any student-athlete who has the chance to do it.”

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HOMECOMING 2008 • OCTOBER 17-20

SATURDAY

Photos by B.A. Rupert and Bob Phelan/Photomasters

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Alumni Awards During Homecoming, the Miner Alumni Association honored a select group of alumni for their accomplishments and their devotion to the association, the campus and students. Selected from an impressive list of nominees, these awardees represent some of our most talented and dedicated alumni, faculty and staff. Chancellor John F. Carney III and Perrin Roller, president of the alumni association, are pictured with the recipients. Alumni Merit Award

Other Awards Outstanding Student Advisor Awards Ralph E. Flori, PetE’79, PetE’81, PhD PetE’87 Anne M. Maglia

Cheryl D.S. Walker, EE’86

Robert W. Whites

Ralph E. Wolfram, EE’50

Distinguished Young Alumni Award

Jeffrey D. Smith, MS CerE’91, PhD CerE’93 Richard W. Stephenson Class of 1942 Excellence in Teaching Award Michael Bruening Joe Mooney Distinguished Student Award

William H. Allen Jr., ChE’97

Francisco A. Perez-Sandi, ME’00

Esther Kwabea Walker, EE’94, MS EMgt’95

Frank H. Mackaman Volunteer Service Award

Alumni Admissions Ambassador of the Year

Alumni Achievement Award

Taylor Hahn

Section Awards Outstanding Section Award

Stephen A. Wright, ME’68, ME’70

Robert R. Morrison Jr., EMgt ‘71*

Paul R. Stricker, LSci’82 Kansas City Section*

Robert V. Wolf Alumni Service Award

K. Daniel Hinkle, EMgt’73*

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*Jenny Bayless is pictured with Robert R. Morrison Jr. Dottye Wolf, widow of Robert V. Wolf, ME’51, MS ME’52, is pictured with K. Daniel Hinkle and Wayne Huebner. Elaine Russell is pictured with Kenneth Bandelier, EE’97, of the Kansas City Section and David Bufalo, CE’66, of the Rocky Mountain Section.

Phoenix Award

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A centennial celebration

35 years later, building takes originally planned name When alumni got together more than four decades ago to launch the university’s first major fundraising campaign, they set a goal of completing a new building in time for the campus’s centennial celebration in 1970. They didn’t quite make their goal. Though the alumni raised more than $500,000 in private gifts for the $2 million construction project, the building wasn’t completed until December 1972. By then all the 100th anniversary hoopla had faded into memory. The building eventually became known as University Center-East. Today, the building houses classrooms and administrative offices and no longer serves as a student and alumni center. So this fall, campus officials renamed the building Centennial Hall, in honor of the original intent and to honor the wishes of the campus’s first major donors. That original capital campaign “was the beginning of an era” in which alumni and student support would play a more prominent role in campus construction, says Robert Bay, CE’49, who served on the Centennial Campaign Committee. Bay and fellow campaign committee member Richard Bauer, ChE’51, returned to campus over Homecoming to attend a reception in their honor at the newly christened Centennial Hall. According to Bauer, the steering committee consisted of class-year representatives recruited by Joseph Mooney, who attended S&T in the 1930s but never graduated. Mooney became a successful insurance salesman in University City, Mo., and eventually became that town’s mayor. He would host planning meetings over lunch in his office, and his recruits would call their classmates for donations. “There was nobody who was a champion for giving like Joe Mooney,” says Bay. Bauer said he was happy to donate to the cause. “I felt a sense of giving back” to the campus, he says. Even though the total funds raised – $570,000 – is small by today’s standards, Bauer and Bay believe that initial campaign was a testimony to the generosity of that generation of alumni. “This building is a testimony of where the university stands in the eyes of alumni,” says Bay.

Toomey Hall dedication postponed The dedication ceremony of Toomey Hall, originally scheduled for Homecoming, was postponed and will be rescheduled for April 2009.

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Dye scholarship recipients pictured with Marianne Ward of the alumni association from left to right: Michael Anderson, Bobby Austin, Eric Hoffmann, Cody Rogers and Jessica Austin.

Dye scholarship Marianne Ward, executive vice president of the Miner Alumni Association, presented the Robert E. Dye Mining Engineering Scholarships this fall to the following mining engineering students: Michael Anderson, a junior; Bobby Austin, a junior; Jessica Austin, a junior; Eric Hoffmann, a junior; and Cody Rogers, a freshman. The endowment was established through the Miner Alumni Association in 1960 by a gift from Mrs. Vachel McNutt ’10 in memory of her second husband, Robert E. Dye ’12, for scholarships in the mining engineering department.

Miner Alumni Association represents and serves more than 50,000 graduates and former students. Today’s association carries on the proud tradition of support to Missouri S&T, providing aid to campus faculty, staff and students.

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Student organizations receive funding The student organization funding subcommittee of the Miner Alumni Association’s Student and Young Alumni Relations Committee gave $4,170 to the following student organizations for fall 2008: • Catholic Newman Center, Baptist Student Union, Wesley House, Christian Campus Fellowship, Lutheran Student Fellowship, and LDSSA: $600 • Engineers Without Borders: $500 • Solar House Team: $500 • Formula SAE Team: $100 • Panhellenic Council: $500 • Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow: $1,970

Association adds endowments The Miner Alumni Association board of directors added two new endowments during its Oct. 18 meeting: the Lawrence A. Spanier Scholarship Fund and the Benson Electric Engineering Scholarship. The committee also approved revisions to the Oberbeck Family Scholarship and to the St. Pat’s Fund.


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2009 ST. PAT’S SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Monday, March 2 – Wednesday, March 4 All day - Snake Invasion, Missouri S&T campus

Monday, March 9 Noon - Follies, at the Puck

Tuesday, March 10 Noon - Follies, at the Puck

Wednesday, March 11 11:45 a.m. - Pine Street Procession Noon - Court Arrival, Welcome Follies, Rolla Downtown Bandshell, 9th and Oak streets near the railroad tracks 7 p.m. - Fraternal Order of Leaders (FOL) Casino Night, Gale Bullman Multi-Purpose Building, 10th Street and Bishop Avenue

Thursday, March 12 11 a.m. - Gonzo Games, Fraternity Row Fields, located on Fraternity Drive

Friday, March 13 11 a.m. - Gonzo Games, Fraternity Row Fields, located on Fraternity Drive 6 p.m. - Honorary Knights Banquet, Havener Center 9 p.m. - Coronation and Knighting Ceremony, Leach Theatre of Castleman Hall, 10th and Main streets

Saturday, March 14 6 a.m. - Street Painters Breakfast, undisclosed location 7 a.m. - Pine Street turns green 8:30-11 a.m. - Pre-Parade Party, Alumni Lounge inside Castleman Hall, 10th and Main streets. All alumni, their families and guests are invited to attend this event sponsored by the Miner Alumni Association. Complimentary coffee, juice and cinnamon rolls will be served. Beer, Mimosas and Bloody Marys will be available at a cash bar. 11 a.m. - Parade, downtown Rolla on Pine Street Noon - 2 p.m. - Post-Parade Party, Alumni Patio outside Castleman Hall, 10th and Main streets. All alumni, their families and guests are invited to stop by for free pizza, soda and dollar beer. Pizza will be served on a first-come, first-served basis until it runs out. 1 p.m. - Grateful Board Concert, Rolla Downtown Bandshell, 9th and Oak streets near the railroad tracks (band to be announced) 5 p.m. - Doors open for St. Pat’s Concert, Gale Bullman Multi-Purpose Building (band to be announced) 10th Street and Bishop Avenue 6 p.m. - St. Pat’s Grand Ball sponsored by Coterie, St. Pat’s Ballroom, Havener Center 6 p.m. - Cocktail Hour 7 p.m. - Dinner 8 p.m. - Dance, featuring a live band. Tickets are $45 per person. Tables of up to eight may be reserved in advance until Friday, March 6. For more information, or to make reservations, please visit thestpatsball.com

2009

St. Pat’s 101st Best Ever St. Pat’s Celebration All alumni are invited to attend the St. Pat’s pre-parade party from 8:30-11 a.m. on Saturday, March 14, at the Alumni Lounge in Castleman Hall, 10th and Main streets. Last year, more than 300 alumni and friends stopped by for hot cinnamon rolls and beverages, and we want this 101st event to be bigger and better than ever. Make plans to travel to Rolla for St. Pat’s or attend one of the section events in your area. Help keep the St. Pat’s tradition alive. Complimentary coffee, juice and cinnamon rolls will be served. Beer, Mimosas and Bloody Marys will be available at a cash bar.

Post-Parade Party Following the St. Pat’s parade on March 14, all alumni, their families and guests are invited to come to the Alumni Patio outside Castleman Hall, 10th and Main streets. Last year, more than 1,000 alumni and friends attended the celebration. Sponsored by the Miner Alumni Association, 101 pizzas and soda will be served and dollar beer will be available.

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Alumni gather for Federal Legislative Day in D.C. Alumni from all four campuses of the University of Missouri came together Sept. 16 in the Rayburn House Office Building in the U.S. Capitol to greet Missouri’s federal legislators. President Gary Forsee addressed the group, thanking alumni for their support and thanking legislators for bringing funding to the university. Missouri S&T had 13 alumni in attendance: Dave Bryant ’70; Ken Cage ’63, ’66; Sara Chiado ’01; David Dajc ’96; Lindsay Epstein ’06; Gary Forsee ’72; Brad Fulton ’88; Eric Hoehn ’86; Lance Killoran ’72; Roland Koenig ’06; Carolyn Krahn ’07; Chris Mayberry ’98; Bill Stein ’79; Marianne Ward, executive vice president of the Miner Alumni Association; and Chancellor John F. Carney III.

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Alumni take leadership roles in association During its annual Homecoming meeting on Oct. 18, the Miner Alumni Association approved the following new members: President: Perrin Roller, GeoE’80 President-elect: Susan Rothschild, CSci’74 Vice president: Ernest Banks, ChE’81 John Eash, AE’79 Rich Eimer, EE’71 John Frerking, CE’87 Robert Scanlon, MetE’73 Jon Vaninger, EE’63 Treasurer: Jerry Bayless, CE’59 Secretary: Keith Wedge, GGph’70 Geographic area directors: (Area 6) Art Giesler, ME’77 Representing Louisiana, north Texas (Area 8) Tom Feger, CE’69 Representing central Illinois (Areas 10-18) Polly Hendren, EMgt’73 Representing Missouri, Illinois and central St. Louis metro area

The following directors-at-large have agreed to continue to serve: Helene Hardy Pierce, EMgt’83 John Remmers, MetE’84 The following area directors have agreed to continue to serve: (Area 5, Ohio and Michigan) Henry Brown, CE’68 (Areas 10-18) Marylou Legsdin, Engl’90 Student directors (appointed): Andrew Ronchetto, Student Council president Leyla Gardner, Student Union Board president Rakesh Gudavarthy, Council of Graduate Students president Thank you to the following retiring members of the Miner Alumni Association board of directors and committee chairs for their dedication and loyalty to the alumni association and Missouri S&T: Marvin Borgmeyer, ChE’74, Area 6 director Mike Hurst, CE’74, Areas 10-18 director Todd Rastorfer, CE’98, Area 21 director Janet Wickey-Spence, GGph’85, committee chair

Minimum endowment level to increase Jan. 1 Currently alumni and friends may establish an endowment through the Miner Alumni Association with a minimum gift of $5,000, which will provide about $250 annually to a scholarship recipient. You can provide a gift that’s invested permanently and distributes up to 5 percent of its value every year. Effective Jan. 1, 2009, the minimum will increase to $15,000. A $15,000 endowment will award approximately $750 to a scholarship recipient each and every year. Please contact Marianne Ward in the alumni office at 573-341-4145, or mward@mst.edu for more information or to establish an endowment.


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Miner Pride

We got spirit, yes we do! The Miner Alumni Association hit the road last year with a new Miner Pride program, focused on talking with alumni to find out what gives them pride in their alma mater. After speaking with sections across the United States, they learned Missouri S&T alumni believe that an S&T degree is as good or better than that of a private institution. For alumni, that feeling of pride began when they were students and was fostered by their academic departments and social organizations. Once settled into their careers, alumni’s sense of pride was nurtured by being recognized as a prepared, hands-on, go-to people. Here are a few of the many comments alumni shared:

– “I’m making a difference for the country by teaching those who defend it.” – “Missouri S&T prepared me very well to be able to contribute in a meaningful and productive way to the companies I’ve worked for.” – “I was better prepared than most. I can stand up to anyone and understand at a much greater depth.”

– “I could make a difference as a leader in my field.” – “Others respected where I went to school.” The corporate world has many reasons to respect Missouri S&T. Campus success stories – focused on design teams, cutting-edge research and prominent alumni – make their way into the news. Most alumni reported that this added to the sense of pride they felt for their alma mater. Here are a few of their comments:

– “People all around the country and world know this small university because of its engineering.” – “The recognition Missouri S&T has in my field.” – “How aggressively Missouri S&T grads are recruited by Fortune 500 companies.” What do you think? What gives you pride in your alma mater? To let your voice be heard, contact Elaine Russell at 573-341-4897 or email elainelr@mst.edu to bring the Miner Pride program to your section.

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Alumni, family and friends gather in 51 sections around the world. Here is a glimpse of their activities. Falls of the Ohio Sean Daly ’96 accepts the Little Mack 2008 award from the Air Capital Section. Pictured with Laura McLaughlin ’99, section vice president.

Jason Jeffries ’02, ’04 receives the Little Mack 2008 award from the Kansas City Section. Pictured with Marianne Ward, director of alumni and constituent relations.

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June 28 – Golf outing Midland Trail Golf Course – Louisville, Ky. Attendees included Dirk Gowin ’91, ’98; Gary Hamilton ’71; and John Lina ’63. July 19 – Baseball game Louisville Slugger Field – Louisville, Ky. Attendees included Bob O’Brien ’54 and son; Dirk ’91, ’98 and Nickie Gowin; Gary Hamilton ’71; Tom Phillips ’80; and Bob Morfeld ’69.

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June 14 – Cinco de Mayo celebration St. Arnold’s Brewery – Houston Attendees included Nick ’00 and Mary Ellen Ault; David ’84 and Jeannine ’83 Bardsley; Mick Bayer ’78; Wilfred ’72 and Julie Bertrand; Chris Buterbaugh ’07; Mark ’06 and Melissa ’06 Cox; Brenda Diaz ’82; George ’75 and Bonnie Dolson; Adil Godiwalla ’66; Dan ’73 and Delores ’75 Hinkle; Jim Honefenger ’77; Alison Ibendahl ’05; Matthew ’02 and Kate Kelly; Hugh ’60 and Patricia Logue; Ed May ’83, ’95; Jim ’67 and Carolyn Medlin; Riley Mieth ’08; Michael Morrison; Bob Pennington ’88; Russ Pfeifle ’74; Robert ’06 and Elizabeth (Owen) ’04 Rutherford; Justin ’99 and Melissa ’97 Ryan; Jeff ’80 and Pat (Klug) ’80 Sheets; Robert Shelley ’07; Nicole Talbot ’77; Herman ’60, Carol, and Jon Vacca; and Nick Valenti ’81.

Frank H. Mackaman Outstanding Section Volunteer Award Miner Alumni Association sections recognize their own members through the annual Frank H. Mackaman Outstanding Section Volunteer (Little Mack) Award for distinguished service to the section. Recipients are: Air Capital: Sean Daly ’96 Chicago: Tommy Mills ’02, ’04 Cincinnati-Dayton: Jay Jones ’71 Houston: Larry Ragsdale ’98 Kansas City: Jason Jeffries ’02, ’04 Lincolnland: Mark Martin ’68 Motor City: Ray Schaffart ’63, ’72

The Houston Section celebrates Cinco De Mayo.

Section Award Recipients 2008 Kansas City Section — Outstanding Section Award Serving more than 3,000 alumni in the Kansas City, Mo., area

Rocky Mountain Section — Phoenix Award Serving more than 1,000 alumni in the state of Colorado

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June 21 – Scholarship golf tournament Wolf Hollow Golf Club – Labadie, Mo. Attendees included Mark Abernathy ’81; John Alibert; Dave Amelotti; David Amelotti; Dan Amsden ’75; Dick Bauer ’51; Chris Beer; Bryan Bell ’88; Wayne Bennetsen ’41; Bob Berry ’72; Scott Bertelsmeyer ’98; Robert Bibb ’03; Bob Bieg Jr. ’78; Mike Borgard ’86; Rich Bradley ’88; Matt Bright; David Brinker; Steve Brunts ’78; Mike Brynac ’66; Ray Buehler ’07; Ken Busch ’72; Jim Calzone ’89; Lisa Cannon; Bryan Cassity ’86; Jack Cassity; Calvin Curdt ’74; Randy Dreiling ’81; Ron Dutton ’74; Matt Dwyer ’94; John Eash ’79, ’80; Tom Elgin ’84; Hank ’64, ’66 and Mary Fischer; Rick Gildehaus; A.J. Girondo ’01; Kent Goddard ’81; Scott Goddard; Ed Goetemann ’44; Rusty Goldammer ’78, ’79; Dave Gray; Chuck Grbcich ’88; Ray Green; Bennie Gregory; Ron Halbach ’65; Brian Hanson; Ed Hanstein ’71; Joe Hartman ’72, ’78; Michael Haynes ’78; John Haynes; Tom Herrmann ’50; Jeff Herzog ’92; Greg Hicks ’76, ’80; Dennis Hobbs; Robert Hoffmann ’81; Mark ’02 and Elizabeth ’04 Hopkins; Jeff Hughes; Mike Hutchinson; Ed Jantosik ’79; Jeff Jones; Keith Jozwiak; Phil Jozwiak ’66; Steve Kadyk ’99; Don Keller ’79; Bill Kennedy ’71; Len ’66, ’78 and Mary Kirberg; Nick Klapp; Jeff Kokal ’98, ’00; Ray Kollmeyer ’56; Keith Konradi ’72; Larry Krull ’88; Steve Lamitola ’99; Tobin Lichti; Lex Lindholm; John Lodderhose ’79, ’92; Bobby Lyerla; John McCarthy; Sean McDermott ’91, ’97; Paul Misch; Don Morris; Milt Murry ’64, ’80; John Murry; Joe Neyer ’78, ’81; Glen Pariani ’82; Zach Perry ’01, ’03; Troy Peterson ’96; Jon Press ’00; Chris Reeves ’04; Andy Richter ’03; Rich Roser ’81; Scott Rush; Tim Schmidt; Wayne Schmidt ’83, ’91; Jon Schneider ’87; Harry Scott ’44; Mike Shaffer; Tom Shilling ’80; Jeff Shiner ’98, ’05; Ken Stecher ’92; Gerry Stevenson ’59, ’63; Howard Stine ’67, ’70; Rob Sutton ’98, ’00; Mike Svoboda ’70, ’71; Dennis Tate ’92; Ray Tauser ’56; Steve Tauser; Andy Tayon ’80; Pete Telhorst ’88; Will Thompson; Chris Turner; Bill Vondera ’88; Jeff Waller ’92; Speedy Warner; Katie Weinkein ’03; Bob Welsch ’98, ’06; Jim Whetsel ’81, ’83; Doug Workman ’71; Dennis Yeh ’90; and Bob Zinselmeyer ’88. Missouri S&T representatives: Kirby Cannon, Dale Martin and Marianne Ward.

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Scholarship Golf Tournament

1st Place Team, A Flight:

2nd Place Team, B Flight:

Rick Gildehaus; Bobby Lyerla; Chris Beer; A.J. Girondo ’01

Ron Dutton ’74; Mike Shaffer; Speedy Warner; Paul Misch

1st Place Team, B Flight:

Super seniors:

Phil Jozwiak ’66; Chris Turner; Keith Jozwiak; Dave Gray

Dick Bauer ’51; Wayne Bennetsen ’41; Harry Scott ’44; Ed Goetemann ’44

Closest to pin: Bob Berry ’72; Bob Bieg Jr. ’78; Mike Hutchinson; Ken Stecher ’92

Longest drive (men’s): A.J. Girondo ’01

Longest drive (women’s): Mary Fischer

2nd Place Team, A Flight: Bill Vondera ’88; Lex Lindholm; Bennie Gregory; Tim Schmidt

Major sponsors included : Brinkmann Constructors, Charles Jarrell Contracting, Cochran Engineering and Surveying, Fred Weber Inc., and Susan Rothschild ’74

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Student send-off parties

We want your section news Submit your section news by April 6 to alumni@mst.edu for inclusion in the Summer 2009 issue.

Chicago Section, Elk Grove Village, Ill.

Air Capital Aug. 9 Randy ’76 and Liz Atkeisson residence – Wichita, Kan. Attendees included Randal ’76, Liz and Rustin Atkeisson; Jacob Barkley; Sean Daly ’96; Rob Davis ’01; Amanda, Bruce, Trish Gealy; Craig Goodloe ’04; Tony ’98, Laura ’99, Annabelle and Lillian McLaughlin; Robert Mosher III; Robert and Laura Mosher; and Thomas Scott ’94, ’99.

Alaska Air Capital Section, Wichita, Kan.

July 24 Von ’78 and Jan Cawvey residence – Anchorage, Alaska Attendees included Mike Brunstein ’90; Von ’78 and Jan Cawvey; Zachary Cawvey; Jenna Jeffryes; Greg Sanders ’86; Gerry Suellentrop ’81; Ken Thompson ’73; Craig Valentine ’62, ’64; and Theresa Williams ’98, ’02. Missouri S&T representative: Marianne Ward.

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Aug. 9 Magenta family home – Elk Grove Village, Ill. Attendees included Dan Aiken ’06; David Allen; Ian Christian; Amanda, Briana, Dominique and Yolanda Cook; Corie Glenn ’01; Jeremy Glenn ’03; Jayne Huseman ’02; Beth Kleekamp; Stephan ’99, Laura and Sophia Magenta; Steve and Lory Magenta; Tommy Mills ’02, ’04;

Krista Porterfield; Jeff, Debbie and Zack Purol; Ryan Toika; Ben Tullis; Bill and Brenda Tullis; Steve Ward; Benjamin and Karen Weideman; and Andrew, Eldon and Pat Wirtz. Missouri S&T representatives: Courtney Wallace and Marianne Ward.

Flint Hills Aug. 3 Puffy’s Steak and Ice House – Maple Hill, Kan. Attendees included Da Nella, Jeff and Kyle Anderson; Christian ’95, Christina ’95 and Sarah Cook; David Freise ’77; Mike and Shele Kuhn; Brittany and Dustin Schuh; and Bridget Williams.

Houston Aug. 2 Lori Stapp Crocker ’88 residence – Houston Attendees included Jeff Buck ’77; Ryan Brunkhorst; Nick Budler; Sandy Cesario; Lori Stapp Crocker ’88; Michelle and Rhonda Ekholm; Mike ’81 and Rosie Flannigan; Dan ’73 and Delores ’75 Hinkle; Tom ’66 and Loretta Holt; Alison Ibendahl ’05; Brian Koenig; Jim ’67 and Carolyn Medlin; Adam Scharf; Kyle and Kevin Sneed; Cherie Telker; William Ward; and Jennifer Wolf. Missouri S&T representatives: Bob Cesario and Elaine Russell.


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July 26 Jim ’74, ’75 and Ann Foil residence – Lees Summit, Mo. Attendees included Kenneth ’97, Cindy, Ashlyn, Austin, Leanna and Nicole Bandelier; David Baugher ’07; Kira Bluebaum ’06; Lu ’59 and Sammy Bolon; Eric Borcherding; Scott ’91 and Angie Fletcher; Dakota Fletcher; Jim ’74, ’75 and Ann Foil; Blake Hicks; Ashley Hobbie; Joe Hoff; Jason ’02, ’04, Shannon ’02, ’03 and Jack Jeffries; Ted Kelly ’77; Adam King; Bill McAllister ’76, ’78; Sean McKinzie; Carol and Stacy McLoud; Mark McNeal; Janet and Rudi Plattner; Dorothea Plattner; D.J. and Dillon Quint; Christina Ray; Joe ’59 and Mary Reichert; Andrew Sourk; Chad Stovall; Kevin and Cindy Stovall; James Van Acker ’98; Andrew Vance; Mike Welsh ’67; Patrick White; Robin Williams; and Justin Wylam ’03. Missouri S&T representative: Marianne Ward.

July 25 Steve ’81, ’86 and Ann Trower residence – Metamora, Ill. Attendees included Christopher Baker; Todd Braddy; Steve ’77 and Janet Burr; David ’03 and Kathleen ’05 Denney; Margaret Gardiner; Katherine Glee ’05; Tim Hand ’01; Jacob Larimore; Christy ’96, ’98 and Chris Lee; Alex and Julie Mathis; Chandeli Oliveira; Hope and Randy Mooberry; Igor Ramos; Seth, Alyssa and Leya Russell; Fred Stackley ’03; Steve ’81, ’86 and Ann Trower; Kristy ’98 and Steve Wolfe; and Aaron Young. Missouri S&T representative: Elaine Russell.

Kansas City Section, Lees Summit, Mo.

Lincolnland Aug. 3 Rich ’69 and Carolyn Berning residence – Springfield, Ill. Attendees included Clayton and Tom Akers; Rich ’69 and Carolyn Berning; Rich ’59 and Nancy Canady; Bill, Kim and Tracy Chestnut; Jerry ’64 and Marilyn Hoppe; Brian Larson; Michael Larson; Don, Jeanne and Tim Mallette; Ed ’69 and Anne Midden; Jerry ’70 and Mary Parsons; Laura Sakach ’89; Jeff, Nick and Sheila Stephens; and John ’69 and Paula Wiesenmeyer.

Houston Section, Houston

Motor City Aug. 2 Gibraltar Community Center Park – Gibraltar, Mich. Attendees included Ron Baker ’79; Brett Bradshaw; Joe Dickerson ’97; Randy Gieselman; Abby LaPreze; Joshua Manthei; Joe Long; Gretchen McCready; Megan McLain; Dale Morse ’79; Jeff ’00, Rebecca and Tyler Seaman; and Rebecca Steinman ’96.

Lincolnland Section, Springfield, Ill.

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Calgary, AB Canada

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July 12 – Plano Centre – Plano, Texas July 14 – Crowder College – Neosho, Mo. July 17 – Falls Park – Sioux Falls, S.D. July 22 – Edworthy Park – Calgary, Alberta, Canada Attendees included Brent ’02, Regina, Bella and Maya Baker; Gary Bartz; Peggy Behm; Laurie Behm ’84; Jeff Bledsoe ’82 and guests; Daniel Bohachick ’99; Don and Nancy Brackhahn; Glenn ’83 and Mindy ’84 Brand; Caleb Bredlow; Brian Call ’97, ’99; Preston Carney ’02, ’03; Doug ’91 and Karla Carroll; Steve Chodrick ’82; John Clay; Cody Dennis ’05; Neal Deshazo ’80; Fran ’79 and Kelvin ’78, ’79 Erickson; Steve Flowers ’82; Justin Gathright ’06; Cody Grothe; Gary ’62 and Judy Havener; Diane and Don Henke; Julie ’99, ’00, Landon and Kathryn Hirtz; David Hoffman ’65, ’67; Mike Janaske; Evelyn Jones; Zach Kahl; Byron ’52 and Mary Ann Keil; Steve Keuss ’72; Seth Ledbetter ’04; Adam Lewis; Eric ’96 and Tara Link; Ray Luechtefeld ’83; Gail Lueck ’02, ’03; Linda ’88, Michael, Curtis and Richard Madigan; Cody Massar; Larry ’73 and Donna Mayfield; Michelle Nichols; John and Peggy Oster; David Oswald ’05; Roger Phillips ’74; Chris Pieper ’08; Pat and Ann Pieper; Martin Prager ’55; Robert Rieffel; Tim Robillard ‘07; Rebecca Russell; Chris Rocker; John Schlensker ’55; Frank Schuh; B.J. Shrestha ’95; Ellis Smith ’55; Scott ’86, Kim and Josh Smith;

John Spencer ’67; Steve ’98 and Amie ’98 Squibb; Richard and Phyllis Steckel; Dave Steele ’50; Bill Stoll ’67; Roger Volk ’68; Rex Walker ’65; Scott Webb Jr.; Lawrence ’83, Anne ’83, Daniel, and Mark Welty; James Wilkerson ’04; Randall ’85, ’87, Madison and Ryan Wood; and Jeff Wooldridge ’01. Missouri S&T representatives: Diana Ahmad, Lisa Alderson, Andrew Careaga, Harvest Collier, Lance Feyh, Patty Frisbee, Laura Hall, Paul Hirtz ’95, ’97, ’02, Stacy Jones, Laura Kahl, Mindy Limback, Bob Phelan, Susan Robinson, Elaine Russell, Debbie Schatz, Tom Shipley, Mary Helen Stoltz ’95, John Tyler ’75, Marianne Ward, Warren K. Wray, C.H. Wu, Letha Young and the Missouri S&T Solar Car Team.

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3. 1. Bob, CE’71, and Kim Brinkmann enjoy the antics of emcee Brad Hornburg, CE’69, during the evening’s live auction. 2. Jane Ruby, Ron Morgan, EMgt’78, Solar Car Team member Nathan Steckel, Greg Kellerman, ME’82, and Becky Kellerman enjoy fine food and good company at the Anheuser-Busch table. The company donated beer for the evening. 3. Steel Bridge Team member Levi Smith, Riley Pierce (husband of Helene Hardy Pierce, EMgt’83), and SAE Formula Car Team member Aaron Young catch up on current design team events. 4. Ted Weise, EE’67, Ed Schmidt, ME’67, and Robotics Team member Robert Adams discuss available funding opportunities. 5. Marilyn Schmidt and Ted and Sharon Weise enjoy the sunset at La Charrette overlooking the Missouri River.

There was a chill in the air as guests arrived at La Charrette, home of Bob (CE’71) and Kim Brinkmann, for the fifth annual Missouri S&T gala. The grounds were full of beautiful fall flowers and the late summer evening offered a perfect setting for alumni, friends, staff and students. This year, 120 people attended the dinner and auction, raising more than $90,000 to benefit the Student Design and Experiential Learning Center (SDELC). Over the last five years this event has generated more than $430,000 in support of the 10 teams. Many generous donors give live and silent auction items each year to help 1. raise the funds. Some of this year’s most popular items included trips to Mexico, Colorado and Alaska, and a weekend package to the Lake of the Ozarks. Other items included handcrafted furniture, Missouri S&T hand-blown glass, a NASA package, custom-made jewelry and several one-of-a-kind watercolor paintings. “This is a great event and I look forward to it every year,” says Chancellor John F. Carney III. “Missouri S&T is incredibly fortunate to have such a dedicated group of alumni and friends who know firsthand what this institution does for young people.” The Missouri S&T SDELC is the umbrella organization responsible for S&T’s nationally recognized multidisciplinary design teams. Ten teams form the core of the center and operate with assistance from faculty, staff and administrators. These teams participate in industry and government-sponsored competitions and reflect S&T’s emphasis on experiential learning, which balances classroom learning with hands-on experience. Through this program S&T engages students more fully in their studies and produces graduates who are knowledgeable in both the concrete and theoretical aspects of their disciplines. Approximately 450 students participate 4. in a variety of student design and experiential learning experiences each semester. If you would like more information about the annual gala or the Student Design and Experiential Learning Center, visit design.mst.edu/gala. Each year alumni and friends donate unique and creative auction 5. items. If you would like to contribute something to next year’s gala, please contact Christy Higgins at 573-341-6359 or higginsch@mst.edu.

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Grads coordinate engineering event at Texas elementary school Last February, Sarah Jane (Hahn) Todd, MetE’83, and Katie (Burch) Hagen, EE’88, coordinated an Engineering Day at Spicewood Elementary School in Austin, Texas. The day featured events like all-school assemblies with themes like “Physics Circus” and “Chemistry Circus”; a teepee-building activity; building structures with marshmallows, gum drops and tooth picks; making paper helicopters; experimenting with circuits; exploring the insides of computers; and liquid nitrogen demonstrations.

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1958

William F. Oberbeck Sr., MetE: “Doris and I plan to spend the summer in Bristol, R.I. Because of medical treatment, we were unable to attend Homecoming 2008.”

Paul O. Herrmann III, EE: “Enjoyed the Golden Alumni meeting very much. Carole has a new right hip and is healing well.”

1943

Walter H. Dickens, CE, reports he and Betty are retired at 11988 Hwy. MM in Dixon, Mo., 65459. He would like to hear from friends and classmates.

Thomas E. Gregory, MetE: “Enjoying good health yet. Can still drive after a recent eye cataract removal (I now have 20/40 vision). Still travel some by auto. Hope to get back to Rolla again.”

1949 David F. Brasel, ChE: “Still living alone and giving all the medical doctors a challenge. Enjoying computers, ham radio and digital camera, as well as all the other challenges that come with 26 years of retirement.”

1950 Donald C. Griffin, CerE: “Still enjoying retirement and celebrating 59 years married in December.”

1951 Donald J. Dowling Jr., ChE: “Enjoy traveling (Columbia River cruise was great) and keeping in touch with my Miner football buddies and 30 grandkids.”

1957 Edward B. Campen, CE, received the Uuno Sahinen Award from Montana Tech of the University of Montana for his outstanding contribution to coal, methane, oil and natural gas exploration and development in the Rocky Mountains.

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1963 Edward G. David, CE: “Continuing to enjoy retirement and volunteer work.”

1967 Sanford H. Menke, ME, retired from Emerson in October 2005.

1968 Don Fleming, CE, celebrated 40 years of service at Hanson Professional Services Inc. He is a senior vice president and serves as a senior railroad and bridge specialist in Hanson’s railway market. James L. Miltenberger, CE, recently retired from the City of Houston public works department after working 20 years as a programmer/analyst.

1970 Rocky Arnold, ME, was retained by MIPSolutions Inc. as consultant to the board of directors to deliver an update to the company’s business plan.

David D. Beardsley, CE: “Still designing bridges for Jacobs Engineering in St. Louis and still playing principal oboe with the Florissant Valley Symphony Orchestra. Eileen and I enjoy playing with our grandchildren, Ella and Cooper.” Steven C. Carey, CE, joined SCI Engineering as a senior engineer. Richard J. Fitzgerald, ChE, retired in March 2006 from full-time law practice. He is now practicing law part time and working as a tax and financial planner for Vantive Partners. Francis G. “Greg” Slack, EMgt, was reappointed to the Missouri Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Rules and is the current owner and president of two companies, Trabue Industrial Systems and CBK & Associates Inc.

1971 Norm Dennis, CE, MS CE’73, was named winner of the Charles and Nadine Baum Faculty Teaching Award for 2008 at the University of Arkansas. Jeu Foon Jr., EE, continues recruiting and supervising for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and leading his guitar circle buddies in ’50s, ’60s and ’70s tunes. Tim Montgomery, ME, is owner and principal architect of TMA Architects LLC. He had an article published in a June issue of Environmental Design & Construction.

1974 W.B. “Bill” Smith, CE, received the National Hydropower Association’s Dr. Kenneth Henwood Award for lifetime achievements and contributions to the hydropower industry. He is founder and president of Hydropower Internationals Services, a consulting firm in Tulsa, Okla.


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1975 John Kaufman, MS GeoE, is the general manager of the Leavenworth (Kan.) Water Department. Kevin C. Skibiski, CE, MS CE’76, was appointed to the Missouri Board of Architects, Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors and Landscape Architects. He is a civil associate at Heideman Associates Inc. Robert G. Wonish, ME, joined Striker Oil & Gas Inc. (formerly Unicorp Inc.) as president and chief operating officer. He also joined the company’s board of directors.

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Robert B. Knowles Jr., GeoE, received the Army’s Combat Terrain Information Systems project director charter in June. Jeffrey J. Sunderland, ME, has been with Chevron Corp. for 27 years. He and his family moved to Houston (The Woodlands) in January. “Mandy and the kids (Michael, 10, and Irene, 4) are doing fine.”

1982

Bruce Edwards, Engl, was appointed associate vice provost for academic technology at Bowling Green State University, where he has served as a faculty member and administrator since 1981.

Darrell Roy Case, ME: “I moved to a new house in Eureka, Mo. Life is good.” Eric Glynn Politte, ME: “Sue and I have three kids. One daughter has a petroleum engineering degree from the University of TexasAustin. We also have a son who is a senior in mechanical engineering and a daughter who is a freshman in civil engineering, both at Texas A&M. We sold our engineering firm to a public company, so I’m a corporate manager (again). Stay in touch at egpolitte@rmaworld.com.”

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Michael A. Heitzman, CE, MS EMgt’83, is the assistant director of the National Center for Asphalt Technology and has moved to Auburn, Ala.

1980 Michael Barsoum, MS CerE, professor of materials engineering at Drexel University, delivered the 2008 Sigma Xi Lecture at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in May. He discussed the role materials research plays in partially solving the mystery of the Egyptian pyramids.

1981 Raymond H. Frankenberg, CE: “The reunion was wonderful! It was much nicer than we ever imagined. Thank you.”

Mark Alan Cook, CE: “Working for Jacobs Engineering in Florida on Florida Department of Transportation turnpike projects. My two kids, Austin and Taylor, are doing well in high school at Stanton College Prep in Jacksonville.”

1984 Thomas Joseph Dalton, EE, is president and CEO of Intersoft, a financial compliance software company in New York City. Benjamin K. Harrison, PhD ChE, is a graduate dean at the University of South Alabama.

1985 Michael J. Danko, NDD, passed the Illinois mechanical engineer Professional Engineer exam.

Kevin Truman, PhD CE, is dean of the School of Computing and Engineering at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

1986 Francis Dohmen, EE, was appointed to the school board in the Pleasant Valley School District in Clinton, Iowa. He works for Lyondell Bassell.

1987 Richard A Schuth, ChE, is a partner at Armstrong Teasdale’s Intellectual Property Services Group.

1989 David M. Allen, EE, is manager of AmerenUE’s Jefferson City Division in Jefferson County, Mo. Steve Starrett, CE, was named technical chair for the 2009 Environmental and Water Resources Congress to be held in May in Kansas City, Mo. He is an associate professor of water resources engineering at Kansas State University. Christopher Taylor, EMgt, was named commander of Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 265 in Okinawa, Japan. He is a lieutenant colonel in the Marine Corps.

Businessman sees potential in electric car conversions Nick Barrack, EE’75, already owns a number of businesses in Rolla. But if things work out, he’ll soon be offering a new service to customers that could be in high demand. Barrack takes old gas-guzzling cars and turns them into fully electric cars. “The ideal situation is if you have a car that’s beginning to wear out, that’s the perfect time to convert it,” Barrack recently told the Rolla Daily News. The converted vehicles will go about 60 mph and can travel about 60 miles between charges. “I'd like to be able to convert vehicles for people who work at Fort Leonard Wood ... people who have to commute 50 or 60 miles to work,” Barrack says. So far, Barrack has converted two vehicles, an old truck and a small car. About a dozen 12-volt batteries are used in the conversions. If he decides to start a full-blown car conversion business, Barrack says it would take about two weeks for his team of mechanics and electricians to convert a vehicle from gas to electricity. The cost would be about $6,000, and it would take approximately three years for the conversion to pay for itself in fuel savings. Barrack currently owns four businesses in Rolla: CSE Construction; USA Tours, a charter bus company; USA Express, an airport shuttle service; and Central Dispatch, a company that monitors alarm systems.

1990 Steven Rist, Engl, completed 11 years as a graphic designer in the advertising design department of The Edwardsville (Ill.) Intelligencer, Edwardsville Publishing Co., a division of Hearst Newspapers. (continued on the next page)

email

Send your email address to — alumni@mst.edu

Eric Politte, ME’82, egpolitte@rmaworld.com

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James “Eric” Crumpecker, Hist, was named head track and field coach at Southeast Missouri State University. James B. Davis, MS EMgt, was named commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Detroit office. The lieutenant colonel served as brigade operations officer in Germany.

Kirk Andrew Peterson, ME: “I have been working at Hawker Beechcraft Corp. (formerly Raytheon Aircraft Co.) for the past five years. As a senior mechanical engineer, I have been working on the Hawker 750/900XP.”

August “Augie” Altenbaumer, CerE, won “local best of show” at the St. Louis Brews’ 2007 Happy Holiday Homebrew Competition for his Rye American Pale Ale. Brian Gettinger, CE, joined the Heneghan and Associates P.C. engineering team. Danielle D. Kleinhans, MS CE, PhD CE’02, was promoted to group manager of structural engineering and mechanics at CTL Group. Jeff Murphy, MS EnvE, MS EMgt, is operations officer for the 94th Engineer Battalion in Mosul, Iraq. He has been heavily involved in the construction of combat outposts and security checkpoints and clearance and maintenance of routes in northern Iraq. “My wife, Tricia Murphy (who used to work in student affairs at Missouri S&T), is the family readiness group leader for battalion families that remain stateside and give us great support. I look forward to returning in time for St. Pat's 2009.” John Schroeder, ChE, is pursuing a juris doctorate at Saint Louis University. His wife, Katrina, is an occupational therapist at Barnes Jewish West County Hospital. They live in St. Louis.

1993 James E. Koch, PhD EMgt, was promoted to senior vice president of Hill International’s Project Management Group in the company’s Baghdad, Iraq, office.

1994 Johnson takes command Rebecca Johnson, PhD CerE’83, MS EMgt’92, PhD EMgt’99, is the first civilian to serve as deputy commanding general of the U.S. Army Maneuver Support Center, otherwise known as Fort Leonard Wood. Johnson assumed command of the post in March 2008. She has been working in a civilian capacity at the installation regularly since 1987. Her responsibilities have included director of training and chief of combat engineering for tactics, leadership and engineering. She also oversaw Army engineer officer training at the fort and headed up the Army’s Environmental Integration Directorate.

Kara (Krueger) Ketcherside, EMgt, moved to Virginia Beach, Va., with her husband John, a major in the Marine Corps, and their son, Alexander. Kurt W. Leucht, EE: “I’m helping develop the command and control system for NASA’s nextgeneration spaceflight program. The first test flight of the new Ares I rocket system launches from Kennedy Space Center in April 2009.”

1996 Jody (Luksich) Dendurent, CE: “I'm working for Mirafi Geosynthetics as a region and product engineer. I help other engineers design with geosynthetics. I'm doing a lot of work with the USACE in New Orleans and ASTM right now. I have the best of both worlds as a working mom. I work out of my house in Wichita, Kan., so I get to be home with my children, AnneMarie, 8, and Dax, 5, and I get to travel all over the country.” Natalie Dixon, AE, MS AE’99: “I was recently promoted to manager of structural analysis at L-3 Communications in Waco, Texas. My group of engineers is responsible for ensuring the structural integrity of several different platforms of P-3 aircrafts for the U.S. Navy.” James Eckrich, CE, was named city administrator for Crestwood, Mo.

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Research Repository

Be a part of Scholars’ Mine the university’s new research repository The mission of Scholars’ Mine is to collect all of the academic output of Missouri S&T, and make it accessible using the Internet. Scholars’ Mine will contain thousands of scholarly articles, theses, dissertations and other materials that highlight and display the research work of Missouri S&T faculty and students. To have the thesis or dissertation you wrote at Missouri S&T added to Scholars’ Mine, please visit scholarsmine.mst.edu and click on the green “Alumni” box on the right. To learn more about this process, or for more information on any aspect of Scholars’ Mine, please contact Amanda Piegza at 573-341-7910 or email scholarsmine@mst.edu.

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Grad still fascinated by the essence of engineering Marty Blotter, ME’88, likes to keep his engineering options open. Sure, he’s worked for a number of companies that offered a lot of security; but he’d rather tinker with lawnmower engines and think up inventions in his own workshop. Over the years, Blotter has worked for government agencies and private companies. But he’s more content when he’s working for himself. He now spends his days tinkering and inventing in his Joplin, Mo., workshop. Among his inventions is a furnace that heats the workshop using vegetable oil. Blotter recently told the Associated Press that one of his first memories is watching the pistons in a tractor engine go up and down. “Supposedly, my first real word was tractor,” he told the AP. “It was real frustrating for my parents — because every time they would get me a toy, I would take it apart.” Still, Blotter isn’t so focused on figuring out how things work that he can’t escape his workshop. After Hurricane Katrina, he moved to Louisiana for two months to cut down damaged trees and generally serve as a lumberjack.

Matthew Lenzner, ChE’05, and Leah Suzanne Rechner, ME’05, MS ME’07, were married May 17, 2008. The couple lives in Maryland Heights, Mo. James Luis Marvin, AE’07, married Jacqueline Denise Daugherty on June 14, 2008. The couple lives in Wichita, Kan.

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Michael P. Meade, ME’97, married Yudith Opel on Aug. 2, 2008. The couple lives in Cedar Falls, Iowa, with their 15-month-old St. Bernard, Charlotte.

John Schroeder, ChE’99, married Katrina Larson on May 10, 2008. The couple lives in St. Louis.

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S&T’s diversity efforts pay dividends Two Missouri S&T grads received honors last February at the 2008 Black Engineer of the Year Awards ceremony in Baltimore. Kenneth Patrick, EE’98, and Arnett Thomas, EE’98, were recognized as Modern Day Technology Leaders. “It was a very distinguished honor to be nationally recognized amongst such successful professionals, definitely a highlight to my career,” says Thomas, an associate with Booz Allen Hamilton. “What I found to be an additionally pleasant surprise to an outstanding weekend was that a fellow S&T graduate was also being recognized. I thought to myself what an accomplishment for the diversity efforts for the Minority Engineering Program.”

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Scott Sigman, PhD CSci, associate professor of mathematics and computer science at Drury University in Springfield, Mo., was elected regional representative for the Central Plains Region of the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges.

2001 Kim (Hoffman) Burnes, Chem, received a bachelor’s degree in nursing and was recently commissioned as an ensign in the Navy Nurse Corps. She is stationed at the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth in Virginia. Her husband, Jason Burnes, Phys’02, is also an officer in the Navy. They have two daughters, Natalie and Victoria.

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Stephen T. Peterson, MS CE, completed the Sapper Leader Course at the U.S. Army Engineer School at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. An Army major, he is assigned to the 31st Engineer Battalion. Zach White, CE, works for Lutjen Inc. His wife, Claire (Elsea), Math’03, Econ’03, works for the USDA Risk Management Agency. They live in Kansas City, Mo.

Theodore M. Hoerr, EMgt: “Since graduation, I accepted employment at Afton Chemical Corp. as a mechanical integrity analyst.”

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2006 Tanisha Shalon (Neal) Starks, ChE, MS EMgt’08, is chemical engineering manager at Cargill Inc. in Memphis.

Craig K. Kaibel, GeoE, MS GeoE’04, completed the certification process to become a registered professional engineer in Missouri. He works in the geotechnical division at Geotechnology Inc.

Close counts in horseshoes, hand grenades — and washers Brandon Howard, ChE’08, and Jason Struckmeyer, ME’08, are determined not to forget everything they learned in college -- especially when it comes to the game of washers. Howard and Struckmeyer were three-time intramural washers champions at Missouri S&T. They recently competed in the World Washers Championship, which was held in the St. Louis area. Washers is a game like horseshoes. Competitors try to pitch a doughnut-shaped metal washer into a wooden box. In the center of the box is a can. Points are earned by tossing a washer that settles in the box or, even better, inside the can. “Playing under pressure is when I play my best,” Struckmeyer told the South County Journal. “You’ll see a guy bank one off the can and he gets all down on himself, misses the next shot. You just can't do that to yourself.” Struckmeyer and Howard lost their first game during the World Washers Championship, but they rallied to win the next six games in a row. In the end, however, they fell short of winning the whole thing, not quite able to relive the washers dominance they enjoyed at S&T.


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future miners Matthew Christopher Becker, IST’04, MS IST’06, and Suzanne Elizabeth Lee (Judd) Becker, BAdm’05, MS IST’06, have two sons, Jonathan Michael, born March 3, 2006, and Luke Christopher, born May 1, 2008.

Cory Reiter, GeoE’98, and Cassie (Alsop) Reiter, CE’98, had a girl, Brooke Victoria, on March 6, 2008. She joins sisters Lauren, 5, and Averie, 3. Michael Lemanski, PhD EE’02, and Janet (Beaty) Lemanski, MS EMgt’99, had a boy, Robert Michael, on July 23, 2007. He joins sister Jessica, 4.

Joshua Sneller, ECE’05, and Erin (Miller) Sneller, Math’05, had a girl, Rhea Lynn, on April 9, 2008.

Jennifer Ward Whalen, ChE’01, and her husband, Craig, had a girl, Gianna Grace, on April 29, 2008.

Rachel Durst-Strecker, GeoE’99, PetE’99, and her husband, Jason, had a girl, Clare Lee, on April 24, 2007. She joins brother Will, 3.

Stephan Magenta, EE’99, and his wife, Laura, had a girl, Sophia, on July 13, 2008.

Michael Teel, CE’90, and his wife, Michelle, had a girl, Katelyn Michelle, on Jan. 8, 2008. She joins brother John Michael, 5.

James Wolfe, EMgt’97, and his wife, Kimberly, had a boy, Wesley James, on May 2, 2008.

Anthony Edwards, CSci’94, and Amy (Hansen) Edwards, MetE’94, had a boy, Alexander Grant, on July 27, 2007. He joins sister Audrey Grace. Their aunts are Cathy Edwards, CerE’97, and Lisa Edwards, ME’93. Michael Knittel, EMgt’03, and Nancy (Harms) Knittel, ChE’00, had a boy, Joseph Frederick, on April 26, 2008. His aunt is Lisa (Knittel) Douglas, GeoE’88.

Colin Miller, CE’99, and Megan (Jewett) Miller, GeoE’99, had a girl, Natalie Rose, on Oct. 9, 2007. She joins sister Katie, 3.

John Tierney, ChE’03, and Melinda (Lawrence) Tierney, BSci’03, had a boy, William James, on March 4, 2008. He joins sister Lauren Emily, 2. Proud grandfathers are Bill Tierney, CE’76, MinE’77, and Greg Lawrence, CerE’81.

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1931 George M. Pace, CE, was a member of the MSM band. He retired from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and is the father of Deedra “Dee” (Pace) Allen, GeoE’80. (April 29, 2008)

1938 Lewis D. Blish, CE, was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha, the MSM band and the track team. He retired from Crawford, Murphy & Tilly Consulting Engineers in Springfield, Ill. Mr. Blish was active in his church and in two golf associations. (May 10, 2008)

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Steven S. Braun, ME, was a member of the Engineers Club. After serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, he worked for Shell Oil Co. for 36 years. Mr. Braun was active in his church and volunteered at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. He enjoyed crafts, the arts and sports. (May 25, 2008)

1941 Ernest F. King, EE, was a member of the Radio Club. He was a longtime employee of Thomas Edison Industries in New Jersey. Mr. King was active in his church and a member of several engineering societies. He and his wife retired to Hampton Beach, N.H., in 1989. (May 4, 2008)

Donald L. Trisch, CE, was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha and the golf team. He served as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy in the South Pacific invasion during World War II. Mr. Trisch spent his career working in Illinois and retired to Florida. He was an accomplished golfer with three hole-in-ones. (May 30, 2008)

1943 William H. “Bill” Gimson Jr., ME, was a member of Phi Kappa Theta. He received the Bronze Star for his service in the U.S. Army during World War II. Mr. Gimson spent the majority of his career working for Texaco. He joined the Peace Corps after retirement, serving in Barbados and Ghana. He was active in his church and was a long-time volunteer with the American Red Cross. (May 16, 2008) Marion W. Stoops, ME, was a member of Sigma Nu. He retired from Eureka Co. after 40 years. Mr. Stoops enjoyed bicycling through the United States and Nova Scotia with his wife and volunteering at the local medical center. (May 19, 2008)

1948 Vincent Frick, MetE, served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He retired from Aerojet after 24 years with the company. Mr. Frick enjoyed painting and golf and was active in his church. He recently celebrated 62 years of marriage to his wife, Patricia. (July 19, 2008)

Donald C. Guilfoy, ME, served in the U.S. Navy as a fighter pilot during World War II and worked for the City of St. Louis for 43 years. He was named water commissioner in 1968 and promoted to director of public utilities in 1977. (July 10, 2008) Charles W. Van Eaton III, GGph, served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He worked as an independent contractor and held memberships in the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and the Southern Oklahoma Association of Petroleum Landmen. (June 17, 2008)

1949 Alan A. Becker, MS CE, retired as vice president of Delongs Inc. after 35 years with the company. He taught at Lincoln University for 20 years. Mr. Becker was an elder and deacon at his church. His memberships and affiliations included Delta Tau Delta fraternity, Paul Harris Fellow with the Rotary Club, Missouri Society of Professional Engineers, National Society of Professional Engineers, River City Habitat for Humanity and the Steel Joist Institute. (July 26, 2008) Robert F. Tindall Jr., CE, MS CE’50, was a member of the Army ROTC. He served in the Marine Corps during World War II and was a survivor of Iwo Jima. He worked for the U.S. Geological Survey in Rolla, the Indiana Flood Control and Water Resources Commission and the Indiana State Highway Commission. He retired from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.


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1950 Irving G. Betz, MetE, served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He worked for the U.S. Army at Frankford Arsenal in Philadelphia and at Picatinny Arsenal. Mr. Betz was a life member of the American Welding Society and the American Society for Metal and was active in his church. (May 21, 2008) Joe D. Hankins, ChE, was a member of the Army ROTC and served in the U.S. Army for two years. After earning his Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Missouri-Columbia, he worked for Sandia Laboratories for 36 years. Dr. Hankins was an accomplished clarinet player and enjoyed hiking and playing duplicate bridge. (May 20, 2008) Norman W. Jeffries, PetE, served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and earned a master’s degree in geology from the University of MissouriColumbia. He worked at Shell Oil Co. for 10 years and then spent several years as a consulting geologist in the Rocky Mountain area. Mr. Jeffries was a long-time member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and Sigma Xi. (May 3, 2008)

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Roy L. Simonds, EE, was a member of the Radio Club. He retired from Martin-Marietta Materials Inc. in Orlando, Fla. (Oct. 21, 2007)

1951 Melvin A. Buettner, MetE, was a member of Beta Sigma Psi and Gamma Delta. He served in the U.S. Navy and retired as vice president of American Air Filter and Equipment Corp. Mr. Buettner was a precinct captain for the Republican Party. (April 26, 2008)

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Samuel A. Culmo, MinE, was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha and the St. Pat’s Board. He was president and founder of S.A. Culmo & Associates. (Jan. 7, 2008)

Belding H. McCurdy, EE’38, died on June 29, 2008, in Tucson, Ariz. During World War II, Lt. Col. McCurdy served in the Army Artillery in the southern Phillipines. In the 1950s, Mr. McCurdy worked for Hancock Industries and Cargill Corp. Later, he relocated to St. Petersburg, Fla., where he owned and operated The Insurance Center. He was also a founding director of Anchor Bank in St. Petersburg before moving to Tucson in 1996. Mr. McCurdy was awarded a professional degree by Missouri S&T in 1976. He received the Chancellor’s Medal in 1983. He was a member of many organizations, including the National Model Railroad Association.

George E. Stewart, ME, was a member of the Independents. He retired as manager of mechanical engineering at Fru-Con Corp. and was later self employed. (June 10, 2008)

Wallace “Troy” Harper, CerE, was a member of the Independents, Tau Beta Pi and Sigma Gamma Epsilon. He worked at Lockheed Corp. and Bechtel Power Corp. and ran his own environmental consulting business, Regulatory Interface, in San Leandro, Calif. Mr. Harper was active in the chamber of commerce and served as president of his homeowner’s association. He was a lifelong camper and he and his wife enjoyed traveling in their trailer after retirement. (May 2, 2008)

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Floyd M. Drummond, EE, was a member of Tau Beta Pi and served in the U.S. Navy in World War II and the Korean War. He worked for NASA, Scott Air Force Base and McDonnell Douglas. Mr. Drummond was one of the first engineers NASA hired. He worked directly with Wernher Von Braun. He was active in his church and as a Faith in Action volunteer. (June 4, 2008)

Henry W. Buschman, ME, was a member of the Glee Club, the ROTC band, the Independents, Tau Beta Pi and Pi Tau Sigma. After 27 years with Argonne National Laboratory in Idaho, he retired as associate division director. Mr. Buschman enjoyed hiking, hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing and searching for Indian artifacts. (May 16, 2008)

Leslie F. Holdman, EE, was a member of the Independents and Tau Beta Pi. He retired from Schlumberger Well Surveying Corp. in 1992 after 40 years with the company. (June 3, 2008)

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Raymond L. Venable Dr. Raymond L. Venable, professor emeritus of chemistry at Missouri S&T, died at his home in Rolla on May 24, 2008. Dr. Venable taught at the university for more than 30 years. His research was in the area of surface chemistry. Dr. Venable earned his bachelor’s degree from Southern Arkansas University. He received a master’s degree in chemistry and a Ph.D. in chemistry from Louisiana State University. In the 1950s, Dr. Venable was a research chemist for Texaco in Bellaire, Texas. Dr. Venable was a member of the American Chemical Society. He taught Sunday School for many years at Parkview Missionary Baptist Church in Rolla.

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John P. Dever, EE, was a member of Tau Beta Pi and the Baptist Student Union. He received a Ph.D. from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he taught for 13 years. Dr. Dever served in the U.S. Naval Reserve and was pastor of several churches in Kentucky and Alabama. He also taught at Averett College for more than 20 years. He was a long-time member of his local school board, was active in mission ministries, held memberships in many associations and published numerous research articles and book reviews. (July 4, 2008)

1958 Mailand R. Strunk Dr. Mailand R. Strunk, MS ChE’47, former chair of chemical engineering, died on May 29, 2008, in Rolla. Dr. Strunk, who joined the faculty at Missouri S&T in 1957, worked at the university for 22 years. He was the first chair of chemical engineering, which was separated from the chemistry department in 1964. In addition to earning a master’s degree at Missouri S&T, Dr. Strunk earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Kansas State University and a doctorate in chemical engineering from Washington University. Dr. Strunk served in the Army Air Corps during World War II. During the Korean conflict, he was a research and development officer assigned to the Power Plant Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. Dr. Strunk’s research interests were in the area of heat, mass and momentum transfer.

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Thomas A. Bertorello, EE, was a member of the Independents, the Glee Club, the Newman Center and the Tech Club. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and retired after 30 years with McDonnell Douglas. Mr. Bertorello was a member of the Knights of Columbia and the Fraternal Order of Eagles. He volunteered for the United Service Organizations and the St. Louis Science Center and ushered for the St. Louis Cardinals for 20 years. (April 16, 2008) Lawrence M. “Larry” Biggs Jr., ME, was a member of the Tech Club and served as a U.S. Air Force pilot. He was a commissioner for the Panama Canal, worked as an aircraft design engineer and held several patents. Mr. Biggs enjoyed Mozart, Mark Twain and technical writing. (July 17, 2008)

1959 Roy E. Knecht, ChE, was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon and the St. Pat’s Board. He retired from U.S. Agri-Chemicals Corp. in Winter Haven, Fla. (June 9, 2008)

1960 Wesley A. Savage, ME, was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha, Army ROTC and the Baptist Student Union. He was the director of the Center for Technology and Small Business Development at the University of Central Missouri for more than 15 years. Mr. Savage worked with the Kauffman Foundation and small businesses in the Kansas City area. He enjoyed fly fishing, golf and playing with his grandchildren. (July 2, 2008)

1962 Herbert R. Alcorn, ME, MS Math’64, was a member of Acacia, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma and the Scholastic Honors Association. He taught in Rolla from 1976-1978 and retired from Queue Systems Inc. in 1991. (May 6, 2008) William A. “Bill” Boje, CE, was a member of the MSM and ROTC bands, Pershing Rifles and the Newman Club. He retired from the Illinois Department of Transportation after 31 years and then worked

part time as a consultant for Bernardin Lochmueller and Associates. Mr. Boje enjoyed coin collecting, fishing and golf. (May 26, 2008) Curtis Stairs Jr., ME, was a member of the Baptist Student Union. He retired as plant manager of Electric Energy Inc. in Joppa, Ill. He was an active and long-time member of his church. (July 1, 2008)

1963 Tracy R. Boyer, ME, was a member of Kappa Alpha, Army ROTC, Theta Tau and the Newman Center. He received the U.S. Army Commendation Award for Meritorious Service for his time as a first lieutenant in the Army Corps of Engineers. Mr. Boyer retired from IBM Corp. as senior administrator after 28 years with the company. (June 6, 2008) Harry J. Leamy, MetE, was a member of the Tech Club, Student Council and the Independents, among other affiliations. After earning his Ph.D., he worked for Bell Laboratories Inc. for 20 years and was awarded more than 40 patents. Dr. Leamy was president of the Materials Research Society in the early 1980s. He retired as director of AT&T’s energy systems research and development in Dallas and as a teacher at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. (July 23, 2008)


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James T. Bruening, Math, MS Math’72, PhD Math’77, was a member of Phi Kappa Phi, the bass choir, the university choir, Kappa Mu Epsilon and Gamma Alpha Delta. He taught at Southeast Missouri State University for 22 years and was an active member of his church, where he served as director of the brass choir. (Sept. 9, 2007)

Loretta Dauwe, MS Phys, earned a Ph.D. from Purdue University. Sister Dauwe entered the Congregation of Sisters of Precious Blood in 1964. She taught at the University of Michigan since 1985, where she served as chair for the computer science, engineering science and physics department. (June 15, 2008)

Albert Randall “Randy” Cummings Jr., EE, was a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, Student Council, the Minority Engineering Program, the Association of Black Students and the Chancellor’s Leadership Class. After working for the Oklahoma Tax Commission, he received his juris doctorate from the University of MissouriColumbia. Mr. Cummings returned to Oklahoma to work for Dolese Brothers Co. He enjoyed shooting pool and spending time with friends and family. (May 5, 2008)

Leland Belew, ME’50, a long-time employee of the Marshall Space Flight Center and NASA, passed away on June 6, 2008. Mr. Belew, a recipient of the Bronze Star and a Purple Heart, served in the U.S. Army from 1943 to 1946. He was in the European Theater with the 70th division, The Trailblazers. After the war, he graduated from Missouri S&T. Mr. Belew was working for the Tennessee Valley Authority in Knoxville when he learned of the fledgling missile program in Huntsville, Ala. He joined the von Braun Rocket Development Program as a design engineer, working in the field of rocketry and propulsion systems, in 1951. At Marshall Space Flight Center, Mr. Belew continued his work in the design, testing and production of rocket engines. He contributed to the fast-start system for large rocket propulsion engines, which ultimately gave the U.S. the capability to place a man on the moon. In 1958, Mr. Belew was appointed to the position of manager of engine programs at Marshall Space Flight Center. He was responsible for directing the research, development and production of engine products for various vehicles, including the Saturn V engines that took man to the moon, in NASA’s Apollo Manned Space Flight Program. Mr. Belew was also manager of the Skylab Program that produced the world’s first space station. Later, he was appointed deputy director of science and engineering. After retiring from NASA, he joined United Technologies in Huntsville as a vice president. Among many other honors earned during his career, Mr. Belew was inducted into the Missouri S&T Academy of Mechanical Engineers.

Robert R. Broyles, ME, was a member of the Independents, Pi Tau Sigma and the Scholastic Honors Association. He was a former president of Lakewood Watercraft Inc. (March 30, 2008) John M. Russell, ME, was a member of the Independents. He was a sales manager for Cougar Industries in Peru, Ill. (Feb. 19, 2008)

1984 Ronald J. Sprengnether, MS CE, served in the U.S. Navy as an ensign and lieutenant. He retired from Sverdrup and Parcel in St. Louis after many years traveling for the company throughout the U.S., the Azores Islands and Saudi Arabia. Mr. Sprengnether enjoyed mastering new technologies and was interested in politics, nature and the environment. (May 23, 2008)

2002 Darren M. Spurlock, MS SysE, worked for The Boeing Co. for 11 years and recently started working for NASA at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. He leaves a wife and two young sons. (May 30, 2008)

Mike Swoboda Former Kirkwood, Mo., Mayor Mike Swoboda, ME’60, died Sept. 6, seven months after being shot by a gunman at Kirkwood City Hall. He was 69. Five city officials including Kenneth Yost, CE’68, MS EMgt ’76, were killed during the Feb. 7 rampage, and Mr. Swoboda’s immediate survival looked unlikely. But after an amazing recovery, he was able to return to City Hall for his final council meeting as mayor on April 17. The following month, however, he had a fall in his home that led to his decline. Mr. Swoboda’s death was also related to complications from his gunshot wounds, according to his son, Michael Swoboda. Mr. Swoboda served four terms on the Kirkwood City Council before he was elected mayor in 2000. After graduating from Missouri S&T in 1960, he worked for Southwestern Bell. He went on to spend most of his career at Monsanto Co., before getting involved in local politics. Mr. Swoboda enjoyed volunteering at Kirkwood’s Robinson Elementary School, where he talked to students about history and citizenship.

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Doris M. Ridder Dr. Doris M. Ridder, of Hermann, Mo., died May 19, 2008. At the time of her death, Dr. Ridder was director of the South Central Regional Professional Development Center (RPDC) at Missouri S&T. Dr. Ridder earned a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree and a Ph.D. from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She started her career as a junior high school teacher in Owensville, Mo., where she taught for nine years. After earning her doctorate in education in 1989, she went to work for the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. In 1996, Dr. Ridder became the superintendent for the Northwest R-1 Schools in Jefferson County. For the past nine years, Dr. Ridder has been the director of the RPDC at Missouri S&T. She facilitated professional development programs for employees of 80 school districts in south-central Missouri.

George O. Matlock George O. Matlock, a custodian in the physical facilities department at Missouri S&T, passed away at his home on July 29, 2008. Mr. Matlock had been employed by the university since 2005. He was an avid fisherman and enjoyed baseball. Mr. Matlock’s brother, Glen Matlock, is a supervisor in physical facilities.

Robert M. Rahner Robert M. “Bob” Rahner, former assistant director of accounting and fiscal services at Missouri S&T, passed away April 30, 2008, at his home in Rolla. Mr. Rahner worked for the university from 1970-2002. He served in Vietnam as an Army medic from 1966-1969. He was an avid golfer and a member of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Rolla. Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society or the St. Patrick Catholic School in Rolla.

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friends Michael Allman (July 16, 2008)

Kenneth D. Jones (May 6, 2008)

Jeanne M. Christensen (July 10, 2008)

Richard A. Koepke (May 13, 2008)

Marilyn Comann, wife of R. Kent Comann, MinE’43 (March 27, 2008)

Virginia Krone, former house cook for Chi Omega sorority (May 4, 2008)

Cecelia M. Craft (July 20, 2008)

Marguerite Lawson, wife of Vernon R. Lawson, EE’48 (May 24, 2008)

Herschel E. “Hersch” Dunham (July 18, 2008) Jacquelyn “Jackie” Evans, former Kappa Sigma Sweetheart and wife of John E. Evans, PetE’52 (May 17, 2008) June Louise Glynn, wife of the late Donald George Glynn (May 15, 2008)

Neil R. Molloy (Dec. 31, 2007) Miriam V. Nations, wife of the late George O. Nations, CE’36 (May 26, 2008) William J. “Bill” Nelson (July 3, 2008)

Sandy Perdue, former president of the university’s Parents’ Association (June 9, 2008) Laura Lee Richards (July 27, 2008) Mina C. Steiner, wife of Richard G. Steiner, EE’47 (Jan. 2, 2007) William E. “Bill” Wiggins (June 28, 2008) Ian Thomas Willand, freshman in electrical engineering at Missouri S&T (May 8, 2008)


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Campaign surpasses more than three-quarters of its goal The Advancing Excellence Campaign will strengthen Missouri S&T’s position as one of the nation’s top technological research universities. The momentum to reach the 200 million mark continues as the campaign surpassed 160 million more than three quarters of its goal as of Oct. 31. The seven year campaign will end June 30, 2010. Missouri S&T thanks all donors who have supported this transformational initiative. Together we have accomplished great things and as we gear up for the final portion of the campaign, we must redouble our commitment to creating new scholarships for deserving students, attracting

outstanding educators and researchers, and enhancing our technological facilities. The campus community has rallied behind the goal of educating the most driven and disciplined students in the nation. More than 40 percent of Missouri S&T faculty, staff and retirees have invested in the programs and projects they value most. To learn more about the Advancing Excellence Campaign and how you can help prepare a new generation of leaders in engineering, science and technology, visit our website at campaign.mst.edu.

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Thank you for investing in our future “Our economy will suffer as we move from independent innovators to dependent consumers. … We must teach our children to be technologically literate, to understand how things work. Our children’s future is at stake.” – Ioannis Miaoulis, director and president of the Museum of Science, Boston

Missouri S&T is one of only 16 technological research universities who educate engineers and scientists to be innovative and creative thinkers. Your gifts ensure that Missouri S&T will continue its legacy of preparing passionate, hard-working students to meet the challenges of our technological world. Thank you for your dedication and investment in Missouri S&T. On the following pages, we recognize those who gave to Missouri S&T and the Miner Alumni Association during the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2007, and ending June 30, 2008. Whether you give to support scholarships or academic programs, or to provide funding for teaching or research excellence, your donation to Missouri S&T makes a profound difference in the lives of our students. We’ve also highlighted five unique Missouri S&T corporate relationships. While 65 percent of our philanthropic support comes from alumni and friends, these corporate partnerships also continue to fuel our ability to educate tomorrow’s leaders. If you haven’t made your donation for this year, or you wish to give more, visit campaign.mst.edu or call 800-392-4112.

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TECHNOLOGY

New scholarship endowments • Jerrold M. and Judith C. Alyea Pi Kappa Alpha Endowed Achievement Scholarship • Ash Grove Cement Endowed Scholarship • Benson Electric Scholarship Fund* • Raymond and Susan Betz Endowed Scholarship • Brian J. Blaha Memorial Scholarship • Gavin Bradford Donohue Memorial Scholarship Fund* • Virgil J. Flanigan Scholarship Fund* • David E. Green Endowment • Mark A. Harms Fellowship in Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering • E. Everett Killinger Memorial Scholarship Fund* • The Professor Adolph Legsdin Scholarship Endowment* • William S. Rankin Scholarship Fund • Ellis J. Smith Scholarship Endowment for Summer Programs • Robert J. Sonntag Miner Football Scholarship • Lawrence A. Spanier Scholarship Fund* • Roger and Jean Truitt Endowed Scholarship * held by the Miner Alumni Association

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The Order of the Golden Shillelagh (OGS) is the university’s formal donor recognition society. Its members have demonstrated commitment and a deep emotional connection to this institution for more than 30 years. This connection has led to their profound $103 million in support. All gifts made to Missouri S&T and the Miner Alumni Association count toward OGS claghn level membership. The list below recognizes the cumulative lifetime giving and pledges of our OGS members.

Claghn of the Hibernian $10,000,000 $19,999,999 Karl & Marjory Hasselmann * F Δ M

Claghn of the Dolman $5,000,000 $9,999,999 Gary & Judy Havener John & Mary Toomey (A) M

Gary & Sherry Forsee M Dale & Edna Hayes * Larry & Polly Hendren (A) M Tom & Joan Holmes F M Fred Kisslinger (A) M Fred & June Kummer F John & Susan Mathes Donald & Alwilda Mathews * M Roy & Marcia McBride * F Vachel & Amy McNutt * F M John & Dorcas Park H Shirley Pearl H Stephen & Susan Rector (A) Ken Robertson H Kittie Robertson * H John & Deborah Schork (A) M Jim Stewart * M Joan Randall Stewart M Rich & Ruth Swanson (A) M Cindy Tang M Dick & Marilyn Vitek M Maxwell Weiner * Ted & Sharon Weise M

Michael & Barbara Hurst Δ (A) Bill & Arlene James (A) George & Barbara Jamieson Δ M Vern & Maralee Jones (A) M Ronald & Jean Kelley N M Edward & Helen Lasko * (A) M Thomas & Frances Leach * John & Diane Lovitt Brian & Carol Matthews Norman & Natalie Pond M Joe & Harriet Sevick (A) M Edward & Gertrude Smith * F Stoney Stone * F M Roger & Jean Truitt Δ (A) Roger & Jean Volk Δ (A) M Georgia Waring * M Roy & Sandy Wilkens

Frannie Hall David & Phylis Hsia Bob & Mary Keiser Harry & Alma Kessler * F Pete & Betty Jane Kinyon Beverley Moeller Roger Moeller * Zeb & Harriet Nash (A) Clara Newnam * Sy & Hattie Orlofsky * Scott & Joyce Porter Walter & Miriam Remmers * F Sandy & Susan Rothschild (A) M Louis & Mayme Sicka * John Skain N M Gerry & Jeannie Stevenson Ben & Susan Stewart (A) M Maurita Stueck M Neil Stueck * Armin Tucker * M Philip & Diane Wade Δ (A) Kent & Joan Weisenstein (A)

Claghn of the Blarney Castle Claghn of St. Patrick

$250,000 - $499,999

Harlan Anderson Norma Anderson * Dick & Nancy Arnoldy $500,000 - $999,999 Hugh & Amalie Barger Bob Boyd * Jim Bertelsmeyer (A) $1,000,000 Almeda Breeze M Ray & Susan Betz Frank Breeze * M $4,999,999 Bob & Cay Brackbill Δ (A) Alan & Doris Burgess M Richard & June Chao Bob & Ruth Virginia Dean & Linda Clubb Les & Georgiana Clark M Abbett * F M William & Viola Coghill * M Morton Deutch (A) M Keith & Patricia Bailey Bipin & Linda Doshi M Powell & Pat Dennie * M Lester Birbeck * M Fred Dreste * M Roger & Sandy Dorf (A) Harold Block * M Marilyn Dreste M Wilbur & Bette Feagan M Merlyn Block * Kraig & Debra Gordon (A) M Gene & Ann Edwards M David & Melanie Brewer Don & Joella Don & Rosemary Don Castleman * M Falkingham (A) M Gunther (A) M Retha Castleman M Mary Margaret Bob & Christina Couch (A) M William & Gertrude Falkingham * Hatfield * M Donald H. Radcliffe & Jim Grimm * F Bill & Margaret Ann Dorothy A. Dee * M Clyde Hall * Horst (A) Fred & Jimmie Finley * F M

Claghn of the Emerald Isle

Claghn of the Celtic Cross $100,000 - $249,999 Jerry & Judith Alyea Δ (A) M George Anderson M Frank & Violet Appleyard * M Dick & Shirley Bauer (A) George Baumgartner * Jennie Baumgartner * M Marsha Baumgartner (A) Maurice Bellis * Jim & Sue Berkel Δ Wouter & Anne Bosch * John Brown * Harold & Catherine “Kit” Butzer (A) Joe & Tiana Cesare Walston Chubb Dick Cole (A)

Bill Collins (A) M Gene & Jewell Daily * Pete & Dorothy Des Jardins (A) M Ron & Sara Fannin (A) M Rip & Marian Fick (A) Wayne & Helen Frame * Charlie & Elizabeth Freeman * James & Cynthia Fricke N Herman Fritschen (A) Bill Gammon * Dorothy Gammon Harvey & Ruth Grice * M David Grimm Lucille Grimm * Russell Gund * M Hank & Lyla Hankinson (A) M Jack & Janice Haydon (A) Isle Heilbrunn * Don & Carolyn Henderson Bert & Rose Hoover * William & Sue Howard * M Clarellen Howerton M Joe Howerton * Dick & Shirley Hunt Charles & Pauline Jennings M Albert Johns * Ronald & Gwen Johnson (A) Richard & Janis Jones (A) Charlie Kitchen * M B.W. Koeppel M William Krueger * Guy & Dorothy Mace N Vernon McGhee (A) Frank & Alma Mentz * Ron & Janice Miller Bill & Jo Ellen Montgomery Jim Neustaedter (A) Bob & Hanna Nevins F (A) Bill & Pauline Nolte * Harry Nowlan * Bill & Doris Oberbeck (A) Dennis & Sue Parker Bill & Elizabeth Patterson (A) M Jack Paul * F M Bob Perry * Francis Carl & Estelita Prewett

Bob & Jean Bowling Quenon (A) Lloyd & Maurcine Reuss (A) * Bill & Camille Ricketts Ken & Erika Riley Δ (A) Ray & Gloria Routh (A) M Bob & Margaret Schafer (A) Mark & Janet Schmidt Roy & Pat Shourd * M Morris & Eloise Sievert (A) M Ellis Smith Δ Betty Jo Snowden Russ Snowden * Fred & Dale Marie Springer (A) Van & Ruth Stoecker George & Lois Tomazi M Mark & Melissa Turken Jim & Marsha Vangilder John & Carol Wolf James & Joan Woodard (A) Ron & Shirley Woodard Marvin & Barbara Zeid M

Claghn of the Claddagh $50,000 - $99,999 Betty Andreas (A) Wayne Andreas * Marvin Appel (A) Bill & Margie Basler Carl & Doris Basler * David & Sally Bayless Δ Louise Beard Reade Beard * Michael & Jean Blaha N Frances Happy Belder * Robert & Wilma Boaz Jack & Mary Jane Bodine (A) Bob & Kim Brinkmann Diane Butrus Δ (A) Mike & Joyce Bytnar Richard & Sue Campbell Arlan DeKock & Linda Carr Beth Carsman *

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Joe & Susie Chang Calvin & Carol Cobb Δ Kent & Marilyn Comann (A) M Charles & Danille Copeland (A) Jim Drewniak & Mariesa Crow Jeff Crum * F Katherine “Kitty” Crum F Del & Shirley Day Δ (A) M Royce Vessell & Flo Denton N Al DeValve Don Dowling Δ (A) Paul & Eleanor Dowling F Jim & Myrna Eckhoff Richard & Cathy Eimer (A) Bill & Celia Engelhardt Karen Ferber Ed Fris Vern & Mildred Gevecker * Δ Perrin Roller & Brenda Gillis Δ (A) Marianne Gjelsteen Thor Gjelsteen * Joseph & Ruth Gladbach Glenn Graham * Ruth Graham Norman & Theora Hart (A) Art & Evelyn Morgan Helwig Δ (A) Jim Highfill (A) Lois Highfill * (A) John & LuAnne Hodges Gerald & Audrey Huddleson Jon & Barbara Jansky Δ Bob & Betty Jenkins Δ (A) Rick & LaVona Jordan Greg & Gloria Junge (A) Gilbert & Cleora Keeley (A) M Al & Margaret Kerr Curt & Mary Elizabeth Killinger (A) Warren & Martha Loveridge (A) Kent Lynn Rick & Barbara Matthews Don & Mary McGovern (A) Jack & Ruth McKee (A) Jim Menefee * Bob Montgomery & Dee Haemmerlie Montgomery Joe and Mary Ellen Mooney * Buddie Morris * Bob & Linda Mueller Oscar & Ruth Muskopf (A) Barbara Olsen John Olsen * Bob & Ginny Pahl (A) Jack & Jolene Painter * Ed & Naomi Parsons * George Penzel *

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Elizabeth Pipher * Ted Planje David & Barbara Porchey Agnes Remington * Chuck Remington Thomas & Jacqueline Remmers Gary & Donna Roebke (A) Dick & Joan Ross Paul & Mary Rothband Warren & Elaine Rutz (A) Ed & Marilyn Schmidt (A) Hans & Jimmie Schmoldt F M Bob Schoenthaler * Ronald & Betty Schuster Δ Jeanne Senne * Joe Senne Jeffrey & Patricia Sheets N Harry & Dorothy Smith Lou & Sharon Smith Jim & Julia Stoffer Mark & Jamie Stratman David & Barbara Summers Ken & Patricia Thompson (A) Jim & Theresa Unnerstall (A) Tom & Lana Van Doren M Ruby Webb (A) Keith & Bobbie Wedge (A) M Al & Joan Wentz (A) David & Sharianne Wisherd Kenneth & Ramona Wood (A) Dan & Linda Wright

Claghn of the Shamrock $25,000 - $49,999 Rex Alford (A) Bill & Shirley Andrews Δ Kent & Lindsay Bagnall (A) Craig & Cindy Bailey Bob & Mildred Banks * John & Nancy Bartel (A) Don Bartling Valentino Bates Bob & Peggy Bay (A) Jerry & Shirley Bayless Δ (A) William Bennett * Alan & Nina Benson Bob & June Berry (A) M Jerome Berry * Gerry & Donna Bersett (A) Jim & Nancy Berthold (A) Ron Bieniek Dave & Mary Blume (A) Lu & Sammy Louise Bolon (A) Philip & Elizabeth Boyer * M Don & Nancy Brackhahn (A) M Pat Brassfield (A) Mike & Elizabeth Bratcher

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Helen Broaddus Pat Broaddus * Constance Brown Ken & Shirley Cage John & Sharon Campbell (A) Cheng-Chiao Chen Chris & Maxine Christensen M Joseph & Eleanor Clair * Bill & Joan Clarke (A) Matt & Kathy Coco (A) Bill Collins * Aaron & Brenda Cook (A) J. Robert Cook * Grace Cook Dave & Sue Dearth (A) Jim DeLong Steve & Bette Douglass (A) Eric & Darlene Dunning Δ (A) John & Wanda Earls Will & Michaelle Eatherton William & Daryl Ann Eaton (A) James & Marjorie Espy (A) Walter & Boo Eversman John & Dianne Farmer Larry & Judith Farmer (A) Frank & Louise Fennerty Gary & Connie Fennewald (A) Phil & Kay Fetterman (A) Agnes Finley Tom Finley * Jim & Ann Rene Foil (A) Mike & Katherine Foresman (A) Rodney Foster (A) Ray Fournelle (A) Richard & Sandra Frueh Δ John Gardner Skip Garner Lawrence & Catherine George (A) David Glenn N Ira Goff * Michael & Vivan Goodwin N James & Lida Marie Gorrell Willis & Rose Grinstead (A) Henry & Margrete Gross * Max & Jacki Guinn Jack & Denise Guth Ed & Barbara Hale Les & Loretta Werner Hamilton (A) Mark & Mary Hargis Johnny & Elizabeth Harmon * M Margaret Geraldine Harr * M Michael & Deborah Haynes (A) M Richard & Janace Heagler (A) Brad & Connie Hornburg Δ Paul & Linda Hustad Δ (A) William & Catherine Jenks * M Ken & Beverly Jinkerson (A) Byron & Mary Ann Keil Δ Al & Marian Kidwell Len & Mary Kirberg M Barry & Deborah Koenemann

Alan & Karen Kornacki N Dennis & Mary Kostic Mark & Terri Krahenbuhl Harold Krueger M Bob & Mary Kruse Δ Gene & Rose Lang John & Bonnie Latzer (A) Pete & Marylou Legsdin (A) Frank & Joan Lyons Gary & Lisa Maxwell Emily McCaffrey John Remmers & Catherine McCain (A) Belding & Ruby McCurdy * F (A) M Dale & Tracy McHenry (A) Helen McIntyre Kim Colter & Elaine Menke Tom & Kathryn Miesner Jonathan & Catherine Motherwell Freda Munger * Paul Munger (A) James Murphy M Jennifer Myers * Steve Nelson Fred Newton June Oberbeck * Ron & Suzanne Olson M Tom & Linda Owens Δ Jack & Jolene Painter * M Mike & Catherine Party Paul Pender N Roy Perry * Dottie Perry Norris & Laura Perry Δ (A) Herman & Helen Pfeifer (A) Peter & Marion Pietsch * Bob Pohl * (A) Doris Pohl (A) Jack Potter Doyle & Suzanne Powell Lee & Miriam Powell Δ (A) Grace Prange Herbert Prange * Kurt Priester * Sue Priester Jim Redding * Mary Louise Redding Edward & Hilda Remmers Dusty Rhoades * Trudy Robbins Kent & Winona Roberts Bernie & Lena Sarchet * F M John & Katie Sauer Ray & Ruth Schaffart Δ (A) Harold & Linda Schelin (A) George & Catherine Schindler (A) Inge Scott James & Edna Scott * Edith Skitek Gabe Skitek * Corinne Smith Duncan Smith * Bill Soper (A)

Claudine Spalding M Vic Spalding * M Ernest & June Spokes * Dick & Marge Stegemeier (A) Bob Stevens M Howard & Geraldine Stine (A) Bryan & Jeanne Stirrat Wally Stopkey (A) Steve & Elizabeth Suellentrop Betty Sutfin Carl Sutfin * Ralph & Shelby Szygenda (A) Le Thompson Stephen Mathers & Dianna Tickner (A) Selden & Joyce Trimble Ed & Janet Tuck Norman Tucker (A) George Uding Δ (A) Brownie Unsell * Jeanette Unsell Jim & Karen Van Buren (A) John Warner * Vicky Warner Ann Webb (A) M Bill Webb * M John & Patricia Wickey (A) John & Melody Wiggins Rex Williams * Bob Wilson * Δ (A) Julia Wilson Δ (A) Bob Wolf * M Dottye Wolf (A) M Dee Wyatt * Louise Wyatt Wei-Wen & Yueh-Hsin Yu Thomas & Judith Zenge (A) Mr. & Mrs. Henry Zoller * F

General Membership Tom & Marjorie Abernathy (A) Gary & Carolyn Achenbach Tom & Kaye Lynn Akers Wayne & Barbara Alexander N Timothy Alfermann Diana Alt (A) Dick & Anita Altheide (A) Andy Anderson Bill & Jamie Anderson Colleen & Kim Anderson Jim & Dixie Anderson Marguerite Anderson * Mary Alice Anderson Max & Tina Anderson (A) M William Anderson (A) Lewis Andrews * Jamie Archer Bassem & Gery Armaly Will & Wilma Arnold Bob & Joan Aronstam Lee & Mary Aston George Axmacher * Norma Axmacher

* denotes deceased | N denotes new member | Δ denotes advancing member | (A) denotes Miner Alumni Association donors F denotes founding member | KMST Charter Society member | M denotes Hasselmann Society member | H denotes honorary member

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OGS donors listed by | giving level Daniel Bailey Ernest & Angie Banks (A) Bill & Shirley Barbier David & Kay Barr Dick & Susan Baumann John & Marcia Behr Leland & Jerena Belew Don & Judith Bellchamber (A) Bob & Gwendolyn Benezette Bob & Irene Bening (A) Wayne & Jane Bennetsen Vern & Nancy Berkey (A) Jack & Carolyn Bertelsmeyer Jack Best (A) Earl Biermann * Olga Biermann Jim Bogan & Mary Bird (A) Bill & Jane Black M Daniel Bohachick James & Judith Bradley (A) Glenn & Janet Brand (A) Mike & Barbara Bray (A) Darlene Brees J.D. & Amy Bridges Jason Bridges (A) Robert & Joyce Brockhaus N Henry & Elizabeth Brown (A) Billy Rex Browngard * (A) Bertie Browning * Maurice & Ann Brubaker Ray & Susan Bucy Tom & Marsha Buechler Stephen & Barbara Bugg Dick & Janice Bullock (A) David & Carolyn Bunch Jim & Mary Bush Connie Byrne Ed & Patricia Jean Marlow Calcaterra Gene & Laurie Campbell Don & Virginia Capone (A) George & Elaine Carlstrom John & Patricia Carney Preston Carney (A) John & Wendy Carter Brian & Debbie Castle James & Laura Castle Margaret Castleman Mary Lou Castleman Judy Cavender Jeff & Lisa Cawlfield (A) Jim & Betty Chaney (A) Corey Chapman Chen Cheng-Chiao Elmond & Claire Claridge (A) Clint & Judith Clark John Claypool Bud Clayton * Martha Clayton Virginia Cleary Andrew Cochran * Tom & Debby Coffman Wayne & Donna Cogell Daniel & Rhonda Cole Hugh & Linda Cole N (A) Bud & Kathy Cook Don Coolidge * Helen Coolidge

Mark & La’Tonya Crawford Bill & Judie Crede Ed & Joan Crow Bill Culbertson * Clara Cunningham * Mack & Mary Daily (A) Don & Millie Dampf N Royal & Ana Maria Davide-Webster Pat & Caroline Davidson Bob & Wanda Davis Dwight Deardeuff * Linda Deardeuff Mike & Kathleen Delany Jeff & Sharon Douthitt Andrew Draker (A) Mr. & Mrs. Charles Draper * Bev Drury Peter & Shawna DuBois Don Dutton * Ruth Dutton Pat & Catherine Duvall (A) John & Marie Eash (A) Mark Ebel Bob & Adele Eck (A) Bill & Connie Eggert Bob & Catherine Elgin * (A) Dick and Becky Elgin Dale & Kathy Elifrits Howard Eloe JoAnn Eloe * Tom & Mildred English * Kelvin & Fran Erickson (A) Don Evans * Donna Evans Ed Farrell * Ruth Faucett Tom Faucett * Gary & Pamela Ferguson Floyd & Caroleen Ferrell Jamie Ferrero Neil & Barbara Ann Fiala (A) Susan Findley M Charlie Finley * Dixie Finley John Finley * M Susan Finley Mark & Stephanie Fitch Bette Fitzpatrick James Fitzpatrick * Paul & Deborah Fleischut Bill & Jeanne Flood (A) Russell & Patricia Flye N Glen & Mary Ellen Forck (A) Jimmy & Selma Forgotson * McElyea Frame * Bob & Susan Freeland Randy & Cecilia Freeman Harold & Nellie Fuller * John & Marie Fulton Walt & Laura Gajda M Bob Garvey Scott & Pamela Gegesky Craig & Laraine George Chuck Germer Elmer Gieseke * Ron & Shirley Gillham (A) Jerry Gilmore Ann Givens Paul Givens *

Evelyn Glover Jim Glover * Ed & Nancy Goetemann (A) Robbie & Margie Gordon Jack Govier * Virginia Govier Steven & Maria Grant Larry & Maxine Grayson Bill & Belinda Green Jay & Mickey Gregg Neal Griesenauer David & Betty Griffith Nance Griggs Will Griggs * Bud & Eileen Hacker F (A) Donald & Gail Hahn Stuart Baur & Martina Hahn-Baur Bill Hallett (A) John Hamblen * Marianne Hamblen Bob & Mary Hanna (A) Mark & Julie Harms Steve & Kim Harrison Mike & Jenny Hartung Buz & Sandy Harvey Hugh & Lane Harvey (A) Allen & Dina Hatheway Dennis & Patti Haubein Barry & Judy Hayden David Head John Heagler * Mary Heagler David Heideman Carl Heim * Holly Bohlen Heiser * Charlie & Peggy Hell William Heller * Matthew Hendren Tom & Mary Herrmann Jim & Michele Higbee David Hill Merle & Jayne Hill Gregory & Tina Hilmas Adam & Julia (Rosemann) Hilton Gary & Sharra Hinz Paul & Julie Hirtz (A) Jim Hoelscher * (A) Margaret Hoelscher Vic & Rosemary Hoffmann Gary & Gretchen Holland Don & Jean Holley Hop Hoppock * Nancy & Gene Horne Timothy & Kathleen Houghton Steve & Yvette Howard (A) Marvin & Mary Hudwalker (A) Wayne & Jaci Huebner Marcus & Melanie Huggans Orville & Judy Hunter Brian Hyde (A) Carl & Eleanor Ijames Jay & Dawna Immele Tom & Barbara Ingram Bill & Helen Jabsen * Dennis & Janet Jaggi Richard & Judy Janis (A)

Jon & Barbara Jansky Willard & Kay Jenkins Jim Jensen * Velma Jensen Martin & Patty Jischke Brian Johnson Jamey & Shannon Johnson Patrick & Michelle Johnson Rick & Teresa Johnson Rob & Rhonda Johnson Rollie & Lois Johnson LeCompte & Bernice Joslin * Phil & Barbara Jozwiak (A) Tom & Eleanor Kalin Ollie & Bernadeen Kamper * Dorothy Kasten Ray Kasten * Jim & Dorothy Keebler Greg & Becky Kellerman Mr. & Mrs. Mervin Kelly * Charles & Muriel Kentnor * F Danny Kerns Pete Malsch & Jeanne Kightlinger (A) Joe & Karen Kinsella Bob & Connie Klug (A) Perry Knight Richard & Mary Koch Robert & Erin Koch N Richard & Mary Beth Konrad Harold & Marie Koplar * Leslie & Barbara Koval Kraig & Sandy Kreikemeier (A) Joe & Susanne Krispin Dave & Janice Kroeter Christopher Krueger N Denny LaBantschnig James & Margie Lambert Jennings & Josephine Lambeth Bob & Sybil Lange Al & Debra LaPlante John & Nancy Larkin * Mildred Larkin John Larson John & Margaret Lauletta (A) Palmer & Laura Lawson Harvey Leaver * Olive Leaver Phil Leber (A) Dale & Irene Leidy Dennis & Pam Leitterman (A) Rodney & Nancy Lentz Bob & Marcia Leonard Rene Leonard Larry & Barbara Leuschke (A) Rodney Littleton John Livingston * Christopher Lloyd Cori Lock Vern & Betty Loesing * Bill & Joyce Logel D.C. & Pat Look Gregory & Amy Loomis Ed & Beth Lorey

Marie Loughridge (A) Len & Paula Lutz Floyd & Irene Macklin * F M George & Mary MacZura (A) Don & Lina Madison Paul Majors (A) Steve & Gwen Malcolm Steve & Leslie Malott Joe Marchello * Louise Marchello Kent Martin * Morton May * Kenneth & Helena Mayhan Greg & Janet McClain Mike & Sandy McComas Cary & Jane McConnell Jim & Judith McKelvey Mac & Margie McKelvey F Druery McMillan Mike & Marilyn McMillen (A) Philip & Glenda McNeal Roscoe & Emma Jean McWilliams (A) Jose & Juanita Mendoza Jim Sowers & Francine Merenghi Judy Metcalf Mike & Mary Meyer Ashok & Chris Midha John & Beverly Miles Ann Miller N Jim Miller * Norman & Sallie Miller Joe & Ann Minor Ann Mitchell Bob & Jane Mitchell John Mitchell * Barton & Deanna Moenster (A) Derald & June Morgan (A) Louise Morgan Buddie & Ena Morris Jack & Fran Morris N Tom & Belinda Gayle Morris Justin Moses Steven and Julia Moss N Bill & Deborah Mount Gary & Mary Mueller George & Darla Mueller M Steve & Ernestine Mueller Walter & Susan Mueller Nathan Mundis James J. Murphy * Jim & Linda Murphy Don Myers (A) Chuck & Jean Naslund Bob Nau * Ken Neal * Fred Nelson * Joanne Nelson Norbert Neumann Stephan & Kay Neumann Mary Null M Paul Null * M Jorge & Heidi Ochoa Cal & Eva Ochs Mike & Olive O’Connor Wendell & Sandra Ogrosky

Jane O’Keefe Tom O’Keefe * Tom & Rebecca O’Keefe Bill & Ferda Omurtag John Owens * Susan Owens Ed Owsley * Ralph & Marie Ozorkiewicz M Fred & Alison Parks Hans & Kashmira Patel Gary & Barb Patterson (A) Dick & Joyce Paul Dan & Loretta Paulson Harry & Ruth Pearson Jack Pennuto James B. Perkins* Marti Perkins Russell Perry Crockey & Kathryn Peterson Bob & Gail Phelan Dale & Jan Pitt N Bud & Mary Pohlman Joe & Jennifer Posda Mike & Jacquelyn Potter John & Sharyn Powell (A) Shamsher & Sally Prakash (A) Lance & Angie Privett (A) Joe & Charlotte Quinn (A) Joe Rakaskas * Pauli Rakaskas Chris & Darlene Ramsay (A) Maureen Ramsey Neil Randol Babu & Lalitha Rao Harvey Reed * Mabel Reed M John & Diane Reiss Murray & Ruth Renick Chuck Rice Alfred & Margaret Richardson Jack & Marcia Ridley Robert & Rebecca Riess N Phil Thompson & Catherine Riordan Robbie & Gertrude Robbins * John & Linda Rockaway Al & Christine Royal Mel & Leonora Rueppel Eugene & Mary Russell (A) Martin Rust (A) Bill Rutledge * Katherine Rutledge Anthony Salinas George & Donna Salof Nick & Amy Sansotta Lee & Priscilla Saperstein Bob Sauer Bob & Linda Saxer Robert & Janet Scanlon N Helen Schaefer * Tom & Janet Scheffer Dale & Betty Schillinger (A) Joe Schmidberger Norbert & Donna Schmidt Hans & Kathy Schmoldt Jon & Robin Schneider Paul & Nancy Schnoebelen (A)

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Art & Wilma Scholz * William & Jane Schonberg (A) Carl & Joyce Schopfer Walter & Irene Schrenk * F James & Cheryl Schroer (A) Gary & Janet Schumacher (A) Robert & Cynthia Schwartz N Toni Scott Jeffrey & Rebecca Seaman (A) Jere Cadoret & Cheryl Seeger Gene & Joan Sehl John Seipel * Mary Seipel Jerry & Maura Sellers Larry & Connie Sexton Ann Shelton James & Julia Shildmyer (A) Eric & Polly Showalter Si & Betty Sineath (A) Kevin & Karol Smith Neil & Susan Smith Tim & Martine Smith

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Walter & Venita Snelson * Betty Soult John Soult * J.C. & Trish Sowers Tom & Chris Sowers Elaine Spanier M Larry Spanier * M Don & Linda Sparlin Jim & Carol Spehr Dale & Tricia Spence Curt & Virginia Sphar Bob & Helen Springer * M Jane St. Clair F Rodman St. Clair * F Dale & Betty St. Gemme Keith & Sandra Stanek Al Steinbach * Dick & Mina Steiner Jeff & Mary Steinhart Rick Stephenson Judy Stewart Mac Stewart * E.A. & Pauline Stricker *

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Wes & Pam Stricker Daniel & Diane Stutts John & Lee Suarez Oliver & Helen Swisher Russ Pfeifle & Nicole Talbot (A) Bruce & Anita Tarantola (A) Betty Taylor Ote Taylor * Barbara Tedesco Al & Gladys Tetley * Al Thiede Kent & Betty Sue Thoeni (A) Gary Thomas * Tommy & Lois Thomas * Dudley Thompson * Leola Thompson LeRoy & Betty Thompson (A) Carlos & Joan Tiernon Frank Townsend * Bill & Judith Tranter Chuck & Ann Travelstead Trip & Concha Trippensee

Gerald & Lori Uhe (A) Jonathan Van Houten (A) Natalie Vanderspiegel Torie Vandeven John & Peggy Vaughn Rich & Carol Vehige Prashant Vemireddy (A) Mike Vickers * M Pat Vickers M Fred & Sue Vogt Lou Vogt Thomas & Carol Voss (A) Ray & Barbara Waggoner Bill & Lu Walker Don & Patricia Warner Dave Weinbaum Mel & Millie Weinbaum * Jean Weingaertner John Weingaertner * Bud & Naomi Weiser * Anne Weller Charles Weniger Henry Whaley *

Patricia Whaley (A) Sara Wharton * Wayne & Linda Whitehead (A) David & Donna Whiteley Virgil Whitworth * F Luke Spence & Janet Wickey-Spence (A) Brandon Wieschhaus (A) John & Marilyn Wiesehan Gerald Wilemski Lance & Patricia Williams Rob & Kathy Williams Ron & Janet Williams Willis & Nancy Wilson Bob Winkle * Joanne Winkle Ben & Brenda Winter (A) Don & MaryAnn Wojtkowski Len & Ida Mae Wolff (A) Warren K. Wray Gordon & Betty Carole Wright Bob Ybarra Lance Haynes & Leslie Young

* denotes deceased | N denotes new member | Δ denotes advancing member | (A) denotes Miner Alumni Association donors F denotes founding member | KMST Charter Society member | M denotes Hasselmann Society member | H denotes honorary member

Leaving a legacy: The Hasselmann Society Karl Hasselmann, MinE’25, left a legacy of geological exploration for people around the globe. An internationally known geologist, Hasselmann’s system for underwater oil exploration led to the world’s first underwater oil field and the first offshore oil wells in the Gulf of Mexico. At Missouri S&T, he left a legacy of giving. To date, the Hasselmann’s contributions to Missouri S&T total more than $13 million, and thanks to estate planning, that amount is still growing. The Hasselmann Society recognizes those individuals who have made provisions for Missouri S&T in their wills or other estate plans. Through the generosity and forethought of these alumni and friends, programs and facilities are preserved and improved, student and faculty opportunities are developed, and Missouri S&T’s future is secured.

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Missouri S&T thanks each and every one of our friends and benefactors. Their gifts touch the lives of countless

students. The following list includes cash gifts received from July 1, 2007, to June 30, 2008.

ALUMNI DONORS LISTED BY CLASS YEAR Class of 1910 $25,000 to $49,999

V.H. McNutt Memorial Foundation M

Class of 1913 $250 to $499

Harry Nowlan Trust M

Class of 1915 Up to $100

Mrs. John (Pauline) Doyle Estate M

Class of 1925 $1,000,000-plus

Class of 1938 $1,000 to $2,499

Mrs. Herbert (Grace) Prange

$500 to $999

Allen Bliss (A) B.W. Koeppel (A) M

$250 to $499

Edward Ballman (A)

$100 to $249

Class of 1939 $10,000 to $24,999

William Oberbeck Sr. (A)

Hubert Barger

Class of 1933

Robert Haviland (A) Mrs. William (Ruby) Webb (A)

$250 to $499

$100 to $249

Robert Sackewitz

Class of 1936 Up to $100

Carlton Barrow Hoyt Thompson (A)

Class of 1937 $100 to $249

Frank Millard (A) Mrs. Wilfred (Quita) Rodman (A)

Up to $100

Joseph Marvin Coon James Donahue (A) Paul Ross (A) Mrs. Edward (Mabel) Rueff (A)

Bob Nevins Jr. (A)

Neal Buck Frank Pittenger

$1,000 to $2,499

$100 to $249

Walter James Carr Jr.

Up to $100

$250,000 to $499,999

Class of 1934

$100 to $249

Class of 1941

$2,500 to $4,999

Charles Hunze (A)

Rex Alford (A) Walter Paul Leber (A)

Belding Henry McCurdy * (A) M

Mrs. Karl (Marjory) Hasselmann * M

Karl Hasselmann * M

$250 to $499

Glenn Brand

Up to $100

Lewis Graber (A) Margaret Kerr Miller (A)

Class of 1940 $100,000 to $249,999 Arline Dennie Estate M

$1,000 to $2,499

$10,000 to $24,999 $5,000 to $9,999 John Gardner II

$1,000 to $2,499 John McKee (A)

$500 to $999 Armin Fick

$250 to $499

Alden Hacker (A) Clyde Hanyen (A)

$100 to $249

Hermann Bottcher (A) Donald Falkingham (A) M Mrs. Fred (Hayes) Hoener (A) Herbert Stockton (A) Carl Zvanut (A)

Up to $100

Daniel Kind (A) Oscar Muskopf (A) M Robert Pohl * (A)

$500 to $999

Niles Brill (A) Harold Krueger M Mrs. Jacques (Margaret) Zoller (A)

$100 to $249

John Allen Mrs. Mark (Shirley) Beard (A) Harry Warren Buckner Julian Fuller (A) Mrs. Glenn (Ruth) McCain (A) Joseph Schmitt (A) Joe VanPool (A)

Up to $100

Charles Heuer (A) Carl Johnk Edward Schneider Jr. (A) Benjamin Weidle (A)

Class of 1943 $5,000 to $9,999

John Leming Estate M James Neustaedter (A) M

$1,000 to $2,499 William Flood (A) Paul Rothband George Thomas (A)

$500 to $999

Jack Fleischli (A)

Wayne Bennetsen (A) Frank Kenneth Kyle (A) Warren Loveridge (A)

$250 to $499

Class of 1942

$100 to $249

Ruble Burns (A) Norman Tucker

$25,000 to $49,999

$500 to $999

$10,000 to $24,999

John Klug (A) Charles Sturgis (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Fred Kisslinger (A) M

Robert Brackbill (A) Vernon McGhee (A) M Ed A. Smith Trust M

Waldemar Dressel Carl Weis (A)

John Burst (A) Douglas Christensen (A) Kent Comann (A) M John Driscoll (A) William Gimson Jr. * (A) Thomas Gregory (A) Edward Gygax (A) Matthew Kerper (A)

Henry Kurusz (A) M Maurita Stueck M Roy Werner

$100 to $249

Up to $100

Up to $100

Joseph Berndt Jr. (A) Herbert Kalish (A) John Olson

Class of 1944 $1,000,000-plus Harold Block * M

$5,000 to $9,999

Peter Des Jardins (A) M

$1,000 to $2,499

John Brodhacker (A)

$500 to $999

Henry Adamick (A) Edwin Goetemann (A) Morris Sievert (A) M

$250 to $499

Satoshi Kuwamoto Robert Schmidt (A)

Amy West

Class of 1946 $1,000 to $2,499 Arthur Meenen (A)

$100 to $249

Thomas Daniels (A) Howard Fowler Russell Frame (A) Vincent Shanks (A) Kenneth Wilhelms

Class of 1947 $100,000 to $249,999 William Howard Trust M

$2,500 to $4,999 John Schork (A) M

Warren Helberg (A) Frederick Nevin (A) Harry Scott (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

$100 to $249

$500 to $999

Mrs. William (Helen) Barnett (A) Frederick Drewing (A) Alan Ploesser (A) Jean Ronat (A) Mrs. Kenneth (Margaret) Schoeneberg (A) Gene Smith Alfred Thiele

Up to $100

Robert Dietz Richard Hansen (A) Donald Kozeni Thomas Mazzone (A) Edmund Waltenspiel

Class of 1945 $1,000 to $2,499 James McKelvey

$500 to $999 Elmer Milz (A)

Eugene Hammann (A)

Harold Butzer (A) Richard Cole (A)

$250 to $499

Paul Carlton * William McKinnell Jr. John Powell (A) Keith Sheppard (A) James Smith (A) Ronald Tappmeyer (A)

$100 to $249

Keith Raymond Bailie (A) Roy Dunham (A) Glenn Fritz (A) Mrs. Paul (Sue) Henning George Henry (A) Robert Kendall (A) Gilbert LaPiere (A) Walter Liddell James Sullivan Wilbur Tappmeyer Joel Teel (A) Kenneth Vaughan (A)

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Up to $100

John Lewis Jr. Edward Little Wilbert Wegener

Class of 1948 $500 to $999

James Chaney (A) Richard Howell (A) Gilbert Keeley (A) M Mrs. Henry (Patricia) Whaley (A)

$250 to $499

Peter Bermel (A) Alvin Shwartz (A) Wilbern Weddle (A)

$100 to $249

Joseph Allen Jr. John Barton Howard Casselman (A) Michael Delany Ronald Emo (A) Robert Held (A) Joseph Hepp (A) Robert Kracht (A) John Leahy (A) Walter Mathews (A) Mrs. George (Isabel) McCormack Edward Mueller Kenneth Niewoehner Roger Nowlin (A) Lawrence O'Neill * (A) David Petersen (A) David Smith (A) Wilbert Stoecker Charles Van Eaton III (A) John Walter Wallace (A) Glenn Windsor Warren (A) James Whanger (A)

Up to $100

Charles Anton Charles Browning (A) James Chaffin Alphonsus Deichmann (A) Maurice Ellis Mrs. William (Sue) Ellis (A) Richard Enochs (A) James Fisher (A) George Gregg Robert Gregory Samuel Halcomb Alfred Harvey (A) Paul Kram John Likens (A) Robert Rock John White

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Landon Viles (A) M Vernon Wells Charles Wissel (A) Norman Wolk (A)

$10,000 to $24,999

Up to $100

Class of 1949 $500,000 to $999,999

Mrs. Joseph (Shirley) Clooney Jr. Walter Knecht (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Robert Bay (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Francis Fennerty (A) Mrs. William (Dorothy) Gammon (A) Daniel Paul Rice (A) Gordon Scofield Mrs. Edgar (Elizabeth) Telthorst (A)

$500 to $999

Jack Downs (A) Robert Kemper (A) Donald Timmer (A) Robert Tindall Jr. * (A)

$250 to $499

Harvey Anderson Jr. (A) Charles Bennett (A) Jack Foster (A) Mrs. Amos (Lois) Norman (A) Joseph Quinn (A) John Reilly Jr. (A) Charles Remington John Stein

$100 to $249

Mrs. James (Maxine) Bell (A) Charles Bottermuller (A) David Brasel (A) Gordon Carpenter (A) Roy Coplen Jr. (A) Frederick Crossman (A) David Dalpini (A) Carl Danzer (A) Richard Duncan Paul Edwards (A) Norman Fanning John Gosen (A) Nick Holloway Jr. Donald Kelly Robert Martin (A) John Mulligan (A) Reinhold Poppitz (A) Joseph Reiss (A) Charles Ross (A) Albert Seelig Jr. (A) John Shute Frederick Springer (A) Charles Springstube (A) Mrs. David (Betty) Tittman (A) Arthur Tucker (A)

George Anderson (A) M Donald Atkisson Alexander Boyer (A) Paul Greer (A) Donald Haskell (A) John Hegwer Edward Leonard Laurel Linn James McGrath (A) Harlan Meyer Gordon Raymer Harvey Ross (A) Robert Schmedake (A) Otto Van Maerssen (A) Reagan Young

Class of 1950 $100,000 to $249,999 Thomas Holmes M

$25,000 to $49,999 David Grimm (A) George Jamieson M

$10,000 to $24,999 Billy Rex Browngard Estate (A) M Donald Dampf (A) Warren Rutz (A) Mrs. Lawrence (Elaine) Spanier (A) M

$5,000 to $9,999 John Wickey (A)

$2,500 to $4,999

Arthur Helwig (A) Louis Kapernaros (A) Richard Stegemeier (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Vernon Berkey (A) Morton Deutch (A) M Avery Ala Drake Jr. (A) Earle Filer (A) Thomas Herrmann (A) Mrs. John (Gloria) Oliphant

$500 to $999

Edward Kyburz (A) George Mabie (A) Robert Peppers (A)

$250 to $499

Wilbert Bach Jr. (A) John Bennett (A) Jesse Bodine (A)

William Bucha Aaron Greenberg (A) M Richard Hunt Merritt Langston Raymond Maag Theodore Reeves (A) Kent Roberts Cloice Robert Sanders (A) Mervin Shanafelt (A) Seymour Subitzky (A) August Vogler Jr. (A) Frank White Jr. (A) Alden Williams (A) Carl Zerweck Jr. (A)

$100 to $249

Lewis Agnew Jr. (A) Sheldon Arenberg (A) Raymond Avery Jr. (A) Alexander Baldo (A) Robert Ball (A) Edwin Barsachs (A) Eugene Bartels Robert Buel (A) Laurence Cantwell (A) Paul Carroll Willie Chen (A) Russell Diefenbach Melih Durusan (A) William Gabelmann (A) Arthur Gore (A) Clarence Graves Jr. (A) Louis Greco (A) Donald Griffin (A) Paul Haas (A) Irvin Hawkins (A) William Haymes (A) Bennett Howell (A) Clay Iten Donald Johnson Edward Johnson (A) Ralph Johnston Jr. (A) Herman Kaller (A) Kenneth Keating (A) Irving Klaus (A) Arlen Kuehnert (A) Charles Kunz (A) Hulen Luetjen (A) Carl Mann (A) Donald Marshall (A) Warren McNely * John McNichols (A) Howard Meier (A) Douglas Middleton (A) Edward Mooney (A) William Murphy (A) William Paulsell (A) Eugene Peetz (A) Gene Robinson (A) Parnell Schoenky (A) Dale Sims (A) Eugene Stifel (A) John Strong (A) Edwin Szumachowski (A) Milton Terry Harold Theerman (A)

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Mrs. Vester (Jeanette) Unsell James Winkler Harold Wright (A)

Up to $100

John Absalom Hubert Arnold Earl Bage (A) Eugene Bentrup Donald Branson Delmar Wallace Breuer (A) Stuart Brown Charles Church Roy Clayton (A) Fredrick Cochran (A) Jack Coffelt William Coolbaugh Mrs. Robert (Roxie) Cronk (A) Ralph Davis Jr. (A) Raymond Davis Robert Erb (A) Robert Erskine Ivan Gray (A) Enrique Heller (A) Clarence Isbell Jr. (A) Russell Judah Kenneth Kasten Robert Kreul (A) David Levy Joseph Manetzke Jr. Ernie Mason (A) Mrs. Warren (Carol) McNely Theodore Oldenburg (A) Robert Patten Robert Paulsell (A) Earl Sanderson Jr. (A) Donald Sewall William Spencer Shirley (Swartz) Spindle (A) Robert Starke Robert Steele Jack Steuterman (A) Edgar Thielker (A) Clarence Tunnicliff Raymond Warfield Jr. (A) Ralph Wolfram (A) Kenneth Zeller (A)

Class of 1951 $25,000 to $49,999 David Glenn (A) Paul Pender (A) Ervin Sieck Trust M

$10,000 to $24,999 Richard Bauer (A)

$2,500 to $4,999

Raymond Cathcart (A) Donald Dowling Jr. (A) William Horst (A) M


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Herman Fritschen Jr. (A) Joseph Senne Jr. (A) Mrs. Robert (Dorothea) Wolf (A) M

$500 to $999

Richard Bullock George Comanich (A) Earl Jackson (A) Bruce Tarantola (A) Donald Wiseman (A)

$250 to $499

Gerald Bellis (A) Kenneth Burkhead Sr. (A) Eugene Hohlfelder (A) Lester Holcomb (A) William Shepard

$100 to $249

Anthony Anderhub (A) William Baldwin (A) Roger Banghart (A) Robert Barrow (A) John Brillos (A) Melvin Buettner * (A) Mrs. James (Erma) Cooper (A) Gilbert Crowell (A) Arthur Dasenbrock (A) Mrs. Robert (Virginia) Dieckgrafe George Donaldson (A) William Fairchild Joseph Fris (A) Dee Gehrig (A) William Givens David Gould John Griffith (A) Frank Guzzy (A) William Harper (A) Paul Harrawood Mrs. John (Mary) Heagler (A) John Hirner (A) Clark Houghton Gerald Johnson Gerald Keller (A) Harry Kennedy (A) Donald Kingsborough (A) Andrew Knepper (A) William Koederitz (A) Rollin Koontz * Richard Ladd Roy Miles (A) Marion John Norton (A) Elmer Packheiser (A) Joe Powell (A) Milton Silver (A) Mrs. Thomas (Susie) Simpson (A) James Skiles (A) Robert Slankard (A) Dwight Teagarden (A) Lee Wehmeier (A) Larson Wile (A)

Up to $100

Joseph Beatty Billy Burkhardt (A) Jerome Elbaum William Elwood (A) George Ferber (A) William Houf (A) Audrey Huddleson (A) Roger Hull (A) Dean Kleinkopf Charles Kline (A) Eugene Kolb Eugene Larson John May Hulon McDaniel Martin Oudenhoven (A) James Roberts Wiley Ruhl Jr. Martin Rust Charles Schweizer Richard Thurston (A) Mario Trieste William Tsai (A) Mrs. Donald (June) Witzl (A)

Class of 1952 $10,000 to $24,999 Byron Keil Robert Schafer (A)

$5,000 to $9,999

Gene Edwards (A) M Ernest Reeves (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Paul Hausmann

$1,000 to $2,499 John Bartel (A) Kenneth DeLap (A) Gene Huffman (A) Dirck Stickle (A)

$500 to $999

Thomas Abernathy (A) Richard Bosse (A) Edward Calcaterra George MacZura (A) Michael Rodolakis (A) Waldemar Stopkey (A)

$250 to $499

David Meskan (A) James Tankersley (A) Robert Uthoff (A)

$100 to $249

James Borberg Homer Coonce (A) Floyd Drummond * (A) Guy Ellison John Evans George Fish Charles Harman (A) Emil Hrbacek (A)

Richard Light (A) Peter Lucido William Penney Jr. (A) Vernon Potter (A) Mehmet Keyhan Samimi (A) Roger Schoeppel (A) Joseph Varanouskas (A) Leroy Wheelock (A) Dean Williams (A)

Up to $100

Glenn Audsley Frederic Ayres (A) James Boyle Willard Cox (A) Michael DeLucca John Finklang (A) Harold Freiberger (A) Joseph Geers William Guinn Wayne Jackson (A) Eugene Laubach Rolla Lush Gregory Menke (A) George Morefield (A) Earl Pape (A) Clarence Richey (A) Eugene Sanders Roger Scrivner (A) Russell Strite (A) Clarence Tarr Jr. James Van Bebber Jr. Robert Wickey Norman Zachelmeyer (A)

Class of 1953 $25,000 to $49,999 Robert Jenkins (A)

$5,000 to $9,999 Howard Yorston

$2,500 to $4,999 William Barbier

$1,000 to $2,499

Wayne Dannenbrink (A) William Oberschelp (A) William Patterson (A) M Eugene Strohbeck (A)

$500 to $999

Marvin Boyd (A) Peter Hansen (A) Vernon Jones M Andrew Leponis (A)

$250 to $499

James Edward Akers George Freebersyser (A) Myron Haynes (A) Elwood Knobel (A) Eugene Lang Sr. John Robert McDonald (A) Eugene Myers (A) James Roberts

$100 to $249

Ernest Achterberg (A) Donald Bardon William Blackwell (A) H. Walker Flood (A) John Ford (A) Richard Hendrickson (A) Edward Keil Thomas Koederitz (A) Ralph Kuster Jr. (A) James Ludewig (A) Donald Proctor Raymond Sacks (A) Fred Scharf (A) John Young (A)

Up to $100

Henry Andre James Cauthorn (A) Edward Creamer (A) Donald Gegel (A) Harry Hoppe Jr. Manfred Katz (A) William Kronmueller Rayford Kruger (A) David McKee Alfred Neiman Raymond Reschetz (A) Joe Reynolds Fred Roberts Bennie Stephenson George Stoddard George Thompson

Class of 1954

Ray Rucker James Toutz (A) Robert Van Duyne Richard Wildermuth

Up to $100

Mack Breazeale Dale Emling Judson Hughes Jr. (A) James Jones Harold Koelling Harry Poe Paul Ramsey Rayburn Williamson (A)

Class of 1955 $250,000 to $499,999 Frederick Kummer Jr.

$100,000 to $249,999 Ellis Smith (A)

$5,000 to $9,999

Virgil Lee Powell (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 David Nothstine (A)

$500 to $999

Arthur Baebler (A) Robert Bening (A) Edward Clark Jr. (A) Robert Oetting

$250 to $499

Joseph Green (A) Richard Jones (A) Donald Kummer

$100 to $249

Campbell Barnds III (A) Richard Berg (A) John Best Donald Bogue (A) Garland Friederich Lawrence Gidley Charles Hahs William Hallett (A) Harry Kruger (A) Mrs. Russell Langston (A) Vern Markos (A) John McCarthy (A) John Miles (A) Robert Newcomer John Padan (A) Herman Ray Melvin Sharp Jr. Benjamin Smith (A) Arthur Soellner James Warren Stump (A) Paul Tucker (A) Charlie Vaughn (A) Laszlo Zala (A)

Up to $100

Donald Bailey Everett Collier James Franklin Marlin Krieg (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Max Burgett (A) Herbert Pillisch (A)

$500 to $999

Joseph Krispin (A)

$250 to $499

Alan Burgess M Frank Conci (A) Gene Haertling James Kenneth Highfill Robert Shoolbred Carlos Tiernon

$100 to $249

Robert Andersen (A) Thomas Crutcher Mrs. John (Susan) Finley M James Gerard (A) Daniel Groteke (A) James Hubeli (A) Richard Humphries (A) Arthur Kemp III (A) Robert O'Brien (A) James Patterson (A) Charles Poe Jr. (A) Donald Puyear Robert Puyear Donald Riemenschnitter

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James Marlow Miklos Nagy Robert Owens (A) Martin Prager (A) Peter Redel (A) James Rethmeyer Jr. Duane Sanner Julius Scott (A) Gerald Spann Robert Sprick (A)

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Mrs. George (Marsha) Baumgartner (A)

Leroy Beghtol David Edmonds Robert Gruver Wendell Haubein (A) Harry Hays Richard Hughes (A) David Ketcham Ray Kollmeyer (A) Warren Lieberman Paul Remmers (A) Allen Rudolph (A) William Schramm William Sebastian (A) Kennyn Statler (A) Kenneth Steffan (A) Jack Stewart (A) Donald Walter Edgar Walton

Charles Edwards (A) Jack Feaster Donald Ferguson II (A) Charles Frey (A) Robert Fuller (A) George Gratz David Harbaugh (A) Raymond Hussey (A) Robert Jackson (A) James Johnson Waymon Johnston (A) Vernon King Paul Leming Joseph Louvar (A) Terry Macalady (A) William McClane (A) Wallace Saunders John Scoggins Clifford Tanquary (A) Ann Wethington

$2,500 to $4,999

Class of 1957

Up to $100

Class of 1956 $25,000 to $49,999 Kenneth Riley (A)

$10,000 to $24,999

James Murphy M James Unnerstall (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Charles Altheide (A) Bruce Doe (A) M Ronald Gillham Willis Grinstead (A) John Rose (A) Dale Schillinger (A) James Shildmyer (A)

$500 to $999

Donald Brown (A) Thomas Cochran* Samuel Gulotta (A) Gaylord Meyer (A) LeRoy Thompson (A)

$250 to $499

Norman Hart (A) Gilbert Jurenka (A) Dale Orrick (A) Harold Schmidt (A)

$100 to $249

Virgil Boyd Jr. (A) Neil Fiala (A) Larry Fussell Dennis Gooding (A) Richard Herndon (A) James Hickernell (A) Roy Johanboeke Ralph Jones James Martin Robert Owen Arthur Reetz George Roe Harry Sauer Jr. * (A) Clay Schmittou (A) George Senior (A) Raymond Tauser (A) David Thompson (A) August Weisler Jr. (A)

Up to $100

$5,000 to $9,999 Lloyd Reuss (A) William Soper (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 David Bunch

$1,000 to $2,499

Richard Heagler Sr. (A) David McKinstry Herbert Miller (A) Edwin Reid (A)

$500 to $999

Roger Feaster (A) Ramon Hoffman (A) Richard Humphrey (A) Charles Miller (A)

$250 to $499

William Alexander (A) Louis Astroth (A) Charles Baker Donald Bowers (A) Edward Campen (A) William Demzik (A) Ronald Frakes (A) Billy Franklin (A) John Rother (A) Philip Roush (A) Ardell Schelich (A) Joseph Seibold (A) Marshall Severson (A) Jerry Webb (A) Charles Weldy (A) Al Wentz Jr. (A)

$100 to $249

August Bardelmeier (A) Joseph Chorzel Jr. (A) Robert Cowan Jr. (A) Frederick Dietrich Lorenz Duerr (A)

John Anderson Robert Anderson Warren Berger Samuel Bowman III James Carl John Dever Paul Gerlach (A) Ronald Guyer (A) David Hawkins (A) Norman Johnson Curtis Leach James Lorenz Robert Mason (A) Alexander Matz Jr. (A) Larry Oppliger Kenneth Shriver (A) Harold Steinbruegge D'Jeanne (Welden) Stevens James Trautwein Clarence Vetter Jr. Russell Wege John Weiler

Class of 1958 $100,000 to $249,999 Jack Haydon

$10,000 to $24,999 Raymond Bucy Jr. Delbert Day (A) M

$2,500 to $4,999

Donald McGovern (A) Eugene Russell Sr.

$1,000 to $2,499

Robert Capps (A) Richard Dendler (A) Arthur Kiehne Richard Okenfuss (A) M Richard Vitek M

$500 to $999

George Tomazi (A) M Charles Watts (A) John Weems

$250 to $499

Mrs. Wayne (Betty) Andreas (A) Richard Boyett (A) Donald Capone Thomas Herrick Paul Herrmann III (A) Jack Jost (A) Orville Schaefer (A) William Schluemer Albert Schrenk (A) Marion Skouby (A) Thomas Smith (A) Mack Stanton (A) Robert Sucher (A)

$100 to $249

Rolland Behnken John Burrows (A) Edward Duderstadt (A) William Ebert Jr. Jerry Ennis (A) Philip Gerwert (A) Donald Gregory (A) James Hackett Harry Hardebeck Dale Harris Eldon Head James Hofstetter (A) Robert Hunter Philip Jackson (A) Ronald Jurenka John Kirse Jr. (A) Don Kissling Eva Kisvarsanyi Richard Konrad (A) Joseph Kroutil Jerold Littlefield William Luebbert (A) Dennis Mason (A) Richard Mason (A) Larry Meyer (A) Lary Miller (A) Charles Myers William Niemeyer John Rasche Robert Schmidt (A) Byron Schriever (A) Bob Sfreddo (A) Gilbert Starkweather (A) Henry Strieder (A) David Sutton (A) Lester Unnerstall (A) William Walker John Waters (A) Ralph Young

Up to $100

Gerald Allmon Earl Anspach (A) Gary Burlbaw

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Fred Cox Bradford Cummings William Field George Franke Charles Gant Ronald Grebing Donald Guetersloh (A) Dennis Hunnicutt (A) Arthur Kruger Eugene Mantovani William McCulley Joseph Mickes Louis Pisacane (A) Roy Rapisardo (A) Phillip Roper (A) Richard Schwegel Royce Scott Jr. Melvin Sherwood Paul Taylor Jerry Vie William Weeke Edward Werder George Wright

Class of 1959 $10,000 to $24,999 George Uding (A)

$5,000 to $9,999

James Berkel Charles Schneider (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Perry Allison Jerry Bayless (A) Lucien Bolon Jr. (A) Glenn Willard Jenkins Joseph Reichert (A) Gerald Stevenson (A)

$500 to $999

Donald Bellchamber (A) Leo Bowlin Jr. Don Henderson William Hord (A) Edward Hornsey (A) James Latham (A) John Lutz (A) David Plank (A) Hugh Wilson (A)

$250 to $499

Robert Ahlert (A) James Bradley (A) Albert Cawns (A) Marvin Ernest Hudwalker (A) Eugene Koederitz (A) Harold Meisenheimer (A) John Ratliff (A) Joel Scharf (A) James Shoemaker (A) Ronald Volker (A) Edward Wakefield (A)


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Frank Baum Jr. (A) Carl Bohl (A) Fred Borgini (A) Gerald Bramon Jr. (A) John Bronson William Buren Donald Call Don Crapnell (A) Donald Feaster (A) John Fuller Gary Gunn James Hahn (A) William Harper Gerald Hofer (A) Fred Isaacs Frank Janes (A) Gordon Johnson (A) Richard Jones David Law (A) Harry Lum (A) Robert Lyons Joseph Mengwasser

Henry Mingo (A) Ronald Mouser (A) James Patterson Charles Pollard (A) Norman Pond M James Pugh (A) Jerome Range (A) Richard Ross Carmen Ruggeri (A) Eugene Rusert Royce Schierding John Smith (A) Billy Thompson (A) James Weimholt Newton Wells (A) Donald Werner (A) Louis Whitehair Richard Wieker (A)

Up to $100

William Auberry Richard Bievenue John Borman

Fred Dice Jr. William Hanneman Valgene Hart Donald Hertzberg (A) Glenn Hoffman James Jackson Frank Lewis (A) Leland Long Gerald McHaffie (A) Alan McHugh Gerald Metcalf Paul Minton John Mitchell Hugh Moore Ronald Mueller M Leander Neumeier (A) Harold Olsen Wilson Overall (A) Donovan Schoonover Carl Schumacher (A) Gerald Selle Lee Shell Jr. Gaylon Smith (A)

Robert Stelloh Richard Thompson Thomas Tucker Stanley Waxman Paul Wilson (A) Robert Wright

$2,500 to $4,999

Risdon Hankinson (A) M

$1,000 to $2,499

Robert White M

Jerrold Alyea (A) M William Anderson (A) James Berthold (A) Robert Freeland Harry Hershey Orville Hunter Jr.

$10,000 to $24,999

$500 to $999

Class of 1960 $25,000 to $49,999

James Eckhoff

$5,000 to $9,999

John Claypool (A) Don Gunther (A) M Kent Weisenstein (A) Kenneth Wood (A)

James Lovelace Gary Patterson (A)

$250 to $499

Anthony Andreatta (A) Donald Cooper Thomas Cooper (A) Kenneth Jobe (A) Michael Kearney (A) Hossein Keshari (A)

Robert Kieffer (A) Donald Logsdon (A) Ray Parker Jr. (A) Weldon Phelps Louis Rephlo (A) Richart Slusher Herman Vacca (A) Richard Waddell (A) Harry Wilson

$100 to $249

Bruce Bramfitt Lewis Cappellari James Coffman (A) Glenn Cordes Danny Davidson (A) William Denk Henry Douglas Bill Engelhardt (A) James Ferrero (A) Virgil Flanigan George Graves (A) Richard Groner

General Motors: from EcoCAR to EWB, a strong partnership General Motors Corp. shares a long and strong relationship with Missouri S&T. GM is a vital partner in education and research, a top employer of S&T graduates, a leading recruiter of current students, and one of the university’s most generous corporate supporters. Each year, the campus hosts GM Day, during which representatives from the corporation discuss career opportunities with students, show off new GM vehicles and products, and accept resumes from potential employees. GM annually supports scholarships, diversity initiatives, student design activities, faculty recognition, curriculum development and engineering advances. GM also supports Missouri S&T’s Engineers Without Borders chapter and the university’s Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education program (PACE). Through PACE, GM and other corporations help selected academic institutions around the world prepare the next generation of innovators. The program exposes students to the latest technologies in engineering, design and management.

GM is currently providing support for a new student design competition. Missouri S&T is one of 17 universities in North America that have been selected to participate in an eco-car challenge. The three-year challenge will test students’ abilities to re-engineer a Saturn VUE to achieve improved fuel economy and reduced greenhouse gas emissions, while retaining the vehicle’s performance and consumer appeal. The teams will incorporate lightweight materials into the vehicles, improve aerodynamics and utilize alternative fuels like ethanol and hydrogen. Each team will be tasked with finding a different solution to the larger problem. The S&T team learned in November that it has been selected to receive a hydrogen fuel cell powertrain. Only one other team in the competition, the University of Waterloo in Canada, will be working with a hydrogen solution. Other propulsion solutions involved in the challenge include: fully electric, range-extended electric, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid. In addition to production vehicles, GM is providing vehicle components, technical mentoring and operational support to the EcoCAR team.

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John Hager Johnnie Hall (A) Oliver Harris John Harty Kenneth Horenkamp (A) Charles Hunter Paul Jordan (A) Frederick Lynch John Miller Mario Padilla (A) Alexander Pawlowski Jr. (A) Kenneth Pendleton (A) Donald Popp David Price (A) David Putnam (A) Gene Rizer (A) Robert Schuler (A) Robert Siron (A) Roy Smith (A) Leo Tayloe (A) Milton Tilman Millard Underwood Jr. William Wescoat III

Donald Knobeloch Hugh Logue Henry Martin John McDaniels (A) Edgar Morris Thomas Mulherin Douglas Munsell (A) James Nagy Jon Nance Doyle Owens James Painter William Priesmeyer Jr. Clyde Rea (A) Ronald Schulz Walter Steinmann (A) Glenn Swartz Lamar Todd Neal Wagenheim (A) Robert Ward Frank Watson

Up to $100

Richard Agricola (A) Robert Benner (A) Donald Myers (A) Robert Wayne Whitehead (A)

Charles Akmakjian Gerald Allen Ralph Angle (A) Carl Armstrong Kerwood Barrand Sr. Russell Bausch (A) Robert Belew (A) Carrol Blackwell (A) Howard Blevins (A) Lawrence Boston Jerry Cadden David Chen (A) Lloyd Cooper * Kenneth Corbin Duane Cowan (A) Karl Daubel (A) Robert Davidson (A) Walter Dickens (A) Michael Duvall (A) Victor Hoffmann (A) Gordon Hyatt George Jordan Paul Kemper (A) John Kern

32 percent

Class of 1961 $1,000 to $2,499

$500 to $999

Larry Farmer (A) Bill Gerhart (A) Dale Leidy Barbara Patterson (A) Robert Meredith Saxer Thomas Theobald

$250 to $499

Eugene Brenning (A) Jerry Edison Farouk El-Baz (A) Robert Garvey Jack Gates (A) Harry Neal Grannemann (A) Russell Heglin (A) Charles Marosek (A) Virendra Mathur Louis Toepfer

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$100 to $249

Leroy Alt Richard Barr James Besleme Gerald Brunkhart (A) Lloyd Brunkhorst Thomas Canale Howard Colburn James DeSpain (A) William Frangel (A) Danny Fread James Harvey William Henning (A) John Latzer (A) Robert Laurenson (A) James Lester (A) Floyd Loftin William May (A) Eugene McLaughlin (A) Kenneth Moore (A) Thomas Noggle (A) James Odom (A) Ernest Perry Jr. Robert Pickett * Vinton Rathburn (A) Richard Redline (A) Charles Roberson Wayne Siesennop (A) Merle Southern (A) Richard Spieldoch Peter Stern (A) Daniel True (A) Harvey Walker Jr. Morris Worley William Zorumski

Up to $100

Larry Amsler (A) Donald Annis Richard Baur (A) William Bosse (A) Samuel Mitchell Bowers Richard Brake Gregory Bruns Frederick Cunha William Curson (A) Glen Dear Charles Featherston (A) Martha (Shultz) Fowler (A)

Fred Grismore Jr. Jimmy Hahs George Hall (A) Richard Hampe Robert Harris Robert Henderson (A) Kenneth Henry James Hollingshad Fred Huff John Hustad Melvin Ingram (A) Richard Kapfer (A) Mrs. Charles (Mavis) Kiefer John Kincaid Charles Lemons Richard Maguire James Marble (A) William Mathews (A) David Maune (A) John Merritt John Miles (A) Nelson Noell Ronald Pfeuffer (A) Earl Glenn Pietsch Don Rueh (A) Kenneth Schader Paul Shy James Staley (A) James Stidham Bruce Stinchcomb Larry Strobel Lowell Tripp John Walton Roger Weber Carroll Wheat Paul Whetsell William Wistehuff

Class of 1962 $10,000 to $24,999 Richard Campbell

$5,000 to $9,999

Robert Brockhaus

$2,500 to $4,999 Gary Havener

H. Pat Duvall (A) Floyd Hahn (A) William Harrill (A) Jerome Luecke Peter Malsch Gary Trippensee (A) Mrs. Robert (Julia) Wilson (A) Robert Wilson * (A)

$500 to $999

Allen Affolter (A) Ratan Daboo Roger Hoffman (A) Robert Merryfield (A) Paul Stigall (A) Richard Swanson (A) M Thomas Van Doren M

$250 to $499

Denny Bearce Charles Copeland (A) Gary Ferguson (A) Arthur Jacobsmeyer Russell Kamper (A) John Komo (A) Gilbert McKean Michael Reyburn (A) James Snow Robert Tooke Larry Webb (A) Walter Zimmermann

$100 to $249

Kenneth Baxter Jerald Bishop (A) William Breig Richard Brockmann Gary Buckrod (A) Larry Cline (A) Arthur Daoulas Bipin Doshi M Lindell Elfrink Robert Erdmann Arthur Farnham (A) Owen Funsch Daniel Gnanamuthu Jerome Govero (A) Donald Haas (A)

Percentage of S&T students who come from a household income of less than $40,000. Undergraduates make an average of $55,975 upon graduation (up to $83,875 if they earn a petroleum engineering degree). Graduate students make an average of $63,640 upon graduation.

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donors listed by | class year Richard Hagni Lawrence Harvey Daryl Hatfield David Hatfield (A) Michael Herzog (A) James Hesse Sr. Gerald Huck Rollie Johnson James Joiner Jack Jones (A) Jayant Kadakia (A) Jalon Leach Charles Limbaugh Ernest Littleton Erwin Mantei Charles McCaw (A) Peter Otten Darrell Ownby Daniel Payton III Thomas Phillips (A) Russell Richard Gerald Rullkoetter Narayan Sedalia Lewis Shuck (A) Kenneth Steele William Stokely (A) Harry Torno Craig Valentine (A) Joseph Weber (A) Daniel White Henry Williford Jr. Donald Willyard (A) William Wolkenhauer Donald Yates

Up to $100

Myra Anderson Francis Brady Jr. (A) Richard Breitenfeld Bill Brent Virgil Carr (A) Albert Copp Gerald Eberhart Sidney Fields Douglas Gaertner (A) Morris Gardner Michael Greeley William Hallerberg (A) James Harmon (A) William Harris Jr. Christopher Haycocks Richard Hopper Edward Horel (A) Richard Johnson William Jones Jr. Murray Michael McCrary (A) Gerald McMurtrey Richard Mueller (A) Carl Muench Jr. John Mullins Jr. Donald Overall Edgar Perrey Jr. Bob Pulley David Ray (A) Paul Frank Reichert Blair Rowley Ardeshir Samrad Jerry Scoggins Thomas Scott (A) Dinesh Shah Curtis Stairs Jr. (A)

Kenneth Steinbruegge (A) James Teske Robert Thurman Bob Vaughan William Wasson Ellis Wieda Gungor Yildirim

Class of 1963 $5,000 to $9,999 Kenneth Cage James DeLong *

$2,500 to $4,999

Donald Bartling (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Everett Adam Jr. Earle Hughes (A) Robert Koester Paul Rydlund Raymond Schaffart (A) James Van Buren (A)

$500 to $999

John Farmer III Michael Modde (A) Gary Schumacher (A) Robert Schwenker (A) Robert Sieckhaus (A) Jon Vaninger (A)

$250 to $499

Elaine Barnhill Sherman Brady Jr. (A) Franklin Brunjes Martin Bruns (A) Chang Don Kim (A) James Libiez Robert Markland Donald Mason Charles May Jr. (A) Gerald Purcell

$100 to $249

John Ainsworth Thomas Baird Lawrence Bell Jr. (A) Richard Buck (A) Ross Carnes Han-Chang Chung (A) Dennis Clark (A) David Cox (A) Woody Dauernheim (A) David Ferrill James Frazer (A) Forman Hardwick Raymond Jackson (A) Richard Jaquay Richard Jauer Jr. Dean Keith Jerome Klier (A) James Knox Jr. Walter Koenig (A) Thomas Kreichelt Allan LaPlante Richard Martin Wade Martin (A)

Manuel Melchor Thomas Miller Harvey Morris Jr. (A) Narendra Naiknimbalkar (A) Shafique Naiyer Stanley Nodland * Maurice Northcutt (A) Mahesh Patel Donald Peterson (A) Paul Ray Ronald Robertson (A) William Scholle (A) Lonnie Shalton (A) Harrel Timmons (A) Gary Vaughn Ronald Williams (A) John Zenor

Up to $100

Robert Arms Ronald Bartlett (A) Edward Benn John Bosnak Donald Bounds Glenn Brown Jerry Church Clyde Collins Jr. Edward David Darrell Donis David Everswick Robert Faoro Donald Frierdich (A) Louis Fuka (A) Douglas Hughes Richard Kahl Gary Kaletta John Knopp Edmund Koch Ronald L'Hommedieu Clarence Mayer Lane McCullough Jr. Herman Miller Richard Mills Ronald Mitchell Marvin Monday Harry Morgan Joseph Myslinski (A) Glenn Niblock (A) Thomas O'Farrell Edward Redington Roger Ringhausen (A) Richard Rintoul Winfred Robinson (A) James Robison (A) Joseph Rock Seth Schaefer (A) M Ervin Schmitz William Schuermeyer Walter Schuster Bertram Scollay Arvinkumar Shah David Spencer James Summitt (A) William Sutton (A) Allen Kent Thoeni Larry Thompson Lowell Thurman Cary Dennis White Natver Zinzuwadia

Class of 1964 $25,000 to $49,999 Keith Bailey (A)

$10,000 to $24,999 Jerry Davis Ronald Miller

$5,000 to $9,999 Calvin Cobb Charles Lyons

$2,500 to $4,999

Raymond Fournelle (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Milton Murry (A) Warren Needels Samuel Weaver (A)

$500 to $999

William Burchill Dennis Dreyer Bernard Ebert Jr. Roger Fanetti (A) Stuart Ferrell (A) Albert Kerr William Kirchoff Donald Peters (A) James Spehr George Taylor (A)

$250 to $499

Malcolm Thomas Barber (A) Donald Bartel Sheldon Bierman (A) Abram Cortelyou (A) Don Jones Alan Kamp (A) Ronald William Kraus (A) William Niemeier Stephen Ombalski Jr. Larry Parkinson (A) William Steinkamp (A) Graham Sutherland III Frank Tao (A) Oliver Von Behren (A)

$100 to $249

Joe Adams David Blume James Boeger (A) William Bowles Jr. Kenneth Broeking (A) Frazier Bronson Alfred Buescher (A) Carl Conley William Daniels Henry Fischer (A) Donald Freese (A) Richard Garrett Glen Greer Daniel Harris James Hill Robert Holley (A) Robert Hufft Jr.

Iqbal Jilani David Jones Raghu Khetan William Koechlein (A) Donald Laughlin Roscoe Mackie Richard Martin (A) James McDuff Mark Morris (A) Donald Morrison (A) Bennett Muns (A) James Norausky Gerald Orrison John Pappert David Peacock (A) Stephen Perry Gerald Rupert Daniel Sagramoso (A) William Shermer Harvey Smith III (A) Lewis Sowell Jr. Jack Suetterlin (A) Joey Tuttle Gary Voorhis Benjamin Wang Clarence Warning Tommie Wilson (A) Hsin-Chih Wu Kenneth Wulfert Jr. (A) Alan Douglas Zunkel (A)

Up to $100

Stanley Adams Thomas Basler Henry Bryant Jr. Jerry Cebe Edward Crum Robert Cushman Donald Dean Michael Devaney Robert Downey Paul Dudenhoeffer Gary Dyhouse Gerald Eckhoff Harry Edwards Theodore Garrett Jr. Maurice Green Jr. Myron Gruber Emmett Hahn Jr. Gerald Hoppe Bobby Hughey (A) Jerry Johnson Thomas Kelty (A) John Lamont Fredrick Lehman III John Limberg John Long Kenneth Masters Ronald McCauley Michael Meehan Krishna Misra Stanley Moon (A) Robert Murphy Eric Norman James Odendahl Manubhai Patel Ratilal Patel (A) Larry Peery Lyle Pruitt Robert Putz (A) Richard Raber

Edward Merle Raney (A) Daniel Schmidt Richard Schmidt (A) Charles Stack William Stine Alan Stricker (A) Robert Stuart David Treffinger (A) John Wendleton Irving Wheeler Jr.

Class of 1965 $100,000 to $249,999 Philip Chen (A) Robert Keiser Guy Mace

$10,000 to $24,999 Roger Dorf Paul Hustad (A)

$2,500 to $4,999

Maurice Brubaker Gerald Kettler (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Ladimir Aubrecht Jr. (A) Stephen Bugg Thomas Gaylord Gary Hinz John Rogers

$500 to $999

Gerald Bersett David Hoffman Charles Martin (A) James Shelby Jr. (A) Michael Smith (A) Edward Stepp (A)

$250 to $499

Russell Adams Gary Brunner Thomas Cook (A) James Crafton James Crouch Thomas Dunning Jr. (A) Charles Barry Hayden Edward Province Jr. Kenneth Robb (A) Robert Sundermeyer (A) Wayne Zimmerman (A)

$100 to $249

Jerry Anderson (A) Ralph Barr (A) Andrew James Barrett Gary Bickel (A) Ronald Bohac (A) William Branum (A) Marvin Byington George Carr Winston Wen-Cheh Chen Danny Chilton Dannie Clarida Edward Cole (A) John Dierker (A)

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Jimmie Eidson Larry Erwin (A) Jesse Evans William Falke John Furby (A) Richard Gentile Paul Griffin (A) Ronald Halbach (A) James Heidman Barry Heuer James Jamison Michael Jersa Gerald Johanpeter (A) Allen Kempe (A) Kin In Ko James Lysaght David Magurk Charles Marlow (A) Grover Morgan Jr. Derald Morgan Walter Mulyca Charles Myers Arthur Nickless (A) Darrell Nielsen (A) Mrs. Melvin (Susan) Picker John Porter Gerald Roe Frederick Rick Schmidt Nancy (Hoffman) Shaw (A) Paul Silvers Jr. John Smart Donald Spirk (A) Don Stainbrook Evan Thomas Jr. (A) Charles Vincent Lonnie Walker Travice Whitten Jr. (A) Raymond Wills Clyde Wilson (A) Norbert Wunderlich Charles Yang (A) Jacques Zakin

Up to $100

Arun Agrawal Paul Bass (A) Richard Belz Garry Bennett David Bergt (A) James Bitting (A) Milton Bradley Robert Breeding Peter Brune (A) James Canner Michael Castleberry James Clippard (A) Larry Cooper John Corrigan Louis Deken Warwick Doll Noland Durnell * Eugene Faenger (A) Manfred Gross (A) Dwight Hafeli (A) Joe Hohman Kent Horner Thomas Hrastich

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Eugene Koebbe Terence Martin William McCracken Gustavo Menocal Elizabeth (Stuart) Munson Renny Nichols (A) Alton Nute Robert Palaski Lee Palmer Theodore Pasek (A) Carl Reichert Wilbert Schroer Frederick Steele John Steimley (A) Roger Stickler Dennis Stover (A) Robert Thrash (A) Charles Toedtman (A) Terence Towers Dinesh Vekaria (A) Vincent Wahler Jr. William Wells

Class of 1966 $100,000 to $249,999 Raymond Betz

$10,000 to $24,999

James Bertelsmeyer (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Matt Coco (A) Ralph Kramer Raymond Kruep (A) Donnie Priest Gilbert Carl Schweser

$500 to $999

Charlie Barnes Jr. (A) Harold Fukubayashi Robert Heider John Henry (A) Harry Hudson (A) Philip Jozwiak (A) Thomas Weyand

$250 to $499

David Bartine Robert Bridges John Carstens (A) James Carter (A) Harold Fiebelman (A) Charles Gross (A) Leonard Kirberg (A) M Thomas May (A) John Mohr (A) Lowell Patterson Roy Rice (A) Harold Andrew Schelin Jr. (A) Hugh Spence (A) Charles Turner David Wehmeyer (A) Roy Wilkens

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John Andesilich (A) Edwin Bailey Jr. (A) Barry Basden Allen Behring (A) William Blumfelder (A) Michael Brynac (A) Frank Buchmeier Jr. (A) David Bufalo (A) Ralph Cross Ramesh Desai James Dycus Glen Foss Adil Godiwalla (A) Gerald Hall Jack Halpern (A) Robert Hogue Jr. (A) James Huddleston Jr. (A) Kenneth Kamman (A) John King Geza Kisvarsanyi Susan (Hanson) Klemmer Jerry McCullough (A) Ranney McDonough (A) Michael McGinnis Robert Meyer (A) Dale Munn (A) Donald Nelson Satish Parikh Francis Carl Prewett Larry Rich (A) Loy Roberts (A) Lease Ruddick II Franklin Schowengerdt Gerald Smith James Stangel James Steele (A) Leslie Stewart Jr. (A) William Stockhausen (A) Howard Sussman (A) Eugene Taylor Jr. Martin Thieme Kirby Watson (A) Carl Westenberg Gordon Wright Shu-Chien Yung (A)

Up to $100

Laton Allison Frank Bader Jr. Charles Boillot Dale Brady (A) Glen Chaffin (A) William Connors Roger Copenhaver Lloyd Ford James Charles Fox Donald Gaitros Harold Glenn James Good Alvin Gordon Thomas Holt II John Howell Robert Johnson Thomas Jordan William Kabeiseman

Donald Kuo (A) Dennis Lankford (A) John Latimer (A) Larry Littlefield Glenn Lytle (A) Robert Mann Larry McKinnis (A) Ronald Melliere Thomas Mooney Michael David Moran Robert Moran Edward Moss (A) Albert Panhorst Jr. (A) Anthony Parks John Petkas Jr. (A) J.R. Presley Olin Raby Jerry Reynolds Samuel Scheer Aldrew Scott Jr. (A) Alan Shaffer Vipinbhai Shah (A) James Shiells (A) Nicholas Tibbs Floyd Uthe (A) Randall Vest Terence Wenger Lawson Wideman (A) Billy Woolery Gary Wooley Bruce Work

Class of 1967 $25,000 to $49,999 Theodore Weise M

$10,000 to $24,999 John Wolf

$5,000 to $9,999 John Mathes

$2,500 to $4,999

John Michael Evans (A) Charles Schmidt Jr.

$1,000 to $2,499

Richard Hydzik (A) San-Cheng Lai Wayne Laufer Michael McMillen (A) James Medlin (A) James Moore William Dwayne Webb

$500 to $999

James Beeson Frank Ellis (A) Michael Foresman (A) John Lauletta Doyle Powell Bryan Stirrat (A)

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Chester Adamick Jr. (A) Ralph Calfee Jerry Doerr (A) Arthur Falkler Henry Hachmuth Michael Hardy (A) Ming Hung (A) Paul Inman (A) Michael Perkins (A) James Ragland (A) Robert Smith Kenneth Tabor (A)

$100 to $249

Vernon Burdick Richard Burkhalter William Calhoun James Carl (A) William Cox IV (A) James Cumper Jr. Paul Darnell (A) Michael Deelo Ronald Epps Larry Fritschel (A) Stanley Hansen II (A) William David Hollander Robert Hollenbeck Hemendra Kalia Joseph Kingston Chen-Yuan Kuo Jerome Lebo Ronald Ledbetter Sanford Menke (A) Lawrence Mikelionis (A) John Munsey (A) Robert North (A) Gene Nussbaum (A) Kevin Oliver James Palmer Thomas Petry Nickey Prater Thomas Sears (A) Donald Shank (A) Kuo-Shein Shen Gary Sievert (A) Ben Stewart (A) M Virendra Tanna George Tate Robert Turner Sr. Bruce Van Dover (A) Tien-Yu Wu (A) Jiunn-Jian You Paul Yue Gerald Zmudzinski (A)

Up to $100

Premnath Bhatia Frederick Bierman Jr. (A) Kenneth Bollinger David Cook (A) Jack Davis Ronald Davis Truett De Geare Jr. (A) Ray Decker Eugene Degenhardt (A)


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donors listed by | class year Donald Dressler Richard Franke John Gass (A) Houston Godfrey Louis Goldfeder Robert Green Inhi Hong (A) Wayne Hopkins (A) Craig Johler Robert Kehrman Edwin Kettenbrink Jr. (A) Gail (Davidge) Kettenbrink (A) Lloyd Langsdorf Thomas Leslie (A) Joseph May Samuel Miller David Moore Charles Neumann Jr. Terry Perkins (A) Donald Rathbun James Riggs (A) John Riggs James Douglas Robertson Brunn Roysden Jr. Kenneth Rueh (A) John Sadowski Dale Schaeffer Raj Seth Frank Shaw (A) David Skitek Warren Stanton (A) Yu-Ming Su Richard Thom Richard Vedder Richard Vogelpohl (A)

Richard Wagner (A) Kendall Walden Sr. Russell Warchola Robert Whelove Jr. James Willcutt Lawrence Young (A)

Class of 1968 $10,000 to $24,999 Michael Bytnar (A) Robert Mueller

$5,000 to $9,999 William Logel Jr. Robert Pahl (A) Dennis Parker (A) Paul Wlos (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Thomas Owens

$1,000 to $2,499 Douglas Brockhaus Henry Brown (A) William Green Norman Miller Carl Schopfer

$500 to $999

Bobby Cox David Dearth (A) Charles Owens Norris Perry (A) Eric Rapp

Neil Smith (A) William Stoltz Robert Storck (A) James Wiseman (A)

$250 to $499

Charles Andrew John Berger (A) John Brand (A) John Byrne Larry Dale Choate (A) Rodger Elliott John Faes Alan Haag (A) Phillip House (A) Lloyd Lazarus Jih-Han Liu Willie McCullah Jr. Michael O'Malley Joseph Porter Melvin Sundermeyer (A)

$100 to $249

Roy Armstrong Gerald Bauer Gordon Bell (A) John Burian Daniel Carnahan Jack Chadwick (A) Sung Sheng Chao (A) Paul Chiang (A) Roy Davis Elroy Denningmann John Doyle Dennis Fesler (A) Dixie Finley

Lynn Frasco Gary Gerhard James Graham III (A) Christopher Groves Leroy Halterman David Hazen (A) Anthony Hoelker III Ching-Cherng Hwang Charles LaPresta Richard Lehman Jr. (A) Gerald Lyons Steven Mezines (A) James Miltenberger (A) Terry Nagel (A) Thomas Pokrefke Jr. Edgar Quick David Sandusky Gary Scheffel Ronald Sipes Ronald Smith (A) Stephen Strauss (A) Daniel Thomure Joseph Van Meter Paul Weitzel James Wolfe (A) Stephen Wright (A) Karl Ziegler (A)

Up to $100

Larry Amos Richard Astrack Eugene Aufdembrink Robert Ayars William Bennett Clarence Benton (A) Thomas Berendzen

Douglas Braden (A) Fred Ray Browning James Brune Jon Carson Sun Chill Chen James Clark Lincoln Cochran (A) Glen David Comstock David Debner Edward Dorrell Jr. Clemens Drag Jr. Aloys Faenger Jr. David Faintich (A) Joe Goedde (A) Larry Haney Donald Harris Gary Isaak Orville Johnson Stephen Johnson Wayne Johnson Harris Jones Ernest Jungmeyer Paul Lee John Kenneth Link (A) Joseph Long Lonny Ludwig (A) Lawrence Luebbert Jr. Dewayne Mabry Gary Mann Mark Allen Martin Sr. Barry Maycock Craig McCormick Robert McNamara Ali Mohtashemi Donald Mudd (A) Charles Nichols

Leon Otte Frank Paulic III (A) Darrell Pepper Loris Piepho Stephen Reading William Ruprecht Jr. Martin Schaefer Larry Scheibel Richard Schneider Gerald Schucker Harold Scott Richard Sharp Gerald Sidebottom Richard Simmons Karl Spence Richard Spors Stuart Storrs Jesse Talley Clyde Thomlison Jerome Wibbenmeyer Paul Woley James Youngman (A)

Class of 1969 $10,000 to $24,999 Richard Arnoldy

$5,000 to $9,999 George Hughes Thomas Voss (A)

$2,500 to $4,999

Bradley Harry Hornburg Thomas Zenge (A)

Nucor Corp. provides radical insight, real power and S&T’s largest corporate gift By trusting its people, flattening its hierarchy and doing a good job of sharing corporate wealth, Nucor Corp. has become the largest steel company in the United States. According to Business Week magazine, the employees of the Charlotte, N.C., company don’t see themselves as “worker bees waiting for instructions from above.” Perhaps they don’t feel like worker bees because the corporation’s founding chair, F. Kenneth Iverson, had what Business Week calls a radical insight – that employees will make an extraordinary effort if you reward them richly, treat them with respect and give them real power. Nucor has more than 11,000 employees, including many from Missouri S&T. In the past five years, Nucor

has become the largest employer of S&T’s metallurgical engineering graduates and a major employer of all S&T graduates. At a number of locations in the United States, Nucor employees use the latest technology to manufacture a wide variety of carbon and steel products. Annual sales are more than $12 billion. Last year, Nucor donated $2 million to endow the F. Kenneth Iverson Chair in Missouri S&T’s materials science and engineering department – S&T’s largest corporate gift to date. Through the endowment, Nucor is also supporting education and research in steelmaking technologies at S&T with the intention of assisting in the development of future visionary leaders and technological experts in metals manufacturing.

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$1,000 to $2,499 Clark Brinker (A) Leon Hall Jr. (A) Walter Reed Jr. (A)

$500 to $999

Robert Andreae (A) Walter Dietrich (A) Thomas Feger (A) John Lynch John Moll (A) Steven Mueller Claude Strauser (A)

$250 to $499

Daniel Agee (A) Michael Anderson (A) Thomas Borgmeyer (A) Robert Bruce (A) Roger Brummel George Chrisman Jr. William Collins (A) M Larry Cooper (A) Martha Gerig (A) Gary Gulick (A) Wayne Kerns (A) Robert Lawrence Niehaus (A) Terrance Ridenhour Peter Sauer (A) Joseph Stahl (A) Francis Steckel Michael Walker Bruce Warren Earl Worstell Jr. (A) John Zimmer

$100 to $249

William Andrew V (A) Richard Arnold (A) Don Ascoli (A) Thomas Barrett Theodore Becker Jr. (A) Mrs. Thomas (Carol) Bell Richard Berning Harry Beyer Jr. David Bishop David Brewer

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Gary Brune Robert Chow (A) Dana Connolly (A) Richard Covault Joseph Cowen Michael Dace (A) Abbas Ali Daneshy David DeSpain (A) Ernest Fred Dore II Thomas Duncan Lawrence Eastep (A) Larry Estes George Filatovs Charles Foster (A) Guy Givan (A) Samuel Hung Jon Iverson Stephen Kaiser (A) William Krall Jr. David Krausch (A) Richard Lacavich (A) Alan Leffelman John Lineberry Robert Livengood Dennis McGee Alan Meinershagen (A) Michael Mertens Charles Myles Frederick Newton Jr. (A) James O'Neill (A) Conrad Otto (A) John Reed Jr. Robert Riley Jr. John Roam (A) David Sauer Donald Shaw (A) Clifton Steed Jr. (A) Cheryl (Dodson) Steffan Michael Roy Steffan John Chris Straub III William Suszko (A) Thomas Sweeney William Sweeney Douglas Thies (A) Steven Thorn John Trapp Paul Trump (A) Robert Vorwith Alvin Wansing (A) James Watkins Jr. (A)

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William Webster Jr. Earl Wehmeyer John Wiesenmeyer (A) Richard Witzel

Up to $100

Fredrick Achelpohl Richard Barrett Robert Barrett Jr. John Berry (A) John Blakey (A) William Boring Robert Brinkopf (A) Stanley Eugene Cary (A) John Dabner (A) Howard Danard David Daniels Lynn Degenhardt Donald Denham James Scott Eason (A) Paul Eckler John Featherly Orville Finnigan (A) Robert Geile David George (A) David Gray (A) Robert Gullic Douglas Haseltine Rodney Hawkins Wilson Haynes Richard Hoenerhoff (A) Donald Hovis Jerry Hunt Fred Jones William Knauf Daniel Kruvand Lynn Lawson Ching-Liang Lin Jan Lojek David Lovell Charles Lusher Jr. Donald Lutes (A) Diane (Dressel) Mahaney (A) John McGuire (A) Terry McLellan Thomas McMahon John Morrisey IV Steve Mueller David Nagy

Steven Nigus Douglas Oldham (A) David Pfeiffer (A) John Preston Michael Rector (A) Francis Rose (A) Patrick Schlueter (A) Russell Shaffer (A) James Slocum Paul Smith James Stigall William Stroessner Vincent Sunderdick Nicola Tannous Carl Thorsell Jr. Glenn Tomlin Jr. (A) Richard Walter (A) Victor Webb Gary Woodward (A)

Class of 1970 $10,000 to $24,999 Eric Dunning (A) J. Pete Legsdin (A)

$2,500 to $4,999

Ronald Johnson (A) Richard Jordan Barry Koenemann Hai-Chi Koo Randyl Stuckemeyer John Wiggins (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Michael Friese (A) Larry Leuschke (A) Steven Malcolm Howard Stine Jr. (A) Ralph James Szygenda (A)

$500 to $999

Michael Bray (A) Stephen Brunkhorst Terry Clinkingbeard Frank Doering William Eaton Kent Florence (A) Robert Hart

James Horne Mark Joseph Roger LaBoube Stephan Mayer Jr. (A) Michael McGath (A) Richard Navarro Richard Rothermich Carl Schliwa (A) Leo Shedden Byron Taylor III Liang-Juan Tsay

$250 to $499

William Alexander (A) Michael Apprill George Batchelor (A) Peter Bjornberg (A) Gary Bockman Keith Browne John Carter (A) Ronald Crawford Jr. Daniel Dugan Mark Hockett Piloo Ilavia Ronald Karger (A) John L.J. Kramer Joseph Kuss (A) Thomas Lehman John Leone Kim Mastalio (A) Thomas Moeller (A) James Morris Larry Morris (A) Steven Nau Larry Oliver (A) Clark Potzmann (A) Kim Potzmann James Ray (A) Frederick Rocchio Jr. (A) Jimmy Schottel (A) John Schwager William Shinn Earl Thompson (A) Larry Thompson Ray Threlkeld Jr. (A) William Tolle Keith Wedge (A) M Thomas Wolff (A) Robert Yowell Jr. (A)

Average GPA of freshmen who participated in Missouri S&T’s

3.20

Hit the Ground Running program (compared to the non-participant average of 2.7). The three-week summer program prepares students for life at Missouri S&T and gives them a three-hour course credit.

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Michael Aimerito Vicki Andreae (A) Fred Archer (A) Brian Ashbaugh Johny Barnes Ralph Barnett (A) Bruce Baumann (A) Richard Blevins II Dennis Blunier Joseph Bohanon Marvin Brinker (A) David Bryant (A) Richard Bryant Dale Bryson Terry Buck (A) Earl Burk Richard Campen (A) Ronald Canon David Carpenter Michael Cheek (A) Harold Chenoweth (A) Robert Dalton Patrick Davidson David Davisson Larry Dean Israel Denlow (A) Randall Dietrich Albert Donaldson Louis Dreinhoefer Terry Durham Bryon Ehlmann (A) Leroy Ellenberger (A) John Feurer James Ford (A) Raymond Ford Jr. Richard Freeman Kenneth Gielow Herman Hirner Thomas Hoppe Larry Horn (A) Henry Houser (A) William Howell (A) Danny Huey Raymond Kalbac Eric Kratschmer (A) Kenneth Kuebler James Kwiatkowski (A) Edwin Lane (A) Chin-Ming Lee Wayne Lewis William Lewis Sandra (Hartmann) McBride Kenneth Metz Jr. (A) Richard Morie Gregory Murray Thomas Nebel (A) Russell Nekorchuk Walter Nowak Jr. Darryl Orr (A) Edmund Owens Jr. (A) Jerry Parsons (A) Jerry Poppleston Harry Price (A) Gary Rauls Steven Ray Robert Rinne Matthew Rupp (A) Charles Russell Walter Schamel III (A)

Arthur Schweizer Daniel Scott Thomas Selden (A) Yung-Chau Sha Lynn Shafer Charles Shepherd (A) Charles Shipman Cory Smith (A) Martin Snow (A) Raymond Staebel Dennis Starke (A) Omar Stuenkel (A) William Thompson Richard Thomson Chung-Yuan Tung (A) Terrence Ward Baltasar Weiss Dennis Whitney Anita Williams (A) Dyle Wilson (A) Monte Wolgamott David Wolters Forrest Younker (A) Ming-Hsun Yu James Zieger Jr.

Up to $100

Larry Addington Gary Alexander Melvin Allison Bruce Anderson James Arthur David Beardsley (A) Richard Belding (A) Douglas Birk (A) Edward Books Raymond Bosenbecker Jr. Linda (Glick) Brady Lynn Calton (A) Dan Canfield William Cannon (A) Daniel Carl (A) Frank Cook Jr. Timothy Corbett (A) Danny Crain George Crandell Jimmy Davis Anthony DeJohn Russell Delay Loyal Denton Jr. (A) Robert Dorroh III Max Ethridge Jerrey Finnegan Dennis Frederick Edwin Garrison Charles Gottlieb Ernie Green (A) Harold Hager John Hailey Phillip Hamner (A) John Robert Hardwick Rameshchandra Hazariwala (A) Robert Hintermaier (A) Leslie Arnold Hoeckelman Wayne Holland Michael Horsley William Hughes Dane Hutcherson Theodore Irons Raymond Jansen

Paul Joenk Walter Johannpeter Gary Johns Russell Kemp Wayne Kemp (A) Christopher Killian Franklin Kone (A) Kent Kopf Thomas Kuhn Charles Latty Jr. (A) Terrence Leigh Chin-Tsai Lin Abraham Loudermilk Jr. Anthony Mack Jr. Thomas Manning David Matoesian (A) Lawrence McCamy James Meyer Leo Midden Clark Mikkelsen (A) Gerald Moeslein Robert Monsees Theodore Moore Gerald Mouser Charles Murray (A) Donald Neumeyer (A) Gary Noedel James Perry (A) Charles Pokross Neil Portnoff Wayne Quayle (A) David Raby (A) Roy Ramey James Rechner (A) Michael Reed Gary Rehagen Jack Reid Robert Reuter Joseph Reynolds Randall Rhoads Danny Ritter Theodore Roes III Barry Romine Michael Schaeffer Thomas Schmidt (A) James Schmitz William Schuck Robert Sherrell LaMar Sizemore Jr. (A) Charles Smith Ronald Smith Anne Springer Scott Stager Michael Stephenson Darrell Strait Frank Y.S. Sun (A) Michael Svoboda (A) Don Swyers Harold Tarr Cecil Taylor William Thomasson Garry Trexler Yeong-Jin Tsay David Villafana George Vinansky Jr. Clyde Wakefield Howard Walk James Wege Curtis Wells Rodney Whitaker Roger Whitaker

Laurence Wicklund George Wiegele Dennis Wiitanen Daniel Williams James Williams Darrel Wortman Alan Zaborac (A) Ronald Zylich (A)

Class of 1971 $250,000 to $499,999 Roger Truitt (A)

$50,000 to $99,999 Philip Wade (A)

2,010 Number of S&T alumni who have given continuously for 10 or more years.

$25,000 to $49,999

Of those, 373 have given

$10,000 to $24,999

for 25 or more years.

Ronald Schuster

Robert Brinkmann Richard Chao Richard Eimer Jr. (A)

Phillip Colombatto Jerry Keen Ronald Kelley M William Zogg

Richard Heppe James Jones (A) Gary Lee (A) Ronald Lott (A) Charles Powell Herbert Schnyder Jr. (A) Gregory Smith (A) Gary Steckel Keith Talbert (A) Victor Wilreker Jr. Milton Zlatic (A)

$500 to $999

$100 to $249

$5,000 to $9,999

Barton Moenster (A) Paul Scherrer (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Michael Behan James Bondi (A) Vincent Budd (A) Robert Butchko (A) Robert Campbell (A) Danny Conner (A) Gordon Erickson (A) James Faletti (A) Edward Halter (A) Shin Kang (A) John Olson (A) Ruth (Bush) Raterman (A) Henry Sandhaus (A) Kenneth Schmidt (A) David Simon Daniel Smith Daniel Terpstra (A)

$250 to $499

Lee Austin Larry Berkbigler (A) Hal Carter Yu-Hung Chiang (A) Gary Creason (A) Dee Donn Joseph Elliott (A) William Flatt (A) Russell Flye (A) Terry Gucciardo (A) James Hallock Jr. (A) Edward Hanstein (A) Thomas Hayden (A)

Richard Ash Jr. John Atkinson III Gary Bartlett (A) William Bartley (A) David Bondurant (A) Joseph Borchardt Daniel Boyce David Bryan John Buckwalter Thomas Buechler Jr. Michael Carpenter Tak-Ming Chen (A) Terry Donze (A) Thomas Durham (A) Leif Erickson (A) Ronald Estep Bijan Etezadi (A) Daniel Flowers David Fogle Karl Freese Sidney Gaddy Archibald Gallup Ronald Gaus Thomas Greene Burl Groeper (A) Marvin Havens Dennis Hervey (A) Kuang Ho Robert Hubbard (A) Cheryl (Gibbons) Ibarra (A) David Jones (A) Gordon Jungquist Oliver Kernick

Norman Kraus Sally Ling Dale Lutz (A) Daniel Lynch (A) Edward McJimsey David Meier Terry Miller Harold Morgan (A) Raymond Muniz Richard Neumann III (A) Andrew Nolfo John Parker (A) James Raithel Alfred Richardson Michael Sandella (A) James Schneider Lora (Roberts) Smith Dennis Stanfield John Stucker John Theilmann (A) Leland Vandergriff Robert Wade Marian (Evers) Wagener Robert Walls (A) Stephen Wampler Paul Welsch Charles White III Raymond Williams Shen Yeh (A)

Up to $100

Mary (Brunkhorst) Alexander Michael Altepeter Sue (Stoll) Bai Herbert Bailey James Belgeri Jr. James Bell Leslie Benoy (A) Larry Blankenship Ronald Brendel (A) Jerry Bucklen Robert Bulla (A) David Callanan (A) Larry Campbell Richard Carver (A)

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Russel Clemmons Henry Cook Michael Cook Raymond Curby Lendi (Stettler) Davis (A) Leonard DeWald Jack Dippold (A) William Engelhardt Nanette Erickson (A) Homer Fannin Jr. Bruce Fennedy Wayne Galler Fred Gatewood Lee Gladish (A) Michael Glascock John Graham Howard Gray Eugene Haberl (A) Gary Hamilton Edwin Harrison Gerard Hart (A) Roger Hayes Robert Jacks Jr. Gerard Janowski Barry Johnson John Daniel Jones Roger Jones James Keiser Michael Kelly William Kennedy Jr. (A) Thomas Kerscher (A) Woo Hyung Kim Brenda (Kennedy) Klinkerman Terrel Kuhn (A) Dennis Lammers George Lee (A) William Luth (A) Gerald Maher Purushottam Manusmare Danny Joe McMurphy (A) Donald Morrison Raymond Mueller (A) Ronald Pagan George Pincince Larry Pittman Jan Pottinger (A) Stephen Redington (A) David Richardson Otto Sandheinrich Jr. Larry Schall Paul Schmidt Mark Schwieder Allen Seabaugh (A) Irving Siegel David Sierawski Robert Siesener Daniel Simpson Jr. Abbas Sinnarwalla Robert Smart Wayne Smith Richard Starke Jules Stiber (A) Denis Stotler Edward Sweet Jr. Robert Talir (A)

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Promod Taneja Charles Tayloe Terry Tucker David Visintainer Terry Wagner Robert Lee Ward Johnny Webb Alvin Wendt Jerald Whitford Gary Widner (A) Charles Williams Kerry Wolfington Douglas Workman (A) Roger Yancey (A) Keith Zeisel Gerald Zweerink

Class of 1972 $250,000 to $499,999 Gary Forsee M

$25,000 to $49,999 Zebulun Nash (A)

$10,000 to $24,999 Hugh Cole (A) Stephen McVeigh

$5,000 to $9,999 John Wiesehan

$2,500 to $4,999

Robert Berry (A) M James Marek (A) William Oberbeck Jr. (A) Dale Pitt

$1,000 to $2,499

Raymond Freeman Daniel Frisbee (A) Douglas Gundy (A) James Mulligan III Russell Pepper III Stephen Rector (A) Donald Rice (A)

$500 to $999

James Earl Davis (A) Daniel DeRiemer Dominic Grana Hugh Harvey (A) Warren Keith Thomas McElyea Johnny Rodriguez (A) Kenneth Neil Schultz (A) Stephen Thies (A)

$250 to $499

John Beale Robert Edwin Benezette James Butts Orrin Dieckmeyer Jr. (A) Robert Donze (A)

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David Evers Ray Forrester (A) Santiago Ibarra Jr. (A) Frederick Kocher Lawrence Luzynski (A) Daniel Francis Mullen (A) Robert Nelson Dennis Nethington Daniel Oliver (A) John Phipps (A) David Reinke (A) Joseph Rupp Nelson Williams

$100 to $249

Lloyd Alinder (A) William Ambrose David Ballantyne Joe Ballard Billy Bourne Earl Buhrmester Thomas Burjeck Teriel Burke Flake Campbell Walter Canis Alan Carson Kurt Caton (A) Randolph Christen (A) James Cobble James Collings Kinley Craig (A) Wyatt Dunn (A) John Edwards Jr. Larry Edwards (A) Robert Egbert (A) Frank Ellis II William Ernst Jr. Donald Fluchel Wayne Garrett (A) James Theodore Gee (A) John Scott George Michael Hale (A) Steve Hanson William Hayes Jr. (A) George Hibbard Terence Hill Richard Hoffmann Jerry Jackson (A) Keith Konradi (A) Paul Kriegshauser Jr. (A) John Kuspa (A) John Lauth Richard Lautner Don Lee (A) Deborah Lower (A) James Lyon Gary Magruder Howard McCormack Jr. (A) Peter Merten (A) Robert Miodunski (A) Charles Myers III (A) Kenneth Myers (A) James Nelden Raymond Newman Jr. Donald Padgett (A) Ralph Partridge (A)

Marcus Ramsey Frances (Jenkins) Rensvold (A) Keith Reynolds Richard Riegel Michael Roth (A) Steven Rush Paul Schlett Richard Schuessler Allen Sebaugh Marvin Sindel Jr. Dale Stevens II (A) Jeffrey Susanj Roger Taylor (A) Randall Thomure James Vandersand (A) David Vick Michael Vietti (A) Joseph Ward Marvin Weber (A) Lawrence Wickerham Bruce Edward Williams (A) Dale Williams Donald Witte (A) Hau-Tak Wong (A) David Woosley (A)

Up to $100

David Alspaugh John Anderson Douglas Auman (A) David Bachmann (A) Melvin Baldus Jr. Donald Bene Wilfred Bertrand (A) Brent Blizewski (A) James Bowser Harmon Brown Norman Browning Lawrence Bumbicka (A) Steven Burke Kenneth Busch (A) Michael Butler George Cain Dwight Carmichael Ioma Carnahan Arlene Clifton Gary DeClue (A) Robert Doerr Michael Dunn Dudley Edgemon Robert Edwards Charles Ervin Gerald Finn Lee Fronick Archie Gatrost Marie (Perez) Greene Linus Hellrich (A) Catherine (Midden) Henson (A) Jack Higgins William Hillebrandt Robert Hilton (A) Raymond Hodo Robert Holliday Douglas Hopkins

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Thomas Howard III John Justice Kip Klein Richard Kuenzer Richard LaPlante Stephen Lepper Melvin Light III (A) Arthur Loepp Kurt Marshaus Alan McSpadden Edward Molitor John Mugan (A) Gary Neutzling William Newton Frederick Niermann Jr. Kenneth Noel Norman Ostermann (A) Dean Park (A) Clyde Parsons Jr. (A) John Peters Darold Phillips Tim Postlewait Perry Price David Prigel Kathy Rages Wilbert Rogger (A) Jerry Salmon (A) Don Seward Mark Sicking Carl Sigler III David Smith Robert Stanley Daniel Stehly (A) William Stephens (A) Forrest Swafford (A) Ralph Tate (A) Philip Taylor John Thompson Michael Trancynger Chester Vance Kevin Volner Thomas Webber Dennis Welker James Whitten Roy Woods III Albert Zinselmeier

Class of 1973 $50,000 to $99,999

Joan (Brune) Woodard

$25,000 to $49,999 Robert Schmidt

$10,000 to $24,999 Curtis Killinger (A)

$5,000 to $9,999

Phillip Fetterman (A) Daniel Hinkle (A) George Schindler (A) Steven Wunning


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Gary Fennewald Gary Frossard Larry Hendren (A) M Polly (Reed) Hendren (A) M Gary Weidler (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Thomas Akers Ronald Blaha Kim Colter Elaine Menke David Prouty Robert Scanlon (A) Richard Schafermeyer (A) James Kenneth Thompson (A)

$500 to $999

William Beck (A) Carol (Langemach) Davies (A) Thomas DePauw James Hamilton (A) Robert Kasten Andrew Kleinert (A) David Knoll Douglas Knuth (A) David Kroeter Leonard Laskowski III (A) John Lindstrom (A) Richard Peters (A) Eric Potts (A) Frederick Rambow David Raterman (A) Dana Reel Michael Richter Chris Wilson (A)

$250 to $499

Wendell Barnes (A) David Begley (A) William Brune (A) Karen Carter Stephen Christiansen Francis Fulkerson Jr. (A) Montie Gauss (A) David Greco Jeffrey Hartenberger Wilfred Hegg James Hess Michael Moll William Mount Michael Phillips (A) Lynne Puetz (A) Jacques Sachs (A) Donald Taylor Wesley Watkins (A) Frank Yates

$100 to $249

Robert Allen Michael Alverson Michael Anderson (A) John Baker David Barry David Best Charles Bethards Steven Blattel Steven Bryant (A) Thomas Burchfield Michael Court (A) Frank Degel (A) Dennis Doering (A) James Eastman Richard Emanuel (A) David Erman (A) William Giles

Steven Goldammer (A) Jack Gonzenbach (A) Rande Grotefendt James Hellrich (A) Gary Henderson (A) James Herbold (A) John Hofer Paul Horstmann (A) Roger Horton Hugh Jamieson III Gregory Jecker Ronald Johnston (A) John Keating (A) Kenneth Kuechenmeister (A) John Lick (A) Victor Lomax Jr. Rex Mann Jimmy Martin (A) Michael Montague Terry Nance Byron Nichols (A) Laurence Nuelle Mark O'Hara Salvatore Pagano (A) Danny Powers Roger Prewitt Douglas Rickman Stephen Robertson Charles Schroeder Larry Schupbach Stewart Scott (A) Steven Skasick Gerald Stellern Mehmet Taner Richard Taylor (A) Stephen Tempe (A) David Tuttle Michael Walz (A) Lindell Whaley Jr.

Mark Whitney Ronald Willoughby (A) Terrill Young

Up to $100

Billy Allen Gary Anderson Glenn Anderson Thomas Behan Barry Bergman (A) Janice Breidert Thomas Brown III (A) Patrick Byrne Dennis Chapman (A) Raymond Christ William Cunningham Joseph DeKold (A) Steven Dierker Katherine (Atchley) Dillon John Dowling Philip Downs Trinh Huu Duc James Eck Norman Etling Jr. (A) Michael Fahy James Fortune Carl Gioia Roger Goyins Orville Grasdock Thomas Graves Thomas Griffith (A) Henry Hahn David Hall William Heincker (A) Suman Hukku James Hunsicker (A) Thomas Jones Patrick Knoll Herbert Krasner Richard Kuntz

Adrian Kuzdas Richard Lance William Lane Dennis Larson Sarah (Sample) LeBrell Gary Lederle (A) Thomas Linsenbardt Gary Maggert Ronnie Neil McCleary Bruce Mitchell (A) Charles Morris James Neill Richard Ogle Kenneth Oster Rosemary (Rois) Owens (A) Carl Pelech (A) Dennie Pendergrass Mark Pickell Nancy Ranek Richard Remley James Robertson Richard Schafale John Schilling (A) Gerald Schwalbe (A) Joseph Schwenk Stephen Shepard Richard Shields Terrence Shofner Gerald Spink Michael Steffens Roy Stewart John Sullivan Jr. (A) Marie (Willy) Sulze Alexis Swoboda Stephen Tattitch (A) Allan Taylor Charles Ray Taylor Dean Tibbitts Richard Vaeth Leonard Veden (A)

Edward Wade Gregory Warner Joseph Warren Harold Weisenborn Kenneth Werner Daniel Wilhelm Scott Winfield

Class of 1974 $100,000 to $249,999 Michael Hurst (A)

$10,000 to $24,999 Joseph Cesare John Gibson (A) Alan Kornacki (A)

$5,000 to $9,999

James Foil (A) Kristie Gibson (A) Timothy Holcer (A) Susan (Hadley) Rothschild (A) M

$2,500 to $4,999

John Campbell (A) William Clarke (A) Dale Shull

$1,000 to $2,499

Danny Kerns Jonathan Motherwell Charles Naslund Jerry Rich Stephen Schade Stephen Suellentrop David Suiter

Matching gifts: exponential giving Matching gift programs give individuals a chance to double or even quadruple their ability to make a difference. For instance, the Caterpillar Foundation is matching up to $100,000 in employee gifts to S&T. Caterpillar employs about 300 Missouri S&T graduates. For every dollar those grads contribute, Caterpillar adds a dollar. The contributions are used to support scholarships, diversity programs, the purchase of engineering equipment and the Student Design and Experiential Learning Center. Meanwhile, ExxonMobil has a three-for-one matching program with Missouri S&T. Graduates employed by ExxonMobil may contribute up

to $7,500 per year. Each donor can then direct the quadrupled contribution to any S&T project or program. Brinkmann Constructors is one of the most recent companies to start a matching gift program with S&T. “If you give a gift (to S&T), I’ll match it,” Robert Brinkmann, CE’71, tells his employees. Brinkmann is president of the company. Hundreds of employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. To find out if your company has such a program, visit giving.mst.edu/waystogive.html.

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$500 to $999

Gary Abernathy Dennis Anderson Steven Bridges (A) Michael Cerulo Richard Elgin (A) John Ezzell (A) James Frey (A) Craig George Gary Hudiburgh Jr. (A) Lindell Hurst Jr. (A) Jeffrey Ivers (A) Nicolaus Neumann Charles Travelstead

$250 to $499

William Bachman Jr. (A) Raymond Barbeau (A) David Breece (A) John Critchfield Randall Dunford (A) Steven Dupont James Entwistle Jr. Gary Hutchison Richard Lenz Donald Moffett Richard Payne Patrice Ryan Stephen Sherrick David Young (A) William Zaner Alberto Zarranz (A)

$100 to $249

John Adams Martin Altis Roy Bachmann (A) James Barbarito Jr. (A) Thomas Barkalow Raymond Blanc Mark Boecker Bruce Bonczyk John Bouzoun Emy A-Mei Chen Edgar Clausen Mark Clavenna Daniel Codespoti Richard Combs

19 percent

11/14/08

Kenton Cropp John DeGood James Patrick Doyen Kenneth Dufner Frederick Emmenegger (A) Francine (Davidson) Eppelsheimer (A) Marsha (Collins) Evans Kevin Farley (A) Mark Feldmann Robert Fontinelle Samuel George (A) Judith (Wilson) Grotefendt John Ham (A) Kenneth Hamilton (A) Lawrence Hammel David Hardin Vance Havens Cornelius Hawk Jr. (A) Thomas Hayes Victor Hegemann Lawrence Herold (A) David Hollocher David Hughes Jr. Bruce Johnson James Jones Robert Keeton (A) Rodney Kellison Randy Kerns (A) Sharon (Pfister) Kingston Ray Kothe (A) Gilmore Krener Jr. (A) Allen Kuliniewicz Richard Larkins Danny Latal Sandra (McLain) Lenz DeAnn (Baker) Lewis (A) David Lexa Samuel Marsh III (A) Anthony Messina Michael Miller (A) Paul Miller (A) Thomas Mull Patrick Nichols Kathryn (Ogden) Payne Steven Peppers Russell Pfeifle Jr. (A) Norman Pooker Joel Porter (A) B.W. Price III (A)

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Harvey Randall (A) John Rastorfer Jr. (A) Roger Reagan Thomas Rehkop David Rice Robert Roberts (A) Joseph Kensey Russell Frank Salter Kenneth Savells Donald Schoenbeck Richard Seifert Ricky Smith (A) Steven Smith (A) David Spencer Randall Staponski (A) Blaine Stone (A) Michael Stonger David Stutzman David Talbott Kent Tallyn Freddie Thompson (A) Diana (Harrison) Toth James Van Houten Maurice Vandenbergh (A) James White (A) Martin White (A) Andrew Wilson Jesse Yow Jr.

Up to $100

Robert Adkins Richard Baker John Black (A) Scott Boyd John Bradbury Jr. Daniel Brown Timothy Carroll (A) Ernest Clarkson Calvin Curdt (A) Samuel DeHaven Gerard Dombek Gary Downey Nicholas Duane Robert Duenckel (A) James Duggan Ronald Dutton (A) Alan Frager Bohn Frazer Douglas Gale Donald Galli

Larry Gardner John Gilbert Stephen Hall John Hamilton Steven Hervey Mark Heuckroth Arthur Higgins William Howard Stephen Howell (A) Robert Hudgins Phillip Inman Andrew Johnson (A) Thomas Kieffer John Kinkead (A) Michael Kinsella Stephen Lakebrink (A) Louis Luth III (A) John MacDonald Emily Matthews Martin Mattlage (A) Jerome Maurseth Vicky (Dickerson) Maurseth Mark Middendorf Robert Moody Brian Murphy Keith Nolde Donald Orcutt Kenneth Parsons Roger Perriguey Linda (Tevlin) Pleasant Ioannis Psihoyios Ray Purvis Robert Queathem Kenneth Rapplean Richard Reynolds Denne Roe Richard Sauerwein Jeffrey Schumacher Andrew Schwartz Ali Selim Anthony Seris Ronald Sherard Jr. Lynda Nations Short (A) George Skosey Robert Sontheimer John Teefey Jr. Joseph Thacker Jr. Randall Thompson Robert Tiehes

Class of 1975 $10,000 to $24,999 James Fricke (A)

$5,000 to $9,999

Daniel Cole Delores (James) Hinkle (A)

$2,500 to $4,999

Richard Laughlin (A) Rose (Smith) Oberbeck (A) David Schepers Kenton Wright

$1,000 to $2,499

Donald Dierker (A) Peter Fender Richard Frueh Richard Hall Pamela (Thebeau) Leitterman (A) Michael Meyer Larry Mueller David Nelson (A) Michael Schmidt (A) John Tyler Jr.

$500 to $999

Frank Flack Thomas Holley (A) Michael Joshua Jerry Kiefer Vincent Kunderman Bernard Lucas Jr. Brian Millburn (A) Janice Rohr (A) Kevin Skibiski (A) Mrs. Daniel (Jean) St. Clair Daniel Thebeau (A) Dale Walling

Annual alumni contribution rate (also known as the participation rate) at Missouri S&T compared to 11.1 percent average for all public, research doctoral institutions.

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Vernon Boehme Sr. (A) Carl Brewer Jr. Gregg Byers Christopher Cape Sheldon Easson Alan Erickson (A) Christina Erickson (A) James Forck Bernard Held (A) Mrs. Douglas (Pam) Henry Ralph Horton Rafael Jauregui-Arias (A) Stephen Kambol (A) Gary Leemann (A) Jewel Logan Stanley Lorenzen Michael Mahn Mark Mueller Kho Nguyen (A) Wesley Patrick (A) John Price Roberta (Wilhelm) Treasurer (A) Stephen Vancil (A) Robert Wildschuetz (A) Dennis Wood (A)

$100 to $249

Mark David Algaier David Allan Bruce Baker (A) Nicholas Barrack (A) Duane Bequette (A) Jeffery Bertram (A) Mark Steven Blaser Steven Bodenhamer (A) Richard Box David Colvin (A) George Cornwell Michael Davis (A) Mark Evertowski (A) Larry Finley (A) John Forbis Grover Gnagey Richard Graumann Robert Hayward Charles Hillhouse (A) Steven Holcomb (A) William Irvine (A) Mark Jursich James Keebler David Koehler John Kubicek Gary David Kuse Lawrence Larkins (A) David Lewis (A) Janet Marsh (A) James Martin Clifford McCartney James Ott William Patrick (A) Ronald Pinaire Robby Ray Rakestraw Peter Rauch Thomas Rechtien Roger Retzinger Bryan Robb (A) Ronald Roberts (A) Jeffrey Rose (A)

Daniel Roy William Sallas Dawne Sarchet Randall Sawyer John Sickman Larry Sinn Gary Smallwood Balramkrishna Talwar David Thatcher John Wegman Ronald White (A) William Wilson (A)

Ronald Temme George Timmermann Tawsak Urwongse (A) William Van Horn Terry Ward Dennis Wehmeyer Blima Wellek (A) Robert A.E. Wessel (A) John Westermayer (A) DeWayne Williams Joan Wyant Mark Young

Up to $100

Class of 1976

Dan Amsden (A) Garry Aronberg (A) Franklin Berrier David Blauvelt John Boiles (A) Thomas Girard Borowiak (A) Rex Brown Wendy (Scott) Carter Barbara Clayton (A) William Crocker Charles Daniells Jr. (A) Kenneth Drake Jr. David Ellebrecht Thomas Ellis (A) Terry Forster David Francis Guy Freese Bruce Galbierz Carl Goeckeler Randolph Goyer Kenneth Haas David Hamilton Charles Hansford (A) d'Arcy (Holt) Harder Milton Hieken Patricia (Tuckey) Higgins Michael Hillhouse (A) Michael Lewis Rodney Linker (A) Michael Lupo Christine (Brennenstuhl) Lytle Hubert Maddox Joseph Mansker Jr. (A) Gregory McBride (A) Ferdinand Mertens (A) Steve Alfred Meyer Thomas Mittler Charles Moede (A) Charles Neuhart Janet Oakes (A) Warren Omohundro Robert Park Robert Perrey Douglas Peterson Ronald Potts Patrick Rafferty Bruce Russell Melvin Schaefer David Shcolnik (A) Stephen Shockley Richard Singer Semahat (Dengi) Sinharoy John Smith Gary Sonnenberg Donald Steele (A) James Stoops

$10,000 to $24,999 Harold Garner

$5,000 to $9,999

William Alan Benson

$1,000 to $2,499

David Barclay (A) John Culter Kraig Gordon (A) M Robert Hayes (A) Michael Krueger (A) Dennis Leitterman (A) Deborah (Gower) Light Gerald Meyr (A) Steven Moss Michael Mullen (A) Matthew Nail (A) Lawrence Schwab Howard Toombs (A) Michael Woessner

$500 to $999

Benjamin Ackley (A) Robert Helmkamp (A) Steven Jackson Frank Proctor Jr. (A) Larry Shoemaker (A) Paul Telthorst (A)

$250 to $499

Gary Albert Lindsay (Lomax) Bagnall Terry Coffman Michael DiNapoli (A) Dale Elifrits Dennis Fisher Gregory Haug Gregory Hicks (A) John Mangoff Jr. (A) Michael Mochel (A) Melanie (Miller) Naeger (A) Paul Sapp (A) Thomas Tatman (A) Harold Wagner Jr. (A) Jeffry Wassilak (A) Charles Wiese (A) Tobey Yadon (A)

$100 to $249 Edward Alusow Terry Arndt Wayne Bailey

Kathryn (Hand) Becker (A) Darryl Bennett Steve Bihr Kenneth Blankenship Charles Bodenhamer Lana Bray-Scott (A) Lawrence Castor (A) Michael Consolino Russell Crane Edward Rheinhardt Dabler Jr. (A) Philip Davis (A) Randall Dean Terry Drechsler James Dunlop Jr. (A) Richard Dunn Roland Dutton Jr. Michael Ellicott Clayton Evans John Fillebaum Thomas Fischer (A) Paul Hesse Mark Hicks Alexander Hilleary Robert Hilton Robert Hummel Hugh Kind Anthony Kutz (A) Charles Lane James Leonard Mark Liefer Kim (Coleman) Livengood (A) Paula (Marcellus) Lutz Patrick Maddox (A) William Mahn Roger May William McAllister III (A) Druery McMillan (A) James Merciel Jr. Michael Millikan Jimmy Joe Murray (A) Joseph Offutt III (A) David Ostrodka (A) William Rash William Bruce Rhodes Catherine Rieser Gary Sammelmann (A) Richard Scarr Karl Schenke (A) Joyce (Marshall) Schlef Edward Schmidt Kimberly (Morrill) Simon (A) Elizabeth Sinn James Smittkamp Gajendra Suwal (A) John Warne Jr. (A) Michael Watkins William Wohlert James Wood Kenneth Woods (A)

Up to $100

June Ahrens Donald Alten Terry Lynn Bone David Bradley Ricky Cottrell Joseph Counsil Milton Dickensheet

Fay (Schubert) Eckert William Ehrhard Robert Elliott Michael Ellis John Feldmann Don Gelven Bruce Haigh Freddie Ipock (A) Ronald Jackson (A) James Junge (A) Danny Klopfer Danny Krebs Susan (Braaf) Langhorst Clifford Mahin (A) Richard Markey Lewis McCann Michael McCarthy (A) Annie (Hall) Milne Frances Morris Allen Nichols Randall Noon James Pruitt George Reynolds Michael Sallwasser Harold Schwan (A) Marshall Shackelford Paul Sicking Dennis Simon (A) Don Smith Norman Saylor Smith George Spanel Jr. James Stewart Victoria (Headrick) Sweetser Brian Swenty Dolores Tichenor James Turner Jr. Stephen Wagner Allen Welshon Jr. Jill (McCartney) Westermayer (A) Charles Yarnall (A)

Class of 1977 $10,000 to $24,999 Marvin Appel (A)

$5,000 to $9,999 Gary Roebke (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Terry Buzbee (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Aaron Cook (A) Randy Denton (A) Robert Leonard Stephen Nelson (A) John Stutsman (A) Torie Ann Vandeven

$500 to $999

Stephen Burr (A) David Diestelkamp (A) Douglas Fuchs Douglas Kinnett Thomas Lacy Patrick McCann Peter Price Allen Schmutzler Paul Schnoebelen III (A) William Yount (A)

$250 to $499

Bruce Allen (A) Kenneth Baker Jeffrey Buck David Craycraft David Fronick (A) Timothy Gentry Leslie Hamilton (A) Michael Kirn

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James Lincicome (A) Mark Moran (A) Robert Naeger (A) Bradley Parrish William Pepper Richard Siebenman Jr. Donald Ulrich Ronald Williams (A)

$100 to $249

Charles Alsberg Thomas Androlewicz William Bippus (A) Steven Blair Steven Bollinger (A) Terry Bollinger John Bown (A) Bruce Bradway (A) Lawrence Brewer (A) John Bruns (A) Warren Cadwell William Christians Theodore Cover (A) Keith Cowan Paul Eloe John Gallagher Henry Haggard James Hastey Jr. (A) John Heidbreder Carl Hilgarth David Hilt (A) Timothy Hoog Francis Jaquay (A) Christopher Jarrett (A) Ted Kelly (A) Elvin Kingree (A) Rodman Kirkpatrick Stephen Koch Paul Kossina (A) Steven Lampe Steven Liescheidt (A) Ross Livengood (A) Thomas Mengel Kathleen (Colvin) Meyerkord (A) Kevin Miller Randall Moore Randall Mosby Terry Panhorst Gary Ruhling (A) Mark Ryan Lambert Schnettgoecke Mark Sebree (A) Bahram Shajary (A) Roger Smith Kent Springer Glendon Stevens III Larry Swinney Nicole Talbot (A) Archie Taylor Nancy (Edmonds) Taylor Joy (Ewens) Thompson Leo Valla Paul Vetter Ted Vora John Walker

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John Walker (A) Rhonda Walker Timothy Weadon

Up to $100

Mark Alvey Philip Boegner (A) James Bradfield Debra (Kersting) Brzuchalski Gregg Carlson (A) John Carter Thomas Carter Gregory Copeland Alan Davison James Eckelkamp Janet Enloe (A) Edward Finnell Randall Forchee Stephen Garber Kenneth Gianino Joseph Gioia James Glynn Peter Holden Stanley Johnson David Kelley Michael Kleeschulte Edmund Kobylinski Lessa (Cravens) Lawson Louis Loos II Mark MacGlashan Sandra (Turnbough) Marx Roy Mattes Jr. (A) Jerry McCammon (A) Eric Minne John Northup III (A) Stuart Parkhill John Patterson David Perry (A) James Rabaduex Jr. Mirko Rakigjija (A) Thomas Rauzi (A) Steven Richards Timothy Scanlon Joseph Schroeder Keith Schuette (A) Joey Sillyman Barry Franklin Sink Jeffry Stevenson Raymond Sudheimer James Vaughn John Wenzlick Francis Whelan Bradley Wyatt Clarissa (Carter) Young John Ziegler

Class of 1978 $5,000 to $9,999

James Michael Party

$2,500 to $4,999 Gregory Lang (A) James Rau (A)

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$1,000 to $2,499

Ronald Baker (A) Lee Ann (Richardson) Cox (A) Kenneth Fleck Rory McCarthy

$500 to $999

Darryl Brinkmann (A) Fred Durrenberger (A) Kelvin Erickson Gary Heimbaugh Rosemary (Love) Ingram David Lewis Terry Robb Stacy Sauer (A) Michael Schaefer (A) Michael Simac Mark White (A)

$250 to $499

Kenneth Brenneke Stephen Brunts (A) Susan Callahan (A) Ethan Chamberlain Robert Chapman Jr. (A) Sherri Clark Mary (Brisbee) Coffman Ron Craig James Fielding Russell Goldammer (A) Jeffrey Haferkamp (A) Terry Harvey Michael Honigfort (A) Dianne (Speer) Lincicome (A) Robert Mason Douglas Melton Jr. (A) Mark Miller Jana Podzimek Danny Vance (A) Edward Webster Tony Wu (A)

$100 to $249

Adebowale Akinsanya Stephen Albee Theodore Beresik Ted Bestor (A) William Bezdek (A) John Busse Michael Callahan William Campbell Michael Coldiron Patrick Cole Pamela (Whaley) Dagestad Thomas Doering Joseph Epperson (A) Michael Foley John Ganofsky Jr. Thomas Gredell (A) John Grice (A) Gary Hargis Michael Heitzman (A) Wilma (Kirn) Hilton

John Hohenberger Mark Huck (A) Shirley (Carpenter) Huffman (A) James Hunicke John Hunter (A) James Ivy II (A) Karl Andrew Johnston (A) Daniel Keaster Garrett Kramer (A) David Levings (A) Steven Lewis Brenda (Ellerbrake) Liescheidt (A) Billy Little (A) Mark Madras (A) Michael Magee Daniel Martin Lawrence Maxwell Terry McCallister (A) Timothy McClain Gary Miller Thomas Moder (A) James Mueller (A) Joseph Neyer (A) James Puckett Stephen Rethmeyer Steven Rinne (A) Kamran Rokhsaz (A) Thomas Ryan (A) Donald Schaefer Jr. Pankaj Shah Stephen Shoemaker Julie (Miller) Smythe Rita (Webber) Stevens John Stolwyk (A) Richard Toth Michael Winnett Leonard Wolff (A) Robert Yin

Melvin Heisserer Robert Heritage Jr. Alan Holtz Jr. David Ihms Robert Kertis Dennis Kinchen Edward Kuhlmann Jr. Frederick Kunz (A) John Lamble (A) Rick Lauer Edward Lee Arthur Litchfield Jr. Walter Lounsbery Marcel (Wehrman) Maupin David Mees John Melcher Gary Miloradovich Glenford Newtown Jr. Daniel Perkins Gregory Perkins Gary Perrey Mark Post Kenneth Rice Laurey (Costich) Ritchie James Roberts Mark Roenfeldt (A) Richard Smith Gary Taggart Robert Tenholder (A) David Theising (A) Gary Thomas (A) Steven Tidwell Bruce Tipton Kenneth Vaughn Ramona (Day) Wagner Donald Walther Kevin White Terri (Noelker) White David Winter (A) Frances (Hauschildt) Wren

Up to $100

Class of 1979

Stephen Allen Michael Amelunke (A) Gregory Baker (A) Michael Bell Robert Bieg Jr. (A) Daniel Binz (A) Michael Boles Maria (Wilmsmeyer) Brittle (A) Gregory Carpenter James Colliton Douglas Cothern David Crowley Harold Deckerd James Donahoe III Ivan Engeman (A) William Everett (A) Robert Farrell Jr. Thomas Fennessey Thomas Gebhardt Stephen Guntly Sarah Hansel Michael Hardesty Michael Haynes (A) M

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$10,000 to $24,999 Harry John Sauer III

$5,000 to $9,999

Dianna Tickner (A) Joseph Vitale

$2,500 to $4,999

James Bush Dale Morse Robert Riess (A) Geoffrey Steinhart

$1,000 to $2,499

Andrew Cox (A) John Eash (A) Glen Forck (A) Joseph Gladbach (A) Steven Grant Steven Lidisky (A) Craig O'Dear Mark Premont


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donors listed by | class year Joseph Rich Joseph Safron Ann (Veatch) Whitty Leslie Dwain Witt (A)

$500 to $999

Charles Bagnell Jr. Patrick Conroy Steven Curran Francilda Erickson Milo Foster (A) David Hengel (A) Robert Lee John Swinson Kevin Todd (A)

$250 to $499

Kay (Hardman) Adams (A) Rodney Breuer William Brunkhorst II Barbara (Bening) Busby (A) Kevin Eisenbeis Deborah Ferner Linn Field (A) Carma (Stone) Gibler Louis Gignac

James Humphrey Wade Kemp III (A) Mark Krahenbuhl (A) Donald Harold Lange (A) Anne (Fulton) McIntyre George Miller Robert Priest Joel Pundmann (A) Robert Quenon Jerry Robinson (A) Kevin Stalnaker (A) Kenneth Stratton (A) Jeffery Walker

$100 to $249

William Bagley Frederick Bauhof David Belden Christopher Bettlach (A) Sharon Biddle-Ferrell (A) Donald Birchler (A) Sharon (Lewis) Bradley (A) Craig Brauks Howard Brooks Douglas Buehler Kenneth Burg Salvatore John Calise (A)

Robert Crull (A) Okiyehazi Edu Ronald Ernst Darrell Flynn Mark Foley (A) Rhonda (Reed) Galaske (A) Mark Gredell Stanton Hadley Thomas Hagale Charles Hall Alfred Harding Jr. (A) Glennon Hartog Stanley Heimburger David Heineck (A) James Hill Jr. Mark Hovis (A) John Knoepke Shrirang Kulkarni Edward Latimer Jeffery Lewis (A) Richard Lilleston (A) James Linsenbardt (A) Patricia Lizotte Thomas Lyons Glenn Mabie (A) Vincent Mattione Harriett (Weiss) McCallister

Montgomery Morse Michael O'Daniell (A) Kevin O'Sullivan James Paul Robert Peat (A) Kent Riley (A) Judith Roper Joseph Ruder Robert Rundle Thomas Schmitt Steven Sullivan Lawrence Unnerstall Jr. Stanley Wadsworth (A) Ricky Lee Washburn (A) Lowell Watson Gregory Wayne James Wray (A) Alfred Wai-On Yem

Up to $100

Timothy Baron Debra Bene Reginald Benton Larry Benz (A) Walter Bilgram Philip Bissey (A) David Braun

Allan Brittle Jr. (A) Susan (Holm) Bush Matthew Christian Lee Clauss Jr. Paul Conant Lora (Binney) Cottrell Kathleen (Miles) Daniel Roy Drew Christopher Eales Beverly (Hartmann) Flori Ralph Flori Jr. Stephen Ford Donald Gardner Susan Haslett Brian Heideman Carl Jacobi Edward Jantosik Jr. (A) Stephen Johnson Mark Jones Robert Karp Robert Keeler Jr. Donald Keller Jr. (A) David Kemper Kent Koenemann Ronald Krusie Terrence Lakin Harold Lasley Jr.

Lloyd Lewis II John Lodderhose (A) John McBee Gregory Mertz Harlan Meyer Myles Midgley Jr. Diane (Mudge) Mues John Neet James Neumann Stuart Obermann Minh (Nguyen) Parrett Kevin Phillips Thomas Pile Jr. Mark Reichardt Paul Rygaard Barry Sargent (A) Gerhard Schiroky Randall Schmitt Mark Schurk Stanley Sikes David Sorrell Richard Stabo Michael Stock Thomas Sutterfield William Talley Jr. Robert Thrutchley Harold Twyford

The Boeing Co.: overcoming gravity Of all the contributions that The Boeing Co. makes to Missouri S&T, from empowering student design teams to supporting world-changing research projects, one of the most important investments might have to do with kids who have never even set foot on campus yet. Recently, Boeing donated $150,000 to help Missouri S&T improve efforts to provide pre-college education in engineering. Nationally, fewer than 5 percent of collegebound students plan to pursue degrees in engineering. Boeing’s recent gift supports Project Lead The Way, a program designed to implement a pre-engineering curriculum in high schools and middle schools. Project Lead The Way is a big part of the national effort to attract more young people to careers in technology and engineering. Begun as a school improvement initiative to address the shortage of engineers in the United States, the program has, during the past decade, spread to nearly 3,000 schools in all 50 states.

The curriculum is focused on team-based activities that allow students to work with their hands and see how mathematics can change the world. Through Project Lead The Way, Missouri S&T faculty members give pointers to the state’s teachers about the various ways to get students of all ages interested in engineeringrelated disciplines. Research shows that Project Lead The Way students are more likely than their peers to pursue and succeed in science, technology, engineering and mathematics majors in college. In 2008, the program will extend to more than 90 schools in Missouri and touch more than 7,000 young minds. Some of these young people will eventually attend Missouri S&T. And a lot of those ambitious students will have a good chance of winding up at Boeing, which is already the largest employer of S&T graduates. More than 1,600 grads are currently engaged in rewarding careers with Boeing.

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John VanDeven Mary (Schumacher) Watson John Weaver Katherine (Kunkel) Wesselschmidt Susan (Ray) Whitener (A) Brenda (Talty) Woolsey Thomas Ziegler Mark Ziobro

Class of 1980 $25,000 to $49,999 Perrin Roller (A)

$10,000 to $24,999 Robert Sonntag *

$5,000 to $9,999

Jeffrey Sheets Patricia (Klug) Sheets

$2,500 to $4,999

Catherine (Pyron) Fieseler Thomas O'Keefe IV

$1,000 to $2,499

Paul Booher (A) William Coppoc David Denison (A) Robert Feldmann Wayne Hamilton Jeanne (Garrett) Lewis Michael McCall Thomas Radcliff Gene Ronchetto Cheryl Seeger Mark Urban (A)

$500 to $999

Stephan Howard (A) Steven Jones (A) Clinton McClanahan John Miller (A) Brian Tepper Kevin Watson (A)

$250 to $499

John Ballantyne Margaret Becher (A) Szu-Chain Chen David Gerstenkorn Robert Glosier Janet (Reiter) Loesch (A) Terry Loesch (A) David Lofe (A) Robert McCarthy II Merrily McGowan (A) Earl Muehlfarth Jr. David Naeger (A) Wesley Ranard Mark Schlesinger

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David Schmitt Eric Stassevitch Dennis Struemph Mark Viox Kenneth Zimmerman

$100 to $249

Gary Amsinger (A) Elizabeth Christine Barkey (A) Bruce Loren Bartlett Kevin Boyer (A) Kevin Brown John Casey Robert Chambers Daniel Ciardullo (A) Cherie Cowan Brent Davis Henry Neal DeShazo Jr. (A) George Dickinson Thomas Dittmaier (A) Deborah (Foy) Dorsett (A) Eddie Doss James Durham Mark Eck John Ederle Nancy (Brown) Fischer Jack Geerlings Barbara (Brueggemann) Gerstenkorn Kenneth Goetz Robert Layton Gray Richard Griner William Guerdan Paul Heilman (A) Clarence Edward Hodge Jr. Karl Joern Janet (Rimmey) King Janet Knobbe Paul Kramer Bruce Lamb Raymond Lopez (A) Richard Louis (A) Carole Martin Michael McEvilly Martin Millman Dennis Moore Thomas Mueller William Murray (A) William Neunsinger William Nix (A) Martin Penning (A) Michael Perry Kenneth Peveler (A) Sherris Ragsdale (Myers) Prall Clayton Price Kevin Rackley John Rotramel Steve Ruether (A) Thomas Ruf Barry Sage Michael Schmidt Greg Schwalb Richard Shores (A) David Siebold David Smith

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Mark Smith Agnes (Fox) Snyder Brian Snyder Mrs. Robert (Nancy) Sonntag Michael Stafford (A) David Stolt Theresa (Talty) Stone Cynthia (Diedrich) Tharpe Jeffrey Thornton Betty Ellsworth Ungerman Matthew Vogel David Weaver (A) David Webb Christopher Wilson (A)

Michael Suraud (A) Gerald Tarr Andrew Tayon Jr. (A) Jeffrey Theerman Gary Timm Tieu Vinh (A) Eugene Watson Alan Weakly (A) Phillip Webster Jerry Doug West Scot Wilke Robert Wille

Up to $100

Robert Stevens M

Kenneth Arnett Karim Asfour Ruth Bartlett Bruce Bowermaster Paul Bright Bradley Brown Erik Burgdorf (A) Marilyn Daum James Doctorman Robert Engelken Diana (Collins) Engeman (A) Richard Fahrenkrog Jo-Ann Mileva (Pesich) Gianino Julie (Petty) Glass Leslie (McIntyre) Granger (A) Andrea (Green) Green Cynthia (Ziobro) Gross Donald Guenther Ann Marisa Hagni Daniel Heimsoth Karen (Downer) Herbert John Hesse (A) Jerry Higgins Charles Jarrett Jeffrey Jost Dong Min Lee (A) Paul Marshall James Massmann Robert McCann Steven McCarter Linda (Hudgens) Michaelsen Daniel Michel John Miller Mesut Muslu (A) Steven Null Ruth (Radford) Parker Ted Porter Pennie (Nichols) Ranzetta Thomas Shilling (A) Mary (Oxford) Siemsglusz Sandra (Hoelscher) Simmons Warren Speh Louis Steinhauser Michael Suda

Class of 1981 $5,000 to $9,999 $2,500 to $4,999 Wayne Fieseler Dale McHenry (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Paul Baldetti (A) Ernest Kelvin Banks (A) John Behr Mark John Dunlay (A) David Gresko Steven Craig Hanmann (A) Jeffrey Heppermann Robert Kruse Jr. Ronald Milligan Randy Southmayd Benjamin Winter (A)

$500 to $999

Karen (Kohl) Beckmann (A) Mark Anthony Bombach Pinakin Chaubal (A) Billy Euell Jr. (A) Janet Hartley (A) Robert Hoffmann (A) Jon Mark Holdman Jeffery Kipp John Lavalette (A) Glenn Lipscomb II (A) Michael Roesch Brad Snow Daniel Vaughn (A)

$250 to $499

Michael Bratcher Paul Braun Mark Brown David Busse Michael Calandro (A) Joseph Cibulka Dennis Croessmann James Crume Randall Dreiling (A) Raymond Lloyd Drury III (A) Douglas Gale Gordon Jean (Fischer) Holley

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Bonnie Hubert Michael Johnson Patrick Gerard Kelly Randall Lewis Michael Monroe McCoy (A) Colleen (Lynch) Petosa Thomas Jerome Renick Edward Robold Eric Victor Schelin (A) Blake Silkwood (A) Houstin Smith Jeffrey Sunderland (A) Edward Wooldridge

$100 to $249

John David Anderson Themis Argyros (A) Richard Baltz (A) William Bennett Jr. Steven Brenneman (A) Robert Bromley Fredric Bruns Randall Brunts Fred Cashner (A) Ann Crannell (A) Margaret Davis Terry Donelson (A) Robert Downing Rosemary Ann Emhoff Michael Flannigan (A) Gery Foehrweiser Guy Gilbert Vincent Henry Grelle David Griesinger (A) John Hall (A) Benjamin Lee Hankins (A) Edward Hart John Hart III Jeffrey Helzer Bradley Herman Timothy Holst Steven Howard Donald Hunt Jr. (A) Timothy Kaiser Patrick John Kelly Deborah Lynn (Kreher) Kiblinger William Lee (A) Alan Roger Lindsey Richard Lux Brian Matthews (A) Marilyn (Kolbet) Mattione Frank Mayfield Michael McMenus Rozann (McClimens) Mersinger David Louis Meyer Kevin Millar Lisa (Carroll) Mueller Bruce Netzler Robert Olson Steven Payne Daryl Quinn Kenneth Schmidt Randall Kent Stagner


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donors listed by | class year Randal Stahlman Matthew Stone David Strubberg Roger Swenson Jr. Leon Thompson Eric Treptow (A) Anthony Po Tsui Walter James Unverferth Nicholas Valenti Richard Zepka

Dennis Thebeau Tad Michael Tucker Jen-Sheng Tzeng Diane (Dowlen) Underwood James Whetsel (A) Sara Ellen (Folluo) Wilke Lawrence Williams Ward Winkelmann Robert Zettwoch

Up to $100

Class of 1982

Mark Abernathy (A) Ralph Kendell Agee Paul Donald Andrew Douglas Baker Craig Beck Laura Lee (Demzik) Bequette Oscar Berryman Scott Bohler Dennis Boll Michael Boone Robert Budenholzer Phillip Bureman Paul Cahill Bruce Colborne George Detrick III Gerard Dolan Cindy (Cooper) Drew Barry Eikmann Duane Arthur Emanuel Michael Enger Raymond Frankenberg II (A) James Laurance Giles Warren Kent Goddard (A) Eric Goldsmith Jim Charles Hafner Daniel Harris Douglas Hartman Mark Stephen Huck Ann (Painter) Ihms Marcus James Paul Janke Alan Kaelble Robert Bruce Knowles Jr. Gopalan Krishnamurthy (A) Scott Liebel Michael Marra Kevin McGartland Gary Paul McMichael Mark McNally Allen Minks (A) William Rogers Morgan Jr. David Scott Mueller Donald Mueller (A) Bonnie (Anderson) Mullen (A) Thomas Muller (A) Richard Nussbaum Mary (Klorer) Owens John Kneedler Queern Jon Anthony Richards Richard Roser (A) Shahin Safaei Gregory Sauceman David Schlarman Michael Schmidt Charles Sheppard Daniel Moore Shiels James Standfast

Mark Tipton Long (A) Charles David Malin Patricia (Greco) Mazzuca Eric Glynn Politte (A) Thom Baldwin Roller (A) Kenneth Paul Scherer Laura Anne (Plyler) Silkwood (A) Joseph Splean II Craig Allen Wohlers Marvin Woods Warren Zeller David Scott Zike (A)

David Martin Walker Lawrence Alan Weiman Wade James White David Bruce Wilhide (A) Karl Wolf (A) David Joseph Wrobel Bruce Miles Wundrack Donald Zeitinger Jr. (A)

Up to $100

Betty (Weinhold) Baggett Reese Allen Barlow David Chris Brucker (A) $2,500 to $4,999 Tammie Lynn (Parrish) Gail Louise (Dolan) $100 to $249 Buschling Hahn David Brian Akers Mary Louise (Wirz) Byrum Edwin Paul Stuckey Danny Lynn Brown Janet Kay (Pearce) Davis Jeffrey Neil Bruhn (A) Charles Delong Mark Carl Ehlert Lawrence Cain Jr. $1,000 to $2,499 Thomas Eppy Darrell Roy Case (A) David Alan Brewer John Gerald Cooley Diana (Wilson) Esry Kimberly Kay Denney (A) Mark Kevin Covey Timothy Freise Mark Dieckmann Douglas Kent Dace John Albert Gerig Craig Le Andre Eutz (A) Todd Allen Davis Joseph Gillardi Jr. Wayne Huebner Jeffery Gail Denny Robert Scott Glauz John Greg Kellerman Kirk Foeller (A) Michael Harpham (A) Dale Anthony Kyser (A) Patrick Goertzen Tim Helbig John Robert Miller Brian Joseph Grant (A) Gregory Lee Hiebert (A) Kathryn Ann (Waples) Linda Marie Hand (A) Mary Ann Hines Walker Stephen Hinkamp Robert Heligman Thomas Westerman (A) Charles Hummel Lynne Annette Hoefer James Franklin Irwin Jr. Rong-Fong Huang $500 to $999 Lynn Elmer Johnson Kevin Joseph Isom (A) Morris Buenemann Jr. (A) John Jones Jr. Michael Jennings Terry Lee Ernest (A) Robert Johnston Thomas King (A) John Hock Allen Kirchhoff Randy Jordison Vicki Sue Johnson David Kroeger Mary Susan Lampert Steven Lee Martin Charles Frederick Richard Manning Chun-Ping Meng Kummer III Randall March Charles Lee Meyer Billie Carol (Arnott) May (A) James Lamb III Maureen (Murphy) Midgley David May (A) Harold Lindley III Michael David Moline (A) Marlene Dawn Maag Gary Wayne McDonald Allan Kent Peccola Michael Mareschal (A) Robert Mertzlufft Jr. Craig Martin Pulley Robert Metze Jr. William McKinzie Michael Eugene Roark (A) Christopher Musial Thomas More Metcalfe (A) Min-Chun Jenny Shu Patricia (Thomas) Neyer (A) Thomas Meyer Mary (Eipper) Simmons Kenneth Meyerholtz Timothy O'Mara Alice Elaine (Nau) Snow Harrod Oldham III Charles Bruce Monie Mark Steven Statler (A) Steven Paul Olsen Thomas Mooney Paul Robert Stricker Janice (Uhle) Naumann Samuel Donald Otto (A) Robert Voss Glen Patrick Pariani (A) Patrick Pautler Jeffrey Payton Wieland (A) Sigrid Anne (Green) John Harris Park Pericich (A) Mai Xuanthi Pham Joseph Albert Puhl Matthew Piskulic $250 to $499 Paul Reed Susan Leanne (Robbins) Steven Richard Adams Nancy Lillian Reiter Porter Roberta (Scroggins) Charles Richey Christopher Rapisardo Allbritton Kenneth Rosemann Vickie (Mitchell) Reed Dean Alden Anderson Dolph Schallenberg Todd Wayne Rush Billy Gregory Aurig Keith Scherer Vernon Schaeperkoetter Jeffrey Bledsoe Russell Schmidt Evan Scheier Steven Ross Block Susan (McCoy) Schneider Karl Schmerbauch (A) Stacey (Miller) Eicks Valoree Sue (Stone) Schrank Michael Sickendick Timothy Ray Ervin Michael Lee Smith (A) Jeffrey Lynn Smith Robert Garnett Warren Smith III (A) Paul Smith Raymond Penn Gill Robert Stahlin Nancy Faye (McNutt) Terrell Green M Guy Steensgard Snyder James Jackson (A) Margaret (Herman) Stephen Summers (A) Raymond Kopsky Jr. M Carolyn Joan Tatum (A) Stockdale Richard Allen John Tripi Jr. (A) David Joseph Strain Kottemann Jr. (A) John Von Klemen John Homer Welch Russell Little

Dwight Brandon Dan Bremehr Mark Bryant $10,000 to $24,999 Mark Alan Cook (A) Richard Straeter Donald Davis Nancy Lea (Jones) $2,500 to $4,999 Denton (A) Mark Alan Harms Bernard Fields (A) Christopher Ramsay (A) Tony David Flaim Susan Elaine Gregory Fleck Watson-Hajjar (A) James Allen Folta Peggy Ann (Cypert) Folta $1,000 to $2,499 Joyce Ellen (Hierholzer) Kevin Scot Griesemer Foster Maria Holmes David Brian Graham Scott David Lampert Gerald Alan Griffith Paul Anthony Lang (A) Mark Lamar Haden (A) Alberta (Bollenbacher) Harder $500 to $999 Stanley Dean Heaton John Amerman Michael Herries Jeannine (Fronckiewicz) Mark Hughes Bardsley (A) Rebecca (Kovarik) Isom (A) Kenneth Cochran Barbara Lynn Johnson Daniel Dziedzic (A) Christopher Johnson (A) Caroline Ann Israel Gerald Keeven Lewis Daniel Israel Roger Kopp Mark Alan McCoy Phillip Langhorst (A) Philip McPherson Angela Latham Helene Hardy Pierce (A) Anne (Burton) Laufman (A) Jeffrey Scheibal Michael Sean Lynch (A) Douglas Wheelock (A) Edward Alton May Jr. Lawrence McCrary (A) $250 to $499 John Merle (A) Joseph AuBuchon (A) David Bruce Mickunas Timothy Barefield (A) Martin Mark Nash Amber Megann (Sparlin) Khai Minh Nguyen Brady Juanice Oldroyd Joseph Emmett Brown (A) Brad Parks Gabriele D'Alleva Bryan Dale Peetz Charles Daily Charles Wesley Proctor Jr. Rochelle Ann DelaRoche Jayant Ramakrishnan Charla (Niccoli) Dziedzic (A) Kevin Jerome Renner Tim Hagan Steven Leroy Sanders Harvey Grady Jones (A) James Seiwald Diana Sue (Bindemann) Bart Wayne Smith Malin Geri Smith Curtis Meier (A) Sherrill Smith Jeffrey Phillips Michael David Stroder Kevin Patrick Roney (A) William Clay Stuckey (A) Kathy Lynn (Herrmann) Douglas Swenson (A) Schmitt Sarah Jane (Hahn) Todd Charles Spradlin Jr. Stephen Veit Edith Ann (Foale) Ramona Lynn Venable Starbuck (A) Wesley Villhard (A) Michael Starbuck (A) Anne (Weber) Welty (A) Marcus Thornsberry Doug Wesselschmidt Barton David Volpe Carolyn Louise (Muret) Charles Cecil Weida Whaley Timothy Loyd White (A) Gregory Alan Wilhelm (A) Bradley Woley Paul Wolfgeher (A) Stephen Paul Yallaly II Robert Ziervogel $100 to $249 John Abshier Charles Allison Up to $100 Catherine (Lally) Timothy Adrian Anderson Vicki Lynn Amsinger Robert Armstrong Jr. David Anderson Charles Alan Bast David Ashabranner (A) Lawrence Beck Thomas Atteberry Jeffrey Scott Bell (A) Cathy Jane (Raidt) Baker

Class of 1983

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Robert Baumgartner Thomas Benoist Anton Bundschu II Vincent Burkemper Anita Ann (Dixon) Chute Mark Alan Clay James Lee Conley Paul Dean Conrad Steven Craig Cornish David Duane Cox Scott Daniel Davis Steven Charles Davis Mark Alan Doering Karl Doner Edward Henry Easson Rodney Erickson Steven Eslinger Susan (Lakinger) Fahnestock David Gaskill Scott Roger Goehri (A) Susan Kathleen Graf Richard Gray III John Gruendler Youcef Hammada Carol (Williams) Hanrahan Daniel Harrington Laura Ellen Harrington David Hart Bruce Jeffrey Hayden Glenn Steven Heil Craig Hendricks Dennis Hinnah Dawna Marlene (Brown) Immele Stephen Jacobi Douglas Johnson Glen Kaegi (A) John David Kottwitz Michael Joseph Lally Michael Matthew (A) Charles Mausshardt Susanne McHale Janice (Sigle) McLain John Michael McNally (A) Bradley Raymond Miller John Mitchell III Darrell Dwain Moore James Clesie Moore James Moss Cathy (Lockhart) Mueller Lawrence Newquist Glenn Noe Jr. Christakis Pantelides Ramachandran Stephen Reilly Paul Whitney Reiman Kevin John Reinhard Carl Alfred Rohde Thomas Rothermich Rodney Dean Rowe Carl Sauer Thomas Schaefer Wayne Schmidt (A) Kevin Schoolcraft Gary Schroeder

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Benjamin Settle Jr. Joan Marie Snider Michael Spirz Jimmy Ray Stahlman Thomas Lloyd Stehn Steven Stuban Michael Ian Tatkow Alan Wikey Tavenner Mark Tettambel Zhetta Thomas Gregory Tolcou Scott Lee Volner Gregory Waldschmidt Gregg Alan Walker (A) Lisa Ann (Stevens) Westrich Mark Alan Wickert Tom Walter Williams Jay Wilshire David Edward Zink

Class of 1984 $2,500 to $4,999

Darlene Susan (Meloy) Ramsay (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Thomas Joseph Dalton Charles Derbak Chris McReynolds David Allan Whiteley

$500 to $999

David Scott Bardsley (A) Daniel Michael Blaes Diane Crouch William David Evans (A) Keith William Lueck Jeffrey Phillips John Schuermeyer James Edward Studer Robert Weir

$250 to $499

Bentley Cletis Alexander (A) Bruce Augustine (A) Gail Anne (Halsey) Babson Katryn (Davidson) Barefield (A) Edward Bradley Jr. (A) Alan Michael Brannan Katherine Jane (Wertis) Coonan Madison Daily Gregory Easson Carl Engemann Stephen Gaydos William Thomas Groff James Hojnowski Paul Langenfeld (A) Jon Paul Mittler Cynthia Pavelka (A) Michael Lee Powell (A)

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David Merritt Purol (A) Angela (Beechner) Rolufs (A) Loretta Ellen Scheibal Timothy Schoenecker (A) Dale Gerard Schwent (A) David Skouby (A) Paul Thomas Smith Scarlett (Harrod) Smith (A) Karen Christine (Penney) White (A)

$100 to $249

Smaeil Aceil Terry Adams Ricky Lee Allison Everett Bedinghaus Laurie Behm Steven Robert Bowser Ann (Carter) Brand James Cecil Bullard Karl Eric Burgher M Cindy Jean (Determan) Burton Jill Alison Cameron Todd Howard Chiles (A) Andrew George Cole (A) Matthew Cordner Robert Wayne Currie (A) Karl Daubel Jr. (A) John Timothy DeRuntz Edwin Diekemper Kevin Gerard Fogarty Keith Freiberger Karla Goetting Ann Louise (Brandel) Griese Christopher Hamon (A) Mark Gregory Harward (A) Paula Elaine (Kovarik) Herries Scott Jarus David Johns Lori Ann Kaltenbronn Debra Lynn (Reeves) Kimes Steven Day Kimes John Michael Kinsey John Joseph Klenke John Klorer Jeffrey Knight Larry Gene Kohrmann (A) Gary Kowalski Banh Van Le Scott Matsunami Jeffrey McKeown Clay Eugene Melugin Gene Ray Meyer (A) Ronald Alan Miller Steven Paul Morlock Timothy Muehlfarth Gregory Edwin Nagawiecki James Herbert Ohlms Garry William Orf Gary Glen Pace

Jerre Parker Alan Parrett Joseph Pericich (A) Thomas Pritchett Donald Reago Jr. Frank Earl Relja Philip Peter Reunert Ralph Ross Roesler Philip Scandura Jr. Tim Schaeffer John Phillip Scheibel James Lee Schoen Brian Paul Sebelski (A) Rajiv Shah (A) Doron Shapiro David Clyde Sharp Susan Marie Simmons William Smith James Stratton Kathleen (Buhr) Strubberg Scott Dwayne Sumner Stephen Mark Uihlein Joy Vanhorn (A) Margaret Linn (Buhl) Williams Charles Woodbury Randall Aaron Young

Up to $100

David Donald Ahlvers Mark Jeffrey Ahrens David Michael Baer David Lester Beatty Bryant Clark Biere William Buscher Pao-Lin Chang Scott Allen Christian Guy Andrew Cordonier Lynn Anne (Powell) Crane Donald Patrick Crosby Ronald Wayne Davidson (A) Steven Alan Davies Louis Decker Garet Wayne DeNise Timothy Devardo Christine (Waeckerle) Dodson Elizabeth Anne Dolan Robert Conrad Dopher (A) Michael Dean Duello Thomas William Elgin (A) Daniel George Engler James Eveker Frank Falleri Jr. (A) Mary Ann (Moses) Farley John William Finke (A) Mary Anne (Sucher) Florich Scott Donald Gahring Cheryl Lynne (Wilson) Gardner Robert Victor Gehle (A) Jeffery Germer Carl Evan Goetz David Goldammer (A) David William Guyan Mary (Shore) Hagerty

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donors listed by | class year Fred Keith Baganoff Mike Bench Bradley Borcherding $5,000 to $9,999 James Bowen Diane Margaret Bryan Everett Bowers Butrus (A) Christopher Brannon Kent Lynn (A) John Brown John Michael Burgess $2,500 to $4,999 Peter Michael Burton Matthew Bujewski (A) Linda Joan (Jost) Busche Thomas Edward Cook Donald James Buth Robert Kirk Randolph Daniel David Carmody Wai Yin Chan (A) $1,000 to $2,499 Jeff Chou (A) Omar Ivan Aguilar Kuangfu David Chu (A) Paul Fleischut James Pat Clossick (A) Scott Michael Frailey Jan Conci Edward Madenjian Samuel Lathan Dixon Jorge Ochoa Luke Raymond Dohmen Kevin Dale Renfro Laurie Ann (Voss) Drewes Gregory Skannal (A) John Gerard Droste Anthony Stevens (A) Travis Loyal Durand Cynthia Tang (A) M David Anthony Elsenrath Andrew Charles $500 to $999 Espenschied Steven Keith Davis Sheila (O'Brien) Demand (A) Larry Eugene Farrar William Goeddel Jr. Joan Marie (Mazurek) Michael Joseph Grant Desmond Wayne Hanley John Jabusch (A) Edward Steven Harris William Kovacich (A) Barbara Joan (Swanson) William Lashley (A) Haushalter Robert Rosser Donna (Ruether) Mark Robert Warnecke (A) Hellebusch Robert Herzog $250 to $499 Michael Hilgers Robert Anderson Claire (Juergens) Homoky John Francis Bade David Loren James Judy Kay (Elliott) Paul Glenden Justis Jr. Bevans (A) Rex Thompson Kidwell Stanley Wayne Bevans (A) Kenneth Kietzer Mary Alice (Gielow) Stephen Knobbe Book (A) Thomas Edward Krolak Michael John Frayne (A) Dietrich Kuhlmann Kevin Ray Fritzmeyer Robert Ray Lankston David Charles Grewe (A) Valerie (Butler) Latimer Tina Suzette Haldiman Kirk William Lawson (A) David Wayne Heinzmann Mark Alan Layne Kevin Robert Hensley (A) Andrew Maly John Andrew Komlos Paul Matthews Brad Alan Lee Craig Maurice Paul Luckcuck (A) Steven Kei Mitori Nancy Jayne (Elfrank) Arthur Thomas Morton (A) Nethington Paul Mueller Kurt Benton Oakes Rebecca Jean (Glauz) David Pannone Mulcahy Heidi Leigh Rutz Christopher Schaefer Johanna (Whelan) Smith Todd Walker Smith (A) Anne Marie (Oetting) Spence (A) Mark Warner Scott Ray White (A)

Class of 1985

$100 to $249

Hany Abdel-Malek Phyllis (Sage) Altheide Phillip Anderson Jr. Ancell Mark Atkins

$100

Susan (Oberdick) Myers Charlie Niet Matthew O'Keefe Randall David Olmstead Sheila Olmstead Gregory Tarr Peacock Richard Peterson Jr. James Pyatt Donald Edward Rickard Jr. (A) Suzanne (Cooper) Riney Jeffrey Allen Sacre Kenneth Schibler Jr. Daniel Seidel Randy Jerome Shed Dale Alan Shelton (A) Phillip Harel Shimp Daniel Smith Michael Steiniger Richard Stout (A) Tracy Jo Thomas (A) David Webb Frank Wells Jr. Anne Werner Janet Louise Wickey-Spence (A) Randall Alan Wood

Up to $100

Christa (DeGonia) Andrew Paul William Angel Joe Dean Baxter (A) Kirk Douglas Boese Montgomery Bohanan Greg Bolon Richard Bothmann Bruce Alan Boyd Virginia (Fochtmann) Bretzke Christopher Bruhn Gary Lee Burgess Ellen Cantwell James Kevin Carter John Wayne Chapman Charles Colbert Daniel Conway Randal Scott Curtis Fredrick Brett Denny Jeffrey Dermott Jeffrey Dubbert Daniel Dudley Michael Ellis David Endorf Judith Agnes (Redel) Fagan Curt Fahnestock Maria (DeCastro) Feiner Gregory James Fox

Kenneth Goeddel Thomas Grassi James Michael Guffey Jeffrey Allen Hiller Sharri Lynn (Riggs) Hiller Lisa Anne (Engert) Howe Joyce Susan (Weinhold) Hume Bradley Hutson (A) Matthew Jeffries Steven Johnson Kenneth Brian Jones Scott William Klamm Jeffrey Koch (A) William Samuel Kolnik Gary Joseph Lee John Lindsay (A) Gregory Lovell Samuel Mahaney Sr. Leonard Marks Louis Matustik Raymond Paul Mertz Pamela Jo (Frazier) Middleton Aaron Wade Miller Everett Miller John Minihan Jr. John Thomas Modlin Robin Carole Nava James Kevin Niemira Dion James Novak Ann Tucker (Windsor) O'Reilly Carol (Davidson) Osborne Carl Peper Robert Polk Jr. Norman Pumphrey Jr. Robert Craig Rapp Todd Joseph Reidt Alan Kenneth Renner Kevin Leroy Riechers James Neil Ritchey Forrest Rogers Daniel Schwartz Allan See Mark Edmond Shelton Steven Lee Smith Vince Edward Smith John Joseph Stansfield (A) Julie Deles Stansfield (A) Robert Stevenson Peggy Ann (Newman) Thies Alan Lee Thomas John Thompson Anthony Tompras Sherry Turner Christopher Umstead

Jeffrey Gene Weatherford Steven Werling Gary Douglas White Gary John White Barbara (Wernert) Wilmes Steven Witthaus

Class of 1986 $2,500 to $4,999

John Charles Borthwick

$1,000 to $2,499

Kent Richard Erickson Joseph Grosko Ronald William Jagels (A) Kevin Wayne Schneider

$500 to $999

Henry Bredenkamp Jr. (A) James Robert Buff (A) Sara Jane (Matthews) Campbell (A) Ronald Paul Demand Darla Spencer Gavin (A) Timothy Dale Jones Paul Michael Pericich Patrick Joseph Wagner Peggy Wieberg (A) Suzan (Siy) Wiemers

$250 to $499

Rob Bailey (A) David Gerard Barrett Louis Scott Becker Karen Lynn (Koester) Bohaty (A) Frederick Mark Booth Brian Keith Bradley (A) Theodore Eicks James Elmer Fiscus Steven Frey Jr. Lois Ann (Wolfe) Highfill * Charles Klump Liesa (Feldhaus) Klump Wendy (Sass) McGowan Edward Rehak Mary Jane (Paganini) Reinhardt Bruce Dean Savage Andrew Jay Skoog Scott Allen Smith Michael Stein Daniel Matthew Wilbers

$100 to $249

Bryan Babcock (A) Jimmie Dwane Bales Jr. David Orlan Barnes Steven Xaver Bauer Mary Besterfield-Sacre Joel Addison Brand Mary (Scott) Craig Gregory Dean Daily Kevin Thomas Davis William Dibert Raed Mohammed El-Farhan Curtis Elmore (A) Cecilia (Gutierrez) Elmore (A) David Robert Erger Curtis David Eshelman Douglas Howard Farrar Leonard Frantz Suzanne (Hale) Gentry Eric Douglas Gill Dan Walter Hawley Lloyd Heinze John Eric Hoehn Brian Jennison Nancy (Gott) Kaegi Steven Gerard Kauffmann (A) Kelly Ann (Stewart) Kennedy (A) Mary Elizabeth (Cuthill) Kicklighter (A) David Patrick Kilp Erika Gabriella Kisvarsanyi David John Kleikamp Michael Klender (A) Andrew Knudsen David Edwin Koch (A) Andrew James Kopff (A) Alan William Lee Stephen Joseph Lorenz James Andrew Lutton Sandra (Hall) Magnus Brian Mitchell (A) Scott Daniel Moffitt Kathleen Carey (Duckett) Moldthan Timothy Gerard Myers Jeff Neumann Ann Marie (Groner) Phelps Bruce Pike Thomas John Placht Daniel Robert Pleis James Randolph

Allows six students to attend on-campus etiquette dinners that help prepare them to land their dream jobs.

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Robert Jerome Rauschenbach James Louis Ressler (A) John Rowe Kathleen Rupert-Wayne Ann Dwyer Sanders Michael Savage (A) Mitchell Scherzinger David Schledorn Paul Andrew Schmidt Donald Schnell Keith David Simon William Daniel Smith David William Snodgrass John Francis Szentes Jr. Joseph Raymond Tauser Lisa Kay (Goser) Terry Jerry Truitt Douglas Walker (A) David Matthew Walling Steven Allan Wendland David Alfred Willming Janice Wilkerson Zang

Up to $100

Pamela Ann (Savala) Altice Richard Altice Bruce Evan Anderson (A)

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Kevin Patrick Ankenbrand James David Aslakson Christopher Austin (A) Donald Lee Baum Jr. Jeffrey Beam Mark Andrew Bergjans (A) Michael Glenn Borgard (A) Charles Bowman Lynn (Murray) Bowman Jon Bruns Redus Darryl Burks John Kenny Burton (A) Brian Edward Carlson Michael Carson Bryan Keith Cassity (A) Anthony Paul Chiodini Gary Wayne Copeland Janet Lea (Landers) Cross (A) Suzanne Renee (Black) Cunningham Kirsten (Schalker) Duchardt Herbert Joseph Ehrhard David Paul Foreman James Warren Freitag Christopher Geiger Gregory Scott Hanson (A) Charles Hart David Leon Hasty Jr.

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Diane Marie (O'Brien) Heckemeyer Michael Herleth Michael Gerard Hinkamp Brian Jenkins Christopher Johnson (A) Teresa Kay (Dvorsky) Johnson John David Jones Kevin Carr Kasten Kevin Thomas Keenoy Paul Joseph Kemper Jr. Jay Kurtis Klahs (A) Bruce Alan Knudtson Robert Paul Langan (A) Alan Lewis Robert Lewis Lorey Ronald Scott Marlin Bennie Martin (A) William Edward Masek Richard Mayer Jr. (A) Candice Anne McGhee Kimberly (Keiser) McLemore Denise Lynn (Gualdoni) McNair Stephen Joseph Meyer (A) Pamela Ann Miller Michael Vernon Molz (A)

Stanley Frank Novak Gerald O'Brennan Alan Michael Orban Gregory John Orler Roger Wayne Owensby Terrence Palisch James Kenneth Pazdera Vincent Paul Perona Warren Bradley Pierce Joseph Gerard Pisoni James Pontius Marianne (Moyes) Pontius William Priesmeyer Frank Eric Pugh Jr. (A) David Leadore Randall (A) Terry Gene Read (A) Ernest Robinson David Salyers David Bernard Sauer (A) Michael Schath Richard Schnoring Mark Spalinger Martin Swanson Forrest Todd Thomas Mark Daniel Varwig (A) Marvin Dale Walden (A) Janet (Leemann) Wallinger Timothy Mark Ward (A) Terri Ann Wells

Bruce Raymond Yoder Vincent Paul Zagarri (A) Kathryn Ann (Wittler) Zeigler Charles Zoss

Class of 1987 $50,000 to $99,999 Michael Anthony Haas

$10,000 to $24,999 David James Bayless Frederick Kielhorn (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Angela Renae (Blake) Banks (A) Brian Keith Donley Kenneth Kazumi Koshi Jon Schneider (A)

$500 to $999

Steven Rush Birdwell Sarah Ruth (Reeves) Bock James Douglas Gavin (A) Bradley Dean Haug (A)

Continuous donors Thank you to 373 families for their outstanding record of 25-plus years of continuous annual support of Missouri S&T. Their contributions not only enhance our reputation worldwide, as many rankings consider donor and alumni loyalty, they shape the future of our talented and driven students. 30 + years

Richard Bauer ‘51 Robert D. Bay ‘49 Jerry Bayless ‘59 James Bogan Robert Brackbill ‘42 Delbert Day ‘58 Edward David ‘63 David Dearth ‘68 Gene Edwards ‘52 Joseph Elliott ‘71 Gordon Erickson ‘71 Armin Fick ‘41 Alden Hacker ‘41 Karl Hasselmann ‘25 * Thomas Holmes ‘50 Robert Jenkins ‘53 Fred Kisslinger ‘42 Harold Krueger ‘42 Fred Kummer ‘55 Vachel H. McNutt ‘10

Robert Montgomery Marvin Nevins ‘41 John Park Gary Patterson ‘60 Mrs. Herbert (Grace) Prange ‘38 Charles Remington ‘49 Joseph Senne ‘51 John Toomey ‘49

30 years

Arun Agrawal ‘65 Ralph Alexander Anthony Anderhub ‘51 Robert Andreae ‘69 William Andrews Earl Anspach ‘58 Edward Ballman ‘38 Ralph Barr ‘65 James Bondi ‘71 David Bondurant ‘71 Max Burgett ‘54

James Chaney ‘48 Willie Chen ‘50 Matt Coco ‘66 Richard Cole ‘47 George Comanich ‘51 Wallace Craig Donald Dampf ‘50 Donald Dowling ‘51 Robert Egbert ‘72 Walter Eversman John Farmer ‘63 H. William Flood ‘43 Michael Friese ‘70 Thomas Gaylord ‘65 Henry Hachmuth ‘67 Peter Hansen ‘53 Myron Haynes ‘53 Eldon Head ‘58 Harry Hershey ‘60 Michael Herzog ‘62 Robert Hogue ‘66

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Richard Hughes ‘56 Lindell Hurst ‘74 George Jamieson ‘50 James Jones ‘71 Richard Kahl ‘63 Gilbert Keeley ‘48 Hossein Keshari ‘60 Robert Kieffer ‘60 Leslie Koval Ronald Kraus ‘64 Edward Kyburz ‘50 Walter Leber ‘40 Glenn Lytle ‘66 Janet Marsh ‘75 Robert Martin ‘49 John McDaniels ‘60 John McKee ‘41 George McPherson Henry Metzner Lawrence Mikelionis ‘67 Frank Millard ‘37


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donors listed by | class year Douglas Scott Imrie Zelma Jean (Bennett) Kostyshak John David Skiffington

$250 to $499

Martin David Cibulka Bryan Dicus William Giannobile Gordon William Herron Christopher Jones David Jack Lown (A) Marcus Edward Merideth (A) Stephen Saliga Ronald Wayne Schmidt (A) Linda Sue Skouby Christopher Stirlen Adam Rip Stringer (A) Timothy Topper Taylor Kurt Unnerstall (A) Thomas Paul Wilshusen Kenneth Brian Wilson (A)

$100 to $249

Thomas Joseph Abkemeier (A) Brian Gerard Andrzejewski

John Mohr ‘66 Edward Moss ‘66 Donald Myers ‘61 Robert Niehaus ‘69 Richard Okenfuss ‘58 Larry Oliver ‘70 Dean Park ‘72 Michael Perkins ‘67 Norris Perry ‘68 Gary Rauls ‘70 E. Paul Remmers ‘56 Larry Rich ‘66 J. Kent Roberts ‘50 Philip Roush ‘57 Robert Russell Robert Sackewitz ‘34 Seth Schaefer ‘63 Richard Schafermeyer ‘73 Joel Scharf ‘59 Thomas Sears ‘67 Dirck Stickle ‘52 Paul Stigall ‘62 William Stockhausen ‘66 Waldemar Stopkey ‘52 Ronald Tappmeyer ‘47 George Taylor ‘64

Steve Arnold Catherine (Duncan) Backer (A) Denis Andrew Backer (A) John Henry Backs Kelly Bailo (A) Thomas Lynn Beebe Gayle Marie Behr (A) Daniel John Bock Gregory Robert Bram John Thomas Bredenkamp Kurtis Matthew Bruhn Edward John Corich Laura Jolene Dunlap (A) Bruce Anthony Dziedzic (A) Nicholas John Eckelkamp Janice (Schaeperkoetter) Fisher Aaron Todd Freese Jeremiah Golston (A) Joey Thomas Gordon Kevin Edward Goring Robert Bruce Green Arnold Paul Harness (A) Richard Horn Kevin John Jacobsmeyer Anthony Thomas Kaczmarek Jon Patrick Kadane

Steven Todd Kaegi John Clay Kerley Douglas Arthur Kiehne Kurt Richard Kleekamp James Cletus Kreher Dennis Michael Larose Frederick Karl Lenhart Deryl Lill (A) Karen Linser (A) Michael Craig Long James Edward Melland Brian Jaye Mills Roberta Ellen (Brown) Morgan Jason Ovanic Timothy Pemberton James Scott Riley Sally (Robbins) Robinson Martin Rodseth (A) Brian Hunter Supernaw William Thomas III Michael Trimble Todd Walls Steven Francis Wasleski Wayne Adam Wieberg Rachel Lynn (Houser) Wilhelm (A) John Martin Woytus Mark Wuttig

William Tolle ‘70 Clarence Tunnicliff ‘50 James Unnerstall ‘56 Robert Uthoff ‘52 Herman Vacca ‘60 Thomas Van Doren ‘62 John Westermayer ‘75 Richard Wieker ‘59 Thomas Zenge ‘69

29 years

Richard Astrack ‘68 Roy Bachmann ‘74 William Bagley ‘79 Keith Bailey ‘64 Donald Bartel ‘64 Allen Behring ‘66 Gerald Bellis ‘51 Lawrence Christensen Carol Davies ‘73 Terry Donze ‘71 Roy Dunham ‘47 Steven Dupont ‘74 Harold Fiebelman ‘66 Jack Foster ‘49 Herman Fritschen ‘51

Up to $100

Peter Arman Roger Earl Biggs Pat Oscar Bischel Ann Leslie (Winston) Boes John Joseph Brands Charles Wayne Bruno John Norman Bullock Thomas Joseph Byers Bruce Nelson Cain Christopher Calandro David Michael Chervek (A) Laura (Oehlert) Clegg Richard Lewis Clegg Theodore Clucas Cathy Janeen Corley Laura (Villavicencio) Denney Jeffrey Eugene Edmison John Joseph Fernandi Roger Keith Foehrweiser Janet Sue Fraley John Robert Frerking (A) Robert Charles Fritz Surendra Gadodia Joann (Connors) Galakatos William Otto Haag III Steve Douglas Hamadi

Edward Hale Leslie Hamilton ‘77 Linus Hellrich ‘72 John Hirner ‘51 Robert Holley ‘64 Santiago Ibarra ‘72 Jeffrey Ivers ‘74 William James Gordon Johnson ‘59 Philip Jozwiak ‘66 Russell Kamper ‘62 Robert Kemper ‘49 Billy Key Charles Kline ‘51 Thomas Koederitz ‘53 John Latzer ‘61 Dennis Mason ‘58 John McCarthy ‘55 T. Micheal McMillen ‘67 James Neumann ‘79 James Neustaedter ‘43 David Peacock ‘64 Michael Reyburn ‘62 Daniel Rice ‘49 Michael Schaefer ‘78 Robert Schmidt ‘45

Randal Lee Hanning Jeffrey Lawrence Harpring James David Hart Ali Hashimi Kaylynn Sue Johnston Charlene Kearney Paul Kevin Kendzior Jon-Paul Kohler Paul Stephen Korinko Daniel Maxwell Robert Paul McDaniel (A) Shawn Edward McVey Charles Meyer Robert Edward Moehlenkamp Helen (Scannell) Mongillo Michael Dean Napier (A) Stuart Daniel O'Kraski Gary Partin (A) Rhonda Loreen (Yersak) Pautler Daniel Joseph Plomb Kevin Lane Pontius Jennifer Ann (Lammers) Reini Catherine Sales Lynn Kathleen (Otto) Segura

Bruce Peter Sisko Brian Lynn Smith Thomas William Smith Brenda Kay Stokes Jeffrey Gerard Sutterer (A) Mary Ellen (Marshall) Thomas Joaquin Alindogan Tormo Linda Marie (Reed) Tutko Brian Umbach Todd Eric VanHoogstrate David Allen Voeller John Elmer Vogt Richard Joseph Volk Todd Gladden Wagner James Kenneth Wallinger

Class of 1988 $10,000 to $24,999 Darrin Lee Talley (A)

$2,500 to $4,999

James Patrick McGrath Linda Kay (Moore) Wright

$1,000 to $2,499

Leisa (Bowling) Stevens (A)

Bob Sfreddo ‘58 Robert Siron ‘60 David Smith ‘48 Leslie Stewart ‘66 Claude Strauser ‘69 Larry Thompson ‘63 Terence Towers ‘65 Floyd Uthe ‘66 Charlie Vaughn ‘55 Alvin Wansing ‘69 Jerry Webb ‘57 Leroy Wheelock ‘52 Steve Zernicke

28 years

John Bartel ‘52 Paul Bass ‘65 David Bergt ‘65 Lucien Bolon ‘59 Bruce Bonczyk ‘74 Fred Borgini ‘59 Robert Butchko ‘71 Frank Conci ‘54

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Lloyd Flowers Michael Joseph Gross (A) Kevin Lee Marrs (A) Paul John-Thurman Morris David Bryan Porter Mark Stephen Shlanta (A)

$250 to $499

Brenda Sue Brugger (A) Julie Lynn (Board) Brunner (A) Rebecca (Gittemeier) Cato-Johnston Darin James Everett Joann Kathleen Girard John Harrison Gordon (A) John Matthew Kelly (A) Bradford Kline (A) Edwin Bane Kroeger Mark Moellenhoff Rainer Peter Mueller Eric James Smarko (A) Jerry Tien Robert Vincent Tokar Jr. Mary Thi Tran (A) Ronald Ray Urton Jr. James Vasher (A)

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Joseph Boland Robert Dale Borchelt Craig William Borgmeyer (A) Richard Thomas Bradley (A) Donald Brumm II (A) Robert Corum Tracy Garrett Drysdale (A) Phillip Dean Ferguson Michael Charles Fisher Andrew Edward Fries (A) Bradley Alden Fulton Michelle (Donze) Gaither (A) Steven Jeffrey Goodell Kathleen (Burch) Hagen Deborah (Romberg) Haller Terrance Rich Harrison Mark Edward Henke Stephen James Hoak Timothy Scott Hudwalker Gregory Wayne Johnson Thomas Francis Jones Brian Michael Kelly Timothy Jude Kempf Colby Evan Kinser Kurt Koelling Charles Eugene Laughter (A) Mark Robert Leighton (A)

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Larry Joseph Linsin Kevin Wade Low Thomas Patrick McClenahan William McCormick III (A) Kenneth Mertl James Edward Mimlitz (A) George Moellering Eric Glen Moss Andrew Evan Newell Thomas Wesley Nichols Galen Oellig Hal Stover Padgett Kerstien (Prohaska) Padgett Steven Mark Penberthy (A) Stephen Renald Perillo Gregory Rice John Albert Scheer Suzanne Marie (Meyer) Schlemeier Curtis Michael Schroeder George William Schuman II Pamela (Dombi) Schweppe (A) Edward Anthony Shepard Jr. Cordell Edmunds Smith John Sweaney (A) Patrick Joseph Toby Richard Lewis Tutko (A)

Randall Lee Vogel Alan Richard Webber Gary Edward Williams

Up to $100

Bradley Thomas Amberger (A) Kevin Ray Barnes Kelly (Hennessey) Beckerle Bryan Bell (A) James Blackburn Virginia (Heikkinen) Callahan William Isaac Catron (A) Tong Chun Choe Rachelle (Middleton) Cornelius Matthew Todd Crain Lori (Stapp) Crocker (A) Tracy Lynne Cruts Robert Dea Dobson Steven Edward Ederle Steven Wayne Engelbrecht Jennifer Annet Feltmann Harold Fields Mikael Robert Fredholm Henry James Free (A) Faith Ann (Sagman) Frost

Kevin Fuller James Garrette Michael David Gerdes Timothy Lee Giddens Jeffrey Grandcolas Charles Gerard Grbcich (A) Samuel Grunbaum Jeffrey Dean Hanna Rebecca (Brinkley) Hegger Paul Vincent Hopkins Teresa (Stover) Howard Joseph George Jingle Timothy Edward Kelly Rickey Joe Kennedy Christopher Kincaid (A) Robert Leonard Knobbe Alexander Kott III Lisa Carol (Mueller) Kroutil Lawrence David Krull (A) John Joseph LeaRussa Patricia Lee (Brake) Lemongelli Don Lininger (A) Spencer Otto Luke Diane Kay Marchlewski Edmund John Mayer (A) Andrew James McDonell Merwan Burjor Mehta Kevin Michael Messmer Steven Wayne Miller

Continuous donors (continued) Timothy Corbett ‘70 Gary Creason ‘71 Raymond Fournelle ‘64 Bill Gerhart ‘61 Lee Gladish ‘71 Edwin Goetemann ‘44 Donald Gregory ‘58 Donald Haskell ‘49 Stanley Heimburger ‘79 Robert Held ‘48 Thomas Herrmann ‘50 Gregory Hicks ‘76 Gordon Hyatt ‘60 Stephen Johnson ‘79 Vernon Jones ‘53 Walter Knecht ‘49 Richard Konrad ‘58 Thomas May ‘66 Arthur Meenen ‘46 James Odom ‘61 Larry Parkinson ‘64 Jerry Rich ‘74 Clay Schmittou ‘56 John Sheffield Kuo-Shein Shen ‘67 Robert Sieckhaus ‘63

P. Jean Smith ‘44 Robert Sundermeyer ‘65 Selden Trimble Arthur Tucker ‘49 Mark Urban ‘80 Otto Van Maerssen ‘49 Benjamin Weidle ‘42 Chris Wilson ‘73

27 years

Henry Adamick ‘44 Charles Altheide ‘56 William Auberry ‘59 Carlton Barrow ‘36 James Bitting ‘65 Hermann Bottcher ‘41 Kenneth Burkhead ‘51 Douglas Christensen ‘43 Bradford Cummings ‘58 Jack Downs ‘49 Robert Fossey Billy Franklin ‘57 Joseph Fris ‘51 Daniel Harris ‘81 Walter Henry Charles Heuer ‘42

James Hofstetter ‘58 Lester Holcomb ‘51 William Horst ‘51 Byron Keihl ‘52 Janet Kinder Donald Kozeni ‘44 Kenneth Kuechenmeister ‘73 Gilbert LaPiere ‘47 Dennis Leitterman ‘76 Wade Martin ‘63 Craig O'Dear ‘79 Theodore Oldenburg ‘50 Eugene Peetz ‘50 Donald Peters ‘64 Ronald Pfeuffer ‘61 Peter Price ‘77 James Rau ‘78 Gene Rizer ‘60 Ronald Robertson ‘63 Gary Ruhling ‘77 Henry Sandhaus ‘71 Ardell Schelich ‘57 Albert Seelig ‘49 Joseph Seibold ‘57 Kevin Skibiski ‘75 Kevin Stalnaker ‘79

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Frank Tao ‘64 Earl Thompson ‘70 Daniel Vaughn ‘81 Roger Weber ‘61 Wilbern Weddle ‘48 Gary Weidler ‘73 Travice Whitten ‘65

26 years

Eugene Bartels ‘50 Robert Berry ‘72 Donald Branson ‘50 Michael Brynac ‘66 Susan Callahan ‘78 John Campbell ‘74 John Carstens ‘66 Aaron Cook ‘77 Don Crapnell ‘59 Donald Cronin Carl Danzer ‘49 David Denison ‘80 Peter Des Jardins ‘44 Gary Fennewald ‘73 John Finklang ‘52 H. Walker Flood ‘53 Joseph Hepp ‘48


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donors listed by | class year Richard Keith Milner Rick Milton Murray Daniel Carl Nix James Lewis Paunicka Robert Lee Pennington Grant Rorie Phillips Kevin Porter William Earl Rich Randy Owen Roark James Saavedra Eric Randall Schlauch Thomas Dreher Sieckhaus Gregory Sutton Peter Telthorst (A) Johnna Sue (Schultz) Van Keuren Vernon Eugene Vondera William Vondera (A) Joyce Leigh (Replogle) Wagner Zu-En Wang David John Westcott Paul Gerard Winkelmann Adrian Winters III John Witte Sherree Lee (Gaskins) Yeoman Robert Paul Zinselmeyer (A)

Richard Herndon ‘56 Michael Hillhouse ‘75 Paul Inman ‘67 D. Freddie Ipock ‘76 Robert Jacks ‘71 Lou Kapernaros ‘50 Richard Kottemann ‘82 Gopalan Krishnamurthy ‘81 Raymond Kruep ‘66 Gary Leemann ‘75 Robert Markland ‘63 Charles Marlow ‘65 Michael Moran ‘66 Randy Moss Bennett Muns ‘64 Milton Murry ‘64 Robert Oetting ‘55 Stanley O'Kraski Allan Peccola ‘82 Frank Proctor ‘76 James Pugh ‘59 Joseph Reichert ‘59 Harry Sauer ‘79 George Schindler ‘73 David Simon ‘71

Class of 1989 $1,000 to $2,499

Sharon Gates Douthitt Richard Jay Hicks

$500 to $999

Joseph Baxter Heggie Charles Vincent Muerhoff Tanya Leigh (Hough) Newkirk Alice Ann (Netzer) Simpkins Philip Jay Simpkins Christopher Taylor (A) Charles Thomas Wolfe

$250 to $499

James Randolph Bond John Micheal Buttenob (A) John Walter Carlson Jean Marie Leonard Michael Lyons Vincent Randazzo Dale Emerson Ray John Scott Rose Scott Snoble Chich-Yao Tang (A)

$100 to $249

Katherine Mary Adrales Luis Rolda Adrales Jr. Brent Delbert Arthaud John Barr Anthony Wayne Bowles Edward Gallatin Bryant Shyue-Cherng Doong (A) Kevin Edwards Casimir Eichenseer Daniel Alan Elbert Brian Est Thomas Flak Robert Gale Ford Bernard Jesse Frank Paul William Galbraith Lawrence George Marcia Sue Gower (A) Christine (Stoverink) Grunbaum Stephen Dennis Hagen James Donald Haring Patricia (Brangenberg) Hatem Jennifer Lynn Hinson Wayne Alan Hopkins Andrew Patrick Jones David John Keller

William Steinkamp ‘64 Stephen Suellentrop ‘74 Edwin Szumachowski ‘50 Roy Wilkens ‘66 Ralph Young ‘58 Wayne Zimmerman ‘65

25 years

Thomas Abernathy ‘52 William Alexander ‘70 Richard Arnoldy ‘69 Nick Barrack ‘75 William Bartley ‘71 Jeffrey Bell ‘83 Francis Brady ‘62 Amber Brady ‘83 Bruce Bramfitt ‘60 John Brodhacker ‘44 Vincent Budd ‘71 Larry Cooper ‘69 Charles Daniells ‘75 Michael Delany ‘48 Kenneth DeLap ‘52 Nancy Denton ‘83 Randall Dietrich ‘70

Sheri Dawn (Wayman) Kerley Karl Lewin Norman Dale Lian Jay William Maudlin Beth Anne (Ryan) McDaniel Ellen Couvillion McLaughlin Gregory Allen Mettlach Andy Ray Mills (A) John Patrick Mitchell Deborah Murphey (A) Lemuel Ray Myers Jr. Linda Myers Kevin Michael Nelson John Newcomer Christopher Nibeck Mark Privett Keith Gerard Rackers Gail Suzanne (Tonas) Rowlands Craig Paul Schannuth Karen Squires John Evan Stark Terry Lee Stocking Amy Dawn (Volmert) Sullivan

Avery Drake ‘50 Richard Elgin ‘74 Bruce Fennedy ‘71 Francis Fennerty ‘49 William Field ‘58 James Gerard ‘54 Dominic Grana ‘72 Howard Gray ‘71 Willis Grinstead ‘56 Don Gunther ‘60 Jack Haydon ‘58 Arthur Higgins ‘74 James Highfill ‘54 Clark Houghton ‘51 John Hunter ‘78 Ronald Jackson ‘76 Richard Jaquay ‘63 Ronald Jurenka ‘58 John Keating ‘73 Arthur Kiehne ‘58 Curt Killinger ‘73 Gilmore Krener ‘74 Gregory Lang ‘78 Richard Larkins ‘74 Louis Loos ‘77

Elizabeth Jane (Huggins) Trimble Carl David Tucker Gregory Jerald Weatherford Michael Robert Wehmeyer Brett Thomas Williams

Barbara Ann (Reilly) Langan (A) Timothy John Mauntel Michael Garvin Morey William Elliott Moser Jim Niebergall Douglas Reed Niermeyer Dan Nobbe (A) Up to $100 Gregory O'Brien Jennifer Louise Bayless Elisabeth (Larson) Phillips Steven Michael Behrend (A) Tracey (Clavenna) Puthoff Linda Boswell Bramel Scott Allan Rakers James Michael Calzone (A) Jean Ratterman John David Carter Kristin Renee (Snyder) Timothy Andrew Coppinger Ridenour (A) Peter Allan Corpeny Randall Joseph Samson Natalie Marie Drew David Robert Schultz Maureen (Flick) Ederle Susan (Housh) Slade Eugene Erker Padmakar Srivastava Matthew Christopher Fritt Steven Kent Starrett Gary Ralph Garrison Jeannine (Dubuque) Brian Martin Haug Szatkowski (A) Joseph Linus Hoffmeister Bruce Carlton Townes (A) Richard Aaron Houtz Raymond Matthew Webb Jeffrey Kent Hoyt Scott Douglas Wynn Jeffrey Scott Jones (A) John William Zimmermann Mark Patrick Kelly George Everett Kouba (A)

Virendra Mathur ‘61 Michael McGath ‘70 James Medlin ‘67 John Mitchell ‘59 Louis Moss Terry Nagel ‘68 Steven Null ‘80 R. Anthony Parks ‘66 Jerry Parsons ‘70 Joseph Puhl ‘82 John Schilling ‘73 Paul Schnoebelen ‘77 Merle Southern ‘61 Roger Taylor ‘72 Douglas Thies ‘69 H. Ray Threlkeld ‘70 August Vogler ‘50 Neal Wagenheim ‘60 Mrs. Robert (Dorothea) Wolf ‘51 Ralph Wolfram ‘50 Bradley Wyatt ‘77 Donald Zeitinger ‘82

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Michael Christopher Fox Danton Paulson (A) David Tepen (A)

$500 to $999

Denise Carol Brandt (A) Gerald Mason Elphingstone Jr. (A) Claudia Christa Hoeft (A) Katherine (Stone) Phillips (A) Robert Leroy Phillips (A) Stanley Schultz

$250 to $499

Michael John Dyess Winston Frank Erevelles Jeffrey Scott Hawk Stanley Benson Lindesmith (A) Brian Osborne Bret Allen Riegel (A) Michael Bryan Schumacher (A) Jennifer Shylanski Matthew Joseph Turk Deanna Lynn Warner (A) Eric Wilkins Charles Michael Witherspoon

$100 to $249

Catherine Ann Alofs (A) Bobby Cartmill Raymond Joseph Cologna David Lee Cowell Timothy James Dickinson (A) James Donald Feher Sandra Feher William Chris Frayser Stanley Frisbee Stuart Gardner Gary Joseph Hatfield Chris Patrick Hawkins Russell Henry Henke Daniel Gerard Herzberg Violet Jean Hofer (A) Walter Brooks Hooper Timothy Scott Howard Daniel Edmond Jackson Travis Johnson (A) Donald Kerns Steven William Koop (A) Gregory Charles Lechtenberg (A) Lisa Chon (Golden) Lindesmith Evelyn Elizabeth (Sweet) Martin Richard Tracy Moon Rajiva Prakash Ryne Patrick Raffaelle Jeffrey Joseph Reinkemeyer

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Kenneth Rigsby Amy Diane (Horst) Ruggeri (A) Scott Joseph Schmid Michele Renee Smith Timothy Dale Swinfard Thomas Louis Tokos Jr. Robin (Meyer) Wankum John Andrew Wegener John Patrick Witham

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Baskar Bettadapura Subbarao Steven Patrick Terneus Michael Cary Tucker Jeri (Marrs) Vondera Tracy Lynn (Akiyama) Walsh (A) Robert Stephen Woodley Paul Work Dennis Yeh (A) Roger Allen Younger

Up to $100

Cynthia (Gereau) Bailey Lisa Joan (Beardslee) Balmer Timothy Gerard Beckerle Richard Berger (A) Christopher Noel Boone (A) Jeffery Howard Bowman (A) Michael Timothy Buechter Christopher Canon Laura (Schweikhardt) Compton Steven Lyman Cook Jane Marie (Ewers) Coppinger Ty Dinsdale (A) Lisa (Danaher) Doyle (A) Michael Francis Ellis Jr. Robert John Fischer Ann Louise (Yocum) Galbraith Christopher Alan Grose Nancy (Meyer) Harster Lynne Patricia (Hackman) Haynes Mary Ruth Hershey (A) John Joseph Janchar (A) Mike Steven Jones (A) William Brittain Kennedy Ann Butts Key Barry Dwane Kindsfather Kevin Shawn Kohm Matthew James Kovarik John Patrick Lammers Paul Frederick Lampe Christopher Allen Layton Ralph Joseph Lemongelli III David Wayne Loida (A) Gerald Trent Loomstein Gregory Richard Maes (A) Scott Raymond Miller Timothy Scott Mussman (A) Brian Joseph Nenninger Jack Oakes Tracy Suzanne Perkins (A) Martin Dexter Poole Jeffrey William Porter Lisa Ann Riley Schonda (Briggs) Rodriguez James Curtis Rutherford Scott Anthony Sallberg Dennis Joseph Schamburg (A) Timothy Alan Stelljes (A)

Class of 1991 $10,000 to $24,999 Jeffrey Douglas Smith

$2,500 to $4,999 Kevin Eugene Riggs

$1,000 to $2,499

Amy Ann Beechner-McCarthy Kyle Eugene Graves (A) Michael Lee Noble (A)

$500 to $999

Thomas Michael Miller

$250 to $499

Karla Marie Casper (A) Callie Jo (Harmon) Daniels Jeffrey Allen Harris Martin Charles Hesterberg Thomas Francis Hughes Suzanne Grace (Metzner) Johnston Timothy Francis Kram Mark Steven McColloch Mary Ellen Muldoon (A) Keith St. Gemme Lori Kay (Ehlmann) Tokar Leslie Helayne (Vigna) Witherspoon

$100 to $249

Elisabeth Jo (Tieber) Bersett Robert Henry Bersett Glenn Steven Brenneke (A) David Eric Britton Charles Raymond Buttry Douglas Rickman Carroll Douglas Todd Cordier Melissa Rose (Benedick) Corkill James Deschenes Gary Wayne Elbert Peter Feuerstein Steven Lawrence Fulkerson Dirk Lynn Gowin Jennifer Lynn Graham-Rateliff

William Lloyd Headrick Jr. Ronald Allan Humphrey (A) Jennifer Carolyn (Cordes) Jansen Sally (Collins) Kammer John Scott Kozlowski (A) John Wallace Macdonald John McClenning Ralph Blaise Minor Brian Lewis Neary Nora Anyango Okong'O (A) Christine Elizabeth (Bough) Ovanic William Parks Robert Lee Parsons Joel Alan Philliber Wayne Kevin Portwine (A) Victor Rackers Dale Robert Rundlett (A) Mark Thomas Sautman John Thomas Schmidt (A) Donna Karen (Kraus) Smith Richard Edward Stehlin Deborah Anne (Walton) Stewart Steven Joseph Strubberg Brian Keith Taber Kelley Ann (Jozwiak) Thomas (A) Amy (Pharr) Tokos Deanna Marie (Rozgay) Vilcheck Jay Andrew Wallmark Thomas Joseph Wankum Deanna Lynn Weil-Violette Daniel Raiford Wilson Christopher Charles Winslow (A) David Barnes Wunder Sunila (Lahiri) Young (A)

Up to $100

Dale Allen Abernathie John Robert Beatty (A) Michael Christopher Brandt Michael Louis Davis James Edward DeVaney Jr. (A) Karen Marie (Botz) Geldert Russell Steven Goring Keith Allen Hansen Donald Harker IV (A) Ross Haselhorst Eric August Haynes Brian Joseph Hirshberg Timothy Edward Holland Richard Johannes Huizinga Gary Dale Kercher Kelly Brian Leseman Todd William Lewis Bonnie Mathis Sean Finn McDermott (A) Kimberly Rona McMahan

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David Robert Medrow Douglas Meyer Robert Niedergerke (A) Joseph Edward Price Cheng-Fo Sen Kathryn Sidener Britt Elliott Smith Mark Webster Smith (A) Christopher Robert Steineman David Gerard Tajkowski Victoria Jane (Scammacca) Verdoni (A) Brad Michael Wadle Todd Dismas Waelterman Judy (Von Der Haar) Wagner Jeffrey Sean Weaver (A) James Christopher Westhoff John Francis Winkler Matthew Woodward Tamiko Youngblood

Class of 1992 $2,500 to $4,999

Philip Woon Yau Ling

$500 to $999

Keith Allen Corzine (A) Gregory David Denzer David Paul Fannin Paul Joseph Kusterer Stephanie (Stroker) Puljak (A) Ernest Charles Shikles III Robert Boyce Stone

$250 to $499

Curtis Allen Brown Kurtis James Daniels Lynne White Fielding John Goethe Pamela Ann (Luchun) Hesterberg Gary Rex Highfill (A) Brian Kuchinski Charles Allen Misner (A) Keith Eugene Schoby Jeffrey Michael Wood

$100 to $249

Salman Akhtar Robert Allton Bartelsmeyer Phillip Mark Bell Julie (Binder) Binder Maitra Meri (Becht) Cartee Grant Allen Christensen Leigh Anne (Clark) Cordier Diganta Das Matthew Dunehew Rebecca (Workman) Dunehew Brian Scott Griffen Scott James Harris (A) Amy (Mason) Hunter


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donors listed by | class year Timothy Stanley Koscielski Vernon Scott May (A) Jeffrey Glen McLeod Bryce Leonard Meyer Richard Lee Morris Erik Shane Ohare William Joseph Rowell David James Ryden Travis Brooks Scott Michael Sherman Sebourn Lenard Alan Smith Michael Dwaine Smith (A) Milton Sorensen Vincent Lee Sprenkle Mark Aaron Stranczek Kelly (Rogers) Taylor (A) Marc Galen Thomas (A) Randall Scott Wakeland Keith Robert Weyenberg (A) Rachel Wiggins Brian Paul Winschel

Up to $100

Jeanne Kay (Jackson) Allen Stacy Loren Bergmann Edward Allen Casleton Stephen Anthony Cochran Scott Joseph Dahlgren Scott Randall Dixon Russell Wayne Doss Cassandra Lee Engstrom Lawrence Gant Jr. Michael Raymond Halbach John Wayne Harty Jr. Jeffrey Allen Herzog (A) Michael Lewis Hill Walter Bernard Jansen Jr. Scott Kappelmann George Winsler Karr (A) Kurt Kreisz (A) Peter Robert Laudon Christopher Travis Leach Scott William Leimkuehler Cassandra (Bryant) Lewis Kevin Lee Lowe Karissa McCarter (A) Luzheng Meng Mary (McClain) Meysenburg Melissa (Bennish) Parker Brian Matthew Pence Kevin Douglas Poat Regina (Jacobs) Pratt Robin (Williams) Price Darren Ray Ratliff Leigh Anne Reisinger Robert Clark Rogers James Robert Schifko Gregory Carl Schreiber Joseph Wade Schumer (A) Allen Sehrt (A) Mandeep Singh (A) Timothy Mitchell Spyers Kenneth Eugene Stecher (A) Joseph Nicholas Stemler (A) Connee (Cagle) Stine (A) Julie (Schambach) Stotlemeyer (A) Dennis Wayne Tate II (A) Jeffrey Paul Waller (A) Larry Williams

Class of 1993 $5,000 to $9,999 David Heikkinen

$2,500 to $4,999

Bret Baldwin (A) Regina (Turner) Baldwin (A) Steven Bernard Howard (A) Scott Palmtag (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Jon Michael Gibbs (A) Lisa Gail (Willhaus) Gibson (A)

$500 to $999

Suzanne (Reeves) Brooks (A)

$250 to $499

Susan (Shaw) Kennedy Mary Ellen Kirgan James Edward Koch Randy Allan Menges (A) Adam Clinton Rider Kevin Mark Robertson Thomas Rogge Clint Allen Scott (A) Scott William Shylanski Michael Ronald Trampe Albert Frank Winkeler III

$100 to $249

Anthony Cruz Aguilera (A) Robert Lee Beck Bryan Christopher Bross (A) Matthew Curtis Buenemann (A) Jeffrey Thomas Butler Chau-Dung Chang (A) Fred Tze-Yu Chu (A) John Patrick Collins Brandon Lee Cordts (A) Lynette Kay (Brunner) Denzer Sandra Jo (Berendzen) Drake Richard John Falkenrath (A) Jacopo Frigerio LeAnne (Kilby) Garner Eric James Gorman Andrew Grover (A) Garry Andrew Haase Scott Arthur Haling Stephanie Marie Headrick Gregory Lynn Hempen Michael Scott Higgins Craig Alan Hindle (A) Donald Leroy Huff Suzanne Marie (Burrow) Hughes Daron Mitchell Hunt Ersan Ilgar Heather Marie (Shearer) Ingracia Stephen Allen Ingracia Gary Alan Jacquin

Kelly Lynn Kalmer Scott Kelly Nicole Renee Mason David Patrick Moore Charles Lloyd Myers Atha Jamar Neal Stephen Richard Nicholson Jay Roger Paige (A) William Anthony Phillips II Roger Stewart Protzman Hai Qiu (A) Gary Schaper (A) Janet (Alfermann) Scheier Velleta Marie (Grote) Scott Thomas Richard Sellers Jr. Cristina Serban Clinton Thessen Holly Jean (Berendzen) Thomas Raymond James Vandiver Philip Joseph Wentz Robert Shawn Williams

Tom Harlan Stiegemeier Kenneth Raoul Taylor (A) Stephen Wehmeyer John Edward Wulf

28 percent

Class of 1994 $1,000 to $2,499

Gary Brian Hubbard

$500 to $999

Mark Jeffery Barnhart

$250 to $499

Christel Bemelmans Donna Kae Cogell Brett Patrick Goodman Kent Dean Peaslee Lisa Michelle Reeves Laura Louise (Riegel) Rickman (A) Karen (Schoor) Rogge Matthew Mark Seabaugh Up to $100 Patricia (Ruma) Lisa Marie (Molner) Anielak Spence (A) Jennifer Leigh Brian Keith Verman (A) (Crede) Brooks Brent Allen Ward (A) Douglas Dwight Charlton Brian Jerome Wibbenmeyer Michael Connell III Eric Gerard Wiegand Zayna Marie Connor (A) Gregory Allan Davis $100 to $249 Carl William Debrock Michael David Becvar (A) Kevin Paul Delinger Joseph Robert Boley Teresa Marie Dickenson Julie Lynn Pamela Marie Duncan (Montefusco) Boley David Edgar Karla Katherine Stephen Michael Gibbs Chaney (A) Chad Matthew Hamilton Terry Croxford (A) Timothy Emil Harster Stephen Kent Denney John David Herrmann Robert Patrick Dieckhaus Steven Douglas Hoernig Michael Edward Drake Daniel Allan Jones Khang Van-Si Duong Milind Madhav Thomas Michael Evers Khandekar (A) Brent Allen Fullerton Brian Lee Kincaid John Austin Glaubius (A) John Blayne Kirsch Douglas James Haas Warren Ray Kohm (A) Thomas Joseph Hasenstab Gregory George Lea Christopher Scott Huett Larry Ronald Lee Jr. Edward Thomas Hunn Gregory Alan Livorsi Gaya Kanishka Marasinghe Kurt Allen Kirby Amy Michele (Keith) Moats Daniel Scott Krueger Peter Gyula Laky Sanjay Nayar (A) Shonie Christine Maxwell Shawn Michael O'Donnell Chad Joseph Means (A) Brian James Overturf (A) Elizabeth Ann (Broyles) Paul Adam Petitt Musgrove Deborah Lynn (Archibald) Suzanne Olson M Rackers Victor Michael Poland (A) Mitchell Lee Rackers Aswath Rao Kevin James Reilly James Darren Ross Debbie Runkle Venkatakrishnaiah Linda Sands Shashikumar Leslie Ann Sawyer (A) Amy Louise Robert James Schaffer (Gefferth) Stehlin David Vincent Schuehler Keith Alan Steinmetz Eric Seaman Edward Franklin Raymond Michael Stephens IV Seggelke Jr. John Edward Stone Kimberly Ann Sellards Scott Alan Swoboda Haresh Gnaninda Gregory James Teets Siriwardane

Percentage of S&T revenue provided by state appropriations. State funding has dropped from 42 percent in 2000, part of a national slide in state support of higher education. Sean Walker Heping Wang Steven Edward Weible

Up to $100

Sean Phillip Antle Thaddeus Stanislaus Baranowski Phillip Lee Barnes Susan (Jamboretz) Barry Roger Leroy Broman Jr. Donald Ray Brown Daniel Richard Buchner Krista Lynette Burnett Kirk Allen Carson Dawn Alaine Clayton Lawrence Edmund Cook Matthew Allen Dwyer (A) Gregory Eric Effland Robert Christopher Fugina (A) Randy Lee Glaeser John Raymond Guenther Brian Edward Haggard (A) Carla Cecilia (Parodi) Hall Aaron James Hankins Douglas Edward Heckel Amy Marie (Williams) Helvey David Paul Johnson Catherine (Carlisle) Kammerer Jeffrey Donald Kullmann (A) Stephen Michael Lane Kurt William Leucht (A) Anne (Rugur) Lindgren Rebecca (Wilson) Lorey Neil Massart Christian Andreas Matt (A)

Christopher Douglas Mitchell Patrick Lester Moore Christopher Anthony Mueller (A) Todd Stephen Oppeau Anitha Panapakkam Michael Scott Rakonick Jason Neil Richards Jennifer Jo (Bischel) Richesson Donna Riggs (A) Julie (Dickherber) Ryan (A) Denise (Ratcliff) Schieszer Patrick Brian Schneier Steven Ray Schultz Christina Louise Sfreddo Shobha Shashikumar Clifton Joe Toombs Heather (Freeman) Trundle James Richard Uehling Eric George Utterson Jeffrey James Watrous (A)

Class of 1995 $1,000 to $2,499

Steven Lee Booton (A) Scott Eric Burkemper (A) Paul David Hirtz Michael Holm (A) John Park (A)

$500 to $999

William John Anast (A) Terence Michael Burke (A) David Wayne Herberger (A) Susan Mills (A)

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Benjamin Edmund Steltenpohl Craig Curtis Tyhurst Phillip John Weber Jr. Steven Eric Young

$250 to $499

Mindy (Gardner) Carreras (A) Blu Eric Englehorn Gregory Scott Kremer (A) Jennifer (Mueller) Kuchinski Brian Joseph Oligschlaeger (A) Joel Todd Rickman (A)

$100 to $249

Scott Wayne Ashwell (A) Tracey (Davis) Ashwell (A) Brian John Collingham Jill Suzanne (McKenna) Dana Richard Lee Davis Rebecca May (Light) Fiechtl (A) Glenn Russell Fletcher Dean Scott Ford (A) Amy Jo (Sauer) Haddock Craig Michael Haley Kimberly (Huonker) Haley Gary Hines Robert Lewis Hormell III Jason Bradley Illum Carlos Alberto Jaramillo Joshua Bruce Jarvis Pete Jennings Justin Michael Juengel Deena (Chapman) Kuntz David John Lamb Timothy Gerard Lamb (A) Valarie Dee Lindner Jeffry Donald Lueddecke Daniel Marsh Travis Steven McGee Thomas Patrick McMahon Henry Edward Midden IV Michael Stephen Miller Christine (Kump) Mitchell Leslie Felix Monplaisir Kirk Andrew Peterson (A) David Allen Ryckman Amelia (Crenshaw) Sanders (A) Jeffrey Paul Schroeder Deepa Soni Craig Allen Sorensen Mary Helen (Hunter) Stoltz (A) Kevin Dennis Sullivan Chiu-Ying Tai Cheryl (Thomas) Townlian Robin Anne Wheeler Lisa Ann (Webb) Williams Jing-Shyang Yang

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Shayne Edmund Yeisley Lori Renee (Wisdom) Young

Up to $100

Michael Eugene Arbini (A) Neil Steven Brady (A) Michael Brenner Russell Henry Brooks Robin Lynne Collier Charles Christian Cook Christina (Duker) Cook John Michael Davis George Martin Dover (A) Sarah Evelyn (West) Effland Lazaro Ahmed Espinosa (A) Steven Jerome Frank Jeffrey Clark Fugate (A) Bret Allen Harles (A) Lisa Renee Harrison James Joseph Hauser Sean Henry Jason Michael Hughes Mark Benjamin Joersz Donald Vincent Jones Jamie Scott Kelly Sherry Lee King Andrew Yongwoo Kwon Justin Andrew Lamar (A) Shelly Ann (Backues) Lane Brenda Louise Miller Stephen Monaco Wallace Newcomb Bryan Scott Niehaus (A) Fred William Niemeier Marco Girolamo Pizzo (A) Richard David Powell Jr. (A) Matthew Nathan Pritzker Nikith Rai Paul Raj Charles William Renner Jefferson Scott Reynolds Jerome Anthony Riemann Steven Earl Russell Darin Ray Sanders Srinivas Pravin Sitaram (A) Robert Wayne Skaggs Steven Walter Skikas Shelley (Meyer) Spears Joe Darrell Villines III Marsha Rana Wayman Wayne Allen Weber Ryan Arden White

Class of 1996 $2,500 to $4,999

Robert Sean Bartel Paul Martin Majors (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

Bradley David Suddarth (A) Robert Spencer Tyre (A)

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Steven John Becher Crystal Tyler Caruthers Lisa (Rothley) Delaney (A) Dionne (Roberts) Dillon Robert Alan Elick Eric Christian Hirsch (A) Randall Charles Krause Mindy (Richardson) Peterson (A) Troy Andrew Peterson (A)

Shannon (Lemmel) Pinkerton (A) Craig Louis Puder Kristi Dawn Puder Krittikamas Ratanapan (A) Brian Howard Repke Donald Arthur Richards Jr. Eric Lane Schneider (A) Kristopher Carl Snyder (A) Xuewen Tang (A) Steven Ray Thiele Bryan Matthew Tilley Sterling Evans Wainscott Chih-Liang Wang Christopher James Ward Scott Daniel Wareing Sherri Rea Williams Jonathan Ellis Winter Charles Walter Wittmaier

Michael Edwin Scott (A) Patrick Michael Smythe Karsten Mark Sommerhauser Christina Anne Steck Rebecca Lee Steinman Brandi Dawn Stratman Joseph George Sueme III Jenifer Rae (Binder) Tatum Sissy Joy Theisen Nick Edward Voris Jason Michael Wengler Fred Anthony Williams Renee Lynne (Wolfgeher) Woodley

$100 to $249

Up to $100

$1,000 to $2,499

$500 to $999

Gregory Alan Berry Petra Dewitt (A) Benjamin Todd Eldred (A) Melissa (Schahuber) Herberger (A) Eric Lee Link

$250 to $499

Laura Ann (Wilman) Alberswerth Michael Lewis Alberswerth Thomas Allen Alleman Jonathan Andrews Timothy John Borgmeyer Robert John Catlett Patrick Lyle Chapman (A) Kevin Vincent Como Samuel Conzone Donald Wayne Crites Sean Joseph Daly Patricia Ann Davis Natalie Lynn Dixon Feng Dong April Marie Evers James Francis Fiechtl (A) Brian Jacob Forinash (A) Gary Stuart Graham David Robert Hamilton (A) Lewis Lee Hickman Lisa Erika (Madison) Hickman Bryan Kenneth Kirchoff Gary Dean Klossner Brian Thomas Kuhn Edwin Christopher Kuntz Christy Lynn (Worrell) Lee Ruijia Liao Alan Dale Linhorst Brenda Wieseler Litchfield Jennifer Lee Marshall Teddy Leroy Martin Karen McDonald (A) Kirk Alan Meinershagen Kimberly Ann (Finke) Morrison (A) Raymond Keith Perry Susan Petry Richard Jude Piepho Kathryn Masterman Pimmel

Zouhair Al-Sayed (A) Michael Erin Alley Gayatri Bhatt Shawn Robert Bogener Jason Lee Boles Mark Christian Bross Stephen Arnold Bryan Jr. Ethan Doss Bryant Jared Roger Buckley Richard William Budinger Sang Thanh Burton Daniel Joseph Carbery III Michael Kevin Casedy Dibo Chen David Roy Dajc Deborah Kathleen Dicus Lisa Deann (Cutler) Farwig Michael Francis Fitzgerald Dawn Marie (McCoy) Gerhardt Gary Gordon Greene Jr. Yuh-Puu Han Randell Scott Havens Raymond Alan Hoelting (A) Steven Paul Hogan Christopher Scott Patrick Hudson Susan (Harrison) Ivy Robert Ray Krewson Eric Stephen Landwehr Dennis Ray Lawson David Bruce Leach (A) Darrell Ray Liles Steven Michael Lusher Brian Manley Richard Lee Marsh Jeffrey Andrew Martin Aaron William Metzger Brian Dean Nelson (A) Timothy Edward Piper Ryan Polka Joel Rod Quinn (A)

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Eric Raymond Achelpohl Diana Alt (A) Jason Leander Brinker Randy Canis Susan (Hunn) Shuff (A)

$500 to $999

Amy Suzanne Barnes Aaron Grant Buerge (A) Brian Thomas Call William Anthony Tedesco (A)

$250 to $499

Jeffrey Scott Dingrando Kenneth Thomas Erwin Allyson (Taylor) Hall Robert Allen Hembrock David William Jett Chad Christopher Keith Gary Dean Pennell James William Quashnock (A) Dale Allan Spence (A) Scott Weinhold

$100 to $249

Anica (Winkle) Addison William Allen Eric Maurice Bruner Stacey (Cranmer) Buenemann (A) Bradley William Butler Chi-Ming Chang (A) Marites Nunez De Los Santos (A) Robert Adrian Etien III Carrie (Williams) Falkenrath (A) Jennifer (Finkel) Garner Jason Paul George Jerome Ashley Govero Nieccole (Newport) Hilliard Daniel Robert Kammler


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donors listed by | class year Shella Dawn Keilholz Dan Li Eugene Ulysses Mariani Christopher Matthew Martin Kevin Daniel Moll Kevin Raymond Mueller (A) Rick Myskey Jr. Troy Anthony Pinkerton (A) Jason Stuart Poor Edward Joseph Reichert Christine Marie (Kuenzel) Robinson Patrick Daniel Robinson Brenda Kay Roth (A) Melissa Ann (Lane) Ryan Byron Lee Schaeffer Jennifer Marie (Gaines) Shimamoto Douglas John Sobery Frances (Nguyen) Walker Mark Christopher Wallace Emily Jean Wehmeyer Tara (Kruep) Wentz Jeremy Mclain White Lucas Lee White Weiming Zhang Zeyang Zhou (A)

Carolyn (Jones) Otten Sreedhar Dutt Palepu Kelly (Peck) Paskiewicz Eric Evans Pietsch (A) Scott Steven Preston (A) Barbara (Sooter) Prewett (A) Patrick Joseph Reilly James Anthon Rinehart Kevin Dale Robertson Christopher Lee Ross (A) Lars Kristofer Seme Daniel Edward Shepard William Lyle Simonton (A) John Curtis Smith III Paul Joseph Stamer Jason Leon Starbuck Robert Kenneth Stodulski II Julie Sellmeyer Townsend (A) Chetan Bharat Vora Charlene Wheeler (A) Kenneth Dale Wohaska Michelle (Miller) Wolf Andrew William Wylie (A)

Up to $100

$2,500 to $4,999

Kristi (Griffin) Bachman Valerie Jean (Osborn) Barr Evelyn Werges Bennish Brian David Booth Jennifer (Remley) Boyd Amy Bremer (A) Gregory Kirk Bundy (A) Eric Peterson Bunnell Timothy Michael Carter Karen (Kremer) Carver Jason Thomas Cassibry Kirk Le Christensen Johan Coppens Robert Dean Cork (A) Raymond Joseph Cozad-Bolte Harold Joseph Dickerson Carolyn (Minski) Edwards Samuel Erter (A) Earl Alexander Evans Jessica Gorman Chad Allen Greeno Katherine Rose Grote Todd Warren Hartman Todd Allyn Hayward Jonathan Craig Helm David Hill (A) Brandi (Moppins) Hodor Andrew Michael Jansen Laura (Eversgerd) Jansen Scott Christopher Leach Kathleen (Stoverink) Liley Michael Douglas Luebke Sandeep Malhotra William Michael Martin Jr. Gary Ray McMichael Joel Steven Mikelionis Jessica (Thomas) Niemeier

Class of 1998 Tracy Lynn Jones

$1,000 to $2,499

Mindy Lee Barth Dustin Dale Olson (A) Lance Stephen Privett (A)

$500 to $999

Elaina Hurst (A) Andrea Lynn Marshall Jamie Lynette Martens (A) Brent Larson Mydland Rebecca Ann (Scheidt) Shawgo Martin David Urbanc Theresa Williams

$250 to $499

Chad Robert Essary Jerry Wade Gander (A) Jarrod Robert Grant (A) Ananda Amarasekara Jayawardhana Serena (Jagtiani) Krause (A)

Nicolette (Madison) Parson (A) Robert Wesley Sutton (A)

Brian James Bruns Amy (Kwiecinski) Buatt Alicia (Nickum) Byrd Samuel Martin Byrd Seth Alexander Coggin $100 to $249 Jesse Andrew Dare Genevieve Marie (DuBois) Jennifer Lynn Delancey Bodnar George Detchemendy IV (A) Lori Ann (Pratt) Bosch (A) Thulasiram Dharman Eric Robert Bothe Brett Richard Doyle (A) Thomas William Brady Chad Eric Elder (A) Jonathan Edward Carmack Natalie (Sanders) Elder (A) Vincent Como Lloyd Hardin Gholson IV Steven George Cox Adrian Christian Deneys (A) Joseph Greene Larry Thomas Henson II Joe Don Edington Arthur Allen Hersel Ann Marie Englehorn (A) John Robert Hesemann William Joseph Fellows Donald Austin Hills Haitian Hu Scott Matthew Hopper Timothy Philip Johns Rebecca Sadie Marie (Burke) Jones (Monaghan) Hovland Cuyler Larson Hongping Jiang Gerrit Leeftink Jr. Laura (Gwinnup) Johnsen Geng Lin Keith Charles Juedemann (A) Christopher Martin Ege Can Kayaarasi (A) Mayberry (A) Jeffrey Frank Kokal (A) Phillip Louis Menkel Nasreddine Koutchoukali Eric Jeremy Neal Kelli Lynn (Marshall) Kyle (A) William Niemann Gayle Joan (Hoppe) Piepho Adam Michael Loddeke Larry James Ragsdale Jr. (A) Jessica Lynn (Sanson) Martinez Karen Lynn Rainey Christopher Stokes Maupin Todd Steven Rastorfer Clay Allen McNail (A) Amanda (Hise) Hugh Alton Parsons Retzinger Michael James Pessina Benjamin Douglas Tiffany Isle Janet (Helle) Retzinger Powers Brad Alan Rucker Cassin Margaret (Alsop) Bryan Bentley Rushing Reiter Erin (Kenney) Schillie Cory Matthew Reiter John Schillie Jeffrey Albert Riepe Mathew David Silver (A) Brandon Keith Risner Ricky Allen Sisk Philip Stewart Saunders Jeffrey Matthew Smith (A) Tanmay Shah Kiran Girish Sonnad Arvind Chandrasekhar Amie (Wood) Squibb (A) Sharma Stephen Michael Squibb (A) Debra Jeanne Sharp Scott Taylor Stratton Jeffrey Keith Shiner (A) David Brian Tag Michelle Kay (Shoesmith) Daniel Eugene Van Anne Sipp Nicole (Setser) Williams Alexander Storms Douglas Dean Wood Craig Alan Switzer Basak Uluca Up to $100 James Urbon Clayton Thomas Adams Matthew Wayne Vandergriff Scott Edgar Bertelsmeyer (A) Dustin Jon Wambeke Craig Alan Brice Robert William Welsch (A) Alan Woodmansey (A)

88 percent

Class of 1999 $5,000 to $9,999 Terry Alan Bush

$1,000 to $2,499

Julie (Stevens) Hirtz Dorcas Park (A) Aaron James Schrader (A)

$500 to $999

David Allen Akers Daniel Jonathan Cool Jonathan Mark Keller James Howard Nelson Jon Michael Schmidt Craig Lynn Sebaugh Craig Ryan Skoch Dawn (Gomez) Stufft (A)

$250 to $499

Mark Edward Adelsberger (A) Jill Renee (Streifel) Akers Juan Chen (A) Julie Anne (Nowakowski) Gamble (A) Matthew Ryan Gaw Michael Hunter Callie Marie (Lyons) Jayne David Dean Jayne Jeffrey Paul Krause (A) Ryan Lewis Matthews (A) Sara (Kaps) Nelson Erika (Middleton) Rezek Lane Reid Rezek Justin Joseph Ryan Joshua Smith Katherine Leigh Wasem Charles Wipf

$100 to $249

David Christopher Bodnar Robert William Bosch (A) Matthew Franklin Bourbina Yilin Cao (A) Peter Collins Timothy Nelson Cunningham Jason Scott Dohrmann Keith Richard Eisenbath (A) Theodore Stanley Ingalls III Shen Orin Jackson

Robin Littleworth (A) Gina Marie (Hurst) Long Jane (Brashers) Manis Colin Tyson Miller Megan (Jewett) Miller Kyle Kenneth Mitchell Rachelle Lynn Noble Amanda Grabowski Posgai Patricia Ann Robertson Marcie (Moore) Rucker Matthew Joseph Sander Scott Lee Sigman Scott Ramsey Walker Michelle (Buhr) Weimert Jason Charles Williams

Up to $100

August Fredrich Altenbaumer Anthony Arnold (A) Jamie Elizabeth Boos William Keith Borrenpohl Eric James Breitenbach Troy Donald Bussey Jr. Melissa (McGuire) Carr Crystal Gail (Morrison) Densmore Brent Eric Deornellas Robert Gerald Eskens Matthew Arthur Faerber Matthew Lewis Fischer (A) Jason Frierdich Jason Lee Haynes Natalie (Phelan) Hegarty Shane Michael Hegarty Nathan Lee Higgerson Katie Ann Hillstrom Jay Scott Hoskins Stephen Craig Kadyk (A) Andrew William Keep Kyle Allen Kershaw Stephen Anthony Lamitola (A) James Arnold Liljegren Adrian Andrew Marsh Amy Leigh Jones Morriss Matthew Gilbert Niemeyer Timothy Edward Robinson Rosanna Saindon (A) Brian Jeffrey Sharp Gretchen Eleanor Spegal Thomas Eugene Stalcup Jr. Sutton Frissell Stephens Michael Todd Stevinson (A) Jason Robert Szachnieski Christina (Collins) Taylor

Percentage of Missouri S&T students who receive some form of financial assistance.

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Sarah Vehige Craig Wakeman Joshua Alan Welge Melinda (Lambeth) Winkelman Thomas Joseph Winkelman Zhidong Xie (A) Jeffrey Steven Zdenek Gina Ann Zientara

Class of 2000 $1,000 to $2,499

Todd Charles Friedman Denise (McMillan) Hale

$500 to $999

Jason Bridges (A) Kevin Dale Lewis Timothy James Miller Donna Richey-Winkelman Joshua Benjamin Stufft (A) Jingning Wu (A)

$250 to $499

Brandon Nicholas Ault Aaron Keith Barklage Amy Lee (Young) Barklage Stephen Charles Gose Stephen Wai-Sing Kan Molly (Schneider) Laegeler (A) Samuel Lee Petty Wesley Tull Jr. (A) Amy (Pousson) Van Hook Keith David Winkler (A)

$100 to $249

Amy (Sheahan) Banks Thomas Barnes Matthew Dale Brandes Carmen Maria (Doudna) Carney Brandon Chapman Chad Russell Cornwell Yovanna Cortes Di Lena (A) Amanda Beth Duchek Alissha Gayle (Bodenhamer) Feeler

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Courtney Ryan Feeler Richard Allen Ford Daniel John Gronek Anthony Wayne Hilliard (A) Martin Olaf Hovland Jason Jones Andrew William Ledbetter Lawrence Leone II Zhijie Li James Todd Lundberg Stephanie (Koenig) McCarthy Rachel (Cooper) Pearson Martin Gerardo Perez Timothy Lawrence Pranger Philip Prince Elizabeth (Willis) Ragsdale Julie (Zuerlein) Rieffel Joshua Sales Jennifer Kate Sigman Andrew Singleton (A) Charles Ashley Smith Lawrence Homer Taber Heather Kimberly Teitelbaum Kerri Ann Vencato Stefanie Ann Voss (A) Richard Denson Words Zhiping Yang (A)

Up to $100

Michael Dale Allega (A) Nicholas Holger Beckmann Kevin Christopher Billmann Craig Allen Buehler David Edward Carner Jonathan James Derner Adam Joseph Dorrell Shawnna (Morris) Erter (A) Marc Friedman (A) Amy Hanneken Gholson Elizabeth (Morris) Griffith Paula (Wuebbels) Hart Kelly Claire Harvey John Edward Henning III Charles Patrick Hogeboom IV

$1,000

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Michael Woodrow Holesapple (A) Jerica Lynn Holtsclaw Joseph Hutchison Jonathan David Jeffery Varghese Joseph Kayyalethekkel Martin Eliot Kofsky Bethany Anne Konz Christopher Paul Kulifay Nikki (Washburn) Kurfman Kathryn (Holcomb) Lange William David Lash (A) Melissa Renee (Keller) Laycock Timothy Alan Laycock Jr. Scott Day McCracken Mathew Christopher Michler Krista Leanne Ott Robert Brandon Overstreet Rhoda Parker Jeremy Gene Pepper Jack Richison Phipps Jonathan Warren Press (A) Jason Schroeder Anthony Michael Schroer Jaimee (Whitehouse) Shell Eric Joseph Siebert Jeremy Strohmeyer Pamela Thebeau Michael Kyle Tilly Yong Wang Cannon Taylor Watts Damien Wetzel Jason Williams Sarah (Palmer) Wiszkon Zachariah Aaron York

Class of 2001 $5,000 to $9,999

Gregory Connor Loomis

$1,000 to $2,499

Timothy Alfermann (A) Jeffrey Scott Morris (A) Chad White

$500 to $999

Neil Alan Phipps Michael James Smolinski

$250 to $499

Lea (Fromme) Gose Timothy Lynn Hand (A) Edward Hill Andreas Christopher Koenig (A) Charles Strauss Jennifer (Ward) Whalen (A)

$100 to $249

Jason Baird Matthew William Banks Jill Elaine Bischof Amanda Lynn Brown Brian Michael Dierker Eric Stephen Distler (A) Jeffrey Ames Doubrava Nicholas Joseph Ereckson Ryan Charles Fritchley Jasper Cantrell Gillespie Corie Allene Glenn Kevin Lee Hixson (A) Bradley Rhey Kever Cheol-Woon Kim Adam Lang Phyllis Lewis Andrew Patrick Pereiras Seth Austin Puls Aaron Mathew Rues Timothy Donald Schmidt Curtis Steven Stratman Matthew Swenty Jeanne Treasurer (A) Xiao-Dong Zhou

Up to $100

Alycia Ann Ahrens (A) Anthony Wayne Brandon Egemen Kemal Cetinkaya Joshua Asa Clements Marie (Vogan) Cox Ashley Paige (Steig) Davis Christopher Neil Deck James Joseph Elterman (A) Esther Anne Erickson

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Dustin William Brown Joey Allen Hale Eric Daniel Schlef (A) Adam Sevi Natalie Noel Vanderspiegel Dawn Marie Willis

Sends one student to a developing nation to help Engineers Without Borders improve living conditions or on a race across the country in a solar car.

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Timothy James Findley Elizabeth Ann Ford (A) Sarah Gateley Anthony James Girondo III (A) Melvin Eugene Harris II Leslie Diane Holesapple (A) Francis Taylor Humble Lenny Ilyashov Charles Raymond Keim Toby Joseph Kemper (A) Kris Everett Kitchen Gina Lynn (Boots) Liles Elena Melnik Michelle Renee (Grace) Nordwald Shannon Orr Adam George Panagos Paul Edward Patterson Zachary Eugene Perry (A) Peter Pham Samuel Pittman Eric Michael Prater (A) Craig Ralston Kristy Ann (Rose) Rowe Sridhar Sana Charles Pat Schlotzhauer Roger Marshall Smith Ahmet Soylemezoglu Umamaheswar Rao Srirangam Michael Eugene Stewart Palaniappan Subbiah William Davis Tyrrell Jamie Lee Wallace (A) Heather (Nydegger) Weiss Jeffrey Stephen Willey (A) Kelly Jo Young (A) Haifeng Zhou


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donors listed by | class year $500 to $999

Connie (Meyers) Bauers (A) Preston Wade Carney (A) John Robert Gordon Margaret (Dickerson) Gordon Cori Marie Lock Joshua James Pieper

$250 to $499

Timothy Rosom Brown (A) Christopher Paul Carney Brian Harmon Hutsell (A) Michael Johnson (A) Christopher Lawrence Keithley (A) Gretchen Rose (Gawer) Miller

$100 to $249

Laura Schoenbeck Agee Brent Anthony Baker (A) Christopher Brian Bilderback Rebecca Anne (Galbreath) Bilderback Erin Elaine Boren Jason Michael Buenemann Adam Francis Christenson (A) Donald Wayne Cone Jr. Elizabeth Sandefur DeBraal David Thomas Drake Donald Christopher Dwyer (A) Chris Van Flageolle Rachel Jeanne Goeke (A) Jared Lee Gregory (A) John Thomas Griner (A) Andrew Michael Hart (A) Timothy Michael Horstmann Jason Michael Jeffries Shannon Lea (Foil) Jeffries Harry Francis Johnson Todd Joslin Louis McCarthy Kevin Thomas Morrisey Anthony Matthew Mueller (A) Mason Kinsley Myers Jr. Nathan Gabriel Rues (A) Justin Steenhoek Kearney Jane (O'Connor) Szevery Richard Emil Szevery Scotty Joe Uder Jeremy Lee Watts

Up to $100

James Patrick Buckner (A) Jeremy Wayne Buschmann Brian James Carlson Jason Andrew Carter Evelyn Fay (Barnes) Chamberlain Laura Elizabeth Davies Bradley Davis

Jennifer Lynn Denzer James Michael Eidson Jr. (A) Jason Charles Elrod (A) Alicia Jean (Cobb) Field Jason Lemar Grimes Aaron John Groff Edwin Hart Hammann II Aaron Daniel Hogue Mark Alexander Hopkins (A) Jayne Lynn Huseman Jared Howard Jones Kumar Siva Kathinokkula Jared Nicklaus Key Kate Oteria (Carter) Klotz Kathleen Kelly Knecht Daniel James Koenigsfeld Rachel Elizabeth Kuro Sean Erin Landwehr Kevin Lee Kelly Jean (Wilkerson) Moore (A) Jeffrey Mueller Sharath Sreedhar Murthy (A) Pamela Diane Parker Dustin Ronald Penn Jill Michelle Phillips Theodore Nicholas Ragsdale Bryan Gregory Ramey II (A) Christopher Reichert Patricia Scroggin Steven Daniel Shiffman Leann Rebecca Splitter Jeffrey Spooner Steve Lucas Stack Sarah Ann (Albers) Stewart Corey Strain Christopher Scott Strickland Garrett Cletus Struckhoff Patrick Michael Travers Tara Nicole (Inman) Travers Keith Louis Ziegelman (A)

Class of 2003 $500 to $999

Daniel Jaye Bailey Justin Howard Bechtel Ryan Scott Hutcheson

$250 to $499

Matthew Ryan Buechler Michelle Cooper (A) Joseph Earl Miller

$100 to $249

John Thomas Barnett III Courtney Ryan Buck Rachel Lee Carter Thomas Glynn III (A) Kenneth Richard Goeke (A) Nicholas Mason Gregg Amy Marie Johnston (A) Rebecca Lynn Johnston (A) Rebecca Gail (Durham) Keithley (A)

Steven Thomas Kerr Kurt Thomas Koch Garland Palmer Krabbenhoft Renita Chizoba Oko Morgan (Anderson) Penn Meghan Mariah Reed Sarah Jane (Cupps) Reeves (A) Andrew Dean Selvy Adam Steimel Erin Marie Wohlrab (A)

Up to $100

Matthew Auld Christina (Welch) Ayres Nicholas David Benavides Robert Bibb (A) Laney Page (Fritz) Bisso Cheyney Bohannon John Charles Cochran (A) Mark William Creason Matthew Richard Davis (A) Richalle (Moore) Day Timothy Patrick Dean (A) Cassandra (Watkins) Elrod (A) Jeffrey Gilbert Field Asher Dean Freese Michael Robert Raymond Gosnell (A) Briehan (Larson) Grant James Anthony Henken Adam Quentin Jones Gregory King Michael Francis Knittel Daniel George Lutz Ryan Jay Lynch Jonathan Paul Marburger Kyle Eugene Maxeiner James Todd Monroe Emily (Mitchell) Moore (A) Zsolt Robert Nagy Kishor Chandra Reddy Pitta (A) Kristin Virginia Ralston (A) Andrew Robert Richter (A) Florian Sebastian Rueck (A) Kensey Walker Russell Christina (Huelsing) Scott Justin Jeremy Semsch Kacey Elizabeth (Morris) Sidarous David Andrew Swartz Andrew Stuart Turner Katie Mae Weinkein (A) Deborah Jean Frances Wiseman

Class of 2004 $500 to $999

David Scott Barker (A) Christopher Scott Ford Jack Robert Pennuto Jr.

$250 to $499

Jared Brewe (A) Andrew Lawrence Draker (A)

$100 to $249

Joshua Duane Angle Janet Borgmeyer Jonah Ray Brown James Patrick Carson Andrew James Chapman Nicholas Eckstein Dawn Desiree Ehlers Jacques Pierre Fransaw Andrea Lea (Lockbeam) Gabrielson Scott Fonger Geer II Joseph Henry Haggard Mark Thomas Heintzelman Darrell William Jacobs Cameron Eric Johnson Christian Michael Kartanowicz Derek Wayne Kneir Kyle Jay Lampe Jason Clifford Lovejoy (A) Joshua Joseph Martin Luke Charles Miget (A) Michael James Minard Richard Joseph Neil Christopher Ottley (A) Christopher Michael Reeves (A) Michael Christopher Roche Scott Leland Rucknagel Nikolas Erin Schaffner Crystal Yvette Thomas (A)

Up to $100

Alicia (Turner) Adams Atinuke Olubunmi Akingbade (A) Erik Carl Backus (A) Clinton Wade Collins (A) Curt Michael Costello (A) Amy (Schneider) Crews Jamie Johanna Crump Aaron Robert Felder Nicholas Scott Galla Kapil Gupta (A) Ernest Cleveland Johnson Raymond Johnson Curt William Kimmel Seth David Ledbetter (A) Yan Liu (A) Nathan Miller (A) Rachel Anne Mudd Sean Patrick O'Donnell Emily Danielle Panagos James Stephen Parks Jr. Jesse James Pender Jessica (McCord) Robert Timothy Andrew Robert Ryan Stelzleni (A) Christina (Baker) Stewart Cody Jean (Rhodes) Swank (A) Robert Bruce Tuttle Joseph George Wingbermuehle (A) Nian Zhang (A) Wei Zheng

Class of 2005 $1,000 to $2,499

Julia Catherine (Rosemann) Hilton Melissa Kae (Veit) Parish Ryan Joseph Parish Karen (Schindler) Reedy

$500 to $999 Justin Shaw

$250 to $499

Matthew John Pooker Michael Lawrence Schwoeppe (A) Marguerita Diane Sever (A) Brian Joseph Shaver Andrea Silva Stanley Stanilka (A) Michael Toecker (A) Joseph Michael Tomasek John Jordan Tucker Robert Vetter

Class of 2006

Esteban Aparicio Fiorella Giana Joshua Tyson Meyer Jason Marc Miller (A)

$2,500 to $4,999

$100 to $249

Neil Allen Randol

Sabrina Ann (Jones) Boulais Allison Onyx (Arnn) Cason (A) Thomas Vincent Freiberger Mayonne Gregory Jerry Hammons (A) Theodore Hoerr (A) Christian Kessler Benjamin Kuddes Binggeng Lu (A) Sandra Marie (Wagner) Martin Ashley Mertens Michael Leland Murray Travis Heath Odneal Leah Suzanne Rechner (A) William Ford Roes William Edward Rowden Jacquelyn Kay Stroble (A)

Up to $100

Julia Iretta Andoe James William Davis Matthew Louis Turner Davis Rudine Daye Cody Dale Dennis (A) Meghan Ruth Donnellan Angie Louise (Carmack) Gable Gail Michelle Gerstenecker Katherine Christine Glee Barbara Haas (A) Alison Elizabeth Ibendahl (A) Jon Stefan Janson (A) John Robert Keeven David Alan Kopitsky Matthew Allen Krems (A) Suzanne Lee Kurt Paul Linsenbardt (A) Lara Elizabeth (Oakley) Mosier Angela Marie Mound (A) James Nnamezie Muo (A) Jonathan William Murray Pradeep Nambiath (A) David Norberg Keith Edward Norton James Bryan Outland

Katherine Ann Clark

$500 to $999 $250 to $499

Mary Peaslee Adam Vincent Tiehes (A)

$100 to $249

Brad Thomas Ashley Christopher Allen Barnes David Andrew Cape (A) Jason Edward Cook Robert Michael Fischer (A) Justin Nathaniel Hall Prashanth Kannan Jeremiah David King (A) Arthur Earl McCoy III (A) Robert Anthony Rutherford Jessica Shaffer Ryan Shanks Piotr Szmigiel

Up to $100

Marc Allen Armbruster Timothy Assel David Michael Bash (A) Jeremy Bexten Justin Burd (A) Patrick Edward Driemeyer Vanessa Lynn Eckhoff (A) Mark Alan Eilers James Lee Guise (A) Sandhya Harikrishnan Joshua Allen Hefti Emily Mae Johnson Catherine Kuzmeski Lisa Reyn Landreth (A) Matthew Scott Mcpeak Jacob Joseph Miklovic Thomas Morris Tara Lea Morrow James Campbell Moynihan (A) Andrea Marie Muller Mark Pashia (A) Harsha Jyoti Phukan Khan Alfred Powell (A) Darlene Patricia Rich (A) Anthony Roth (A) Jonathan Edward Skornia

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Rex Wayne Tennyson Gregory Jon Thomas (A) Nicholas Villanueva Jr. (A) Joseph David Weaver Thomas Jacob Wingard (A) Earl Wynn (A)

Class of 2007 $1,000 to $2,499

Joshua David Bollinger

$500 to $999

Andrew Joseph Draper

$250 to $499

Noah James Ledford Stephen Charles Read

$100 to $249

Matthew Steven Bartels Kevin Patrick Daut (A) Michael William Dreyer (A) Sheena Kum Foster Benjamin Jacob Gronemeyer (A) Kurt Joseph Haslag Phillip Daniel Jackson Prem Anand Midha Richard Trynoski

Up to $100

Angela Sue Adams Angela Diane Agee (A) Amanda (Stratman) Alpaugh (A) Leah Marie Bahr (A) Sally Rebecca (Breite) Bailey (A) David Matthew Baugher (A) Daniel Dale Bax (A) Evangeline Heather Bays (A) LeRon Beck (A) Robert Belleville (A) Nicholas Andrew Bristow (A) Timothy Brooks Raymond Dennis Buehler (A) Micah Elliott Burgdorf Christopher Paul Buterbaugh (A) Ariel Antonio Campos Jr. (A) Emily Carter (A) Amanda Tiffany Conigliaro (A) Joseph Paul Craig (A) Emily Cecilia Dattilo (A) Renny Eric Dillinger (A) Eric Michael Dixon (A)

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Daniel Joseph Drury (A) Abuagila Ramadan Elgmati (A) Samuel Joseph Emery (A) Jeff Michael Everett (A) Stefanie Ann Eversgerd (A) Brian Daniel Ewert Matthew Anthony Follett (A) John Clarence Gantner (A) Lindsey Ann Garber (A) Anthony Dale Giambalvo (A) Joseph John Grier (A) Kyle Lee Guinn (A) Ashley Michelle (Salinger) Guise (A) Jeffrey Thomas Lyle Haden (A) Michael Hayes (A) Christopher Thomas Hersinger (A) Valerie Anne Houseman (A) Dominic Maranda Hull (A) Amy (Pigg) Hunt (A) Ryan Andrew Jorgensen (A) Brandon David King (A) Samuel Herman Klimmek Sandeep Kunchum (A) Felicia Monet-Regina Lavalle (A) Daniel Edward Levine Adam Lininger (A) Kristen Louise Loesch (A) David William Longrie Kevin Francis Manning (A) Rodrick McDonald Rolando Melgoza (A) David Ray Meyer (A) Christopher Mills (A) Jesse Moran (A) Giorgi Muchaidze (A) Manikantan Nair (A) Russell Glenn Neice (A) Rachael Nestor (A) Joseph Campbell Neumann (A) Christopher Lee Norgren (A) Derek Conrad Nuno (A) Ryan Joel Price (A) Seth Reeves Charles Reinkemeyer (A) Fei Ren (A) Christopher Michael Renken (A) Andrew Ricke (A) Timothy Michael Robillard LesLee Steve Sullens Roderick Daniel Charles Rosemann (A) Daniel Clayton Roth (A)

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Adam Saplin (A) Benjamin Craig Schnurbusch (A) Matthew Joseph Schuckenbrock Jessica Dawn Shaffer (A) Nourdine Musbah Shakmane (A) Ashley Jo Sheek (A) Jamie Marie Shepard (A) Jiawanjun Shi (A) Matthew James Sieminski (A) Terrence John Silva Sison (A) Dillon Sperry (A) William Joseph Stampley II (A) Eric Graham Strack (A) Kiley Andrew Summers (A) Chad Walker Swope (A) Joseph Paul Terry (A) Eric David Theiss Margaret Joan Thompson Matthew Evan Tinsley (A) Pradeep Kumar Tipaji (A) Nicholas Joseph Toeller (A) Stacy Danielle Uetrecht (A) Zane Timothy Voss (A) Renzhong Wang (A) Crystal Dawn Watson (A) Cornelius Penny Weaver (A) Derek Neal Weaver (A) Todd Alan Wegner (A) Jared Lee Wehde (A) Amanda Jean Weimer (A) Zachariah Wilhelm (A) Jeffrey Zuch

Class of 2008 $250 to $499

Kristina Kay Conley

$100 to $249

Christina Rose Graham

Up to $100

Clark Edward Allen Jr. (A) Kermit Nathanial Applegate (A) David Craig Barnard (A) Taylor Reed Bass (A) Brandon David Bealmear (A) Justin Robert Belk (A) Joshua David Bertram (A) Nathan Alan Bibb Kurt Edward Bloch (A) Mary-Anne Elizabeth Borthacyre (A)

Jerrod Bouchard (A) Jared Scott Bouquet (A) Amy Michelle Brim (A) Jeffrey Travis Busby (A) Charles Frederick Carder (A) Christopher David Carsten (A) Ryan Clark (A) Brandon Gene Cotter (A) Jason Randall Daming (A) Jonathan Andrew DiMartino (A) Brian Russell Donius (A) Nathan James Doubledee (A) Paul Michael Drews Steven Joshua Dubelman (A) Eric Duesterhaus (A) Lance Christopher Fisher Brian Andrew Fortenberry (A) Christopher Michael Garcia (A) Steven Charles Gleason (A) Joshua William Hartley (A) Jason Lee Hartman (A) Albert Edward Havelka (A) Erin Marie Hayden (A) Christopher Andrew Hill (A) Michael Dean Hoffman (A) Joffroi Guillaume Holcombe Ryan Michael Huber (A) Andrew Hutchison (A) Benjamin Irwin (A) Igor Igorevitch Izyumin (A) Whitney Anne Joseph (A) Alan Joseph Kirsch (A) Christopher Michael Kittredge (A) Alex Joseph Kladiva (A) Michael Steven Knickerbocker (A) Steven Kormann (A) Zachary Andrew Kulage (A) Claire Josias Lehman (A) Nicholas Lessley (A) Robert Louis Lichtenberg (A) Alex Brenton Miear (A) Riley Stuart Mieth (A) Joseph Montgomery Ty'Lisha Renee Moore (A) William Louis Murphy (A) Klaus Harold Nunemacher (A) Emily O'Nan (A) Steven Ortiz Jr. (A) Brian Payne (A)

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faculty | staff | students | friends

We express a special thanks to our faculty, staff, students and friends for contributing financially to our

university’s success. Many of them have devoted much of their careers and lives to preparing students and transforming the world with their ideas and solutions. Their gifts and participation give the campaign a broader visibility and a sense of ownership on campus. The following list includes cash gifts received from July 1, 2007, to June 30, 2008.

FACULTY, STAFF, STUDENTS AND FRIENDS $250,000 to $499,999 Andrew Baum

$100,000 to $249,999

Jon Schneeberger Estate M

$50,000 to $99,999

Michael & Jean Blaha Franklin & Pi Yu Cheng William & Arlene James

$25,000 to $49,999 William Van & Ruth Stoecker

$10,000 to $24,999

Marguerite U. Bray Trust M Terry Brewer Shubhender Kapila Richard Brow & Theresa McCarthy-Brow Leona Roberts Family Trust M Henry Allen & Bonnie Wiebe Gerald Wilemski

$5,000 to $9,999

Bonnie Bachman Karen Ann Blaha Jim Drewniak & Mariesa Crow Ruth Engel Jillene Hoffman Thomas & Joan Schuman Bruce Strodtman

$2,500 to $4,999

Harlan Anderson Donald & Nancy Brackhahn (A) M John & Pat Carney Elizabeth Cummins Beatrice Dunning (A) Mitchell & Terisa Esquibel Polly Hansen Peter & Betty Jane Kinyon George McPherson Jr.

Mrs. Joe (Naomi) Vance (A) Thomas & Mary Lea Phillip Alan Levi McGee Don & Lina Madison Dresser Dinko Vujic James Meadows Stephen & Leslie Robert & Kay DuBois George Waddill Louis & Jeanine Moss Malott (A) David Fagerness Raymond & Barbara Mark & Joanie Mullin Patrick Meyers Ronald & Sara Fannin M Waggoner Bridgit Anne Murphy Ashok & Chris Midha Ray & Jewldean Nelson Jodi Waltman Danielle Katherine Foley Robert Montgomery & David Nevins Robert & Janet Fossey Frances Haemmerlie Halvard & Linda Nystrom Juan Fragoso Montgomery $500 to $999 Sharon Pasch Jane & Larry Moore Wade James Aitken-Palmer Edmund Gaffney III William Peck Gregory & Sundhya William & Carol Judy Allen Robert & Gail Phelan Gelles Moorkamp $1,000 to $2,499 Melinda Bartholomaus Ed & Elaine Greaving (A) Ervin Philpy Jeffery & Deborah William Bayless Mary Alice Anderson Greg & Cindy Harris (A) Trudy Pischer Mueller Gary Beach Max & Katrina Dave & Barbara Hause Karen Poulignot Curtis Nelson Jean Berry (A) Anderson M Jerome & Phyllis Herman Daniel Price Mrs. Fred (Joanne) Frank & Linda Blum William & Shirley Larry Herrig David & Kim Ramsey Nelson Bo Bohlmann Andrews Gregg Hosch Matthew Benjamin Samuel Roberts Noble Casey Daniel Boyer Jamie Archer William Thomas & Rankins Foundation M Silvey Ann Britton Bassem & Gery Armaly Barbara Ingram Qurratul Ann Rathore Thomas Ikuenobe & Zachary John Brown Robert Steven & Joan Christopher & Angela Karen Ives Francisca Jeffrey Brummett Aronstam Roloff (A) Mahlon Kaufman (A) Oboh-Ikuenobe Russell & Mary Buhite Albert Bean Sr. Michael Scabarozi Kent & Kathy Kolaga William & Beverly Ricker Barry & Marilyn Cadoff Scholarship & Loan Fund William & Jane Jon Wilsdorf & David & Ruth Robertson Eryn Cadoff James Bogan & Schonberg (A) Merilee Krueger Robert & Cindy Alexis Brittany Campbell Mary Bird Robert & Linda Daniel Aaron Segert Schwartz Judy Cavender Eric Robert Blaha Laudon (A) Karen Severs Connie Schwoeppe Peter Chang Jim Blaha Mark Lee J.R. & Ordith Skouby Jeanne Senne * (A) Jason Sy Co Wayne & Deb Bledsoe Gregory Leslie Eric Smith Joseph Senne (A) Amanda Rae Creach Scott Brandt Dorothy Lewis Robert Sourk Donald & Ann Siehr Robert Crowley Carl Burns Thomas Locke Lisa Nevins Spence Mark Solverson Gene Warren & Marty Byrd Alvaro Daniel Lopez Richard Stephenson David & Barbara Rosalee Doty Jeffrey & Lisa Cawlfield Robert & Brenda Loula Hugh & Patricia Stewart Summers David & Veronica Chris & Maxine Douglas Lloyd Love Darlene Strupp Mary Ann Teter Douglas (A) Christensen M Dale & Janece Martin (A) Brian Dale Taylor Selden & Joyce Trimble Evan Douthit Patrick Donohue Stephen & Bette Douglass (A) Bill & Connie Eggert Walt & Boo Eversman Number of alumni Number of alumni Participation James & Cynthia Felts Daryl & Caroline Fisher Companies & foundations employed w/matched gifts rate (%) Mark & Stephanie Fitch John & Lorie Francis ExxonMobil Corp. 92 59 64% Francis Chandler Chevron Corp. 128 49 38% Furman Larry & Doris Gragg Monsanto Co. 162 42 26% Glen & Bobbie Haddock Edward & Barbara General Electric 141 34 24% Hale IBM 218 51 23% Lance & Leslie Haynes (A) Anheuser-Busch Companies Inc. 201 47 23% Cynthia Hobart Lockheed Martin Corp. 234 46 20% David Hoiness Randall & Pat Huss Emerson 145 29 20% Laura Jorgenson Richard & Mary Koch Ford Motor Co. 197 37 19% Peggy Lidster (A) AmerenUE 422 76 18% George & Sandra Lozier

Ann Miller Michael Nevins Jess & Elizabeth Rainwater Trust M Betty Smith J.C. & Patricia Bloemker Sowers Cherie Ann Telker Warren K. Wray

Matching Gift

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Gary & Virginia Taylor Steffen Thomas & Agnes Vojta Steven & Marianne Ward (A) Shannan Nicole Worley

$250 to $499

Diana Ahmad (A) Ralph & Janet Alexander Larry Arnold Elizabeth Marie Babb Marilyn Bauknecht John & Cindy Beger Everett Beguin Marianne Bergamini Joshua Ryan Boeckmann Sherrell Bolon John Bostick Kenneth & Marsha Hughes Boyko Franklin & Shirley Bridges Ann Edwards Brown (A) Michael Bucher Donia Kay Camarena Andrew & Dyann Careaga (A) Vincent & Sally Carpenter Joseph Brent Hawkes Cates Jon Charlesworth Kim Chestnut Gina Cohen Robert Colwell

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Eber Cude Jr. Douglas Deao Nathan Carl Decker James & Gail Drallmeier Richard & Janet Dubroff David & Elizabeth Duncan Roderick & Marilyn Ekstam Grace Enwemeka Clara Essner James & Cora Lee Findley Marcus Cloud & Patti Fleck Suzanne Forsberg Ruth Maria Fritts Steven Fritts Dan Holdinghaus & Laura Friz Nord & Joan Gale Julie Gallaway John & Regina Garrabrant Michael & Shelley Gerber Nedra Gibbs Larry & Maxine Grayson Charles Haggerty Liesha Herron Virginia Hickman Will Hoyt Richard Carl & Beverly Jamison Frank & Carol Jessop Kirstine Johnson Marcelline Joseph Don Kaemmerer & Virginia Ryle Kaemmerer

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Billy & Naomi Key (A) Kathleen Kosac William & Leslie Krumme Eugene & Marguerite Johnson Lang Zachary James Larimore Rodney & Nancy Lentz Stephen Gao & Kelly Liu Ronaldo & Camille Luna Joe & Kathryn Malters Richard & Frances Mazanec (A) Wilson McCaskill Gretchen Lee McCready Norman Movitz & Lorraine McFarland Anesha McKinney Robert & Audrey Medrow Jane Mercier Richard & Margaret Miller Frank Monroe Randall Mooberry Jim & Catherine Morris Greg & Carol Mueller Chuck Nguyen Thomas Nunn Gabriel Jose Olivo Donald & Patricia Oster James Page Joseph Paonessa Leland & Rachel Perry Lyn Perry Randall Pick

Jo Polk Matthew Powell Alex & Cathy Kovarik Primm Mrs. Harvey (Mabel) Reed M Robert & Arlyne Roller (A) Stephen Rosen Jonathan Roth Myrna Rueff Robert Safley Andrew Joseph Schieffer Joseph & Linda Schneider James Schultz Thomas James Scroggin Charles Seawright Jr. Arlene Shaw Peter Shepley (A) James & Lisa (Baker) Sigler William Smiley Gilbert Smith Don & Linda Sparlin Pamela Spears Keith & Sandra Stanek Lewis Stevenson Andrew & Fayette Stewart Steve Barnes & Lynn Stichnote James Swiezynski Jammi & Michelle Vannatta Jay Goff & Suzanne Vaughan

David Weinbaum (A) Thomas Welge Bobby & Rue Wixson (A) James Woodmansee Donn Wyland Patricia Wyland

$100 to $249

Craig & Susan Adams Joel Adkisson Jeff Agnew (A) Bruce Ahler Marlene Albrecht Venkat Allada James Allen Jimmie Allen Dewey & Josette Allgood Charles Elsworth & Kathleen Allison Betty Calvert Anders Jared Thomas Anders Daniel & Lisa Anderson Bonney Andrews Anthony & Frances Andrews Brad & Evelyn Angelos Julia Angst James & Nancy Armbruster Eric & Leann Arndt Kristie Arnn Mathew Ausmus Daniel & Carol Babcock Jeffery & Susan Baker Myrtle Balensiefer

Corporate and foundation gifts Missouri S&T gratefully acknowledges our corporate and foundation partners and their support. The following list includes cash gifts received from July 1, 2007, to June 30, 2008. Matching gift companies are noted in the list. $100,000 to $999,999

AmerenUE + Anheuser-Busch Companies Inc. + Boeing Co. + Caterpillar Inc. + Chevron Corp. + ExxonMobil Corp. + Garmin International Inc. HBE Corp. + Lionmark Construction Co. Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association MSC Phoenix Intergation Pratt & Whitney

$10,000 to $99,999

Agilent Technologies + ALCOA Inc. + ARCO Construction Co. Inc. Ash Grove Cement Co. Avraham Y. Goldratt Institute Burlington Northern Foundation + Burns & McDonnell Inc.

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Cabot Superior Micro Powders Ceco Corp. Chesapeake Energy Corp. ConocoPhillips + CONSOL Inc. + Criofarma Emerson + Emhart Glass Manufacturing Inc. General Electric + General Motors Corp. + Grainger Foundation Inc. + IBM + International Foundation for Telemetering Koval Management LLC Lockheed Martin Corp. + Marathon Petroleum Co. LLC + MO-Sci Corp. National Action Council-Minorities Olin Corp. + Paneltech International LLC Peabody Energy Corp. + PPG Industries Inc. + Procter & Gamble Co. + Brinkmann Constructors

Rockwell Collins Inc. + Shell Oil Co. + Sprint Foundation + Stoecker & Associates The Williams Companies Inc. + Vessell Mineral Products Corp. Vivendi Universal + Watts Radiant Inc.

$1,000 to $9,999

3M Foundation + Abbott Laboratories Fund + Accenture + ACE Manufacturing & Parts Co. Advanced Circuits Albemarle Corp. + Alliant TechSystems Inc. + American Standard Foundation + Anadarko Petroleum Corp. + Arch Coal Inc. + AT&T Foundation + Bachman Machine Co. Barr Engineering Co. Barrick Goldstrike Mines Inc. +


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faculty | staff | students | friends George & Elizabeth Barnitz Aaron Jason Bartle Hugh Bartlett & Jane Elgin Bartlett William Bartow Elizabeth Bartz John Basel Nico Basel James & Annie Bass Nadine Bass Morgan & Leslie Bearden Ray & Mary Beeler Daryl Beetner Paul & Deloris Bell Brenda Bendon Kurt Berry Morgan Berry Bill & Ina Bickmell John & Peggy Bisbee Susan Bittner Shawn Bleiler Jerry Boehm Stephen Bondra Rose Bonebrake Frank Bonuso (A) Mark Bookout James Borcherding Nancy Lyn Borer Robert & Willie Bowness Kent Boyer Robert Boyle Lisa Bradford Ted Bradford (A)

Mary Kay Bradley (A) Michael Bradley Lisa Brammer Allan Brennecke Deka Brokke Richard Brow Grant Charles Brown Roger & Peggy Brown Sherrie Brown Vicki Brown Ruth Brown Charles & Helen Broyles (A) Gerald & Deborah Bruce Jerrold Bruhnke Richard & Nancy Bryant Jeremy Budds Bonita Buhr James & Cecily Bullard Donald & Harriet Bunselmeyer (A) Jane Burchardt Harold Burleson Patricia Burrell-Standley Maura Cahill Weldon Calvert Richard & Nancy Carl Brian Carter Donna Lee Cartwright Mary Lou Castleman Bob Cesario Ruth Chambers Helen Chamblin Patricia Chamblin

Baxter International Foundation + Bechtel Foundation + Benson Electric Co. BIS Fru-Con Industrial Services Black & Veatch Blue Jay Farm BP Foundation Inc. + Brewer Science Inc. Campbell Engineering Inc. Carpenter Technology Corp. Cessna Foundation + Coatings Industry Education Fund Cohen Architectural Woodworking Cole & Associates Inc. Con-Edison + Corn Products International + Covidien + Crawford, Murphy & Tilly Curtis Heating & Cooling Inc. Devon Energy Corp. + Doe Run Co. Dow Chemical Co. + Dynegy Inc. + Dyno-Nobel Inc. Eastman Chemical Co. Elmo Motion Control Exelon Corp. + Farm King Supply Inc. Freeport-McMoRan Inc. General Mills Foundation + GEO Consultants LLC

Carl Chang George Chastain Loyd Church Jr. Charles & Elaine Clark Steven Clark Gerald & Helga Cohen Jeff & Anita Cohen Daniel & Shelly Collier Hal Colton Michael & Liz Condray Robert Bruce Russell & Katherine Cook Cynthia Cooper Sheila Corrigan Terry & Margaret Cossette Thomas Costello David Cotter Jeffery Cox Norman Roy & Georgia Cox Deborah Coyle Robyn Crabtree Dennis Creason Donald & Sigrid Cronin Sandy Crouch Patricia Crout Floyd & Kathleen Cunningham Janet Cunningham (A) Wayne & Melissa Curtis Allen Cusimano Ronald Damian Alicia Dannenberg Jim & Darlene Davis

Marian Dawson William & Deborah Debo Jerry & Nina Decker Doug & Diana Delamore Betty Jo DeLong Jeanne Devine Lorraine Devoe Sandra Dickison Andrew Dieckmann Wayne & Marilyn Dillinger Nick Dimartino Michael Donohue Dave & Rose Marie Drain Dorrit Drallmeier Donald Drews Patrick Huber & Kate Drowne Owen Durnell Joyce Duvall Sharon Earley Mark & Ellen Edwards Linda Edwards Richard Elder Richard Elliot Charles & Sammye Elliott Jared England Hakan Erdogmus Brandon David Etzold Michael & Jeanette Everhart Wesley Alexander Everhart Linda Farha Timothy Farmer Kenneth Farquhar

GeoEngineers Golder Associates Inc. Google + Honeywell Hunter Engineering Co. Icon Mechanical Investment Realty Inc. JE Dunn Construction Group Inc. John Deere Foundation Johns Manville Roff Systems Justice Jewelers Kiewit Construction Co. KMT Waterjet Systems Inc. Kraft Foods Inc. + LaBarge Products Inc. Lamson & Sessions Linmark Machine Products Inc. Lyondell Petrochemical Co. + Mackeys Ferry Sawmill Inc. Meramec Regional Planning Commission Microsoft Corp. + Microtherm Inc. Midwest Subsurface Test LLC Monsanto Fund + Newmont Mining Corp. + Nooter Construction Northrop Grumman Foundation + Nucor-Yamato Steel Co. Oneok Foundation Inc. + Otherkin Computer Development LLC OutBack Power Systems

+

Wayne & Roberta Feeler Barry & Laverne Flachsbart Nathan Fleming Barbara Forman Margaret Fox Esther Francis Tina Marie Fuller Walter & Linda Fulps Derek & Keola Funston Glen Furnell Dolores Gaub Ben Geisert Paul & Cindy Germeroth Robert & Charlotte Gerson Andrew Gibbs Florence Gibson Jerry & Linda Giger Barbara Gilmore Ruth Gilmore Eric & Elizabeth Glissman Joe & Sara Gorman Holga & Julie Yu Gossmann Mrs. John (Virginia) Govier Orland Graber Timothy & Jo Ellen Grace Eric Graves Gerald Green Elizabeth Greiner William & Nancy Griffin Randal Griffith Max & Elaine Gronewold Elaine Grover

Mike Growney Rhina Guidos Erma Guise Gary Gunnels Rebecca Guthrie Donald & Judith Hagen Taylor Anne Hahn Jeffrey Haight Donald Haines (A) John & Veronica Hambacker Belinda Kay Hamilton Rosalie Hamilton Clyde & Jeanette Hamrick Karen Handley Letittia Hanewinkel Margaret Harbert Michael & Lindy Hardwick Debbie Hardy Michael Hassert Bob & Joy Hawks Jered Hayes Joy Hayward Mike & Susan Heiberg Philip Heller Curtis Helmle Jordan Michael Henry Richard Henry Walter & Jean Henry Myree & Paul Herbig Robert Herington Raymond & Dorothy Hess George Hickman

Parker-Hannifin Corp. + Phelps County Regional Medical Center PPG Industries Foundation + Raytheon Co. + Rimpull Riverside Refractories Inc. Rolla Ophthalmology Associates Inc. Schuff International Inc. SCI Engineering Inc. + Site Improvement Association SRB Inc. Stahlman Powersports Stanton Advanced Ceramics Trade Winds Distributing Inc. Traffic Control Co. Transocean Inc. + Turner Construction Co. + Union Pacific Corp. + UniRac Inc. United Construction Enterprise Co. Universal Combustion Technologies Inc. Vulcan Materials Co. + Wal-Mart Weir International Mining Consultants Weyerhaeuser Co. Foundation + William Tao & Associates Inc. Williams Patent Crusher & Pulverizer Co. Williams, Robinson, Rigler & Buschjost Yaskawa Electric America Inc.

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Joan Hicks Otto & Joyce Hill David & Mary Louise Hinze Julia Hipps J.E. & Phyllis Hocker William Hoertel John Patrick & Karen Hogan Kenda Hogan David Holcombe Joffroi Holcombe Leslie Hollenbeck Michelle Hollenbeck Peter Cam Hollenbeck Stevan Hollycross Greg Holman Anthony Holt Lisa Homco Candy Homer John & Karen Hopkins Daniel Horner David Hoxworth David Hubbard John & Carolyn Hudler Richard & Laura Seacat Hunter William Hunter Kim Huntley Dana Huschle William Huth James Hutton George Hyatt Charles & Pearl Imboden Orlando Itin Bruce Harrill & Madonna Jacobi-Harrill Frankie Petersen & Helen Jankowski Richard & Joyce Jarvis Diane Jeansonne Tom & Barbara Johnson

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Becky Johnson Beverly Johnson Bryan Johnson Edward Johnson Vincent Johnson Terry & Christine Johnston Elaine Jones Michael Jones Stacy Jones (A) Billy Jordan George Kaigh Harriet Kallemeyn Karen Kampeter Susie Kapeleris Don & Ellen Karl (A) Diane Khalil Robert Kienitz Jolene Kirchhoff Thomas Kirkle Jay Kirschbaum Ben Kitchens (A) Raymond & Gaye Kluczny Dorothy Kluesner Dennis Kluge Joan Klump Charles Knapp Ellen Knickerbocker Mary Knickerbocker Charles Koerner Peter & Leisa Kokes James Konersman Andrew Dale Kornuta Robert Kovarik Jr. David & Jane Kuta Frank Lalla Richard Landstra Jennifer Larkin Barbara Larson Henry Laughlin Charles & Verniece Lea

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Julie Lea Maravene Leach William Lear Judith Learmann Shen Ching & Agnes Lee George & Teresa Leicht Jacque Leslie Joan Leslie Stephanie Lewis Letty Licklider Allen Lieber Harry Trickey & Rebecca Logan-Trickey Elizabeth Lombardo Kelly & DeeAnne Long Donald & Kathryn Love Carson Low Vernon & Nancy Lowrey Evelyn Lupkey Mrs. Pierson (Louise) Lyon John Mack Grace Madigan Anne Maglia Patricia Mahoney David Paul Malawey Amba Malhotra Cindy Markus James Haven Martin Sara Martin Mark Martinelli Kristy Martinez Robert Matula (A) James Mauck Margaret Maynard Scott & Tracy McBride Paula Marie McBurnett Nancy McCann Shirlene McCann Catherine McCormick Ann McDaniel Jerry McDonald

Bob McFarland Jack & Jean McFarland Robert & Cheryl McKay Michael & Janet McKean Lee & Ramona McKenzie Dan & Marilyn McWhorter Roger & Bonnie Meal Yvonne Meloy Sue Melton Jane Metzger Henry & Anita Metzner Jerrold Michael Kenneth Michael Karen & Aubrey Miear Laura Ellen Millender (A) Bernice Miller-Becker Donald & Becky Miller Glen & Susan Miller Jeff Miller Steve & Ann Miller Ronald & Molly Mills Austin & Rebecca Mitchell Kathryn Mitter David Mizell (A) Julie Modde Kelly Money Ellen Monson Wilda Joyce Mooberry Ilene Morgan Joseph Moro Joseph & Diane Morrey Randy & Mary Moss Charles & Anne-Marie Mueller John & Ann Murphey James Murphy Caryl Mussig Norman Mustard Richard & Lucille Myers Robert & Jinnie Myers Angela Nappier (A)

Dana Alexis Narconis Steven & Mary Nast James & Phyllis Nelson Mike Nelson Clifford & Mickie Nichols Keith & Kim Nisbett Phyllis Nolan Millie Noll Paul & Jennifer Nolte Rod & Sally Nott Valerie Nottage Stanley & Darlene O'Kraski M.E. O'Reilly David & Patricia Oglesby Yildirim & Ferda Omurtag John Orlich Jr. John Oster James & Sheila Packard James Ian Packard Keith & Donna Park Lee Parks Paul Parris Katherine Patrick (A) Anthony & Eva Penico Dharshyni Peries Robert & Patricia Perry Cliff Peterson William & Lana Phillips Patrick & Ann Pieper Curtis Pike Michael Piskulic Shirley Polk Marilyn Pomeroy Mark & Susan Potrafka Adam Potthast Bonnie Rhodes Poythress Michael Poythress John & Nancy Prentis Roger & Janet Price Al & Jeanette Price

Charitable IRA Rollover extended through 2009 The IRA rollover provision, originally enacted in 2006, permits donors age 701⁄2 or older to make tax-free charitable gifts, totaling up to $100,000 per year, directly from their IRAs to an eligible charitable organization, like Missouri S&T. The provision expires Dec. 31, 2009. Charitable IRA Rollover requirements: • You must be 701⁄2 years of age • Tax benefits apply to direct rollovers up to $100,000 per year for tax years 2008-2009 • The provision expires December 31, 2009 • The amount must be in the form of an outright gift; gifts for charitable gift annuities or charitable trusts do not qualify • Qualified charitable distributions must be direct rollovers from your IRA custodian to a charitable institution • No income tax charitable deduction is permitted for qualified charitable distributions • Qualified charitable distributions count against your minimum required distributions. There are many ways to make a charitable gift to Missouri S&T. Please consult your tax or financial advisor about the benefits of the Charitable IRA Rollover. For more information call Missouri S&T’s development office at 800-392-4112 or email giving@mst.edu. denotes Order of the Golden Shillelagh member | (A) denotes Miner Alumni Association donors KMST Charter Society member | M denotes Hasselmann Society member | * denotes deceased 92

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Joan Hicks Otto & Joyce Hill David & Mary Louise Hinze Julia Hipps J.E. & Phyllis Hocker William Hoertel John Patrick & Karen Hogan Kenda Hogan David Holcombe Joffroi Holcombe Leslie Hollenbeck Michelle Hollenbeck Peter Cam Hollenbeck Stevan Hollycross Greg Holman Anthony Holt Lisa Homco Candy Homer John & Karen Hopkins Daniel Horner David Hoxworth David Hubbard John & Carolyn Hudler Richard & Laura Seacat Hunter William Hunter Kim Huntley Dana Huschle William Huth James Hutton George Hyatt Charles & Pearl Imboden Orlando Itin Bruce Harrill & Madonna Jacobi-Harrill Frankie Petersen & Helen Jankowski Richard & Joyce Jarvis Diane Jeansonne Tom & Barbara Johnson

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Becky Johnson Beverly Johnson Bryan Johnson Edward Johnson Vincent Johnson Terry & Christine Johnston Elaine Jones Michael Jones Stacy Jones (A) Billy Jordan George Kaigh Harriet Kallemeyn Karen Kampeter Susie Kapeleris Don & Ellen Karl (A) Diane Khalil Robert Kienitz Jolene Kirchhoff Thomas Kirkle Jay Kirschbaum Ben Kitchens (A) Raymond & Gaye Kluczny Dorothy Kluesner Dennis Kluge Joan Klump Charles Knapp Ellen Knickerbocker Mary Knickerbocker Charles Koerner Peter & Leisa Kokes James Konersman Andrew Dale Kornuta Robert Kovarik Jr. David & Jane Kuta Frank Lalla Richard Landstra Jennifer Larkin Barbara Larson Henry Laughlin Charles & Verniece Lea

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Julie Lea Maravene Leach William Lear Judith Learmann Shen Ching & Agnes Lee George & Teresa Leicht Jacque Leslie Joan Leslie Stephanie Lewis Letty Licklider Allen Lieber Harry Trickey & Rebecca Logan-Trickey Elizabeth Lombardo Kelly & DeeAnne Long Donald & Kathryn Love Carson Low Vernon & Nancy Lowrey Evelyn Lupkey Mrs. Pierson (Louise) Lyon John Mack Grace Madigan Anne Maglia Patricia Mahoney David Paul Malawey Amba Malhotra Cindy Markus James Haven Martin Sara Martin Mark Martinelli Kristy Martinez Robert Matula (A) James Mauck Margaret Maynard Scott & Tracy McBride Paula Marie McBurnett Nancy McCann Shirlene McCann Catherine McCormick Ann McDaniel Jerry McDonald

Bob McFarland Jack & Jean McFarland Robert & Cheryl McKay Michael & Janet McKean Lee & Ramona McKenzie Dan & Marilyn McWhorter Roger & Bonnie Meal Yvonne Meloy Sue Melton Jane Metzger Henry & Anita Metzner Jerrold Michael Kenneth Michael Karen & Aubrey Miear Laura Ellen Millender (A) Bernice Miller-Becker Donald & Becky Miller Glen & Susan Miller Jeff Miller Steve & Ann Miller Ronald & Molly Mills Austin & Rebecca Mitchell Kathryn Mitter David Mizell (A) Julie Modde Kelly Money Ellen Monson Wilda Joyce Mooberry Ilene Morgan Joseph Moro Joseph & Diane Morrey Randy & Mary Moss Charles & Anne-Marie Mueller John & Ann Murphey James Murphy Caryl Mussig Norman Mustard Richard & Lucille Myers Robert & Jinnie Myers Angela Nappier (A)

Dana Alexis Narconis Steven & Mary Nast James & Phyllis Nelson Mike Nelson Clifford & Mickie Nichols Keith & Kim Nisbett Phyllis Nolan Millie Noll Paul & Jennifer Nolte Rod & Sally Nott Valerie Nottage Stanley & Darlene O'Kraski M.E. O'Reilly David & Patricia Oglesby Yildirim & Ferda Omurtag John Orlich Jr. John Oster James & Sheila Packard James Ian Packard Keith & Donna Park Lee Parks Paul Parris Katherine Patrick (A) Anthony & Eva Penico Dharshyni Peries Robert & Patricia Perry Cliff Peterson William & Lana Phillips Patrick & Ann Pieper Curtis Pike Michael Piskulic Shirley Polk Marilyn Pomeroy Mark & Susan Potrafka Adam Potthast Bonnie Rhodes Poythress Michael Poythress John & Nancy Prentis Roger & Janet Price Al & Jeanette Price

Charitable IRA Rollover extended through 2009 The IRA rollover provision, originally enacted in 2006, permits donors age 701⁄2 or older to make tax-free charitable gifts, totaling up to $100,000 per year, directly from their IRAs to an eligible charitable organization, like Missouri S&T. The provision expires Dec. 31, 2009. Charitable IRA Rollover requirements: • You must be 701⁄2 years of age • Tax benefits apply to direct rollovers up to $100,000 per year for tax years 2008-2009 • The provision expires Dec. 31, 2009 • The amount must be in the form of an outright gift; gifts for charitable gift annuities or charitable trusts do not qualify • Qualified charitable distributions must be direct rollovers from your IRA custodian to a charitable institution • No income tax charitable deduction is permitted for qualified charitable distributions • Qualified charitable distributions count against your minimum required distributions. There are many ways to make a charitable gift to Missouri S&T. Please consult your tax or financial advisor about the benefits of the Charitable IRA Rollover. For more information call Missouri S&T’s development office at 800-392-4112 or email giving@mst.edu. denotes Order of the Golden Shillelagh member | (A) denotes Miner Alumni Association donors KMST Charter Society member | M denotes Hasselmann Society member | * denotes deceased 92

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faculty | staff | students | friends Raymond & Gloria Purdom Lyle & Charlotte Pursell Anwei Qin J.T. Rademaker Ben & Donna Randall Mark & Bonnie Ranney Jon & Nancy Rapp Joseph & Beverly Rasmussen Bob & Stella Ravenscraft Orval & Alice Reeves Regina Renkoski Patty Reynolds Grace Rhea Jeanne Rhoades Carolyn Richards Larry Richards Lynda Richards Alice Ricke Christian Ricks Jack & Marcia Ridley Sylvia Riley David & Ruth Rinck Marisa Roach Dennis Roberts Kent & Debra Robinson Robert & Coleen Roe Beverly Rose Emogene Ross Mark Rothermich Lucas Robert Rottler Wilma Rowden Conrad Rubinkowski Jim Rucker Franklin Rudolph Carey Ruppert Robert Russell Ray Samson Chelluri Sastri Greg & Cheryl Satterfield Ethel Saunders Oliver Savage Kurt Thomas Schauwecker Chris & Leslie Schieffer John Schmitt Ronald Schuldt Susan Schulte Beverly Schultz Sahra Sedighsarvestani Kelly Segars Sr. (A) George & Lawrie Seltzer Azelia Severs Gerald Sewell Wrenae Shabel David Issa Shahin Lynn Shank John & Mary Sheffield C. Marit Sherry Steven & Bette Shields Sidney Shoelen Shaun Shrum Ed & Brenda Skaggs Paul Slaten Jeff Smail Ted & Louise Smith Virginia Smith Maribeth Solverson Mark Charles Spaw Peggy Sprague James St. Vrain Dawn Stach Josh Stacy

Steven & Paula Stacy Steven Stacy Eugene Stangel Thomas Stangel Galen Stanley Phyllis Steckel Gene Stephenson Susan Stevens Teri Strain Anita Strauss Daniel & Diane Stutts Tracie Summerville Howard & Dolores Sutterfield Jay & Barbara Switzer Pete & Beth Tabacchi John & Carolyn Taylor Sue Taylor (A) Chris Teel Charles Terry James & Eleanor Terry Hannah Malley Terwelp Steve Thielker Steve Thomas Bobbie Thompson David Thompson Max Blair & Susan Trueblood Hai-Lung & Chiu Tsai Nicholas & Georgia Tsoulfanidis Billy Tucker Nancy Tucker Robert Tucker Ansel Tupper Steve Tupper Rita Turek David & Sandra Van Aken Joan Vance William Vincent Jr. Cathy Vivirito Rosemary Wakeham Lanny & Loretta Wallis Laverna Walls Tammy Walz Gary Weaver (A) William Weber (A) Christa Weisbrook Rita Wells Ashlee Welton David Weston Deloris Weston Philip & Deborah Westrup Laurence Wheatley Toni Wheatley Barbara White Philip & Barbara Whitefield Charlotte Wiggins Betty Ann Williams John Williams II Rita Williams John & Margaret Wilson Rhonda Kaye Wilson James Winkelmann (A) James Nial & Hester Wise Brock Wommack Cheng-Hsiao Wu Jean Wuenscher Andrea Yates Laura Yates Miles Yeary

John Ysteboe Wei-Wen & Yueh-Hsin Yu Sandra Zaremba Merrill Zimmer Mark Zurbrick

Alta Rhea Birkby William Bixon Georgia Black Wallace Blackwood Drew Blaha Ronald & Sara Blair Charles Francis Up to $100 Blaschke IV (A) Levent & Dilek Acar William & Deborah Ann Marie Ahola Bleckman Jeff Ahrens Betty Jo Bledsoe Jane Akers Michele Blind Joelyn Akers Mark Bloch Hazel Akley Julia Gerga Maria Albath (A) Frances Bloom Ira Bloom (A) Ronald Albers Elizabeth Boeckmann Wilford & Georgia Frances Boehm Alexander Gary Boehm John Alibert (A) Laverne Bohnenstiehl Lucas Allen John Bohney James & Janet Almond Jene Bohrer Verlin Altom Lynn Bonney David Amelotti (A) Melinda Borman Mary Pat Anders Jeffrey & Danella Anderson Travis Leon Boulware Debbie Bouquet Melvin Anderson Kevin & Margaret Bowe Mrs. Robert Anstine Stephen & Susan Bowles Villie Appoo John Boyd Mary Archer Mark Boyer Andy Arnold Lynne Boyle Dennis & Janet Arnold Mark & Erika Boyle Richard & Lesly Arnold Eva Jo Bradford Dirk Arrington Don & Gail Bradford Becky & Charlie Ash Esther Bradley David & Sherry Ashbaugh Shirley Brandon Wayne & Jeanine Ashwell Jean Brannan William Atkins Scott Brannon Kevin Baggenstoss David & Stephanie Eleanor Bahr Brawley John Bailey II Marie Brazel Pam Bailey Jay Dee Brecheisen Wayne & Helen Baird Kathleen Breitenstein Gary Baker Minnie Breuer Julie Bales Emily Brickler Rick Balzan Kristin Bridges Larry Weiss & Mary Jo Matt Bright (A) Barbush-Weiss David Brinker (A) David Barnes (A) Suzanne Brock Katherine Barnett (A) James Bross Diane Bartling Keith Ray Brown Richard Bartz (A) Robert & Diane Brown Wanda Batson Michael Bruening John Bax Mrs. Charles (Rosalie) Beck Bernice Buis Peter & Marina Wong Becker Chris & Janet Bujarski Frank & Paulette Beechner Greg Bukaty Mark & Carole Burkemper Noel Beeler Connie Burnett Chris Beer (A) Sam & Ethel Burton Charlotte Behrens Faye Busse Donald & Sharon Beistel Tanye Bussen Lawrence & Elaine Bell Daryol & Ann Butcher Brian Berhorst Vickie Byrd Roger & Kathryn MaryAnn Campbell Berkbuegler Rita Campbell Robert Berkelman Ruth Canfield Carole Berning Josephine Cannefax Patricia Berry Kirby & Lisa Cannon (A) Gary & Barbara Bertrand William & Rebekah Canu Gail Berwald Sheryl Cardenzana Steven Fredric Bhardwaj Judy Carlson Kyle Bilhorn Sarah Carlson Randall Binversie (A)

$500 Can help pay for a student’s books and supplies for one semester. V. Carolton Charles & Iona Carroll Renae Carroll Pamela Carte Pat Carter Teresa Carver Susan Cates (A) Dennis & Karen Caufield Craig Cellini Robert & Sherry Cerrano Clinton Chadwell Mark & Robin Chapman John Chasey Jonathan Cheyer (A) Patti Chism Deanna Chrisman Carol Christofano Nancy Cibulka Beverley & Ruth Clark Stephen & Nongluk Clark Margeret Cline Janet Closser James Coffman Susan Cohen Ardyce Cohenour Thomas Comerford George Conlee Truman & Shirley Conner Paul Richard Conrad Camille Consolvo Kirk & Connie Converse Donald & Shirley Coon Lavon & Alyce Cooper Mario Cooper Phyllis Cooper Sandy Cooper Elsie Cope Gertrude Corbett Cindy Cordts Mary Lou Corn Joseph Corrigan Sharon Corrigan Jeffrey Costello Rita Costello William & Pamela Cottingham Jerry Dean Cox Wallace Craig Janice Crance Clarence & Mary Ann Crider Cliff & Gloria Croom Thomas & Barbara Croom Sondra Crow

Timothy & Barbara Jean Cruise Albert Crump Jr. Anadale Cundiff Vicky Cundiff David & Mary Cunningham Joann Cunningham Dan Dace Cihan & Refia Dagli Keith & Sally Dake Murray & Maureen Darby Jack & Dorothy Darden Janice Darling Lawrence Daros (A) Elicia Darvish John Daugherty Alice Davis Darrell Davis Donald & Bonnie Davis Robert & Wanda Davis Laura Dayton Laura De Moss Warren & Julia Faye Dean Sidney DeBoer Francis Larry & Marilyn Decker Gregory Delaney Stanley Dennis Kenneth & Dorothy Denu Ray Derryberry Luc Devoldere Ryan Dickey Marvis Dickinson Jeanne Dicks Tracy Diekmann Maretta Diestelkamp Gloria Dietrich Tony & Jenny DiGuida Charlotte Divincen (A) Rick & Lisa Dixon Stanley & Jeri Doak Phyllis Dodge (A) Angela Doebber Dennis & Debra Doerfler Michael Doerr Gary & Karen Doherty Karen Dohrer Robert Dollard Evelyn Donnell Bryan & Cindy Donnelly Michael & Beverly Dougherty Helen Dozier Karl Drewel

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Marjorie Duker Cheryl Dulaney Anne Duncan Margaret Duncan Allen Dunn Paul Durham Carmencita Dy Jean Eaglesfield Salvatore Easterley Danielle Eddy Angela Edwards Michael Effinger Charles Eichmeyer Hazel Eichmeyer Teresa Ekedahl Neil & Eneke Elfrink Rosalie Elwell LaDeva Ann Enderle Robbie Engel Dolores Ennico John Erdody IV Norma Eriksen Robert Ervin Kathleen Essma Beverly Essner Harold & Earlene Estell Rosemary Etzel Jim & Linda (Kiepe) Evans David Fagan Susan Falk Jill Farquhar Susan Farrington Becky Felde Oscar & Veronica Felix Brenda Fellhoelter Stephen & Suzanne Femmer Walter Fenny Alice Fenwick Kenneth & Terry Ferkel Patricia Fetcho Luci Fichter Robert Fierro David Fink George Fitzgerald E.E. Fletchall Peggy Fletcher Mike Floyd Susan Flynn Leslie Foley Jack & Carolyn Fore Gail Forsyth Linda Fox Pearl Fox Mark Eckelkamp & Beth France William Francis Roy Francisco Felix Frank Ronda Franke Eleanor Franz John & Linda Frederick Jeffrey & Kara Freeman Lucy Freeman Wilson & Marjorie Randolph Freeze Dennis Freie

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Katherine Frerking Alfonso Fressola Dolores Friede Betty Fruechting Marsha Fuller David Furness Joseph & Lisa Gaehle Dan Galarza Norris Gale Kathy Gallagher Patricia Gallentine Susan Rinaldo Gallo Diane Gannon Elizabeth Garibay Sun Yi Gates Mary Catherine George Leslie Gertsch Jolene Gibbs Harriet Gibson Janet Gifford Tammy Gifford Lynn Gilbraith Deborah Giles Paul Gilgen Kathleen Gillam Christine Gilson Valarie Gladback Richard Glass Julia Gleason Thomas & Cathy Glueck Bill & Jane Goble Harold Goldammer Jr. Paul Goldenstern Jeffrey Goldman Robert Gordon Gary & Norma Gorman Anne Granfield Dale Greal Michael Steven Greaving Ray Green (A) Roy & Norma Greene Bennie Gregory (A) Donald & Goldie Gregory Michael Gregory Vicki Gregory Shirley Grimes C. William Grogan John Groner Gregory Gronewold Jill Grove Edna Grover-Bisker Ann Grunwald James Gunn Robert Gurgos Linda Ann Guyton Charles & Jeannette Haas Patricia Habben James Mark Hachmuth Brenda Haden Mindy Haesemeyer Thekla Hagenbuch Kenneth Hagy Bill Hahn Reenie Davis (Davis) Hale Dennis & Georgia Ann Hall

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Laura Hall Patti Hall Robert Hall Janis Myers Halsey Carol Hamilton (A) Paul Bradley Hamilton Susan Hand Hal Hanrahan Joshua Lee Hanrahan Helen Hansen Brian Hanson (A) David Hanson Russ Hanson Laurie Hardin William & Norma Jean Harris Ronald Harrison Allan Hartman Bruce Hartman James Hartupee Barbara Hasty Stuart Haury Martin Hawkins Dick & Fay Haxton Anna Haydock Constance Hayes Ralph & Karen Hayes (A) James Hedges Bob & Mary Heger Mike & Susan Heiberg Jeannette Heideman Debra Held Charlotte Helmer Arthur & Charlet Hemme David Hennessey Jackie & Diana Knuckles Henry Kimberly Henthorn Adeline Herington Laurie Heubel Wanda Hicks Christy Higgins Daniel Hile David Hill (A) Peggy Stevens Hill Rexanne Hill Stephen & Ann Hinderberger Jackie Hinderliter Eugene & Dolores Hirtz Jennifer Hizer Dennis Hobbs (A) Solomon Hobbs Charles & Allison Holdaway David Holdmeyer Gloria Hollandsworth Jan Hollenbeck Richard Holley Lisa Holt Amy Holtz Margaret Holtz Rita Honti Bonnie Horner Marie Horner Debra Howe

Richard Howell Daniel Ray Howie Jeanette Huff Michele Huff Sue Hufham Alison Hughes Jeff Hughes (A) Kevin Dean Hughes Craig Humphrey Harold Roussin & Helen Hunter-Roussin Joe Hunter Arlene Huschle Michael Huschle Sarah Huschle James & Mari Husman Mike Hutchinson (A) Kathy Inman (A) Garry & Christine Ipock Rhonda Ireland Warner Isaacs Barry & Lendi Jackson Jeanne Jackson Stephanie Jackson (A) Steven Jackson Jerry & Dorothy Jacobs William Jacoby Lisa Jacques-Nelson Tamera Jahnke Thomas & Dawn Jakuboski Daniel & Lisa Jamerson Carl & Gladys James John & Jeanne Jamison Stephen & Lorinda Janaske Wayne Janda John & Ann Jarrett David Jarvis Lucas Charles Jaster Susan Jaster Roger Jett Christopher Roy Jocius Ben Douglas Johnson (A) Cathy Johnson Debra Johnson Donald & Janice Johnson John Johnson Ken Johnson Lynn Johnson Marsha Johnson Melinda Johnson-Martin Sara Johnson Wendell Johnson Ronald & Betty Johnston Jim & Hermina Jolley Anthony & Leigh Anne (Prossit) Jollie (A) Ava Marie Jones Janice Jones Mary Kay Jones Meredith Jones Nancy Jones Roma Jones Sharee Jones Jody Jordan Lloyd Jordan Lowell & Mary Jordan

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Beth Jorgenson Lindasue Jorgenson Richard Juergensmeyer Scott Kallemeyn Keith Kaspersen Debra Kathan Joseph Kauffmann Katherine Kelly Paul Kelly Evelyn Kemp Michael Andrew Kennedy (A) John Kerscher Mary Kessler Laverne Kettler Sheryl Kiefer Dave Kihlken (A) Janet Kinder Laura King Thomas & Eloise Kipp Nick Klapp (A) Jon Klevansky Nancy Kline-Rodgers Vincent Klobeckner (A) Kathleen Klossner Nicholas & Diane Knight Jane Kobel Alan & Jacquelyn Kofsky Jane Kohl Alfred Kohnle Allan & Sharon Kohrmann Ronald & Barbara Kohser Katherine Konsky (A) Judith Kopp John Koslowsky Joseph Koterski Leslie & Barbara Koval Annette Kovarik Marie Kovarik Al & Marsha Krabbenhoft Nicole Kramer Robert Krantz Jim Krause Richard Allen Kreisel Adam Kresler (A) K. Krishnamurthy Hubert Krug Christine Krukoski David Krupp Mary Krutz Tamara Kuddes Shirley Kuelker Orlanda Kuether Randall Kuhn Angela Kulenkamp Ginger Lackman Thomas Lakebrink Dawn Lamertha Donald Lammers Larry Lancey Kimberly Landstra Richard & Dee Langefeld Cathy Langland Bob Lanham Kim Lapeyre (A) Julie LaPlant Dianne Larkin


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faculty | staff | students | friends EvaLee Lasater Brenda Laubinger Brennen Laurence Lawson Phyllis LeCuru Angela Lee Kristin Lelsz Bob & Linda Lemons Andrew Lemstra Sheila Lenkman Ken & Joyce Lenox (A) Raymond Lenzi (A) J.P. Leonard Linda Leonard Mark Leslie Ming & Sophia Leu Thomas Lewis Wayne Lewis Mark Licata Tobin Lichti (A) Eugenia Lienard Mindy Limback Linda Lindeman (A) Lex Lindholm (A) Catherine Ling John & Diana Linton Fue-Wen & Lisa Liou Angela Dawn Lovins Roger Lueckenhoff Priscilla Luke Bobby Lyerla (A) Gary Lyndaker George & Sharyl Macormic Terence Madsen Charles Mahaffey Timothy Main Carol Mangrum Lisa Mankin Shelli Mann Patricia Mantooth Oliver & Caroline Manuel Robert Dennis Marienfeld Lisa Markus Lois Ann Marler Lee & Kelly Marquart Stephanie Martensen Andrew Marti Donald Marti Gene & Marcia Martin Sandra Martin Debra Mash Raymond Massar Elizabeth Mathes Keith Mathews Glen Eldon Matlock Joni Matlock (A) David Matthew Mattli Ronald Mattson Lesley Matuszak Robert Mauck Vera Maudlin Arlene Mauer Joanne Mauer Mary Mawhiney George & Joanne Maxwell Gregory & Evelyne Maxwell Cynthia Mazzola Frank & Cindee Herrick McGrane

William McArdle Diane McCameron Dudley McCarter John McCarthy (A) Lynn & Loretta McClure Ardell McComb Mary McConnel Roderick McDonald Barbara McDowell Mallory McElrath Calamity McEntire Malcomb McEwen Dave McGee Martha McGlinn David McKay Howard & Beatrice McKindra Lisa McKinney Doug McLees Greg McLouth Patricia Mealey Victor Medina (A) Paul & Dora Meier Cindy Meinert Phyllis Melville Amy Merritt Caroline Merryman Whittney Kay Metcalf Gary & Phyllis Miles James Miles Carol Millard Melissa Millard Charlie Miller Gloria Miller Larry Miller (A) Helen Mills Peggy Miner Paul Misch (A) Eleanor Mitter Elizabeth Mitter Jason Christopher Moeller Greg & Teresa Moerer Daniel & Carol Mohan Sharon Moline Anne Mongiovi Helen Moore Kathy Moore Regina Moore Robert Moore William Moore Karen Moosbrugger Sarah Morehead Paul Morgan Ray Morgan (A) Don & Pam Morris (A) Thomas Morris Wayne & Judy Morton Lisa Marie Muehling Susan Muehling Rosemary Mueller Shirley Mueller Joel Munoz Barbara Munz (A) Donald Murphy Dan & Liz Murray Joyce Musselman Pauline Musselman Benny & Linda Nale Kenneth James Natzel Jr. Greg Naughton

Deanna Nelson Joanne Nelson Julianna Nelson Robert Nelson Kathleen Nickason Mike Nickels (A) Sandra Nickerson Kathryn Northcut Ernest Amadi Nwanagu Lela Sharon O'Dell Jennifer Lynn O'Hara Joni O'Neill Tom O'Neil Martha Obermann Rita Ohlman Gladys Okert Samuel & Deborah Oliver Marcia Oller Margaret Olson Barbara Osborn Jessica Oster (A) Nan Oswald Jennifer Otta Leah Pagel Deborah Parker Myron & Ann Parry Jagdish & Prabha Patel Paul Patterson Marvin & Mary Patton Donald Payne Wilma Payne Fred Goss & Ellen Pearce Yvonne Pearsall Mark Allen Peckham Luiz Pelae Paul Pellegrin Arthur Pena David Pennell Georjean Perez Julianne Perez Henry & Becky Pernicka Brenda Petersen John & Emily Petersen Timothy & Ginger Philpot Mary Pieper Donald Pierce (A) Larene Pierce Mark Pierce Kathryn Pile Annette Pistel Leland Pitsch Carl & Shelly Plank Marilyn Pogue David & Grace Pommerenke Gail Poppa Jorge Porcel Judy Porter Ann Pott Diana Price Judy Puyear Wanda Pyeatt Elizabeth Suzie Rackers James Raine III Bryan Matthew Ralston Marlene Ralston (A) Royal & Meryl Ranney Sandra Rasmussen (A) T.B. & Mary Ann Rastorfer Terry Ravanelli (A) Barbara Ray (A)

Clayton & Melba Ann Read William & Norma Record Craig Reed Anne Reese Josh Reeves Maureen Rehmer Misty Reinbold Patricia Reinhardt David Reiter (A) David & Karen Rendall Max Rexroad Carla Reynolds Michelle Rhea Ken & Kris (Curtin) Rhinehart Sharon Richards Alfred & Margaret Richardson Shannon Rickert Kenny Rickman Richard Rickman Judith Riedy Willard Rieffer (A) Robert & Phileta Rio John & Peggy Risbeck Mary Robbins Gloria Roberts Janice Sue Roberts Gena Clare Robertson Michael & Elizabeth Robillard John & Linda Rockaway Carol Ann Rodman Robert & Linda Rose Rogers David Rohrig Linda Rola Marco & Linda Romero Erica Ann Ronchetto Jerry & Sue Rosa Christopher Rose Tracy Rosenow Barbara Rouse Richard Roussin (A) Patty Rowland Lynn Rudin Susan Rudolph Allen & Patricia Rues Jo Ann Ruether Rick Ruether Elaine Russell Rachel Russell Anthony Russo Cindy Ruth Polly Rutherford Mary Ann Sachtleben Theodore Salveter III V.A. & Yolanda Samaranayake Doyle & Libby Sanders Sheena Sands Peggy Sartin Shirley Satterly Alfred & Nancy Saunders Lucille Scabarozi Thomas Scallon George & Suzanne Schacher Thomas Schaefer Robin Schaefferkoetter

Melissa Schaper Sharon Schauwecker Michael Schler William Schlosser Robert Schlueter Tim Schmidt (A) Arlene Schmitt (A) Karen Schmitt Frances Schmuck Bruce Harvey Schoen Sherry Schrimpf Clinton Schuldt Kathryn Schuldt Raymond Schuller (A) Kathleen Schulte Carl Schultz Samantha Louise Schussele Sara Schussele Marietta Schwalbe Bradley Schwerdt Carroll Schwerdt Loretta Schwerdt Mary Sciarra Kevin Scro Scott Segars (A) John Senne Joyce Serniak (A) Susan Sevcik Gloria Jean Shafer James & Bettye Sheffield (A) Noah Sheppard Thomas & Jan Shipley Leo & Barbara Shockley James & Connie Shoemaker John Shroyer Gary Shubatt Jack Shubatt Jane Siebel Amber Silvey Jean Simmons Sandra Simmons W. G. Sinclair Michael & Rebecca Singleton Debra Slaid John Slaid William & Pauline Slais Sue Ann Slater Dennis Slusher Douglas Smiley Steven & Cynthia Smith Eleanor Smith Eva Smith Karen Smith Kenneth & Susan Smith Mark & Kim Smith Steve Smith Marion Snook Martha Lee Sobie Alan Solverson Barbara Solverson Margery Solverson Tracy Solverson Cameron Lemuel Sooy Nicholas Leventis & Chariklia Sotiriou-Leventis Millie Spears

Perrin Spears Sharon Spencer (A) Lynda Sprague Alfred & Wealthy Spreng Carol Springer Janice Spurgeon David Srebnik Douglas Stadel Robert Staggenborg Bradley Keith Starbuck Douglas Starnes Tobi Staudacher David & Debra Stauffer Pauline Stegeman Ellen Steger Shirley Stein Lois Stelpflug Charles Stenger Lisa Stephenson Craig Stevens Earl Stevens Marvin Stewart (A) Stephen Stidham I.V. Stier Dawn Stillwell Christine Stockton Deanna Stokes Randy & Laura Stoll Pattie Stolze (A) Ron & Mary Stone Gene & Renee Stone (A) Rhonda Storie Andrea Storm Bill & Sue Stormes Gary Strack Mary Strausbaugh Steven & Cindy Strawhun George Strazzere Larry Stricklin (A) Kenneth Joseph Strodtman Sara Stuart Robert & Karen Stuckmeyer Charles & Caryn Studyvin Dennis Sturman (A) Sharon Subow Jane Sudkamp Susan Sulser Audrey Swearingen Patricia Swinghamer Sharon Swink Alice Swisher Mike Swope Dorothy Sy Anna Marie Szatko Grace Takata Marilyn Tappendorf James Tarr (A) Laura Tastad Daniel Tauritz Linda Taylor Timothy Teachout Mrs. Gloria Tefft Elizabeth TeGroen Eileen Termunde John & Nancy Terrill Kevin Tharp Rudy Theriault Don Thomann Drew Michael Thomas

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Wayne Thrasher Barbara Thurston Ross Tidemann James Tigner Harold & Carla Tilley Lowell & Bette Tonding Kimberley Tongue Ellen Townsend Margaret Townsend Kathleen Trenner Charles Trowbridge Elizabeth Allman Trowbridge Rebecca Trowbridge Sandy & Alistair Trumbo Elinor Tucker Emily Marie Tucker Peter Tucker Chris Turner (A) James & Kathi Turner James & Wilma Turner Rebecca Ann Turner Charlane Tygum Dwight Tynon John Tyrrell Helen Urban Irene Utley Patricia Van Deman Michael & Lori Van Maanen Kay Morrison Vance Mary Sue Vanderhoff Timothy Vandeschraaf Jim Vandike Jack & Ruby Vandiver Shirley Vaniperen Dalia Elena Varanka John Vetter Jerry Vick K.M. Vincent Linda Virant Matthew Vitello Kurt Vitoux Ronald Vitoux Joan Vivrett Karen Wade Jeff Wagner Valerie Wagoner (A) Doug Wahn Ada Belle Walker Albert & Gloria Walker Debra Walker Georgia Walker Stephanie Walker Victoria Walker Stanley & Clara Wallach Richard Wallinford Roberta Walton Dale & Sara Wands Janelle Wanek Alice Mae Ward Speedy Warner (A) Karen Washington Deana Watson Karl Watson Rudene Watson Alvin & Melva Weaver

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Gertrud Webb Grace Weber Fred Weibling Edward & Cindy Weidenbenner Debra Weil Kim Weislar Andy Weiss Donna Welch Robert & Melody Welther Jesse & Lenore Welty Geraldine Werths Loren & Virginia West Billy White Charles White James & Lesley White William White Cathy Whitlock Martin Whitworth Robert Wieberg Floyd & Linda Wieland William & Peggy Wiggins Larry Wilcoxen (A) Alfred Williams Charles Williams Cynthia Williams Elizabeth Ashley Williams (A) Joan Williams Sonja Williams Dennis & Lynn Wilson Kenneth & Joi Wilson William & Ann Winch Debra Winebrenner David Witwer Liene Womack John Woodfin Jane Woolford Jodi Woosley Susan (Holliday) Wrasmann Douglas Edward Wright Mitzi Wright Vicki Wrigley David & Maribeth Wronkiewicz Dorothy Wyant Barbara Yates Randy Yocum LaVada Yost Juanita Young Summer Young Norman & Jean Youngsteadt Cliff & Nancy Zamazanuk Kenneth Elmer & Janet Zepernick Steve & Barbara Zernicke Mitzie Zerr Yahong Rosa Zheng Carol Ziemann James Zimmer (A) Alvin Zitterkob Kim Zitterkob V.P. Zitterkob

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Ways to give Cash (including five-year pledges of cash gifts) is the most popular and flexible type of charitable gift. Deductible to 50 percent of adjusted gross income (AGI), with a five-year carry-forward. The full-market value of securities having unrealized long-term capital gains when given philanthropically is deductible to 30 percent AGI, with a five-year carry-forward. Donors may avoid capital gains tax that would have been payable if they sold the stock and gave cash. Matching corporate gifts enable donors to double, triple or even quadruple their gift, depending on the matching gift policy. Matching gifts are “soft-credited” to donors for gift club recognition. Charitable gift annuity (minimum of $10,000) pays a guaranteed fixed income to a donor and/or a beneficiary for life with the residual value of the annuity given to Missouri S&T upon the death of the annuitant. (Income tax deduction, estate tax savings and capital gains tax savings.) Charitable remainder trust (minimum of $20,000) pays an income to the donor or beneficiary for a term of years or for life with the remaining principal given to Missouri S&T upon the death of the donor/beneficiary. (Income tax deduction, estate tax savings and capital gains tax savings.) Testamentary gifts (bequests through wills) give some donors the greatest opportunity to make a substantial gift to Missouri S&T. Charitable lead trust pays an income to Missouri S&T for a term of years; at term’s end, the remaining principal or asset is returned to the donor or designated beneficiary. (Income tax deduction, estate tax savings and capital gains tax savings.)

Please call 800-392-4112 or go to campaign.mst.edu for more information.

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More than 1,700 Missouri S&T alumni, parents and friends donate their time and talents to advance the university. They do so by serving on various committees, academies, and advisory councils, working as guest lecturers, volunteer staff, legislative advocates, leaders and coordinators of alumni sections, and through a variety of other efforts. Missouri S&T is grateful for the special commitment of our volunteers, and we wish to recognize them for their efforts during the past year. These volunteers are recognized for the July 1, 2007, to June 30, 2008, fiscal year. Campus Volunteers Board of Trustees Richard Arnoldy '69 Keith Bailey '64 (A) Steven John Becher '96 James Bertelsmeyer '66 Raymond Betz '66 Robert Brinkmann '71 Henry Brown '68 John F. Carney III Roger Dorf '65 Connie Eggert Gary Forsee '72 M Robert Garvey '61 Gary Havener '62 Jean (Fischer) Holley '81 Thomas Holmes '50 M Barry Koenemann '70 John Mathes '67 Ronald Miller '64 Zebulun Nash '72 (A) Darlene Susan (Meloy) Ramsay '84 Perrin Roller '80 (A) Jon Schneider '87 (A) Richard Stegemeier '50 (A) Geoffrey Steinhart '79 Cynthia Tang '85 (A) M Richard Vitek '58 M Cheryl (Smith) Walker '86 William Walker '58 Theodore Weise '67 M Joan (Brune) Woodard '73

African American Recruitment & Retention Committee (AARRC) Mark Crawford Jr. '96 Julian Demetrius Davenport Randy Donaldson '78 Lister Florence '95 Allyson (Taylor) Hall '97 Maria Holmes '83 Steven Bernard Howard '93 (A) Andrea Lynette Hutson LaWanda Michelle (Pritchard) Jones '91 Jon Charleton King '97 Ronald Ollie '73

Steven Parks '82 Gregory Skannal '85 Andre Trevor Spears '87 Margaret (Herman) Stockdale '82 Marvin Woods '82

AARRC Active Ex-Officio Members Ernest Kelvin Banks '81 (A) Valentino Bates '76 M Consuela Latai Johnson '97 Gregory McClain '72 Robert Morrison Jr. '71 Zebulun Nash '72 (A) James Nicks Jr. '77

Campaign Steering Committee Richard Arnoldy '69 Keith Bailey '64 (A) Roger Dorf '65 Gary Forsee '72 M Robert Garvey '61 Gary Havener '62 Jean (Fischer) Holley '81 Robert Keiser '65 John Mathes '67 Ronald Miller '64 Zebulun Nash '72 (A) David Price Jr. '68 Richard Stegemeier '50 (A) Jeff Steinhart ‘79 Cynthia Tang '85 (A) M Theodore Weise '67 M

Corporate Development Council Michelle (Robinson) Adams Jane Maria (Bokermann) Aselage '86 Gregory Baker '78 Ryan Patrick Barr '95 Steven Lee Baymiller '91 Steven John Becher '96 Mary Bird Matthew Frederick Bleckman '04 Sarah Ruth (Reeves) Bock '87 Donald Bolin '74 William Book Heather Jean (Deutscher) Buchwitz '98

Robert Buechel Jr. '73 Charles Buel '73 Stephanie Lynn Buffa '03 Barbara (Bening) Busby '79 (A) Robert Byrne Michael Robert Carlson '99 Vinisha (Bhatt) Clark '91 Scott Luther Cochran '91 Daniel Jonathan Cool '99 Kevin Dickens Natalie (Sanders) Elder '98 (A) Laura Lee (Castle) Ely '04 Gary Fennewald '73 Michael Christopher Fox '90 Christopher Lee Gottman '95 Marques Wade Griffin '01 Christina Ann Griwach '97 Bradley Dean Haug '87 Brady Franklin Hays '98 Duane David Highley '83 Michael Gerard Hinkamp '86 Jennifer Faye (Damron) Hopper '98 Sarah Ann (Peterson) Jamison '97 Brian Jones Brian Scott Jones '01 Kevin Lee '02 Stephen Joseph Lorenz '86 Edward Alton May Jr. '83 Annette (Tijerina) Meyerkord '01 Maureen (Murphy) Midgley '82 Larry Mueller '75 Nicolaus Neumann '74 Mark Newell Martin Penning '80 (A) Angela (Beshears) Privett '98 (A) Gary Re '78 David Reinke '72 (A) Michael Richter '73 Aaron Paul Robison '00 Lynn Marion (Davis) Rolen '89 Timothy Joseph Saxe '97 David Schepers '75 David Eldon Schmidt '98 Jon Schneider '87 (A) Ronald Spalding '74 Robert Steinhoff Jr. '80 Adam Rip Stringer '87 Steve Ross Szabo '99 Gary Toth '70

Stephen Voss '82 Amy Kathleen (Hackler) Wilson '84

OGS Executive Committee Henry Brown '68 John F. Carney III Linda Doshi M John Eash '79 (A) Connie Eggert Edward Harvey III Michael Haynes '78 (A) M Paul David Hirtz '95 Ronald Johnson '70 (A) Stephanie Martensen Ronald Miller '64 Perrin Roller '80 (A) Cathy Schindler Jon Schneider '87 (A) Sandra Simmons Patricia (Ruma) Spence '94

Committee Participation Academy of Chemical Engineers Charles Altheide '56 (A) Ernest Kelvin Banks '81 (A) David Barclay '76 (A) Richard Bauer '51 (A) James Bertelsmeyer '66 Marvin Borgmeyer '74 Glenn Brand '39 Joel Addison Brand '86 John Brodhacker '44 (A) David Bunch '57 Ronald Canon '70 Joseph Chang '70 Richard Chapman '70 Calvin Cobb '64 Kim Colter '73 Orrin Crosser John Culter '76 Kimberly Kay Denney '82 (A) Brian Keith Donley '87 Bipin Doshi '62 M Donald Dowling Jr. '51 (A) Lynn Flaim '80 William Flood '43 (A)

Ray Forrester '72 (A) Gary Foutch '76 Raymond Freeman '72 Paul Haas '50 Gail (Dolan) Hahn '82 Hank Hankinson '60 (A) M Dale Harris '58 Arthur Helwig '50 (A) Harry Hershey '60 William James George Jamieson '50 M William Jones Jr. '62 Dale Anthony Kyser '82 (A) Paul Leming '57 Glenn Lipscomb II '81 (A) Joseph Louvar '57 (A) Douglas Ludlow Virendra Mathur '61 Kenneth Mayhan '65 Dale McHenry '81 (A) James McKelvey '45 Maureen (Murphy) Midgley '82 Ronald Miller '64 Zebulun Nash '72 (A) Michael Noble '79 Leon Otte '68 Robert Pahl '68 (A) Dennis Parker '68 (A) Gary Patterson '60 (A) Veo Peoples Jr. '70 Donald Peterson '50 James Poarch '60 David Porchey '68 Donald Puyear '54 Eric Rapp '68 Kenneth Riley '56 (A) Jorge Rodriguez '65 Paul Rothband '43 Joseph Schardl Jr. '68 Dale Schillinger '56 (A) Y.T. Shah Susan Marie Simmons '84 Richard Soehlke '52 Steven Souders '74 Robert Steinkamp '62 Robert Stevens '81 Gerald Stevenson '59 (A) Allen Kent Thoeni '63 Keith George Tomazi '81 Roger Truitt '71 James Unnerstall '56 (A) Fred Vogt II '66 Kenneth Wall '71 Robert Wellek '68 (A) Charles Wentz Jr. '57 (A) Kenneth Wood '60 (A) Kenneth Wulfert Jr. '64 (A) Jacques Zakin '65

Academy of Chemists & Biochemists (FCR) Richard Beaty '67 Karen (Kohl) Beckmann '81 (A) Michael Roy Beckmann '82 (A) Frank Blum Carey Bottom '72 Glenn Brand '39 Holger Er-chah Chen '72 Jimmie Christen '65 Cyrus Crowder '76 Robert Downing '81 Thomas Dunning Jr. '65 (A) Harry Neal Grannemann '61 (A) William James Oliver Manuel Richard Matthews '02 Robert Russell William Shermer '64 Loren Dale Sivils '95 Robert Steinkamp '62 James Stoffer Jay Switzer Wilbur Tappmeyer '47 Larry Thompson '70 Kay Thornton '78 Richard Vitek '58 M Mrs. William (Ruby) Webb '39 (A)

Academy of Civil Engineers Rohn Abbott '66 William Alsmeyer '41 James Anderson '55 William Anderson Jr. '67 Charles Andrew '68 William Andrews Richard Arnoldy '69 Chester Baker '55 Donald Ballard '57 Richard Barr '61 Valentino Bates '76 M Robert Bay '49 (A) Jerry Bayless '59 (A) James Beavers '66 Tommie Beckley '63 Robert Bening '55 (A) Laurel Berger '50 Richard Berning '69 Robert Berry '72 (A) M John Best '55 Raymond Betz '66

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Greg Bolon '85 Lucien Bolon Jr. '59 (A) Steven Brady '67 Rodney Breuer '79 Robert Brinkmann '71 Henry Brown '68 (A) Thomas Buechler Jr. '71 David Busse '81 Robert Butchko '71 (A) Harold Butzer '47 (A) Edward Calcaterra '52 Robert Campbell '71 (A) John F. Carney III Frank Carroll '55 Franklin Cheng Danny Chilton '65 Louis Chiodini Jr. '61 William Clarke '74 (A) Matt Coco '66 (A) Glen David Comstock '68 John Critchfield '74 Michael Crow '72 Joseph Crowe '58 Robert Dacey '64 David Diestelkamp '77 Stanley Dolecki '50 Robert Durney '70 Gene Edwards '52 (A) M Kevin Eisenbeis '79 Richard Elgin '74 (A) Max Ethridge '70 Charles Etwert '71 Larry Farmer '61 (A) David Fenton '63 Stuart Ferrell '64 (A) James Foil '74 (A) William Ford '66 Lynn Frasco '68 James Frey '74 (A) Herman Fritschen Jr. '51 (A) Richard Frueh '75 Jeng-Fuh Ger '85 James Gorrell '67 Dominic Grana '72 William Green '68 Willis Grinstead '56 (A) Norbert Groppe '57 Don Gunther '60 (A) M Edward Halter '71 (A) Mark Alan Harms '83 Stanley Harris '75 Charles Barry Hayden '65 Jack Haydon '58 Richard Heagler Sr. '57 (A) Don Henderson '59 Thomas Herrmann '50 (A) Philip Hoge '64 Bradley Harry Hornburg '69 Leroy Hulsey '64 Michael Hurst '74 (A) Gary Hutchison '74 Rosemary (Love) Ingram '78 James Jackson '59 Robert Jenkins '53 (A) Vernon Jones '53 M Philip Jozwiak '66 (A) Gregory Junge '65 Patrick Karney '76 Warren Keith '72 Robert Kemper '49 (A) Albert Kerr '64 Leonard Kirberg '66 (A) M Kyle Kittrell '76

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Dale Klohr '58 Richard Klusmeyer '70 Stephen Knobbe '85 Barry Koenemann '70 John Andrew Komlos '85 Donald Kozeny '57 Joseph Krispin '54 (A) Frederick Kummer Jr. '55 Roger LaBoube '70 Allan LaPlante '63 James Latham '65 Gary Lee '71 (A) David Lewis '78 James Lovelace '60 Charles Lyons '64 Francis Lyons '50 James Lyons '66 John Mathes '67 Larry McCallister '78 James McGrath '49 Gilbert McKean '62 Garth McKinney '43 Michael McMillen '67 (A) Arthur Meenen '46 (A) Joseph Mickes '58 John Moll '69 (A) William Montgomery '58 Jonathan Motherwell '74 Carroll Muenks '76 Paul Rudolph Munger '58 Matthew Nail '76 David Owsley '61 John Parker '65 James Patterson '54 Lowell Patterson '66 Carl Gene Penzel '55 Joseph Perkins '61 Ronald Dean Petering '83 Thomas Petry '67 Ronald Pierce '65 David Plank '59 (A) Paul Patrick Poepping '65 Eric Potts '73 (A) Doyle Powell '67 Lynne Puetz '73 (A) Ray Purvis '74 Dana Reel '73 Joseph Reichert '59 (A) Thomas Richter '73 Charles Riggs '64 Kent Roberts '50 James Roberts '53 Roddy Jack Rogers '81 Eugene Russell Sr. '58 Robert Meredith Saxer '61 George Schillinger '63 Paul Schnoebelen III '77 (A) Joseph Senne Jr. '51 (A) Bob Sfreddo '58 (A) Charles Shackelford '80 Robert Shoolbred '54 Robert Sieckhaus '63 (A) Steven Robert Sieckhaus '87 Michael Simac '78 Kevin Skibiski '75 (A) Richard Stephenson Bryan Stirrat '67 (A) Waldemar Stopkey '52 Claude Strauser '69 (A) Richard Sumner '77 Graham Sutherland III '64 John Theiss '51 LeRoy Thompson '56 (A)

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Marcus Thornsberry '83 Kevin Zane Truman '85 Charles Turner '66 Gary Turner '66 James Van Buren '63 (A) David Visintainer '71 Alvin Wansing '69 William Dwayne Webb '67 Ernst Weinel '44 Carl Weis '43 (A) Doug Wesselschmidt '83 Gary John White '85 Thomas Whitecotton III '62 Robert Wayne Whitehead '61 (A) Steve Willis '67 Willis Wilson '73 Kent Wray John Wright '61 Christopher Yarnell '84 Wei-Wen Yu Thomas Zenge '69 Walter Zimmermann '62

Academy of Computer Science Margy (Rice) Beckmeyer '73 William Eaton '70 Robert Feldmann '80 Donald Gaitros '66 James Gantt '72 Daniel Hirschbuehler '80 John Hock '82 Jean (Fischer) Holley '81 Randy Kerns '74 (A) Michael Koclanes '79 Herbert Krasner '73 John Lovitt '70 Daniel McNicholl '80 Adonica (Henley) Randall '75 (A) Danny Reed '78 Richard Schuessler '72 Marcus Smith Jr. '76 James Sowers '69 Karen Squires '89 Mark Stratman '73 Dean Swisher '70 Ralph James Szygenda '70 (A) Kim Wayne Tracy '85 Susan Elaine Watson-Hajjar '83 (A) Joan (Brune) Woodard '73

Academy of Electrical & Computer Engineering Michael Apprill '70 Richard Arnold '69 David Begley '73 (A) Wayne Bennetsen '41 (A) Jonas Bereisa Jr. '67 William Blumfelder '66 (A) James Bondi '71 (A) Robert Boschert '58 Phil Browning '48 Lloyd Brunkhorst '61 Walter James Carr Jr. '40

James Coffman '60 (A) Thomas Joseph Dalton '84 Elroy Denningmann '68 Anthony Derhake '69 Earl Dille Robert Dockey '70 Richard Duncan '49 James Eckhoff '60 Richard Eimer Jr. '71 (A) Kelvin Erickson '78 Ronald Fannin M Mark Fehlig '73 Martha (Shultz) Fowler '61 (A) James Fricke '75 (A) Gary Fulks '71 Walter Gajda Jr. M Chandrakant Gandhi '50 Thomas Gaylord '65 Richard Gillette '65 Charles Gross '66 (A) Robert Hanna '43 Robert Hansen '49 Thomas Herrick '58 William Hord '59 (A) Edwin Hughes '49 George Hughes '69 John Koeper '66 William Krieg '69 Leonard Laskowski III '73 (A) Vernon Lawson '48 Dennis Leitterman '76 (A) James Leonard '76 Ernest Littleton '62 James Longshore Jr. '56 Elmer Luehring '55 Ronald Lutes '73 Darrel Mank '69 Dennis Mason '58 (A) Walter Mathews '48 (A) Robert Mayse '57 John McKee '41 M James McNabb '58 George McPherson Jr. H. Edward Midden III '69 Derald Morgan '65 Jack Morris '65 George Mueller '39 M Charles Naslund '74 Nicola Ann (Utterback) Nelson '66 William Oberschelp '53 (A) Wilson Overall '59 (A) David Patterson Richard Paul '66 Michael Perry '72 James Peterson '66 Norman Pond '59 M Harvey Randall '74 (A) David Raterman '73 (A) Paul Ray '63 Walter Reed Jr. '69 (A) Louis Rephlo '60 (A) Randall Richards '70 Larry Robinson '66 Harold Rochester '65 Larry Rushing '66 Carl Ryan '69 Peter Sauer '69 (A) George Schindler '73 (A) Kevin Wayne Schneider '86 Larry Schnurbusch '69 Kiritkumar Shah '72 Donald Shaw '69 (A) Giles Sinkewiz '57 David Sizemore '71

James Skiles '51 (A) Daniel Smith '85 Gene Smith '44 Harry Smith '42 James Smith '47 (A) Louis Smith '66 Keith Stanek Harold Steinbruegge '57 Jack Stewart '56 (A) Paul Stigall '62 (A) Robert Strain '50 Jerry Swearingen '54 Kent Swearingen '63 Thomas Sweeney '69 Cynthia Tang '85 (A) M George Tomazi '58 (A) M Edward Tuck '53 Thomas Van Doren '62 M Harold Vannoy '63 Roger Volk '68 M Thomas Voss '69 (A) Michael Walker '69 William Walker '58 Albert Weinrich '59 Theodore Weise '67 M David Allan Whiteley '84 Roy Wilkens '66 Ronald Willoughby '73 (A) Donald Willyard '62 (A) John Wolf '67 Ralph Wolfram '50 (A) Laszlo Zala '55 (A)

Academy of Engineering Management Dan Amsden '75 (A) John Francis Bade '85 Merl Baker '63 Joe Ballard '72 Robert Edwin Benezette '72 John Bertelsmeyer '70 Robert Bruce '69 (A) Daniel Cole '75 Phillip Colombatto '71 Jeffrey Cook '94 Gregory Dean Daily '86 Madison Daily '84 Daniel DeRiemer '72 Russell Espinosa '82 James Faletti '71 (A) Wilbur Feagan '76 M Kevin Ray Fritzmeyer '85 Gary Frossard '73 Lisa (Baganoff) Gaynor '83 Frederick Kocher '72 James Lucas '72 Terry McCallister '78 (A) Gregory McClain '72 Jesse McMahan '66 Phillip Ostapowicz '78 Thomas Owens '68 Helene Hardy Pierce '83 (A) Mathew Wade Pitsch '85 Barry Schaffter '73 Ronald Schuster '71 Gregory Sedrick '82 Henry Sineath Francis Greg Slack '70 Geoffrey Steinhart '79 Howard Stine Jr. '70 (A) William Stoltz '68 Henry Allen Wiebe Kenneth Williams '71


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denotes Order of the Golden Shillelagh member | (A) denotes Miner Alumni Association donors KMST Charter Society member | M denotes Hasselmann Society member | * denotes deceased Academy of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Joseph Abernathy '77 Bassem Armaly Jane Maria (Bokermann) Aselage '86 James Auiler '67 Arthur Baebler '55 (A) Keith Bailey '64 (A) William Barbier '53 Richard Baumann '67 Diane (Krupp) Beamer '73 Michael Behan '71 John Behr '81 David Berg '57 James Berkel '59 James Berthold '60 (A) Michael Bray '70 (A) William Breig '62 Stephen Brendle '69 David Alan Brewer '82 Raymond Bucy Jr. '58 Alfred Buescher '64 (A) Romuald Buescher '53 Stephen Bugg '65 Michael Bytnar '68 (A) Kenneth Cage '63 Richard Campbell '62 Donald Capone '58 Gary Dean Clubb '68 Charles Copeland '62 (A) Glenn Cordes '60 David Crow '66 Patrick Davidson '70 Roger Dorf '65 James Dycus '66 Bill Engelhardt '60 (A) Daniel George Engler '84 Eugene Fadler '62 Gary Ferguson '72 Virgil Flanigan '60 Donald Fluchel '72 Russell Flye '71 (A) Michael Foresman '67 (A) Robert Freeland '60 Evelyn Gayer '73 Phillip Scott Gegesky '68 Craig George '74 Jerry Gilmore '60 Thomas Greene '71 Thomas Gresham '62 Ronald Griesenauer '70 Harold Dennis Haubein '66 Vance Havens '74 James Higbee '66 Gary Hinz '65 Herman Hirner '70 John Hodges '61 Gary Holland '64 Timothy Houghton '68 Dennis Jaggi '70 Richard Janis '68 Jonathan Jansky '73 Anthony Jatcko '64 Glenn Willard Jenkins '59 Rollie Johnson '62 Ronald Johnson '70 (A) Richard Jordan '70

Jack Jost '58 (A) Gene Kalhorn '67 Thomas Kalin '57 Greg Kellerman '82 Gerald Kettler '65 (A) Nand Kishore Kochhar '86 Robert Kostelnik '75 Kraig Kreikemeier '63 Prakash Krishnaswamy '73 James Lambert Jr. '69 Gerald Lee '76 Dale Leidy '61 William Logel Jr. '68 Michael McComas '69 Donald McGovern '58 (A) Ralph McKelvey '48 Michael Meyer '75 Ashok Midha Norman Miller '68 Barton Moenster '71 (A) Steven Moss '76 Robert Mueller '68 James Murphy '68 Richard Navarro '70 Stuart Obermann '79 Jorge Ochoa '85 Calvin Ochs '49 John Park '95 (A) Fred Parks '69 Theodore Peachee Jr. '72 Ronald Allen Peterson '71 Dale Pitt '72 John Pitts '80 Mary Ellen (Herre) Plese '84 Roland Pohlman Jr. '53 Jada (Jenkins) Reese '84 Charles Remington '49 Lloyd Reuss '57 (A) John William Ricketts '61 George Salof '67 Raymond Schaffart '63 (A) Harold Andrew Schelin Jr. '66 (A) Charles Schmidt Jr. '67 Robert Schmidt '73 Jon Schneider '87 (A) Ronald Schoenbach '70 Carl Schopfer '68 Gary Schumacher '63 (A) Eugene Sehl Jr. '63 John Shelton '71 James Shildmyer '56 (A) Morris Sievert '44 (A) M Richard Smith '77 Lisa (Jones) Sombart '84 Randy Southmayd '81 Frederick Springer '49 (A) Frank Statkus '71 Louis Steinhauser '80 Wilbert Stoecker '48 Gary Stripling '69 Stephen Thies '72 (A) John Toomey '49 (A) M Gary Trippensee '62 (A) Lloyd Tuggle '58 George Uding '59 Ralph Uthe '68 James Vangilder '68 Richard Vehige '68 John Wiesehan '72

Gregory Williams '76 Robert Williams Jr. '74 Ronald Williams '63 (A) Donald Wojtkowski '69 Randall Alan Wood '85 Ronald Woodard '69 Gordon Wright '66

Academy of Mines & Metallurgy Jose Agapito '64 Rex Alford '40 (A) Hubert Barger '39 John Bartel '52 (A) David Bartine '66 Gerald Bersett '65 Jesse Bodine '50 (A) Robert Brackbill '42 Richard Bullock '51 Alan Burgess '54 M James Chaney '48 (A) Richard Chao '71 (A) Clinton Clark '63 Richard Cole '47 William Daniels '64 Delbert Day '58 (A) M Paul Dowling '40 Gary Downey '62 Avery Ala Drake Jr. '50 (A) Donald Falkingham '41 (A) M John Farmer III '63 Francis Fennerty '49 (A) M Armin Fick '41 Harold Garner '76 Robert Garvey '61 Louis Gignac '79 Joseph Gladbach '79 Edwin Goetemann '44 (A) David Grimm '50 (A) Alden Hacker '41 (A) Gene Haertling '54 Delores (James) Hinkle '75 (A) Thomas Holmes '50 M Robert Hopler '54 William Horst '51 (A) M Wayne Huebner '82 Richard Hunt '50 Orville Hunter Jr. '60 Byron Keil '52 Robert Keiser '65 Albert Kidwell '40 Dennis Nicholas Kostic '70 Harold Krueger '42 M Donald Kummer '55 Eugene Lang Sr. '53 Walter Paul Leber '40 (A) George MacZura '52 Vernon McGhee '42 (A) Robert J.M. Miller '50 Gazanfer Mohajir '67 William Mount '73 Walter Mueller Jr. '63 Norbert Neumann '52 James Neustaedter '43 (A) Marvin Nevins Jr. '41 (A) Thomas O'Keefe IV '80 James Michael Party '78 William Patton Jr. '59

Robert Peppers '50 (A) Virgil Lee Powell '55 (A) Robert Quenon '79 Joseph Quinn '49 (A) Christopher Ramsay '83 (A) John Reiss Jr. '71 John Remmers '84 Frederick Rocchio Jr. '70 (A) Perrin Roller '80 (A) Joseph Rupp '72 Theodore Ruppert '52 Robert Schafer '52 (A) Joseph Sevick '49 M Steven Shaw '73 William Shepard '51 Gregory Skannal '85 James Spehr '64 George Stegemeier '52 Richard Stegemeier '50 (A) Stephen Suellentrop '74 Bruce Tarantola '51 (A) George Taylor '64 James Kenneth Thompson '73 Dianna Tickner '79 Carlos Tiernon '54 Charles Travelstead '74 Torie Ann Vandeven '77 Philip Wade '71 (A) Samuel Weaver '64 (A) Keith Wedge '70 (A) M Kent Weisenstein '60 (A) Marvin Zeid '51 M Jeffrey Zelms '70 M

Advisory Board, Education Amy Elizabeth Aubuchon '98 Kathryn Berkbuegler Roger Berkbuegler Richard Bryant Travis Curtis '05 Gene Warren Doty Ronald Frank Jerry Giger Larry Gragg Steve Guffey Tony Hermann Merilee Krueger EvaLee Lasater Stephanie Deanne Mathis '00 Janiece Dell Mulia '05 Oran Pringle Robert Roe Dawn Marie (Sharp) Scheiderer '97 Thomas Schuman John Wiggins '70 (A) Dennis Wilson

Advisory Board, History & Political Science Gwendolyn Froeschner Hart '75 Timothy Alan Laycock Jr. '00

Colin Patrick Long '92 Julie Elise Maurer '96 John Wiggins '70 (A)

Advisory Board, Psychology Christopher Brannon '85 Michael Bratcher '81 Laura Ford (Ford) Breitenstein '84 Richard Chiles '73 W. Floyd Harris '74 Amy Lynn Noelker '85 Patrice Ryan '74 Kaye Steinmetz Roger Vessell '78 James Whitten '72 Lillian Anne (Freeman) Wickliffe '84

Advisory Board, School of Management & Information Systems Ray Arndt Ramon Baez Darryl Brinkmann '78 (A) Vinisha (Bhatt) Clark '91 Paul Dascher Michael Christopher Fox '90 Jean (Fischer) Holley '81 Gary Johnston Mark Jordan Jeffrey Kelly '78 Jeffrey Marker '88 Bill Marshall Richard Navarro '70 Kevin Smyth

Christopher Schaefer '85 Susan Marie Simmons '84 Robert Stevens '81 M Keith George Tomazi '81 Alan Weimer

Advisory Council, School of Engineering Paul Baldetti '81 Patrick Davidson '70 Robert Feldmann '80 Lynn Flaim '80 Don Gunther '60 (A) M Edward Koplar '96 Robert Kruse Jr. '81 Ronald Miller '64 Charles Naslund '74 Richard Paul '66 Theodore Peachee Jr. '72 James Peterson '66 Geoffrey Steinhart '79 Gerald Stevenson '59 (A) Kathryn Ann (Waples) Walker '82 Robert Warrington Joan (Brune) Woodard '73 Steven Wunning '73

Board of Directors, Computer Science Jean (Fischer) Holley '81 Ali Hurson John Lovitt '70 Adonica (Henley) Randall '75 (A) James Sowers '69 Karen Squires '89 Kim Wayne Tracy '85

Advisory Board, University Theatre

Development Board, Mining Engineering

Cindy Beger Jasmane Gerard Boyd Linda Boswell Bramel '89 Emily Brickler Patti Fleck Lorie Francis Patty Frisbee James Murphy Stephanie Rostad Elaine Russell Carol Smith Christopher Waller John Woodfin

John David Anderson '81 John Cramer Terry Engle Roger Gagliano Greg Gajewski Bryan Galli '82 Mark Hrutkay James Humphrey '79 Bruce Jones William Kennedy '05 Dennis Nicholas Kostic '70 Paul Anthony Lang '83 Stephen Lang '79 (A) Richard Marston Michael McCall '80 Ed McCord Joe Mehl Bruce Neil David Obergefell Patrick Dion Risner '93 Walt Scheller Gregg Schneider Roy Neal Stanton '87 Jerry Tystad Chris Upp '96 Rob Vogel Christopher James Ward '96

Advisory Council, Chemical & Biological Engineering Ernest Kelvin Banks '81 (A) Marvin Borgmeyer '74 Steven Bridges '74 (A) Brian Keith Donley '87 Christopher Isom '85 Daniel Klingenberg '85 Kurt Koelling '88 Philip Woon Yau Ling '92 Jason Blair McHaney '91

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Development Board, Nuclear Engineering Omar Ivan Aguilar '85 Steven Aumeier David Bartine '66 Colin Boardman Carlos Henry Castano Robert Wayne Clark '83 Dennis Croessmann '81 Harold Garner '76 Gerald Goldsmith John Graham Greg Halnon Timothy Herrmann '81 Baard Johansen Seungjin Kim Jeffrey King Ronald King Arvind Kumar Eric Loewen Michael Middleton '82 Tod Moser Gary Mueller '76 Emmy Roos Robert Roussin '62 John Sackett Gerald Schlapper Lisa Ann (Stiles) Shell '94 Erik Frederick Shores '95 Scott Edward Brookshire Sidener '93 Fred Silady Robert Stoddard Preston Swafford Michael Taylor '72 Shoaib Usman Starnes Walker '88 Carl Walter Laurie Waters (A) Samuel Weaver '64 H.J. Zeile

Industrial Advisory Board, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering James Dycus '66 Ronald Griesenauer '70 Randall Harley '72 William Logel Jr. '68 Jorge Ochoa '85 Roger Prewitt '73 David Reinke '72 (A) Donald Wojtkowski '69

Miner Alumni Association Alumni Association Board of Directors Gregory Keith Ardrey '89 Arthur Baebler '55 (A) Paul Baldetti '81 Ernest Kelvin Banks '81 (A) Richard Bauer '51 (A) Robert Bay '49 (A) Jerry Bayless '59 (A) Robert Berry '72 (A) M James Bertelsmeyer '66 Daniel Bohachick '99

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Marvin Borgmeyer '74 Robert Brackbill '42 Jason Bridges '00 (A) Henry Brown '68 (A) David Bufalo '66 (A) Matt Coco '66 Paul Dowling '40 Randall Dreiling '81 (A) John Eash '79 (A) Richard Eimer Jr. '71 (A) Richard Elgin '74 (A) Shawnna Louise (Morris) Erter '00 (A) John Robert Frerking '87 (A) Daniel Frisbee '72 (A) Rhonda (Reed) Galaske '79 (A) Leyla Denise Gardner Jarrod Robert Grant '98 (A) Beth Renee Groenke Rakesh Vathsal Gudavarthy Larry Hendren '73 (A) M Gary Hines '95 Delores (James) Hinkle '75 (A) Michael Hurst '74 (A) Ronald William Jagels '86 (A) Marylou Wade Legsdin '90 Dennis Leitterman '76 (A) Peter Malsch '62 Christopher Martin Mayberry '98 (A) James McGrath '49 H. Edward Midden III '69 Zebulun Nash '72 (A) James Patterson '54 (A) Helene Hardy Pierce '83 (A) Christopher Ramsay '83 (A) Darlene Susan (Meloy) Ramsay '84 (A) Todd Steven Rastorfer '98 Stephen Rector '72 (A) John Remmers '84 Perrin Roller '80 (A) Andrew Charles Ronchetto Susan (Hadley) Rothschild '74 (A) M Nathan Gabriel Rues '02 (A) Robert Scanlon '73 (A) Raj Kanwar Singh Andrew Singleton '00 (A) Gregory Skannal '85 Dale Allan Spence '97 (A) Gerald Stevenson '59 (A) Brian Ronald Tenholder '97 David Tepen '90 LeRoy Thompson '56 (A) John Toomey '49 (A) M Jon Vaninger '63 Breck Ray Washam '90 Susan Elaine Watson-Hajjar '83 (A) Keith Wedge '70 (A) M Janet Louise Wickey-Spence '85

Alumni Association Appointed Committee Members Dewey Allgood Jr. Keith Bailey '64 (A) Linda Boswell Bramel '89 Andrew Careaga (A) Jeffrey Cawlfield Christopher Dew

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Gene Edwards '52 (A) M Richard Elgin '74 (A) Curtis Elmore '86 (A) James Foil '74 (A) Rebecca Marie (Martin) Frisbee '90 Lawrence George '89 Chester Joseph Grohs Edward Hanstein '71 (A) Polly (Reed) Hendren '73 (A) M Wayne Huebner '82 Thomas Francis Hughes '91 Roger LaBoube '70 Cheryl McKay Sarah Moore Melanie Mormile Mark Mullin Calvin Ochs '49 William Joe Peach '75 Elizabeth Ashley Politte Rachel LeighAnn Prewitt Christopher Ramsay '83 (A) Thomas Shipley Kevin Skibiski '75 (A) Joann Stiritz Mary Helen (Hunter) Stoltz '95 Catherine Tipton Norman Tucker '40 Dave Verkamp Jahana Gabrielle White Robert William Whites

Alumni Association Section Officers James Abbott '75 Alycia Ann Ahrens '01 David Allen Akers '99 David Brian Akers '82 Robert Daniel Alferink '98 Ancell Mark Atkins '85 Bret Baldwin '93 (A) Regina (Turner) Baldwin '93 (A) Kenneth Bandelier '97 David Michael Bash '06 Connie Lynn (Meyers) Bauers '02 (A) Jennifer Louise Bayless '89 Jason Beckerdite '02 Michael David Becvar '94 (A) Richard Berning '69 Alex Jerome Berry '03 Tricia Marie (Kuhne) Bohler '93 Frederick Bondurant '69 Erin Elaine Boren '02 Glenn Whiteman Brand '83 Mindy Sue (Woodill) Brand '84 Christopher Brannon '85 Randal Braun '68 James Donald Bridges '00 John Donald Brocke '97 Richard Alan Brown '83 David Bufalo '66 (A) Ryan Lawrence Buschjost '94 Brian Thomas Call '97 Barry Lee Callahan '99 Janet Lynn (Herzberg) Callahan '99

Preston Wade Carney '02 (A) James Carter '66 (A) Erin (Gifford) Chamberlain '01 Christina Rose (Duker) Cook '95 Kamila Jean (Crane) Cozort '85 Clifford Crane '71 Lori Stapp Crocker '88 (A) Sean Joseph Daly '96 Charles Robert Davis IV '01 James DeSpain '61 (A) Eddie Doss '80 Theresa (Jochens) Dowdy '88 Randall Dreiling '81 (A) H. Pat Duvall '62 (A) Curt Eggen '04 Erich Elmer '95 Lindsay Anne Epstein '06 Thomas Feger '69 (A) David Freise '77 Bradley Alden Fulton '88 Matthew Gebhardt '02 Lamar Kohoutek Gerber '95 John Goethe '92 Mark Steven Goldsmith '94 Dirk Lynn Gowin '91 Kevin Hagan '80 William Hallett '55 Gary Hamilton '71 Eric Daniel Hensley '97 Gary Hines '95 Roger Hoffman '62 (A) William Horst '51 (A) M Matthew David Houser '97 Nathaniel Roger Huckabay '03 Alison Elizabeth Ibendahl '05 Nikodem Maria Jedrzejewski '98 Brian Joseph Johnson '02 Ernest James Jones Jr. '82 James Jones '71 (A) Roger Lee Keller '75 Jeremiah David King '06 (A) Gregory Scott Kremer '95 (A) Michelle Kuykendal '05 Michael Shannon Lambert '90 Merritt Langston '50 Adam Robert Lewis '04 John Lina '63 Melanie (Longi) Ewert '07 Stephan Virgil Magenta '99 Peter Malsch '62 Jennifer Lee Marshall '96 Victoria Lynn (Presser) Mattingly '99 Thomas May '66 (A) Christopher Martin Mayberry '98 (A) Laura Ruth McLaughlin '99 Alan Means '80 H. Edward Midden III '69 Bruce Miller '50 M Lori Ann Miller '05 Thomas Karl Mills Jr. '02 Robert Morfeld '69 Jeff Scott Mosher '94 Milton Murry '64 (A) Douglas Reed Niermeyer '89

Kurt Benton Oakes '85 Mark Overmann Jr. '85 Salvatore Pagano '73 (A) Jerry Parsons '70 (A) James Michael Party '78 James Kenneth Pazdera '86 Helene Hardy Pierce '83 (A) Olin Raby '66 Kem Robert Reed '84 John Renz '81 Andrew Rickard '83 James Roberts '81 Curtis Duane Robinson '03 Stephen Saliga '87 Robert Scanlon '73 (A) John Schillie '98 Thomas Schneider '75 Joseph Wade Schumer '92 (A) Jeffrey Seaman '00 Rebecca Seaman Christina Louise Sfreddo '94 Connee Jean (Cagle) Stine '92 Samuel Lee Strackeljahn '03 Sylvia Mae (Skouby) Strackeljahn '03 Aleen Swart '86 Nicole L.M. Talbot '77 (A) Brian Ronald Tenholder '97 Jolie Tenholder (A) Brian Edward Tipton '83 Jason Russell Trent '04 James Raymond Van Acker '98 (A) Jonathan Roger Syler Van Houten '03 Robert Lee Villhard Jr. '85 Michael Warfel '75 Emily Jean Wehmeyer '97 Amanda Jean Withers '99 Paul Woods '96 Steven Eric Young '95 Thomas Zenge '69

Alumni Alliance Arthur Baebler '55 (A) Robert Bay '49 (A) Matt Coco '66 (A) John Eash '79 James Foil '74 (A) Larry Hendren '73 (A) M Darlene Susan (Meloy) Ramsay '84 (A) Susan (Hadley) Rothschild '74 (A) M Jim Snider '98

Alumni Association Public Resource Ambassadors James Anderson '55 Richard Arnoldy '69 Arthur Baebler '55 (A) Ernest Kelvin Banks '81 (A) John Bartel '52 (A) Richard Bauer '51 (A) Robert Bay '49 (A) Jerry Bayless '59 (A) Carroll Bennett '54 David Berg '57 James Berthold '60 (A) Gary Bockman '70 Jesse Bodine '50 (A) Greg Bolon '85 Lucien Bolon Jr. '59 (A)


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Leonard Kirberg '66 (A) M Kraig Kreikemeier '63 Joseph Krispin '54 (A) Harold Krueger '42 M Michelle Kuykendal '05 Richard Laughlin '75 (A) John Lauth '72 Gerald Lee '76 Neil Lewis '58 Russell Lindenlaub '66 Cori Marie Lock '02 Louis Loos II '77 James Lyons '66 John Mathes '67 Heather Cristen McClinton '06 Michael McComas '69 John McFarland Donald McGovern '58 (A) James McGrath '49 Michael McMenus '81 Michael McMillen '67 (A) Edward Arnold Medler '86 Michael Meyer '75 Joseph Mickes '58 John Miles '61 John Moore '57 Cynthia June (Black) Moses '90 Milton Murry '64 (A) Richard Navarro '70 Michael Nelson '69 Gilbert Newberry James Nicks Jr. '77 Amy Lynn Noelker '85 Craig O'Dear '79 Daniel O'Sullivan Jr. '82 John Parker '71 (A) James Patterson '54 Theodore Peachee Jr. '72 Carl Gene Penzel '55 Veo Peoples Jr. '70 Roger Phillips '74 David Plank '59 (A) Kenneth Pohlig '64 Charles Powell '71 Mary Ann Pulley '99 Darlene Susan (Meloy) Ramsay '84 (A) Peter Redel '55 Joseph Reichert '59 Charles Remington '49 Thomas Richter '73 (A) James Roberts '53 Barbara Robertson Susan (Hadley) Rothschild '74 (A) M Todd Wayne Rush '82

Larry Rushing '66 Robert Mark Sauer '83 Harold Andrew Schelin Jr. '66 (A) Charles Schmidt Jr. '67 Michael Schmidt '80 Thomas Schneider '75 Robert Schnell '78 Gary Schumacher '63 (A) Paul Gerald Segura '88 Eugene Sehl Jr. '63 Christina Louise Sfreddo '94 H. Robert Sfreddo '58 (A) Donald Shaw '69 (A) William Shaw '49 Andrew Singleton '00 (A) Randall Lee Skaggs '89 Kevin Skibiski '75 (A) Richard Smith '77 James Spehr '64 Frederick Steele '65 Claude Strauser '69 (A) Larry Strobel '61 Clifford Tanquary '57 (A) Bruce Tarantola '51 (A) Kelley Ann (Jozwiak) Thomas '91 (A) George Tomazi '58 (A) M Max Blair Trueblood Gary Turner '66 James Van Buren '63 Jon Vaninger '63 Richard Vehige '68 William Walker III '84 (A) Glenn Windsor Warren '48 Walter Alan Warren '86 Keith Wedge '70 (A) M Robert Wayne Whitehead '61 (A) Janet Louise Wickey-Spence '85 Robert Williams Jr. '74 Ronald Williams '63 (A) Dyle Wilson '70 (A) Suzanne Acacia (Medlock) Wilson '91 Donald Wojtkowski '69 Lawrence Wolf '79 Robert Zagar '70 Raymond Zook '57

Alumni Association Admissions Ambasadors Daniel Thomas Aiken '06 David Brian Akers '82 Jacqueline Marie (Kopp) Albers '01

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Rex Alford '40 (A) Bruce Allen '77 (A) Michael Dennis Anderson '05 Betty Andreas '58 (A) Ancell Mark Atkins '85 Christopher Austin '86 (A) Samarjeet Singh Bains '05 Paul Michael Balaster '02 Bret Baldwin '93 (A) Cheryl Renee Ball '87 Kenneth Bandelier '97 Ernest Kelvin Banks '81 (A) Connie Lynn (Meyers) Bauers '02 (A) Matthew Edward Bayne '06 Michael David Becvar '94 (A) John Berger '68 (A) Larry Thomas Birkner '84 William Bishop '71 Matthew Frederick Bleckman '04 Jeffrey Bledsoe '82 Daniel Bohachick '99 Tricia Marie (Kuhne) Bohler '93 Robert Bonagurio '78 Marvin Borgmeyer '74 Philip Mark Bottrell '05 Brian Keith Bradley '86 (A) Glenn Whiteman Brand '83 Mindy Sue (Woodill) Brand '84 Christopher Brannon '85 Angel Renee (Spivey) Brondel '01 Henry Brown '68 (A) Richard Alan Brown '83 David Chris Brucker '82 (A) William Brunkhorst II '79 Jeffrey Buck '77 David Bufalo '66 (A) Stephanie Lynn Buffa '03 Ryan Lawrence Buschjost '94 Sarah Anne Butler '05 Samuel Martin Byrd '98 Warren Cadwell '77 Brian Thomas Call '97 Preston Wade Carney '02 (A) Warren Carroll '59 Jason Edward Carter '96 Raul Carvajal '78 Harold Chernoff '83 Phillip Brandon Coleman '02

Christina Rose (Duker) Cook '95 Daniel Jonathan Cool '99 John Cox '79 Kamila Jean (Crane) Cozort '85 Steven Curran '79 Kyle Wayne Darnell '06 Charles Robert Davis IV '01 Mark Dieckmann '82 Daniel Roy Richard Dillard '06 Jack Thomas Donze '00 Amy Marie (Jacks) Eggen '05 Clarence Ellebracht Jr. '64 Thomas Feger '69 (A) Michael Flannigan '81 Bradley Flauaus '94 Lister Florence '95 James Foil '74 (A) David Freise '77 John Furby '65 (A) Jerry Wade Gander '98 (A) Matthew Gebhardt '02 Eric Todd Gentles '02 Denis Patrick Gladbach '94 Adil Godiwalla '66 (A) Mark Steven Goldsmith '94 John Robert Gordon '02 Margaret (Dickerson) Gordon '02 Dirk Lynn Gowin '91 James Grace '76 Jarrod Robert Grant '98 (A) Mark Gredell '79 Rachel Leigh Grodsky '06 Kevin Hagan '80 Daniel Hagen Jr. '04 William Hallett '55 Benjamin Lee Hankins '81 (A) Richard Harwin '80 Ali Hashimi '87 Leigh Ann Hauser '03 Wilfred Hegg '73 Gary Heimbaugh '78 Larry Hendren '73 (A) M Polly (Reed) Hendren '73 (A) M Allen Lee Hentges '93 John Hentges '89 Jesus Hernandez S '78 Russell Herring '59 Yoelit Hannah (Shapiro) Hiebert '81 Gary Hines '95 Delores (James) Hinkle '75 (A)

Steven Douglas Hoernig '93 Thomas Holley '75 (A) Jason Edward Holschen '96 James Honefenger '72 Rex Hopkins '42 Wayne Alan Hopkins '89 Steven Bernard Howard '93 (A) Douglas Hughes '63 Thomas Francis Hughes '91 Bisma Husen '91 Alison Elizabeth Ibendahl '05 Freddie Ipock '76 (A) Nikodem Maria Jedrzejewski '98 Mark Ledrick Johnson '05 Ronald Johnston '73 (A) James Jones '71 (A) James Keebler '75 Roger Lee Keller '75 John Greg Kellerman '82 Christopher Alan Kelly '03 Ted Kelly '77 (A) Duane Evert Keys '00 Curtis Killinger '73 (A) Jeremiah David King '06 (A) Natalie Victoria King '05 Trini King '05 Dan Eugene Klaproth '81 Kathleen Kozak-Miller Michelle Kuykendal '05 Michael Shannon Lambert '90 Richard Langenstein '87 Dennis Leitterman '76 (A) Steven Lett '73 Joseph Marvin Liefer '06 David Little Marie Little Sherry Yan-Shiaw Liu '87 Chin-Hwang Lo '84 Kent Lynn '85 (A) Paul Michael Mack '91 Stephan Virgil Magenta '99 Peter Malsch '62 Keith Khan Mandachit '98 Christopher Keith Marlow '98 Michael Marx '77 Sandra (Turnbough) Marx '77 Dennis Mason '58 (A) Edward Alton May Jr. '83 Thomas May '66 (A) Christopher Martin Mayberry '98 (A)

Average alumni gift made to Missouri S&T in 2007-08 compared to $974 average for all public, research doctoral institutions.

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Joseph McBride '70 Sandra (Hartmann) McBride '70 Robert McCann '80 Heather Cristen McClinton '06 Ranney McDonough '66 (A) John Patrick McGillivray '87 Christine Medley James Medlin '67 (A) Alexandria Latrice Merritt '03 David Louis Meyer '81 Michael Meyer '75 H. Edward Midden III '69 Henry Edward Midden IV '95 Bruce Miller '50 M Lori Ann Miller '05 Rex Miller Thomas Karl Mills Jr. '02 Akinori Miyamoto Mark Moran '77 (A) Diane Morrey Joseph Morrey Robert Morrison Jr. '71 William Moses '59 Jeff Scott Mosher '94 Zebulun Nash '72 (A) Alfred Neiman '53 Parris Ng '00 Fred William Niemeier '95 Michael Lee Noble '91 (A) Michael O'Brien '82 Ronald Ollie '73 Melanie Ann Overholt '00 David Owsley '61 Steven Parks '82 J. Michael Party '78 James Patterson '54 James Kenneth Pazdera '86 Jonathan Perry '87 Russell Pfeifle Jr. '74 (A) Helene Hardy Pierce '83 Jennifer (Wang) Posda '76 Amanda Grabowski Posgai '99 Eric Potts '73 (A) Stephanie Prather '05 Elizabeth Ann (Willis) Ragsdale '00 Larry James Ragsdale Jr. '98 Darlene Susan (Meloy) Ramsay '84 (A) Todd Steven Rastorfer '98 Kem Robert Reed '84 Walter Reed Jr. '69 (A) Kevin Dale Renfro '85 Robert Riess '79 (A)

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Curtis Duane Robinson '03 Nathan Gabriel Rues '02 (A) Melvin Douglas Sachs '86 Stephen Saliga '87 Gualberto Sanchez '78 Sehrazat (Omurtak) Saridereli '81 Robert Meredith Saxer '61 Robert Scanlon '73 (A) Stephen Schade '74 Erin (Kenney) Schillie '98 Philip Monroe Schloss '06 Ryan Schmidt '06 Jeremy Schnurbusch '05 Robert Schoonover '79 Keith Schuette '77 (A) Joseph Wade Schumer '92 (A) Jeffrey Seaman '00 David Thomas Seeburger '03 Christina Louise Sfreddo '94 Marshall Shackelford '76 Susan Marie Simmons '84 Andrew Singleton '00 (A) Gregory Skannal '85 David Skitek '67 Neil Smith '68 (A) Joshua Robert Sneller '05 Boonchuay Srithammasak '93 Michael Steffens '73 Ryan Stelzleni '04 (A) Edwin Paul Stuckey '82 Dawn Marie (Gomez) Stufft '99 (A) Timothy Sutterer '85 Nicole Talbot '77 (A) Michael Taylor '72 Brian Ronald Tenholder '97 David Tepen '90 (A) James Kenneth Thompson '73 Katherine Marie Thompson '06 Pedro Tumialan Dela Cruz '68 Leonor Valdez-Sanchez '05 Jonathan Roger Syler Van Houten '03 David Villafana '70 Leon Virtue '69 Joseph Vitali '59 John Voss '85 Kenneth Lee Voss '96 Jeffrey Edmund Ward '05 Michael Warfel '75 Cornelius Penny Weaver '07 (A)

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Keith Wedge '70 (A) M Todd Alan Wegner '07 (A) Emily Jean Wehmeyer '97 Megan Noel Weston '08 Aaron Matthew Whitney '05 Roger Wiley '70 Ralph Wolfram '50 (A) Robert Wonish '75 Jeffrey Michael Wood '92 Thomas James Yanske '05 Steven Eric Young '95 Thomas Zenge '69 David Ziegler '85 William Ziegler '82

Alumni Association Career Contact & Alumni Network Babar Mohammad Ahmad '01 Scott Wayne Ashwell '95 (A) Tracey Dawn (Davis) Ashwell '95 (A) John Michael Ay '85 Andrew Phillip Bachle '96 Angela Denise (Urbanc) Bachle '95 Bret Baldwin '93 (A) Ernest Kelvin Banks '81 (A) David James Bayless '87 Diane Margaret Butrus '85 (A) Jimmie Clifford '77 Mark Anthony Crawford Jr. '96 Kyle Wayne Darnell '06 Lisa Marie (Peterkort) Derr '99 James William Dietzel '99 Elizabeth Dixon '99 Laura Marie (Schisler) Dixon '90 James Lance Driskill '94 Henry Pat Duvall '62 (A) David Edgar '93 Cassandra Lee Engstrom '92 Robert Michael Fischer '06 (A) Kelli Marie Gist '01 Rachel Leigh Grodsky '06 John Charles Hartleroad '93 Gary Hines '95 Jason Edward Holschen '96 Douglas Hughes '63 Christopher Hull '86 Stephen Allen Ingracia '93 Richard Jauer Jr. '63

Andrew Jay Jeffers '85 Michael Johnson '01 Raghuram Bola Kamath '00 Kishore Prem Khemani '93 Robert Kostelnik '75 Kristi Lynn Kuhlmann '01 Michelle Kuykendal '05 Lisa Elizabeth Lai Fook '99 Joshua Glenn Lawalin '02 Philip Woon Yau Ling '92 Paul Martin Majors '96 (A) Daniel Marley '84 Gregory McClain '72 Heather Cristen McClinton '06 Michael McEnery '85 James Patrick McGrath '88 Casey Patrick Morriss '97 Dale Morse '79 Richard Navarro '70 Carol Ann Nelson '94 Craig O'Dear '79 Erik Shane Ohare '92 John Edward Pearson '88 Helene Hardy Pierce '83 (A) Stephen Rudy Puljak '92 (A) Xiang Ren '04 Robert Schnell '78 Jeffrey Paul Schroeder '95 Randall Schuetz '83 Raymond Michael Seggelke Jr. '93 Paul Gerald Segura '88 Susan Marie Simmons '84 Valerie (Williams) Simpson '84 Gregory Skannal '85 Mary Esther (Nussbaum) Smith '93 Karen Squires '89 Vivek Srinivasan '99 Nathan Philip Staehling '94 William Steinkamp '64 (A) Paul Taylor '58 Kelley Ann (Jozwiak) Thomas '91 (A) Patrick Joseph Toby '88 Kim Wayne Tracy '85 William Luther Unzicker IV '98 Jennifer Lynn (Shay) Walker '99 Katherine Leigh Wasem '99 Jonathan Hale Waters '81 Susan Elaine Watson-Hajjar '83 (A) Willis Wilson '73 Thomas Jacob Wingard '06 (A) Richard Denson Words '00

Number of students in an average class at Missouri S&T.

Alumni Association Class Coordinators Leslie Blumberg '62 Brian Thomas Call '97 John Carter '77 Eugene Fadler '62 Jill (Miller) Finklang '87 Daniel Frisbee '72 (A) Jonathan Richard Grohs '97 Andrew Marshall Jenkins '97 Russell Kamper '62 (A) Shella Dawn Keilholz '97 Jon Kremer '72 Cori Marie Lock '02 Peter Malsch '62 Zebulun Nash '72 (A) Norbert Neumann '52 Stephen Rudy Puljak '92 (A) Nicole L.M. Talbot '77 (A)

Parents’ & Guardians’ Association Deloris Adriano Frank Adriano Tom Alyea Villie Appoo Jim Benedick Pat Benedick Pamela Carte Donna Lee Cartwright Kathy Christy Karla Cole Nick Dimartino Cathy Eimer (A) Richard Eimer Jr. '71 (A) Diane Epstein Steve Epstein Helen Jankowski Bernadette Johnson Trudy Jonas Lisa Kirkwood Jeff Kuhn David Little Marie Little Linda Loebach John McFarland Marilyn McFarland Christine Medley Peter Meeks Veronica Meeks Diane Morrey Joseph Morrey Gilbert Newberry Rhonda Newberry Frankie Petersen Joseph Rapone Susan Rapone Jeff Schussele Sara Schussele Donna Shaw Douglas Shaw Michael Shryock Phyllis Steckel Cathy Voss Tim Voss Judy Ward Thomas Ward Dennis Woltering Beth Worth Fredrick Edward Worth '87


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Alumni Association Office Volunteers Jerry Bayless '59 (A) Donald Brackhahn '93 (A) M Nancy Brackhahn '96 (A) M Matt Coco '66 (A) Richard Elgin '74 (A) Betty Eyberg '50 Lawrence George '89 Charles Hell Wayne Huebner '82 Milton Murry '64 (A) Charles Remington '49 Angela (Beechner) Rolufs '84 (A) Susan (Hadley) Rothschild '74 (A) M Keith Wedge '70 (A) M Mrs. Robert (Julia) Wilson '62 (A)

Athletics Miner Booster Club Officers Jerry Bayless '59 (A) Richard Brow Lee Buhr Scott Caron Floyd Ferrell Judith Hagen Greg Harris (A) Nancy Lentz David Roberts

Miner Booster Club Dewey Allgood Jr. Jerry Bayless '59 (A) Donald Brackhahn '93 (A) M Nancy Brackhahn '96 (A) M Ann Edwards Brown (A) Robert Crowley David Dearth '68 (A) Susan Dearth (A) Caroleen Ferrell Floyd Ferrell Gene Gaddy

Judith Hagen Greg Harris (A) Helen (Allen) Huffman Billy Key (A) Nancy Lentz Rodney Lentz Charles Remington '49 Don Sparlin William Stoltz '68 Max Blair Trueblood Norman Tucker '40

Scorekeepers, Officials & Assistants Frank Blum Lee Buhr A. Curtis Elmore '86 (A) Harold Fiebelman '66 (A) Stan Hines Kenneth Kaunley Megan Kean-O’Brien Lynn McFarland Richard Miller Donald Olds Mark Potrafka Merle Southern '61 (A) Kevin Tharp Sherman Widener Dennis Wilson

Volunteer Coaches Scott Caron Kristina Kay Conley '08 Lindsey Werdell

Volunteer Doctors Keith Frederick Dennis Goodman Glen Johnson Richard Johnston Larry Marti Debbi McCaul Donald McMullin Bob Pearson Michael Sullivan Jim Verhoff

Jackling Jocks Dewey Allgood Jr. Perry Allison '59 Charles Anderson '52 Larry Atha '58 Keith Bailey '64 (A) Carroll Bennett '54 William Beydler '59 George Bock '52 Lucien Bolon Jr. '59 (A) Morris Boren '62 Samuel Bowman III '57 Richard Boyett '58 (A) Donald Brackhahn '93 (A) M Elmer Breidert '50 Eugene Brenning '61 (A) John Brose Gary Broyles '61 Kenneth Cage '63 Kirby Cannon (A) Arthur Keith Cook '42 William Coolbaugh '50 Thomas Cooper '60 (A)

Meet the new president: Perrin Roller This fall, Perrin Roller, GeoE’80, became president of the Miner Alumni Association. Missouri S&T Magazine staff sat down with the vice president of well engineering for Devon Energy to get his perspective about the job. What do you feel is the most important role of the Miner Alumni Association? One of the most important roles of the Miner Alumni Association is to provide a huge, working network for the graduates of this university. This is important because it provides a communications link with the university to keep alumni association members aware of and involved in all of the current Perrin Roller happenings; it helps our members with career networking in their industries; it provides an avenue to provide financial, leadership and recruiting support; and helps keep you in touch with your friends and classmates. What is your role as president? I am more of a team leader and facilitator. Along with the other members of the Executive Committee and with the tremendous help and support of the alumni and development offices on campus, we control the rudder of the ship, so to speak, and continue to steer it in the proper direction. We have a long tradition of high-caliber individuals who have served as president and now continue to serve as past presidents, advising the board. We also have a great tradition of support from those that have volunteered their time to the board and as section leaders and officers. What are your plans for your term? Increase the networking with and among the members of the alumni association. Increase the participation

rate of association members. Build upon the existing support for the university both from individuals and from corporations. What challenges do you see facing the alumni association in the coming years? I see three main challenges. Obviously we are concerned with fundraising due to the economy and the financial markets. Recruiting is also important. With the declining number of students in Missouri, we must begin recruiting more students nationally. I also think the alumni association, along with the university, is in a unique position to help develop new ideas for energy and move them forward, considering the number of alumni in the energy business in some form or fashion. As a graduate of Missouri S&T, how do you feel the university prepared you for your success? One of the keys to success was the development of my critical thinking skills. S&T graduates have always had a reputation of being very good problem solvers. This is a big advantage in any industry. If you could give advice to a new graduate, what would you say? Broaden your horizons and think globally. Realize we are in a global economy and there are numerous opportunities for you as a Missouri S&T graduate around the world. Don’t be afraid to pursue your dreams.

On New Year’s Day, Roller and his family were the first to celebrate the university’s new name. They were hiking around Mount Crichton at Queenstown, New Zealand, near the International Date Line.

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Delbert Day '58 (A) M Jerome Dorlac '55 Donald Dowling Jr. '51 Sidney Duerr Jr. '50 Fred Eckert '50 Gene Edwards '52 (A) M Bill Engelhardt '60 (A) Roger Feaster '57 (A) Neil Fiala '56 (A) Joseph Geers '52 William Geisler '54 James Gerard '54 (A) Charles Germer '55 David Gray '69 (A) Joseph Green '55 (A) Bobby Van Harris '58 Thomas Herrick '58 Arthur Herschbach '61 William Hill Sr. '58 Michael Hillmeyer '61 Lester Holcomb '51 (A) Jimmy Houseman '60 Gene Huffman '52 (A) Dennis Hunnicutt '58 (A) Robert Hunter '58 William Hurlburt '58 Ronald Husemann '59 Robert Jackson '57 (A) Kenneth Jobe '60 (A) Gilbert Jurenka '56 (A) Ronald Jurenka '58 Harry Kennedy '51 (A) Dale Klohr '58 Thomas Koederitz '53 (A) Joseph Krispin '54 (A) James Lemon '63 Jimmy Lemon III '61 James Marble '61 (A) Don Matson '52 John McCarthy '55 (A) Charles McCaw '62 (A) Donald McGovern '58 (A) Ed McPherson '58 Gerald Metcalf '59 Charles Miller '57 (A) Robert Dean Moss '62 Mark Mullin Kenneth Murdock '62 James Murphy '56 M Marvin Nevins Jr. '41 (A) Wallace Northup '58 Dale Orrick '56 (A) Ray Parker Jr. '60 (A) Herman Pfeifer '36 M Robert Proctor '52 * John Rasche '58 Robert Reichelt '49 Dale Rockwell '57 Lynn Rockwell '59 Donald Roth '57 Ray Rucker '54 Joel Scharf '59 (A) Arthur Schmidt '50 Roger Schoeppel '52 (A) Roy Sharp '61 James Shildmyer '56 (A) Alvin Shwartz '48 (A) Paul Singer '58 Max Smith '59 William Stoltz '68 Robert Sucher '58 (A) John Sullivan '62 John Summers '55

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John Theiss '51 Richard Thurston '51 (A) Carlos Tiernon '54 Norman Tucker '40 Michael Vancil '60 William Varga '59 James Ware '56 Charles Weitzel '55 Newton Wells '59 (A) Robert Wheeler III '62 William Wheeler '60 Louis Whitehair '59 Paul Wiegard '63 Alden Williams '50 (A) Hugh Wilson '59 (A) James Wilson '40

Public Radio KMST Advisory Board, Public Radio KMST Mary Jo Barbush-Weiss Vicki Cox Bruce Harrill Andrew Layton Larry Mullen Virginia Ryle Kaemmerer Cheryl Seeger '80 Gregory Stratman

KMST Volunteers Diana Ahmad (A) Helen Allen Shirley Andrews Hugh Bartlett Morgan Bearden Amy Ann Beechner-McCarthy '91 Marsha Belvo Deb Bledsoe Shawn Bleiler Donald Brackhahn '93 (A) M Nancy Brackhahn '96 (A) M James Brown '72 Jere Cadoret Donia Kay Camarena Ruth Canfield Andrew Careaga (A) John F. Carney III Sally Carpenter Vincent Carpenter Richard Cavender Jeffrey Cawlfield Jeff Cohen Daniel Collier Connie Eggert Charles Elliott Sammye Elliott Betty Eyberg '50 Robert Fossey Dolores Gaub Lawrence George '89 Jay Goff Rebecca Guthrie Maureen Anne Hall '95 Richard Hall Greg Harris (A) Barbara Johnson

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Cecily Jones Aimee Larkins Linda Laudon (A) Daniel Edward Levine '07 Ray Lockhart Stephen Malott (A) Kathryn Malters Lois Ann Marler Lorraine McFarland Maureen Meara Donald Miller Gloria Miller Susan Mills '95 (A) Andrew Modlin '08 Roberta Ellen (Brown) Morgan '87 Larry Mullen Richard Myers Suzanne (Deardorff) Paule Leland Perry Gail Phelan Robert Phelan Khan Alfred Powell '06 Donnie Priest '66 Bonnie Prigge Cathy Kovarik Primm William Ricker Marcia Ridley Ruth Robertson Paul Rueff Virginia Ryle Kaemmerer Cheryl Seeger '80 Ronald Selfors Jeanne Senne * Tammy Snodgrass Andrew Stewart William Thomas Stoltz '91 (A) Suzanne Vaughan Loretta Wallis Amy Wilson Brock Wommack

Other Volunteers

Advisory Board, Family Series

Chancellor’s Leadership Academy Speakers

Emily Brickler Martha Dinsdale Cheryl Goltz Stephanie Hanson Lucille Myers Christopher Waller Pam Williams John Woodfin

Richard Arnoldy '69 Robert Chapman Philip Chen '65 Mark Krahenbuhl '79 (A) Steven Malcolm '70 Susan (Hadley) Rothschild '74 Randyl Stuckemeyer '70 Kent Weisenstein '60

Campus Performing Arts Advisory Committee, Campus Performing Arts Series Abigail Alby Emily Brickler Pat Carney Bonita Prock Robert Schwartz Joann Stiritz Mary Helen (Hunter) Stoltz '95 Leila Thomas Janet Walker Christopher Waller John Woodfin

Theatre Ushers Leslie Anderson Anita Beasley Marsha Belvo Ann Edwards Brown (A) Cynthia Hobart Susan Kellems '91 Fred Krueger '58 Mary Pat Krueger Mary Kwantes Bob Petry Wanda Petry Marian Pruitt Marsha Ray Ann Renner Steve Skelton Linda Taylor Walter Timson

A message to our readers Lists have been sorted by preferred name, rather than nickname. While we have made every effort to list all who made gifts, we may have overlooked a donor or volunteer. If you find an error or omission, please notify:

Stephanie Martensen 212 Parker Hall Rolla, MO 65409-0460 573-341-6685 • 573-341-4700 (fax) Email: smarten@mst.edu


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DONOR PROFILE

Philip and Diane Wade

The gift of giving back photo by Don C. Harris Photography

Philip Wade, PetE’71, believes in giving back, and what better way to do so than to provide opportunities to students and researchers at his alma mater? Wade, now the founder and chief executive officer of Bluegrass Energy in Tulsa, Okla., has been a long-time supporter of Missouri S&T. Last summer, Wade and his wife, Diane, gave more than $50,000 to the university. In August, the Wades made their largest commitment yet to Missouri S&T with a pledge of $250,000. “I have been very fortunate with any success I have had, and I owe a debt of gratitude to the people and institutions who have influenced me,” Wade says. “I have no doubt I can be thankful for the degree I got at Missouri S&T that enables me to do what I am doing. Missouri S&T provided the opportunity for me to learn and develop during my formative years.” Of the Wades’ donation, $100,000 will support Missouri S&T’s Energy Research and Development Center (ERDC). The ERDC’s mission is to increase the visibility of energy issues while enabling teams of scientists, engineers and policy makers to address and solve key energy issues. This mission is important to Wade, who believes in exploring alternative energy while continuing to use existing energy sources. “From our country’s point of view, we need to develop technology in the future to meet our energy needs for our economy’s and society’s well being,” Wade says. They also established the Philip and Diane Wade Endowed Scholarship for students with high financial needs. These are students whose income combined with that of their families is less than $40,000 annually. Thirty-two percent of Missouri S&T’s students fall into this category. Finally the couple funded the Philip and Diane Wade Geological Engineering Trips, which are in the process of being arranged. Wade says no matter where his dollars go, he’s happy to support Missouri S&T. “One of the things I’ve tried to do with my contributions is to help the university in ways it sees fit to enhance itself in providing a quality education to our students who will be our future leaders,” Wade says.


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