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m a g a z ine A P u b l i c ati o n o f t h e m iner a l u m ni a ss o c i ati o n representin g a l u m ni o f m s m , u m r a n d m iss o u ri S & T

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Miner Alumni Association Representing more than 50,000 alumni worldwide

President

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:

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

Services:

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.

Perrin R. Roller ’80, Spring, Texas (roller@miner.mst.edu)

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

Jerry R. Bayless ’59, Rolla, Mo. (jerryb@mst.edu)

ASSISTANT TREASURER

Richard L. Elgin ’74, Rolla, Mo. (elgin@rollanet.org)

SECRETARY

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@bp.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: John Keating ’73, Lakeland, Fla. (jmkeating@aol.com) 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 ’72, 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: Marylou Legsdin ’90, Springfield, Mo. (legsdin@sbcglobal.net) Areas 10-18: chris ramsay ’83, Rolla, Mo. (cramsay@mst.edu) Areas 10-18: Andrew M. Singleton ’00, Ballwin, Mo. (andrew.m.singleton@miner.mst.edu) Areas 10-18: Breck Washam ’90, Ballwin, Mo. (bwasham@burnsmcd.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: Daniel jackson ‘90, San Diego, Calif. (djack1003@cox.net) Area 22: David Bufalo ’66, Denver (djbufalo@msn.com) Area 23: tom harrison ’74, Danville, Calif. (drlg1@aol.com) Area 24: Peter Malsch ’62, Enumclaw, Wash. (windycreek@tx3.net)

Student representatives

Stephanie rostad, Student Council President (slr6f4@mst.edu)

ravi akella, Graduate Student President (rcaq5c@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. (hemiddenIII@worldnet.att.net)

past presidents

Arthur G. Baebler ’55, St. Louis Richard H. Bauer ’51, St. Louis (rhbswb@att.net) Robert D. Bay ’49, Chesterfield, Mo. (rdbay673@yahoo.com) Robert T. Berry ’72, St. Louis (rberrytwin@aol.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, Houston, Texas (zebnash@sbcglobal.net) 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

Tiffany davis, Administrative Assistant (davis@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) Marianne A. Ward, Executive Vice President, Miner Alumni Association (mward@mst.edu)

To take advantage of these offers, or for more information, contact the alumni office:

Miner Alumni Association Mission and Goals

Miner Alumni Association Missouri S&T 107 Castleman Hall 400 W. 10th St. Rolla, MO 65409-0650

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.

Phone: 573-341-4145 Fax: 573-341-4706 Email: alumni@mst.edu Web: http://alumni.mst.edu

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MISSION

GOALS

• Increase alumni pride in their association with Missouri S&T and the Miner Alumni Association. • Increase alumni involvement, especially that of young alumni. • I ncrease alumni contributions, both in the n­ umber 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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contents WINTER 2009

Profiles

Alumni volunteers:

alumni profile......... 4 Matt Coco

we couldn’t do it without you

friends, family, food

donor profile.........97 Susan and Sandy Rothschild

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Betty Eyberg:

Giving with no strings attached

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James Bertelsmeyer:

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Bay and Bauer:

Stay connected Visit Missouri S&T Magazine online at http://magazine.mst.edu for more interactive features. And stay connected to your alma mater through these online resources: The Miner Alumni Association: http://alumni.mst.edu Campus news: http://news.mst.edu Missouri S&T in the news: http://delicious.com/MissouriSandT Photos from campus: www.flickr.com/MissouriSandT Follow Missouri S&T on Twitter: www.twitter.com/MissouriSandT Be a fan of Missouri S&T on Facebook: www.facebook.com/MissouriSandT

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wearing many hats creating connections

addressing the needs

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John Eash:

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I need a volunteer ... STAT!

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With a (lotta) help ... from our friends

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Zebulun Nash:

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Preston Carney:

a focal point for S&T and Boeing

an idealistic engineer

more than an OK (section) volunteer

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Departments

Statement of Ownership, Management, and Circulation (required by 39 USC 3685)

homecoming 24-27 association news 28-31 section news 32-35

1. Publication Title: Missouri S&T Magazine 2. Publication Number: 323-500 3. Filing Date: 09-15-09 4. Issue Frequency: Quarterly 5. Number of Issues Published Annually: Four 6. Annual Subscription Price: -0- 7. 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. None 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 2009 15. Extent and Nature of Circulation: a. Total Number of Copies (Net press run):

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39 Future Miners 41 Weddings

Average No. Copies Each Issue During Prededing 12 Months

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)

No. Copies of Single Issue Published Nearest to Filing Date

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93 -044,921 -0978 978 45,899 201 46,100 99.6%

16. Publication of Statement of Ownership: Publication required. Will be printed in December 2009 issue of this publication. 17. Signature and Title of Editor, Publisher, Business Manager, or Owner:

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________________________________ (Executive Vice President) date 12/01/09. 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

m a g a z i n e 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 News & features contact: Phone: 573-341-4328 Fax: 573-341-6157 Email: news@mst.edu

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MINER ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT perrin r. roller, ’80 EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Marianne Ward Missouri S&T Magazine is written, edited and designed by the staff of the Missouri S&T Communications Department and the Miner Alumni Association. EDITORS Joann Stiritz (Design & Production) Mary Helen Stoltz, ’95 (News & Features) Marianne Ward (Alumni)

ASSOCIATE news EDITORS Andrew Careaga Lance Feyh Linda Fulps John Kean Mindy Limback Associate alumni EDITORs Linda Fulps Stacy Jones Elaine Russell

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.

contributing writer Megan Kean-O’Brien

Missouri S&T Magazine is printed by Maury Boyd and Associates and Quebecor World in Midland, Mich. Covers are printed on 7 pt. cover #2 Opus Matte; interior pages are printed on 70 lb. text #2 Opus Matte.

Design & Production Megan Kean-O’Brien Melpo Mankin

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

Staff Photographer B.A. Rupert

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Letter to the editor

From the editor Marianne Ward Alumni Editor

If I could sing well, I’d belt out Sister Sledge’s “We Are Family,” but I would paraphrase the lyrics to say “I got all my volunteers with me.” Fortunately for all of you, this is in print and not live or in a podcast. My lab-mix Greta only wishes she could be so lucky. (I have to bribe her with Milk Bones – preferably the tri-color ones – just to stay in the room while I sing.) Like family members who gather at the holidays, our volunteers are known on a first-name basis: Betty, Bob, Dick, Chuck, Charlie, Dixie, Don, Nancy, Matt, Zeb, Jim, Sue, John, and the list goes on. Each brings a special talent and a unique perspective to the table, and a place setting is reserved for them at their second home in Rolla. (The ornery ones still have to sit at the kids’ table.) The head of that table changes every two years when a new president takes over the Miner Alumni Association’s Board of Directors. Regardless of where they live, presidents find themselves commuting to campus several times a year – for board meetings, executive committee meetings and commencements. Unique to this organization, past presidents serve by remaining active and dedicated, ready to lend their sage advice and a helping hand. (Some refer to it as a life sentence. I like to think of it as the opportunity of a lifetime.) Seriously, alumni, friends, spouses and students help us tremendously – more because of who they are, than the assistance they provide. No one can have a bad day when Betty Eyberg steps into the room. Her positive, contagious spirit and zest for life spread to those around her. She wears many hats throughout the year, but best models how to handle tragedy and triumph with equal grace. The profiles on the pages that follow provide only a glimpse of the great volunteers who make up the Miner Alumni Association. Hundreds of volunteers drive the association and propel its success – whether it’s in Rolla or in sections around the world. This issue is dedicated to all alumni and spouses who volunteer their support in so many capacities on campus. We thank each and every one of the volunteers who make up our family.

I’m writing to thank Mary Helen Stoltz for her great item in the last Missouri S&T Magazine. I graduated in the class of 1982, and I, too, had Clyde Wade as my English professor. He was one of the best professors I have had. I had many amazing professors during my time at Missouri S&T and he was among them. Thank you for that acknowledgment! Many thanks again for this issue ... what a great tribute to the MANY incredible teachers at Missouri S&T that impact our lives forever. Paul Stricker, LSci’82 San Diego, Calif.

Correction: Alden Williams, from the class of ’50, was mistakenly included with the class of ’51 in the memorial section of the Summer issue. His memorial is as follows: Alden Williams, PetE’50, was on the football team and played in the Corn Bowl. He retired from McDonnell Douglas Corp. in 1986. He, his wife Lois, and his friends from the class of 1950 attended Homecoming festivities every five years from 1975-2000, after which they increased frequency to every two years. (Oct. 28, 2008)

The world would be a different place without… Missouri S&T alumni have jobs all around the world – some, in outer space. They have invented telecommunications equipment and mining processes, discovered ancient fossils, led major corporations, and helped bring clean water to developing nations. For more than 135 years, graduates of what is now known as Missouri S&T have accomplished great things. Things that have changed our world. Now we want you to tell us about them.

Next spring, Missouri S&T Magazine will convene a panel of alumni and faculty leaders to help us highlight the most influential graduates of Missouri S&T. Profiles of these alumni will appear in a special publication to be mailed with the magazine’s Summer 2011 issue. We’re looking to you, our alumni, for recommendations. In your opinion, which alumni have most changed our world? Log on to http://alumni.mst.edu/VIP and tell us.

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alumni profile

Matt Coco

photo by B.A. Rupert

Matt Coco, CE’66, knows a lot about transformations. It’s something that he learned as a young child in his grandmother’s kitchen by watching his diminutive grandmother take four simple ingredients ( flour, yeast, water and salt), knead them together and transform the dough into a delicious bread. “I can always remember my mother saying that her bread was better than her mother-in-law’s because hers contained eggs,” Matt Coco says. “But I loved to eat my Grandma Coco’s bread.” Then Matt left his neighborhood in Affton, Mo., to study at the university in Rolla. He joined Phi Kappa Theta fraternity, where he enjoyed the camaraderie of living in the fraternity house. “I majored in classmates when I was at Rolla,” Coco says in jest. “If you were looking for me back then, you’d find me in the fraternity house. I’m very social and I just always enjoyed the campus.” Coco’s college days also included a co-op with a state highway department, where he began his work in the construction field. His time in Rolla also saw a tranformation for the university. “When I started school it was MSM. When I graduated it was UMR. And now it’s Missouri S&T, which I love,” he says. “But Rolla has always been my second home. If I could have found work in Rolla, I would have lived there.” Instead, he married Kathy and moved back to his old neighborhood in Affton. He went to work for McCarthy Brothers Construction for two years, then joined Alberici Constructors. He rose through the company until he retired in 2006 as vice president of the building division. 4

friends, family, food Throughout his career, Coco remained connected to the university, both through his fraternity and the alumni association. “I was always energized to see the graduating seniors when I went back to campus to recruit for our company,” he says. “They were so excited and ready to tackle the world. Compared to the other campuses, Missouri S&T graduates were a step ahead of the crowd – prepared to meet the challenges of the world.” Coco says he gets the same charge when he visits campus, whether it’s for Homecoming or St. Pat’s weekends. “People need to come back and catch up with their fellow alums,” he says. “Whether they made friends by sharing a lab together, living in the same boarding house or playing in band, they should come back to campus. They should see how it has grown and changed.” Despite his retirement, Coco remains busier than ever, speaking to prospective Missouri S&T students, volunteering with Boy Scouts and in his parish, serving on the St. Louis County Building Code Review Committee, and planning his high school class’s 50th reunion. And he hasn’t given up on duplicating and experimenting with one of his grandmother’s recipes. Although their grown sons don’t share the interest in perfecting the bread recipe, you can find the whole family in the kitchen together in the fall of the year, making 75 pounds of Italian sausage and 600 ravioli from scratch. “It’s a family tradition,” Coco adds. “We’ve got a love of good food in our genes.”

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Say What

“A change from gas-powered vehicles to electric cars, for instance, means the engineering has to totally change. The mechanic at the shop has to change. The public mindset has to change.” – Suzanna Long, assistant professor of engineering management and systems engineering, discussing research on sustainability, supply chains and transformational changes.

“The prospect of developing a new and better product for highway construction makes this research both exciting and important. The project will evaluate new ways to reduce our need for crude oil products in future road construction.” – David Richardson, associate professor of civil, architectural and environmental engineering at Missouri S&T, in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch story about how the guayule shrub could be used to help pave roads.

“We need to know how much carbon dioxide the formation can hold, and the economics of storing it.” – Shari Dunn-Norman, associate professor of geological sciences and engineering, in a Springfield News-Leader article about S&T research that will help City Utilities of Springfield, Mo., determine if it is feasible to sequester carbon dioxide gas in underground sandstone formations.

“This would have cut a person in half.” – Graduate student Phillip Mulligan, MinE ’07, in a PhysOrg.com article discussing the results of a test he conducted as part of his explosives engineering research. Mulligan is studying improvised explosive devices to help develop better armor to protect against shrapnel.

by the numbers

307,968 Number of times the university website, www.mst.edu, was visited by off-campus readers, in July 2009

1,263 Number of visits to www.mst.edu in July 2009 that came to the site via Facebook, www.facebook. com/MissouriSandT.

6,815 Number of students enrolled in Missouri S&T for the fall 2009 semester.

25’4” Length of the World Track and

Field Championship long jump by Tyrone Smith, Hist’07. Smith finished 17th in his flight during the competition’s qualifying round, placing 32nd overall.

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Missouri S&T’s ranking among public universities in U.S. News & World Report’s “Great Schools, Great Prices” listing, published in the magazine’s 2010 guidebook, “America’s Best Colleges.”

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etty Eyberg:

wearing many hats

by Linda Fulps, fulpsl@mst.edu

photo by B.A. Rupert

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Betty Eyberg ���������������� ery day, usually mid-morning but sometimes as late as 12:30 p.m. She has mail to open and checks to stamp and it must be done quickly so the alumni staff can do their jobs. This is her third stop today. She’s already done water married. “There are fraternities on either side,” she says. aerobics and spent a couple of hours escorting patients “We moved because it was so noisy!” around the local hospital. She was a student here for two years and continued But of all of her volunteer activities, this is her favorite. her education as she moved with her husband and family “When I have to give up something, this will be the last to around the country. She earned her degree in education go,” she says. “The alumni staff here is wonderful. I wouldn’t from Wichita State University. volunteer if it weren’t for them.” Eyberg helped found the Ozark Actors Theatre (OAT) The feeling is mutual from the Miner Alumni Association in Rolla, which hosts professional theater productions, and staff. “Betty is an inspiration,” says secretary Joni Matlock. the ACORN program (A Community Organization to Restore “She has incredible energy and loves everybody.” Nature), which has implemented walking trails throughout the In addition to “wearing many hats” while volunteering town. “We came up with both names at my kitchen table,” in a variety of positions around town, she says. Eyberg also never leaves her house She has also been a 45-year “I stopped by the without actually wearing one. “I wear member of the local chapter of the National one every day so my brain doesn’t ���������� Society of the Daughters of the American freeze in the winter or melt in the where she is also involved in said I needed a job. Revolution, summer.” conservation and comm����������� She has volunteered throughout the Eyberg has had her share of I’ve been working campus since her husband, Walbridge ������������� w years. She’s ever since.” Powell Eyberg, ChE’50, died in 1986. lost two of her seven children. She wasn’t “I stopped b��������������� expected to recover from an aortic needed a job. I’ve been working ever since.” aneurysm in 2000, and a broken ankle a few years ago Eyberg’s connection to the university runs deep. Her slowed her down considerably. father, James J. Bowles, Chem 1910, and uncle, John H. Her health problems didn’t keep her down long, though. Bowles, MinE 1908, helped bring the St. Pat’s tradition to In fact, she still travels������������ e days Rolla. Alums include her husband’s grandfather, Walbridge snorkeling and swimming with stingrays on a trip to Belize H. Powell, MinE 1901; his mother, Mary P. Eyberg, Chem’32; with her son and his two children. “There’s a great scuba her son Carl Eyberg, Psyc’74; and her grandson, James diving school there,” she says. “I wanted to get cer������ Eyberg, GGph’95. my grandchildren, but my doctor wouldn’t sign the release.” Her husband grew up in the house that is now the Chi Eyberg will tell you she’���������������� Omega sorority house on Pine Street. He was living there enjoys. Maybe so, but fortunately for S&T and Rolla, what when he met Betty, also a student at the time, at the St. Pat’s she enjoys makes this a better place to work and live. celebration in 1948. They liv������������� y were Time’s up. She has to go now. The mail is calling.

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James E. Bertelsmeyer:

creating connections by Mary Helen Stoltz, mhstoltz@mst.edu

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photo by Bob Phelan/Photomasters

When Missouri S&T classes started this fall, the Miner Alumni Association gained eight ne���� workers. The��� , write thank-you notes to alumni donors, make copies and run errands. At Homecoming, they were busy working – setting up and taking down tables, welcoming alumni and their guests back to campus and performing countless other tasks. But these workers aren’t on the payroll. They’re student volunteers. Hailing from all over the country, these volunteers share a common trait. They are all recipients of a scholarship endowed by James E. Bertelsmeyer James E. Bertelsmeyer, ChE’66. In 1998, Bertelsmeyer, retired founder, chair and CEO of Heritage Propane Partners in Tulsa, saw a need to build the membership ranks of the Miner Alumni Association. The best way to accomplish that, he thought, was to develop connections with students before they graduate and “I feel that giving demonstrate the importance of staying involved with their alma something in return mater. The process, he thought, would cultivate the next generation of alumni leaders. is important to To accomplish his task, Bertelsmeyer, a past president of student development.” the Miner Alumni Association, established a scholarship to help Missouri S&T students with tuition expenses. He asks all recipients to v�������������� , even if it is only a couple of hours a week. “I feel that giving something in return is important to student development,” Bertelsmeyer says. Each year the scholarship supports two freshmen, two sophomores, two juniors and two seniors who have all chosen to wor����������� . Most Bertelsmeyer MISSOURI S&T magazine | WINTER 2009

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Bay and Bauer:

addressing the needs

by Lance Feyh, lfeyh@mst.edu

Two of the most consistent longtime donors to campus are Robert Bay, CE’49, and Richard Bauer, ChE’51. The pair has obviously seen plenty of changes on campus. And they stay involved in order to help ensure that those changes are the good kind. “There were only a handful of women and minority students photo by B.A. Rupert scholars also volunteer to join in 1951,” Bauer says. Richard Bauer (left) and Robert Bay Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow, the Of course, math and science share stories at the dedication of association’s student chapter, so they aren’t “just for the boys” anymore. Centennial Hall during the 2008 can offer additional assistance to the Now, about 25 percent of the Homecoming Weekend in Rolla. campus community and the alumni students at Missouri S&T are association. women. This represents one of the highest populations of female students “Without our Bertelsmeyer among technological research universities in the U.S. scholarship students, we couldn’t The percentage of African Americans and other minorities on campus has accomplish all we do,” says Marianne also risen dramatically, thanks in part to the Minority Engineering Program. Ward, executive vice president of the Lots of other things have changed, too. Take it from Bay, who remembers Miner Alumni Association. “We have a what life was like when he was a student. “The campus had no dormitories and limited budget and they provide extra no place for students to gather for leisure activities,” he says. “We lived in private hands and healthy perspective. They rooms, attics, basements, garages or fraternities. Our meeting place was Scott’s are wonderful.” Drug Store in downtown Rolla.” So far, Bertelsmeyer’s plan has Missouri S&T recently opened the Havener Center and the Residential worked. At least if you ask the current College������������������ ved. But Bauer and Bay still see room crop of scholars. for more change. Among the university’s needs, they cite: additional athletics and ��������������� recreational facilities, new scholarship funds and more support to attract and has very much inspired me to be an retain world-class faculty. active alumnus and give back as much But where is the money going to come from? This is where Bauer and Bay, time and money as I can,” says Steve both active volunteers, past presidents of the Miner Alumni Association, and Puzach, a senior in civil engineering. staunch supporters of S&T, really zero in on the need for alumni to be even “Some members of our fraternity and more involved. Unfortunately, the university can’t count on state support like it I have decided to start our own could in the past. A lot of the burden has shifted to alumni. scholarship fund someday. We would “Little did any of us recognize years ago that state funds would diminish and also encourage the recipients of that every campus would be dependent upon gifts for survival,” Bay says. “We must award to v���������������energize our alumni. They are the key to addressing the needs.” at least as much as we did, because we know what a great experience it is.” MISSOURI S&T magazine | WINTER 2009 9

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ohn Eash:

a focal point for S&T and Boeing

by Andrew Careaga, acareaga@mst.edu

As a high school student, Chip Moll was already interested in the aerospace industry – and already planning to attend Missouri S&T – when he visited the Boeing Co. in St. Louis. He was there to “shadow” a Boeing employee for a class assignment. Turns out Moll couldn’t have shadowed a better advocate for his future college and career. Moll, EMgt’06, had John Eash, AE’79, MS EMgt’90, as his tour guide of Boeing’s manufacturing facilities. At that time Eash was working in the manufacturing side and also volunteering for the Miner Alumni Association in various capacities. Now the director of supplier quality for Boeing’s Integrated Defense Systems, Eash is beginning his fourth year as Boeing’s “executive focal” for Missouri S&T. It’s a volunteer job – endorsed and supported by Boeing – that keeps him almost as busy as his executive position. As executive focal, Eash is the main liaison between Boeing and S&T. He consults with university leaders on everything from research partnerships and employee recruitment to scholarships and continuing education. He coordinates the annual Chancellor’s Reception at Boeing, 10

where alumni throughout the St. Louis area are invited to meet with Chancellor John F. Carney III. He hosts an annual Boeing Scholars Banquet in Rolla to recognize approximately 130 students who receive scholarships from the company. He’s working with Harvest Collier, vice provost for undergraduate studies at Missouri S&T, to create a mentoring program to help strengthen relations between Boeing and its S&T co-op students. For the past decade, he’s also helped manage an annual reception at Boeing for 30 to 40 prospective S&T students and their parents. “We have a great group of alumni here at Boeing who volunteer their time to answer questions and share their experiences.” Eash began his volunteer role in the early 1990s, when alumni who worked for what was then McDonnell Douglas decided to form a special section of the alumni association.

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Chip Moll (left) and John Eash in the James S. McDonnell Prologue Room at Boeing.

active in the Order of the Golden Shillelagh major donor McDonnell Douglas merged with Boeing in 1997, and that alumni group eventually merged with the association’s society, serving on the OGS Executive Committee. Why does Eash volunteer? St. Louis Section. ��������� olved “The time I spent at Rolla “Once you understand the impact with the alumni association �������������� y volunteers have on prospective professional career and has left board in 1995, after Alissa Gallagher Whetsel, EMgt’81, me with lifelong friendships,” students’ lives, then giving back ... he says. “I feel it’s important to MS EMgt’83, a board member is very gratifying and rewarding.” provide that same opportunity at that time and the wife of one of Eash’s Tau Kappa to future alumni.” Epsilon fraternity brothers, But there’s another motivation. “Once you understand the impact volunteers have James Whetsel, ChE’81, MS EMgt’83, suggested he volunteer. As a board member, he’s worked with the on prospective students’ lives, then giving bac�������� association’s Alumni Alliance (the board’s lobbying arm) and or through volunteering your time – is very gratifying and rewarding.” speaker’s bureau. He now serves as a vice president of the association and chairs the reunion committee. Eash is also MISSOURI S&T magazine | WINTER 2009 11

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I need a volunteer ... STAT!

by Andrew Careaga, acareaga@mst.edu

Some of Missouri S&T’s most active volunteers aren’t even ������ ws up to make an announcement or tour a lab. alumni. Yet. “Anytime we need students for anything, they’re available,” They are members of STAT – Students Today, Alumni Ward says. Tomorrow, a student organization designed to strengthen Kimberly Earl, a senior biological sciences major and past the ties between current S&T students and alumni. president of the organization, enjoys every aspect of her STAT “It’s a great way to network with alumni and get your experience – whether it’s the “random errand-running” for the foot in the door,” says Micah Weber, a senior in computer alumni association or helping coordinate a new event, such as engineering and STAT the dinner STAT sponsored president. “It also helps last spring to support a us learn more about the faculty talent show university and why it’s fundraiser for S&T’s important to give back.” Engineers Without STAT was established Borders chapter. in 2006 to “foster relations “That event, to me, was between alumni and students the epitome of what STAT and to help connect our stands for: gathering our students with our most alumni and students involved alumni,” says together and letting alumni Marianne Ward, executive know about the good things vice president of the Miner going on with another Alumni Association and campus organization,” the group’s advisor. STAT Earl says. members get to rub elbows While the opportunity photo by B.A. Rupert with alumni at Homecoming, to network with alumni was St. Pat’s, OGS Weekend and Weber’s main motivation for In the green polos, left to right, STAT members Brandon other gatherings. At the joining STAT, he’s since Boies, Kimberly Earl, Marianne Ward (advisor), Micah alumni association’s annual come to appreciate the role Weber and Matt Crinnian at the Opening Week barbecue. scholarship banquet each spring, alumni play in supporting STAT students serve as table hosts for the alumni donors. the campus. “I really didn’t know how much went on behind STAT members are also among the campus’s most active the scenes,” he says. “I didn’t know how much our alumni volunteers. The organization’s 53 students help stuff envelopes support the students and the university.” ���������� , set up tables and chairs for events, clean With these insights, Weber, Earl and their fellow STAT up after them, and show up whenever or wherever a crowd of members will be well-positioned to support their university students is needed on campus, such as when a government as alumni. 12

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With a (lotta) help ...

from our friends by Linda Fulps, fulpsl@mst.edu

It takes many hands to make light work and to create a community of support for S&T students and alumni. Without the help of volunteers, mailings wouldn’t be as prompt; events wouldn’t run as smoothly (there’d also be no one to show visitors the way to the facilities at commencement). These individuals enrich the university experience for students and staff. It really couldn’t be done without them. The following standouts spend many hours helping the association, bringing along a wealth of knowledge and experience: • Chuck Remington, ME’49, MS ME’50, retired in 1989 as a longtime mechanical engineering professor at S&T. He and his late wife, Agnes, began volunteering shortly after his retirement. Remington enjoys livening �������������� , especially on Tuesdays when he just might bring brownies from the “pie lady” at the farmer’s market. His is a familiar face, and voice, to many. Elaine Russell, external relations manager, tells of a recent campus visit by an alumnus and his family. “Jeff Buck, ME’77, was here from Houston and he recognized his former professor, Chuck, by his voice,” she says. “Everyone seems to know him.” • Charlie Hell, a volunteer for more than 11 years, is the son of the late John “Pat” Hell, MinE’33. He left his hometown of Rolla to work at AT&T in St. Louis, then retired to Florida. Hell returned to Rolla after 45 years and says former high school classmate, John Smith, CE’51, got him involved with the ������ . Remington and Hell are popular with the students. At the senior pizza party, Stacy Jones, internal relations manager, often hears from students “those older guys at the registration table are so much fun.”

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Left to right: Dixie Finley, Nancy and Don Brackhahn, Chuck Remington and Charlie Hell. • Dixie Finley, Psyc’68, widow of Charles B. Finley, former head football coach at S&T, is the newest ������� olunteer. She retired after 25 years as a counselor for Rolla schools and now enjoys working with the alumni staff and volunteers. “The people are friendly, helpful, gracious and very appreciative,” she says. • Don and Nancy Brackhahn volunteer around campus and the community. Don retired in 2002 after 17 years as director of alumni

affairs and constituent relations at S&T. “We’ve developed great friendships with alumni here over the years,” says Don. “We want to give back some of what we’ve received from the university and the community.” The Brackhahns attend Homecoming and other events, and as many Miner sporting events as they can. Nancy served as president of the Miner Booster Club for six years and continues as a member of its board. “It helps us keep in touch with alums and friends,” she says.

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ebulun Nash:

idealistic engineer

by Lance Feyh, lfeyh@mst.edu

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Zebulun (Zeb) Nash, ChemE’72, got interested in engineering as a kid, thanks in part to the space race. By age 12, Nash had read up on what it is that chemical, mechanical and electrical engineers actually do – and this, he will remind you, was before the Internet. Three years after the Eagle landed, Nash earned for the creation of a Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship a chemical engineering degree at Missouri S&T. “That’s at S&T. It took 20 years, but that scholarship endowment something we need again in this country, a national emphasis became a reality. Nash also established and still supports the on science and technology to get young people excited about Georgia Mae Smith Nash Endowed Scholarship – named to careers in math and science,” says Nash, honor his mother – for chemical engineering who recently retired from his position as students. manager of ExxonMobil Chemical’s plant Nash is also devoted to giving his time in Baytown, Texas. to the university. He is a past president of In addition to possessing a lot of the the Miner Alumni Association, and he has pragmatic qualities of the stereotypical served the association’s board of directors engineer, Nash has always been something as vice president, president-elect and chair of an idealist. He believes in big dreams, of the Annual Fund Committee. He is whether they involve going to the moon or currently a member of the Missouri S&T making the Earth a better place. That’s Board of Trustees and the Chancellor’s why he was a Peace Corps volunteer in Advisory Committee on African American Kenya from 1976-78. And that’s why he Recruitment and Retention. continues to be such a strong proponent Not long ago, when S&T needed a of public education. speaker for freshman convocation but “I think the key need for all didn’t have the funds to hire someone, universities is to somehow change the Nash volunteered to do it for free. The mindset that higher education is not worth speech, predictably, w���������� Zeb Nash in Kenya working funding at the level needed,” Nash says. information about what the incoming for the Peace Corps. “Too many people believe that it is the freshmen could expect along with a dose ����������������������� y for it – of idealism. Nash quoted the Rudyard Kipling poem, If, to r�������������� .” help make his points. Nash, who also has a master’s degree in business “I still remember one of the students coming up to me administration from the University of Washington, is more that morning, saying how homesick and afraid he had been, than willing to do his part when it comes to helping new but that my talk made him feel better and now he was generations of students at Missouri S&T. Back in college, he committed to staying,” Nash recalls. “My eyes watered up. was one of the original individuals who started raising funds We don’t often get moments like that in life.”

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Preston Carney:

more than an OK (section) volunteer

by Megan Kean-O’Brien, keanmm@mst.edu

Like many other alumni, Preston Carney, CE’02, MS CE’03, realizes that his success is due in large part to the quality education he received from Missouri S&T. And he hopes that his support ensures future students are given the same opportunities he had as a student. Carney giv������������� ersity – he joined the Order of the Golden Shillelagh donor society while he was a graduate student at Missouri S&T – but for him, support is more than writing a check. “Being a volunteer means a chance to give something back to the university. I was for������������� om the support of others as a student. Now it is my turn to do something in return,” he says�������������� t that alumni provide to the university is very important, there is also a lot to be gained by the donation of a little time.” But for this Wallace Engineering structural engineer, a donation of a “little time” is an understatement. Carney’s diverse volunteer experience includes being a member of the OGS Executive Committee and president of the Miner Alumni Association’s Oklahoma Section. �������������� ws me to associate with fellow alumni in the area,” explains Carney. “The activities that sections offer help keep alumni engaged in the current state of the university.” Carney is also involved as an Alumni Admissions Ambassador, attending college fairs for high school students in his local area of Tulsa, Okla. “These events allow me to encourage high school students to e��������� engineering,” says Carney, “W������������ t that former member of the Steel Bridge Team. “And more alumni provide to the university a������ , the unique opportunities that Missouri S&T is very important, there is also a offers, from its quality education to the vast number of design teams.” lot to be gained by the donation student With numerous volunteer hours already logged, of a little time.” luckily for Missouri S&T, there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight. “Although I do not know of���������� volunteer for next) at this time, I am sure there is one out there,” explains Carney. “Knowing that today’���������� om our efforts is the driving force.” Carney credits other alumni volunteers as his inspiration for continuing his support. “If we all do our part, we will continue to have a successful and involved alumni association to support this great university.” 16

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around campus

Political turmoil postpones EWB trip to Honduras The overthrow of Honduras’ president last summer disrupted plans for S&T students to make a humanitarian trip to that country in August. But the students hope the situation will stabilize enough for them to make their trip over the semester break. Some 20 members of Missouri S&T’s Engineers Without Borders student chapter had planned to travel to Santiago, Honduras, a town of about 6,000, Aug. 2-12 to continue work there to improve drinking water systems. Last year, they installed a 2,000-gallon water tank in Santiago, built rainwater collection systems and provided water filters for individual homes. But the team put its plans on hold after Manuel Zelaya was ousted by the Honduran army and flown into exile. EWB President Katie Fritts said the team hopes to travel to Santiago over the break. Their plans include installation of a rainwater collection system, improving communication between the group and area residents, and completing project plans that include the installation of a pump to bring water from a spring at the bottom of a steep ridge to the village above. More information about Missouri S&T’s EWB chapter is available online at www.ewb-mst.org.

Winds of change Towering above S&T’s Stonehenge, the campus’s memorial to ancient science and engineering, stands a new wind turbine capable of generating enough energy to power up to 90 percent of an average household’s needs. The turbine, installed on Aug. 13, is used primarily for student instruction and research. “We don’t get as much wind in Missouri as they do in other parts of the country,” says Curt Elmore, GeoE’86, associate professor of geological engineering and one of the researchers responsible for the turbine. “But this obviously allows us to demonstrate the capabilities of wind technology.” The Skystream turbine, which has a rotor diameter of 12 feet, sits on top of a 33-foot monopole tower. The Skystream was procured by the Energy Research and Development Center at Missouri S&T. As for its location by the Stonehenge replica, Elmore likes the juxtaposition. “It’s cool to see the progression from ancient engineering to modern engineering in basically one place,” he says.

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Fabulous freshmen

SMARTNUMEROUSDIVERSE

They’re the Missouri S&T freshman class of 2009, one of the biggest and brightest in our 139-year history. This year’s crop of first-years includes five students who have perfect ACT or SAT scores. The class average ACT score is 27.7, among the upper 10 percent in the nation and a tick above the previous year’s average. The average high school grade point average is 3.78, and more than two-thirds of the new students have a GPA of 3.5 or higher. This year’s freshman class, the third-largest in S&T’s history, also includes 268 women, an increase of 30 over last year.

Fundraising program honored The Missouri S&T development team’s fundraising efforts have earned national recognition from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education. Missouri S&T received the 2009 CASE Circle of Excellence Award in July as one of the nation’s eight most improved fundraising programs. The award recognizes overall improvement in educational fundraising programs based on data submitted to the Council for Aid to Education’s “Voluntary Support of Education” survey. This is the second time Missouri S&T has earned this national award during the university’s $200 million, seven-year Advancing Excellence Campaign. The university also received the award in 2005. “Success in fundraising takes hard-working fundraisers, exceptional alumni relations specialists and creative marketers,” says Connie Eggert, vice chancellor for university advancement at Missouri S&T. “But Missouri S&T excels because of our remarkably integrated advancement operation. We employ innovative researchers, meticulous gift processors, detailed event experts, caring donor relations staff and collaborative annual fund professionals. Add to that loyal alumni and dedicated faculty and staff and our results compound each and every year.”

Book notes Quakers in Barbados Distinguished Teaching Professor of History Larry Gragg’s latest book, The Quaker Community in Barbados: Changing the Planter Class (University of Missouri Press), examines how the first Quaker settlers in the New World lived among the slave trade on the island of Barbados in the 17th century.

The horror! The horror! Staff member Duane Barton has been writing horror stories since the first grade. His first collection of horror stories, The Dark Playground, was published last summer by Publish America. When he isn’t writing scary stuff, he’s the chief clerk in S&T’s civil, architectural and environmental engineering department.

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research

The future of solar: cleaner process, better cells Future innovations in solar energy could be percolating in at least two Missouri S&T labs, where researchers Lifeng Zhang and Jay A. Switzer are working on separate projects. For Zhang, an assistant professor of materials science and engineering, the research involves recycling silicon waste created through the manufacturing of solar cells. Switzer, meanwhile, is figuring out how to “grow” atomic-scale zinc oxide crystals on top of silicon, a process that could lead to more efficient solar cells. While solar power is touted as a green alternative energy source, the manufacturing process creates a lot of waste. As much as half the silicon used to make solar wafers ends up discarded as a silicon slurry. “There’s no reason to waste it,” Zhang says. “We have to find a way to recycle it.” To do so, the silicon powders must be separated from bigger, non-recyclable particles in the slurry. One promising method may involve electromagnetic separation. Silicon, like metal, is conductive in a liquid state. Zhang proposes liquefying it at high temperatures. He says electromagnetic equipment could be used to separate the non-conductive particles from the heated slurry. The silicon slurry would then be considered “clean.” The project is officially funded for one year through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and support from private partners. If Zhang can prove his methods work, there is a good chance that the research will continue to receive support for another three years. While Zhang works on cleaning up the process, Switzer is leading an effort to make a new nanomaterial that could be used for future solar cells. Switzer, the Donald L. Castleman/Foundation for Chemical

Jay A. Switzer’s work with nanomaterials could lead to more efficient solar cells.

Research Professor of Discovery in Missouri S&T’s chemistry department, reported recently in the journal Chemistry of Materials that his process for growing zinc oxide on silicon could also lead to new materials for ultraviolet lasers, solid-state lighting and piezoelectric devices. Switzer likens the process to “kind of like growing rock candy crystals on a string.” Instead of using sugar water and string, however, the researcher grows the zinc oxide “nanospears” on the single-crystal silicon placed in a simple wet lab environment, using a beaker filled with an alkaline solution saturated with zinc ions. This process yields tilted, single-crystal, spear-shaped rods that grow out of the silicon surface, like tiny spikes. Zinc oxide is a semiconductor that both absorbs and emits light, so it could be used in solar cells to absorb sunshine as well as in lasers or solid-state lighting as an emitter of light. Silicon is also a semiconductor, but it absorbs light at a different part of the spectrum than zinc oxide. By growing zinc oxide on top of the silicon, “you’re putting two semiconductors on top of each other,” thereby widening the spectrum from which a solar cell could draw light, Switzer says. “You can absorb more light and possibly get more power out” with a zinc oxide-silicon solar cell, he says. Switzer’s research is supported through a four-year, $700,000 grant from the Department of Energy’s Office of Basic Energy Sciences, Materials Sciences and Engineering Division. Switzer’s co-authors for the Chemistry of Materials paper are Guojun Mu and Rakesh V. Gudavarthy, both graduate students in chemistry, and Elizabeth A. Kulp, Chem’00, PhD Chem’09, a postdoctoral associate.

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Explosive counterterrorism Grad student Phillip Mulligan is trying to make improvised explosive devices more powerful with the idea of eventually making them less deadly. “We are trying to perfect our version of the explosive device,” says Mulligan, MinE’07, now pursuing a master’s degree with an emphasis in explosives engineering. “We are trying to create the best device we can, so we can learn how to develop the best armor possible.” But first, he needs to know just how powerful the little bombs can be and what kind of damage they can do. That’s why he’s making his own. Out at a small quarry at the Missouri S&T Experimental Mine, Mulligan blows up the IEDs he made and captures the explosions with high-speed cameras. For security reasons, he won’t let anyone take photos of the small bombs or video them, but he’s happy to talk about his research. Mulligan’s IEDs are made of PVC, copper and, of course, explosives. When detonated, the copper plate explodes into shrapnel that flies everywhere. The main slug, though, travels at 6,000 feet per second in a pre-determined direction. The objective here is to shoot the main slug at an 1,800-pound, three-inch-thick sheet of steel that Mulligan has placed 20 feet away from the IED. By way of demonstration, Mulligan ties one of his IEDs to three wires that suspend it in the air in front of the target. Then he instructs onlookers, all wearing safety helmets and ear plugs, to take cover with him behind a protective barrier about 200 feet away. Mulligan shouts “Fire in the hole!” three times. Then a terrifying explosion occurs. Those behind the barricade wait for tiny pieces of hot copper to stop raining from the sky before returning to the blast site.

Phillip Mulligan blows up IEDs at Missouri S&T’s Experimental Mine quarry.

The IED is gone; there’s nothing left of it. The copper shrapnel on the ground around the site is larger than the small pieces that were falling from the sky near the shelter. “This is something we want to study,” Mulligan says. “How big is the shrapnel and why? We need to see how it behaves.” Mulligan uses high-speed cameras to capture the explosions. One of the cameras, which is protected by a panel of special glass, shoots 10,000 frames per second. The images can be used to determine the speed and behavior of projectiles. Mulligan’s research advisor is Jason Baird, PhD MinE’01, an explosives expert who is an associate professor of mining engineering at S&T.

Greener rubber hits the road In the early 1980s, author William Least Heat-Moon chronicled his travels on America’s forgotten routes in Blue Highways. Today, some Missouri S&T researchers are working on making the nation’s highways green – or at least greener. David Richardson and Mike Lusher of S&T’s civil, environmental and architectural engineering department are looking at ways to use rubber and resin from the guayule plant to help pave roads. They’re trying to determine if guayule (pronounced why-YOU-lee) can be used as a source of renewable material in the production of asphalt. About 93 percent of the roads in the United States – or 5.3 million miles – are paved with asphalt. According to the researchers, guayule could replace petroleum-based products that are currently used for highway construction.

“The prospect of developing a new and better product for highway construction makes this research both exciting and important,” says Richardson, an associate professor. “The project will evaluate new ways to reduce our need for crude oil products in future road construction.” Richardson, CE’71, MS CE’73, PhD CE’84, and Lusher, CE’96, a senior research specialist, are working with Yulex Corp., which develops natural rubber materials from the guayule shrub for use in medical products and green energy production. The two-year study is funded in part by a national cooperative highway research program called Innovations Deserving Exploratory Analysis. Other partners include the National University Transportation Center at Missouri S&T and the Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association. MISSOURI S&T magazine | WINTER 2009 21

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sports

by John Kean | jkean@mst.edu

As Zlatan Hamzic stepped onto the blocks for the finals of the 200-yard breaststroke at the NCAA Division II Championships in March, there was more on his mind than just competing for a national title. A year earlier, Hamzic, now a junior in applied mathematics and economics from Pancevo, Serbia, had finished second in the event as a freshman and was among the favorites to win the race in 2009. He was carrying the weight of those expectations on his shoulders before the race even got under way. “I remember that Coach (Doug) Grooms was really confident about the race,” Hamzic says. “He was smiling and asking me, ‘Are you ready?’ I think it only made me more nervous. I’m just kidding. It felt good that my coach was confident in me, but I was still nervous. The previous year I was second behind the current record holder, Jakub Jiracek, and now that he was gone I was the favorite.” That same year, Hamzic received the tragic news that his father had died on the third day of the NCAA Championships. “It threw me off balance,” he says. “I barely had any sleep the night before the 200-yard breaststroke and it was really hard to pull myself together. But with the help of my teammates, Coach Grooms, my mom and my brother, I managed to get back into the pool and do the race. I remember Jiracek telling me after that race, ‘200 is yours next year, my friend,’ so I couldn’t let him down, right?” Staying with the plan Grooms put in place for him, Hamzic took over the race after the second turn and won by a whopping 2.82 seconds in a school-record time of 1:58.03. Although he didn’t quite reach Jiracek’s NCAA record, he had something even more special – a national championship, the first ever on an individual basis for a Missouri S&T student-athlete. “In my mind I dedicated that race to my father, Mehmed, and I couldn’t stop myself from thinking about him,” Hamzic says. “As I was swimming, I knew that I just had to do all the things I’ve practiced with Coach Grooms and that my swimming tactics would come through. “The experience was wonderful,” he says. “I was so happy that I didn’t let Coach Grooms down and that everything we did in the last two years fell into place to win the national title. It’s a beautiful feeling to be first. Any athlete will tell you that, but to be the first S&T student to win first place in an NCAA individual race feels even better. And of course the cherry on top is receiving that trophy that says ‘Champion’ and that little NCAA plate colored in gold.” Where is that trophy? It’s back in Serbia, where Hamzic returned this summer to compete in the World University Games. It sits on a shelf next to a vice-champion trophy where, as he says, “My mom can show it off to all of her friends.” 22

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International competitions for former, current Miners

New coaches join S&T lineup

Two Missouri S&T athletes – one current and one former – competed in major international sporting competitions this summer. Tyrone Smith Hist’07, a former All-America competitor at Missouri S&T who competed at the 2008 Olympic Games in China, took part in the World Track & Field Championships in Berlin, Germany, and current Miner swimmer Zlatan Hamzic competed in the World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia. Smith ranked 17th in his long jump flight during the qualifying rounds, but only the top 12 overall finishers out of the 45 competitors advanced to Saturday’s finals. While competing at Missouri S&T, Smith earned three All-America awards in the long jump, including national runner-up finishes in the 2006 NCAA Division II Outdoor and 2007 Indoor Championships. He won the Great Lakes Valley Conference championships in both the indoor and outdoor long jump in 2006 and again at the 2007 indoor meet where Smith also repeated as the league’s indoor triple jump champion. Smith’s performance at the 2006 GLVC indoor meet earned him the league’s “Athlete of the Year” award after he won the long jump, triple jump and took third in the 55-meter dash. He is the current school record holder at Missouri S&T in both the indoor and outdoor long jump as well as part of the outdoor 4x100-meter relay. Hamzic competed in the 50-yard breaststroke in Belgrade, but his time of 29.21 seconds was only good for third in his heat of the event and above the 28.23 seconds required to reach the finals. During the 2009 NCAA Division II Championships, Hamzic won the national championship in the 200-yard breaststroke and earned four All-America awards – he was also part of the Miners’ medley relay teams that finished among the top eight at the national meet – to go along with the four All-America awards he landed as a freshman in 2008. He was the national runner-up in the 200-yard breaststroke in his first season at S&T. Hamzic also won three titles during the New South Intercollegiate Swimming Championships, winning both the 100- and 200-breaststroke along with the 400-medley relay. (See story at left.)

Two new coaches have joined the Missouri S&T staff. Kyle Rutledge took over as the new assistant coach in track and field and Joey Goodson has been named the new assistant for the men’s basketball program. Rutledge, a three-time All-America performer in the pole vault at Missouri Southern State University and most recently an assistant coach at Johnson County Rutledge Community College, takes over as the assistant track coach for Bryan Schiding, who served for six seasons in the position before stepping down to become Missouri Southern’s assistant track and field coach. Goodson Goodson, a former player and assistant coach at Saint Francis University in Pennsylvania, is filling the vacancy on the staff of new head coach Jim Glash, who was elevated from the assistant’s role after Dale Martin stepped down as the Miners’ head coach following the 2008-09 season. During his playing career, Goodson served as a team captain for all four seasons and started in 62 of the 105 games he appeared in, making his mark as a top defensive player and playmaker. He finished with 73 career steals and 193 assists while averaging 4.5 points per game. He was third on the team in steals in his senior year despite missing a good portion of the season with an injury. In the 2004-05 campaign, Goodson was named as the Northeast Conference’s “Defensive Player of the Year.” Goodson followed his playing career with a three-year stint as the assistant coach for the Red Flash.

S&T finishes in top one-third in final Learfield Sports Director’s Cup standings Missouri S&T’s scoring performances at the NCAA Division II Track & Field Championships have allowed the university’s athletics program to finish in the top one-third of Division II in the final Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup standings for the 2008-09 season. The S&T track teams both had competitors score at the national meet, resulting in 93.5 points to be added to the school’s point total for the season. Missouri S&T finished with 233.5 points for the year, buoyed by the swimming team’s third-place showing at its national meet in March. As a result, the final score put Missouri S&T in 91st place in the final standings among the 291 institutions competing at the NCAA Division II level. Missouri S&T ranked sixth among the teams from the Great Lakes Valley Conference this season. Indianapolis had the highest ranking among the GLVC schools as it came in fifth place, while Northern Kentucky was 17th and Drury finished in 27th place.

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Chancellor Medal

Bob Bay, CE’49, received the Chancellor Medal at Homecoming. The award recognizes an individual for long-term dedication to the university and the state. Pictured with Bay are (left to right) Connie Eggert, vice chancellor of university advancement, Susan Rothschild, CSci’74, president-elect of the alumni association, and Marianne Ward of the alumni association.

Class of ‘49

Bo Blankenmeister, EE’49, Fred M. Springer, ME’49, George M. Anderson, MinE’49, and Jack Ehrler, ChE’49, came back to S&T for Homecoming, 60 years after graduating.

Homecoming royalty During halftime of the Homecoming football game, Maggie Moore, a senior in applied mathematics, was named Homecoming Queen. Daniel Ryan, a senior in mechanical engineering, was named Homecoming King.

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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. Susan Rothschild, CSci’74, president-elect of the alumni association, is pictured with the recipients.

Alumni Achievement Award

Alumni Merit Award Other Awards Outstanding Staff Member Award:

Tina Malchert

Outstanding Section Award: Houston Section, Houston

James Leonard, EE’76, Steven Wunning, MetE‘73, Steven Parks, EMgt‘82

Frank H. Mackaman Alumni Volunteer Service Award

Aaron Greenberg, CE’50, Roger A. Dorf, ME’65 Accepting on behalf of Mr. Greenberg was Phil Jozwiak, CE‘66. Mr. Greenberg passed away two days after the awards dinner.

Phoenix Award:

Carolinas Piedmont Section, Charlotte, N.C.

Outstanding Student Advisors Award

Alumni Admissions Ambassador of the Year

Kurt Kosbar, Shari Dunn-Norman, Harold Wagner, Phys’68, MS EMgt’74, MS CE’76, Hank Pernicka**

Lori Stapp Crocker, AE’88

Robert Saxer, CE’61, MS CE‘62*

Robert V. Wolf Alumni Service Award

Distinguished Young Alumni Award

Class of 1942 Excellence in Teaching Award

Jeffery Volz with George Bradshaw, ME’42**

David Schepers, EE’75, Jean Holley, CSci‘81*

Honorary Life Member

Brady Hays, CE’98, Patrick Chapman, EE’96, MS EE‘97, Scott Preston, CE’97, MS EMgt’02, Kent Lowry, ME’92

Joe Mooney Distinguished Student Award

* Robert Saxer is pictured with Rance Larsen, director of admissions. David Schepers and Jean Holley are pictured with Dottye Wolf, widow of Robert V. Wolf, ME’51, MS ME’52. ** Pictured with Student Council President Stephanie Rostad Blaine Higbee, Brandi Andersen**

Peter & Betty Jane Kinyon

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Fitness Center Dedication Returning alumni joined campus officials and student athletes for the dedication of the Missouri S&T Fitness Complex during Homecoming festivities in October. Funding for the renovation of the 35,000-square-foot facility was provided through a $1 million gift from the Anheuser-Busch Foundation, a $250,000 pledge from Roger Dorf, ME’65, and his wife, Sandy, and a $1.25 million match by students, who devoted an existing capital fee for facilities to the project. The formal dedication ceremony, held outside the facility’s glass-front entrance, included remarks by Mark Mullin, director of athletics at S&T; John Mills, ME’85, director of brewery operations at Anheuser-Busch; Dorf, retired vice president and general manager of Cisco’s Broadband Wireless Unit; and Stephanie Rostad, a senior in civil engineering and architectural engineering and student body president. Following the ceremony, guests toured the state-of-the-art facility, which includes dedicated varsity fitness areas in addition to the general fitness area.

Celebrating a Leader Gary Thomas Memorial Garden During his tenure as Missouri S&T’s eighth chancellor, Dr. Gary Thomas led the campus to significant growth in student enrollment. An avid gardener, he also improved the campus’s curb appeal, ensuring that the beauty of the Ozarks was reflected in the campus landscaping. During Homecoming this fall, faculty, staff, students and community members joined returning alumni and Dr. Thomas’ family (pictured below) to honor him with the dedication of the Gary Thomas Memorial Garden. The garden, located at the northwest end of Toomey Hall, east of the Havener Center, was commissioned by the Missouri S&T Board of Trustees and funded primarily by gifts from the trustees, Kate Thomas, daughter of Dr. Thomas, and the S&T mechanical and aerospace engineering department, as well as other donors.

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association news

STAT hosts opening week barbecue

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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Home sweet home The Miner Alumni Association Board of Directors voted on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2009, to acquire property to begin the process of building an alumni house. For more than 100 years, Rolla alumni have returned to campus to celebrate St. Pat’s, Homecoming, sporting events, award ceremonies and reunions. These events take place all across campus and, quite frankly, all across Rolla. An independent alumni house would serve as a “place to call home” for alumni, students and friends. This warm and welcoming building will showcase the accomplishments and memories of Rolla alumni and the history and traditions of this great institution. The alumni house will be a source of history and pride, symbolizing the dedication of alumni to the recollections and aspirations that bind them. It will be a place where returning alumni connect with one another as well as beloved faculty and current students at alumni celebrations; dinner gatherings before sports events, concerts and lectures; and key student events such as receptions for freshman convocation and senior graduation or career networking workshops. The $2 million building will include dining and social areas, a media lounge and game room, courtyards and gardens, an alumni library and archives, meeting rooms, and offices for the staff of the Miner Alumni Association. A location will be announced once the real estate has been acquired.

Miner

1870 Circle

Have you given �1,870 or more to Missouri S&T in your lifetime? If so, you have reached the 1870 Miner Circle. Members of this special recognition group now have the opportunity to purchase this handcrafted, sand�cast beer stein to proudly display in their home or office for �50.

Alumni take leadership roles in association During its annual Homecoming meeting on Oct. 24, the Miner Alumni Association approved the following board members: The following directors-at-large have agreed to continue to serve: Stephen Rector, ’72, ’73 Dale Spence, ’97, ’05 The following area directors have agreed to continue to serve: (Area 7) Gregory Ardrey, ’89 (Areas 10-18) Shawnna Erter, ’00 Jarrod Grant, ’98 (Area 19) Jason Bridges, ’00, ’03 (Area 20) Delores Hinkle, ’75

The following area directors are newly elected: (Area 4) John Keating, ’73 (Areas 10-18) Christopher Ramsay, ’83, ’85 (Area 21) Daniel Jackson, ’90 (Area 23) Tom Harrison, ’74

The university has changed a great deal since its founding in 1870, but the loyalty and generosity of our alumni have remained constant. Thank you again for your continued support.

To join, go online to http://giving.mst.edu, choose “other” and note that you want to purchase a mug, or call 573�341�7677. Six dollars from each mug purchase will be considered a gift to Missouri S&T.

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Space talk NASA astronaut Sandra Magnus, Phys’86, MS EE’90, returned in March 2009 from a four-month stay aboard the International Space Station. Magnus returned to campus to deliver the keynote address during the 2009 Homecoming festivities. During her stay in space, Magnus answered questions and reported on her stay on the blog http://spacebook.mst.edu. For more Homecoming news, see page 24.

Student organizations receive funding

Dye Scholarship recipients

The student organization funding subcommittee of the Miner Alumni Association’s Student and Young Alumni Relations Committee awarded $1,700 to the following student organizations for fall 2009 projects: Society of Women Engineers – $500 National Residence Hall Honorary – $200 Solar Car Team – $500 Solar House Team – $100 Human-Powered Vehicle Team – $200 Robotics Competition Team – $200 The Robert E. Dye Mining Engineering Scholarships this fall were presented to the following mining engineering seniors: Zack Degraffenreid, Jessica Austin, Michael Anderson and Bobby Austin. They are pictured with Samuel Frimpong (center), chair and professor of mining and nuclear engineering. The endowment was established through the 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.

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2010 St. Pat’s schedule of events Monday, March 1 – Wednesday, March 4 All day – Snake Invasion, Missouri S&T campus

Monday, March 8 Noon – Follies, at the Puck

Tuesday, March 9 Noon – Follies, at the Puck

Wednesday, March 10 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 11 11 a.m. – Gonzo Games, Intramural Fields (tentative)

Friday, March 12 11 a.m. – Gonzo Games, Intramural Fields (tentative) 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 13 6 a.m. – S treet Painters Breakfast, Private 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. – P arade, Downtown Rolla on Pine Street Immediately following the parade until 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 and dollar beer. In keeping with the tradition, 102 pizzas will be served in celebration of the 102nd Best Ever St. Pat’s. Come early to get your slice. 1 p.m. – G rateful Board Concert, Rolla Downtown Bandshell, 9th and Oak streets near the railroad tracks 5 p.m. – D oors open for St. Pat’s Concert, Gale Bullman Multi-Purpose Building (band to be announced) 6 p.m. – S t. 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. – D ance, featuring a live band Tickets are $45 per person and tables of up to eight may be reserved in advance. Reservations will be accepted until Friday, March 5, 2010. For more information, or to make reservations, please visit http://thestpatsball.com.

102nd 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 13, at the Alumni Lounge in Castleman Hall, 10th and Main streets. Stop by for hot cinnamon rolls and beverages and reconnect with your fellow Miners. Complimentary coffee, juice and cinnamon rolls will be served. Beer and Bloody Marys will be available at a cash bar. Make plans to travel to Rolla for St. Pat’s or attend one of the section events in your area. Help make the 102nd celebration the Best Ever!

Post-Parade Party Immediately following the St. Pat’s parade on March 13, all alumni, their families and guests are invited to come to the Alumni Plaza outside Castleman Hall, 10th and Main streets, for the 102nd St. Pat’s celebration. In keeping with the tradition, 102 pizzas will be served. Come early to get your slice. Dollar beer will be available until 2 p.m.

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section news

Alumni, family and friends gather in 54 sections around the world. Here is a glimpse of their activities.

chicago June 28 – Schaumburg Flyers vs. Kansas City T-Bones Baseball – Schaumburg, Ill. Attendees included Dan ’06 and Katie ’06 Aiken; Jared ’04, ’06, ’09 and Anne Brewe with family; and Tommy Mills ’02, ’04. Missouri S&T representative: Courtney Wallace.

enchanted June 12 – Sandia Summer Intern and New Alumni Barbecue – Albuquerque, N.M. Attendees included William Atkins ’05, ’07; Jon Blount ’09; Tim Boyle; C. Dennis Croessmann ’81; Duane Dimos; Josh Eads ’08; Patrick Edgett ’09; Roland Freidank ’38 and family; Bill Hammetter; Joshua Jacob ’05, ’06; Joy Stein ’05; Chuck Travelstead ’74; Jason Trent ’04, ’06; Michael Vahle ’71, ’73; Jonathan Roger Van Houten ’03, ’04; Jim and Joan ’73 Woodard; and Channy Wong and guest. Missouri S&T representative: Robert Schwartz.

springfield July 25 – Springfield Cardinals vs. Northwest Arkansas Naturals Baseball – Springfield, Mo. Attendees included Quinton and Haylee Bogner; Jacob Bradley ’04; Catherine Bray; Seth Coggin ’98; Chad Essary ’98, ’00; Brent ’94 and Nicole Fullerton; Tim ’92, Mallory and Jeanette Grant; Glen Greer ’64; Keith Hammett ’00; Shirley Holt; Amy Hunt ’07; Dustin ’07 and Beth Mitchell; Traci Morgan ’00; Jack Munsey ’67; Ashley Nickolausen; James Okumu ’09; Mark ’08 and Sandy Snyder; Beth Spears ’08; Steve ’98 and Amie ’98 Squibb; Terry Towers ’65; and Brent Wynn ’98.

st. louis

falls of the ohio Springfield Section, Springfield, Mo.

We want your section news Submit your section news by March 31 to alumni@mst.edu for inclusion in the Summer 2010 issue.

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July 16 – Louisville Bats vs. Durham Bulls Baseball – Louisville, Ky. Attendees included James Abbott ’75, ’76; Dirk Gowin ’91, ’98; Gary ’71 and Ellen Hamilton; Bob O’Brien ’54; and Bob O’Brien Jr.

northeast ohio June 13 – Cleveland Indians vs. St. Louis Cardinals Baseball – Cleveland Attendees included Brian ’04, ’05 and Alexis ’04 Mitchell; Steve ’87, ’89, ’93 and Linda ’89, ’93 Saliga; and Mark ’73, ’75, ’77 and Deborah Smith.

July 11 – Night at the Races – Fairmount Park – Collinsville, Ill. Attendees included Tom ’87, ’92 and Melissa Abkemeier; Bob ’81, Karla, Holly, Hailey and Hope Benson; Randy Dreiling ’81; Aaron and Katie Eller; Jeff ’73 and Aurelia Hartenberger; Les ’70, ’75, ’94 and Bonnie Hoeckelman; Bob ’66 and Cathy Hogue; Mel ’61 and Sharon Ingram; Gene ’62 and Mary Kotthoff; Mike ’78, ’88, ’05 and Karen ’79 Ludwig; Milt Murry ’64, ’80; Dan, Sarah ’00 and Hannah Palmer; Sharon Panian; Fran Pellegrino; Daniel Plosser; Loy ’66 and Sharon Roberts; Dale ’56 and Barbara Schillinger; Tim ’90, ’94 and Faith Schroeder; Blaine ’74 and Dee Dee Stone; Ryan ’94 and Sophia Stough; Al ’57, ’59 and Joan Wentz; Jim ’81, ’83 Whetsel and Lisa ’81, ’83 Gallagher with Kevin, Christopher, Catherine and Ryan Whetsel; and Curt ’85 and Sue ’87, ’93 Wiseman.

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Scholarship Golf Tournament June 20 – Scholarship Golf Tournament – Wolf Hollow Golf Club – Labadie, Mo. $2,175 was raised for the St. Louis Section Endowed Scholarship for S&T students.

2009 Little Mack recipient Ted Kelly ’77, pictured above with Marianne Ward of the Miner Alumni Association.

1st Place Team, A flight

1st Place Team, A flight: Pictured above, left to right Bill Vondera ’88, Lex Lindholm, Bennie Gregory, Tim Schmidt 1st Place Team, B flight: Pictured right, left to right Dave Suiter ’74, ’99, Tim Hackett, Joe Norris ’82, Jim French 2nd Place Team, A flight: Daniel DeWeese, Dave DeWeese ’81, David Strubberg ’81, David Strubberg Jr. 2nd Place Team, B flight: Chris Hooley, Todd Monroe ’03, Jon Press ’00, Rob Sutton ’98, ’00

1st Place Team, B flight

Closest to Pin: Daniel DeWeese, Ron Dutton ’74, Steve Figueroa, Todd Monroe ’03 Men’s Longest Drive: Spencer Allen ’01 Women’s Longest Drive: Carol Zale ’73 Major Sponsors included: ARCO Construction Co., Charles Jarrell Contracting, Fred Weber Inc., Paul Fleischut/Senniger Powers

Names of attendees are available online at http://magazine.mst.edu

prospective student receptions Bentonville, Ark. July 16 – Attendees included

Oak Brook, Ill. July 29 – Attendees included Dan

Daniel Ellis ’99; Mike Galbraith ’93; Paul Galbraith ’89; Brent Massey ’95; Doug Melton ’78; and Ken Savells ’74. Missouri S&T representatives: KiDahn Jones ’06 and Matt Lehmann ’04.

’06 and Katie ’06 Aiken; Kelley Arrington ’07; Bill Bishop ’71; Benjamin Irwin ’08; Tommy Mills ’02, ’04; and Steve Schade ’74, ’75. Missouri S&T representative: Courtney Wallace.

Lehigh Hanson – Irving, Texas

Springfield, Ill.

July 23 – Attendees included Kelli Albrecht; Edwin Barsachs ’50, ’51; Glenn Brand ’83; Danny Fishkind; Art Giesler ’77; Jerry Kettler ’65; Steve Keuss ’72; and Andrew Trowbridge. Missouri S&T representative: Laura Hall.

Aug. 5 – Attendees included Tom Feger ’69; Art ’74 and Pat (Tuckey) ’75 Higgins; Dan Kerns ’74, ’79; Jerry Parsons ’70; and Amanda Withers ’99, ’02. Missouri S&T representative: Courtney Wallace.

Frank H. Mackaman Outstanding Section Volunteer Award Miner Alumni Association sections recognize their own members through the Frank H. Mackaman Outstanding Section Volunteer (Little Mack) award for distinguished service to the section. Recipients are: Carolinas Piedmont: Karen Carver ’97 Falls of the Ohio: Dirk Gowin ’91, ’98 Heartland: Curt Eggen ’04 Houston: Piloo “Phil” Ilavia ’70 Kansas City: Ted Kelly ’77 Lincolnland: Willard Sudduth ’66 Motor City: Rebecca Seaman Rocky Mountain: Adam Lewis ’04

Section Award Recipients 2009 Houston Section: Outstanding Section Award serving more than 1,600 alumni in the Houston area

Carolinas Piedmont Section: Phoenix Award serving more than 600 alumni in the Charlotte, N.C., area

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section news

Student Send-off Parties Air Capital

Aug. 8 – Randy ’76 and Liz Atkeisson residence – Wichita, Kan. Attendees included Liz Atkeisson; Rustin Atkeisson ’08; Lawrence Colona ’70; Sean Daly ’96; Rob Davis ’01; Cajon Gonzales; Anna Lepley; and Travis ’99, Vicky ’99 and Kristina Mattingly.

Alaska

July 28 – Von ’78 and Jan Cawvey residence – Anchorage, Alaska Attendees included Von ’78, Jan and Zack Cawvey; Michael ’96 and Benchamaporn “Meow” Christy; Dan ’08 and Amanda Fox; Maria Reilly; Chris and Ashley Schlegel; Craig Valentine ’62, ’64; and Tom ’73 and Ann York. Missouri S&T representative: Elaine Russell.

Bay Area

Alaska Section, Anchorage, Alaska

July 21 – McCovey’s Restaurant – Walnut Creek, Calif. Attendees included Ed Blanke ’73; Don Bourne ’69; Roger ’64, ’66 and Janie Chapin; Chris ’88, Kami ’85, ’86, Cameron and Kristiana Cozort; Gene Daniels; Karen Gantt ’96; Don ’72 and Mira Lee; Dennis ’76, ’77 and Pam ’75 Leitterman; Dave Peacock ’64, ’66, ’70; David, JoAnn and Devin Shannon; and Steve ’75, ’76 and Sanae Vancil. Missouri S&T representative: Elaine Russell.

Chicago

Bay Area Section, Walnut Creek, Calif.

July 19 – Magenta family home – Elk Grove Village, Ill. Attendees included Katie Aiken ’06; John Berger ’68; Lindsay Brandt; Rick, Kathy and Kevin Combes; Tim ’77 and Karen (Daily) ’77 Clifford; Jerry, Jan and Jeff Josken; Stephan ’99, Laura and Sophia Magenta; Stephen and Lory Magenta; Mike ’77 and Sandy ’77 Marx; Don and Kevin McCowan; Tommy Mills ’02, ’04; Kevin, Marj and William Nelson; Cecilia Nguyen; Sean Padgett; Bobby Pettis and family; Krista Porterfield and family; Bob Saxer ’61, ’62; and Bill, Brenda and Ben Tullis. Missouri S&T representative: Marianne Ward.

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July 23 – Lehigh Hanson – Irving, Texas Attendees included Kelli Albrecht; Edwin Barsachs ’50, ’51; Glenn Brand ’83; Danny Fishkind; Art Giesler ’77; Jerry Kettler ’65; Steve Keuss ’72; and Andrew Trowbridge. Missouri S&T representative: Laura Hall.

Driftless

Aug. 2 – Whitewater State Park – Elba, Minn. Attendees included Pat ’87 and Alex Barrett; Wayne ’84 and Paula ’85 Britson; Kurt Oakes ’85; Art Reckinger ’62, ’68; David, Sheryl and Matt Simon; and Chris, Toni and Allison Tengblad.

Houston

Aug. 8 – Lori Stapp Crocker ’88 residence – Houston Attendees included Richard Beecher ’56; Marjorie Blanco ’09; Lori Stapp Crocker ’88; Mike ’81 and Rosie Flannigan; Kevin Hagan ’80; Alison Ibendahl ’05; Colt Johnson; Jim ’67 and Carolyn Medlin; Jessica McKinney; Andrew Ronchetto ’09; Sammy-Jo Stolle; and David Uhlman.

Kansas City

July 18 – Jim ’74, ’75 and Ann Foil residence – Lees Summit, Mo. Attendees included Kenneth ’97, Cindy, Austin, Leanna, Ashlyn and Nicole Bandelier; John Bartow; Kathy Becker ’76; Gayatri Bhatt ’96; Jake Bielefeldt; Kira Bluebaum ’06; Chris ’05 and Heather ’05 Bollinger; Eric Borcherding; Charlene Brasher; Alan Carson ’72; Tracy Chestnut; Kim Curry ’86; Laura Davies ’02; Richard ’59 and Sally DeNise; Neville D’Sa ’07; James Duehning ’04; Jim ’74, ’75 and Ann Foil; Sage Garretson; Chuck, Margie and Chris Gibson; Rachel Grodsky ’06; Clinton Guenther; Adam Hardin; Jamie Harris; James Haworth; Barry Heuer ’65; Beth and Joel Hey; Jordan Hindman; Jeremy Hoefer; Jason ’02, ’04, Shannon ’02, ’03 and Jack Jeffries; Bill, Margaret, Clara and Ben Jonte; Ted Kelly ’77; Nathan Kuhl; Adam Lewis; Bill McAllister ’76, ’78; Mary Ann McCormick; Carol and Stacy McLoud; Michael McMenus ’81; Nate Morris; John Nowak; Emily Otto; Mark ’78 and Carolyn Pearson; Ron Pfeiffer ’77; Paul Pickett; Rudi and Dorothea Plattner; Dick Riegel ’72; Linda Skouby ’87; Alec Surratt; Shannon ’07 and Erin Taylor; Njideka Umeh ’04, ’07; James ’98, Karlee, Korryn and Ashley Van Acker; Mike Welsh ’67; and Lenora and Janell Woolsey. Missouri S&T representatives: Ray Luechtefeld ’83 and Marianne Ward.

Lincolnland

Aug. 2 – Rich ’69 and Carolyn Berning residence – Springfield, Ill. Attendees included Ralph ’65 and Karen Barr; Rich ’69 and Carolyn Berning; Rich ’59 and Nancy Canady; Bill, Kim and Tracy Chestnut; Dave ’69, ’71 and Mary Daniels; Tom Feger ’69;

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David J. Hawkes and Joe Hawkes-Cates; Jerry ’64 and Marilyn Hoppe; Herb Jones; Dan Kerns ’74, ’79; Don, Jeanne and Tim Mallette; Ed ’69 and Anne Midden; Jerry ’70 and Mary Parsons; Mike and Colin Ryan; and Andrew, Amanda ’99, ’02, Logan and Leita Withers. Missouri S&T representative: Stacy Jones.

Motor City

Aug. 1 – Nankin Mills – Westland, Mich. Attendees included Ron ’78 and Monica Baker; Julie Rodecker Holly; Gary Lincks ’85; Jeff ’00, Becca and Tyler Seaman; Aaron Smith; and Rebecca Steinman ’96 and son.

NE-IA

Aug. 1 – Zorinsky Lake – Omaha, Neb. Attendees included Jason Buenemann ’02; Michael ’73 and Leilani Butts; Mike Carlson ’99; Corey Dahlberg; Adam Ebert; Collette Galaske ’06; David ’70 and Doris Hollrah; Andrew, Susan, Marie and Jacob Kliewer; Andy Lozier ’06; Ticha Pérez ’00, ’02; David Rohan; and Matt Vandergriff ’98.

St. Louis

Aug. 8 – Creve Coeur Park – Maryland Heights, Mo. Attendees included Zach Adams; Vincent Allen; Nicholas Blubaugh; Ardele, Zach, Alycia, Jed and Isaiah Burch; Matt Callaway; Matt Christian ’79; Matt Coco ’66; Mike and Ann Craig; Dennis, Debby, Adam, Eric and Barb Doerfler; Randy Dreiling ’81; Janet and Jessica Egler; Matthew Frederick; Rhonda Galaske ’79; Xavier Gassier; Amanda Gober; Megan Goris; Bernadette Heneghan; Alex and Silvey Hollenbeck; Chris Hoskins; Julie, Kate, Ben and Maria Huhman; Ron Jagels ’86, ’91; Brittney Jahr; Jeremiah King ’06; Julia Kuebrich; Allen, Susan and Nicholas LaBarge; Carl Lacy; Gail Lueck ’02, ’03; Jeff ’84 and Janet Matchett; Frank ’79, Jane and Doug Melville; Adam Meyer; Mike, Judy and Adam Mikulus; Kevin and Cody Murphy; Kurt, Mary Beth, Alex and Alyssa

Pellmann; Tim Peters; Darrell and Dustin Pieper; Rich ’96, ’02 and Gayle ’98 Piepho; Tracy and Vanessa Ralls; John ’81 and

Yvonne ’81 Renz; Bob Rolf ’84; Stephanie Romano; Sandy and Sue ’74 Rothschild; William Roussin; David ’08, Kristy, David X. and Jack Rudden; Tony, Patricia and Tony Sarkis; Karen Schilli; Lindsey Schobert; Chris, Sherry and Andrew Schull; Puja Shah; Mark ’80 and Kim Smith; Gary, Linda and Sam Thebeau; Brennan Weems; Ryan Weldon; and Donna

and Emily Wells. Missouri S&T representative: Marianne Ward.

SW Florida

Aug. 8 – Hemingway’s Retreat – Sarasota, Fla. Attendees included Ruth Legsdin Anderson ’74; Earl Bage ’50; George Bock; Fred ’69 and Mary Bondurant; John ’97, Tara ’97, Natalie and Jack Brocke; Bruce L. and Damian Lee Campbell; Jim ’53 and Jean Cauthorn; Lewis Graber ’39; Jack Jost ’58; Phil ’08, Anna ’08 and Charlotte Kauzlarich; Dick ’66 and Deedee Raby; David ’80 and Kathy ’83, ’89 Schmitt; Bill Wood ’69; Ralph ’58 and Joan Young. Missouri S&T representative: Elaine Russell.

Pacific NW

Aug. 1 – Steve Perry ’64 and Graz PalumboPerry residence – Mill Creek, Wash. Attendees included Pat ’62 and Kay Duvall; Vic ’60 and Rosey Hoffman; Chuck Hollenbeck ’61; Nan Nan Liu ’03; Pete Malsch ’62; Dick Paul ’66; Steve Perry ’64 and Graz Palumbo-Perry; Virginia Sjahll; and Mike Warfel ’75.

Peoria

July 31 – Steve ’81, ’86 and Ann Trower residence – Metamora, Ill. Attendees included Steve ’77 and Janet Burr; Brian ’97, ’99, Jen and Mackenzie Call; John ’74 and Donna Ezzell; Herb Jones; Chris, Christy ’96, ’98, and Adrian Lee; Marj and Will Nelson; Khanh Ngo ’88, ’91, ’93, ’94; Phillip Novak ’81; and Steve ’81, ’86 and Ann Trower. Missouri S&T representative: Stacy Jones.

Kansas City Section, Lees Summit, Mo.

Portland

Aug. 2 – David ’79 and Giuseppa ’80 Heineck residence – Tigard, Ore. Attendees included David Heineck ’01; David ’79, Giuseppa ’80 and John Heineck; Matt ’97 and Wendy Houser; Bruce ’50 and Geri Miller; and Greg, Twila, Stephen, Tony and David Mull. SW Florida Section, Sarasota, Fla.

Peoria Section, Metamora, Ill.

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Gala

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The sixth annual Missouri S&T Gala recorded the highest attendance and generated more revenue than any other year since the Gala’s inception in 2004. Despite the showers that fell on La Charrette in St. Albans, Mo., Bob (CE’71) and Kim Brinkmann hosted more than 150 guests who sponsored students and bid on live- and silent-auction items, ultimately raising more than $120,000 to support Missouri S&T students. This year the funds will benefit student design teams, 1. B ob Brinkmann, Gala host, Chancellor Carney, and Fred Kummer, CE’55, visit in the live auction tent.

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experiential learning groups and pre-college programs like Engineers Without Borders and Expanding Your Horizons. “Our alumni always rise to the occasion and demonstrate their commitment to Missouri S&T students,” says Chancellor John F. Carney III. “This is the sixth year in a row that Bob and Kim Brinkmann have hosted this Gala at their beautiful home, and this was the best ever.”

4. T he evening concluded with a drawing for an Alaskan fishing trip, donated by Wilson, EE’69, and Nancy Hughes. Brad Hornburg, CE’69, entertains the crowd as Kim Brinkmann draws the name of the lucky winner, Richard Ash, MinE ’71. 5. D uring the live auction, Nathan Rues, ME’02, presents his S&T Mosaic to the audience created out of 2,005 bottlecaps. Also pictured is Brad Hornburg, Gala emcee, and Mike Clark, Gala auctioneer.

6. J eff Steinhart, EMgt’79, sponsors EWB student Barbie Wheelden. 7. B ob and Cindy Schwartz chat with Missouri S&T student Courtney St. Peters near her Expanding Your Horizons display.

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Eugene L. Olcott, MetE: “We are still functioning and enjoy reading the Miner publications when they arrive.”

Richard B. “Dick” Howell, MetE: “Best regards to fellow members of the Class of ’48.” Roger E. Nowlin, MetE: “The fish aren’t biting, but the mosquitoes are. A daughter, a grandson and girlfriends want me to skydive with them again; at 85, I’m not so sure. The explosives workshop is a great idea. Keep innovations in the forefront. Fellow ‘48ers, you’re a great generation.”

Harold R. Wright, GGph: “My wife, Susan, and I continue to live in the retirement area of Gold Canyon, Ariz. We golf, travel and enjoy life.”

1944 Frederick H. Drewing, EE: “1944 was a very small class – probably not many still going. Thanks to Rolla, I had a great career with Emerson Electric for 41 years. I was very active with top domestic and foreign accounts in electric motors.”

Meet a pizza farmer Walt Gregory, NDD’65, has a pizza farm. The half-acre farm near Alton, Ill., is shaped like a pizza and contains the kind of crops that end up as ingredients in real pizzas. The crops are grown organically in big “slices.” There are wedges of tomatoes, wheat and other grains, basil, parsley and sweet peppers. There are even some cows (beef), pigs (sausage) and goats (cheese) wandering around. But the story gets even better. As a young boy in 1960, Gregory was offered a horse for mowing a man’s yard for the summer. Then he had to find a place to keep the horse. He finally found a farmer who agreed to keep Gregory’s horse in exchange for doing chores. Gregory spent a lot of time with the man, and that’s how he learned the organic farming techniques he would later employ at the pizza farm. After attending Missouri S&T, Gregory worked as an insurance manager in St. Louis for 20 years before retiring to run the pizza farm business. He sells the produce to farmer’s markets and families. He also gives tours of the farm for $7.50. The price includes two slices of pizza and a drink.

1947 Richard E. ”Dick” Cole, MetE: “Nothing new with me. I retired here in Richwood, Va., in 1980 after 20 years with Reynolds Metals Co. I’m doing OK for my age.”

1949 Charles J. Ross, ME: “I’m living on the Cape now. There is water all over the place and scallops aplenty. Regards to all.” Harvey D. Ross, MetE: “I’m 86 years young and have been happily retired for 30 years. Three of our four children are here in California as well as two beautiful granddaughters. I had surgery earlier this year, and through God’s grace am now healed and walk a mile a day with my wife.”

1951 Earl E. Jackson, MinE: “Still volunteering for Habitat for Humanity and AARP doing taxes for the elderly. I travel whenever the notion hits me. I’ll be doing some cruising this year.” William Tsai, MinE: “I am enjoying my retirement and I am still able to play tennis twice a week.”

1952 Guy C. Ellison, GGph: “Still here.”

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A blast from the past Remember Pam from Scott’s Drug Store? Well, you might if you were in Rolla in the early 1960s. Recently, Ralph S. Barr, EE’65, and his wife, Karen, stopped in an antique store while vacationing in Silverton, Colo. After chatting with the woman working behind the counter, they discovered she was from Rolla. Barr says the conversation went something like this: “She asked me if I knew of Scott’s Drug Store. Yes, I did. She said she had worked there from 1961 to 1965. I told her that a guy from Ste. Genevieve, Mo., whose name I did not remember, had tried to date a girl named Pam who worked at Scott’s, but she refused. She asked me if his name was Ron. Yes, his name was Ron. She asked, ‘Was he injured in a car accident?’ Yes, he was. Then she said, ‘I am Pam.’” So, for all you Miners who remember Pam, she is alive and well and living with her husband in Silverton, Colo. They have two grown daughters. Yet another mystery solved, at least partially. Ron?

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Bert L. Smith, ME, MS ME’60, retired on June 1 after teaching aerospace engineering at Wichita State University. He continues his battle against brain cancer.

Louis H. Dreinhoefer, EE, welcomed his first grandson, Paul Matheson Brown, on Aug. 21, 2008. William K. Shinn, EE: “Diane and I continue to live in southwest Indiana. Since retiring from Alcoa Inc. in 2002, I have been a partner in E-Hazard Management LLC doing electrical safety training and consulting.”

Mary (Klorer) Owens, ME, co-founded Black Diamond Associates, LLC, an executive coaching firm, in 2003. The firm was named the 2008 Small Business of the Year in Brandon, Fla. Owens received the 2009 Chairman’s Award for Community Leadership.

1954 Rayburn L. Williamson, GGph, CE’61: “I’ve been retired from the U.S. Army and Morrison-Knudsen Corp. for 29 years now. I am enjoying golf in Oro Valley, Ariz.”

1957 In command of her career Deanna Lynn Weil-Violette, EE’91, recently assumed command of the Air Force’s 13th Air Support Operations Squadron in Fort Carson, Colo. Now a lieutenant colonel, Weil-Violette has served as an Air Force liaison with the Army’s 10th Mountain Division in Afghanistan and flew F-15 combat missions in the former Yugoslavia. She was also the Air Force’s first female in combat when she flew the Northern No-Fly Zone over Iraq during the first Gulf War.

Al Wentz, ChE, MS ChE’59, and his wife, Joan, spent several days in Australia in February visiting Judy Raper, former chair of chemical and biological engineering at Missouri S&T, and her husband, Bob. The Wentzes stopped in Australia during a four-month cruise.

1960 James H. “Jim” Painter, ME, and his wife, Nona, have retired to O’Fallon, Mo., on the Falls Golf Course. Their 10 grandchildren and golf keep them busy. Email them at jpain31684@aol.com.

1961 Farouk El-Baz, MS GGph, PhD GGph’64, received a doctor of science degree from the American University of Beirut for his contributions to geology.

1975 Tom Mittler, CE, and his wife, Jan, had much to celebrate in 2009. Tom completed his 34th year with Eastman Chemical Co. in Longview, Texas, and Jan celebrated her 10th year cancer free. The Mittlers also welcomed their eighth grandchild, Nina Marie Brunello, on May 8.

1982 Steven Paul Roth, Chem, is the lab manager for Carboline Co. in St. Louis. Marvin Woods, EMgt, is the 2009 recipient of the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE) Charles V. Keane Distinguished Service Award.

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David Brockman, CE: “I retired from AT&T in May to focus on golf, fishing, family, and church and community volunteer activities. I advise all to join me as soon as possible. Contact me at dfbrock@swbell.net to coordinate a golf tee time in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.”

Carol (Williams) Hanrahan, MS Phys, recently published a novel titled Baling. The story involves two teenage boys and a Civil War mystery. It is available from online booksellers.

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Lynn E. (Murray) Bowman, PetE: “I have been married to Ted for 20 years. Cassie is now 12. I work at St. Louis-based C.L. Smith Co., developing sales for hazardous materials packaging in the southeast. We’re still in Atlanta.”

J. Michael “Mike” Party, GGph, received an Honorary Member Award from the American Association of Petroleum Geologists.

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future miners Eric Burkhalter, GeoE’96, and his wife, Adriana, had a girl, Erika Bryton, on Jan. 13, 2009, in Fort Worth, Texas.

Amanda (Mills) Gainey, EMgt’99, and her husband, Chris, had a girl, Annabel Susan, on Sept. 2, 2008. Her uncle is Jason Mills, ME’06. Lloyd Gholson, MetE’98, MS EMgt’06, and Amy Hanneken Gholson, GeoE’00, had a girl, Corina Marian. She joins siblings Quint, 5, and Evie, 2. Steve Kerr, EE’03, and his wife, Megan, had a girl, Hannah Rose, on March 18, 2009.

Dan Lawrence, CerE’89, and his wife, Bonnie, had a boy, Jeremy Daniel, in April 2009. He joins sisters Isabella, 5, and Jessica, 3.

Carolyn (Jones) Otten, Chem’97, and her husband, M. Liam, had a girl, Meredith Mattingly, on Oct. 27, 2008. Nicole (Winters) Porter, MinE’97, and her husband, Robert, had a boy, Colton Robert, on May 6, 2009. He joins siblings Rylie and Caitlyn. Adam Craig Ryley, EMgt’08, and April Dawn Morrison, a junior in geology and geophysics at Missouri S&T, had a girl, Madelyn Elizabeth Ryley, on Jan. 15, 2009. She joins brother P.J., 4. Ty Sander, CE’98, and Tanya (Peters) Sander, CSci’98, had a girl, Lillian Elle, on May 19, 2009. She joins sister Brooklynn, 4. Alan Stickler, ECE’02, and his wife, Jaime, had a boy, Dov Weston, in March 2008. He joins brothers Elliott Beryl, 31/2, and Shia Phinn, 1.

For Breidert, things have gone swimmingly Elmer Breidert, ChE’50, a member of the Miner Athletic Hall of Fame, estimates that he’s helped about 40,000 kids learn to swim. After graduating from college, Breidert, already a Navy veteran, took a job in Paducah, Ky., at the Gaseous Diffusion Plant, which was operated by Union Carbide. On visits to Kentucky Lake, he became concerned about children who didn’t know how to swim. “Me and four or five other guys decided to put something together,” Breidert recently told the Paducah Sun. Union-Carbide sponsored their summer swim program, and the rest is history. Now known as the Paducah Swim Team, the program has been thriving for more than 50 years, and Breidert has been involved all along. When he was in high school, Breidert was one of the fastest young swimmers in the nation. But, because of World War II, no Olympics were held in 1944. At Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy, Breidert and some friends decided to revive the swim team in 1947. The team had been disbanded because of the war. That 1947 swim team dominated its competition and formed a foundation for a strong program. The Missouri S&T swim team has finished among the top four teams in the nation for the past three years.

If you have a birth announcement, or a photo of your new little Miner, send it to us and we’ll publish it in an upcoming issue. Email: alumni@mst.edu

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alumni notes

1987 S. Keith Hargrove, MS EMgt, was recently named Dean of the College of Engineering, Technology and Computer Science at Tennessee State University in Nashville. Curt A. Rothman, CerE, purchased Direct Contact LLC, a company that designs and engineers patented waste energy recovery equipment, primarily for industrial boilers. The company’s website is dciheat.com. He is looking for quality engineers to bring into the company. Email him at crothman@dciheat.com.

1990 Trendy totes Rachel Ragland-Shelton, NucE’99, is using the fundamentals of engineering in an unusual way – to make handmade bags from reclaimed clothing, bamboo, hemp and recycled plastic bottles. “I am inspired by finding something unique and lovely in a thrift store that I know I can turn into something wonderful,” Shelton says. “As soon as I spot the item, I know exactly what it will become and I cannot wait to get started.” Shelton’s small business is called Sew Good and Trendy. She sells her eco-friendly bags at St. Louis shows and online at www.sewgoodandtrendy.com “I am so thankful for all I learned while I was at Rolla,” Shelton says. “Honestly, my engineering skills really help in bag design and running a small business.”

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Jason Carter, MetE, has joined GeoDecisions, an information technology company specializing in geospatial solutions, as a senior client manager.

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George Karr, LSci, and his wife, Joyce, welcomed their second great-granddaughter, Scarlett Williams, on Oct. 18, 2008.

1999 Anna Saindon, GeoE, MS GeoE’01, PhD GeoE’04, has joined Geotechnology Inc. as a senior engineer in the firm’s environmental group.

2004 Sondra Terry, ArchE’04, MS EMgt’08, was named one of the St. Louis Business Journal’s 2009 class of 30 under 30. The award honors 30 outstanding St. Louis-area business leaders under the age of 30. Terry works for Tarlton Corp.

2006 Kyle Darnell, ArchE’06, was named one of the St. Louis Business Journal’s 2009 class of 30 under 30. Darnell works for ARCO Construction Co. Inc.

2002 Aaron John Croff, CE, MS CE’04, earned his professional engineering license.

Life is good After spending 28 years working for big electric companies, Bryan Uhlmansiek, ME’80, MS EMgt’92, says he no longer worries about air permits or emissions from coal and gas. Uhlmansiek worked as a plant engineer, project engineer and as manager of a gas turbine fleet for a large utility company before landing his current position as director of post-sales service with Acciona Windpower. Uhlmansiek and his wife Mary recently celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary. Their two daughters are both married. One son, Kevin, ME ‘08, received a mechanical engineering degree from S&T last December. Another son, Matt, is a senior in computer science at S&T. “Life is really good,” Uhlmansiek says.

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Twitter co-founder has S&T ties

weddings Jason Banaskavich, ME’03, married Chelsey Allsop on March 7, 2009. The couple lives in St. Charles, Mo.

Matthew D. Ehlen, CE’00, married Shannah French on May 23, 2009. The couple lives in Manchester, Mo. Ryan Kinney, Math’06, Phys’06, and Amanda Chasteen, ChE’06, were married on May 30, 2009. The couple lives in the Washington, D.C., area.

Brendan Baxter Hickey, MS SysE’06, married Christina Kim Ahn on April 4, 2009. The couple lives in St. Louis.

Michael Ptasznik, AE’07, and Elizabeth Abram, ChE’07, were married on May 16, 2009. The couple lives in Lake Saint Louis, Mo.

Nikita Robinson, CerE’09, married Michael Razo on May 23, 2009. The couple lives in Carlinville, Ill.

Keith Wire, ECE’07, and April Tan, CE’06, were married on Nov. 4, 2008, in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The couple lives in Castle Rock, Colo.

Turns out, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, NDD’98, attended Missouri S&T. Twitter, of course, is the social networking phenomenon that allows people to connect with followers through rapid messages of 140 characters or fewer. Dorsey ended up leaving Rolla before graduating in order to pursue degrees at New York University and the University of California-Berkeley – but he still remembers some of his professors from what was then UMR. He informed the S&T communications department (through a Twitter message!) that he particularly remembers two faculty members who were in the computer science department at the time, Arlan DeKock and Tom Sager. Dorsey now splits time between San Francisco and New York. But he was back in Missouri recently to throw out the first pitch at a Cardinals-Cubs game.

Jordan F. Preston, EMgt’06, and Rose H. Meyer, EMgt’04, were married on April 25, 2009. The couple lives in St. Louis.

email If you would like a wedding announcement published, please email it to: alumni@mst.edu

Send your email address to — alumni@mst.edu

David Brockman, CE’77, dfbrock@swbell.net James H. “Jim” Painter, ME’60, jpain31684@aol.com Curt A. Rothman, CerE’87, crothman@dciheat.com

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memorials

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1950 Hermann F. Bottcher, ME (May 5, 2009)

Ray D. Beachler, EE (May 18, 2009) John S. Absalom, MetE (Dec. 23, 2008) George H. Heuer, CE (July 16, 2009)

Arthur W. Retzel, NDD (June 18, 2009)

Rolland L. Hardy, CE (March 25, 2009)

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policy for publishing in Missouri S&T Magazine • We are happy to announce weddings, births and promotions, after they have occurred. • We will mention a spouse’s name if it is specifically mentioned in the information provided by the alumnus/alumna. • Missouri S&T Magazine will announce deaths, if information is submitted by an immediate family member, or from a newspaper obituary. Notification of deaths that have occurred more than two years before the date of publication will not be published unless a special request is made by a family member. • Obituary information on alumni spouses will be printed only if the alumnus/alumna specifically requests that we print it. • Date of death is noted in parentheses. • We will print addresses if specifically requested to do so by the alumnus/alumna submitting the note. • We reserve the right to edit alumni notes to meet space requirements. • We will use submitted photos as space permits. • Due to the production time required for each issue, submissions may take up to six months to appear. Your patience is appreciated.

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Leonard C. “Len” Wolff, ME, joined the U.S. Navy engineers as an officer and served in the Pacific theater aboard the USS Nashville during World War II. After retiring from the Navy in 1968, he taught and earned his Ph.D. in education at age 60. (July 23, 2009)

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Clarence A. Isbell Jr., MetE, MS EMgt’72, was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He retired after 28 years with Olin Corp. in East Alton, Ill. His son, Rick Isbell, CE’80, works for Alberici Constructors. (May 8, 2009)

Owen E. Thompson, EE (June 2009)

1952 Leonard H. Wolfberg, ChE (July 1, 2009)

H. Clay Iten, ChE (June 27, 2009)

Norman P. Zachelmeyer, MinE, was on the Rifle Team and retired from Continental Group Inc. in St. Louis. (May 8, 2009)

John F. “Jack” Burst, CerE, MS CerE’47 (June 28, 2009) Edwin A. Kehr, MinE (Feb. 17, 2008)

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Robert E. Murphy, EE (May 1, 2009)

1949 George T. Carthew Jr., MinE (June 29, 2009)

E. Max Serafini, CE (June 10, 2009)

Donald L. Gegel, CE (Jan. 3, 2009)

James F. Zapp, MinE (Feb. 28, 2009)

1951 James C. Basham, ME (Jan. 11, 2009)

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Edward R. Werder, ChE, was a member of Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity and retired from Eckerd Drugs. (May 7, 2009)

Billy G. Deaver, GGph, MS GGph’55 (Sept. 1, 2008)

1955 Richard L. Jones, MetE (May 11, 2009) Charles H. McAninch, EE (May 13, 2009)

1961 Russell S. Heglin, CE (May 6, 2009) James J. Tegethoff, ME (May 26, 2009)

1956 Edwin R. Peck Jr., CE, was a member of Theta Xi Fraternity and retired from the county of St. Louis, Mo. (March 20, 2009)

Russell N. Muehleman, EE (June 23, 2008) Donald W. McCullah, ME (June 30, 2009)

1964 Larry L. Parkinson, MetE (May 14, 2009)

David C. Clark, ChE (June 30, 2009)

Wendelin H. Mueller III, MS CE, PhD CE’72 (July 6, 2009)

Dr. Glenn Brand, ChE’39, MS ChE’48, died May 10, 2009. Dr. Brand was a member of the Missouri S&T Academy of Chemical Engineers. The Glenn and Janet Brand Endowment Fund has been established to support the chemical engineering department at S&T. Following service as a lieutenant in the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II, Dr. Brand earned a master’s degree in Rolla and a Ph.D. from Washington State University. After working as an assistant professor of chemical engineering at S&T, he moved his family to California and worked for Atomics International, a division of North American Aviation. In 1972, Dr. Brand retired from North American Rockwell and returned to Steelville, Mo., where he raised black angus cattle for the next 25 years.

1967 Charles H. McGrady, CE, was a member of the football team, Student Council, the Independents, St. Pat’s Board and the M-Club. He was quality control manager with W.D. Euille and Associates until his retirement in 2004. (May 14, 2009)

Paul A. Medvesky, EE (April 18, 2009)

1970 Terry W. Buck, PetE, MS PetE’71 (May 3, 2009)

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James H. Good

William C. Malone IV, MS EMgt (July 7, 2008)

James H. Good, CE’66, passed away in December 2008. Mr. Good came to Rolla on a basketball scholarship after helping to lead the West Plains Zizzers to a state championship. After earning his degree, he moved to California, where he held various engineering jobs before starting his own business in 1979. In 1992, Mr. Good was inducted into the Missouri S&T Athletic Hall of Fame.

1972 Donald M. Mason, NDD (July 23, 2009)

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1957 Guy W. Heinrich, ME, was a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon and served in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Reserves. He was plant facilities engineer for Rogers Tool Works in Rogers, Ark., for 23 years until his retirement in 2000. (June 16, 2009)

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Billy L. Montgomery, CE (July 2, 2009)

1973 Ronald L. Besser, MetE (June 19, 2009) Charles F. Pfeifer, MS Math (Jan. 8, 2008) Myron S. “Mikie” Taich, MS ME (July 1, 2009) (continued on page 44)

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Robert G. Hempler, GeoE (April 4, 2009)

Todd Berton Housh, MS GGph (May 30, 2009)

Jason Lee Wright, EMgt (March 6, 2009)

Randolph P. Throckmorton, EE (Aug. 24, 2008)

Ken Arvieux, database services assistant in S&T’s information technology department, died on June 30, 2009, at the age of 56. Mr. Arvieux also worked for many years at Brewer Science in Rolla. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Landmark Baptist Church in Rolla.

Steven William Brown Jr. Steven William Brown Jr., maintenance employee in S&T’s physical facilities department, died on July 4, 2009. Mr. Brown was an avid bowler and enjoyed hunting.

Juanita Waters Juanita Waters, retired staff member, died June 10, 2009, at the age of 77. Mrs. Waters was a longtime cook at the Chancellor’s Residence on campus. She worked at the university from 1964 to 1997. In 1988, Mrs. Waters was named an Honorary Alumna. Memorial contributions are suggested to the Phelps Regional Homecare Hospice program.

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2005 Michael P. Hund, CE (June 26, 2009)

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1982 Ken Arvieux

Lawrence E. “Larry” McCrary, MS CSci, served in the U.S. Army and worked for Texas Instruments and Emerson. He was a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. (June 5, 2009)

Ray T. Mueller, ME, retired from Anheuser-Busch after 25 years of service. (July 18, 2009)

Kenneth M. Fuller, CSci (April 24, 2008)

friends Charles E. Bustion (June 7, 2009)

George Hearn (April 30, 2009)

Phyllis Carson, wife of the late Ralph S. Carson, professor emeritus of electrical engineering (July 12, 2009)

Juanita Heglin, wife of the late Russell S. Heglin (July 23, 2008)

Elmer “Pete” Elrod (June 18, 2009) Margaret Eshbaugh, wife of Robert W. “Bob” Eshbaugh, ME’57 (June 3, 2009) James B. “Jim” Eyberg (May 4, 2009) Judy Gerhart, wife of Bill L. Gerhart, EE’61 (Oct. 22, 2008) Alan Green (June 21, 2009) Ada L. Harris, wife of the late Edward H. Harris (June 18, 2009)

Mary F. Herrmann, wife of Thomas A. “Tom” Herrmann, CE’50 (March 12, 2008) William J. Higginbotham (May 29, 2009) Helen Hilburn, wife of the late Harold M. Hilburn, GGph’51 (Dec. 14, 2008) Helen Huffman (June 12, 2009) Barbara Jackson, wife of Ollie T. Jackson (April 30, 2009)

Bernadeen Kamper, wife of the late Oliver W. Kamper, CerE’35 (June 6, 2009)

Violet Springer, wife of the late Maurice C. Springer (April 30, 2009)

Charles C. Kessler Jr. (June 25, 2009)

Denise Stelloh, wife of Robert T. “Bob” Stelloh, GGph’59, MS MinE’61 (Aug. 13, 2008)

Susan Lindgren-Nikel (June 28, 2009) Marilynn M. Mims (Dec. 1, 2007) Roxi Napper, wife of Richard M. Napper (July 9, 2009) Ruth I. Ralya, wife of the late Earl C. Ralya, MetE’50 (May 23, 2009)

Huldah Stevens (July 28, 2009) Dorothy Marie Whites (July 9, 2009) Chlodene Williamson, wife of the late Harry N. Williamson, MinE’53 (Jan. 27, 2008)

Michael Ray Roberson (June 29, 2009)

Louise D. Wyatt, wife of the late DeMarquis D. Wyatt, ME’41 (April 9, 2009)

Mabel L. Rueff, wife of the late Edward L. Rueff, CE’40 (June 18, 2009)

Genevieve Zapp, wife of the late James F. Zapp, MinE’53 (May 30, 2009)

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campaign update

Now is the time “ Now, more than ever, we must encourage future generations to embrace technology. Now, more than ever, we must educate a workforce to lead our nation’s technological economy. Now, more than ever, Missouri S&T is grateful to those who have given of their time, wisdom and resources to help us prepare the leaders and solutions of tomorrow.”

– Chancellor John F. Carney III

Now more than ever, alumni and friends are supporting students, faculty and facilities by contributing to the Advancing Excellence Campaign, Missouri S&T’s seven-year, $200 million initiative. Missouri S&T has raised $192.8 million, or nearly 96 percent of the goal as of Oct. 31, 2009. During the first six years of the campaign, 35 percent of living alumni contributed. During fiscal year 2008, S&T alumni gave an average of $1,166, surpassing the national average of $974 for public, doctorial research universities. Gifts to Missouri S&T touch the lives of

thousands of students, considering 85 percent receive financial assistance. We offer special thanks to all donors who have supported this transformational effort. The seven-year campaign will end June 30, 2010. 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 http://campaign.mst.edu.

Total private gifts

Overall campaign progress

Through October 2009

Where we are now:

27 DON ORS

14 DON 0 ORS

45 DON 9 ORS

Gifts of $1M or more 53.6M of total dollars

$192.8M

Goal

10/31/2009

$200M

$179.6M 6/30/09

Gifts of $100K-$999K 41.8M of total dollars

$150M

$149.2M 6/30/08

Gifts of $10K-$99K 11.6M of total dollars

$115.4M

Gifts of $10K or less 11.1M of total dollars

6/30/07

$100M

$81M

6/30/06

22,4 DON 09 ORS

$51.3M

$50M

6/30/05

$23.5M 6/30/04

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Summary of Gifts Missouri University

of

Science

and

Technology

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, 2008, and ending June 30, 2009. During the 2009 fiscal year, $14.5 million in gifts and pledges were raised to support scholarships, academic programs, facilities, and teaching and research excellence. The percentage of alumni who gave to S&T this year increased slightly to 19.1 percent, a full 8 percent above the national average for public research doctoral institutions. Historically, our participation rate is approximately 10 percent above the national average. There is no worthier legacy than educating the leaders who will solve the problems of a technological society. Thank you for your commitment to and investment in Missouri S&T. If you haven’t made your donation for this year, or if you wish to give more, please visit http://giving.mst.edu or call 800-392-4112.

Sources of support As of June 30, 2009

6% 2% 13% 54% 25%

Alumni

Corporations Foundations

Friends

Other

Purpose of support As of June 30, 2009

12% 17%

39% 32%

Endowing our future:

• Academy of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineers Past Presidents’ Scholarship Fund • Dan and Wendy Bailey Scholarship Fund • Benson Electrical Engineering Scholarship Fund • Harold and Merlyn Block Endowment • Francis Breeze Endowed Scholarship Fund • Lawrence Britt Scholarship Fund • Carla Anne Cross Country and Track Scholarship • Morton Deutch Endowed Scholarship • Deuteronomy 7:12-13 Endowment Fund • Eric and Darlene Dunning Scholarship Fund • Engineers Without Borders Endowment • Scott and Charlotte George Scholarship Fund • Beta Sigma Psi Eta Chapter National Lutheran Fraternity Scholarship Fund • Homer Hollingshead Scholarship Fund • Kroeter Family Scholarship Fund • Robert and Mylla Markland Pi Kappa Alpha Endowed Scholarship • Gregory D. McClain Endowed Scholarship for Academic Excellence • Thomas J. O’Keefe Lecture Series • Edmund and Sandra Owens Scholarship Fund • Richard and Joyce Paul Endowed Scholarship in Electrical Engineering • Erica Dunning Raines Scholarship Fund • Christopher Ramsay Scholarship Fund • Darlene Ramsay Scholarship Fund • Riess Family Scholarship • Dr. John and Patty Rogers Endowed Scholarship in Physics • FIRST Robotics Competition Scholarship Program Fund • J.C. and Trish Sowers Kappa Delta Leadership Award • Lawrence Spanier Scholarship Fund • Richard Vitek Biochemistry Chair Support Endowment • Tom and Mary-Lynn Wetteroth Scholarship Fund • Robert and Nora White Pi Kappa Alpha Scholarship • L.D. Witt Scholarship Fund Alumni association endowments

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Program support

Student support

Facilities & equipment

Faculty support

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Listed by giving level The Order of the Golden Shillelagh (OGS) is the university’s formal donor recognition society. All gifts made to Missouri S&T and the Miner Alumni Association count toward OGS claghn level membership. 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 $133.3 million in support. The list below recognizes the cumulative lifetime giving and pledges of our OGS members.

Claghn of the Hibernia $10,000,000 $19,999,999

Karl & Marjory Hasselmann * M F

Claghn of the Dolman $5,000,000 $9,999,999

Gary & Judy Havener (A) M John & Mary Toomey (A) M

Larry & Polly (Reed) Hendren (A) M Thomas & Joan Holmes F M Michael & Barbara Hurst (A) ∆ Fred Kisslinger (A) M Frederick & June Kummer (A) F Edward & Helen Lasko * ∆ M John & Susan Mathes (A) Donald & Alwilda Mathews * M Roy & Marcia McBride * F Vachel & Amy McNutt * F M John & Dorcas Park (A) 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 Richard & Ruth Swanson (A) M Cynthia Tang (A) M Richard & Marilyn Vitek (A) M Maxwell Weiner * Theodore & Sharon Weise M

Bob & Ruth Virginia Abbett * F M Richard & Nancy Arnoldy (A) ∆ Keith & Patricia Bailey (A) Lester Birbeck * M Harold Block * M Merlyn Block * David Alan & Melanie Brewer Donald Castleman * M Retha Castleman M Donald Radcliffe & Dorothy Dee * Fred & Jimmie Finley * F M Gary & Sherry Forsee (A) M Dale & Edna Hayes *

Claghn of the Blarney Castle

$250,000 - $499,999

Claghn of the Emerald Isle $1,000,000 $4,999,999

William & Margaret Ann Horst (A) M William & Sue Howard * M William & Arlene James George & Barbara Jamieson M Vernon & Maralee Jones M Ronald & Jean Kelley M Thomas & Frances Leach * John & Diane Lovitt Brian & Carol Matthews John & Ruth McKee (A) M Norman & Natalie Pond M Harriet Sevick * M Joe Sevick M Edward & Gertrude Smith * F M Stoney Stone * F M Roger & Jean Truitt (A) Roger & Jean Volk (A) M Georgia Waring * M Roy & Sandy Wilkens

Claghn of St. Patrick

$500,000 - $999,999 James Bertelsmeyer (A) Raymond & Susan Betz Catherine Brackbill * Robert Brackbill (A) Richard & June Chao Les & Georgiana Clark M William & Viola Coghill * M Powell & Pat Dennie * M Roger & Sandra Dorf Wilbur & Bette Feagan M Kraig & Debra Gordon (A) M Don & Rosemary Gunther M William & Gertrude Hatfield M

Norman Anderson * Hubert & Amalie Barger (A) Bob Boyd * Almeda Breeze M Frank Breeze * M Robert & Kim Brinkmann ∆ Alan & Doris Burgess M Dean & Linda Clubb Morton Deutch (A) M Bipin & Linda Doshi M Fred Dreste * M Marilyn Dreste M Gene & Ann Edwards (A) M Donald & Joella Falkingham (A) M Mary Margaret Falkingham * Jim Grimm * F Clyde Hall * Frannie Hall Jack & Janice Haydon (A) ∆ David & Phylis Hsia

Robert & Mary Keiser Harry & Alma Kessler * F Peter & Betty Jane Kinyon Beverley Moeller Roger Moeller * Zebulun & Harriet Nash (A) Clara Newnam * Sy & Hattie Orlofsky * Scott & Joyce Porter Walter & Miriam Remmers * F Sandy & Susan (Hadley) Rothschild (A) M Louis & Mayme Sicka * John Skain (A) M Gerry & Jeannie Stevenson (A) Ben & Susan Stewart M Maurita Stueck M Neal Stueck * Armin Tucker * M Philip & Diane Wade (A) Kent & Joan Weisenstein Robert & Nora White N M

Claghn of the Celtic Cross

$100,000 - $249,999 Jerrold & Judith Alyea (A) M George Anderson (A) M Frank & Violet Appleyard * M Valentino Bates M Richard & Shirley Bauer (A) George Baumgartner * Jennie Baumgartner * M Marsha Baumgartner (A) Maurice Bellis * A. James & Sue Berkel Wouter & Anne Bosch * John Brown * Raymond & Susan Bucy ∆ Harold & Catherine (Kit) Butzer Joseph & Tiana Cesare Walston Chubb Richard Cole (A) William Collins (A) M

Gene & Jewell Daily * Peter & Dorothy Des Jardins (A) M Ron & Sara Fannin M Armin & Marian Fick * Wayne & Helen Frame * Charlie & Elizabeth Freeman * James & Cynthia Fricke (A) Herman Fritschen Jr. (A) Bill Gammon * Dorothy Gammon (A) Harvey & Ruth Grice * M David Grimm Lucille Grimm * Russell Gund * Risdon & Lyla Hankinson (A) M Isle Heilbrunn * Don & Carolyn Henderson Bert & Rose Hoover * Clarellen Howerton M Joe Howerton * M J. Richard & Shirley Hunt (A) Charles & Pauline Jennings M Albert Johns * Ronald & Gwen Johnson (A) Janis (Carter) Jones (A) Richard Jones * (A) Charlie Kitchen * M Barry & Deborah Koenemann (A) ∆ B.W. Koeppel (A) M William Krueger * Young & Lisa Liu N Guy & Dorothy Mace Vernon McGhee (A) Frank & Alma Mentz * J. Ronald & Janice Miller Bill & Jo Ellen Montgomery Jim Neustaedter * M Bob & Hanna Nevins F Bill & Pauline Nolte * Harry Nowlan * M William & Doris Oberbeck (A) Dennis & Suzan Parker (A) Elizabeth Patterson * (A) M William Patterson (A) M Richard & Joyce Paul ∆ Jack Paul * F Bob Perry *

Estelita Prewett Francis Carl Prewett * Robert & Jean Quenon Lloyd & Maurcine Reuss John William & Camille Ricketts (A) Robert & Rebecca Riess (A) ∆ Kenneth & Erika Riley (A) John & Patty Rogers N Rayferd & Gloria Routh (A) M Warren & Elaine Rutz ∆ Robert & Margaret Schafer Robert & Janet Schmidt Roy & Pat Shourd * M O. Morris & Eloise Sievert (A) Ellis Smith Betty Jo Snowden Russ Snowden * Frederick & Dale Marie Springer (A) William Van & Ruth Stoecker George & Lois Tomazi M Mark & Melissa Turken Jim & Marsha Vangilder John & Carol Wolf (A) James & Joan (Brune) Woodard Ronald & Shirley Woodard (A) Marvin & Barbara Zeid M

Claghn of the Claddagh $50,000 - $99,999 Betty Andreas Wayne Andreas * Marvin Appel Bill & Margie Basler Carl & Doris Basler * David & Sally Bayless Reade & Louise Beard * Michael & Jean Blaha Frances Happy Belder * Robert & Wilma Boaz

F founding member | H honorary member | N new member | S student member | ∆ advancing member | (A) Miner Alumni Association donor M Hasselmann Society member | X KMST Charter Society member | deceased

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Jesse & Mary Jane Bodine Diane Margaret Butrus (A) Michael & Joyce Bytnar (A) Richard & Sue Campbell Arlan DeKock & Linda Carr Beth Carsman * Joe & Susie Chang Calvin & Carol Cobb R. Kent Comann (A) M Charles Copeland (A) James Drewniak & Mariesa Crow Jeff Crum * M Katherine “Kitty” Crum F M Delbert & Shirley Day (A) M Royce Vessell & Flo Denton Al DeValve Donald Dowling Jr. Paul & Eleanor Dowling F James & Myrna Eckhoff Richard & Cathy Eimer (A) Bill & Celia Engelhardt Karen Ferber Ed Fris Vern & Mildred Gevecker * Perrin Roller & Brenda Gillis (A) Marianne Gjelsteen Thor Gjelsteen * Joseph Gladbach Glenn Graham * Ruth Graham Norman & Theora Hart (A) Arthur & Evelyn Helwig (A) James Kenneth Highfill Lois Highfill * John & LuAnne Hodges (A) Gerald & Audrey Huddleson (A) Jon & Barbara Jansky Robert & Betty Jenkins (A) Richard & LaVona Jordan (A) Gregory & Gloria Junge (A) Gilbert & Cleora Keeley (A) M J. Curtis & Mary Elizabeth Killinger (A) Kent Lynn Rick & Barbara Matthews Donald & Mary McGovern (A) Jim Menefee * Robert & Frances Haemmerlie Montgomery Joe & Mary Ellen Mooney * Buddie Morris * Robert & Linda Mueller Oscar & Ruth Muskopf (A) M Barbara Olsen John Olsen * Robert & Ginny Pahl (A) Jack & Jolene Painter * Ed & Naomi Parsons *

George Penzel * M Elizabeth Pipher * Ted Planje David & Barbara Porchey Agnes Remington * Charles Remington (A) Thomas & Jacqueline Remmers Gary & Donna Roebke (A) Richard & Joan Ross Paul & Mary Rothband (A) Charles & Marilyn Schmidt Hans & Jimmie Schmoldt F M Bob Schoenthaler * M Ronald & Betty Schuster Jeanne Senne * Joseph Senne Jr. (A) Jeffrey & Patricia (Klug) Sheets Dorothy Smith Harry Smith * Lou & Sharon Smith Jim & Julia Stoffer Richard & Rose Marie Straeter (A) N Mark & Jamie Stratman David & Barbara Summers James Kenneth & Patricia Thompson (A) James & Theresa Unnerstall (A) Thomas & Lana Van Doren M Ruby Webb (A) William Keith & Bobbie Wedge (A) M Charles & Joan Wentz (A) David & Sharianne Wisherd Kenneth & Ramona Wood (A) Daniel Keith & Linda Kay (Moore) Wright (A)

Claghn of the Shamrock $25,000 - $49,999

Rex Alford (A) Shirley Andrews William Andrews * Kent & Lindsay (Lomax) Bagnall Craig Alan & Cynthia (Gereau) Bailey Bob & Mildred Banks * John & Nancy Bartel (A) Donald Bartling Robert & Peggy Bay (A) Jerry & Shirley Bayless (A)

William Bennett * William Alan & Nina Benson (A) Robert & June Berry (A) Jerome Berry * Gerald & Donna Bersett James & Nancy Berthold Ron & Valri Bieniek David & Mary Blume Lucien & Sammy Louise Bolon (A) Philip & Elizabeth Boyer * Donald & Nancy Brackhahn (A) M Pat Brassfield (A) Michael & Elizabeth Bratcher Helen Broaddus Pat Broaddus * Constance Brown Maurice & Ann Brubaker ∆ Kenneth & Shirley Cage John & Sharon Campbell (A) Cheng-Chiao Chen Lawrence & Maxine Christensen M Joseph & Eleanor Clair * William & Joan Clarke (A) Matteo & Kathleen Coco (A) Hugh & Linda Cole (A) ∆ Bill Collins * M Aaron & Brenda Cook (A) J. Robert Cook * Grace Cook David & Susan Dearth (A) Jim DeLong Stephen & Bette Douglass (A) Eric & Darlene Dunning (A) John & Wanda Earls Will & Michelle Eatherton William & Daryl Ann Eaton James William & Marjorie Espy (A) Walter & Boo Eversman John & Dianne Farmer Larry & Judith Farmer (A) Frank & Louis Fennerty Gary & Connie Fennewald (A) Phillip & Kay Fetterman (A) Wayne & Cathy Fieseler N Agnes Finley Tom Finley * James & Ann Rene Foil (A) Michael & Katherine Foresman (A) Rodney Foster (A) Raymond Fournelle (A) Richard & Sandra Frueh John Gardner II Harold Garner Lawrence & Catherine George (A)

David Glenn (A) Ira Goff * Michael & Vivan Goodwin James & Lida Marie Gorrell Willis & Rose Grinstead (A) Henry & Margrete Gross * Max & Jacki Guinn Jack & Denise Guth (A) Edward & Barbara Hale Leslie & Loretta Werner Hamilton (A) Mark & Mary Hargis Johnny & Elizabeth Harmon * M Margaret Geraldine Harr * Michael & Deborah Haynes (A) M Richard & Janace Heagler (A) Bradley & Connie Hornburg Paul & Linda Hustad William & Catherine Jenks * M Kenneth & Beverly Jinkerson (A) Byron & Mary Ann Keil (A) Leonard & Mary Kirberg M Alan & Karen Kornacki (A) Dennis & Mary Kostic Mark & Terri Krahenbuhl (A) Harold Krueger (A) M Bob & Mary Kruse Eugene & Rose Lang (A) John & Bonnie Latzer (A) M John & Marylou Wade Legsdin Robert & Marcia Leonard (A) ∆ Frank Lyons * Joan Lyons Gary & Lisa Maxwell Emily McCaffrey John Remmers & Catherine McCain Belding & Ruby McCurdy * F M Dale & Tracy McHenry (A) Helen McIntyre Kim Colter & Elaine Menke Tom & Kathryn Miesner Jonathan & Catherine Motherwell (A) Freda Munger * Paul Munger James Murphy Jennifer Myers * Steve Nelson Frederick Newton Jr. June Oberbeck * Ron & Suzanne Olson Thomas & Linda Owens J. Michael & Catherine Party Paul Pender

Dottie Perry Norris & Laura Perry (A) Roy Perry * Herman & Helen Pfeifer Peter & Marion Pietsch * Bob Pohl * Doris Pohl Jack Potter Doyle & Suzanne Powell Virgil Lee & Miriam Powell (A) Grace Prange Herbert Prange * Kurt Priester * Sue Priester Christopher & Darlene (Meloy) Ramsay (A) ∆ Jim Redding * Mary Louise Redding Edward & Hilda Remmers Dusty Rhoades * Trudy Robbins J. Kent & Winona Roberts Bernie & Lena Sarchet * F M Harry John & Katie Sauer Raymond & Ruth Schaffart (A) Harold Andrew & Linda Schelin George & Catherine Schindler (A) Edna Scott * Inge Scott James Scott * Edith Skitek Gabe Skitek * Corinne Smith Duncan Smith * William Soper (A) Claudine Spalding M Vic Spalding * M Ernest & June Spokes * Richard & Marjorie Ann Stegemeier Robert Stevens M Howard & Geraldine Stine (A) Bryan & Jeanne Stirrat (A) Waldemar Stopkey (A) Stephen & Elizabeth Suellentrop (A) 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 Brownie Unsell * Jeanette Unsell James & Karen Van Buren (A)

John Warner * Vicky Warner Ann Webb Bill Webb * Robert Wayne & Linda Whitehead (A) ∆ John & Patricia Wickey (A) John & Melody Wiggins Rex Williams * Julia Wilson Robert Wilson * Dorothea Wolf (A) M Steven & Lyneve Wunning Dee Wyatt * Louis Wyatt Wei-Wen & Yueh-Hsin Yu Thomas & Judith Zenge (A) Henry Zoller * F

General Membership

Thomas & Marjorie Abernathy (A) Gary & Carolyn Achenbach Thomas & Kaye Lynn Akers Wayne & Barbara Alexander Timothy & Julie Alfermann (A) Diana Alt (A) Charles & Anita Altheide (A) Andy Anderson Colleen & Kim Anderson Dennis & Lucille Anderson (A) N Jim & Dixie Anderson Marguerite Anderson * Mary Alice Anderson Max & Katrina Anderson M William & Jamie Anderson Lewis Andrews * Jamie Archer Bassem & Gery Armaly Will Arnold * Wilma Arnold Robert Steven & Joan Aronstam Lee & Mary Aston George Axmacher * Norma Axmacher Bonnie Bachman N Daniel Jaye & Wendy Leann (Moore) Bailey (A) Ernest & Angela (Blake) Banks (A) William & Shirley Barbier David & Kay Barr Dick & Susan Baumann John & Marcia Behr Leland & Jerena Belew Donald & Judith Bellchamber (A) Robert & Gwendolyn Benezette

F founding member | H honorary member | N new member | S student member | ∆ advancing member | (A) Miner Alumni Association donor M Hasselmann Society member | X KMST Charter Society member | deceased

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Listed by giving level

Bob & Irene Bening Wayne & Jane Ellen (Taylor) Bennetsen (A) Robert & Karla Benson (A) N Vernon & Nancy Berkey (A) Jack & Carolyn Bertelsmeyer John Best (A) Earl Biermann * Olga Biermann James Bogan & Mary Bird Bill & Jane Black M Daniel Bohachick John Charles & Diane Borthwick (A) N James & Judith Louise Bradley (A) Glenn Brand * Janet Brand Michael & Barbara Bray Darlene Brees J.D. & Amy Bridge Jason Bridges (A) Robert & Joyce Brockhaus Henry & Elizabeth Brown (A) Billy Rex Browngard * Bertie Browning * Thomas & Marsha Buechler Stephen & Barbara Bugg Richard & Janice Bullock David & Carolyn Bunch James & Mary Patricia Bush Connie Byrne Edward & Patricia Jean Marlow Calcaterra Gene & Laurie Campbell Donald & Virginia Capone (A) George & Elaine Carlstrom John & Pat Carney Preston Carney (A) John & Wendy (Scott) Carter Brian & Debbie Castle James & Laura Castle Margaret Castleman Mary Lou Castleman Judy Cavender Jeffrey & Lisa Cawlfield (A) James & Betty Chaney (A) Corey Chapman Elmond & Claire Claridge Clint & Judith Clark John Claypool * Bud Clayton * Martha Clayton Virginia Cleary Stuart & Anna Ruth (Light) Coats N Andrew Cochran * Tom & Debby Coffman Daniel & Rhonda Cole Bud & Kathy Cook Don Coolidge * Helen Coolidge Mark & La’Tonya Crawford Bill & Judie Crede Ed & Joan Crow Bud Culbertson *

Clara Cunningham * Madison & Mary Daily Donald & Millie Dampf (A) Royal & Ana Maria Davide-Webster Robert & Wanda Davis Dwight Deardeuff * Linda Deardeuff Michael & Kathleen Delany (A) Jeffrey Ward & Sharon Gates Douthitt Andrew Draker (A) Charles Draper * Bev Drury Peter & Shawna DuBois Don Dutton * Ruth Dutton Henry Pat & Catherine Duvall (A) John & Marie Eash (A) Mark Ebel Bob & Adele Eck William & Connie Eggert Bob & Catherine Elgin * Richard & Becky Elgin C. Dale & Kathy Elifrits Curt & Cecilia (Gutierrez) Elmore N Howard Eloe JoAnn Eloe * Tom & Mildred English Kelvin & Fran Erickson (A) Don Evans * Donna Evans James & Maureen Faletti (A) N Ed Farrell * Ruth Faucett Tom Faucett * Gary & Pamela Ferguson Floyd & Caroleen Ferrell (A) Neil & Barbara Ann Fiala (A) Susan Findley Charlie Finley * Dixie Finley John Finley * Susan Finley Mark & Stephanie Fitch Bette Fitzpatrick James Fitzpatrick * Jack & Sue Fleischli N Paul & Deborah Fleischut H. William & Jeanne Flood (A) Russell & Patricia Flye Glen & Mary Ellen Forck (A) Jimmy & Selma Forgotson * McElyea Frame * Bob & Susan Freeland Raymond & Cecilia (Meyer) Freeman Harold & Nellie Fuller * John & Marie Fulton Walt & Laura Gajda Robert Garvey Scott & Pamela Gegesky S. Craig & Laraine George Chuck Germer

Jon Michael & Amy Gibbs (A) N Elmer Gieseke * Ronald & Shirley Gillham (A) Jerry Gilmore Ann Givens Paul Givens * Evelyn Glover Jim Glover * Edwin & Nancy Goetemann (A) John Robert & Margaret Ellen (Dickerson) Gordon Jack Govier * Virginia Govier (A) Steven & Maria Grant R. Larry & Maxine Grayson William & Belinda Green Jay & Mickey Gregg Neal Griesenauer David & Betty Griffith Nance Griggs Will Griggs * Bud & Eilenn Hacker F Donald & Gail Louise (Dolan) Hahn Stuart Baur & Martina Hahn-Baur Bill Hallett John Hamblen * Marianne Hamblen Bob & Mary Hanna Mark & Julie Harms Steve & Kim Harrison Mike & Jenny Hartung Buz & Sandy Harvey Hugh & Lane Harvey Allen & Dina Hatheway Dennis & Patti Haubein Charles Barry & Judith Ann Fister Hayden William Lance Haynes (A) David Head John Heagler * Mary Heagler David Heideman Carl Heim * Holly Bohlen Heiser * Charles & Peggy Hell William Heller * Matthew Hendren Thomas & Mary Herrmann (A) Harry Hershey (A) N Jim & Michele Higbee David Hill (A) Merle & Jayne Hill Gregory & Tina Hilmas Adam Henry & Julia (Rosemann) Hilton Gary & Sharra Hinz Paul & Julie (Stevens) Hirtz (A) John & Sarah Hock N Jim Hoelscher * Margaret Hoelscher Vic & Rosemary Hoffmann Gary & Gretchen Holland

Donald Burton & Jean (Fischer) Holley Hop Hoppock * Gene & Nancy Horne Timothy & Kathleen Houghton Steven Bernard & Yvette Howard (A) Marvin Ernest & Mary Hudwalker Wayne & Jaci Huebner Marcus & Melanie Huggans Orville & Judy Hunter Brian Hyde Carl & Eleanor Ijames Jay & Dawna Immele William Thomas & Barbara Ingram Bill & Helen Jabsen * Dennis & Janet Jaggi Richard & Judy Janis Jon & Barbara Jansky Glenn 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 * Philip & Barbara Jozwiak (A) Thomas & Eleanor Kalin Ollie & Bernadeen Kamper * M Dorothy Kasten Ray Kasten * James & Dorothy Chesley Keebler John Greg & Becky Kellerman Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Kelly * Charles & Muriel Kentnor * Danny Kerns F. Frederick & Lynne Kielhorn N Pete Malsch & Jeanne Kightliner Joe & Karen Kinsella John & Constance Klug (A) Perry Knight Richard & Mary Koch Robert & Erin Nicole (Corr) Koch John & Linda Marie (Capone) Komlos N Richard & Mary Beth Konrad (A) Harold & Marie Koplar * Leslie & Barbara Koval Kraig & Sandy Kreikemeier (A) Joe & Susanne Krispin David & Janice Kroeter (A) Christopher Krueger James & Sharon Kuenz N

Denny LaBantschning James & Margie Lambert Jennings & Josephine Lambeth Gregory & Sharon Lang (A) N Bob & Sybil Lange Al & Debra LaPlante John & Nancy Larkin * Mildred Larkin Wayne & Gayle Laufer (A) N Richard & Joan Laughlin N John & Margaret Lauletta (A) Palmer & Laura Lawson Harvey Leaver * Olive Leaver Walter Paul Leber (A) Dale & Irene Leidy Dennis & Pamela (Thebeau) Leitterman (A) Rodney & Nancy Lentz Rene Leonard Larry & Barbara Leuschke (A) David & Barbara Lewis N Rodney Littleton John Livingston * Christopher Lloyd Cori Marie Lock Vern & Betty Loesing * William & Joyce Logel D.C. & Pat Look Gregory Connor & Amy Loomis Ed & Beth Lorey Marie Loughridge H. John Lutz (A) N Leonard & Paula (Marcellus) Lutz Floyd & Irene Macklin * F M George & Mary (White) MacZura Don & Lina Madison Paul Martin Majors Steven & Gwen Malcolm F. Stephen & Leslie Malott Joe Marchello * Louise Marchello Robert & Mylla Markland N Kent Martin * Morton May * Kenneth & Helena Mayhan Terry & Susan McCallister (A) N Greg & Janet McClain Michael & Sandy McComas Cary & Jane McConnell James & Judith McKelvey Margie McKelvey F Ralph McKelvey * F Jesse & Priscilla McMahan N Druery McMillan T. Michael & Marilyn McMillen (A) Philip & Glenda McNeal Roscoe & Emma Jean McWilliams Jose & Juanita Mendoza

Jim Sowers & Francine Merenghi Judy Metcalf Michael & Mary Meyer Stephen & Maureen (Murphy) Midgley N Ashok & Chris Midha John & Beverly Miles (A) Ann Miller Jim Miller * Norman & Sallie Miller Joseph & Ann Minor Ann Mitchell Bob & Jane Mitchell John Mitchell * Barton & Deanna Moenster (A) J. Derald & June Morgan Louise Morgan Buddie & Ena Morris Jack & Fran Morris Tom & Belinda Gayle Morris Dale & Debora Morse N Justin Moses Steven & Julia Moss N William & Deborah Mount Gary & Mary Mueller George & Darla Mueller Steve & Ernestine Mueller (A) Walter & Susan Mueller Nathan Mundis James J. Murphy * Jim & Linda Murphy Donald Myers (A) * Charles & Jean Naslund Bob Nau * Ken Neal * Fred Nelson * Joanne Nelson Norbert Neumann Stephan & Kay Neumann David & Mae Jean Nothstine (A) N Mary Null Paul Null * Jorge & Heidi Ochoa Cal & Eva Ochs Mike & Olive O’Connor Wendell & Sandra Ogrosky Jane O’Keefe Tom O’Keefe * Thomas & Rebecca O’Keefe Bill & Ferda Omurtag John Owens * Susan Owens Ed Owsley * Ralph & Marie Ozorkiewicz M Scott & Ruxandra Palmtag (A) N Fred & Alison Parks Gary & Barbara Patterson (A) Danton & Loretta Paulson (A) Harry & Ruth Pearson Jack Robert & Kelly Eileen (Kipp) Pennuto James B. Perkins *

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Listed by giving level Marti Perkins Russell Perry Crockey & Kathryn Peterson Robert & Gail Phelan Riley & Helene Hardy Pierce N Dale & Janet Pitt Bud & Mary Pohlman Joe & Jennifer Posda Mike & Jacquelyn Potter John Powell (A) Sharyn Powell (A) Shamsher & Sally Prakash Lance Stephen & Angela (Beshears) Privett Joseph & Charlotte Quinn (A) Joe Rakaskas * Pauli Rakaskas Maureen Ramsey Neil Allen & Nicole Randol Babu & Lalitha Rao Harvey Reed * M Mabel Reed M John & Diane Reiss (A) Murray & Ruth Renick Chuck Rice Alfred & Margaret Richardson Jack & Marcia Ridley Phil Thompson & Catherine Riordan Robbie & Gertrude Robbins *

John & Linda Rockaway Andrew Ronchetto N S Gene & Mary Ronchetto (A) N Ronald Rosner N Al & Christine Royal Mel & Leonora Rueppel Eugene & Mary Russell (A) Martin Rust Bill Rutledge * Katherine Rutledge Anthony Salinas George & Donna Salof Nick & Amy Sansotta Lee & Priscilla Saperstein Bob Sauer Robert & Linda Saxer Robert & Janet Scanlon (A) Stephen Schade N Helen Schaefer * Tom & Janet Scheffer Dale & Betty Schillinger (A) Joe Schmidberger Norbert & Donna Schmidt Hans & Kathy Schmoldt Jon Carl & Robin Schneider (A) Paul & Nancy Schnoebelen (A) Art & Wilma Scholz * William & Jane Schonberg (A) Carl & Joyce Schopfer Aaron James Schrader (A) N

Walter & Irene Schrenk * F James & Cheryl Schroer Gary & Janet Schumacher Thomas & Joan Schuman N Robert & Cindy Schwartz Gordon Scofield (A) N Toni Scott Jeffrey & Rebecca Seaman Jere Cadoret & Cheryl Seeger Gene & Joan Sehl John Seipel * Mary Seipel Jerry & Maura Sellers Larry & Connie Sexton Ann Shelton James & Julia Shildmyer (A) William Eric & Polly Sue (Scott) Showalter Si & Betty Sineath Kevin Quentin & Karol Smith Neil & Susan Smith Tim & Martine Smith Walter & Venita Snelson * Betty Soult John Soult * Randy & Janet Southmayd N J.C. & Patricia Bloemker Sowers (A) Thomas & Christine Sowers Larry & Elaine Spanier * M Don & Linda Sparlin (A)

James & Carol Spehr Dale & Patricia (Ruma) Spence (A) Curt & Virginia Sphar Bob & Helen Springer * M Jane St. Clair F Rodman St. Clair * F Dale & Betty St. Gemme E. Keith & Mary Sandra Stanek Al Steinbach * Dick & Mina Steiner Jeff & Mary Steinhart (A) Richard Stephenson Judy Stewart Mac Stewart * E.A. & Pauline Stricker * Wes & Pam Stricker Randyl Stuckemeyer * N Susan Stuckemeyer N Daniel & Diane Stutts John & Lee Suarez Oliver & Helen Swisher Russ Pfeifle & Nicole Talbot 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 Keith George & Linda Tomazi N Frank Townsend * Bill & Judith Tranter Charles & Ann Travelstead Gary & Concha Trippensee Gerald & Lori Uhi Jonathan Van Houten Natalie Vanderspiegel Torie Ann Vandeven John & Peggy Vaughn Rich & Carol Vehige Prashant Vemireddy Mike Vickers * Pat Vickers Fred & Sue Vogt Lou Vogt Thomas & Carol Voss (A) Raymond & Barbara Waggoner William & Lula Walker (A) Don & Patricia Warner Dave Weinbaum Mel & Millie Weinbaum * Jean Weingaertner John Weingaertner * Bud & Naomi Weiser * Ann Weller Charles Weniger

Thomas & Mary Lynn Wetteroth (A) N Thomas & Patricia Weyand (A) N Henry Whaley * Patricia Whaley (A) Sara Wharton * David & Donna Whiteley Virgil Whitworth * F Luke & Janet Louise Wickey-Spence (A) Henry Allen & Bonnie Wiebe (A) N Brandon Kenneth & Jamie Marlene (Ferrero) Wieschhaus John & Marilyn Wiesehan Gerald Wilemski Lance & Patricia Williams Rob & Kathy Williams Ronald & Janet Williams (A) Willis & Nancy Wilson Bob Winkle * Joanne Winkle Benjamin & Brenda Winter (A) L.D. Witt (A) N Don & MaryAnn Wojtkowski Len & Ida Mae Wolff Warren Kent Wray Gordon & Betty Carole Wright

F founding member | H honorary member | N new member | S student member | ∆ advancing member | (A) Miner Alumni Association donor M Hasselmann Society member | X KMST Charter Society member | deceased

*

Leaving a legacy: The Hasselmann Society Karl Hasselmann, MinE’25, left a legacy of geological exploration for people around the globe and a legacy of philantrophy for S&T alumni. 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, the Hasselmanns’ contributions total more than $14.8 million, and thanks to careful estate planning, that amount grows each year. The Hasselmann Society recognizes those individuals who have made provisions for Missouri S&T in their will or other estate plans. Through the generosity and forethought of these alumni and friends, programs and facilities are preserved and improved, opportunities are developed for students and faculty, and Missouri S&T’s future is secured. Please share with us if you have included Missouri S&T in your plans so we may express our gratitude and welcome you into the Hasselmann Society.

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The Karl and Marjory Hasselmann Estate provides funding every year for university support.

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Donors listed by class year 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, 2008, to June 30, 2009. Class of 1938 Alumni $1,000 to $2,499 donors Mrs. Herbert (Grace) Prange r listed by class year $500 to $999

Less than $100

Less than $100

$1,000 to $2,499

$1,000 to $2,499

Joseph Marvin Coon James Donahue (A) Edward Clarke Romine Paul Ross (A)

Arthur Keith Cook George Dahm * Joseph Schmitt (A) Edward Schneider Jr. Benjamin Weidle (A)

Henry Adamick (A) John Brodhacker (A)

Harold Butzer r Eugene Hammann (A) Kenneth Vaughan

Class of 1910

$5,000 to $9,999

$25,000 to $49,999 V.H. McNutt Memorial Foundation r M

B.W. Koeppel r (A) M

Class of 1941

$250 to $499

John Gardner II r

Allen Bliss * (A)

$100 to $249

Less than $100

Edward Ballman (A) Mrs. Melvin (Mary Lou) Nickel (A)

Mrs. John (Pauline) Doyle Estate M

Less than $100

Class of 1915

Class of 1924

$10,000 to $24,999 Ed Smith Trust

W. Neal Buck

Class of 1939 $1,000 to $2,499

Class of 1925

Hubert Barger r (A) Mrs. William (Ruby) Webb r (A)

Karl Hasselmann Estate r M

$100 to $249

$1,000,000-plus

Class of 1933

Elmond Claridge r Robert Haviland (A) George Mueller r (A) M

Arthur Shrubsall Estate

Less than $100

$50,000 to $99,999 $100 to $249 Charles Hunze (A)

Class of 1934 $250 to $499

Robert Sackewitz (A)

Carlton Barrow Hoyt Thompson (A)

$100 to $249

$100 to $249

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

Mrs. William (Eileen) Kent (A)

$100 to $249

$100 to $249

Armin Fick * r (A) Marvin Nevins Jr. r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

$250 to $499 Alden Hacker r (A)

$100 to $249 Wayne Bennetsen r (A) Donald Falkingham r (A) M Nathan David Jaffe Herbert Volz (A) Carl Zvanut (A)

Less than $100 Clyde Hanyen * Frank Kenneth Kyle (A)

Robert Brackbill r (A) Vernon McGhee r (A)

$500 to $999

Class of 1937

$500 to $999

John McKee r (A) M

Class of 1940

Class of 1936 Less than $100

$10,000 to $24,999

J. Richard Hansen (A) Warren Helberg (A) O. Morris Sievert r (A) M

$1,000 to $2,499

Class of 1942

Ruble Burns (A) Walter Paul Leber r (A) Norman Tucker r (A) Charles Sturgis (A)

Rex Alford r (A) Walter James Carr Jr. John Klug r (A) John McClendon (A) John O’Neill Jr. (A) Eugene Olcott (A) Mrs. Edward (Mabel) Rueff * (A)

$250 to $499

Harry Scott (A) P. Gene Smith

Richard Cole r (A) Roy Dunham (A) Herman Mansfield (A) William McKinnell Jr. (A) Keith Sheppard (A) Ronald Tappmeyer (A)

William Oberbeck Sr. r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

$500 to $999

$10,000 to $24,999

$1,000 to $2,499 Fred Kisslinger r (A) M

$500 to $999 Mrs. Jacques (Margaret) Zoller (A)

$250 to $499 John Allen (A) Harold Krueger r (A) M

$100 to $249 Mrs. Mark (Shirley) Beard (A) Niles Brill Harry Warren Buckner Mrs. Glenn (Ruth) McCain (A) Oscar Muskopf r (A) M Joe VanPool (A)

Class of 1943

$50,000 to $99,999 Maurita Stueck r M

Jack Fleischli r H. William Flood r (A)

$500 to $999 Waldemar Dressel (A)

$250 to $499 Edward Gygax (A) Carl Weis (A)

$100 to $249 John Burst * (A) R. Kent Comann r (A) M Howard Durham * (A) Thomas Gregory Matthew Kerper (A) Henry Kurusz (A) Paul Rothband r (A) Roy Werner (A)

Less than $100 Joseph Berndt Jr. (A) Edson Bumps Francis Krill Mrs. Herbert (Jean) McColgin John Olson Mrs. Neil (Maurita) Stueck r George Thomas (A)

Class of 1944

$50,000 to $99,999 Harold Block * r M

$2,500 to $4,999 Edwin Goetemann r (A)

$250 to $499

Mrs. William (Helen) Barnett (A) Peter Des Jardins r (A) M Alan Ploesser (A) Jean Ronat (A) Alfred Thiele

Less than $100 Herbert Barnhart Frederick Drewing (A) Donald Kozeni (A) Edmund Waltenspiel * (A)

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

Edwin Fogarty (A) Glenn Fritz (A) Frank Kerr (A) Gilbert LaPiere (A) John Lewis Jr. (A) J. Walter Liddell Robert Pletz (A) M John Powell r (A) James Smith (A) James Sullivan Wilbur Tappmeyer Joel Teel (A) Mrs. Wilbert (Eda) Wegener (A) Mrs. James (Barbara) Wylie (A)

Less than $100

$500 to $999

Keith Raymond Bailie H. Cliff Dameron J. Edward Little

Elmer Milz (A)

$100 to $249

Class of 1948

Satoshi Kuwamoto Robert Schmidt (A)

$2,500 to $4,999

Class of 1946

Michael Delany r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

$1,000 to $2,499

Arthur Meenen (A)

Mrs. Henry (Pat) Brassfield r (A) Joseph Vogt

$100 to $249 Thomas Daniels (A) Russell Frame (A) Donald Meyer Kenneth Wilhelms (A)

Class of 1947

$25,000 to $49,999 William and Sue Howard Trust M

$2,500 to $4,999

$500 to $999 Gilbert Keeley r (A) M

$250 to $499 Peter Bermel (A) Gerardo Joffe (A) Kenneth Niewoehner (A) David Smith (A) Mrs. Henry (Patricia) Whaley r (A)

John Schork r (A) M

r OGS member | (A) Miner Alumni Association donor | M Hasselmann Society member | X KMST Charter Society member |

* deceased

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$100 to $249

$500 to $999

Joseph Allen Jr. (A) Howard Casselman (A) James Chaney r (A) Mrs. William (Sue) Ellis (A) Robert Held (A) Joseph Hepp (A) Richard Howell (A) Robert Kracht (A) Vernon Lawson John Leahy (A) Mrs. George (Isabel) McCormack Edward Mueller (A) Roger Nowlin (A) Mrs. Ely (Elizabeth) Schwartz (A) Alvin Shwartz (A) Wilbert Stoecker Glenn Windsor Warren (A) Wilbern Weddle (A) James Whanger (A)

Robert Kemper (A) Mrs. Amos (Lois) Norman (A) Charles Remington r (A) John Stein Donald Timmer

Less than $100 John Barton Stanley Bye Jr. (A) James Chaffin Don Detjen Maurice Ellis Ronald Emo Richard Enochs (A) James Fisher (A) George Gregg Robert Gregory (A) Samuel Halcomb Alfred Harvey Lawrence Jamboretz Walter Mathews William Neustaedter Mrs. Lawrence (Becky) O’Neill (A) David Petersen Robert Rock John White (A)

Class of 1949

$10,000 to $24,999 Daniel Paul Rice (A) Rayferd Routh r (A) M

$5,000 to $9,999 Joseph Sevick r (A) M

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

$1,000 to $2,499 Mrs. William (Dorothy) Gammon r (A) Gordon Scofield r (A) Frederick Springer r (A)

$250 to $499 Charles Bennett (A) Jack Foster (A) Joseph Quinn r (A) John Reilly Jr. (A) Charles Springstube (A)

$100 to $249 George Anderson r (A) M Harvey Anderson Jr. (A) Mrs. James (Maxine) Bell (A) Charles Bottermuller (A) David Brasel (A) Gordon Carpenter (A) Roy Coplen Jr. (A) Carl Danzer (A) Jack Downs * Richard Duncan Paul Edwards (A) John Gosen (A) William Griffith Elmer Cecil Hill (A) Nick Holloway Jr. Robert Martin (A) Mrs. James (Theresa) McGrath (A) Edmund Mengel (A) William Morgan John Mulligan (A) Joseph Reiss (A) Albert Seelig Jr. (A) John Shute Mrs. Edgar (Elizabeth) Telthorst (A) Arthur Tucker (A) Landon Viles (A) M Vernon Wells

Less than $100 Donald Atkisson Erwin Blankenmeister (A) Alexander Boyer (A) Frederick Crossman Norman Fanning (A) Paul Greer (A) John Hegwer (A) Walter Knecht (A) Elmo Knutson Edward Leonard Laurel Linn (A) William Magruder Mrs. John McDonald (A) Harlan Meyer Gordon Raymer Harvey Ross (A) John Toomey r M Otto Van Maerssen (A)

Judson Willis Jr. Charles Wissel (A) Reagan Young

Class of 1950 $1,000,000-plus Mrs. Edward (Helen) Lasko * r M

$100,000 to $249,999 Morton Deutch r (A) M Thomas Holmes r M

$10,000 to $24,999 Shirley (Swartz) Spindle r

$5,000 to $9,999 George Jamieson r M

$2,500 to $4,999 John Wickey r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Vernon Berkey r (A) William Bucha (A) David Grimm r Arthur Helwig r (A) Thomas Herrmann r (A) E. Louis Kapernaros r (A)

$500 to $999 Avery Ala Drake Jr. (A) Edward Kyburz (A) Raymond Maag Richard Stegemeier r

$250 to $499 Alexander Baldo (A) John Bennett (A) Jesse Bodine r Donald Dampf r (A) Aaron Greenberg * (A) M Edward Johnson (A) Hulen Luetjen (A) George Mabie (A) Eugene Peetz (A) J. Kent Roberts r Gene Robinson (A) Mervin Shanafelt (A) Harold Tibbs (A) Frank White Jr. (A) Carl Zerweck Jr. (A)

$100 to $249 Lewis Agnew Jr. (A) Wilbert Bach Jr. (A) Eugene Bartels Vernon Brunson (A) Robert Buel (A) Laurence Cantwell (A) Willie Chen (A) Charles Church (A) Roy Clayton (A)

Mrs. Robert (Roxie) Cronk (A) Ralph Davis Jr. Sidney Duerr Jr. Melih Durusan (A) William Gabelmann * (A) Arthur Gore (A) Clarence Graves Jr. (A) Louis Greco (A) Paul Haas Mrs. Paul (Mary) Huber (A) J. Richard Hunt r (A) Clarence Isbell Jr. * (A) Mrs. Norman (Shirley) Jeffries (A) Donald Johnson (A) Ralph Johnston Jr. (A) Arlen Kuehnert (A) Charles Kunz (A) Merritt Langston Carl Mann (A) Donald Marshall (A) John McNichols (A) Howard Meier William Murphy (A) William Paulsell (A) Theodore Reeves (A) Earl Sanderson Jr. (A) William Spencer (A) Robert Steele (A) Eugene Stifel (A) John Strong (A) Edwin Szumachowski (A) R. Milton Terry Harold Theerman (A) Edgar Thielker (A) Mrs. Vester (Jeanette) Unsell r August Vogler Jr. (A) Walter Walker (A) Alden Williams * (A) Mrs. Alden (Lois) Williams (A) James Winkler Ralph Wolfram

Less than $100 Sheldon Arenberg (A) Hubert Arnold Philip Averbach (A) Robert Ball * (A) Donald Branson (A) Delmar Wallace Breuer (A) Stuart Brown Fredrick Cochran (A) William Coolbaugh (A) Raymond Davis Russell Day Stanley Dolecki (A) Karlheinz Eissinger (A) Adelbert Eldridge (A) Robert Erb (A) Ivan Gray (A) Jack Guth r (A) Enrique Heller (A) Russell Judah

George Kelley David Levy Joseph Manetzke Jr. Ernie Mason (A) Joseph Milich Theodore Oldenburg (A) Robert Patten Harvey Phillips Jr. Stanley Scales (A) H. Parnell Schoenky (A) Donald Sewall Robert Starke (A) Jack Steuterman (A) Billy Stevens Clarence Tunnicliff (A) Raymond Warfield Jr. (A) Harold Wright Donald Wunnenberg (A)

Class of 1951

$100,000 to $249,999

William Horst r (A) M

$10,000 to $24,999 Donald Dowling Jr. r

$5,000 to $9,999 David Glenn r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Raymond Cathcart (A) Herman Fritschen Jr. r (A) William Givens (A) Joseph Senne Jr. r (A) X Thomas Walsh (A) Mrs. Robert (Dottye) Wolf r (A) M

$500 to $999 Richard Bullock r Mrs. James (Erma) Cooper (A) Lester Holcomb (A) Earl Jackson (A) Bruce Tarantola r (A) Robert Zinke (A)

$250 to $499 John Brillos (A) Kenneth Burkhead Sr. (A) George Comanich (A) Eugene Hohlfelder (A) Clark Houghton (A) Audrey Huddleson r (A) X

$100 to $249 Anthony Anderhub (A) William Baldwin (A) Roger Banghart (A) Robert Barrow (A) Joseph Beatty (A) Gerald Bellis

r OGS member | (A) Miner Alumni Association donor | M Hasselmann Society member | X KMST Charter Society member |

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Mrs. Melvin (Mary) Buettner (A) Arthur Dasenbrock (A) Mrs. Robert (Virginia) Dieckgrafe George Donaldson (A) William Fairchild John Griffith (A) Loren Hargus Jr. (A) William Harper (A) Paul Harrawood (A) Mrs. John (Mary) Heagler r John Hirner (A) Gerald Johnson (A) Gerald Keller (A) Harry Kennedy (A) Donald Kingsborough (A) George Knight (A) William Koederitz (A) Eugene Kolb (A) Richard Ladd Mrs. Robert (Helen) Mellott (A) Martin Oudenhoven (A) Elmer Packheiser (A) Joe Powell (A) Charles Schweizer William Shepard Milton Silver (A) Mario Trieste Lee Wehmeier Larson Wile (A)

Less than $100 Billy Burkhardt (A) Donald Canady (A) Jerome Elbaum Joseph Fornari Roger Hull Cyril Kinane M. Dean Kleinkopf (A) Andrew Knepper Eugene Larson John May Hulon McDaniel Roy Miles (A) Marion John Norton (A) Paul Pender r James Roberts Don Roloff Wiley Ruhl Jr. Martin Rust James Skiles Dwight Teagarden Wilbert Theerman (A) Richard Thurston (A) William Tsai (A) William Van Bramer Harry Walker Donald Wiseman Marvin Zeid r M

Class of 1952

$10,000 to $24,999 Robert Schafer r

* deceased

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Donors listed by class year

$5,000 to $9,999 Gene Edwards r (A) M Mrs. John (Helen) McIntyre r

$1,000 to $2,499 Thomas Abernathy r (A) Richard Bauer r (A) Richard Bosse (A) Kenneth DeLap (A) Byron Keil r (A) Richard Soehlke

$500 to $999 John Bartel r (A) David Meskan (A) Waldemar Stopkey r (A)

$250 to $499 John Evans (A) Kipp Ferns Jr. * Joseph Geers (A) Norbert Neumann r Vernon Potter (A) Theodore Ruppert r George Stegemeier Robert Uthoff (A)

$100 to $249 Frederic Ayres (A) Francis Basler (A) James Borberg (A) Richard Burdick (A) Edward Calcaterra r Lauren Choate Guy Ellison (A) George Fish Raymond Hallows Jr. (A) Charles Harman (A) Emil Hrbacek (A) Peter Lucido George MacZura r William Penney Jr. (A) William Pulford * Michael Rodolakis (A) Mehmet Keyhan Samimi (A) Roger Schoeppel (A) Dirck Stickle * (A) James Tankersley (A) Leroy Wheelock (A) Dean Williams (A) William Zenik

Less than $100 James Boyle (A) Homer Coonce Willard Cox Michael DeLucca (A) Harold Freiberger Henry Honigfort Gene Huffman Richard Light (A) Rolla Lush Gregory Menke (A) George Morefield Clarence Richey (A) Eugene Sanders (A) J. Roger Scrivner (A) Donald Spencer (A)

Russell Strite (A) Clarence Tarr Jr. (A) James Van Bebber Jr. Joseph Varanouskas (A) Robert Wickey

Class of 1953 $5,000 to $9,999

William Patterson r (A) M

$1,000 to $2,499

David McKee (A) Alfred Neiman Raymond Reschetz (A) Joe Reynolds Fred Roberts John Schemel (A)

Class of 1954 $1,000 to $2,499 Max Burgett (A)

William Barbier r Howard Yorston

$500 to $999

$500 to $999

$250 to $499

George Freebersyser (A) Peter Hansen (A) Robert Jenkins r (A) Vernon Jones r M Andrew Leponis (A) Eugene Strohbeck (A)

Alan Burgess r M Frank Conci (A) James Gerard (A) Joe Gray (A) Gene Haertling James Kenneth Highfill r James Hubeli (A) Donald Puyear (A) Carlos Tiernon r

$250 to $499 Everett Bruer Jr. (A) Myron Haynes (A) Elwood Knobel (A) Thomas Koederitz (A) John Robert McDonald (A) Eugene Myers (A) William Oberschelp (A) James Roberts

$100 to $249 Mrs. Ernest (Mollie) Achterberg (A) James Edward Akers William Blackwell (A) Marvin Boyd (A) Wayne Dannenbrink (A) Earl Dill (A) Walker Flood John Ford (A) Eugene Getson (A) Richard Hendrickson (A) Richard Holland (A) William Kronmueller (A) Eugene Lang Sr. r (A) William Lindgren (A) James Ludewig Donald Proctor Gene Rice Raymond Sacks (A) Fred Scharf (A) Bert Smith (A) George Thompson (A)

Less than $100 Henry Andre Hugh Blevins Jr. (A) James Cauthorn Henry Cole Edward Creamer (A) Jack Eason (A) Donald Gegel (A) Harry Hoppe Jr. Manfred Katz (A) Rayford Kruger (A) Ralph Kuster Jr. Milan Lipensky (A)

Herbert Pillisch (A)

$500 to $999 Arthur Baebler (A) Edward Clark Jr. (A) Donald Kummer Robert Oetting (A)

$250 to $499 John Best r (A) Jerome Dorlac (A) John McCarthy (A) Charlie Vaughn (A)

$100 to $249 Richard Berg (A) Donald Bogue (A) Lester Brockmann M Everett Collier (A) James Franklin (A) Garland Friederich (A) Richard Jones * r (A) Marlin Krieg (A) Richard Leisure John Miles r (A)

Robert Newcomer John Padan (A) Melvin Sharp Jr. Benjamin Smith (A) Arthur Soellner James Warren Stump (A) Paul Tucker (A) Laszlo Zala (A)

M. Duane Sanner Charles Schuman Julius Scott (A) Floyd Smith (A) Robert Sprick (A)

Less than $100

James Murphy r M

Donald Bailey Campbell Barnds III (A) David Davis Dale Gilliam (A) Harry Kruger (A) Mrs. Russell Langston (A) Arnold Maddox Vern Markos (A) James Marlow Miklos Nagy Robert Owens (A) Martin Prager (A) Peter Redel (A) James Rethmeyer Jr. (A)

Class of 1956 $2,500 to $4,999 $1,000 to $2,499 Charles Altheide r (A) Bruce Doe (A) M Ronald Gillham r (A) Willis Grinstead r (A) Dale Schillinger r (A) James Shildmyer r (A) James Unnerstall r (A)

$500 to $999 Donald Brown

$100 to $249 Mrs. John (Susan) Finley r M Daniel Groteke (A) Richard Humphries (A) Richard Kolb Robert O’Brien (A) Robert Puyear (A) Paul Ramsey (A) Donald Riemenschnitter Ray Rucker Robert Shoolbred James Toutz (A) Richard Wildermuth (A)

Less than $100 Martin Barylski * (A) Frederick Campen Jr. Dale Chisholm Dale Emling Robert Hopler James Jones Arthur Kemp III (A) Harold Koelling James Patterson (A) Charles Poe Jr. Harry Poe Milton Schmidt (A) Rayburn Williamson

Class of 1955 $250,000 to $499,999

Frederick Kummer Jr. r (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Virgil Lee Powell r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499

More than 110 students attended Aerospace Camp at Missouri S&T this summer. During the three-day camps, students aged 10 to 13 learned about astronomy, space exploration and the history of flight, and conducted hands-on robotic experiments.

David Nothstine r (A) Ellis Smith r

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$250 to $499

$500 to $999

Samuel Gulotta (A) Norman Hart r (A) Gilbert Jurenka (A) Ray Kollmeyer (A) John Rose Harold Schmidt (A) Raymond Tauser (A) LeRoy Thompson r (A) August Weisler Jr. (A)

Roger Feaster (A) Richard Heagler Sr. r (A) Richard Humphrey (A)

$100 to $249 Mrs. George (Marsha) Baumgartner r (A) Virgil Boyd Jr. (A) Neil Fiala r (A) Larry Fussell (A) Dennis Gooding Richard Herndon (A) James Hickernell (A) Roy Johanboeke Ralph Jones Harlan Kebel Warren Lieberman (A) James Martin Gaylord Meyer (A) Robert Owen Kenneth Riley r (A) Mrs. Harry (Patricia) Sauer Jr. (A) Clay Schmittou (A) George Senior (A) David Thompson (A) Peter Yiannos (A)

Less than $100 Leroy Beghtol John Brawley (A) William Gartland (A) Robert Gruver Wendell Haubein Harry Hays Richard Hughes (A) David Ketcham Edward Mills Arthur Reetz E. Paul Remmers (A) Allen Rudolph (A) William Schramm William Sebastian (A) Kennyn Statler (A) Kenneth Steffan (A) Jack Stewart (A) Donald Walter Edgar Walton

Class of 1957 $5,000 to $9,999 Lloyd Reuss r

$1,000 to $2,499 William Soper r (A) Charles Wentz Jr. r (A)

$250 to $499 Charles Baker August Bardelmeier (A) Donald Bowers (A) Edward Campen (A) William Demzik (A) Billy Franklin (A) Joseph Louvar (A) David McKinstry Donald Roth (A) Philip Roush (A) John Scoggins Jerry Webb (A)

$100 to $249 William Alexander (A) Robert Anderson Louis Astroth (A) Joseph Chorzel Jr. (A) Frederick Dietrich Charles Edwards (A) Charles Frey Robert Fuller (A) George Gratz (A) David Harbaugh (A) Mrs. Robert (Virginia) Helm (A) Ralph Hilmes (A) James Johnson Norman Johnson (A) Waymon Johnston (A) Thomas Kalin r Vernon King Paul Leming Charles Miller (A) Herbert Miller (A) John Rother (A) Wallace Saunders (A) Ardell Schelich (A) Joseph Seibold (A) Clifford Tanquary (A)

Less than $100 John Anderson David Berg (A) Warren Berger James Burton James Carl Jack Feaster Paul Gerlach David Hawkins (A) Raymond Hussey (A) Floyd Jones (A) David Kick (A) B. Curtis Leach James Lorenz Robert Mason (A) Alexander Matz Jr. (A) William McClane (A) Larry Oppliger

Kenneth Shriver (A) James Smith Harold Steinbruegge D’Jeanne (Welden) Stevens Clarence Vetter Jr. (A) Russell Wege (A) John Weiler (A) Ann Wethington Richard Zimmerman (A)

Raymond Frankenberg (A) Jack Haydon r (A) Richard Konrad r (A) Joseph Kroutil Joseph Palovchik (A) William Walker r (A)

Chester Hager (A) Harry Hardebeck (A) Donald Herforth (A) Thomas Herrick (A) Robert Hunter (A) Philip Jackson (A) Jack Jost (A) John Kirse Jr. Eva Kisvarsanyi Jerold Littlefield (A) William Luebbert (A) Richard Mason (A) Donald Modesitt (A) Charles Myers William Niemeyer Wesley Peel Raymond Phillips (A) John Rasche Royce Scott Jr. (A) Bob Sfreddo (A) Melvin Sherwood Marion Skouby (A) John Snyder (A) Gilbert Starkweather Robert Sucher (A) Lester Unnerstall (A) Richard Vitek r (A) M John Weems George Wright Ralph Young (A)

$500 to $999

Less than $100

Class of 1958

$50,000 to $99,999 Raymond Bucy Jr. r

$5,000 to $9,999 Donald McGovern r (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Delbert Day r (A) M Eugene Russell Sr. r (A) Charles Watts

$1,000 to $2,499

Richard Boyett (A) Edward Degenhart * (A) Arthur Kiehne (A) Richard Okenfuss (A) M William Schluemer Charles Ward (A)

$250 to $499 Donald Capone r (A) Paul Herrmann III (A) James Hofstetter (A) Fred Krueger (A) Dennis Mason (A) Larry Meyer (A) Orville Schaefer (A) Albert Schrenk (A) R. Thomas Smith (A) Mack Stanton (A) David Sutton

$100 to $249 Ronald Alberter (A) Rolland Behnken (A) John Burrows (A) Robert Capps Frank Coffey Edward Duderstadt (A) William Dye Philip Gerwert (A) Donald Gregory (A) Donald Guetersloh (A) Harvey Guinn James Hackett (A)

Gerald Allmon H. Gary Burlbaw Bradford Cummings (A) Gary Dally Jerry Ennis (A) William Field (A) George Franke Charles Gant Ronald Grebing Dale Harris Louis Pisacane Roy Rapisardo Phillip Roper (A) Paul Schreiber Richard Schwegel Paul Taylor George Tomazi r M Jerry Vie (A)

Class of 1959 $5,000 to $9,999 H. John Lutz r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Perry Allison Jerry Bayless r (A) A. James Berkel r Lucien Bolon Jr. r (A) Glenn Willard Jenkins r Joseph Reichert (A) Charles Schneider (A)

$500 to $999

Less than $100

Leo Bowlin Jr. James Bradley r (A) Don Henderson r William Hord (A) James Latham (A) Ralph Weiland (A) Louis Whitehair

William Auberry Frank Baum Jr. Gerald Bramon Jr. William Buren (A) Richard Canady Warren Carroll (A) Raymundo Chico (A) Victor DesCamp Fred Dice Jr. Larry Ferguson John Fuller Rex Gilmore Jr. Donald Hertzberg (A) Ronald Husemann (A) Charles Hyde S. Fred Isaacs James Jackson Frank Lewis Floyd Long Jr. Leland Long Gerald McHaffie (A) Alan McHugh Robert McIntyre (A) Gerald Metcalf Paul Minton Hugh Moore Ronald Mueller M Leander Neumeier Harold Olsen Wilson Overall John Pasley John Ruester Carl Schumacher Gerald Selle Lee Shell Jr. Gaylon Smith Billy Thompson (A) Richard Thompson Thomas Tucker Joseph Vitali Charles Wallace Paul Wilson (A)

$250 to $499 Gary Gunn Edward Hornsey (A) Eugene Koederitz (A) John Mitchell (A) James Patterson (A) Charles Pollard (A) Joel Scharf (A) Ronald Volker (A) James Weimholt

$100 to $249 Robert Ahlert (A) Donald Bellchamber r (A) Carl Bohl (A) Fred Borgini John Borman (A) Donald Call Don Crapnell (A) Donald Feaster (A) Sidney Green (A) James Hahn (A) William Hanneman Russell Herring (A) J. Gerald Hofer (A) Marvin Ernest Hudwalker r Bobby Ingram Frank Janes (A) Gordon Johnson Richard Jones Kent Kelley David Law (A) Harry Lum (A) Harold Meisenheimer (A) Joseph Mengwasser (A) Henry Mingo (A) James Pitlyk (A) R. David Plank (A) Norman Pond r M James Pugh (A) Jerome Range (A) John Ratliff (A) Paul Roberts Richard Ross r Carmen Ruggeri (A) Eugene Rusert Royce Schierding Donovan Schoonover (A) John Smith Robert Stelloh (A) Edward Wakefield (A) Newton Wells (A) Donald Werner Richard Wieker (A)

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$25,000 to $49,999 Robert White r M

$5,000 to $9,999 Kent Weisenstein r Kenneth Wood r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Jerrold Alyea r (A) M William Anderson r (A) Risdon Hankinson r (A) M Harry Hershey r (A) Orville Hunter Jr. r

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Donors listed by class year

$500 to $999 James Berthold r Thomas Cooper (A) Glenn Cordes Don Gunther r M James Lovelace (A) Herman Vacca (A)

$250 to $499 John Claypool * r (A) Donald Cooper (A) Johnnie Hall (A) Michael Kearney (A) Hossein Keshari (A) Lee Landers Gary Patterson r (A) Weldon Phelps Louis Rephlo (A) Richart Slusher (A) Lamar Todd Richard Waddell (A)

$100 to $249 Charles Akmakjian (A) Anthony Andreatta Harold Bennett (A) Paul Benz Charlie Blalock Lewis Cappellari (A) William Denk Henry Douglas James Eckhoff r James Ferrero (A) Virgil Flanigan George Graves (A) Oliver Harris John Harty Kenneth Horenkamp (A) Charles Hunter Kenneth Jobe (A) Paul Jordan (A) Thomas Jordan (A) Jimmie Justus (A) Robert Kieffer (A) Donald Logsdon Edgar Morris (A) Alexander Pawlowski Jr. (A) Kenneth Pendleton (A) Donald Popp (A) David Price (A) David Putnam (A) Gene Rizer (A) Robert Schuler (A) Robert Siron (A) F.J. Taylor Charles Tharp (A) Milton Tilman Millard Underwood Jr. (A) Michael Vancil (A) Neal Wagenheim (A)

Less than $100 Hubert Adams (A) Gerald Allen Ralph Angle (A) Carl Armstrong Kerwood Barrand Sr. Russell Bausch (A) Robert Belew (A)

Carrol Blackwell (A) Howard Blevins Lawrence Boston (A) Bruce Bramfitt Jerry Cadden David Chen (A) James Coffman Marvin Cook Kenneth Corbin Duane Cowan Karl Daubel (A) Danny Davidson Robert Davidson (A) Walter Dickens (A) Bill Engelhardt r Gilberto Urdaneta F. (A) William Gilbert Howard Gilby (A) Gilbert Hermann Jimmy Houseman Gordon Hyatt (A) George Jordan (A) J. Paul Kemper John Kern Donald Knobeloch Gerald Leach Frederick Lynch Henry Martin Ralph Maxton (A) John McDaniels (A) Mrs. David (Nadine) McNeely Paul Medley II (A) Thomas Mulherin B. Douglas Munsell Jon Nance James Painter William Priesmeyer Jr. Clyde Rea Emmitt Reynolds Lee Robinson Joseph Sargent Ronald Schulz Gene Scofield (A) Buddie Smith (A) Terry Smith Anthony Steinman Glenn Swartz James Walther Robert Ward Frank Watson William Wescoat III Harry Wilson Alvin Woods

Class of 1961 $5,000 to $9,999

John William Ricketts r (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Robert Meredith Saxer r

$1,000 to $2,499 Richard Agricola (A) Robert Benner r (A) Bill Gerhart r (A) Donald Myers * r (A) Robert Wayne Whitehead r (A)

$500 to $999 Larry Farmer r (A)

$250 to $499 Eugene Brenning (A) Jerry Edison (A) Robert Garvey r Harry Neal Grannemann (A) Floyd Loftin Charles Marosek (A) Virendra Mathur Barbara Patterson r (A) Thomas Theobald Morris Worley (A) John Wright

$100 to $249 Richard Baur (A) William Bosse (A) Gerald Brunkhart (A) Thomas Canale James DeSpain (A) Farouk El-Baz William Frangel Jack Gates (A) James Harvey Robert Henderson (A) William Henning (A) Anthony Jacob (A) John Latzer r (A) M Charles Lemons (A) Eugene McLaughlin (A) Terry Mills Nelson Noell James Odom (A) Joseph Perkins (A) Ernest Perry Jr. (A) Robert Randolph (A) Vinton Rathburn * (A) Richard Redline (A) Charles Roberson (A) Richard Schrieber W. Wayne Siesennop (A) Merle Southern (A) Larry Strobel (A) Louis Toepfer (A) Harvey Walker Jr. Roger Weber (A) Bruce Weetman (A) William Wistehuff

Less than $100 Leroy Alt Larry Amsler (A) James Besleme * (A) Raymond Bohlmann (A) Samuel Mitchell Bowers (A) Richard Brake Gregory Bruns James Burns Howard Colburn Frederick Cunha (A) Glen Dear Charles Featherston (A) Martha (Shultz) Fowler (A) Fred Grismore Jr. Gerry Grommet (A) Orville Hake George Hall (A)

Richard Hampe Robert Harris Kenneth Henry Robert Heuerman John Hodges r (A) James Hollingshad Melvin Ingram (A) Jeremiah Jamieson Richard Kapfer John Kincaid Robert Laurenson (A) Jerome Leslie James Lester James Marble (A) William Mathews (A) David Maune (A) John Merritt (A) John Miles (A) Kenneth Moore Thomas Noggle Robert Pettibon Ronald Pfeuffer (A) Don Rueh Kenneth Schader Paul Shy * Richard Spieldoch (A) Gary Staats Peter Stern Bruce Stinchcomb Lowell Tripp Daniel True John Walton (A) Carroll Wheat Paul Whetsell Robert Willey Martin Wuenscher

Class of 1962

$25,000 to $49,999 Richard Campbell r

$10,000 to $24,999 Bipin Doshi r M

$5,000 to $9,999 Charles Copeland r (A) Robert Tooke

$2,500 to $4,999 Peter Malsch r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Floyd Hahn (A) Mrs. Robert (Julia) Wilson r

$500 to $999 Denny Bearce Ratan Daboo Henry Pat Duvall r (A) William Harrill X William Jones Jr. Robert Merryfield P. Darrell Ownby Richard Swanson r (A) M

$250 to $499 Kenneth Baxter (A) Jerald Bishop (A) Morris Boren (A)

Roger Hoffman (A) James Joiner (A) Russell Kamper (A) John Komo (A) Charles Limbaugh Donald Pogue Gary Trippensee r Larry Webb (A) Walter Zimmermann

$100 to $249 Allen Affolter (A) Homer Anderson Myra Anderson William Breig Richard Breitenfeld (A) Gary Buckrod (A) Larry Cline Arthur Daoulas Lindell Elfrink (A) Arthur Farnham (A) Gary Ferguson Howard Fields Jerome Govero (A) Myron Grizio (A) Donald Haas (A) Richard Hagni William Hallerberg (A) Lawrence Harvey Daryl Hatfield David Hatfield Gary Havener r (A) Carol Henderson-Kuhn (A) Michael Herzog (A) James Hesse Sr. (A) James Hornkohl Gerald Huck (A) Jack Jones (A) Jayant Kadakia (A) Ernest Littleton Ken Lux Harvey Martin Charles McCaw (A) Murray Michael McCrary (A) John O’Krepky Daniel Payton III F. Michael Persson (A) Thomas Phillips (A) Richard Ploeger (A) Stanley Rand David Redington Michael Reyburn (A) Russell Richard Narayan Sedalia Edwin Sheraden Lewis Shuck (A) Kenneth Steele Kenneth Steinbruegge Paul Stigall William Stokely (A) William Sullivan III (A) Daniel White Donald Willyard William Wolkenhauer Donald Yates

Less than $100 Francis Brady Jr. (A) David Brewer Jr. (A)

Karl Brown Harold Burke Robert Cox John Dore Gerald Eberhart Robert Faenger Sidney Fields David Fischer Joe Fouraker (A) Owen Funsch (A) Douglas Gaertner (A) Michael Greeley (A) Louis Grespan James Harmon Christopher Haycocks Thomas Hertel Richard Hopper Edward Horel (A) Richard Johnson Charles Jones Warren Lawrence William Leininger Gerald McMurtrey Navnit Mehta Richard Mueller John Mullins Jr. Michael Perry (A) Bob Pulley John Rabacs (A) David Ray Blair Rowley (A) Gerald Rullkoetter Ardeshir Samrad Jerry Scoggins Thomas Scott Dinesh Shah William Slocum (A) George Stair James Teske Robert Thurman Thomas Van Doren r M Bob Vaughan William Wasson Joseph Weber (A) Ellis Wieda Bill Wilbanks Henry Williford Jr. Gungor Yildirim (A)

Class of 1963

$10,000 to $24,999 Robert Markland r

$5,000 to $9,999 Kenneth Cage r

$1,000 to $2,499 Everett Adam Jr. Kraig Kreikemeier r (A) Raymond Schaffart r (A) James Van Buren r (A)

$500 to $999 Donald Bartling r Michael Modde (A) Robert Sieckhaus (A) Allen Kent Thoeni r (A) Jon Vaninger (A)

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$250 to $499 Sherman Brady Jr. (A) Fredric Brost John Farmer III r Richard Jaquay Jerome Klier Robert Koester Donald Mason Charles May Jr. (A) Robert Schwenker

$100 to $249 John Ainsworth Thomas Baird Elaine Barnhill Martin Bruns (A) Richard Buck (A) Ross Carnes (A) Clyde Collins Jr. (A) David Cox (A) Woody Dauernheim Edward David (A) William Dunham David Ferrill James Frazer (A) Forman Hardwick (A) H. Dean Keith

Chang Don Kim (A) James Knox Jr. Walter Koenig (A) Raymond Lasmanis (A) James Libiez (A) Richard Martin Manuel Melchor Richard Mills (A) Harvey Morris Jr. (A) Narendra Naiknimbalkar (A) Shafique Naiyer (A) Glenn Niblock (A) Donald Peterson (A) Gary Pointer (A) Paul Ray (A) Ronald Robertson (A) Lonnie Shalton (A) Lowell Thurman Cary Dennis White (A) Ronald Williams r (A) Frank Wood John Zenor

Less than $100 Robert Arms Ronald Bartlett (A) Lawrence Bell Jr. (A)

Edward Benn John Bosnak Laura Bosnak Donald Bounds Curtis Brown Glenn Brown Han-Chang Chung (A) Jerry Church Dennis Clark (A) David Everswick (A) Robert Faoro Donald Frierdich (A) Louis Fuka (A) John Hemmann Douglas Hughes Richard Kahl John Knopp William Ligon Paul Machmeier (A) Wade Martin (A) Clarence Mayer (A) Thomas Miller (A) Marvin Monday Georgina More Harry Morgan (A) Gary Mueller (A) Joseph Myslinski

Michael Norman Edward Redington Roger Ringhausen Richard Rintoul J. Winfred Robinson (A) James Robison (A) Joseph Rock William Schuermeyer Bertram Scollay Arvinkumar Shah David Spencer Thomas Stark (A) James Summitt William Sutton (A) Larry Thompson E. Harold Vannoy

$1,000 to $2,499

Class of 1964

Donald Bartel (A) Abram Cortelyou (A) Bernard Ebert Jr. Stephen Ganz James Hill (A) Philip Hoge Alan Kamp (A) Ronald William Kraus (A) William Niemeier Larry Parkinson * (A)

$10,000 to $24,999 Keith Bailey r (A) J. Ronald Miller r

$5,000 to $9,999 Jerry Davis

William Burchill Raymond Fournelle r (A) James Helm (A) Charles Lyons Samuel Weaver r (A)

$500 to $999 Dennis Covell (A) William Kirchoff (A) Milton Murry (A) James Spehr r Graham Sutherland III (A) George Taylor (A)

$250 to $499

Donald Peters (A) Kenneth Pohlig (A) Gerald Rupert William Steinkamp (A) Jack Suetterlin (A)

$100 to $249 David Bailey (A) Sheldon Bierman (A) David Blume r Kenneth Broeking (A) Frazier Bronson Alfred Buescher (A) Jerry Cebe (A) Carl Conley C. Stuart Ferrell (A) Donald Freese John Glaese Myron Gruber (A) Daniel Harris Robert Holley (A) Robert Hufft Jr. Iqbal Jilani David Jones (A) Don Jones Donald Land Donald Laughlin

Continuous donors We thank more than 450 families for their outstanding record of 25-plus years of continuous annual support of Missouri S&T. Their contributions enhance our reputation worldwide – as many rankings consider donor and alumni loyalty – and shape the future of our talented and driven students. 30+ years Arun Agrawal ’65 Ralph Alexander Anthony Anderhub ’51 Robert Andreae ’69 Richard Astrack ’68 Roy Bachmann ’74 William Bagley ’79 Keith Bailey ’64 Edward Ballman ’38 Ralph Barr ’65 Donald Bartel ’64 Richard Bauer ’52 Robert Bay ’49 Jerry Bayless ’59 Allen Behring ’66 Gerald Bellis ’51 James Bogan James Bondi ’71 David Bondurant ’71 Robert Brackbill ’42 Richard Buck ’63

Max Burgett ’54 James Chaney ’48 Willie Chen ’50 Lawrence Christensen Matteo Coco ’66 Richard Cole ’47 George Comanich ’51 Wallace Craig Donald Dampf ’50 Edward David ’63 Carol Davies ’73 Delbert Day ’58 David Dearth ’68 Terry Donze ’71 Donald Dowling ’51 Roy Dunham ’47 Steven Dupont ’74 Gene Edwards ’52 Robert Egbert ’72 Joseph Elliott ’71 Gordon Erickson ’71 Walter Eversman

John Farmer ’63 Harold Fiebelman ’66 H. William Flood ’43 Jack Foster ’49 Michael Friese ’70 Herman Fritschen ’51 Thomas Gaylord ’65 Alden Hacker ’41 Edward Hale Leslie Hamilton ’77 Peter Hansen ’53 Myron Haynes ’53 Robert Held ’48 Linus Hellrich ’72 Harry Hershey ’60 Michael Herzog ’62 John Hirner ’51 Robert Hogue ’66 Robert Holley ’64 Thomas Holmes ’50 Wayne Hopkins ’67 Richard Hughes ’56

Lindell Hurst ’74 Santiago Ibarra ’72 Jeffrey Ivers ’74 George Jamieson ’50 Robert Jenkins ’53 Gordon Johnson ’59 James Jones ’71 Philip Jozwiak ’66 Richard Kahl ’63 Russell Kamper ’62 Gilbert Keeley ’48 Robert Kemper ’49 Hossein Keshari ’60 Billy Key Robert Kieffer ’60 Fred Kisslinger ’42 Thomas Koederitz ’53 Leslie Koval Ronald Kraus ’64 Harold Krueger ’42 Edward Kyburz ’50 John Latzer ’61

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Donors listed by class year John Limberg (A) Roscoe Mackie (A) Richard Martin (A) Kenneth Masters James McDuff Donald Morrison (A) Alan Mroch Bennett Muns (A) James Norausky James Odendahl (A) Stephen Ombalski Jr. (A) Gerald Orrison John Pappert John Parker (A) David Peacock (A) C. Stephen Perry Charles Price Daniel Sagramoso (A) Richard Schmidt (A) William Shermer Harvey Smith III (A) Lewis Sowell Jr. Randall Steeno (A) Frank Tao (A) A.R. VanSteenbergen Oliver Von Behren (A)

Gary Voorhis Benjamin Wang Clarence Warning (A) Tommie Wilson (A) Hsin-Chih Wu Kenneth Wulfert Jr. (A)

Less than $100 Ted Baer Thomas Basler Charles Byvik Robert Corwin (A) Edward Crum Robert Cushman Michael Devaney Robert Downey Paul Dudenhoeffer Gerald Eckhoff Barbara Edson Harry Edwards Theodore Garrett Jr. Robert Garthe Maurice Green Jr. Emmett Hahn Jr. (A) William Haymes Kenneth Hoelscher

Walter Leber ’40 Glenn Lytle ’66 Janet Marsh ’75 Robert Martin ’49 Dennis Mason ’58 John McCarthy ’55 John McDaniels ’60 John McKee ’41 T. Michael McMillen ’67 George McPherson Henry Metzner Lawrence Mikelionis ’67 Frank Millard ’37 John Mohr ’66 Robert Montgomery Edward Moss ’66 Donald Myers ’61 * James Neumann ’79 Robert Niehaus ’69 Richard Okenfuss ’58 Larry Oliver ’70 John Park ’95 Dean Park ’72 Gary Patterson ’60 David Peacock ’64 Michael Perkins ’67 Norris Perry ’68 Mrs. Herbert (Grace) Prange ’38 Gary Rauls ’70 Charles Remington ’49 E. Paul Remmers ’56 Michael Reyburn ’62

Gerald Hoppe Bobby Hughey Jerry Johnson Thomas Kelty (A) Francis King William Koechlein John Lamont (A) Fredrick Lehman III (A) John Long Michael Meehan Charles Mills Jr. (A) Stanley Moon Dale Mueller Robert Murphy Eric Norman Robert Nothdurft Elbert Parkes Manubhai Patel Larry Peery Robert Putz Richard Raber Edward Merle Raney Daniel Schmidt Wayne Schoeffel Edward Six Charles Stack

Daniel Rice ’49 Larry Rich ’66 J. Kent Roberts ’50 Philip Roush ’57 Robert Russell Robert Sackewitz ’34 Michael Schaefer ’78 Richard Schafermeyer ’73 Joel Scharf ’59 Robert Schmidt ’45 Thomas Sears ’67 Joseph Senne ’51 Bob Sfreddo ’58 Robert Siron ’60 David Smith ’48 Leslie Stewart ’66 Paul Stigall ’62 William Stockhausen ’66 Waldemar Stopkey ’52 Claude Strauser ’69 Ronald Tappmeyer ’47 George Taylor ’64 Larry Thompson ’63 William Tolle ’70 John Toomey ’49 Terence Towers ’65 Clarence Tunnicliff ’50 James Unnerstall ’56 Floyd Uthe ’66 Robert Uthoff ’52 Herman Vacca ’60 Thomas Van Doren ’62

William Stine Robert Stuart James Terry (A) David Treffinger John Wendleton Irving Wheeler Jr. Fred Woerner Alan Douglas Zunkel (A)

Thomas Gaylord Gary Hinz r Gregory Junge r (A) Robert Keiser r Gerald Kettler (A) Dale Meyer John Rogers r Lawrence Wang

Class of 1965

$500 to $999

$250,000 to $499,999 Roger Dorf r

$10,000 to $24,999 Paul Hustad r

$2,500 to $4,999 Charles Barry Hayden r

$1,000 to $2,499 Ladimir Aubrecht Jr. (A) Maurice Brubaker r Stephen Bugg r Philip Chen (A)

Otto Van Maerssen ’49 Charlie Vaughn ’55 Alvin Wansing ’69 Wesley Watkins ’73 Jerry Webb ’57 Leroy Wheelock ’52 Richard Wieker ’59 Thomas Zenge ’69

29 years John Bartel ’52 David Bergt ’65 Lucien Bolon ’59 Bruce Bonczyk ’74 Fred Borgini ’59 Robert Butchko ’71 Susan Callahan ’78 Frank Conci ’54 Timothy Corbett ’70 Gary Creason ’71 Raymond Fournelle ’64 Bill Gerhart ’61 Lee Gladish ’71 Edwin Goetemann ’44 Donald Gregory ’58 Stanley Heimburger ’79 Thomas Herrmann ’50 Gregory Hicks ’76 Gordon Hyatt ’60 William James Stephen Johnson ’79 Vernon Jones ’53

Gerald Bersett r George Carr (A) Charles Martin (A) E. Edward Province Jr. (A) Barton Regelbrugge James Shelby Jr.

$250 to $499 Russell Adams Charles Atkinson (A) William Branum (A) James Butler (A) Thomas Cook (A) James Crafton Thomas Dunning Jr. (A) Barry Heuer

Ronald Pierce Jorge Rodriguez Robert Sundermeyer (A) Wayne Zimmerman (A)

$100 to $249 Samuel Clark Allen Ralph Barr (A) Andrew James Barrett (A) Lawrence Boberschmidt (A) Dennis Brauer (A) Gary Brunner Marvin Byington (A) Michael Castleberry Danny Chilton Dannie Clarida James Crouch (A) John Dierker (A) Jimmie Eidson Larry Erwin (A) Jesse Evans Richard Gentile Paul Griffin (A) Dwight Hafeli (A) James Jamison Michael Jersa

Walter Knecht ’49 Thomas May ’66 Arthur Meenen ’46 James Odom ’61 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 Benjamin Weidle ’42 Chris Wilson ’73

28 years Charles Altheide ’56 William Auberry ’59 Carlton Barrow ’36 Paul Bass ’65 James Bitting ’65 Kenneth Burkhead ’51 Billy Franklin ’57 Daniel Harris ’81 Walter Henry James Hofstetter ’58 Lester Holcomb ’51 William Horst ’51 Janet Kinder Richard Konrad ’58

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Robert Kettelkamp James Lysaght Charles Marlow (A) J. Derald Morgan r Walter Mulyca (A) Charles Myers (A) Arthur Nickless (A) William Polka William Price Kenneth Robb (A) Gerald Roe Nancy (Hoffman) Shaw (A) Paul Silvers Jr. John Smart Michael Smith (A) Donald Spirk (A) Don Stainbrook Edward Stepp (A) Evan Thomas Jr. Charles Toedtman (A) M.W. Vance Lonnie Walker Travice Whitten Jr. * Michael Wicklund Clyde Wilson (A) Norbert Wunderlich Charles Yang (A)

Less than $100 Arun Agrawal Jerry Anderson (A) Paul Bass (A) Sandra (Stack) Bax Richard Belz Garry Bennett David Bergt (A) Gary Bickel (A) James Bitting (A) Milton Bradley Robert Breeding Peter Brune (A) James Canner James Clippard (A) Edward Cole Larry Cooper John Corrigan (A) Louis Deken (A) Warwick Doll Eugene Faenger (A) John Furby D. Franklin Giger Jr. (A) Russell Hesch Joe Hohman Kent Horner Gerald Johanpeter (A)

Donald Kozeni ’44 Kenneth Kuechenmeister ’73 Gilbert LaPiere ’47 Wade Martin ’63 Craig O’Dear ’79 Theodore Oldenburg ’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 Frank Tao ’64 Earl Thompson ’70 Daniel Vaughn ’81 Roger Weber ’61 Wilbern Weddle ’48 Gary Weidler ’73

27 years Henry Adamick ’44 Eugene Bartels ’50 Robert Berry ’72 Donald Branson ’50 Michael Brynac ’66

Jay Kallor Gary Keyes Eugene Koebbe David Magurk (A) Terence Martin William McCracken Gustavo Menocal Norman Meyer Jim Moore Grover Morgan Jr. Elizabeth (Stuart) Munson (A) William Munson (A) Renny Nichols Darrell Nielsen Alton Nute Gregory O’Neill Jr. Robert Palaski Lee Palmer Theodore Pasek (A) John Porter Richard Porter Carl Reichert Leonard Roth Wilbert Schroer James Sparks Frederick Steele

John Campbell ’74 John Carstens ’66 Aaron Cook ’77 Don Crapnell ’59 Donald Cronin Bradford Cummings ’58 Carl Danzer ’49 David Denison ’80 Peter Des Jardins ’44 Walker Flood ’53 Joseph Hepp ’48 Richard Herndon ’56 Michael Hillhouse ’75 Paul Inman ’67 D. Freddie Ipock ’76 Robert Jacks ’71 E. Louis Kapernaros ’50 J. Curtis Killinger ’73 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 Eugene Peetz ’50

Roger Stickler Dennis Stover (A) Robert Thrash Terence Towers (A) Dinesh Vekaria (A) Vincent Wahler Jr. (A) Mrs. Travice (Michele) Whitten Jr. (A) James Winkelmann Jacques Zakin

Class of 1966

$25,000 to $49,999 Richard Paul r

$10,000 to $24,999 James Bertelsmeyer r (A) Jesse McMahan r

$5,000 to $9,999 Harold Andrew Schelin Jr. r

$1,000 to $2,499

Ranney McDonough (A) Donnie Priest X Gilbert Carl Schweser Fred Simmons

$500 to $999 Raymond Betz r Charles Gross (A) Robert Heider (A) John Henry (A) Philip Jozwiak r (A) Thomas Weyand r (A)

$250 to $499 David Bartine (A) John Carstens (A) Harold Fiebelman (A) Adil Godiwalla (A) T. Harry Hudson (A) Leonard Kirberg r M Thomas May (A) John Mohr (A) Hugh Spence (A) Charles Turner

Charlie Barnes Jr. (A) Matteo Coco r (A) Raymond Kruep (A)

Frank Proctor ’76 James Pugh ’59 Joseph Reichert ’59 Harry Sauer ’79 George Schindler ’73 David Simon ’71 William Steinkamp ’64 Stephen Suellentrop ’74 Edwin Szumachowski ’50 Roy Wilkens ’66 Ralph Young ’58 Wayne Zimmerman ’65

26 years William Alexander ’70 Richard Arnoldy ’69 Paul Baldetti ’81 William Bartley ’71 Amber Brady ’83 Francis Brady ’62 Bruce Bramfitt ’60 John Brodhacker ’44 Vincent Budd ’71 Larry Cooper ’69 Michael Delany ’48 Kenneth DeLap ’52 Nancy Denton ’83 Randall Dietrich ’70 Avery Drake ’50 Richard Elgin ’74 Bruce Fennedy ’71 Gary Fennewald ’73

Harro Ackermann Laton Allison Allen Behring (A) William Blumfelder (A) Robert Bridges (A) Michael Brynac (A) David Bufalo (A) Ralph Cross Ramesh Desai James Dycus Theodore Fiedler Glen Foss Ernest Gajdusek Jr. Jack Halpern (A) Robert Hogue Jr. (A) James Huddleston Jr. (A) R. Joe Kasten Frank Kieffer John King (A) Geza Kisvarsanyi Susan (Hanson) Klemmer Ronald Lewis Jerry McCullough (A) Michael McGinnis Dale Munn (A)

William Field ’58 James Gerard ’54 Howard Gray ’71 Willis Grinstead ’56 Don Gunther ’60 Arthur Higgins ’74 James Highfill ’54 Clark Houghton ’51 John Hunter ’78 Ronald Jackson ’76 John Keating ’73 Gilmore Krener ’74 Gregory Lang ’78 Richard Larkins ’74 Louis Loos ’77 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 Roger Taylor ’72 Douglas Thies ’69 H. Ray Threlkeld ’70 August Vogler ’50 Neal Wagenheim ’60

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Donors listed by class year Nicola Ann (Utterback) Nelson Jerry Reynolds (A) Roy Rice (A) Larry Rich Loy Roberts (A) Lease Ruddick II Stephen Seitz (A) Alan Shaffer (A) Gerald Smith James Steele (A) Leslie Stewart Jr. (A) Thomas Strickland (A) Howard Sussman (A) Edward Sweeney Eugene Taylor Jr. Martin Thieme Nicholas Tibbs Roger Verslues Randall Vest (A) David Wehmeyer Carl Westenberg Roy Wilkens r Gordon Wright r Shu-Chien Yung (A)

Less than $100 John Andesilich Frank Bader Jr. (A) Barry Basden Lloyd Bingham Jr. Dale Brady (A) Frank Buchmeier Jr. (A) Glen Chaffin (A) Bruce Eberle James Charles Fox Donald Gaitros Donald Gardner Harold Glenn Howard Hayford Charles Heater (A) Andrew Hoffee (A) Thomas Holt II (A) John Howell Robert Johnson Thomas Jordan Kenneth Kamman (A) Dennis Lankford (A) Larry Littlefield Glenn Lytle (A) Michael Maher Robert Mann Larry McKinnis (A)

Mrs. Robert (Dottye) Wolf ’51 Bradley Wyatt ’77 Donald Zeitinger ’82

25 years Thomas Abernathy ’52 Jerrold Alyea ’60 Billy Aurig ’82 August Bardelmeier ’57 Reginald Benton ’79 Paul Booher ’80 Edward Bradley ’84 Ronald Brendel ’71 Steven Bridges ’74 Robert Brinkopf ’69 Martin Bruns ’63 Harold Butzer ’47 Laurence Cantwell ’50 Joseph Cesare ’74 Jerry Church ’63 Edgar Clausen ’74 Danny Conner ’71 Joseph Coon ’40 Roy Coplen ’49 Abram Cortelyou ’64 Keith Cowan ’77 Charles Daniells ’75 Arthur Daoulas ’62 Paul Darnell ’67 Kimberly Denney ’82 John Dierker ’65 Michael DiNapoli ’76

Ronald Melliere Robert Meyer (A) Thomas Mooney Michael David Moran Edward Moss (A) Richard Olson Albert Panhorst Jr. (A) R. Anthony Parks (A) Leslie Pollack Hardy Pottinger III (A) Richard Richardson Michael Rosemann (A) Carl Rydberg Barry Sakemiller Samuel Scheer Aldrew Scott Jr. (A) Vipinbhai Shah (A) Kenneth Stephens William Stockhausen (A) Willard Sudduth Robert Trippel Gary Turner Floyd Uthe (A) Terence Wenger James West (A) Lawson Wideman (A) Billy Woolery

Randall Dreiling ’81 Frederick Drewing ’44 Wyatt Dunn ’72 James Eason ’69 Richard Emanuel ’73 Richard Enochs ’48 Larry Finley ’75 James Foil ’74 Francis Fulkerson ’73 Carma Gibler ’79 Robert Glosier ’80 Russell Goldammer ’78 Larry Gragg Dominic Grana ’72 Edward Gygax ’43 Leon Hall ’69 Edward Halter ’71 John Hart ’81 Richard Heagler ’57 Arthur Helwig ’50 Paul Hesse ’76 Roger Hoffman ’62 Gloria Hollandsworth Wayne Hopkins ’67 William Hord ’59 Frank Janes ’59 Richard Jaquay ’63 Michael Jersa ’65 Roy Johanboeke ’56 Gerald Johanpeter ’65 Stephen Kaiser ’69 Arthur Kiehne ’58

Gary Wooley (A) Bruce Work Gerald Wyzlic

Class of 1967

$10,000 to $24,999 George Salof r Charles Schmidt Jr. r

$5,000 to $9,999 Robin Mingo John Wolf r (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Wayne Laufer r (A) John Mathes r (A) Theodore Weise r M

$1,000 to $2,499 John Michael Evans (A) Richard Hydzik (A) Gazanfer Mohajir William Dwayne Webb

Leonard Kirberg ’66 Keith Konradi ’72 Kenneth Kuebler ’70 Richard Lacavich ’69 John Lauth ’72 Brenda Liescheidt ’78 John Lindstrom ’73 Rodney Linker ’75 Donald Logsdon ’60 James Lorenz ’57 David Magurk ’65 Clifford Mahin ’76 Peter Malsch ’62 Alexander Matz ’57 Loretta McClure Kathleen Meyerkord ’77 David Mueller ’81 Shafique Naiyer ’63 William Nix ’80 Marion Norton ’51 William Oberbeck ’39 Michael O’Daniell ’79 Samuel Otto ’82 Paul Pender ’51 Thomas Phillips ’62 Herbert Pillisch ’54 Ted Porter ’80 Robby Rakestraw ’75 John Rasche ’58 Kenneth Riley ’56 Roger Ringhausen ’63 Steven Rinne ’78

$500 to $999 James Beeson San-Cheng Lai James Medlin (A) Doyle Powell r

$250 to $499 Chester Adamick Jr. (A) Jerry Doerr Ronald Epps (A) Helen Lyons (A) James Moore (A) Thomas Shepard (A) Robert Smith Ben Stewart r M

$100 to $249 William Anderson Jr. r Kenneth Bollinger Vernon Burdick Richard Burkhalter (A) Ralph Calfee James Carl David Cook (A) James Cumper Jr. (A) Michael Deelo Delmar Dobberpuhl (A)

Michael Eastburn Arthur Falkler Larry Fritschel (A) Stanley Hansen II (A) William David Hollander Robert Hollenbeck Terry Holman (A) Ming Hung * Paul Inman (A) Hemendra Kalia Robert Kehrman (A) Chen-Yuan Kuo John Lauletta r (A) Sanford Menke Lawrence Mikelionis (A) John Munsey Charles Neumann Jr. Gene Nussbaum (A) Kevin Oliver Michael Perkins (A) Thomas Petry Nickey Prater (A) Thomas Sears (A) Donald Shank (A) Kuo-Shein Shen Gary Sievert David Skitek

Paul Rothband ’43 Jerry Salmon ’72 Eugene Sanders ’52 Robert Saxer ’61 Dale Schillinger ’56 James Schmitz ’70 Timothy Schoenecker ’84 Lawrence Schwab ’76 Harry Scott ’44 Gerald Selle ’59 Steven Skasick ’73 Merle Southern ’61 Lewis Sowell ’64 William Stokely ’62 Clifford Tanquary ’57 Raymond Tauser ’56 Charles Tayloe ’71 Donald Timmer ’49 Louis Toepfer ’61 Joe VanPool ’42 Clyde Wakefield ’70 Carolyn Whaley ’83 Robert Whitehead ’61 Paul Wolfgeher ’83 Carl Zerweck ’50

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Bryan Stirrat r (A) Kenneth Tabor Virendra Tanna Jack Triplett (A) Robert Turner Sr. (A) R. Bruce Van Dover (A) William Woolery Tien-Yu Wu (A) Lawrence Young (A) Gerald Zmudzinski (A)

Less than $100 James Bayless III Premnath Bhatia Frederick Bierman Jr. Paul Darnell Jack Davis Ray Decker Eugene Degenhardt (A) Donald Dressler Fred Erdmann Ivan Erwin Khosrow Farnia Michael Foresman r (A) Gary Fouts (A) John Gass (A) W. Houston Godfrey Louis Goldfeder William Graham Galen Henson Wayne Hopkins (A) James Hornsey Craig Johler Edwin Kettenbrink Jr. (A) Gail (Davidge) Kettenbrink (A) Joseph Kingston Lloyd Langsdorf Jerome Lebo Ronald Ledbetter T. Michael McMillen r (A) Willa (Walker) Mehta Dale Merrell (A) Samuel Miller David Moore David Morrison (A) Robert North Terry Perkins (A) Ronald Piros Donald Rathbun James Riggs John Riggs John Riley Kenneth Rueh (A) John Sadowski Dale Schaeffer (A) Raj Seth John Spencer (A) Warren Stanton William Stoll (A) Yu-Ming Su Richard Thom Richard Vedder Richard Vogelpohl Richard Wagner (A) Kendall Walden Sr.

Russell Warchola Robert Whelove Jr. James Willcutt (A)

Class of 1968

$10,000 to $24,999 Michael Bytnar r (A)

$5,000 to $9,999 Thomas Owens r Robert Pahl r (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Paul Wlos (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 William Logel Jr. r Norman Miller r Robert Mueller r Dennis Parker r (A) Norris Perry r (A) Carl Schopfer r Roger Volk r (A) M

$500 to $999 John Brand (A) Bobby Cox (A) David Dearth r (A) Dennis Fesler (A) William Green r James Keppel (A) William Stoltz X Robert Storck (A) Patrick Student James Wiseman (A)

$250 to $499 John Berger (A) Douglas Brockhaus Henry Brown r (A) John Byrne Elroy Denningmann Rodger Elliott (A) Gary Gerhard (A) Lloyd Lazarus Willie McCullah Jr. Charles Owens (A) Melvin Sundermeyer (A)

$100 to $249 Larry Amos Charles Andrew Charles Bach Jr. W. Thomas Bousman Jr. John Burian James Carlson Daniel Carnahan Larry Dale Choate (A) Michael Connell Jr. (A) Roy Davis John Doyle Dixie Finley r James Graham III (A) Christopher Groves

Alan Haag (A) Leroy Halterman David Hazen (A) Anthony Hoelker III (A) Ching-Cherng Hwang (A) James Kreilich (A) A. Richard Lehman Jr. (A) Leland Lewis (A) Jih-Han Liu Gerald Lyons Steven Mezines (A) Terry Nagel (A) Charles Nichols Thomas O’Hanlon Michael O’Malley (A) Ralph Palmer Jr. James Petry (A) Thomas Pokrefke Jr. (A) Joseph Porter Edgar Quick (A) Stephen Reading (A) Ronald Sipes Neil Smith Ronald Smith (A) John Stevens Stephen Strauss (A) Daniel Thomure Theodore Warren (A) Robert Wellek Stephen Wright (A) James Youngman (A) Karl Ziegler (A)

Dewayne Mabry (A) Mark Allen Martin Sr. (A) Benjamin Mason Barry Maycock C. Craig McCormick James Miltenberger Ali Mohtashemi Donald Mudd (A) Leon Otte David Otto Darrell Pepper Jerry Pogue (A) Michael Redington William Ruprecht Jr. Richard Schneider (A) Gerald Schucker David Schwartz (A) Harold Scott Richard Sharp Gerald Sidebottom James Spence Richard Spors (A) Stuart Storrs Jesse Talley Clyde Thomlison Jerome Wibbenmeyer Paul Woley James Wolfe (A)

Less than $100

Richard Arnoldy r (A)

Richard Astrack (A) Eugene Aufdembrink Robert Ayars Gerald Bauer William Bennett Fred Ray Browning James Brune Harold Caby Jon Carson James Clark (A) Glen David Comstock David Debner Edward Dorrell Jr. Melvyn Downs Clemens Drag Jr. Aloys Faenger Jr. (A) David Faintich (A) Robert Feugate Jr. Donald Fleming Lynn Frasco (A) Joe Goedde (A) Frank Grabski Larry Haney Donald Harris Gary Isaak Stephen Johnson Harris Jones Ernest Jungmeyer Frederick Kuchenig (A) Charles LaPresta Paul Lee Lonny Ludwig (A)

Class of 1969 $500,000 to $999,999

$10,000 to $24,999 Ronald Woodard r (A)

$5,000 to $9,999 George Hughes

$2,500 to $4,999 Bradley Harry Hornburg r

$1,000 to $2,499 Clark Brinker (A) Leon Hall Jr. H. Edward Midden III (A) Fred Parks r Thomas Zenge r (A)

$500 to $999 Robert Andreae (A) William Collins r (A) M Thomas Feger (A) John Moll (A) Walter Reed Jr. (A) Francis Steckel Thomas Voss r (A)

$250 to $499 Daniel Agee (A) Robert Bruce (A) Roger Brummel George Chrisman Jr.

Larry Cooper (A) Lawrence Hoenig Daniel Kruvand Steven Mueller Robert Lawrence Niehaus (A) Terrance Ridenhour Peter Sauer (A) Larry Schnurbusch F. Clifton Steed Jr. (A) Cheryl (Dodson) Steffan (A) Michael Roy Steffan (A) Claude Strauser Michael Walker (A) Richard Witzel (A) John Zimmer (A)

$100 to $249 Michael Anderson William Andrew V (A) Richard Arnold (A) Thomas Barrett Theodore Becker Jr. (A) Mrs. Thomas (Carol) Bell Ralph Berglund Richard Berning (A) Harry Beyer Jr. David Bishop Thomas Borgmeyer Donald Bourne (A) James Bratton David Brewer (A) Gary Brune James Bruzewski Frederick Carman Jr. Robert Chow (A) Richard Covault Joseph Cowen Abbas Ali Daneshy (A) David DeSpain (A) Walter Dietrich Bruce Tom Dreher Thomas Duncan Paul Eckler (A) Larry Estes George Filatovs Charles Foster (A) Martha Gerig (A) Guy Givan Adolf Huang Samuel Hung Ronald Jochum Wayne Kerns (A) Richard Lacavich Lynn Lawson Alan Leffelman (A) Robert Livengood John Lynch Michael McComas r Dennis McGee (A) Alan Meinershagen Michael Mertens (A) William Morrison (A) Steve Mueller r (A) Charles Myles Frederick Newton Jr. r

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Douglas Oldham (A) Jack Oliver Robert Orr Jr. (A) Conrad Otto (A) John Reed Jr. Robert Riley Jr. Donald Shaw Joseph Stahl (A) John Chris Straub III (A) William Suszko (A) Thomas Sweeney William Sweeney Ralph Thompson Steven Thorn (A) Paul Trump (A) Gerald Vaughan (A) Robert Vorwith Darwyn Walker (A) Alvin Wansing (A) Bruce Warren W. Earl Wehmeyer John Wiesenmeyer (A) Earl Worstell Jr. James Gerald Wylie

Less than $100 Richard Barrett (A) Robert Barrett Jr. John Berry (A) John Blakey (A) Robert Brinkopf (A) Edward Burbank Robert Caldwell Stanley Eugene Cary (A) Glenn Case Dana Connolly John Dabner Michael Dace David Daniels Donald Denham James Scott Eason (A) Lawrence Eastep Thomas Enderle John Featherly Orville Finnigan Richard Franke David George (A) Warren Graham David Gray (A) Douglas Haseltine Rodney Hawkins (A) Wilson Haynes (A) Richard Hoenerhoff (A) Donald Hovis Jerry Hunt Stephen Kaiser (A) Subhash Kelkar (A) Steven Kinser William Knauf Donald Lambert Jan Lojek Charles Lusher Jr. Donald Lutes John McGuire (A) Terry McLellan Thomas McMahon

* deceased

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Donors listed by class year John Morrisey IV (A) David Nagy Steven Nigus Herbert Nothaus Barry Nudd James O’Neill (A) William Olsen David Pfeiffer John Preston Dwight Ramsey Rodney Randoll Donald Keith Rice Raymond Riggs (A) John Roam Francis Rose John Schultz James Slocum Paul Smith Theodore Spalding (A) James Stigall Ronald Stratman (A) William Stroessner Vincent Sunderdick Nicola Tannous Douglas Thies (A) Kenneth Thornton Carl Thorsell Jr. Glenn Tomlin Jr. (A) Richard Walter James Watkins Jr. E. Victor Webb William Wood Gary Woodward

Class of 1970 $5,000 to $9,999 Edmund Owens Jr. (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Eric Dunning r (A) John Wiggins r

$1,000 to $2,499 Wayne Alexander r Michael Bray r Ronald Johnson r (A) Barry Koenemann r (A) Hai-Chi Koo Dennis Nicholas Kostic r James Kuenz r Larry Leuschke r (A) Steven Malcolm r Howard Stine Jr. r (A)

$500 to $999 Peter Bjornberg (A) Stephen Brunkhorst Robert Hart James Horne Roger LaBoube Kim Mastalio (A) Stephan Mayer Jr. (A) Michael McGath (A) Frederick Rocchio Jr. Richard Rothermich (A) Carl Schliwa (A) Leo Shedden (A) Byron Taylor III

William Tolle (A) Liang-Juan Tsay William Keith Wedge r (A) M

$250 to $499 William Alexander (A) Michael Apprill Gary Bockman David Bryant (A) John Carter (A) Richard Chapman (A) David Davisson Larry Dean (A) Terry Durham (A) Michael Friese (A) Piloo Ilavia Richard Jordan r (A) Mark Joseph (A) Clark Potzmann (A) James Ray (A) Steven Ray John Schwager Thomas Selden Ralph James Szygenda r (A) Earl Thompson (A) Jeffrey Zelms r M

$100 to $249 Melvin Allison (A) Vicki Andreae (A) Eric Aschinger Brian Ashbaugh Ralph Barnett (A) George Batchelor Richard Blevins II Dennis Blunier John Branham Keith Browne Richard Bryant Terry Buck * Earl Burk (A) Richard Campen (A) William Cannon (A) Ronald Canon Michael Cheek (A) Alvin Coers George Crandell (A) Ronald Crawford Jr. Robert Dalton Israel Denlow (A) Loyal Denton Jr. (A) Frank Doering Daniel Dugan Bryon Ehlmann (A) John Feurer (A) Richard Fitzgerald (A) Kent Florence (A) James Ford Raymond Ford Jr. Kenneth Gielow (A) Richard Heien (A) Robert Herbison (A) William Herman (A) Herman Hirner Howard Hoffman David Hollrah Thomas Hoppe (A) Larry Horn (A)

Mrs. Henry (Myra) Houser (A) William Howell (A) Danny Huey Dane Hutcherson George Johns (A) Raymond Kalbac Eric Kratschmer (A) Joseph Kuss James Kwiatkowski (A) Chin-Ming Lee Thomas Lehman William Lewis Vincent Logan Kenneth Metz Jr. (A) Richard Morie Larry Morris Steven Nau Richard Navarro Russell Nekorchuk Larry Oliver Jerry Parsons (A) Charles Pokross (A) Kim Potzmann Gregory Praznik Terry Pursley (A) Gary Rauls (A) John Riege Robert Rinne Charles Russell (A) Walter Schamel III (A) Jimmy Schottel (A) Arthur Schweizer (A) Daniel Scott Yung-Chau Sha Lynn Shafer Charles Shepherd (A) William Shinn (A) Charles Shipman Bryce Shriver (A) George Smith Daniel Spellman Dennis Starke (A) Omar Stuenkel (A) Larry Thompson William Thompson Richard Thomson H. Ray Threlkeld Jr. Chung-Yuan Tung (A) Terrence Ward Anita Williams (A) Dyle Wilson (A) Thomas Wolff (A) Monte Wolgamott David Wolters Robert Yowell Jr. (A) T. Alan Zaborac (A) Robert Zagar (A)

Richard Belding (A) John Beyer Douglas Birk (A) Joseph Bohanon Edward Books Linda (Glick) Brady Brian Branagan Marvin Brinker Lynn Calton (A) Harold Chenoweth Frank Cook Jr. Timothy Corbett (A) Danny Crain Gregg Crane Kenton Davidson Jimmy Davis Anthony DeJohn Russell Delay Randall Dietrich Robert Dorroh III (A) Louis Dreinhoefer Thomas Eaton Roy Engineer (A) Robert Eoff (A)

Max Ethridge Michael Finkelstein (A) Robert Flick Edwin Garrison (A) Charles Gottlieb Edward Gottschalk Jerry Graham Ernie Green Ronald Griffin (A) Harold Hager John Hailey Jerry Hatfield (A) Robert Hintermaier Leslie Arnold Hoeckelman Wayne Holland Michael Horsley William Hughes Theodore Irons Raymond Jansen Paul Joenk Walter Johannpeter Gary Johns Joseph Kammerer Jr. (A) Ronald Karger

Wayne Kemp (A) Christopher Killian Franklin Kone Lawrence Koziol Kenneth Kuebler Thomas Kuhn Shing-Shong Lan Edwin Lane (A) Glen Larsen Jr. (A) Gary Latta Charles Latty Jr. Billie Leach John Legsdin r Terrence Leigh John Leone Wayne Lewis Abraham Loudermilk Jr. Anthony Mack Jr. Thomas Manning David Matoesian (A) Larry Mays (A) Gene McFarland Lyle McWilliams James Meyer

Less than $100 William Abernathie Larry Addington Michael Aimerito Gary Alexander James Allen Bruce Anderson James Arthur Monty Bai Bruce Baumann (A) David Beardsley (A)

The Missouri S&T Miner Marching Band had more than football to look forward to this fall. The 50-member band also received its striking new uniforms, which sport the Missouri S&T logo. The band performs at home football games, parades and other special events.

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Leo Midden (A) Clark Mikkelsen (A) Gerald Moeslein Robert Morff Gerald Mouser (A) Gary Noedel V. Darryl Orr (A) Jimmie Peterson Jerry Poppleston Neil Portnoff Harry Price David Raby Roy Ramey James Rechner Michael Reed Gary Rehagen Jack Reid Robert Reuter Danny Ritter James Rodebush (A) Theodore Roes III Michael Ruhland Matthew Rupp (A) Michael Schaeffer Randolph Schmelzel Michael Schmidt (A) Thomas Schmidt (A) James Schmitz William Schuck LaMar Sizemore Jr. (A) Charles Smith Martin Snow Anne Springer Scott Stager Thomas Stefansky (A) Lowell Stevenson Darrell Strait Frank Sun (A) Don Swyers

Harold Tarr Cecil Taylor Ronald Taylor James Thomas William Thomasson David Villafana George Vinansky Jr. Clyde Wakefield Howard Walk Donald Walters James Wege Baltasar Weiss Curtis Wells Rodney Whitaker Roger Whitaker Dennis Whitney Laurence Wicklund Daniel Williams Darrel Wortman Daniel Wunderlich Forrest Younker (A) Ronald Zylich (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Russell Beckmeyer Richard Chao r Danny Conner (A) James Faletti r (A) Martin Gaw (A) Ronald Kelley r M Daniel Lynch (A) Barton Moenster r (A)

$500 to $999

Class of 1971

Lee Austin Larry Berkbigler (A) Robert Butchko Gary Creason (A) Gordon Erickson (A) Edward Halter (A) Thomas Hayden (A) Shin Kang (A) David Mair John Olson (A) Henry Sandhaus (A) Daniel Smith William Zogg (A)

Philip Wade r (A)

$250 to $499

$50,000 to $99,999 $10,000 to $24,999 Richard Eimer Jr. r (A)

$5,000 to $9,999 Robert Brinkmann r Phillip Colombatto Ruth Arlene (Bush) Raterman

$2,500 to $4,999 Roger Truitt r (A)

John Allen Jr. (A) Hal Carter (A) Yu-Hung Chiang (A) Dee Donn Joseph Elliott (A) William Flatt (A) Richard Heppe Michael Hermesmeyer Rita Hessley James Jones (A) Jerry Keen (A) David Krueger (A) Terry Miller

Charles Powell John Reiss Jr. r (A) Kenneth Schmidt (A) Ronald Schuster r David Simon Gary Steckel Daniel Terpstra (A) Robert Walls (A) Victor Wilreker Jr. (A) Milton Zlatic (A)

$100 to $249 Richard Ash Jr. John Atkinson III Herbert Bailey (A) William Bauman James Belgeri Jr. (A) Paul Bertrand James Bondi (A) David Bondurant (A) Edward Boulos Daniel Boyce (A) Ronald Brendel (A) John Buckwalter Vincent Budd (A) Thomas Buechler Jr. r Larry Burke Theotis Casey Terry Collins Terry Donze (A) Thomas Durham (A) Bijan Etezadi (A) Bruce Fennedy Daniel Flowers * Kerry Friedman Archibald Gallup (A) Ronald Gaus John Graham (A) Ronald Graham

Terry Grieve Burl Groeper (A) Terry Gucciardo (A) James Hallock Jr. (A) Gerard Hart Robert Hubbard (A) Cheryl (Gibbons) Ibarra (A) Roger Jones (A) Gordon Jungquist Woo Hyung Kim (A) Norman Kraus Gary Lee Ronald Lott (A) Robert Mohalley Harold Morgan (A) Robert Morrison Jr. (A) Raymond Mueller (A) Raymond Muniz Richard Neumann III (A) John Parker (A) George Pincince (A) James Raithel (A) Alfred Richardson Paul Scherrer (A) James Schneider Herbert Schnyder Jr. (A) Robert Sherwood (A) Irving Siegel Gregory Smith Lora (Roberts) Smith Richard Starke John Stucker Keith Talbert John Theilmann (A) Leland Vandergriff Robert Wade Stephen Wampler Alvin Wendt Shen Yeh (A)

Less than $100 Mary (Brunkhorst) Alexander Michael Altepeter Sue (Stoll) Bai Gary Bartlett (A) William Bartley (A) Leslie Benoy Joseph Borchardt Max Bott Robert Bulla David Callanan (A) Larry Campbell Robert Campbell Michael Carpenter Richard Carver (A) Ronald Choura Russel Clemmons Henry Cook Leroy Cool Charles Cooper Lendi (Stettler) Davis James De Largy Jack Dippold (A) Michael Fair (A) Homer Fannin Jr. John Farrell (A) Jeu Foon Jr. (A) Wayne Galler Fred Gatewood Lee Gladish (A) Michael Graves Howard Gray (A) Thomas Greene Eugene Haberl (A) Gary Hamilton Edwin Harrison Lloyd Harold Headrick James Edwin Henson (A)

The 101st St. Pat’s Celebration drew hundreds of alumni back to campus for a pre-parade brunch, the world-famous parade, and lunch and libations at the Alumni Plaza. Join us for the 102nd St. Pat’s Celebration on Saturday, March 13, 2010.

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Donors listed by class year Dennis Hervey (A) Richard Heydt Franklin Hockett Robert Jacks Jr. Gerard Janowski James Janssen Barry Johnson (A) Leland Johnson Jr. David Jones John Daniel Jones James Keiser Oliver Kernick Thomas Kerscher (A) Anthony Krause Terrel Kuhn Dennis Lammers William Luth Dale Lutz Purushottam Manusmare Edward McJimsey Danny Joe McMurphy (A) David Meier Donald Morrison Robert Morrow Jr. Andrew Nolfo (A) Ronald Pagan Larry Pittman Richard Quinlisk David Rasch David Richardson Thomas Rothermich Otto Sandheinrich Jr. Paul Schmidt Allen Seabaugh (A) Robert Siesener Daniel Simpson Jr. Abbas Sinnarwalla Robert Smart Wayne Smith Richard Steffee Jules Stiber Denis Stotler Robert Talir (A) Promod Taneja (A) Charles Tayloe (A) Arlan Taylor Emil Teisa Terry Tucker David Visintainer Marian (Evers) Wagener (A) Terry Wagner Robert Lee Ward (A) Charles White III Jerald Whitford Gary Widner (A) Stephen Wiechens Frank Winfield Jr. J. Douglas Workman Alfred Wussler (A) Roger Yancey (A)

Class of 1972 $250,000 to $499,999

Gary Forsee r (A) M

$100,000 to $249,999 Joseph Rupp

$25,000 to $49,999 William Oberbeck Jr. (A)

$5,000 to $9,999 John Scott George (A) Zebulun Nash r (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Joe Ballard Frederick Kocher James Marek (A) Michael Perry Stephen Rector r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Robert Berry r (A) M Flake Campbell Joan Dietzmann X Raymond Freeman r Daniel Frisbee (A) Douglas Gundy (A) Donald Hahn r Stephen McVeigh James Mulligan III Dale Pitt r

$500 to $999 Jeffrey Brummet James Butts Hugh Cole r (A) Terence Hill (A) Warren Keith (A) Motlatsi Motsoasele Marcus Ramsey (A) Donald Rice (A) Johnny Rodriguez (A) Kenneth Neil Schultz

$250 to $499 James Cobble Earl Coleman (A) James Earl Davis (A) Orrin Dieckmeyer Jr. (A) Nancy (Less) Doering (A) Robert Donze (A) Michael Fureigh (A) Dominic Grana (A) Donald Padgett John Phipps (A) Michael Taylor (A)

$100 to $249 William Ambrose David Ballantyne John Beale Robert Edwin Benezette r Alan Bodeman (A) Mervet Boulos Billy Bourne (A) Earl Buhrmester Teriel Burke (A) Michael Butner Alan Carson (A) Kurt Caton (A) Randolph Christen (A) James Collings Kinley Craig Daniel DeRiemer (A) Wyatt Dunn (A)

John Edwards Jr. (A) Robert Egbert (A) David Evers Gerald Finn L. Wayne Garrett (A) James Theodore Gee (A) George Hibbard John Hoelscher (A) Richard Hoffmann Eugene Hunziker Santiago Ibarra Jr. (A) Jerry Jackson Louis Karably Keith Konradi Paul Kriegshauser Jr. (A) John Lauth (A) Deborah Lower James Lucas r (A) Lawrence Luzynski (A) James Lyon Terry Marsala Howard McCormack Jr. Stephen Miesner Robert Miodunski (A) Edward Molitor Charles Myers III Dennis Nethington Daniel Oliver (A) Ralph Partridge (A) David Reinke (A) Frances (Jenkins) Rensvold Keith Reynolds Richard Riegel John Roller (A) Michael Roth Jerry Salmon (A) Paul Schlett Douglas Schwarz Allen Sebaugh (A) Carl Sigler III (A) Marvin Sindel Jr. (A) Gary Smith James Snarrenberg O. Dale Stevens II (A) John Stewart Jeffrey Susanj Roger Taylor (A) Stephen Thies (A) Michael Trancynger James Vandersand (A) David Vick Robert Volkmar (A) Joseph Ward Thomas Webber John Werthman Jr. Donald Witte (A) Hau-Tak Wong Roy Woods III David Woosley (A)

Less than $100 Lloyd Alinder (A) John Anderson Douglas Auman (A) David Bachmann (A) Thomas Bartnett Donald Bene Wilfred Bertrand (A) James Bowser Robert Brose

Harmon Brown Norman Browning Lawrence Bumbicka (A) Michael Butler Melvin Butts Walter Canis Ioma Carnahan (A) Arlene Clifton Dale Coy (A) Gary DeClue (A) Dudley Edgemon Robert Edwards Thomas Eyermann Mark Foege Archie Gatrost Charles Godwin W. Marie (Perez) Greene David Hager Louis Hanes Jr. William Hayes Jr. Linus Hellrich (A) Catherine (Midden) Henson (A) Jack Higgins P. Raymond Hodo Robert Holliday (A) Douglas Hopkins Thomas Howard III John Justice Gary Kielar Kip Klein H. Jeffrey Korklan Lorraine (Traynor) Korklan Richard Kuenzer (A) Richard LaPlante Raymond Laramie Jr. Don Lee (A) Stephen Lepper Melvin Light III Thomas McBroom Alan McSpadden Peter Merten (A) Dennis Montgomery John Mugan (A) Kenneth Myers (A) James Nelden Gary Neutzling Raymond Newman Jr. William Newton (A) Frederick Niermann Jr. John Nolle Norman Ostermann * Dean Park (A) Clyde Parsons Jr. (A) Amanda Peplow John Peters Darold Phillips Tim Postlewait Perry Price David Puettmann (A) Kathy Rages Wilbert Rogger (A) Jack Rose Linda (Rehfeld) Ryan Thomas Scheibel (A) Richard Schuessler Mark Sicking David Smith Robert Stanley Eric Stein

Dennis Stephens Philip Taylor John Thompson Robert Toth Robert Toy Bharat Trivedi Chester Vance Marvin Weber Dennis Welker (A) Dale Williams Albert Zinselmeier (A)

Joan (Brune) Woodard r

Dennis Doering (A) Dennis Edwards (A) David Erman (A) David Greco Thomas Griffith (A) James Hess Douglas Knuth (A) Leonard Laskowski III (A) Michael Phillips (A) Danny Powers Frederick Rambow (A) Steven Skasick David Stanze Donald Taylor Michael Walz (A) Frank Yates

$10,000 to $24,999

$100 to $249

Class of 1973

$50,000 to $99,999

David Kroeter r (A)

$5,000 to $9,999 Loretta Dauwe Estate K. Daniel Hinkle (A) David Raterman Steven Wunning

$2,500 to $4,999 Gary Fennewald r (A) Stephen Linnemann (A) George Schindler r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Wendell Barnes (A) Margy (Rice) Beckmeyer Cecilia (Meyer) Freeman r Larry Hendren r (A) M Polly (Reed) Hendren r (A) M J. Curtis Killinger r (A) Richard Peters (A) Lynne Puetz Robert Scanlon r (A) Barry Schaffter (A) James Kenneth Thompson r (A) Ronald Willoughby (A)

$500 to $999 Thomas Behan (A) Kathryn Berkbigler (A) Carol (Langemach) Davies (A) Phillip Fetterman r (A) Michael Ford Gary Frossard Gary Henderson (A) Robert Kasten John Lindstrom (A) Eric Potts (A) Richard Schafermeyer (A) John Skain r (A) M Gary Weidler Chris Wilson (A)

$250 to $499 Thomas Akers r William Brune (A) Karen Carter (A) Stephen Christiansen Mary Danner

Robert Allen V. Michael Alverson Michael Anderson (A) John Baker David Barry David Best Charles Bethards (A) Thomas Burchfield Dennis Chapman (A) Richard Chiles William Coalson Kim Colter r Michael Court (A) Michael Fahy (A) James Fortune Francis Fulkerson Jr. (A) Montie Gauss William Giles Steven Goldammer Dennis Grelle Rande Grotefendt James Hamilton Daniel Harbert Jeffrey Hartenberger James Herbold (A) John Hofer John Keating (A) Andrew Kleinert David Knoll Kenneth Kuechenmeister (A) James Lawler Steven Lett Elaine Menke r Eric Merritt Michael Montague Larry Montgomery David Motherwell (A) Terry Nance Byron Nichols (A) Laurence Nuelle Salvatore Pagano Dennie Pendergrass (A) Bruce Rau Dana Reel Douglas Rickman Stephen Robertson (A) Jacques Sachs (A) Richard Schafale Robert Schmidt r Charles Schroeder Stewart Scott

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Terry Scowcroft * Richard Shields (A) Carolyn (Whiting) Smith (A) Alexis Swoboda Stephen Tempe (A) Edward Wade Wesley Watkins (A) Mark Whitney Daniel Wilhelm (A) Terrill Young

Less than $100 Billy Allen Gary Anderson Glenn Anderson Michael Behr Barry Bergman (A) Steven Blattel Thomas Boschert (A) Janice Breidert (A) Bernard Brockgreitens Jr. Thomas Brown III (A) Steven Bryant (A) Robert Buechel Jr. Patrick Byrne (A) Raymond Christ William Cunningham Jimmie Dace Richard Dalrymple Frank Degel (A) Joseph DeKold (A) Gary Denney Steven Dierker Katherine (Atchley) Dillon (A) John Dowling Ronald Elkins Richard Emanuel (A) Norman Etling Jr. Kent Gastreich Carl Gioia Jack Gonzenbach Orville Grasdock David Hall William Heincker (A) James Hunsicker Gregory Jecker (A) Herbert Krasner George Kwong John Ladner Richard Lance (A) Charles Randy Lang Dennis Larson Gary Lederle (A) John Lick Linda Lick Keith Lissant (A) Larry Livingston Victor Lomax Jr. Peggy (Shackles) Lorge (A) Gary Maggert John Mahoney Rex Mann Charles McGinty Bruce Mitchell (A) Michael Moll

Charles Morris William Mount r Carl Mueller James Neill H. Richard Ogle Kenneth Oster Glen Phariss Nancy Ranek Richard Remley Michael Richter John Sallas (A) John Schilling (A) Richard Schultz Gerald Schwalbe (A) Joseph Schwenk Stephen Shepard (A) Terrence Shofner Floyd Smith Gerald Spink Michael Steffens Robert Stewart Frank Sulze Marie (Willy) Sulze Charles Ray Taylor Richard Taylor Andrew Tebelak (A) Richard Vaeth Leonard Veden (A) Harry Walker Joseph Warren Gerald Weir (A) Kenneth Werner

Class of 1974 $100,000 to $249,999

Michael Hurst r (A)

$10,000 to $24,999 Susan (Hadley) Rothschild r (A) M

$5,000 to $9,999 James Foil r (A) John Gibson (A) Kristie Gibson (A) Timothy Holcer

$2,500 to $4,999 Joseph Cesare r Alan Kornacki r (A) Dale Shull

$1,000 to $2,499 Dennis Anderson r (A) William Clarke r (A) Thomas Harrison (A) Danny Kerns r Charles Naslund r Jerry Rich r (A) Stephen Schade r Stephen Suellentrop r (A) David Suiter John Weekley (A) Gerald Wiegmann (A)

$500 to $999 Gary Abernathy (A) Thomas Barkalow (A) Steven Bridges (A) John Campbell r (A) James Frey (A) S. Craig George r W. Jeffrey Holcomb Gary Hutchison (A) Jeffrey Ivers (A) Nicolaus Neumann Steven Tillman (A) Charles Travelstead r William Zaner

$250 to $499 William Bachman Jr. (A) Marvin Borgmeyer (A) David Breece (A) J. Stephen Brown (A) John Critchfield Steven Dupont Richard Elgin r James Entwistle Jr. Marsha (Collins) Evans David Hardin (A) Gary Hudiburgh Jr. (A) Randy Kerns (A) Samuel Marsh III (A) Kathryn (Ogden) Payne (A) Norman Pooker Patrice Ryan David Talbott (A) Joseph Walker (A) Alberto Zarranz (A)

$100 to $249 Martin Altis Charles Armstrong Roy Bachmann Richard Baker (A) Mark Boecker Bruce Bonczyk (A) Emy A-Mei Chen Edgar Clausen Daniel Codespoti Susan (Blickensderfer) Collins Richard Combs (A) Kenton Cropp Gary Downey James Patrick Doyen Nicholas Duane Randall Dunford (A) Frederick Emmenegger (A) Kevin Farley (A) Mark Feldmann Robert Fontinelle Douglas Gale (A) Samuel George Judith (Wilson) Grotefendt John Hamilton Kenneth Hamilton (A) Lawrence Hammel Phillip Hansen

James Hauser (A) Thomas Hayes (A) Victor Hegemann Lawrence Herold (A) Cecilia Herrick (A) David Hughes Jr. Lindell Hurst Jr. (A) Bruce Johnson (A) James Jones Robert Keeton (A) Thomas Kieffer (A) Sharon (Pfister) Kingston E. Ray Kothe Gilmore Krener Jr. (A) Allen Kuliniewicz (A) Richard Larkins Danny Latal Richard Lenz Sandra (McLain) Lenz DeAnn (Baker) Lewis (A) David Lexa Jerome Maurseth (A) Vicky (Dickerson) Maurseth (A) Dennis Meier Anthony Messina Michael Miller (A) Michael Moellering Jonathan Motherwell r (A) Thomas Mull (A) Kenneth Parsons Richard Payne Russ Pfeifle r (A) William Quinn Jr. Harvey Randall (A) Roger Reagan Thomas Rehkop David Rice (A) Lynn (Sheridan) Rice (A) Joseph Kensey Russell (A) David Sager (A) Frank Salter (A) Donald Schoenbeck Kenneth Schulenburg II (A) Andrew Schwartz (A) Stephen Sherrick Ricky Smith (A) Steven Smith (A) Randall Staponski (A) Blaine Stone (A) Michael Stonger Brady Tabers John Teefey Jr. James Van Houten Maurice Vandenbergh (A) James White (A) David Young

Less than $100 Ronald Albert John Blase Ellen (Cherry) Bohn James Brendel (A) Daniel Brown Willard Coates Charles Connoley

John Cummings Jr. John DeGood Samuel DeHaven Robert Duenckel James Duggan (A) Francine (Davidson) Eppelsheimer (A) Lyn Farley Alan Frager Donald Galli Stephen Hall John Ham Harold Harder Robert Hempler * Mark Heuckroth (A) Arthur Higgins (A) Larry Hoeflinger (A) Phillip Inman Andrew Johnson Rodney Kellison Jack Kubicek Louis Luth III (A) Martin Mattlage (A) Mark Middendorf Donald Moffett Russell Monie Jr. Brian Murphy Richard Noah Keith Nolde Donald Orcutt Patricia Peets Roger Perriguey Roger Phillips Linda (Tevlin) Pleasant Joel Porter Randy Porter B.W. Price III (A) Ioannis Psihoyios Ray Purvis Robert Queathem Kenneth Rapplean John Rastorfer Jr. (A) E. Richard Reynolds Denne Roe (A) Richard Sauerwein Mark Schankman John Scheumbauer John Schoenecker Dawn (Gant) Schuessler Jeffrey Schumacher Ali Selim Anthony Seris Ronald Sherard Jr. Lynda Nations Short (A) George Skosey Robert Sontheimer Joseph Thacker Jr. Randall Thompson Diana (Harrison) Toth Joseph Toth Jr. Ray Umphreys Gregory Wessel Martin White (A) Patricia (Long) Wist Terry Witthaus (A)

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Class of 1975

$10,000 to $24,999 James Fricke r (A)

$5,000 to $9,999 Delores (James) Hinkle (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Dennis Calton (A) Kenneth Jinkerson r (A) Michael Meyer r

$1,000 to $2,499 Nicholas Barrack (A) Daniel Cole r Donald Dierker (A) Peter Fender Richard Frueh * r Richard Hall Richard Laughlin r Pamela (Thebeau) Leitterman r (A) Larry Mueller Rose (Smith) Oberbeck (A) Daniel Thebeau (A) Lawson John Tyler Jr.

$500 to $999 Thomas Holley (A) Jerry Kiefer Vincent Kunderman (A) Jewel Logan David Nelson (A) Michael Schmidt (A) Kevin Skibiski r (A) Mrs. Daniel (Jean) St. Clair

$250 to $499 Mark David Algaier (A) Dan Amsden Steven Bodenhamer (A) Christopher Cape Sheldon Easson Alan Erickson (A) Christina Erickson (A) Frank Flack Bernard Held (A) Mrs. Douglas (Pam) Henry Rafael Jauregui-Arias Bernard Lucas Jr. James Martin Brian Millburn (A) Kho Nguyen Wesley Patrick (A) John Price Bryan Robb (A) Daniel Roy (A) Carol (O’Rourke) Schepers (A) David Schepers (A) Roberta (Wilhelm) Treasurer (A) Stephen Vancil (A) Dennis Wood (A)

* deceased

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$100 to $249 Bruce Baker (A) David Beem (A) Jeffery Bertram (A) Mark Steven Blaser Vernon Boehme Sr. Richard Box Carl Brewer Jr. David Carson David Colvin (A) George Cornwell (A) Charles Daniells Jr. Michael Davis (A) X George Dolson Thomas Ellis Larry Finley (A) James Forck Michael Garnett Richard Graumann Robert Hayward Robert Hitt (A) Steven Holcomb (A) Susan (Walker) Holcomb (A) Ralph Horton Michael Joshua Stephen Kambol (A) John Kubicek Gary Leemann (A) David Lewis (A) Stanley Lorenzen Christine (Brennenstuhl) Lytle Michael Mahn Janet Marsh (A) Richard McLean (A) Thomas Mittler Duane Montana Mark Mueller Kenneth Myers Hung Nguyen (A) Ronald Pinaire Darrell Rachels Srinivasa Raghavan Adonica (Henley) Randall (A) Peter Rauch Roger Retzinger Ronald Roberts (A) J. Stephen Shockley (A) Marwan Siagian John Sickman Larry Sinn Gary Smallwood John Smith Gary Sonnenberg Donald Steele Darrell Sweet Edward Thurmond Yar-Ming Wang Blima Wellek Daniel Wilson William Wilson (A) Yung-Tand Yen

Less than $100 Robert Anderson Garry Aronberg (A) Duane Bequette Franklin Berrier Patrick Bier

David Blauvelt John Boiles (A) Thomas Girard Borowiak (A) Rex Brown Wendy (Scott) Carter r Barbara Clayton (A) William Crocker David Ellebrecht Mark Evertowski John Forbis Terry Forster David Francis Guy Freese Bruce Galbierz Carl Goeckeler Kenneth Haas David Hamilton d’Arcy Holt Harder Milton Hieken (A) Patricia (Tuckey) Higgins (A) Michael Hillhouse (A) James Keebler r James Knoch (A) Craig Korkoian (A) Rodney Linker Michael Lupo Bruce Lurtz Hubert Maddox Gregory McBride Clifford McCartney Ferdinand Mertens (A) Thomas Milne Charles Moede Jean (Roberts) Mullin Richard Mullin II Charles Neuhart Janet Oakes (A) Warren Omohundro Robert Park Allen Paschke Roy Peets Robert Perrey Ronald Potts Raymond Powell Patrick Rafferty (A) Siri Ram Rai Robby Ray Rakestraw Thomas Rechtien Jeffrey Rose Bruce Russell William Sallas Randall Sawyer (A) David Shcolnik (A) Semahat (Dengi) Sinharoy James Stoops Randy Strunk Ronald Temme William Van Horn John Wegman Dennis Wehmeyer Robert Wessel (A) Ronald White (A) William Wilkerson (A) James Williams Anthony Witte Joan Wyant

Class of 1976

$10,000 to $24,999 David Glynn (A) Royce Vessell r

$5,000 to $9,999 William Alan Benson r (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 John Culter

$1,000 to $2,499 Harold Garner r Kraig Gordon r (A) M Michael Krueger (A) Dennis Leitterman r (A) Gerald Meyr (A) Steven Moss r Matthew Nail (A) Howard Toombs (A)

$500 to $999 David Barclay (A) David Dillard David Johnston John Alfred Moritz Jr. Frank Proctor Jr. (A) Michael Woessner (A)

Robert Hilton Robert Hummel Steven Jackson Anthony Kutz (A) Charles Lane Paul Leaver (A) James Leonard Mark Liefer (A) Kim (Coleman) Livengood (A) Kenneth Luetkemeyer (A) Leonard Lutz r X Paula (Marcellus) Lutz r X Clifford Mahin (A) John Mangoff Jr. (A) Roger May William McAllister III (A) Druery McMillan r William Miehe (A) James Mills (A) Margaret (Cahill) Montana Michael Mullen Glenn Allen Nichols Joseph Offutt III (A)

David Ostrodka William Rash Ronald Reed William Bruce Rhodes Catherine Rieser Paul Sapp (A) Karl Schenke (A) Edward Schmidt Lawrence Schwab (A) Peggy (Knapp) Shockley (A) Dennis Simon (A) Kimberly (Morrill) Simon (A) Elizabeth Sinn Peter Smith David Thompson James Turner Jr. (A) William Wohlert James Wood (A) Kenneth Woods (A) O.W. Tobey Yadon (A)

Less than $100 William Ahal (A) June Ahrens (A) William Baumhoff Kathryn (Hand) Becker (A) Stephen Bell Terry Lynn Bone Craig Bowers Todd Butz Lois (Fradenburgh) Carl Cyrus Crowder Ramona (Ogle) Cummings (A) Ted Cummings (A) Edward Rheinhardt Dabler Jr. Randall Dean Richard Dunn William Ehrhard John Feldmann John Fillebaum Gary Fischer Richard Fleschner Joseph Folta Jr.

$250 to $499 Kent Bagnall r X Lindsay Lomax Bagnall r X Darryl Bennett Donald Chronister Clayton Evans Gregory Haug Robert Helmkamp (A) James Merciel Jr. (A) Michael Mochel (A) Melanie (Miller) Naeger Larry Shoemaker (A) Paul Telthorst (A) Harold Wagner Jr. (A) Thomas Wallace Jeffry Wassilak (A) Charles Wiese (A)

$100 to $249 Wayne Bailey Myron Biddle (A) L. Steve Bihr (A) Kenneth Blankenship Charles Bodenhamer Lana Bray-Scott (A) Lawrence Castor (A) Joy Davis (A) Michael DiNapoli Terry Drechsler (A) Roland Dutton Jr. C. Dale Elifrits r Michael Ellicott Michael Ellis Thomas Fischer Brian Flandermeyer Douglas Freeman (A) Paul Hesse Gregory Hicks Alexander Hilleary Cynthia (Harmon) Hilleary

Freshman Bobby Pettis of Hickory Hills, Ill., was a leader for the Miners in total offense yards this fall. The Miners took on a schedule full of tough opponents in 2009, including the NAIA’s fourth-ranked team, Saint Francis (Ind.). The Miners pulled out a 39-37 win over the Cougars in the waning seconds on Homecoming at Allgood-Bailey Stadium.

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Don Gelven Bruce Haigh Martha Heinbokel Mark Hicks William Hinton Jr. D. Freddie Ipock (A) Ronald Jackson (A) Richard Johnson James Junge Danny Klopfer (A) Danny Krebs Richard Markey Lewis McCann Michael McGavock Annie (Hall) Milne Frances Morris John Morrissey Jimmy Joe Murray (A) John O’Reilly Ronald Pozzo James Pruitt (A) George Reynolds Gene Rovak Michael Sallwasser Gary Sammelmann Harold Schwan (A) Marshall Shackelford Paul Sicking (A) Don Smith Norman Saylor Smith James Stewart Victoria (Headrick) Sweetser Brian Swenty Thomas Tatman Dolores Tichenor John Torres Leonard Wasserman

Arthur Giesler r (A)

Archie Taylor Nancy Edmonds Taylor Donald Ulrich William Yount (A)

$2,500 to $4,999

$100 to $249

Class of 1977

$10,000 to $24,999

Aaron Cook r (A) Gary Roebke r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Terry Buzbee (A) Robert Leonard r (A) Patrick Owen (A) Paul Schnoebelen III r (A) John Stutsman (A) Torie Ann Vandeven r

$500 to $999 David Diestelkamp Sherry (McDonald) Johnston Mark Mastroianni (A) Patrick McCann Peter Price

$250 to $499 Bruce Allen (A) William Bippus Stephen Burr (A) Leslie Hamilton r (A) David Hilt (A) Elvin Kingree Douglas Kinnett Thomas Lacy James Lincicome (A) Mark Moran (A) Robert Naeger Rebecca (Dye) Parkhill (A) Stuart Parkhill (A)

Paul Andres Thomas Androlewicz Steven Blair Philip Boegner (A) John Bown John Bruns (A) Jeffrey Buck Warren Cadwell (A) William Christians Theodore Cover (A) David Craycraft (A) Richard Donnelly Paul Eloe Kathleen Farley Douglas Fuchs John Gallagher Timothy Gentry Albert Gharakhanian Maria (Di Quarto) Gharakhanian Henry Haggard John Heidbreder (A) Carl Hilgarth Timothy Hoog Francis Jaquay (A) Jeffrey Johnson Ted Kelly (A) Rodman Kirkpatrick Michael Kirn Stephen Koch Paul Kossina (A) Steven Lampe Steven Liescheidt (A)

Ross Livengood (A) Mark MacGlashan Ronald McClanahan Randall Moore Terry Panhorst Gary Ruhling (A) Timothy Scanlon (A) Lambert Schnettgoecke Bahram Shajary (A) Richard Siebenman Jr. David Smith (A) Glendon Stevens III Nicole Talbot r (A) Joy (Ewens) Thompson Paul Vetter Ted Vora John Walker (A) Timothy Weadon Donald Weidinger (A) John Williams Ronald Williams

Less than $100 Mark Alvey Donald Bingaman Steven Bollinger James Bradfield Dale Brzuchalski Debra (Kersting) Brzuchalski Arthur Buckowitz Gregg Carlson John Carter r Thomas Carter Keith Cowan Robert Crader Michael Filla Edward Finnell Randall Forchee

Dudley Galloway Larry George Kenneth Gianino Joseph Gioia Daniel Grose Gregory Gudac Warren Hertfelder James Hummert Jr. Christopher Jarrett (A) Stanley Johnson Michael Kausch Jr. David Kelley Michael Kleeschulte Edmund Kobylinski Louis Loos II (A) Michael Marx (A) Sandra (Turnbough) Marx (A) Roy Mattes Jr. (A) Jerry McCammon (A) George McGrath Jr. (A) Larry McNary Kathleen (Colvin) Meyerkord Michael Miller Eric Minne Chester Nichols John Northup III (A) John Patterson David Perry (A) Joseph Pisarkiewicz Mirko Rakigjija (A) Emmett Redd Steven Richards Joseph Schroeder Keith Schuette (A) Barry Franklin Sink Bruce Floyd Snow Patricia (Mayer) Stewart

Raymond Sudheimer Larry Swinney Leo Valla James Vaughn Ernest Vogel Robert Wacker David Walker John Walker Rhonda Walker John Wenzlick Francis Whelan Bradley Wyatt

Class of 1978

$10,000 to $24,999 David Lewis r

$2,500 to $4,999 Kelvin Erickson r (A) Michael Haynes r (A) M Terry McCallister r (A) J. Michael Party r

$1,000 to $2,499 Lee Ann (Richardson) Cox (A) Randy Donaldson (A) Kenneth Fleck Russell Goldammer (A) Ronald Morgan

$500 to $999 Craig Barnes (A) Darryl Brinkmann Jacquelyn DeThorne Fred Durrenberger (A) Gregory Lang r (A) Rory McCarthy

Matthew Schultz, a junior in civil and architectural engineering, samples water near Tacachia, Bolivia. The S&T Engineers Without Borders student chapter is developing an irrigation system to increase agricultural output and a potable water system for the small village. Photo by Zachary Anderson-Boland

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Donors listed by class year James Rau (A) Mark Reidmeyer Mary (Cripe) Reidmeyer Michael Schaefer (A) Michael Simac Edward Webster (A) Mark White (A)

$250 to $499 Michael Busby Susan Callahan (A) Jun-See Winress (Lee) Chang Robert Chapman Jr. (A) Sherri Clark David Darr James Fielding Terry Harvey E. Dianne (Speer) Lincicome (A) Marcel (Wehrman) Maupin (A) Douglas Melton Jr. (A) Gary Miller Mark Miller Michael Pratt (A) Stephen Rethmeyer (A) Terry Robb John Stolwyk

$100 to $249 Ronald Baker (A) Theodore Beresik William Bezdek (A) Michael Boles Stephen Brunts (A) John Busse Ethan Chamberlain Albert Charles Patrick Cole Pamela (Whaley) Dagestad Jon Danuser (A) Joseph Epperson Stanton Farley John Ganofsky Jr. Joseph Grana Jr. (A) John Grice Jeffrey Haferkamp (A) Gary Hargis Gary Heimbaugh Wilma (Kirn) Hilton John Hohenberger Charles Holcomb Michael Honigfort (A) John Hunter (A) Rosemary (Love) Ingram James Ivy II (A) Karl Andrew Johnston (A) Daniel Keaster Carol Ann (Clement) Knauff David Levings (A) Brenda (Ellerbrake) Liescheidt (A) Arthur Litchfield Jr. (A) Billy Little Vicki (Moore) Longrie Randall Lubbert Mark Madras (A) Michael Magee Daniel Martin

Robert Mason Timothy McClain Kirk Mescher Keith Miller James Mueller Paul Nauert Jr. (A) Joseph O’Brien Jr. James Puckett Steven Rinne (A) Kamran Rokhsaz (A) Thomas Ryan (A) Stacy Sauer (A) Donald Schaefer Jr. Steven Serniak Stephen Shoemaker Julie (Miller) Smythe Robert Steiner Rita (Webber) Stevens Joyce (Copeland) Thomas Leonard Wolff (A) Robert Yin (A) Thomas Zuiss (A)

Less than $100 Craig Agne Stephen Albee (A) Stephen Allen (A) Michael Amelunke (A) Gregory Baker (A) Vance Behr Daniel Binz (A) Kenneth Brenneke Maria (Wilmsmeyer) Brittle (A) Kenneth Brugioni William Campbell Gregory Carpenter Douglas Cothern (A) A. David Crowley Gary Dial James Donahoe III Rona (Whittall) Donahoe Ivan Engeman William Everett Thomas Fennessey Michael Foley (A) Donald Fosnacht John Garrett Rodger Grantham Thomas Gredell Alan Green Sarah Hansel Michael Hardesty (A) Melvin Heisserer Robert Heritage Jr. David Holland Jr. (A) Kenneth Holtgrieve Alan Holtz Jr. Mark Huck Mary Hudnut Shirley (Carpenter) Huffman (A) Kurt Humphrey David Ihms Robert Kertis Garrett Kramer Carolyn Krebs Edward Kuhlmann Jr. John Lamble (A) Rick Lauer

Edward Lee Steven Lewis Michael Ludwig Mark Malone Lawrence Maxwell (A) Shara (Mount) McBee Larry McCallister Rita (Stockhecker) McMinn David Mees Gary Miloradovich Robert Ortbals Sandra (Hagni) Ostergren Daniel Perkins Gregory Perkins Gary Perrey Mark Petry Kenneth Rice Kent Richardson Mark Roenfeldt (A) Mark Seppelt Pankaj Shah H. Ward Silver (A) Daniel Smith Richard Smith Gary Taggart Robert Tenholder (A) David Theising Gary Thomas Donald Walther William Warwick Terri (Noelker) White Arthur Wilkins Ramona (Day) Willig David Winter Frances (Hauschildt) Wren Walter Zachritz II

Class of 1979 $100,000 to $249,999

Robert Riess Sr. r (A)

$10,000 to $24,999 Lawrence Britt (A) L.D. Witt r (A)

$5,000 to $9,999 Jeff Steinhart r (A) Dianna Tickner r (A) Thomas Wetteroth r (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 James Bush r Francilda Erickson r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Andrew Cox (A) John Eash r (A) Glen Forck r (A) Steven Grant r Robert Lee Dale Morse r Robert Peat (A) Mark Premont X Joseph Vitale

$500 to $999 Rodney Breuer David Hengel (A) Mark Krahenbuhl r (A) Donald Harold Lange (A) Richard Lilleston (A) Joseph Rich Joseph Safron (A)

$250 to $499 Kay (Hardman) Adams (A) Charles Bagnell Jr. David Belden Gregory Bone Craig Brauks (A) William Brunkhorst II Barbara (Bening) Busby Joseph Chang Robert Crull (A) Kevin Eisenbeis (A) Timothy Holcomb (A) Mark Hovis (A) Thomas Lyons Anne (Fulton) McIntyre (A) George Miller Craig O’Dear (A) Robert Quenon r John Swinson Kevin Todd (A) Ann (Veatch) Whitty

$100 to $249 William Bagley Frederick Bauhof Gregory Beilstein Debra Bene (A) Reginald Benton Sharon Biddle-Ferrell Donald Birchler (A) David Bird (A) Rhonda Boles Sharon (Lewis) Bradley (A) Frederick Bueler Jr. Kenneth Burg Ronald Ernst (A) James Fallon (A) Darrell Flynn Mark Foley (A) Kenneth Foster Jr. Maryann Chambers Fox Carma (Stone) Gibler William Grace Stanton Hadley Alfred Harding Jr. (A) Glennon Hartog David Heineck (A) James Humphrey Edward Jantosik Jr. Vicki (Huffman) Joern Frank Jost Robert Keeler Jr. John Knoepke Harold Lasley Jr. (A) James Linsenbardt (A) Timothy Madden Vincent Mattione Michael O’Daniell (A) Phyllis (Lanza) Panhorst James Paul Eugene Pokorny

Robert Priest Joel Pundmann (A) Craig Reed Kent Riley Jerry Robinson Judith Roper Joseph Ruder Paul Rygaard Harry John Sauer III r Kevin Stalnaker (A) Michael Stock Steven Sullivan Lawrence Unnerstall Jr. Stanley Wadsworth (A) Lowell Watson Gregory Wayne Barry Wealand John Weaver (A) Alfred Wai-On Yem Jana (Trampe) Zigrye (A) Stephen Zigrye (A)

Less than $100 Bruce Bachman Ronald Barnes Martha Bennett Larry Benz Philip Bissey (A) Paul Brake David Braun Allan Brittle Jr. (A) Alan Brook Douglas Buehler Susan (Holm) Bush Ralph Butler Salvatore John Calise Matthew Christian Lora (Binney) Cottrell Lois Marie Crane Kathleen (Miles) Daniel (A) Larry Dearing Stephen Diebold Roy Drew Christopher Eales Brian Edwards William Englehart Anita (Benschop) Ewald (A) Linn Field Beverly (Hartmann) Flori Ralph Flori Jr. Stephen Ford Rhonda (Reed) Galaske (A) Donald Gardner Bahman Gharib Louis Greer (A) Michael Gronek Charles Hall William Harding Stanley Heimburger Stephen Johnson Robert Karp Michael Kovack Ronald Krusie (A) Richard Lawson John Lodderhose David Lorge (A) Michael Lucas Karen (Avery) Ludwig Glenn Mabie John McBee

Lynn (Weiss) McCallister Robert Minor Montgomery Morse Diane (Mudge) Mues Jimmie Myers James Neumann Lam Nguyen Minh (Nguyen) Parrett Kevin Phillips Thomas Pile Jr. Edward Prost Jr. Mark Runge (A) Gerhard Schiroky Randall Schmitt (A) Thomas Schmitt Mark Schurk Stanley Sikes Keith Smith Timothy Snyder David Sorrell Kermit Ammon Sparks Kenneth Stratton (A) Thomas Sutterfield Robert Thrutchley John VanDeven Richard Wagner Mary (Schumacher) Watson Angela (Baker) Webster Susan (Ray) Whitener James Wray (A)

Class of 1980 $5,000 to $9,999

Rodney Foster r (A) Max Guinn r Thomas O’Keefe IV r Jeffrey Sheets r Patricia (Klug) Sheets r

$1,000 to $2,499 Mark Franklin Paul Hartwig Michael McCall Perrin Roller r (A) Gene Ronchetto r (A) Cheryl Seeger r X

$500 to $999 Paul Booher (A) Szu-Chain Chen William Coppoc David Denison (A) Dwight Fulton Susan (Payne) Fulton Wayne Hamilton Daniel Hirschbuehler James Lee (A) John Miller (A) Barry Sage Mary Ellen Sedrick Eric Stassevitch (A) Mark Urban (A)

$250 to $499 Bruce Loren Bartlett (A) Larry Boyer Eddie Doss (A) James Durham (A) Stephan Howard (A)

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Janet (Reiter) Loesch (A) Terry Loesch (A) Robert McCarthy II Merrily McGowan (A) Daniel McNicholl Earl Muehlfarth Jr. Mark Schlesinger David Schmitt (A) John Schneider

Catherine (Godsy) Tepper Jeffrey Thornton Rodney Turnbough Mark Viox Matthew Vogel L. Alan Weakly (A) David Webb Kenneth Zimmerman

$100 to $249

Kenneth Arnett Karim Asfour Clay Bachman Ruth Bartlett Douglas Blevins Vickie (Bunker) Blevins David Bogart (A) Paul Bright Danny Bryant (A) Erik Burgdorf Mark Carter Cherie Cowan Marilyn Daum Thomas DeGonia Michael DePasquale Jackie (Pleis) Eiffert Kenton Eiffert Robert Engelken Diana (Collins) Engeman Nancy (Brown) Fischer Robert Gamewell Jo-Ann Mileva (Pesich) Gianino Julie (Petty) Glass Kenneth Goetz Leslie (McIntyre) Granger (A) Andrea Green Richard Griner Marc Gruenenfelder Donald Guenther Ann Marisa Hagni William Hansen Paul Heilman Daniel Heimsoth Thomas Helfrich Dean Heneghan John Hesse John Hoffman (A) Lindy Holmes Dirk Holt Maribeth Humphrey Steven Hyland Jeffrey Jost Janet (Rimmey) King Joseph Lewis James Marfice Charles McField Jr. (A) Michael Mertens Linda (Hudgens) Michaelsen Daniel Michel Mesut Muslu Steven Null Raymond Paul Kenneth Peveler

J. Dean Adkins Gary Amsinger (A) John Ballantyne Fred Bean (A) Margaret Becher (A) Bradley Brown Robert Chambers Henry Neal DeShazo Jr. (A) George Dickinson (A) Thomas Dittmaier (A) Deborah (Foy) Dorsett John Ederle Barbara (Brueggemann) Gerstenkorn David Gerstenkorn Robert Glosier Robert Layton Gray (A) William Guerdan (A) Lindsey Henry Karen (Downer) Herbert Jerry Higgins Clarence Edward Hodge Jr. Karl Joern Janet Knobbe Edward Kyser III David Lofe (A) Raymond Lopez Richard Louis Paul Marshall Carole Martin James Massmann Clinton McClanahan Michael McEvilly Martin Millman (A) Dennis Moore Thomas Mueller (A) David Naeger William Nix (A) Martin Penning (A) Michael Perry (A) Sherris Ragsdale (Myers) Prall Clayton Price Kevin Rackley Wesley Ranard Craig Ratkey (A) John Rotramel Steve Ruether (A) Andrew Schelich (A) Michael Schmidt Richard Shores Brian Snyder Michael Stafford (A) Theresa (Talty) Stone Brian Tepper

Less than $100

Ted Porter Pennie (Nichols) Ranzetta Robert Schneider (A) Thomas Shilling Mary (Oxford) Siemsglusz Sandra (Hoelscher) Simmons David Smith Mark Smith (A) Agnes (Fox) Snyder Karen (Miller) Sorrell Brent Sparks Lois (Cotton) Sparks Louis Steinhauser Dennis Struemph Michael Suraud Gerald Tarr Andrew Tayon Jr. Cynthia (Diedrich) Tharpe Jeffrey Theerman Tieu Vinh (A) Daniel Walden John Tsang-Chi Wang David Weaver Phillip Webster James Wessel Brian Westrich Robert Wille

Class of 1981

$10,000 to $24,999 Mark Walker

$2,500 to $4,999 S. Dale McHenry r (A) Robert Stevens r M

$1,000 to $2,499 Paul Baldetti (A) Ernest Kelvin Banks r (A) John Behr r Robert Benson r (A) Michelle (Cooper) Fleck Jeffrey Heppermann Brad Snow Randy Southmayd r Keith George Tomazi r Benjamin Winter r (A)

$500 to $999 Mark John Dunlay (A) Morris Hervey Jr. (A) Donald Burton Holley r Jean Karen (Fischer) Holley r James Gregory Lawrence (A) Jeffrey Sunderland (A) Daniel Vaughn (A) Jeruld Weiland

$250 to $499 Steven Delaroche Randall Dreiling (A) Billy Euell Jr. (A) Douglas Gale Gordon (A)

Janet Hartley (A) Robert Hoffmann (A) Jon Mark Holdman Bonnie Hubert Annette (Le Crone) Kelly Patrick Gerard Kelly Randall Lewis G. Glenn Lipscomb II (A) Barbara (Stoecklein) McPherson Kathy Jo (Bowman) Petering Colleen (Lynch) Petosa (A) Thomas Jerome Renick Michael Roesch Eric Victor Schelin Blake Silkwood (A) David Strubberg Pamela (Reed) Wurtzler (A)

$100 to $249 Themis Argyros (A) Richard Baltz (A) Karen (Kohl) Beckmann (A) Oscar Berryman (A) Mark Brown Paul Bryant Stephen Joseph Cain Ann Crannell (A) James Crume Margaret Davis Robert Davis Gerard Dolan (A) Terry Donelson Robert Downing Raymond Lloyd Drury III (A) Michael Flannigan (A) Glen Gettemeyer Guy Gilbert Rosalie (Larson) Hadley John Hall (A) Benjamin Lee Hankins (A) Steven Craig Hanmann (A) Edward Hart Richard Herbert Jr. Bradley Herman Timothy Holst Steven Howard Donald Hunt Jr. (A) Dale Hursh Michael Johnson Patrick John Kelly Jeffery Kipp Dennice (Broadhacker) Kowelman Frank Landwehr (A) Richard Lux (A) Marilyn (Kolbet) Mattione Michael Monroe McCoy (A) Mary Ellen (Hilton) McEvilly Michael McMenus Karin Melick-Barthelmess Rozann (McClimens) Mersinger (A) David Louis Meyer Kevin Millar David Miller Jr.

Judith (Parker) Millman (A) Lisa (Carroll) Mueller (A) Robert Olson Mitchell Putnam (A) Daryl Quinn Edward Robold (A) David Schlarman John Schmidt (A) Kenneth Schmidt Charles Sheppard James Simmons Houstin Smith Timothy Solomon Matthew Stone (A) Roger Swenson Jr. Eric Treptow (A) Anthony Po Tsui (A) Diane (Dowlen) Underwood (A) Walter James Unverferth Nicholas Valenti Kurt Wilhelm Sara Ellen (Folluo) Wilke (A) Mark Allen Williams Edward Wooldridge John Woracek Karl Yeager Richard Zepka Robert Zettwoch (A)

Less than $100 Gregg Adams Ralph Kendell Agee John David Anderson Paul Donald Andrew Douglas Baker Ronald Bell Laura Lee (Demzik) Bequette Scott Bradley Bichel Terrance Bodine Scott Bohler Michael Bratcher r Steven Brooks Barbara Brunts Randall Brunts Robert Budenholzer Ralph Butler Paul Cahill Michael Calandro Fred Cashner (A) Stephen Deardeuff Jr. (A) George Detrick III Cindy (Cooper) Drew Barry Eikmann Duane Arthur Emanuel Gery Foehrweiser David Fontaine Alissa Gallagher Warren Kent Goddard (A) David Griesinger Douglas Grounds (A) Kenneth Hardy III Daniel Harris John Hart III Douglas Hartman

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George Harvilla Jr. Yoelit Hannah (Shapiro) Hiebert Joseph Howell (A) Lea Anne (Telthorst) Howell (A) Scott Lin Huang Terry Huber Mark Stephen Huck Bruce Wayne Hulsart Jeffery Humphreys Ann (Painter) Ihms Marcus James Wesley Jenkins Mark Jourdan Alan Kaelble Deborah Lynn (Kreher) Kiblinger Kevin Kirkpatrick (A) Gopalan Krishnamurthy (A) John Lavalette Wade Wesley McLain Gary Paul McMichael Mark McNally Allen Minks Kenneth Mizuki William Rogers Morgan Jr. David Scott Mueller Bonnie Jean (Anderson) Mullen Mark Nealon Vietson Nguyen Richard Nussbaum Cleota Faye Parker Steven Payne Mark Phillips Rhonda Powers (A) Lawrence Powitzky John Kneedler Queern John Renz (A) Yvonne (Turenne) Renz (A) Shahin Safaei Michael Schmidt Shawn David Simmons Dale Michael Smith James Standfast Tad Michael Tucker Mary (Sappington) Walker James Whetsel Ward Winkelmann

Class of 1982

$10,000 to $24,999 Kathryn Ann (Waples) Walker

$2,500 to $4,999 Wayne Huebner r John Greg Kellerman r John Robert Miller

$1,000 to $2,499 Brian Keith Bess Andrew Bonnot r David Alan Brewer r

* deceased

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Donors listed by class year John Stephen Daniel Gail Louise (Dolan) Hahn r Dale Anthony Kyser (A) Maureen (Murphy) Midgley r Stephen Midgley r Jeffrey Ramberg Kevin Quentin Smith r Alice Elaine (Nau) Snow Harry Alan Syers

$500 to $999 Robert James Brandt Kimberly Kay Denney (A) Mark Dieckmann Timothy Ray Ervin (A) John Hock r Jeffery Lee Hunter Chun-Ping Meng (A) Allan Kent Peccola Michael Eugene Roark (A) Gregory Sedrick Min-Chun Jenny Shu (A) Mark Steven Statler Edwin Paul Stuckey (A) Jeffrey Payton Wieland (A) Craig Allen Wohlers (A) Bruce Miles Wundrack (A)

$250 to $499 David Brian Akers (A) Dean Alden Anderson Morris Buenemann Jr. Stacey (Miller) Eicks Terry Lee Ernest (A) Craig Le Andre Eutz Kirk Foeller (A) Robert Garnett (A) Raymond Penn Gill Mary Clotilda (Shultz) Hoffmann (A) Ted Alan Martin Michael David Moline (A) Harrod Oldham III Gregory Pannone Laura Anne (Plyler) Silkwood (A) Jeffrey Simmons Mary (Eipper) Simmons Carol Underwood Daniel Wurtzler (A) Donald Zeitinger Jr. (A) Warren Zeller

$100 to $249 Steven Richard Adams Billy Gregory Aurig Michael Roy Beckmann (A) Clifford Birdsell Jeffrey Bledsoe (A) Danny Lynn Brown Jeffrey Neil Bruhn (A) Tammie Lynn (Parrish) Buschling Darrell Roy Case (A) John Gerald Cooley Stephen Coonan Kenneth Cotter Mark Kevin Covey (A) Todd Allen Davis

Bruce Dawson Jeffery Gail Denny Lynn Ellen (Lamb) Duncan Robert Scott Glauz Terrell Green (A) M Pamela Sue Hobbs (A) Lynne Annette Hoefer (A) James Henry Holm Michael Lee Huff Craig Scott Johnson Lynn Elmer Johnson (A) Robert Johnston Randy Jordison (A) Brian Allen Klotz Chungsoo Kobawoo (A) Raymond Kopsky Jr. M Richard Allen Kottemann Jr. (A) Mary Susan Lampert Regulah Lindsey Russell Little (A) Mark Tipton Long (A) Janet Louise (Meiners) Lynch Charles David Malin Richard Manning Randall March Douglas Marquart (A) Ricky Lynn Martin Billie Carol (Arnott) May David May Francis McCormack (A) Robert Mertzlufft Jr. Thomas More Metcalfe (A) Robert Metze Jr. Charles Lee Meyer Christopher Musial Timothy O’Mara (A) Sigrid Anne (Green) Pericich (A) Donald Brock Pfost Robert Phillips (A) Eric Glynn Politte (A) Joseph Albert Puhl Lisa Joan (Reed) Puhl Craig Martin Pulley Debra Ann (Domino) Pulley William Lyle Pulse Christopher Rapisardo Nancy Lillian Reiter Charles Richey (A) James Richard Roesch Kenneth Rosemann Edward Ruebling Michael Schaefer (A) Dolph Schallenberg Evan Scheier Keith Scherer Kenneth Paul Scherer Susan (McCoy) Schneider Marc Glen Schrank Valoree Sue (Stone) Schrank Daryl William Seck Michael Lee Smith (A) Joseph Splean II Robert Stahlin (A) Mark Lee Stevens (A) David Alan Stockdale Margaret (Herman) Stockdale

Paul Robert Stricker Daniel Victor Lawrence Alan Weiman Thomas Westerman (A) Wade James White John Scott Wiese Vincel Williams Karl Wolf (A) Marvin Woods David Scott Zike (A)

Less than $100 James Allmeyer Betty (Weinhold) Baggett Reese Allen Barlow Terry Lee Bearly Thomas Wayne Blackburn Gladys Darlene (Guffey) Bramel David Chris Brucker (A) Donna Leigh (Hamilton) Brucker (A) Mary Louise (Wirz) Byrum James Edward Chaney Russell Dahlgren Janet Kay (Pearce) Davis Steven Paul Dominic Roderick Eddleman (A) Mark Carl Ehlert John Albert Gerig Joseph Gillardi Jr. Douglas Guenther Linda Marie Hand (A) Andre Harness Michael Harpham Kevin Havener Robert Heligman Robert Herr Gregory Lee Hiebert Mary Ann Hines Kathleen (Moran) Holland Rong-Fong Huang James Franklin Irwin Jr. Michael Jennings John Jones Jr. Stephen Keeling David Gerard Kelly Allen Kirchhoff David Kroeger (A) Charles Frederick Kummer III James Lamb III Edward Roy Lamken Carol Ann Lietz Harold Lindley III Peter Watts Lounsbury Walter Mason (A) Gary Wayne McDonald Gary Mizer Charles Bruce Monie Thomas Mooney Janice (Uhle) Naumann Robert Naumann Jr. Steven Paul Olsen (A) Samuel Donald Otto Patricia Pagano John Harris Park Steven Parks Patrick Pautler Mai Xuanthi Pham

Jean Marie Pollard Vickie (Mitchell) Reed Steven Paul Roth Todd Wayne Rush Karl Schmerbauch (A) Kevin Schriewer Michael Sickendick David Joseph Skuta Jeffrey Lynn Smith Paul Smith Warren Smith III (A) Nancy Faye (McNutt) Snyder Carolyn Joan Tatum Todd Michael Thomas John Topi John Tripi Jr. (A) David Alan Voss David Martin Walker John Homer Welch David Bruce Wilhide (A) Scott Zimmer

Class of 1983

$10,000 to $24,999 Christopher Ramsay r (A)

$5,000 to $9,999 Helene Hardy Pierce r (A)

$2,500 to $4,999 Paul Anthony Lang (A) Susan Elaine Watson-Hajjar (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Scott David Lampert Ray Luechtefeld

$500 to $999 Alice Beechner Joseph Emmett Brown (A) Kenneth Cochran Richard Straeter (A) Barbara (Yaeger) Weiland Douglas Wheelock (A)

$250 to $499 Jeannine (Fronckiewicz) Bardsley (A) Timothy Barefield (A) Amber Megann (Sparlin) Brady (A) Rochelle Ann Delaroche Diana Dohmen Bernard Fields Tony David Flaim (A) Stanley Dean Heaton Gerald Keeven (A) Mark Alan McCoy Philip McPherson Ronald Dean Petering Jeffrey Phillips Jeffrey Scheibal Kathy Lynn (Herrmann) Schmitt (A) Michael John Speak

$100 to $249 John Abshier John Amerman Kevin Douglas Anders Robert Baumgartner (A) Andrew Stephen Bean Thomas Benoist Randy Lewis Buschling Mark Alan Cook (A) Charles Daily Nancy Lea (Jones) Denton (A) David Duncan Charla (Niccoli) Dziedzic (A) Daniel Dziedzic (A) Richard Ferguson Gregory Fleck James Allen Folta Peggy Ann (Cypert) Folta Joyce Ellen (Hierholzer) Foster David Brian Graham Robert Haas (A) Tim Hagan Robert Hampel Alberta (Bollenbacher) Harder Bruce Jeffrey Hayden Giuseppa (Di Quarto) Heineck (A) Richard Henry Dennis Hinnah Caroline Ann Israel Lewis Daniel Israel Barbara Lynn (Johnson) Johnson Christopher Johnson (A) Harvey Grady Jones John Kokorudz Angela Latham Anne (Burton) Laufman (A) Gregory Lynch Michael Sean Lynch (A) Diana Sue (Bindemann) Malin Prabodh Mathur Susan Lucas (Lucas) McCoy (A) Lawrence McCrary * (A) Curtis Meier (A) John Merle (A) Bradley Raymond Miller (A) Lynn Rene (Jones) Miskell Darrell Dwain Moore Juanice Oldroyd (A) Pedro Julio Ortiz (A) M. Brad Parks Bryan Dale Peetz Charles Wesley Proctor Jr. Kevin Patrick Roney (A) Steven Leroy Sanders James Seiwald Ray Joseph Slesinski Bart Wayne Smith Edith Ann (Foale) Starbuck Michael Starbuck Shelton Stringer Michael David Stroder William Clay Stuckey (A) Douglas Swenson

Sarah Jane (Hahn) Todd Alan Leslie Trampe Chi-Hua Tseng (A) Wesley Villhard Barton David Volpe Timothy Wayne Warden Anne (Weber) Welty Lawrence Welty Doug Wesselschmidt Carolyn Louise (Muret) Whaley Timothy Loyd White (A) Mark Alan Wickert Jay Wilshire Jeffrey John Winter Bradley Woley Paul Wolfgeher (A) Desmond Yan

Less than $100 Timothy Adrian Vicki Lynn Amsinger Catherine (Lally) Anderson M. Christine (Proudian) Andonian Thomas Atteberry F. Joseph AuBuchon Cathy Jane (Raidt) Baker Douglas Barlet (A) Charles Alan Bast Kathleen (Wolfe) Bottroff (A) Mark Bryant Anita Ann (Dixon) Chute Mark Alan Clay James Lee Conley Paul Dean Conrad James Cooper Steven Craig Cornish Gabriele D’Alleva (A) Kent Ray DesRocher Joan (Pohorsky) Doner Karl Doner Edward Henry Easson Steven Eslinger Susan (Lakinger) Fahnestock Curtis Ray Flatt Richard Furtner Scott Roger Goehri Susan Kathleen Graf Richard Gray III Gerald Alan Griffith Mark Lamar Haden Youcef Hammada Diane Carol (Smith) Harness Daniel Harrington Laura Ellen Harrington Glenn Steven Heil Craig Hendricks Michael Herries Donald Hillis Jr. Jeffery Holland Stephen Jacobi Douglas Johnson Glen Kaegi Roger Kopp John David Kottwitz Michael Joseph Lally

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David Langenberg Richard Langer Phillip Langhorst Ron Mark Livaudais Matthew Louis Mabrey (A) Joel Lynn Mahnken Charles Mausshardt Denise Ann (Rost) Mausshardt Susanne McHale Janice Lynne (Sigle) McLain John Michael McNally Elizabeth (Thuet) Miller (A) John Mitchell III Steven Mitchler Cathy (Lockhart) Mueller James Muir Nannette Irene (Bert) Musgrave Lawrence Newquist Glenn Noe Jr. David Leon Oswald Sheila (McDonnell) Owen Donald Palaski (A) Christakis Pantelides N. Ramachandran Jayant Ramakrishnan (A) Gudur Rajeswar Rao Stephen Reilly Paul Whitney Reiman (A) Kevin John Reinhard Terence Riley Thomas Lloyd Riney Wayne Rostek Rodney Dean Rowe Carl Sauer Thomas Schaefer Kevin Schoolcraft Michael Alan Seidel Benjamin Settle Jr. Polly Sue (Scott) Showalter r Sherrill Smith Joan Marie Snider Michael Spirz Steven Steele Thomas Lloyd Stehn James Stelzer David James Stephens Michael Ian Tatkow Alan Wikey Tavenner Jack Preston Taylor (A) Mark Tettambel Lynn Dee (Paar) Thomas Gregory Tolcou Jeff Alan Vaughn Sharon Jean (Nevels) Vaughn Scott Lee Volner Cynthia Marie Walck Gregg Alan Walker Darren Lee Washausen (A) Charles Cecil Weida Curtis Westrich Lisa Ann (Stevens) Westrich Gregory Alan Wilhelm

Tom Walter Williams Paul Wojciechowski Robert Ziervogel David Edward Zink

Class of 1984

$25,000 to $49,999 David Wayne Gardner

$10,000 to $24,999 Darlene (Meloy) Ramsay r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Chris McReynolds William Thomas Rericha Lisa Diane (Jones) Sombart

$500 to $999 Laurie Behm Andrew George Cole (A) Madison Daily r Thomas Joseph Dalton (A) Charles Derbak Keith William Lueck Jon Paul Mittler Jeffrey Phillips John Remmers r (A)

$250 to $499 Becky (Messenbrink) Akers (A) Joan Marie (Maruska) Arthur (A) David Scott Bardsley (A) Katryn (Davidson) Barefield (A) Alan Michael Brannan Cindy Jean (Determan) Burton (A) Clinton Rex Campbell (A) Gregory Easson Carl Engemann William David Evans (A) Robert Joseph Goetz John Michael Kinsey (A) Clay Eugene Melugin Mary Ellen (Herre) Plese Michael Lee Powell Teddy Paul Roberts Loretta Ellen Scheibal James Lee Schoen Timothy Schoenecker (A) John Schuermeyer David Skouby (A) Kathleen (Buhr) Strubberg James Edward Studer

$100 to $249 Smaeil Aceil Terry Adams Ricky Lee Allison Richard Altheide Michael Paul Alwardt Bruce Augustine

Gail Anne (Halsey) Babson (A) Heraleen (Sprenger) Bowers (A) Steven Robert Bowser Edward Bradley Jr. (A) James Cecil Bullard Karl Eric Burgher M Stephen Carroll Michael Collins Katherine Jane (Wertis) Coonan Robert Wayne Currie John Timothy DeRuntz Edwin Diekemper Elizabeth Anne Dolan (A) Ramsey El-Fakir John Robert Flint Keith Freiberger Stephen Gaydos Jeffery Germer Ann Louise (Brandel) Griese Mark Gregory Harward (A) David Heiligenstein (A) Marcia (Robinson) Helveston Kurt Hildebrandt (A) Steven Robert Homoky Mark Jelinske (A) Larry Gene Kohrmann (A) Paul Langenfeld Banh Van Le Terry Clayton Leeds Suzanna Maupin Long Jon Hamil Luer (A) Katherine (Von Rump) Lutgen (A) Richard Martinez Timothy McAuliffe (A) Gene Ray Meyer Steven Paul Morlock Timothy Muehlfarth Timothy O’Sullivan (A) James Herbert Ohlms Jerre Parker (A) Cynthia Pavelka Joseph Pericich (A) Thomas Pritchett David Merritt Purol (A) Donna (Eberhardt) Rapisardo Donald Reago Jr. Frank Earl Relja Philip Peter Reunert Ralph Ross Roesler Angela (Beechner) Rolufs Philip Scandura Jr. Tim Schaeffer Dale Gerard Schwent (A) Sheila (Courtway) Seck Rajiv Shah Doron Shapiro (A) Susan Marie Simmons Michael Larry Smith William Smith James Stratton

Richard Tucker (A) Stephen Mark Uihlein Richard Kurt Wagner James Robert Whaley Karen Christine (Penney) White Raymond Williams (A) Amy Kathleen (Hackler) Wilson Charles Woodbury

Less than $100 Wendy (Young) Adrian David Michael Baer Raymond Bailey William James Baker Mark Beardsley Larry Thomas Birkner Marjorie (White) Bohler David Reece Bowling Ann Maxine (Carter) Brand Martin Paul Buncher William Buscher Pao-Lin Chang Scott Allen Christian Lynn Anne (Powell) Crane Donald Patrick Crosby Diane Crouch Harold James Crouch Jr. Karl Daubel Jr. Ronald Wayne Davidson Steven Alan Davies Louis Decker Kimberly (Dowd) Dominic Robert Conrad Dopher (A) Michael Dean Duello Clifton Delane Dunn Daniel George Engler James Eveker Frank Falleri Jr. (A) Mary Ann (Moses) Farley John William Finke (A) David Thomas Fischer Kevin Gerard Fogarty Scott Donald Gahring Cheryl Lynne (Wilson) Gardner Karla Goetting Carl Evan Goetz David Goldammer (A) Julie Ann (Compton) Guenther David William Guyan Mary (Shore) Hagerty Christopher Hamon Gary Alan Hart Paula Elaine (Kovarik) Herries Robert Gerard Heumann Cynthia (Scheiter) Hileman Donald Hooper (A) Sheryl (Dillingham) Hull Edward Ieans Douglas Jackson James Kendall Kian Hoat Khoe (A)

Debra Lynn (Reeves) Kimes Steven Day Kimes John Klorer Phillip Koehr Douglas Leo Kuchem Paul Douglas Long Michael Eugene Luke Steven Jerome Malecek Sara Marchello (A) Anthony Mascalco Jr. Andrew Maynard Rhonda Louise McKee Jeffrey McKeown Nancy Lyn (Copeland) Meier (A) Susanne Marie (Voda) Metzler Brett Andrew Miller Ronald Alan Miller David Grant Millman Nelson Minter (A) Deborah Gay Mitchell Thomas Mitchell Douglas Dale Moehle Carleen Lamae (Reece) Monroe John Richard Moser Amy Lynn (Long) Nagawiecki Gregory Edwin Nagawiecki Lee Nelson Edwin O’Neil Teri Lynn Oster Gary Glen Pace Alan Parrett Kurt Pfitzinger Lisa Ann (Hall) Pfitzinger David Brian Popejoy Gary Paul Rogles Loree (Gahen) Rowe John Phillip Scheibel Gerald Schlueter Karol (Krumrey) Schrems Brian Paul Sebelski David Clyde Sharp Robin Leah Shepard Erica Marlene Skouby Lori (King) Smith Michael Steckel Roger Steinbrueck Scott Dwayne Sumner Craig William Thomas (A) Daniel Tran Susan (Owen) Tryon Deborah Miles Tung Joy Vanhorn William Walker III (A) Mark Webb Todd Welz Margaret Linn (Buhl) Williams (A) John Wilmes Jr.

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Class of 1985

$10,000 to $24,999 Diane Margaret Butrus r (A) Cynthia Tang r (A) M

$5,000 to $9,999 John Andrew Komlos r Kent Lynn r

$2,500 to $4,999 Jorge Ochoa r (A) Sally Prakash r

$1,000 to $2,499 Omar Ivan Aguilar Andrew Anthony Bales Lisa Marie (Sum) Bonnot r Matthew Bujewski Thomas Edward Cook Jon Timothy Davis (A) James William Espy r (A) Paul Fleischut r Robert Kirk Randolph (A) Anthony Stevens

$500 to $999 John Brown Sheila (O’Brien) Demand Edward Madenjian Catherine Ann McCain r (A) Jeffrey Murphy (A) Robert Rosser (A) Gregory Skannal Janet Louise Wickey-Spence r (A) Randall Alan Wood

$250 to $499 John Francis Bade (A) Judy Kay (Elliott) Bevans (A) Stanley Wayne Bevans (A) Greg Bolon John Michael Burgess (A) Peter Michael Burton (A) Christopher Cragg (A) Michael Cunningham Jerry Daues (A) Michael John Frayne Kevin Ray Fritzmeyer Jeng-Fuh Ger Matthew Grieshaber (A) Kevin Robert Hensley (A) Jane Lynn Hughes (A) John Jabusch (A) William Kovacich Thomas Edward Krolak William Lashley (A) Paul Luckcuck (A) Andrew Maly Michael Ralph Mayer Amy Lynn Noelker (A) John Robinson (A) Korene Robinson (A) Heidi Leigh Rutz Jeffrey Allen Sacre

* deceased

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Donors listed by class year Christopher Schaefer Mark Warner Douglas Wilkerson

$100 to $249 Hany Abdel-Malek Phyllis (Sage) Altheide (A) Kenneth Altnether Phillip Anderson Jr. Ancell Mark Atkins Fred Keith Baganoff Mike Bench James Bowen Bryan Everett Bowers (A) Christine (Kartman) Brandon Steve Brandon Daniel David Carmody (A) Wai Yin Chan Jeff Chou (A) Kuangfu David Chu (A) James Pat Clossick (A) Jan Conci Michael Dell’Orco Luke Raymond Dohmen John Gerard Droste Travis Loyal Durand David Anthony Elsenrath Andrew Charles Espenschied David Charles Grewe (A) Wayne Hanley Edward Steven Harris Steven Andrew Hauk Barbara Joan (Swanson) Haushalter Donna (Ruether) Hellebusch Robert Herzog Martha (Nussbaum) Hildebrandt (A) Claire (Juergens) Homoky Joyce Susan (Weinhold) Hume Kenneth Kietzer Stephen Knobbe Moutaz Mohammad Saleh Kotob Yeou-Heng Kuang Robert Ray Lankston Valerie (Butler) Latimer Kirk William Lawson Mark Alan Layne Brad Alan Lee Paul Matthews Craig Maurice Helen Marie (Heumann) McCormack (A) Michael McEnery Carolyn Louise (Beermann) Merritt Clay Edgar Merritt Pamela Jo (Frazier) Middleton (A) Steven Kei Mitori (A) Casey Dunn Moloney (A) Arthur Thomas Morton (A) Paul Mueller Rebecca Jean (Glauz) Mulcahy

James Michael Murphy Susan (Oberdick) Myers Nancy Jayne (Elfrank) Nethington Charlie Niet Matthew O’Keefe Kurt Benton Oakes Randall David Olmstead Sheila Olmstead Carol Jean (Davidson) Osborne David Wade Osborne Gregory Tarr Peacock (A) Jeffrey Peterson James Pyatt Alan Kenneth Renner Donald Edward Rickard Jr. Daniel Smith Todd Walker Smith (A) Anne Marie (Oetting) Spence Tracy Jo Thomas (A) Anne Werner Scott Ray White David Ziegler

Less than $100 Douglas Lee Abeln Christa (DeGonia) Andrew Paul William Angel Bo Henrik Arve Sandra Jean (Strouse) Baker Joe Dean Baxter Thomas Bergmann (A) Bradley Borcherding Richard Bothmann Bruce Alan Boyd Steven Mark Bretzke Virginia (Fochtmann) Bretzke Venetta (Maytubby) Bridges (A) Christopher Bruhn Gary Lee Burgess Tracye (Denton) Butler Charles Colbert Randal Scott Curtis Fredrick Brett Denny Darrell Derryberry Tracie (Keller) Donaldson Laurie Ann (Voss) Drewes Mark Kenneth Drewes Jeffrey Dubbert Daniel Dudley H. Gene Eagle David Endorf Marc Eshelman Judith Agnes (Redel) Fagan Curt Fahnestock Larry Eugene Farrar (A) Deirk Alan Feiner Maria (DeCastro) Feiner Kenneth Goeddel William Goeddel Jr. Michael Joseph Grant James Michael Guffey Molly Cassidy (Byrne) Hackett Charles Haggans John Hampton (A)

Stephen Hargis (A) Paul Scott Harman Warren Ray Hibbard Jeffrey Allen Hiller (A) Sharri Lynn (Riggs) Hiller (A) Lisa Anne (Engert) Howe Matthew Jeffries Kenneth Brian Jones Scott William Klamm Thomas Kopinski Dietrich Kuhlmann Emerentiana (Sianawati) Kulvaranon Suvit Kulvaranon Gary Joseph Lee Gary Michael Lincks John Lindsay (A) Robert Kenneth Lynn Jr. Louis Matustik Timothy McCown Scott McLemore Aaron Wade Miller (A) Everett Miller John Thomas Modlin Terri Lyn (Hunter) Nealon Lori Ann (Reeves) Nebeker Susan Marie (Breeden) Nickols James Kevin Niemira Sherry Kay (Allemann) O’Neil Ann Tucker (Windsor) O’Reilly Michael Patton David Edward Prater Mark Alan Prude Norman Pumphrey Jr. Mary Colleen (McGee) Randall Stephen Alexander Raper Robert Craig Rapp Todd Joseph Reidt Kevin Leroy Riechers Suzanne Marie (Cooper) Riney James Neil Ritchey Daniel Schwartz Allan See Bernard Matthe Sharkey Dale Alan Shelton Mark Edmond Shelton Kevin Howard Shepard Phillip Harel Shimp Steven Lee Smith Vince Edward Smith John Joseph Stansfield Julie Deles Stansfield David Gene Stephan Scott Dee Stephens Patrick Stumpf James Telthorst (A) Alan Lee Thomas John Thompson Anthony Tompras Sherry Turner Christopher Umstead James Edward Vandas Mark Robert Warnecke Jeffrey Gene Weatherford Gary Douglas White

Gary John White (A) Lindle Douglas Willnow Barbara Susan (Wernert) Wilmes Curtis Dean Wiseman (A) Steven Witthaus Debbie Ann (Mason) Wuthnow Yun Yang (A) Theresa Ann (Ney) Ziegelmeyer

Class of 1986 $5,000 to $9,999 Linda Marie (Capone) Komlos r

$1,000 to $2,499 Jane Maria (Bokermann) Aselage Cecilia (Gutierrez) Elmore r Curt Elmore r Steven Frey Jr. r

Joseph Grosko Ronald William Jagels (A) Bruce Dean Savage Kevin Wayne Schneider

$500 to $999 Frederick Mark Booth Brian Keith Bradley (A) Henry Bredenkamp Jr. (A) Leo George Dehner Jr. (A) Ronald Paul Demand Natalae Chalai (Postma) Tillman (A)

$250 to $499 James Daniel Arthur (A) David Orlan Barnes (A) David Gerard Barrett Daniel Joseph Beck Mary Besterfield-Sacre Karen Lynn (Koester) Bohaty (A) Sara Jane (Matthews) Campbell (A)

Bonnie Daily Theodore Eicks Kent Richard Erickson Scott Alan Finke Darla Spencer Gavin Timothy Dale Jones (A) Bruce Pike James Gerard Reinhardt Mary Jane (Paganini) Reinhardt John Francis Szentes Jr. Patrick Joseph Wagner

$100 to $249 Pamela Ann (Savala) Altice Richard Altice Bruce Evan Anderson James David Aslakson Jimmie Dwane Bales Jr. (A) James Robert Buff (A) Diane Marie Caldwell Sharon Chilton Lawrence James Clark Lori Lynne (Haymes) Clark

The newly bronzed statue of St. Patrick, the patron saint of engineers, now stands on the north side of Toomey Hall facing Curtis Laws Wilson Library. The statue, presented by the St. Pat’s Board of 1970-71 and bronzed by the St. Pat’s Committee classes of 2008 and 2009, was unveiled during the 101st Annual St. Pat’s Celebration to kick off another century of St. Pat’s celebrations in Rolla.

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Gary Wayne Copeland Mary (Scott) Craig Kimberly Diane (Sackett) Curry William Dibert Douglas Dillard David Robert Erger Curtis David Eshelman Douglas Howard Farrar Vicky Leigh (Joslin) Farrar James Elmer Fiscus Leonard Frantz (A) Eric Douglas Gill Scott Alan Glaeser (A) Thomas Gerard Grosko Mark Frederick Haushalter Dan Walter Hawley Lloyd Heinze (A) Michael Herleth John Eric Hoehn Jonna Lou (Cole) Horn John Allen Hume Christopher Johnson (A) Robert Dean Jordan (A) Kevin Carr Kasten Phillip Gene Kaufmann Kelly Ann (Stewart) Kennedy (A) David Patrick Kilp (A) Erika Gabriella Kisvarsanyi David John Kleikamp Charles Klump Liesa (Feldhaus) Klump Andrew Knudsen Craig Michael Koenig (A) Andrew James Kopff (A) Alan William Lee Catherine Linsin James Andrew Lutton Susan Emily (Pyron) Miller (A) Scott Daniel Moffitt Kathleen Carey (Duckett) Moldthan Michael Vernon Molz (A) Timothy Gerard Myers Jeff Neumann Kishan Padakannaya Sandra Lynn (Nugent) Palisch Terrence Palisch Paul Michael Pericich Thomas John Placht Daniel Robert Pleis Edward Rehak John Rowe Kathleen Rupert-Wayne Ann (Dwyer) Sanders Michael Savage (A) Mitchell Scherzinger Lisa Kaye Schipper David Schledorn Donald Schnell Martin Siebert (A) Keith David Simon William Daniel Smith

David William Snodgrass Jonathan Blake Staley Joseph Raymond Tauser Jerry Truitt Douglas Walker (A) David Matthew Walling Steven Allan Wendland Martin Larry West Suzan (Siy) Wiemers Daniel Matthew Wilbers (A) Joseph Paul Wilson Ken Stuart Yelton Vincent Paul Zagarri (A)

Less than $100 Kevin Patrick Ankenbrand Donna Sue (Cambre) Arve Christopher Austin (A) Bryan Babcock (A) Jeffrey Alan Baker Douglas Eugene Barnes Steven Xaver Bauer Mark Andrew Bergjans (A) Charles Bernhard Randall Carl Bilbrey Christopher Bolick Laura Leone (Campbell) Bond John Charles Borthwick r (A) Charles Bowman Lynn (Murray) Bowman (A) Joel Addison Brand Redus Darryl Burks Kevin Lowell Callan Scott Dewey Carney Michael Carson Kenneth Clarkson Lorne Joseph Covington Suzanne Renee (Black) Cunningham William Dalton Jeffrey Davies Mark Dierkes Michael Joseph Distler Herbert Joseph Ehrhard Frederick Fangmann Suzanne Denise (Hale) Gentry Curtis Dale Gibson Monica Maria (Villavicencio) Goeddel Patrick Joseph Gripka Michael John Haas Brian Hackett Charles Hart Diane Marie (O’Brien) Heckemeyer John Hegger Michael Gerard Hinkamp Kevin Scott Howe Theodore Huff Greg Louis Husmann Teresa Kay (Dvorsky) Johnson David Edward Jones

Jay Kurtis Klahs (A) Bruce Alan Knudtson David Edwin Koch (A) Eric William Koenig Scott Kolkmeyer Robert Paul Langan Alan Lewis Joan Marie Livaudais Stephen Joseph Lorenz Robert Lewis Lorey Ronald Scott Marlin Bennie Martin (A) William Edward Masek Candice Anne McGhee Kimberly (Keiser) McLemore Stephen Joseph Meyer Eric Randal Miller Pamela Ann Miller Brian Mitchell (A) Stanley Frank Novak Gregory John Orler Roger Wayne Owensby Ann Marie (Groner) Phelps Diane (Botonis) Pickler Warren Bradley Pierce Joseph Gerard Pisoni Stacey Ann (Stover) Polton John Dwight Powell Marleen (Matlock) Prater William Priesmeyer Frank Eric Pugh Jr. David Leadore Randall James Louis Ressler (A) Scott Douglas Ross David Salyers (A) David Bernard Sauer (A) Michael Schath (A) Paul Andrew Schmidt Forrest Todd Thomas Mark Daniel Varwig Marvin Dale Walden (A) Paul Whiting Wallace Timothy Mark Ward (A) Terri Ann Wells Peggy Wieberg Janice (Wilkerson) Zang Kathryn Ann (Wittler) Zeigler Charles Zoss (A)

Class of 1987 $1,000 to $2,499

Angela Renae (Blake) Banks r (A) Brian Keith Donley Anthony Thomas Kaczmarek (A) F. Frederick Kielhorn r

$500 to $999 Catherine (Duncan) Backer (A) Denis Andrew Backer (A) Douglas Duchardt

Janice Faye (Schaeperkoetter) Fisher (A) James Ronald Hutchcraft (A) Kenneth Kazumi Koshi Zelma Jean (Bennett) Kostyshak Marcus Edward Merideth (A) Jon Carl Schneider r (A) Steven Robert Sieckhaus Adam Rip Stringer (A) Kurt Unnerstall (A)

$250 to $499 James Douglas Gavin David Jack Lown (A) Stephen Saliga Andre Trevor Spears (A) Vijay Srinivasan Timothy Topper Taylor Kenneth Brian Wilson (A)

$100 to $249 Thomas Joseph Abkemeier Steve Arnold John Henry Backs (A) Thomas Lynn Beebe Gayle Marie Behr (A) Daniel John Bock Sarah Ruth (Reeves) Bock Gregory Robert Bram John Thomas Bredenkamp Kurtis Matthew Bruhn Laura (Oehlert) Clegg (A) Richard Lewis Clegg (A) Phil Crouse (A) Cheryl Ann (Caudle) Crow (A) Timothy Ross Crow (A) Bryan Dicus Laura Jolene Dunlap (A) Bruce Anthony Dziedzic Carolyn (McCowan) Eshelman Aaron Todd Freese Karen Giovanoni Jeremiah Golston (A) Joey Thomas Gordon Robert Bruce Green Arnold Paul Harness (A) James Raymond Hennessey Lynn Marie (Wegener) Herman Gordon William Herron Robert Ray Holmes Jr. Richard Horn Douglas Scott Imrie Ifiok Edet Ituen Kevin John Jacobsmeyer John Clay Kerley Gregory Scott Kinn Paul Stephen Korinko James Cletus Kreher Dennis Michael Larose Frederick Karl Lenhart

Deryl Lill (A) Karen Linser (A) John Dell Long (A) Eric Mast David Stuart Meyer Roberta Ellen (Brown) Morgan Stuart Daniel O’Kraski Jason Ovanic Rhonda Loreen (Yersak) Pautler (A) Timothy Pemberton (A) Yvonne Suzanne (Paris) Prevallet Gregory Alan Pritchett (A) Martin Rodseth (A) Robert Douglas Savage Ronald Wayne Schmidt John David Skiffington Brian Lynn Smith Jeffery Joel Smith John Lester Tappmeyer (A) Robert Taylor Michael Trimble Linda Marie (Reed) Tutko (A) Steven Francis Wasleski Thomas Paul Wilshusen Mark Wuttig

Less than $100 Chad Allen Angelo (A) Andrew Gerard Appelbaum (A) Kelly Bailo Steven Miro Bailo Patrick Alan Barrett Roger Earl Biggs (A) Thomas Gerard Block Ann Leslie (Winston) Boes Gregory John Boes Thomas Harry Briggs Charles Wayne Bruno Thomas Joseph Byers Bruce Nelson Cain Cynthia (Koller) Chapman David Michael Chervek (A) Mark Steven Childers Cathy Janeen Corley David Lee Craft Jr. Laura Helen (Villavicencio) Denney Catherine Mary (Driver) Distler Jennifer Leigh (Diller) Duffy Stephen Dulle Nicholas John Eckelkamp Roger Keith Foehrweiser Janet Sue Fraley John Robert Frerking Robert Charles Fritz (A) Joann (Connors) Galakatos Randal Lee Hanning Jeffrey Lawrence Harpring James David Hart Ali Hashimi

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Vicki Jo (Ray) Hawkins Kaylynn Sue Johnston (A) Rana Elaine Jones Charlene Kearney Paul Kevin Kendzior Annette Marie (Schneider) Kiehne Douglas Arthur Kiehne Frank John Lahm III Michael Craig Long Paul Luik Elgin Manalang Robert Paul McDaniel (A) Kim Ann (Ie) Mengel (A) Brian Jaye Mills Robert Edward Moehlenkamp Michael Dean Napier (A) James Charles Pisoni Daniel Joseph Plomb Kevin Lane Pontius Jennifer Ann (Lammers) Reini Sally (Robbins) Robinson John Stephen Rustige Angela Jeanne (McEntire) Sabo Catherine Sales Bradley Wayne Sexton Bruce Peter Sisko Thomas William Smith Brenda Kay Stokes Michael Duane Stokes Michele Renee (Meyer) Tate (A) Mark Leo Thibodeau Mary Ellen (Marshall) Thomas Joaquin Alindogan Tormo Thomas Martin Turley Todd Eric VanHoogstrate Todd Gladden Wagner Linda Ruth (Carr) Wells Rachel Lynn (Houser) Wilhelm Joseph Patrick Winkelmann Jr. Susan Marie (Pericich) Wiseman (A) Debra Sue Wood John Martin Woytus Laura Ann (May) Young

Class of 1988 $5,000 to $9,999 Darrin Lee Talley (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Leisa (Bowling) Stevens Linda Kay (Moore) Wright r (A)

* deceased

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$500 to $999 Michael Joseph Gross (A) Kelly (Barnicle) Hutchcraft (A) James Lahm James Patrick McGrath David Bryan Porter (A) Roger David Poythress William Edward Veerkamp

$250 to $499 Julie Lynn (Board) Brunner (A) Lori (Stapp) Crocker (A) Lisa Suzanne (Knittel) Douglas Bradford Kline (A) Deborah (Sauer) Larsen Paul John-Thurman Morris Stephen Renald Perillo Mary Thi Tran (A) James Vasher (A)

$100 to $249 Bradley Thomas Amberger (A) Joseph Boland Michael Bonnell Robert Dale Borchelt Craig William Borgmeyer (A) Brenda Sue Brugger (A) Rebecca (Gittemeier) Cato-Johnston Tracy Lynne Cruts (A) John Dalton (A) Jeffrey Ward Douthitt r Lyle David Evans Darin James Everett Phillip Dean Ferguson Michael Charles Fisher Bradley Alden Fulton (A) Steven Jeffrey Goodell Deborah Ann (Romberg) Haller (A) Steven Lee Haller (A) Jeffrey Scott Hargrove (A) Iver Jay Jacobson Julie Louise (Wilcox) Jacobson Christopher Kincaid (A) Colby Evan Kinser Lori Lyn (Mason) Lee Mark Robert Leighton (A) Patricia Lee (Brake) Lemongelli Larry Joseph Linsin Kevin Wade Low Otto Jason Lynch (A) Kevin Lee Marrs (A) Fredric McClintic William McCormick III (A) Richard Keith Milner (A) Mark Moellenhoff George Moellering Eric Glen Moss Rainer Peter Mueller Galen Oellig Hal Stover Padgett

Kerstien Andrea (Prohaska) Padgett John Bradsher Pautler (A) Steven Mark Penberthy (A) Craig Steven Prevallet Joseph Rathert William Earl Rich (A) Mark Robert Sandfort John Albert Scheer Curtis Michael Schroeder Edward Anthony Shepard Jr. Cordell Edmunds Smith Jason Wade Smith (A) James Dale Steibel John Sweaney Craig Anthony Thomas Jerry Tien Patrick Joseph Toby Robert Vincent Tokar Jr. Randall Lee Vogel Melissa Susan Warfield (A) John Gregory Wesling Matthew Westerheide Paul Gerard Winkelmann

Less than $100 Stephen Franci Bader Kevin Ray Barnes Kelly Marie (Hennessey) Beckerle Frederick John Boland Richard Thomas Bradley (A) Dennis Lee Brinkley (A) Virginia (Heikkinen) Callahan William Isaac Catron Rachelle Dawn (Middleton) Cornelius Robert Dea Dobson (A) Daniel Michael Doerer Steven Edward Ederle Steven Wayne Engelbrecht Mikael Robert Fredholm Faith Ann (Sagman) Frost Michael Dean Frost Kevin Fuller Richard Alan Galbraith James Garrette Timothy Lee Giddens Alice Joan Gourley Jeffrey Grandcolas Samuel Grunbaum (A) Kathleen (Burch) Hagen Kevin Brian Hayes Rebecca Ann (Brinkley) Hegger Mark Edward Henke Paul Vincent Hopkins Teresa Stover Howard Timothy Scott Hudwalker Brian Michael Kelly John Matthew Kelly Timothy Jude Kempf Rickey Joe Kennedy Robert John Kloepple (A) Kurt Koelling Alexander Kott III Jude Anthony Kroutil Lisa Carol (Mueller) Kroutil Lawrence David Krull

John Joseph LeaRussa Don Lininger Spencer Otto Luke Diane Kay Marchlewski Jack Brian Marchlewski Edmund John Mayer Merwan Burjor Mehta Kevin Michael Messmer Rick Milton Murray Andrew Evan Newell Daniel Carl Nix Joseph O’Brien James Lewis Paunicka Grant Rorie Phillips Eileen Helen (Krieg) Rackers Gregory Rice (A) Randy Owen Roark Eric Randall Schlauch George William Schuman II Thomas Dreher Sieckhaus Michael Craig Spencer Gregory Sutton Brian Douglas Tate (A) Johnna Sue (Schultz) Van Keuren Joyce Leigh (Replogle) Wagner Zu-En Wang Alan Richard Webber Christopher Whitlock Gary Edward Williams (A) Kimberly Ann Winkeler Sherree Lee (Gaskins) Yeoman

Dale Emerson Ray Linda Marie (Fitzgerald) Saliga Charles Thomas Wolfe

$100 to $249 Katherine Mary Adrales Luis Rolda Adrales Jr. Stephen Kinsella Brady Linda Boswell Bramel Edward Gallatin Bryant John Walter Carlson William Thomas Chipley Timothy Andrew Coppinger Kevin Edwards Casimir Eichenseer Daniel Alan Elbert Brian Est Robert Gale Ford Bernard Jesse Frank Paul William Galbraith Patricia (Brangenberg) Hatem (A) Carol (Sellars) Iden

Yu Iriyama (A) Sheri Dawn (Wayman) Kerley Jean Marie Leonard Karl Lewin Joseph Eric Lundeen (A) Michael Lyons Beth Anne (Ryan) McDaniel Ellen Couvillion McLaughlin (A) Richard Allen Meyer Andy Ray Mills (A) David Michael Mirly (A) Michael Garvin Morey Sue Ellen Morris Deborah Rachel Murphey Gregory James Neuner John Newcomer Mark Privett Tracey Anne (Clavenna) Puthoff Vincent Randazzo (A) John Scott Rose Mark Owen Rust

John Francis Scheiding Scott Snoble Terry Lee Stocking Amy Dawn (Volmert) Sullivan Chich-Yao Tang (A) Elizabeth Jane (Huggins) Trimble Bret Joseph Voypick Michael Robert Wehmeyer

Less than $100 Jennifer Louise Bayless Steven Michael Behrend Charles Christopher Blume Lynn Boyd Breeding Stacey Renee (Wells) Byers Timothy Michael Chojnacki Maureen Mary (Flick) Ederle Eugene Erker Matthew Christopher Fritts Christine Dione (Stoverink) Grunbaum (A)

Class of 1989 $2,500 to $4,999

Karen Deborah Squires Foelsch

$1,000 to $2,499 Ronald Rosner r Daniel Keith Wright r (A)

$500 to $999 Richard Jay Hicks Charles Vincent Muerhoff Michael Pappas Alice Ann (Netzer) Simpkins Philip Jay Simpkins Karen Sue (Sedlacek) Veerkamp

$250 to $499 Brent Delbert Arthaud James Randolph Bond Sara Jeanette (Vavra) Bond John Micheal Buttenob (A) Sharon Gates Douthitt r Lisa Renee (Wilcox) Erickson Thomas Flak (A) Lawrence George r (A) X Marcia Sue Gower Joseph Baxter Heggie Lemuel Ray Myers Jr. Linda Myers

Missouri S&T ranks among the top five Midwestern universities in terms of starting salaries, with students earning an average of $57,300 straight out of college, according to PayScale Inc.’s 2009 rankings. Last year, 96 percent of S&T graduates reported they secured a job in their field or were attending graduate school within three months of graduation.

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Stephen Dennis Hagen Gregory Bryan Hanlin James Donald Haring Jennifer Lynn Hinson (A) Joseph Linus Hoffmeister Richard Aaron Houtz Jeffrey Kent Hoyt Tamara Kay (Neudecker) Husman (A) Jeffrey Charles Jaquess Andrew Patrick Jones Karl Lynn Kennett Charles David Kirby (A) George Everett Kouba Barbara Ann (Reilly) Langan James Alan Lawson David Roche Martin Timothy John Mauntel Gregory Allen Mettlach Gregry Charles Miller John Patrick Mitchell Terry Ann (Tillison) Newquist Dan Nobbe (A) Gregory O’Brien Ernest Charles Parrish Elisabeth (Larson) Phillips Keith Gerard Rackers (A) Scott Allan Rakers Jean Ratterman (A) Kristin Renee (Snyder) Ridenour (A) Laura Ann (Neels) Sakach Christopher Scholten Charles Lynn Sebourn Todd Sittig Daniel Jarrard Szatkowski (A) Jeannine (Dubuque) Szatkowski (A) George Tadda Bruce Carlton Townes Raymond Matthew Webb John William Zimmermann

Class of 1990 $2,500 to $4,999 Danton Paulson r (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Michael Christopher Fox David Tepen (A) Breck Ray Washam (A)

$500 to $999 Gerald Mason Elphingstone Jr. (A) Barbara Ann (Clark) Pappas Robert Leroy Phillips Stanley Schultz

$250 to $499

Less than $100

Catherine Ann Alofs (A) Dennis Lee Bell Denise Carol Brandt (A) Daniel Gerard Herzberg (A) Daniel Edmond Jackson Katherine Ann (Stone) Phillips Bret Allen Riegel (A) Eric Wilkins (A)

Lisa Joan (Beardslee) Balmer (A) Elizabeth Baumbach (A) Timothy Gerard Beckerle Lucy Ann Bell Christopher Noel Boone (A) Michael Timothy Buechter James Albert Burger Christopher Canon Bobby Cartmill Chad Douglas Colvin Laura Lynne (Schweikhardt) Compton Thomas Shearer Duncan III Christopher Dyer Michael Francis Ellis Jr. James Donald Feher Sandra Feher William Chris Frayser Rebecca Marie (Martin) Frisbee Stanley Frisbee Ann Louise (Yocum) Galbraith Christopher Alan Grose Nancy Kay (Meyer) Harster Daniel Ray Hauschel Lynne Patricia (Hackman) Haynes Yiyong He Robert Thomas Hickman Allan David Johnston Mike Steven Jones (A) William Brittain Kennedy Kevin Shawn Kohm Craig James Korte John Patrick Lammers Paul Frederick Lampe Christopher Allen Layton Marylou Wade Legsdin r Paul Michael Lindemuth Lisa Chon (Golden) Lindesmith (A) Stanley Benson Lindesmith (A) Gregory Richard Maes (A) Steven Douglas Medley Scott Raymond Miller Robert David Moeller Brian Joseph Nenninger Jack Oakes David Bruce Platt (A) Martin Dexter Poole Kenneth Rigsby Lisa Ann Riley Schonda (Briggs) Rodriguez Amy Diane (Horst) Ruggeri James Curtis Rutherford Scott Anthony Sallberg James Clifford Sanders Scott Joseph Schmid Sarah Elinor Schroder John Spencer Timothy Alan Stelljes (A)

$100 to $249 Craig Alan Bailey r Cynthia (Gereau) Bailey r Michael Robert Becher Brent John Bjerken Jeffery Howard Bowman (A) Benjamin Page Bridges (A) Raymond Joseph Cologna Steven Lyman Cook (A) Jane Marie (Ewers) Coppinger David Lee Cowell Timothy James Dickinson (A) Angelia Suzanne (Honse) Dunlap (A) Suzanna Jo Edwards Stuart Gardner Susan Lynn (Evanson) Gardner Gary Joseph Hatfield Jeffrey Scott Hawk Russell Henry Henke Violet Jean Hofer (A) Walter Brooks Hooper Matthew John Hunn John Joseph Janchar Jana Sue (Gabel) Jansson Travis Johnson Matthew David Johnston Donald Kerns Barry Dwane Kindsfather (A) Steven William Koop Ralph Joseph Lemongelli III Susan Marie (Lowe) Lowe-Libiez Evelyn Elizabeth (Sweet) Martin Richard Tracy Moon Cynthia June (Black) Moses Tracy Suzanne Perkins Rajiva Prakash (A) Peggy Ann (Waeltermann) Pritchett (A) Jennifer Shylanski Michele Renee Smith Timothy Dale Swinfard Thomas Louis Tokos Jr. Kimberly Anne (Sweeney) Voypick Deanna Lynn Warner John Charles Williams Charles Michael Witherspoon

Gary Dale Kercher Todd William Lewis (A) David Lewis Manka Bonnie Mathis David Robert Medrow William Vernon Meyer Brian Lewis Neary (A) Robert Niedergerke (A) James Preston Peterson II John David Pulay Victor Rackers Gregory Phillip Sallee Gregory Gerard Schulte Robert George Seals Cheng-Fo Sen Kathryn Sidener Steven Sievert Alice Elaine Smith Britt Elliott Smith David Gerard Tajkowski Paul Gerard Thessen Kelley Ann (Jozwiak) Thomas Victoria Jane (Scammacca) Verdoni (A) John Francis Winkler F. Matthew Woodward David Barnes Wunder Sunila (Lahiri) Young

David Eric Britton (A) Callie Jo (Harmon) Daniels Darren Kammer Sally (Collins) Kammer Roland Ray Kilcher (A) Timothy Francis Kram (A) Mark Steven McColloch Mary Ellen Muldoon (A) Keith St. Gemme Thomas Severin Wolters

Debra Michelle (Faust) Humphrey (A) Ronald Allan Humphrey (A) Jennifer Cordes Jansen Andrew Patrick Johnston David Michael Libiez Paul Han Keong Lim John Wallace Macdonald John McClenning Joseph Marion Moses Christopher Scott Newcombe (A) Thomas John Oberle (A) Nora Anyango Okong’O (A) Christine Elizabeth (Bough) Ovanic Robert Lee Parsons Joel Alan Philliber Wayne Kevin Portwine (A) Mark Thomas Sautman John Thomas Schmidt (A) Donna Karen (Kraus) Smith Richard Edward Stehlin Cynthia Elaine (Farrington) Steibel Christopher Robert Steineman William Thomas Stoltz Dana Lynn (Salzman) Stroup Steven Joseph Strubberg Brian Keith Taber Bradley Len Tate Patrick Tepesch Lori Kay (Ehlmann) Tokar Amy (Pharr) Tokos Lee Alan Tyler Kimberly Kay (Kaeding) Williams Leslie Helayne (Vigna) Witherspoon

$100 to $249

Less than $100

Lachelle Renae (Warbington) Arredondo Curtis Allen Brown Kurtis James Daniels Lynne White Fielding Scott James Harris (A) Gary Rex Highfill Brian Kuchinski Paul Joseph Kusterer Erik Shane Ohare (A) Stephanie Anne (Stroker) Puljak (A) Stephen Rudy Puljak (A) David James Ryden

Jon Erik Strickler Steven Patrick Terneus Paul Michael Tobben Rodney Bruce Viessman Tracy Lynn (Akiyama) Walsh (A) Loren Preston Whetsell Kimberly Hoffmeister Winslow Robert Stephen Woodley Paul Work Roger Allen Younger James Lee Zacny Lara Jule (Thompson) Zacny Susan Lynn (Eischen) Zimmermann

Class of 1991

$25,000 to $49,999 Jeffrey Douglas Smith

$1,000 to $2,499 Kyle Eugene Graves

$500 to $999 Amy Ann Beechner McCarthy Thomas Francis Hughes

$250 to $499

Holly Ann Atkinson Mary (Eise) Becher Elisabeth Jo (Tieber) Bersett Robert Henry Bersett Karla Marie Casper (A) Robert Allen Coker Douglas Todd Cordier Melissa Rose (Benedick) Corkill James Deschenes Terry Joseph Dunlap (A) Gary Wayne Elbert Jane Dorothy (Dey) Elbert Scott Monroe Fletcher Steven Lawrence Fulkerson (A) Dirk Lynn Gowin Jeffrey Allen Harris Martin Charles Hesterberg Timothy Edward Holland Joanne Marie (Kausch) Holmes

Timothy Charles Andrews John Robert Beatty Glenn Steven Brenneke Susan (Bruns) Casleton Matthew Collins John Andrew Conrad Michael Louis Davis (A) James Edward DeVaney Jr. (A) Randall Ray Frank Karen Marie (Botz) Geldert Russell Steven Goring (A) Glen Kenneth Halley Karri Lyn (Hall) Halley Keith Allen Hansen Donald Harker IV John Douglas Hart Robert Hart Eric August Haynes Richard Johannes Huizinga Frederick Husman (A) Jeffrey Brian Keran

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Class of 1992 $1,000 to $2,499

Anna Ruth (Light) Coats r

$500 to $999 Victor Lynn Biega (A) David Paul Fannin X John Goethe Philip Woon Yau Ling

$250 to $499

$100 to $249 Robert Allton Bartelsmeyer Julie Binder Maitra Roy Joseph Brown Devon Lee (Sample) Christensen Grant Allen Christensen Leigh Anne (Clark) Cordier

* deceased

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Donors listed by class year Keith Allen Corzine Steven Exton Eilerman (A) Linda Lee Falkenhain Chad Dale Gerard Michael Edward Grasch Sean Michael Griffin Pamela Ann (Luchun) Hesterberg Danny Lynn Jackson Lynne (Denney) Kinser Peter Robert Laudon Matthew Alan Licklider Kent Jason Lowry (A) Vernon Scott May Matthew Kevin McLaughlin (A) Michael Scott Moats Richard Lee Morris Kay Frances (Schilli) Schmid (A) Mark Stanley Shylanski Michael Dwaine Smith (A) Joanne Christine (Stratman) Steineman Joseph Nicholas Stemler Mark Aaron Stranczek Kelly Dannette (Rogers) Taylor David Philip Theisen (A) Mahesh Kumar Vellanki

Less than $100 Vick Agarwal Damon Lee Allen Jeanne Kay (Jackson) Allen Carol Ann Bennett Lesley Gail (Osick) Bennish Stacy Loren Bergmann William Keith Blanks Edward Allen Casleton Stephen Anthony Cochran (A) Jean Stewart Craft Scott Randall Dixon Russell Wayne Doss Cassandra Lee Engstrom Edward Joseph Feltrop Lisa Marie (Nemecek) Freed Lawrence Gant Jr. Robert James Gaschen Michael Raymond Halbach John Wayne Harty Jr. Elaine Margaret (Yonker) Hauschel Jarrod Hoecker Camille Marie (Still) Houghton Eric Huggins Amy Lorraine (Mason) Hunter Jeff Imhoff (A)

Walter Bernard Jansen Jr. (A) Thomas Francis Kappel Scott Kappelmann (A) George Winsler Karr Steven Gerard Kern Kurt Kreisz (A) Christopher Travis Leach Cassandra (Bryant) Lewis (A) David Jon Lowry John Ludwig Mark Joseph Luedde Luzheng Meng Mark Milligan Charles Allen Misner (A) Subramaniam Narayan Melissa (Bennish) Parker Brian Matthew Pence Kevin Douglas Poat Robert Clark Rogers Allen Sehrt (A) Ronald Bruce Shankland (A) Mandeep Singh (A) Amy Lynn Spencer Timothy Mitchell Spyers Julie Charmaine (Schambach) Stotlemeyer (A) Marc Galen Thomas Matthew Thompson

Matthew Linwood Turley Randall Scott Wakeland Keith Robert Weyenberg (A) Brian Paul Winschel

Class of 1993 $1,000 to $2,499 Richard Brett Frankenberger Steven Bernard Howard r (A)

$500 to $999 Bret Baldwin (A) Regina (Turner) Baldwin (A) Jon Michael Gibbs r (A) Donald Leroy Huff (A) Suzanne Marie (Burrow) Hughes Scott Palmtag r (A)

$250 to $499 Bobby Scott Dye (A) Stephen Richard Nicholson (A) Thomas Rogge Scott William Shylanski Albert Frank Winkeler III Deena Carole (Ballinger) Winkeler

$100 to $249 Tim Joseph Baer Jeffery Dean Birkenmeier Suzanne Margaret (Reeves) Brooks (A) Bryan Christopher Bross Matthew Curtis Buenemann Jeffrey Thomas Butler (A) Fred Tze-Yu Chu (A) Zayna Marie Connor Teresa Marie Dickenson Sandra Jo (Berendzen) Drake Richard John Falkenrath (A) Daniel Brian Flynn LeAnne (Kilby) Garner Stephen Michael Gibbs Andrew Grover (A) Garry Andrew Haase Jonathan Huecker Daron Mitchell Hunt (A) Ersan Ilgar Kelly Lynn Kalmer T. Scott Kelly Mary Ellen Kirgan Gregory George Lea John Lochirco (A) Nicole Renee Mason Susan (Race) McCart Amy Michele (Keith) Moats Charles Lloyd Myers (A)

Shawn Michael O’Donnell Dhiren Kumar Panda Roger Stewart Protzman Hai Qiu Kevin James Reilly (A) Adam Clinton Rider Paul Michael Sakowicz Gary Schaper (A) Janet (Alfermann) Scheier (A) Clint Allen Scott Karunakar Sreerama (A) Tom Harlan Stiegemeier Kenneth Raoul Taylor Clinton Thessen Philip Joseph Wentz

Less than $100 Anthony Cruz Aguilera Lisa Marie (Molner) Anielak Chau-Dung Chang (A) Douglas Dwight Charlton Randall Blayne Creach Gregory Allan Davis Carl William Debrock Kevin Paul Delinger Pamela Marie Duncan Diane Kay (Schwalje) Faulkner (A) Dirk Joseph Frisbee Tracy Joe Fuller

Ways to give Cash (including five-year pledges of cash) 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. A gift of securities having unrealized long-term capital gains is deductible at full market value to 30 percent AGI, with a fiveyear carry-forward. By giving the securities directly, 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 from corporations are “soft-credited” to the individual donors for gift club recognition.

Charitable gift annuities ($10,000 minimum) pay 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 or the Miner Alumni Association upon the death of the annuitant. (Income tax deduction, estate tax savings and capital gains tax savings.) Charitable remainder trusts ($20,000 minimum) pay 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 or beneficiary. (Income tax deduction, estate tax savings and capital gains tax savings.)

Testamentary gifts (bequests through wills) give many donors the greatest opportunity to make a substantial gift to Missouri S&T or the Miner Alumni Association. Charitable lead trusts pay 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.) The information above is not intended as tax and legal advice. For legal advice, please consult an attorney and tax professional. Please call 800-392-4112 or go to http://campaign.mst.edu for more information.

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Scott Arthur Haling Chad Matthew Hamilton Timothy Emil Harster Stephen Berry Haug Gregory Lynn Hempen Steven Douglas Hoernig Heather Marie (Shearer) Ingracia Stephen Allen Ingracia Gary Alan Jacquin Daniel Allan Jones Milind Madhav Khandekar (A) Brian Lee Kincaid John Blayne Kirsch Steve Joseph Kuster Mary Martha (Frank) Lamar Mark Allen Lanigan Timothy Alan Leffelman Laura Jane (Hubert) Maes (A) Gaya Kanishka Marasinghe Robert Rankin McKechnie IV Matthew McQuality Albert Michael Meyers Jennifer Kathleen (Wray) Meyers Anna Marie Moomaw (A) Kurt Paul Muehlher Rachel Elizabeth Neal Jay Roger Paige William Anthony Phillips II Deborah Lynn (Archibald) Rackers Mitchell Lee Rackers David Andrew Renfert (A) Freeman Eric Robinson Debbie Runkle Linda Sands Leslie Ann Sawyer Robert James Schaffer (A) David Vincent Schuehler Eric Seaman Raymond Michael Seggelke Jr. Kimberly Ann Sellards Thomas Richard Sellers Jr. (A) Cristina Serban Sarah Beth (Conyers) Thompson Michael Ronald Trampe Raymond James Vandiver (A) Stephen Wehmeyer John Edward Wulf

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

Jeffrey Cook Brian Nicholas Olsen (A)

$500 to $999 John William Cash Shawn Christopher Craig (A) Brett Patrick Goodman (A) Gary Brian Hubbard Prashant Vemireddy r

$250 to $499 Daniel Arbini Mark Jeffery Barnhart Christel Bemelmans (A) Sandra Beth (Todd) Kusterer Kent Dean Peaslee Lisa Michelle Reeves Karen Elizabeth (Schoor) Rogge Patricia (Ruma) Spence r (A) Steven Edward Weible

$100 to $249 Kevin Leon Alexander Rajiv Ali (A) Michael David Becvar (A) Karla Noel Chaney (A) Jau-An (Pan) Chu (A) Terry Croxford (A) Robert Patrick Dieckhaus Michael Edward Drake Thomas Michael Evers John Austin Glaubius (A) Christine Marie (Peterson) Griffin Douglas James Haas Brian Edward Haggard Thomas Joseph Hasenstab Christopher Scott Huett Edward Thomas Hunn Daniel Scott Krueger Nicole (Ritter) Krueger Peter Gyula Laky Robert John Long III Shonie Christine Maxwell Chad Joseph Means Kenneth Robert Owens Jr. Aswath Rao Kanchitpol Ratanapan Laura Louise (Riegel) Rickman Wade Hampton Schott IV Matthew Mark Seabaugh Shobha Shashikumar Venkatakrishnaiah Shashikumar Amy Louise (Gefferth) Stehlin Keith Alan Steinmetz John Edward Stone Gregory James Teets Eric George Utterson Lena (Tsoulfanidis) Van Asdale Shawn Michael Van Asdale Brian Keith Verman (A)

Sean Walker (A) Liming Wang Te-Wei Wang (A) Brent Allen Ward Brian Jerome Wibbenmeyer

$1,000 to $2,499

Less than $100

$500 to $999

Susan Elizabeth (Jamboretz) Barry Roger Leroy Broman Jr. Donald Ray Brown Krista Lynette Burnett Carrie (Sachs) Camerer (A) Kirk Allen Carson Dawn Alaine Clayton (A) Lawrence Edmund Cook James Nathan Daniels Farida (Mehta) Deeds Stephen Kent Denney Khang Van-Si Duong Gregory Eric Effland Michael Evans Melissa Ann (Kuenzel) Graham John Raymond Guenther Kurt Edward Higgins R. Lee Hill David Paul Johnson Timothy Josten Libby Ann (Perkins) Kindle Jeffrey Donald Kullmann (A) Stephen Michael Lane Rebecca Lynn (Wilson) Lorey Paul Andrew McCormick Andrew Clay McCullough Christopher Douglas Mitchell Christopher Anthony Mueller Michael Scott Rakonick William Lynn Redman Jason Neil Richards Jennifer Jo (Bischel) Richesson Donna Riggs (A) Ian Douglas Rozdilsky (A) Vivek Sudershankumar Sandell Denise Carol (Ratcliff) Schieszer Douglas Fredrick Schieszer Jesse Paul Schmeller Steven Ray Schultz Thomas Winston Scott (A) Christina Louise Sfreddo Shawn Christopher Steen Jason Andrew Stratman Scott Alan Swoboda (A) Shawn William Thompson Leanne Joy Tippett Clifton Joe Toombs Jeffrey James Watrous (A) Man Ho Yu Wei Zhao

Class of 1995

Paul David Hirtz r (A) Michael Holm (A)

Steven Lee Booton Alan Eugene Flagg Dean Scott Ford (A) Maureen Anne Hall X David Wayne Herberger (A) Gary Hines Susan Mills (A)

$250 to $499 William John Anast Rebecca May (Light) Fiechtl (A) Gregory Scott Kremer (A) Jennifer (Mueller) Kuchinski David Allen Ryckman Craig Curtis Tyhurst

$100 to $249 Steven Charles Abraham Scott Wayne Ashwell Tracey Dawn (Davis) Ashwell Kevin Stewart Biggers Sean Kendell Bonney Michael Brenner Terence Michael Burke Mindy Monique (Gardner) Carreras (A) Charles Christian Cook (A) Christina Rose (Duker) Cook (A) George Martin Dover Blu Eric Englehorn Lister Florence (A) Amy Jo (Sauer) Haddock Mark Neil Haddock Robert Lewis Hormell III Carlos Alberto Jaramillo Joshua Bruce Jarvis Justin Michael Juengel David John Lamb Mary Melissa (McMurray) Lochirco (A) Jeffry Donald Lueddecke Daniel Marsh Kenneth Michael Martinez (A) Brent Lewis Massey Travis Steven McGee Thomas Patrick McMahon Michael Stephen Miller Brian Joseph Oligschlaeger Kirk Andrew Peterson (A) Gary Alan Pryor Paul Raj (A) Joel Todd Rickman Steven Earl Russell Amelia (Crenshaw) Sanders (A)

Sandra Kristine (Anderson) Schlortt Jeffrey Paul Schroeder James Lewis Smith Benjamin Edmund Steltenpohl Mary Helen (Hunter) Stoltz Kevin Dennis Sullivan Jennifer Lynn Taylor (A) Robin Anne Wheeler Jing-Shyang Yang Shayne Edmund Yeisley Lori Renee (Wisdom) Young

Charles William Renner Jerome Anthony Riemann Bijaya Shrestha Steven Walter Skikas Craig Allen Sorensen Erica Lee (Easley) Turley Marsha Rana Wayman (A) Wayne Allen Weber Ryan Arden White James Anderson Young Jr.

Less than $100

Robert Sean Bartel (A) Paul Martin Majors r

Ryan Patrick Barr Neil Steven Brady (A) Russell Henry Brooks (A) Kevin Lee Brown Stephanie Anne (Ruehling) Bryan Robin Lynne Collier Brian John Collingham Jill Suzanne (McKenna) Dana John Michael Davis Sarah Evelyn (West) Effland Steven Jerome Frank Jeffrey Clark Fugate (A) Tracy Gach Roy Nelson Garner Craig Michael Haley Kimberly Huonker Haley Lisa Renee Harrison Bruce William Helvey Sean Henry Jason Michael Hughes (A) Pete Jennings Mark Benjamin Joersz Joshua William Kathrinus Sherry Lee King Ari Ilko Kogut Andrew Yongwoo Kwon Shelly Ann (Backues) Lane Valarie Dee Lindner Scott Gregory Link Andrew Ryan Martine Brian James McKee Brenda Louise Miller Christine Marie (Kump) Mitchell Stephen Monaco Leslie Felix Monplaisir Benjamin Lewis Montgomery III Wallace Newcomb Bryan Scott Niehaus (A) Fred William Niemeier Kimberly Ashton O’Keefe Murali Parthasarathy Marco Girolamo Pizzo (A) Richard David Powell Jr. (A) Andrew Michael Pozsgay Matthew Nathan Pritzker Nikith Rai Christopher Michael Reiter

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Class of 1996 $1,000 to $2,499

$500 to $999 David Brian Cadoff Crystal (Tyler) Caruthers Lisa Roberta (Rothley) Delaney Petra Dewitt (A) Benjamin Todd Eldred (A) Melissa Anne (Schahuber) Herberger (A) Jason Edward Holschen Eric Lee Link (A) Peter Angelo Manis (A) James Stanfield Stacy Ann Walker

$250 to $499 Robert Carl Brown James Francis Fiechtl (A) Randall Charles Krause Brian Thomas Kuhn Richard Jude Piepho (A) Christopher James Ward Jonathan Ellis Winter

$100 to $249 Laura Ann (Wilman) Alberswerth Michael Lewis Alberswerth Thomas Allen Alleman (A) Michael Erin Alley (A) Shawn Robert Bogener Kevin Vincent Como Samuel Conzone Donald Wayne Crites Sean Joseph Daly Betsy Marie (Skiles) Dampier Patricia Ann Davis Robert Alan Elick Cassandra Jean (Budde) Eno April Marie Evers Karen Jo Gantt (A) David Goldak Gary Gordon Greene Jr. David Robert Hamilton Dyrk Huffman (A) Sunil Sarupchand Jain Ruijia Liao

* deceased

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Donors listed by class year Robert Eugene Luechtefeld (A) Mark David Massman Julie Elise Maurer Karen Elizabeth McDonald (A) Kirk Alan Meinershagen Christopher George Morlier Rebecca Ann (Chrisfield) Morlier Sherri Dawn (O’Neal) Murrish Mindy Marie (Richardson) Peterson Troy Andrew Peterson Susan Petry Kathryn Masterman Pimmel Shannon Michelle (Lemmel) Pinkerton Timothy Edward Piper Craig Louis Puder Kristi Dawn Puder Joel Rod Quinn (A) Krittikamas Ratanapan Brian Howard Repke Donald Arthur Richards Jr. Mary Elizabeth Rowe Leah Marie (Hofmann) Ruder Eric Lane Schneider (A) Marsha Anne Smith Kristopher Carl Snyder Karsten Mark Sommerhauser Rebecca Lee Steinman Bradley David Suddarth (A) K. Narayana Swamy Monica (Goyal) Tamboli Sandeep Suresh Tamboli Xuewen Tang (A) Sissy Joy Theisen (A) Steven Ray Thiele Darren Alan Thomas (A) Eric Jay Triplett (A) Kenneth Lee Voss Sterling Evans Wainscott Chih-Liang Wang Matthew Ernest Williams (A) Charles Walter Wittmaier

Less than $100 Zouhair Al-Sayed Jonathan Andrews Mark Joseph Baracani Carla Bates Tony Lavelle Blue Heather Anne (Wyman) Boles Jason Lee Boles Andrew Jason Booth Mark Christian Bross Ethan Doss Bryant Jared Roger Buckley Timothy Horne Burnham Sang Thanh Burton Daniel Joseph Carbery III Michael Kevin Casedy

Robert John Catlett Tonya Laurice Cunningham-Wells (A) David Roy Dajc Deborah Kathleen Dicus Natalie Lynn Dixon Jens Michael Erp Michael Francis Fitzgerald Mike Sean Fitzhenry Brian Fortelka Dawn Marie (McCoy) Gerhardt Eric Paul Gerhardt Gary Stuart Graham Yuh-Puu Han Randell Scott Havens Teresa Helen Hebner Karlynn Dee Herman-Sievers Lewis Lee Hickman (A) Lisa Erika (Madison) Hickman (A) Steven Paul Hogan Brian Steven Jacobs Scott Michael King Robert Ray Krewson Steven Rogers Kunze Eric Stephen Landwehr Christy Lynn (Worrell) Lee Darrell Ray Liles Barry Gene Litchfield (A) Brenda Wieseler Litchfield (A) Steven Michael Lusher Havva Malone Richard Lee Marsh Jennifer Lee Marshall (A) Jeffrey Andrew Martin Laurel Ann McKean Candace Denise McNeill Cole Christopher Patrick Mertz Aaron William Metzger John Edward Meyer Matthew Charles Myers Ryan Polka Christopher Allen Rahn Brian David Richardson Carmela Rosario Cobarrubias Santos Michael Guy Scammacca Diane Frances (Lohe) Seals Gregory Alan Shultz Eric Dean Shumate David Robert Sipp Christina Anne Steck Brandi Dawn Stratman Steven Louis Stuckmeyer (A) Joseph George Sueme III Jenifer Rae (Binder) Tatum Daniel Joseph Troesser Maria Diann (Speckhals) Twiehaus Michael Alexander Twiehaus Shane Allen Vandendaele Joseph Todd Vaughn Nick Edward Voris Scott Daniel Wareing

Darryll Joseph Weil II David Wells (A) Renee Lynne (Wolfgeher) Woodley

Class of 1997 $500 to $999

Eric Raymond Achelpohl Amy Suzanne Barnes Jason Leander Brinker Robert Allen Hembrock Melissa Ann (Lane) Ryan

$250 to $499 Diana Alt r (A) Kenneth Bandelier Jason Scott Conway (A) Jeffrey Scott Dingrando Kenneth Thomas Erwin Allyson (Taylor) Hall David William Jett Gary Dean Pennell Christine Marie (Kuenzel) Robinson Patrick Daniel Robinson Brian Lynn Rowden Kelly Katherine (Schmid) Rowden Dale Allan Spence r (A) William Anthony Tedesco (A) Elizabeth Lea (Zink) Ward Scott Weinhold Zeyang Zhou (A)

Troy Anthony Pinkerton Jason Stuart Poor Scott Steven Preston (A) Michael Todd Reimer Kathleen Reynolds Emily Ann (Donaldson) Rueck Lars Kristofer Seme Marites Nunez Shields Andrew Yutaka Shimamoto Jennifer Marie (Gaines) Shimamoto Douglas John Sobery Mark Christopher Wallace Yi Wang (A) Emily Jean Wehmeyer Tara (Kruep) Wentz Lucas Lee White Weiming Zhang

Less than $100 Ramin David Ashrafzadeh Valerie Jean (Osborn) Barr John David Boeckmann

Brian David Booth Alex Duane Bowman Hiroshi Clifford Roue Bowman Amy Bremer (A) Gregory Kirk Bundy (A) Eric Peterson Bunnell Richard Marion Butterfield Jr. (A) Karen Kathleen (Kremer) Carver Johan Coppens Mark David Cowell Sheri Lyn Cowell Raymond Joseph Cozad-Bolte Geoffrey Mark Franks Morag Sheena Fulton Jennifer Anne (Finkel) Garner Jerome Ashley Govero Karen (Flowers) Grahn David C. Hill (A)

Nieccole Marie (Newport) Hilliard Derek Gene Hillstrom Brandi Michelle (Moppins) Hodor Matthew David Houser (A) Ryan Andrew Howell Deborah Jill (Black) Huffman Thomas Morris Huffman Shella Dawn Keilholz (A) Jason Lynn Kindle David Allen Leard David Kurt Liefer Kathleen Marie (Stoverink) Liley Martin Dale Lincoln Jr. Rachel Catherine (Limbaugh) Loddeke (A) Sandeep Malhotra Gary Ray McMichael (A) Kimberly Lynn (Stewart) Mertz

$100 to $249 Anica Elaine (Winkle) Addison Eric Maurice Bruner Stacey Lin (Cranmer) Buenemann Gavin Douglas Buffington Bradley William Butler Chi-Ming Chang (A) Harold Joseph Dickerson Samuel Erter Earl Alexander Evans John Edward Falk Carrie Anne (Williams) Falkenrath (A) Brian Lawrence Gilmore Kimberley Ann Greene Katherine Rose Grote Andrew Michael Jansen Laura Marie (Eversgerd) Jansen Daniel Robert Kammler Dan Li Christopher Matthew Martin Joel Steven Mikelionis (A) Kevin Daniel Moll Todd Andrew Moore Casey Patrick Morriss Kevin Raymond Mueller (A) Jeremy Murrish Jason Jerome Nowak Keith Alan Pimmel

Toomey Hall, for mechanical and aerospace engineering, was dedicated in April 2009. The building is named in honor of graduate John Toomey, ME’49, MS ME’51, his wife, Mary, and their family. Their $5 million gift was the largest donation to an academic program in the university’s history.

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Kristen Caroline (Ringkor) Meyer Courtney Ray Ogle Kiran Patel Eric Evans Pietsch (A) Edward Joseph Reichert Patrick Joseph Reilly Tamora Lynn (Salisbury) Renner Robert David Rieffel Kevin Dale Robertson Dennis Savat Steven Adam Scheer William Lyle Simonton John Lawrence Simpson John Curtis Smith III John Matthew Spegal Meredith Ann Springs Jason Leon Starbuck Joseph Michael Szabo Jessica April Thomas Niemeier Chetan Bharat Vora John Louis Weiland Charlene Wheeler (A) Michelle Anita (Miller) Wolf Robert Wright (A)

Class of 1998 $1,000 to $2,499

Mindy Lee Barth (A) Kimberly Diane (Zimmer) Matthews (A) Albert Philip Nestler Jr. X Angela Beshears Privett r Lance Stephen Privett r

$500 to $999 Valerie Ann (Phillips) Holschen Jamie Lynette Martens (A) Dustin Dale Olson Rebecca Ann (Scheidt) Shawgo Ryan James Shawgo Mary Theresa Williams (A)

$250 to $499 Sadie Marie Burke-Jones (A) Jonathan Robert Crow Chad Robert Essary Jarrod Robert Grant (A) Jeanne Sue Hill Ananda Amarasekara Jayawardhana Glen Andrew Miller Brent Larson Mydland William Niemann Gayle Joan (Hoppe) Piepho (A) Bryan Bentley Rushing

$100 to $249 Shawn Aaron Bailey Genevieve Marie (DuBois) Bodnar Thomas William Brady Amy Michelle (Kwiecinski) Buatte Stephanie Marie (Held) Como Vincent Como Steven George Cox Adrian Christian Deneys (A) Rosemarie Maffei Evans William Joseph Fellows Kevin Fort Jerry Wade Gander (A) Matthew Micah Hall Jennifer Faye (Damron) Hopper Rebecca Michele (Monaghan) Hovland Timothy Philip Johns Tracy Lynn Jones Jonathan William Knittel Serena Jagtiani Krause Cuyler Larson Gerrit Leeftink Jr. Todd Lippincott Jessica Lynn (Sanson) Martinez (A) Phillip Louis Menkel Eric Jeremy Neal Nicolette Shirelle (Madison) Parson (A) Karen Lynn Rainey Amanda Hise Retzinger Benjamin Douglas Retzinger Brad Alan Rucker Noreen Marie Ruczhak Mathew David Silver (A) Ricky Allen Sisk Joella Marie (Hubbard) Sommerhauser James Edward Spinks III Amie Marie (Wood) Squibb (A) Stephen Michael Squibb (A) Scott Russell Swartzwelter Ryan James Unterreiner Daniel Eugene Van Anne Sheryl Marie (Ziccardi) Van Anne Douglas Dean Wood Russell William Young

Less than $100 Kerri (Matsumoto) Andrews Daniel James Arnold Lori Ann (Pratt) Bosch Eric Robert Bothe Craig Alan Brice

Brian James Bruns Alicia Kathleen (Nickum) Byrd (A) Samuel Martin Byrd (A) Jonathan Edward Carmack Seth Alexander Coggin Anna Marie Coplen (A) Kevin Neal Corwin Jennifer Lynn Delancey Thulasiram Dharman (A) Hilary Herman Evers IV Jessica Ann Fanning Lloyd Hardin Gholson IV Larry Thomas Henson II Arthur Allen Hersel Jonathan David Hey Keith Charles Juedemann (A) Ege Can Kayaarasi Jason Erik Kelly Andrew Oliver Larouche Adam Michael Loddeke (A) Madhavi Inoka Marasinghe Christopher Stokes Maupin Julie Ann Miller James Michael Orosz Pramod Pagadala Hugh Alton Parsons Michael James Pessina Larry James Ragsdale Jr. (A) Cassin Margaret (Alsop) Reiter Cory Matthew Reiter Jeffrey Albert Riepe Philip Stewart Saunders Robert John Schiffer (A) Erin (Kenney) Schillie John Schillie Tanmay Shah Michelle Kay (Shoesmith) Sipp Jeffrey Paul Stricker Robert Wesley Sutton Craig Alan Switzer David Brian Tag Gary Edward Tomlinson Mark Allen Tschopp Jr. David Jonathan Tucker James Urbon Matthew Wayne Vandergriff Theodore Joseph Vandeven Jr. Charmaine (Saunders) Washington (A) Jennifer Dionne (Little) Weil Nicole Renee (Setser) Williams Glenn Alan Winham Alan Woodmansey (A) Jon Thomas Zakrzewski Emily Fosha Zung William Paul Zung

Class of 1999 $1,000 to $2,499

Julie Marie (Stevens) Hirtz r (A) Ryan Lewis Matthews (A) James Howard Nelson Sara Elizabeth (Kaps) Nelson Aaron James Schrader r (A)

$500 to $999 Terry Alan Bush Taylor Aaron Lewick (A) Jane Ellen (Brashers) Manis (A) Justin Joseph Ryan Craig Ryan Skoch

$250 to $499 Chris Michael Brueggen (A) Michael Robert Carlson Daniel Jonathan Cool Jonathan Mark Keller Stephan Virgil Magenta (A) Colin Tyson Miller Megan Jean (Jewett) Miller Erika Maya (Middleton) Rezek Lane Reid Rezek Jon Michael Schmidt Craig Lynn Sebaugh Joshua Smith Charles Wipf

$100 to $249 David Allen Akers Jill Renee (Streifel) Akers Shawn Raymond Allwein Bruno Amizic David Christopher Bodnar Matthew Franklin Bourbina (A) Victor Buatte William Howard Dennis III Jason Scott Dohrmann (A) Daniel Ellis Julie Anne (Nowakowski) Gamble (A) Matthew Ryan Gaw Michael Hunter Theodore Stanley Ingalls III Shen Orin Jackson Callie Marie (Lyons) Jayne David Dean Jayne Andrew William Keep Jeffrey Paul Krause Jonathan Michael Kwantes (A) Erik Francis Martel Jon Robert Morgan Melinda Kay (Collins) Morgan Amy Leigh Jones Morriss Darren Leon Proctor Ronald Lee Rhoades

Marcie Lanette (Moore) Rucker Brian Jeffrey Sharp (A) Scott Lee Sigman Sutton Frissell Stephens Craig Allen Wagner Jennifer Lynn (Carlson) Wagner Scott Ramsey Walker Joshua Alan Welge Michael Robert Willett Melissa Wilson Erin Lee Young

Less than $100 Richard John Arroyo (A) Micheal Bock (A) Jamie Elizabeth Boos (A) Robert William Bosch Eric James Breitenbach Troy Donald Bussey Jr. Barry Lee Callahan (A) Janet Lynn (Herzberg) Callahan (A) Christopher Branson Cole Peter Collins Brent Eric Deornellas (A) Keith Richard Eisenbath (A) Robert Gerald Eskens Matthew Arthur Faerber Matthew Lewis Fischer (A) Natalie Ann (Phelan) Hegarty Shane Michael Hegarty Katie Ann Hillstrom Jay Scott Hoskins Douglas Andrew Jost Stephen Craig Kadyk Michael Kausch Jessica Joy (Allison) Kerr Danielle Kleinhans James Michael Klotz Kimberly Michele (Moore) Kossmann Matthew James Kossmann Gina Marie (Hurst) Long (A) Stephen Wayne Luther Michael Mayer William Howard McCreary Frank Scott Miller Kyle Kenneth Mitchell Lynn Lee Neal Matthew Gilbert Niemeyer Timothy Edward Robinson Peter James Sayers Adam Clarke Sievers Crystal Ann (Leroy) Smith Gretchen Eleanor Spegal Jason Robert Szachnieski Christina Marie (Collins) Taylor (A) Brande Layne Tucker Sarah Vehige Jason Charles Williams Melinda Susanne (Lambeth) Winkelman

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Thomas Joseph Winkelman Jeffrey Steven Zdenek Gina Ann Zientara

Class of 2000 $2,500 to $4,999 Robert Koch Jr. r

$1,000 to $2,499 Todd Charles Friedman

$500 to $999 Jason Bridges r (A) Timothy James Miller

$250 to $499 Jason Jones (A) Stephen Wai-Sing Kan Molly (Schneider) Laegeler (A) Joshua Sales Andrew Singleton (A) Charles Ashley Smith Wesley Tull Jr. (A) Amy (Pousson) Van Hook Stefanie Ann Voss (A)

$100 to $249 Jason Phillip Abbott Brandon Nicholas Ault Michael Joseph Ax Aaron Keith Barklage Amy Lee (Young) Barklage Thomas Barnes Jason Michael Belyew (A) Jessica Dimitra Bigas (A) David Edward Carner Carmen Maria (Doudna) Carney Amanda Beth Duchek Shawnna Louise (Morris) Erter Joyce Lorraine (Smith) Fort Dena Elizabeth (Burns) Gaw Christopher Shannon Geigel Stephen Charles Gose Patricia Michelle Gregg Anthony Wayne Hilliard Martin Olaf Hovland Jonathan David Jeffery Robert John Kilpatrick IV Timothy Warren Klein Bethany Anne Konz (A) Nikki Renee (Washburn) Kurfman Andrew William Ledbetter Michael Joseph Levine Zhijie Li (A) Stephanie Barbara (Koenig) McCarthy Martin Gerardo Perez Justin Cory Pettijohn Philip Prince Julie (Zuerlein) Rieffel John Michael Schappe

* deceased

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Donors listed by class year Ann Kathryn (Papke) Schmidt Lawrence Homer Taber Angela Marie (Gillikin) Theys (A) Elizabeth Ann Willis Andrew Kenneth Wittenauer Richard Denson Words (A) Jingning Wu (A) Zhiping Yang (A)

Michael Kyle Tilly Kerri Ann Vencato Damien Wetzel Jason Williams Mark Joseph Winschel Sarah Lynn (Palmer) Wiszkon Virgil Ernst Zetterlind III

Less than $100

Nicholas Joseph Ereckson (A)

Nicholas Holger Beckmann Heather Ann Benhardt Cari Rihan Bryant Frances Denise (Hilding) Bryant Craig Allen Buehler Joshua Corra Yovanna Cortes Di Lena Jonathan James Derner Cheryl Jennifer (Metz) Dorrell Ian Trevor Downard Matthew David Ehlen Kurtis Eisenbath (A) Alissha Gayle (Bodenhamer) Feeler Courtney Ryan Feeler Richard Allen Ford Marc Friedman (A) Amy Hanneken Gholson Elizabeth Jean (Morris) Griffith Denise Elaine (McMillan) Hale Traci Dawn (Morgan) Harmon John Edward Henning III Charles Patrick Hogeboom IV (A) Michael Woodrow Holesapple (A) Jerica Lynn Holtsclaw Mark Edwin Jones Varghese Joseph Kayyalethekkel Nancy Elaine (Harms) Knittel Christopher Paul Kulifay (A) Kathryn Elizabeth (Holcomb) Lange William David Lash Addie Jean (Schwartz) Mette Rhoda Parker Jeremy Gene Pepper Samuel Lee Petty Jack Richison Phipps Mark Christopher Quander Diana Jeannine (Arflack) Schaecher Jason Schroeder Patrick Jon Schroeder Yuning Shi Eric Joseph Siebert (A) Jeremy Strohmeyer Pamela Thebeau Laura Maria (Tomaja) Thill

Class of 2001 $2,500 to $4,999

$1,000 to $2,499 Gregory Connor Loomis r

$500 to $999 Alycia Ann Ahrens (A) Jeffrey Scott Morris Michael James Smolinski Charles Strauss (A)

$250 to $499 Timothy Alfermann r (A) Joseph Lincoln Bauers (A) Andrew Parry Laegeler (A) Neil Alan Phipps Jessie Rife (A) Lingli Zhang

$100 to $249 Jason Baird Michael Justin Besancon Jill Elaine Bischof James Scott Craig Brian Michael Dierker Eric Stephen Distler (A) Jeffrey Ames Doubrava Ryan Charles Fritchley Corie Allene (Reeves) Glenn Lea Beatrice (Fromme) Gose Timothy Lynn Hand (A) Melvin Eugene Harris II Cheol-Woon Kim Andreas Christopher Koenig (A) Mark Andrew Kurfman Elaine Ann (Cozort) Lippincott Andrew Patrick Pereiras Seth Austin Puls Niklas Henry Putnam Aaron Mathew Rues Timothy Donald Schmidt Kristine Ann (Miller) Shiffman Curtis Steven Stratman Jeremy Paul Theys (A) Jeanne Treasurer Kelly Jo Young (A)

Less than $100 Jason Bodson Anthony Wayne Brandon (A) Arian Cala (A) Anthony Robert Clark Joshua Asa Clements

Marguerite Muriel (Ethridge) Corra Marie (Vogan) Cox Christopher Neil Deck Chris Shannon Edrington Jason Daniel Fanning Timothy James Findley Stephanie Paige (Navin) Fischer (A) Elizabeth Ann Ford (A) Leslie Diane Holesapple (A) Francis Taylor Humble Jessica Marie (Pence) Humble Lenny Ilyashov Charles Raymond Keim Christina (Butner) Keim Toby Joseph Kemper (A) Mark Krigbaum Phyllis Lewis Gina Lynn (Boots) Liles Elena Melnik Theodore Scott Morris Michelle Renee (Grace) Nordwald Adam George Panagos Erica Nicole (Bobo) Petty Samuel Pittman (A) Jason Carl Rickman Kristy Ann (Rose) Rowe Sridhar Sana Bora Sar (A) Roger Marshall Smith Umamaheswar Rao Srirangam Michael Eugene Stewart Matthew Swenty Marshall James Swingle James Joseph Thoenen William Davis Tyrrell Scott Vrtiska Jennifer Catherine (Ward) Whalen Haifeng Zhou

$100 to $249 Laura Schoenbeck Agee Stuart Werner Baur r Christopher Brian Bilderback Rebecca Anne (Galbreath) Bilderback Erin Elaine Boren James Patrick Buckner Jason Michael Buenemann Brian James Carlson Christopher Paul Carney Adam Francis Christenson (A) Elizabeth Sandefur DeBraal Donald Christopher Dwyer Tihana Fuss Rachel Jeanne Goeke (A) Jason Lemar Grimes Elizabeth Marie Hughes Jayne Lynn Huseman Michael Johnson Dwight Dellwyn Jones

Christopher Lawrence Keithley (A) Sean Erin Landwehr Louis McCarthy Anthony Matthew Mueller (A) Kate Dang Nguyen Minh Duc Ta Nguyen Douglas James Scheidt Patricia Scroggin (A) Steven Daniel Shiffman Justin Steenhoek Kearney Jane (O’Connor) Szevery Richard Emil Szevery Jeremy Lee Watts Douglas Edward Woerz

Less than $100 Benjamin James Braatz (A) Jeremy Wayne Buschmann Joseph William Clendenen Marc Anthony Davis Jennifer Lynn Denzer

Don Duncan Jr. Jason Charles Elrod (A) Alicia Jean (Cobb) Field Sabrina Forni Jeffry Lynn Foster (A) Angela Marie (Keune) Fuerst Jonathan Paul Gabrielson Jared Lee Gregory John Thomas Griner (A) Aaron John Groff Joey Allen Hale Kate Oteria (Carter) Klotz Kathleen Kelly Knecht Daniel James Koenigsfeld Sarajane Bailey Kroupa (A) Gail Angela Lueck Ryan Adam Mangels Kimberly McAdams Kelly Jean (Wilkerson) Moore (A) Kevin Thomas Morrisey Jeffrey Mueller Casey William Nordwald

Class of 2002 $2,500 to $4,999 Aaron McDonald

$1,000 to $2,499 Dustin William Brown Preston Carney r (A) Cori Marie Lock r Dawn Marie Willis

$500 to $999 Brian Harmon Hutsell (A) Joshua James Pieper Nathan Gabriel Rues (A)

$250 to $499 Connie Lynn (Meyers) Bauers (A) Timothy Rosom Brown John Robert Gordon r Margaret Ellen (Dickerson) Gordon r Gretchen Rose (Gawer) Miller

Originally the first dormitory on campus, the Queen Anne-style building at 506 W. 11th Street has served as the home of the university’s chief executive since 1905. Campus and community events are often held at the Chancellor’s Residence, once known as “The Club House.”

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Pamela Diane Parker Christina Elizabeth (Braune) Ragsdale Theodore Nicholas Ragsdale Bryan Gregory Ramey II (A) Christopher Reichert (A) Yvonne Michelle (Parisa) Sanders Ryan Anthony Schaecher Kenny Lee Sherrill Lucie Beth (Johannes) Sommer (A) Jeffrey Spooner Steve Lucas Stack Sarah Ann (Albers) Stewart Christopher Scott Strickland Nathan Todd Tritsch Sridhar Ummethala Rebecca Lee Watkins Sarah Elizabeth (Harper) Welch Robert Eugene Zander

Class of 2003 $1,000 to $2,499

Daniel Jaye Bailey r (A) Justin James Wylam (A)

$500 to $999 Justin Howard Bechtel Leslie Joe McDaniel (A) Brandon Kenneth Wieschhaus r Jamie Marlene (Ferrero) Wieschhaus r

$250 to $499 Richard Shigemichi Colfax Daniel James Davis Jr. Steven Thomas Kerr Joseph Earl Miller Joseph Shaw Stehly

$100 to $249 Nicholas David Benavides (A) Katie Ann (Boring) Bland (A) Rachel Lee Carter (A) Michelle Cooper Vanja Ivan Dezelic Jami (Girard) Dwyer Jeremy Wayne Glenn Kenneth Richard Goeke (A) Nicholas Mason Gregg Philip Reek Heller II (A) Rebecca Lynn Johnston (A) Craig Kevin Kaibel Rebecca Gail (Durham) Keithley (A) Mark Raymond Madden Jonathan Paul Marburger Lucas Burton Moore (A) Renita Chizoba Oko (A)

Morgan Michelle (Anderson) Penn Sarah Jane (Cupps) Reeves Florian Sebastian Rueck (A) Andrew Dean Selvy Adam Steimel Henry Suter III Andrew Stuart Turner Deborah Jean Frances Wiseman Erin Marie Wohlrab (A)

$500 to $999

Less than $100

Alicia (Turner) Adams Atinuke Olubunmi Akingbade (A) Eric Stephen Bahr (A) David Scott Barker Jared Brewe James Patrick Carson Ryan Warren Castor Amy Marie (Schneider) Crews Laura Lee (Castle) Ely Matthew Jacob Fielder Scott Fonger Geer II Mark Thomas Heintzelman (A) Darrell William Jacobs Kyle Jay Lampe Lisa Marie (Hartman) Lampe Kenneth Mizukami Morrison Fred Douglas Pitts Jonathan Andrew Pribble Christopher Michael Reeves Jessica Marie (McCord) Robert Timothy Andrew Robert Elizabeth Alice Rutherford Reid Martin Stephens Jr. Xilin Xu

Matthew Auld Andrew John Baker John Thomas Barnett III Lydia Brianna (Yarrington) Brownell Philip Wyldrew Bullocks Jr. Timothy Patrick Dean Jane Theresa Diecker Mark Scott Earl Cassandra Carlene (Watkins) Elrod (A) Jeffrey Gilbert Field Gabriel Scott Freiburger (A) Brian Alan Fuhrmann Briehan Kay (Larson) Grant Tricia Lauren Grass Michael Francis Knittel Kurt Thomas Koch Joshua Henry-Donze Kreutner Daniel Roy Lewis Seok Bin Lim Daniel George Lutz Ryan Jay Lynch Nathan John Marshall Brent Gale McDavid Rebecca Lee (Rogers) McDavid James Benjamin Mette John Darrell Province Amanda Brooke Raffurty (A) Kristin Virginia Ralston (A) Andrew Robert Richter Kensey Walker Russell Christina Deborah (Huelsing) Scott Matthew Michael Scott Justin Jeremy Semsch David Andrew Swartz Anna Marie (Newman) Swenty Daniel Gerard Thill William Michael Van Boening Conor Maris Watkins Katie Mae Weinkein (A)

Class of 2004 $1,000 to $2,499

Geoffrey Edward Reedy

Christopher Scott Ford (A) Jack Robert Pennuto Jr. r Michael David Schaefer Craig Steven Stanek

$250 to $499 David Arthur Asunskis Nathen Lewis Hutchison (A)

$100 to $249

Less than $100 Erik Carl Backus Jonathan Michael Ballmann Aaron Kent Carrell Corey William Chapman Aaron Charles Clarke Jamie Johanna Crump Andrew Lawrence Draker r (A) Mahmut Ekenel (A) Katherine Diane Fluchel Jacques Pierre Fransaw Andrea Lea (Lockbeam) Gabrielson David Alan Goben John Michael Grill Louis Bernard Jearls III Raymond Johnson Curt William Kimmel (A) Phillip Lamoureux Seth David Ledbetter (A) Richard John Licari III Yan Liu (A)

Chris Michael Locher (A) Amanda Jo (Robart) McClure Timothy Brian McClure Luke Charles Miget (A) Robert William Miller Jr. Diane Kaye Moore Rachel Anne Mudd Sean Patrick O’Donnell Kevin Earl Orr James Stephen Parks Jr. Chad Michael Raley Silvia Valentina Rocca Camasca (A) Michael Christopher Roche Jonathan Anton Sommer (A) Ryan Stelzleni (A) Lyle Daniel Sykes Crystal Yvette Thomas Nicholaus Andrew Wheeler James Matthew Wilkerson (A)

Class of 2005 $2,500 to $4,999

Michael Louis Lampe (A)

$1,000 to $2,499 Karen (Schindler) Reedy

$500 to $999 Matthew Todd Giaraffa Adam Henry Hilton Julia Catherine (Rosemann) Hilton r Jason Marc Miller John Jordan Tucker (A)

$250 to $499 Esteban Aparicio Nathan Coleman Hedden Joshua Tyson Meyer Travis Heath Odneal (A) Justin Shaw

$100 to $249 Christopher Carden (A) Reid Brennen Catt (A) Maria Giuditta Conte (A) Kyle Aron Dieckmann (A) Cole Thomas Ely Fiorella Giana Theodore Hoerr (A) Alison Elizabeth Ibendahl (A) Michael Barry Johnson (A) Steven Barrett Jung Ryan Thomas Larson Leah Suzanne (Rechner) Lenzner (A) Matthew James Lenzner (A) Ashley Mertens James Bryan Outland Melissa Kae (Veit) Parish Ryan Joseph Parish

Matthew John Pooker William Ford Roes Brian Joseph Shaver Brad Conrad Tischendorf Daniel Scott Wesselmann

$250 to $499

Less than $100

$100 to $249

William Dee Atkins (A) Jennifer Leigh Baker Anthony Franco Blum Sidney Christopher Brownell Alicia Marie (Joannes) Chase Ha Thi Dam James William Davis Cody Dale Dennis (A) Cole Robert Drussa Patrick Christian Ferrario Joseph Michael Fritschen Gail Michelle Gerstenecker Matthew Michael Gluesenkamp Patrick Lewis Hammond Natalie Ann (Carey) Head Jon Stefan Janson (A) David Alan Kopitsky Michael Thomas Kuligowski Laura Kathleen (Stirnemann) Licari Minyu (Liao) Liou Ryan Daniel Lowe Jacob Meyer Lara Elizabeth (Oakley) Mosier Angela Marie Mound (A) James Nnamezie Muo Jonathan William Murray David Norberg Keith Edward Norton Andrew Jacob Pagan Kasthurirangan Parthasarathy (A) Bren Andrew Phillips Robert Piantanida Juan Carlos Salas II Michael Lawrence Schwoeppe (A) Stanley Stanilka Joseph Michael Tomasek Chadwell Brandon Vail (A) Jennifer Rene (Raum) VanVeghten Tobyn Warren VanVeghten Robert Vetter

Class of 2006 $500 to $999

Katherine Ann Clark Charles Francis Hawkins Andrew George Lozier Neil Allen Randol r Adam Vincent Tiehes (A)

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Mary Peaslee Ryan Michael Van Booven (A) Justin Chadwick White

Adam Walden Cushman Cory Alan Demieville Justin Shane Gathright Jordan Gittemeier Jordan Andrew Haug Jeremiah David King (A) Robert James Luhrsen James Campbell Moynihan Robert Anthony Rutherford Jessica Shaffer Sarah Diana Taylor Michelle Marie-Swenty Van De Mark Shubhika Verma Jamie Lauren Webb Samuel Leroy Weeks Elisabeth Nealie (Dowil) Wells (A)

Less than $100 Kwame Awuah-Offei James Michael Baker David Michael Bash (A) Rebecca Ann (Pohlman) Bergner David Andrew Cape Elizabeth Suzanne (Hamby) Duvall Jeffrey Joseph Gittemeier Joshua Allen Hefti Robert Hudson Daniel Blaine Huhmann (A) Emily Mae Johnson (A) Joseph Marvin Liefer (A) Feifei Lu Erik James Messner Tara Lea Morrow Wesley Kenneth Mosier Andrea Marie Muller Michael Raymond Nilges (A) Philip Norfolk Tina Marie Pankey Harsha Jyoti Phukan Eric Pieper Aimee Rea Darlene Patricia Rich (A) Daniel Mark Riley Neal Charles Ross Anthony Roth Anthony Aloyes Ruesing Janet Rebecca (Ragon) Swartz Yingwu Teng Rex Wayne Tennyson Gonasagrie Venayagamoorthy

* deceased

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Donors listed by class year Matthew Mark Voss Joseph David Weaver Thomas Jacob Wingard (A)

Class of 2007 $1,000 to $2,499

Wendy Leann (Moore) Bailey r (A)

$500 to $999 Matthew Hays Adams Emily Carter (A) Kurt Joseph Haslag

$250 to $499 Joshua David Bollinger Joseph Michael Brunner Nathan Dean Rieger Richard Trynoski (A)

$100 to $249 Angela Sue Adams Nathan William Bland (A) Ashley Suzanne Boudria Kevin Patrick Daut (A) Antoinette Lynn Donovan Ernest Wirnkor Fonyuy Peng Guo Jamie Marie Shepard Terrence John Silva Sison Joseph Paul Terry Joshua James Wiederrich

Less than $100 Christopher Allen Barks Daniel Dale Bax Christopher William Cook Christopher Robert Crowell Kenneth Thomas Nathaniel Doering Michael William Dreyer Daniel Joseph Drury Jason Derek Evenden Brian Daniel Ewert Melanie (Longi) Ewert John Gantt Amanda Tiffany (Conigliaro) Garrison (A) Thomas Tilney Grass Natasha Gail Green Diane Louise Gremp Steven William Griffin Benjamin Jacob Gronemeyer (A) Kyle Lee Guinn Jeffrey Thomas Lyle Haden Valerie Anne Houseman Tieshu Huang Jennifer Jacobi Baraka Damas Kinabo Samuel Herman Klimmek Sandeep Kunchum Kristen Louise Loesch Erin Rae Long Fabio Matta Jesse Moran Giorgi Muchaidze Manikantan Nair (A) Emilio Alessandro Nanni

Joseph Campbell Neumann Adam Eugene Nichols Jessica Lynn Nies Nathan Nold Maureen Elizabeth O’Loughlin Leslie Kaye Olson Thomas Glen Petersen (A) Amy (Boulch) Reeves Seth Reeves Clinton Eugene Roberts Timothy Michael Robillard Lance Kristofer Rucker Ryan Salisbury Angella Marie Schulte Cecily Jane Sharko (A) Ashley Jo Sheek Matthew James Sieminski (A) Michael Joseph Smith Kiley Andrew Summers Margaret Joan Thompson David Michael Triplett (A) Zane Timothy Voss (A) Kurt Geoffry Wainwright Laura Marie Ward Jared Lee Wehde Amanda Jean Weimer Jeffrey Zuch

Class of 2008 $1,000 to $2,499

Andrew Christopher Reitter

$500 to $999 Kyle Rackers (A)

$250 to $499 Tarang Parashar Adam Rhodes Albert Ross Wilkinson III

$100 to $249 Tyler David Acorn Jessie Allay Cates Travis Duncan Anthony Scott Dvorak Christopher Michael Garcia Christina Rose Graham Claire Josias Lehman Christopher Michael Scheuber Christopher Andrew Speer (A) Dennis Michael Sullens Bradley David Towery

Less than $100 Michael Chad Abernathy (A) Clark Edward Allen Jr. (A) Nikhil Kumar Ardeshna Rustin Allen Atkeisson (A) Emily Janet Bahram-Ahi (A) Jason James Balinski (A) Chrystal Kay Ballew (A) Julie Theresa Baumann Amy Katherine Bedey Nathan Alan Bibb (A) Matthew John Bower

Michelle Antoinette Brazel (A) Katelin Grace Buchmeier Brijesh Kashyap Chejerla (A) Prasanna Kumar Chilukamarri (A) Robert Tyler Cobb (A) Brian Robert Collinge (A) Ashley Marie Davis (A) Steven Joshua Dubelman Joshua Michael Eads (A) Ryan James Earley Brianna Delrose Force (A) Sarah Elizabeth Garofalo (A) Matthew Scott Garrison (A) Sri Mydhili Godavarthy (A) Courtney Greene (A) Ashton Matthew Gronewold Joel Kendell Harms (A) Bryan James Harr (A) Joshua William Hartley Kelly Lynn Hatfield (A) Preston Todd Haverstic (A) Joseph Herdade William Thomas Holley (A) Andrew Jacob Huebner (A) Nathan Alan Kasper (A) Daniel Stephen Katzer (A) Daniel Roman Kienitz (A) Marsha Rose Kiphart (A) William Patrick Kirby (A) Alex Joseph Kladiva Todd Andrew Koenig (A) Drew William Landoll (A) Tensley Cierra Larkin (A) Jacob Alexander Leeper (A) Brad Alan Leuther (A) Robert Louis Lichtenberg Matthew James Loula (A) Kathryn Jane MacMann Rohit Malhotra (A) Michael Vincent McNamee (A) Alex Brenton Miear Meghana Rao Modali Matthew Jeffrey Molitor (A) Brian Michael Mullen (A) Theodore Merlin Nelson (A) David Nishimura Marilyn Kay (Emanuel) Norfolk Daniel Paul O’Connell Jr. (A) Nicholas James Olson Chet Steven Parry (A) Susan Marie Phillips (A) Nichole Lynn Podhorsky (A) Cody Jeremiah Polodna Bhanuchander Reddy Poreddy (A) Sarah Pratt (A) Samantha Grace Price (A) Michael Everett Probasco (A) Kevin Pyles (A) Bryan Matthew Ralston (A) Cory Michael Rawlings (A) Lauren Elizabeth Rich (A) David Andrew Richey Jeffery Tobias Ross

Lucas Robert Rottler (A) Margaret Patricia Sanders James Anthony Schneider (A) Bruce Dean Schwartz (A) Jesse Eric Scott Naresh Kumar Sharma (A) Rachel Louise St. Juliana (A) Kimberly Ann Strazzere (A) Christopher Thomas Thielker (A) Mustafa Tosun Sean Michael Trapp (A) Jacob Weller (A) Kelsey Ann Whitebay (A) Kaye Dee Wibbenmeyer (A) Kandi Wieberg (A) William Edwin Wiggins Anthony Scott Wilshire (A) Joshua Keaton Young (A) Christopher Michael Zerr (A) Sumin Zhu (A)

Class of 2009 $500 to $999

Mitchell Jacob Boeh

$250 to $499 Joshua Ryan Boeckmann Aaron Holmon Young

$100 to $249 Wesley Alexander Everhart Heath Groom Jordan Michael Henry Brian Andrew Pink Andrew Charles Ronchetto (A)

Less than $100 Ryan Michael Arlitt (A) Daniel Ashbaugh (A) Raymond Andrew Beezley (A) Erica Lynn Beiser (A) C. Jerel Bernasek (A) Michael Kevin Braden (A) Matthew Alexander Dale Chittum (A) Daniel Edward Clark (A) Abigail Rose Coffey (A) Patrick Alan Courtney (A) Richard Lee Fahey Jr. (A) Yakov Valerievich Filipets (A) Christopher Francis Foeller (A) John Robert Gier (A) Philip George Graf (A) Thomas Gerald Graff Jr. (A) Beth Renee Groenke (A) Benjamin Paul Haring (A) Clayton Edward Harper (A) Joseph Hebl (A) Ivan Daniel Howard Corey Thomas Jakuboski (A) Elliot John Kehoe (A) Jason Octavious King (A) Kathryn Colleen Knocke (A) Megan Michelle Kreitner (A) Christopher Alan Krueger (A) Charles William Lacy (A) Jordan Scott Lawyer (A) Joel Kenneth Logue (A) Joseph Robert Lombardo (A) Andrew Glennon Lucas (A) Amanda Kay Luellen (A)

Andrew Richard Maxon (A) Ryan James Miller (A) Jamie Christine Moline (A) Joseph Thomas Morrey (A) Michael Angelo Mueller (A) Suzanne Lynne Mueller (A) Roy Murata (A) Benjamin Jay Murrell (A) Shankar Nagaraj (A) James Nyikal Okumu (A) Muobo Ese Osiobe (A) Richard Howard Palmer (A) Phillip Dean Ponzer (A) Michelle Kristen Rader (A) Tori Jordan Ratliff (A) Kevin Leon Reichert (A) Jessica Lynn (Burnett) Reilly (A) Keith Reilly (A) Dustin Keith Rhodes (A) Christopher Lee Roush (A) Joseph Michael Schaefer (A) Kurtis Allen Siegle (A) Charlotte Rose St. John (A) Daniel Lee Stark (A) Katherine Elizabeth Stockstill (A) Sherea Monica Stricklin (A) Joseph Ray Sultan (A) Patrick John Tilk (A) Andrew James Vance Kelsie Rachelle VanHoose (A) Jordan Levi Varble Daniel Jesse Welty (A) Christopher Keith White (A) Casey Elizabeth Wilson (A) Robert James Woodard (A)

Why give? In 2009, only 27 percent of the university’s operating budget came from state funding (down from 42 percent in 2000), making private support essential to Missouri S&T’s success. More than 83 percent of the philanthropic gifts in the nation are provided by individuals, followed by 13 percent from foundations and 5 percent from corporations. Considered a measure of alumni satisfaction, the annual giving rate of alumni from private universities is 16 percent while 11 percent of public university graduates give annually. Nineteen percent of S&T alumni give annually to their alma mater, which boosts S&T’s ranking in listings such as U.S. News & World Report.

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We express a special thanks to our faculty, staff, students and friends for contributing financially to our university’s success. Many 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, 2008, to June 30, 2009. Faculty, staff, students and friends $250,000 to $499,999 Donald Castleman * r M Retha Castleman r M

$100,000 to $249,999 Young & Lisa Liu r

$50,000 to $99,999 William & Arlene James r

$25,000 to $49,999 Grace G. Weaver Estate

$10,000 to $24,999 Marguerite Bray Trust M John Frame Trust Shubhender Kapila Richard Brow & Theresa McCarthy-Brow David Seltzer (A) Katelin Thomas Audrey Wright Estate (A)

$5,000 to $9,999 John & Edwina Adelsberger r James Drewniak & Mariesa Crow r X Michelle Hedges Thomas & Joan Schuman r Jay Senkevich

$2,500 to $4,999 Terry Brewer (A) X Edward & Barbara Hale r X F. Stephen & Leslie Malott r X George McPherson Jr. Ashok & Chris Midha r Ann Miller r X Alex & Cathy Kovarik Primm J.C. & Patricia Bloemker Sowers r (A) William Van & Ruth Stoecker r X

Shirley Sullivan Warren Kent Wray r

$1,000 to $2,499 Julie Adelsberger r Harlan Anderson r Mary Alice Anderson r Max & Katrina Anderson r M Jamie Archer r Bassem & Gery Armaly r X Robert Steven & Joan Aronstam r Bonnie Bachman r Brett Begemann James Bogan & Mary Bird r Donald & Nancy Brackhahn r (A) M Robert Brickner (A) Carl Burns Marty Byrd John & Pat Carney r X Judy Cavender r X Jeffrey & Lisa Cawlfield r (A) Steve Chaney Lawrence & Maxine Christensen r M X T.J. Corrigan Elizabeth Cummins X Cristy Doener Stephen & Bette Douglass r (A) X William & Connie Eggert r X Mitchell & Terisa Esquibel Walter & Boo Eversman r X James & Cynthia Felts X Daryl & Caroline Fisher Mark & Stephanie Fitch r X Francis Chandler Furman X Gregory & Sundhya Gelles Jim & Mary Gillespie Larry & Doris Gragg X William Lance Haynes r (A) Cynthia Hobart X Randall & Pat Huss X Kakkattukuzhy & Angela Isaac Wade Jorgenson Peter & Betty Jane Kinyon r Richard & Mary Koch r Mike & Shele Kuhn Larry Lancey Don & Lina Madison r X Theodore McCracken Lyla McGinnis

Robert Montgomery & Frances Haemmerlie Montgomery r X Larry & Jane Moore Nelson & Betty Morgan (A) Jeffery & Deborah Mueller Mrs. Fred (Joanne) Nelson r Albert & Kathy Nestler X John & Dorcas Park r (A) X Robin & Karen Pearce (A) David & Kim Ramsey X William & Beverly Ricker X David & Ruth Robertson X Christopher & Angela Roloff (A) Gwen Sarnoff (A) William & Jane Schonberg r (A) Lisa Nevins Spence Anthony Steinmeyer David & Barbara Summers r X Mary Ann Teter X Selden & Joyce Trimble r X George Waddill Raymond & Barbara Waggoner r X Jodi Waltman X Gerald Wilemski r

$500 to $999 Mrs. William (Shirley) Andrews r X William Andrews * r X Gary Beach Everett Beguin Wayne & Deb Bledsoe X Frank & Linda Blum Casey Daniel Boyer Niel Brackley Silvey Ann Britton Sherrie Brown Russell & Mary Buhite Barry & Marilyn Cadoff Brian Carter Franklin & Pi Yu Cheng (A) Robert Crowley Thomas Day Gene Warren & Rosalee Doty David & Veronica Douglas (A) Thomas & Mary Lea Dresser Robert & Kay DuBois X Rick Folken John & Lorie Francis X Edmund Gaffney III

John & Regina Garrabrant David Michael George Robert George Stephen Grande Ed & Elaine Greaving (A) Charles Haggerty Greg & Cindy Harris (A) Jerome & Phyllis Herman Donna Hill David Hoiness Michelle Hollenbeck Bandy Jacobs Beverly Johnson Chris Koenemann Kent & Kathy Kolaga Jon Wilsdorf & Merilee Krueger Frank Kruppe Robert & Linda Laudon Shun Chih & Doris Ling Thomas Locke Robert & Brenda Loula Dale & Janece Martin Colleen Elizabeth McBryan James Meadows William & Carol Moorkamp X Mark & Joanie Mullin Chuck Nguyen James & Sheila Packard Robert & Arlyne Roller (A) Tom Schesser Matthew James Schultz Robert & Cindy Schwartz r Eric Seymar Jonathan Albert Sheldon Donna Shell Donald & Ann Siehr X J.R. & Ordith Skouby Robert Sourk Pamela Spears Daniel Stevens Lewis Stevenson Gary & Virginia Taylor Harold & Leila Thomas X Robert Thomas Steven & Marianne Ward (A) Linda Werckmann John & Pauline Wyss

$250 to $499 Ralph & Janet Alexander Dewey & Josette Allgood (A) Larry Arnold Eric William Bayless Mark & Catherine Bookout Franklin & Shirley Bridges

Freddie Brooks (A) Ann Edwards Brown Michael Bucher Andrew & Dyann Careaga (A) Vincent & Sally Carpenter Abby Castle Joseph Brent Hawkes Cates Patti Chism Margaret Cline Gerald & Helga Cohen Cihan & Refia Dagli Justin Arthur Dew Asanka Dharmarajah Dave & Rose Marie Drain James & Gail Drallmeier David & Elizabeth Duncan Andrew James Ecker James & Cora Lee Findley Marcus Cloud & Patti Fleck Dan Holdinghaus & Laura Friz Sheila Gassner Ben Geisert James Graham R. Larry & Maxine Grayson r Dave & Barbara Hause Kirk Hawkins Glenn Hay Jered Hayes Liesha Herron George Hickman (A) Craig Hollenbeck Carol Honse Donald Howell (A) Will Hoyt Thomas & Francisca Ikuenobe Patty Gail Ingle William Thomas & Barbara Ingram r Geraldine Jenkins Frank & Carol Jessop Marcelline Joseph Don Kaemmerer & Virginia Ryle Kaemmerer Melpomeni Mankin Benjamin Michael Kettler Billy & Naomi Key (A) William & Leslie Krumme Michael Kruppe Dee Preston Leach Judith Learmann (A) Rodney & Nancy Lentz r Joe & Kathryn Malters

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Todd & Stephanie Martensen David Rekowski & Mary Jane Mason Richard & Frances Mazanec Wilson McCaskill Victoria McCormack Hemprova Ghosh McDonald Brian Thomas Merkel Richard & Margaret Miller Frank Monroe Louis & Jeanine Moss Randy & Mary Moss Paul & Jennifer Nolte (A) Matthew Paul Novak Thomas Nunn Donald & Patricia Oster Nancy Pajewski Lee Parks Leland & Rachel Perry Robert & Gail Phelan r X Timothy & Ginger Philpot Joseph Pleitt David & Grace Pommerenke William Prosser (A) Derrick Joseph Quint Regina Renkoski Jack & Marcia Ridley r Stephen Rosen Myrna Rueff Julia Schranck Thomas James Scroggin Charles Seawright Jr. Sahra Sedighsarvestani Karen Severs Lynn Shank James Sigler Lisa (Baker) Sigler Debra Slaid William Smiley Don & Linda Sparlin r (A) Richard & Denise Sphar Stanley & Dawn Stach E. Keith & Mary Sandra Stanek r Eugene & Mary Stangel Jeffrey Stephens Richard Stephenson r Susan Stevens Hugh & Patricia Stewart J. Andrew & Fayette Stewart Steve Barnes & Lynn Stichnote Alice Stratman James Swiezynski Margy Taylor

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Faculty, staff, students and friends

John Twitty Jay Goff & Suzanne Vaughan Steffen Thomas & Agnes Vojta Sarah Wilcher John Woodfin (A)

$100 to $249 Judith Abbott Levent & Dilek Acar Karen Adkins Mary Ahland Bruce Ahler Diana Ahmad Marlene Albrecht Jimmie Allen Charles Elsworth & Kathleen Allison James & Janet Almond Jared Thomas Anders Eric & Leann Arndt Kristie Arnn Jerri Arnold-Cook Mathew Ausmus Daniel & Carol Babcock Mark Bahr Joyce Bailey Joan Bales (A) Julie Bales George & Elizabeth Barnitz Hugh Bartlett & Jane Elgin Bartlett X Andrew Jordan Basler James & Annie Bass Nadine Bass Angela Bauknecht Charles Bauknecht Morgan & Leslie Bearden Kenneth Beaujean Mrs. Charles (Rosalie) Beck Ray & Mary Beeler Terri Bekebrede Paul & Deloris Bell Brenda Bendon James Bennett Paul Berg Bill & Ina Bicknell Beverly Smith Billings Shawn Bleiler Stephen Bondra James Borcherding Michael & Patricia Bowman Kent Boyer Robert Boyle (A) Joan Bradford Maxyne Brannon Charlene Brennan Connie Sue Brewer Richard Brow Robert & Diane Brown Roger & Peggy Brown Vicki Brown Charles & Helen Broyles (A) Jerrold Bruhnke Richard & Nancy Bryant Richard Buhl Joseph Buhr Robert Bunn Patricia Burrell-Standley Donia Kay Camarena

Brenda Campbell Charles Campbell Kathleen Campbell Myrna Campbell Richard & Nancy Carl Pamela Carte Donna Lee Cartwright Kathleen Case Renee Caudill Robert James & Sandy Cesario Larry Chase Audrey Clark Jeffrey & Anita Cohen Paula Cokingtin Kelley Cole Thomas Comerford Michael & Liz Condray David Conrad Camille Consolvo Cynthia Cooper James Corey Janice Crance Kari Craun Julie Creach Norma Jean Creach Donald & Sigrid Cronin Sandy Crouch Patricia Crout Edward Crowley Lindsay Marie Crutcher David & Mary Cunningham Floyd & Kathleen Cunningham Robert & Laurie Czerniewski Ted Dahl Ronald Damian David Davis Marian Dawson Mark Deany E. Douglas Deao William & Deborah Debo Jerry & Nina Decker Kenneth & Dorothy Denu (A) Mark Derousse Curtis Deufel Lorraine Devoe Darrell Dillon Edward Dion Yvonne Doonan Roberta Dostal Dorrit Drallmeier Patrick Huber & Kathleen Drowne Richard & Janet Dubroff Sharon Earley (A) Patricia Edwards Richard Elder Stephen Ellebracht Norleen Elliott Peter Enge Brian & Brenda Etzold David Fagan William & Jill Fahrenholtz Patrick Fairchild David Falkenhain Linda Farha Richard & Sandra Farrell

Sean Feehan Wayne & Roberta Feeler Stephen & Suzanne Femmer Nancy Fenner Carla Fisher Paula Foster Robyn Fox Esther Francis Jeffrey & Kara Freeman (A) Wilson & Marjorie Randolph Freeze Walter & Linda Fulps Larry & Linda Galper (A) Dolores Gaub Paul & Cindy Germeroth Robert & Charlotte Gerson Jolene Gibbs Florence Gibson Ruth Gilmore Thomas & Cathy Glueck Amber Rachel Gomaz David Goodrich Joe & Sara Gorman Mrs. John (Virginia) Govier r (A) Sheri Grabast Orland Graber Timothy & Jo Ellen Grace Nancy Graf Gerald Green John Green Tom Enfield & Alisa Green (A) Kara Greenwood William & Nancy Griffin Julie Griffith Gary Gunnels Rebecca Guthrie William Hacker Donald & Judith Hagen Steven Haight Elliott Hale John & Veronica Hambacker Belinda Kay Hamilton Paul Bradley Hamilton Clyde & Jeanette Hamrick Michael Haney Margaret Harbert Jack Hardwick Sue Hartmann Beth Hasselfeld James & Carol Heddinghaus Mike & Susan Heiberg Richard Heineken Philip Heller Cynthia Helton Arthur & Charlet Hemme Kila Henry Walter & Jean Henry Myree & Paul Herbig Robert Herington Ed & Cassandra Herrman (A) Raymond & Dorothy Hess Virginia Hickman Don & Jean Hilgedick Gregory & Tina Hilmas r Talmadge Hinson David & Mary Louise Hinze J.E. & Phyllis Hocker

Jillene Hoffman Bryan Hogan John Patrick & Karen Hogan Allison & Charles Holdaway Samuel Clayton Holland Leslie Hollenbeck Peter Cam Hollenbeck Anthony Holt Jennifer Holt E. Candy Homer David Hoxworth David Hubbard Kenneth Boyko & Marsha Hughes Jeanette Huff Richard & Laura Seacat Hunter William Hunter Harold Roussin & Helen Hunter-Roussin James & Mari Husman Charles & Pearl Imboden Edwin Ingo Dennis & Jackie Iverson Susan Jackson Charles James Paul Janaske Frankie Petersen & Helen Jankowski (A) James Jaquette Richard & Joyce Jarvis Rick Jay Jared Stefan Jenkins Joseph Jenkins Jr. Tom & Barbara Johnson Becky Johnson Kevin Johnson Edward & Cindy Jones Elaine Jones Jeff Jones Kathy Jordan Frank Jurotich Sr. George Kaigh Harriet Kallemeyn Kyle Li Kammer Karen Kampeter Don & Ellen Karl (A) Jill Kellerman Linda Kemp Andrew Kennedy Diane Khalil Robert & Julie Kienitz Thomas Kirkle Leslie Klabunde Jon Klevansky Gary Klinger Julie Klocke Raymond & Gaye Kluczny Dorothy Kluesner Dennis Kluge Charles Knapp Vernon Knobbe Colleen Elise Koebbe Charles Koerner Peter & Leisa Kokes Edward Koslin Joan Kracl Julie Kracl Otto David Kraus Arvind & Usha Kumar

David & Jane Kuta Mary Lambert Mark Edward Langle Jennifer Larkin Crystal Larkins Brennen Laurence Lawson Jaclyn Lawton Charles & Verniece Lea George & Teresa Leicht Joan Leslie Ming & Sophia Leu Fue-Wen & Lisa Liou Kelly & DeeAnne Long Josephina Lorince Donald & Kathryn Love Carson Low Vernon & Nancy Lowrey Trish Luckett Evelyn Lupkey Michael Lydon Mrs. Pierson (Louise) Lyon Patricia Mahoney Timothy James Mallette Robert Maneson Cindy Markus Thomas Marrero John Marten Jeffrey Maurer Paula Marie McBurnett Shirlene McCann Bob McFarland Norman Movitz & Lorraine McFarland Robert & Cheryl McKay Michael & Janet McKean Melvin McNair Dan & Marilyn McWhorter Robert & Audrey Medrow Ioulia Medvedeva Elizabeth Melton Paul Menner John Meriwether Michael Merrigan Dolores Merritt Pamela Metcalf Jane Metzger Henry & Anita Metzner Patrick Meyers Kenneth Michael Steve & Ann Miller Carole Ann Miller Michelle Miller Bernice Miller-Becker (A) Carla Millham Katy Minnick Joseph & Ann Minor r Austin & Rebecca Mitchell Jill Moller Randall Mooberry (A) Aubrey Rae-Shaune Moore Sarah Morehead A. Kristen Morgan John Morris Dianna Morrison Meredith Morrison Angela Mueller Greg & Carol Mueller James Murphy Caryl Mussig Norman Mustard

Richard & Lucille Myers Paul Myers Robert & Jinnie Myers Ruth Nelson Susan Nelson Janet Neuman Clifford & Mickie Nichols Micah Barry Nickelson Darin Nix Millie Noll Marvin Nolle Lester Northcutt Valerie Nottage Stanley & Darlene O’Kraski William & Linda Oberholtzer Carolyn Olson Eloise Omer Gustavo Ordonez Donna Kovarik Osborne John & Peggy Oster James Ian Packard Brett & Moria Painter Mary Painton Keith & Donna Park Mark Parmenter Paul Parris Emily Kay Pasch Sharon Pasch Carol Paul H. Jay Paulsen (A) Helen Pendleton Anthony & Eva Penico Henry & Becky Pernicka Pat & Bob Perry John & Emily Petersen Cliff Peterson James Phillips Ervin Philpy Patrick & Ann Pieper (A) Jeffrey Daniel Pike Carl & Shelly Plank Marilyn Pogue (A) Laura Ann Ponzer R. Mark & Susan Potrafka Cecil Pretty Roger & Janet Price Rebecca Price Donald Procknow Raymond & Gloria Purdom Lyle & Charlotte Pursell Jeanne Pyles Narvol Randol Jr. Jon & Nancy Rapp Bob & Stella Ravenscraft Victoria Rayson Nell Redhage Maureen Rehmer Robin Reichelt Pamela Rethy Patty Reynolds Jeanne Rhoades Carolyn Richards Larry Richards Lynda Richards Carol Richmond Alice Ricke David & Ruth Rinck Robert & Phileta Rio Ralph Roark

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Robert & Coleen Roe Jerry & Sue Rosa Beverly Rose Emogene Ross Rosalee Ross Wilma Rowden Allan Rubin Conrad Rubinkowski Jim Rucker Carey Ruppert Daniel Lewis Ryan (A) Ray Samson Chelluri Sastri Valerie Sauer Oliver Savage Thomas Schaefer Sharon Schauwecker (A) David Scheib Todd Schilling Daniel Schlattman John Schmitt Dorothy Schroeder Ronald Schuldt

Cynthia Schumacher Sharon Scott X Steven Scott Daniel Aaron Segert George & Lawrie Seltzer Arlene Shaw John Sheffield (A) Edward Shields Steven & Bette Shields Gary Shubatt Carmen Sirizzotti Carl Smith Kenneth & Susan Smith Steve Smith Ted & Louise Smith Virginia Smith Virginia Snow Joseph Soer Steven Stacy Galen Stanley Richard & Phyllis Steckel Carl Stifel Donald Stilwell

Michael Stilwell Thomas Stilwell Randy & Laura Stoll Kevin Stover Sandra Stover Karen Strack Mary Strausbaugh Delbert Strelow Gordon Stuart Charles & Caryn Studyvin Daniel & Diane Stutts r Jane Sudkamp Sarah Sullivan Susan Sulser Dolores Sutterfield Jay & Barbara Switzer Karl & Karen Swope (A) Mike Swope Pete & Beth Tabacchi Jacque Taylor John & Carolyn Taylor (A) Chris Teel Ralph Terwelp

John Lawrence Theiss Frederick Ekstam & Nena Thomas Richard Thomason Rudolph Throm Deanna Tolliver Max Blair & Susan Trueblood Hai-Lung & Chiu Tsai Ansel Tupper Maxwell Tobias Tupper Carl Brent Umstead Joan Vance Mrs. John (Margaret) Vanderjagt Shirley Vaniperen Jammi & Michelle Vannatta Eileen Varble Mary Jane Verderber W. Patrick Verderber K.M. Vincent William Vincent William Vincent Jr.

Jeffrey Viviano Linda Von Behren Leonard Wall Lanny & M. Loretta Wallis Susan Weaver Amiel Eraj Weerasinghe Deloris Weston William White Philip & Barbara Whitefield Sadye Marie Wichmann Deb Wiedenhoeft Toby Cleveland Wilcher William Wilcox Otto Williams Polly Hollenbach Willis Shirley Willis Wade Willis John & Margaret Wilson X Jordan Maddox Wilson Deborah Winkle Linda Winn Brock Wommack Donn Wyland

Edna Mae Wyland Chan Wai Yin (A) Kenneth Young Michael Young Wei-Wen & Yueh-Hsin Yu r Mark Zurbrick Alice Zvacek

Less than $100 Jay Abbott Mohamud Abdi Craig & Susan Adams Julie Windle Adams Kevin Daniel Adams (A) Lisa Adams Marilyn Al-Amody Derald Albertson Lori Alburty Darlene Allemann Karen Althuis Verlin Altom Michael Amick

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, 2008, to June 30, 2009. Matching gift companies noted in the list. $100,000 to $999,999 Ameren UE + Anheuser-Busch Foundation + Arch Coal Inc. Boeing Co. + Caterpillar Inc. + Faith Group Inc. HBE Corp. International Foundation for Telemetering The MathWorks Inc.

$10,000 to $99,999 Advance Valve Inc. Agilent Technologies ARCO Construction Co. Inc. Chevron Corp. + ConocoPhillips + CONSOL Inc. Emerson + Exelon Corp. + ExxonMobil Corp. + General Motors Corp. + Grainger Foundation Inc. Hallmark Cards Inc. John Deere Foundation + Massman Construction Co. Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association MO-SCI Corp. Monsanto Fund + Murphy Co.

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Nucor Corp. Peabody Energy Corp. + Pfizer Inc. + PPG Industries Inc. Quaker Windows and Doors Salof Refrigeration Co. Inc. Salvador Foundation Sprint Foundation + Starfire Industries LLC United States Steel Corp. + Vector CANtech Inc. Vessell Mineral Products Corp.

$1,000 to $9,999 Accenture Foundation Inc. + ASM International Associated Glass & Pottery Manufacturing AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP (A) AT&T Services Inc. + Barr Engineering Co. Barrick Goldstrike Mines Inc. + Benson Electric Co. Black & Veatch Blue Jay Farm Brewer Science Inc. Burns & McDonnell Inc. Campbell Engineering Inc. Carpenter Technology Corp. Concrete Strategies

Crawford, Murphy & Tilly Data Architects Et al Inc. Devonian Energy Inc. Doe Run Co. Dynegy Inc. Dyno-Nobel Inc. Eastman Chemical Co. Electric Energy Inc. Emhart Glass Manufacturing Inc. ESPA Corp. FiberLok GeoEngineers Global Brass and Copper Inc. Grimes Consulting Inc. Hefren-Tillotson Inc. High-Temp Inc. Hill House Design Inc. Hunter Engineering Co. Industrial Machine & Engineering Co. International Association for Hydrogen Energy ISSCO Inc. JE Dunn Construction Group Inc. JKI Software Johnson Controls Foundation + Kansas City Power & Light Co. Kansas City Society for Coatings Technology

KBR Energy & Chemicals Kingpin International Inc. Kohler Co. Komatsu America Corp. Kroeter Inc. LaRose Enterprises Linmark Machine Products Inc. Lockheed Martin Corp. + Mansfield Electric Co. Marathon Petroleum Co. LLC + McCarthy McDonough Engineering McEnery Automation Corp. Microbotics Inc. Microsoft Corp. Midwest Subsurface Test LLC Missouri Technology Corp. Missouri Waste Control Coalition Montgomery Consultants MSC National Energy Policy Institute Newfield Exploration Co. Olin Corp. + Parker Hannifin Foundation + Phoenix Sports Technology Power Engineers Inc. Proconex Research!Mississippi Inc.

RJN Foundation Rolla Ophthalmology Associates Inc. Rolla Winnelson Saettele Jewelers Sage Net Schlumberger SCI Engineering Inc. Siemens Building Technologies Inc. Southeast Missouri Home Builders Association Stanton Advanced Ceramics Stoecker & Associates Strategic Insights Ltd. Tetra Tech Inc. Tradewind Energy LLC Traffic Engineers Inc. Union Pacific Corp. + Walmart Foundation Warmboard Weir International Mining Consultants Wiegmann & Associates Inc. Williams, Robinson, Rigler & Buschjost ZIA Science LLC

+ denotes organizations

from which Missouri S&T received matching gifts

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Faculty, staff, students and friends

Daniel & Lisa Anderson Grant Anderson Jeffrey & Danella Anderson (A) Anthony & Frances Andrews (A) Stephen Andrews David Angeli Julia Angst Ben Appel Jr. Villie Appoo James & Nancy Armbruster (A) Dennis & Janet Arnold (A) Richard & Lesly Arnold Becky & Charlie Ash Nancy Ashcraft Wayne & Jeanine Ashwell (A) Mary Ellen Autry Zina Bachert Darla Backer Marian Baer Kevin Baggenstoss Eleanor Bahr Curtis Bailey Pam Bailey Wayne & Helen Baird Richard Bakala Stephen Matthew Baker (A) Deidre Baldwin Michael Bales Douglas Banks Larry Weiss & Mary Jo Barbush-Weiss Pamela Barnabee Robin Barnes Marilyn Barry Barbara Baum Barbara Bayone Vickie Lynn Beason Sandra Beatty Thelma Beaujean Cindy Beckemeier Peter & Marina Wong Becker LaDonna Beddoe Donald & Sharon Beistel Mary Bekebrede James Emery Bell Jim Bell (A) Mary Ann Bell Luann Berens I. Christopher Berg Shirley Berg Roger & Kathryn Berkbuegler (A) Robert Berkelman Gary & Barbara Bertrand (A) John & Peggy Bisbee Ronald & Sara Blair Tommie Blair William & Deborah Bleckman Mark Bloch Judith Block Julie Bloodworth Frances Bloom Rose Blowers Wanda Blue

Matt Blunt Elizabeth Boeckmann Florence Bohnenstiehl John Bohney Norville Jene Bohrer Jo An Bollmann Lynn Bonney Elizabeth Bonrud Cynthia Boschert Nancy Bourgeois Charles Bouse Jr. Kevin & Margaret Bowe Christine Bowman Dennis & Jo Beth Brady Jeffrey Brand Shelley Brandenburg Shirley Brandon (A) Rudolph Bratt Raymond Breckenkamp Kathleen Breitenstein Janet Brett Minnie Breuer Emily Brickler Mary Ann Briggs James Brinkmann Melissa Brooks Gail Brown Keith Ray Brown Kristie Brown Margie Brown Rae Brown Gerald & Deborah Bruce Janet Bruck Michael Bruening Delores Brunt Albert Buckhaulton Jr. Chris & Janet Bujarski Greg Bukaty Bill Burgdorf Linda Burke Mark & Carole Burkemper Harold Burleson Mardell Burtman A. Sam & Ethel Burton Charles & Sue Bustion Daryol & Ann Butcher Donna Butler Donald & Christina Buttig Barbara Byrd Vickie Byrd Maura Cahill Dennis Callanan Elaine Callaway Nancy Bonita Camp MaryAnn Campbell Kirby & Lisa Cannon Michelle Cape Sheryl Cardenzana (A) Carol Carlson Sarah Carlson (A) Anne Carlu Mary Carney (A) Lorie Carr Roger Carr Kathy Carter Randy Carter Yvette Carter Jennifer Maggie Casteleyn Mary Lou Castleman r Paul Catlett

Cheryl Cawley Diane Cews Kelly Chambers Krista Chambers Pam Childears Melvin Chism Sr. Mary Kathryn Christian Sarah Christman (A) Loyd Church Jr. Donald & Brenda Clark J. Beverley & Ruth Clark Kenneth Clark Robert Clark Stephen & Nongluk Clark Peggy Clemens Patricia Ann Clinkenbeard Betty Clippinger Brenda Coffman James Coffman Jeffrey Cohen Gregory Cole Marguerite Coll Daniel & Shelly Collier Harvest & Shirley Collier Stephanie Collins Thomas & Michelle Comage George Conlee Truman & Shirley Conner Gladys Cooper Lavon & Alyce Cooper Elsie Cope Gertrude Corbett Mary Lou Corn Jeffrey Costello John Glenn & Jill Cotita Linda Cotter Cynthia Cottrell Virginia Courtright Pat Cowsert Norman Roy & Georgia Cox Kaye Cozby Shawn Cozby Wallace Craig Claretta Crawford (A) David Cress Clarence & Mary Ann Crider Orrin & Alice Crosser Sondra Crow Joann Cunningham Jeanie Curto Dan Dace Richard Dahlke Julianna Daniels Terry Danley (A) Alicia Dannenberg Murray & Maureen Darby Charles & Jane Dare Ann Davis Donald & Bonnie Davis Mrs. James (Darlene) Davis Nicolet Davis Robert & Wanda Davis r Terri Davis Wilbur Davis Walter Deason Adolph Decker Dorothy Decker Francis Larry & Marilyn Decker Edith Declue

Gregory Delaney (A) Jennifer Demoss Stanley Dennis Ray Derryberry Thomas Devine Luc Devoldere Mary Ellen Dey Kevin & Monica Yvette (Smith) Dickens Gloria Dietrich Matthew Dill Charles Dillon Jimmy Dismuke Gary & Karen Doherty Karen Dohrer Robert Dollard Bryan & Cindy Donnelly Michael & Beverly Dougherty Becky Van Matre Douglas X Margrette Douthit Benjamin Lloyd & Marie Dow Janice Dow Mary Ann Downey Helen Dozier Amy Drahos J. Jeanene Drahos Sylvester Drahos Marilyn Duensing Marjorie Duker Jean Dunham Belinda Dawson Dunlap Allen Dunn Barbara Dunsford Kenneth Durr Hildegard Dutton Joyce Duvall (A) Carmencita Dy Dwayne & Martha Edwards Sandra Ehrhardt Rick Eissinger Elizabeth Elam Neil & Eneke Elfrink Robert Elliott Ann Elwell Daric Elwell Rosalie Elwell Shannon Engelbrecht Kenneth & Dorothy Enix Fikret & Nuran Ercal Gene Erickson Joyce Erkiletian Harold & Earlene Estelll (A) Susan Eudaly Weldon Evans (A) Thomas & Annette Evola Scott & Sherie Fairbairn Lois Farb Timothy Farmer Kenneth Farquhar Susan Farrington Timothy & Melinda Fennessey Kirby & Tammy Ferguson Kenneth & Terry Ferkel Roger Arthur & Toni Ferro-Arthur Jesse Fincher

Michael Patrick & Carol Finn Douglas & Denise Fischer Theresa Fischer David Flagg Susan Flynn Shari Fogarty Leslie Foley Erma Juanita Foreman Gail Forsyth Mark Eckelkamp & Beth France Ronald & Catherine Frank Felix Frank Anna Frazier John & Linda Frederick Lynn Fredricksen Maurine Free William Freiberg Christopher & Patricia Frentzel Laura Freund Dolores Friede Katherine Rosemaria Fritts David Furness Samantha Gabriel Dan Galarza Kathy Gallagher Julie Gallaway Patricia Galloway David Gally Norma Gargus Daniel Garman Barbara Garrett Alyson Garvey Ken Gates Diane Geisert Lance Gentry Carl George Linda Gerber Regina Gerichten Leslie Gertsch Jerry Gervais Peter Michael & Norma Giaraffa Robert Gibbons Harriet Gibson Janet Gifford Louis Gilbert Lynn Gilbraith Paul Gilgen Jack & Jo Ann Gillespie (A) Christine Gilson Jenifer Glisson Elizabeth Glueck Ted Goeckeler Jr. Victoria Goodwin Gary & Norma Gorman Lynn Gottmann Corey Patrick Grace Mary Grant Nancy Grasfeder Brenda Green John Green Jr. Zelda Greenberg (A) M Janice Greenenwald Karen Greer Donald & Goldie Gregory Vicki Gregory Pamela Grider

Dorothy Gronek Dorothy Grove Elaine Grover Edna Grover-Bisker Susan Gruener Bill Grundmann Linda Gunberg James Gunn Brenton Haag Charles & Jeannette Haas Jonathan & Rose Hagee Thomas Haines Jim Haldeman Fiona Hale Paul Halfmann Dennis & Georgia Ann Hall Robert Hall Ginger Hallam Joan Hallemeier Kathy Hamilton Sheila Hamm Ann Hampshire Susan Hand Netty Hanenburg Becky Hanlon Barbara Harbach Laurie Hardin Dee Harding Jeffery Hardy Jack Harms Grace Ella Harper Leann Harrell Thomas Earl Harris Sr. Allan Hartman Bruce Hartman James Hartupee Charlotte Hartzell Barbara Hasty Velma Havin Bob Hawkins Helen Hawkins Bob & Joy Hawks Dick & Fay Haxton Constance Hayes Ralph & Karen Hayes (A) J.K. Headrick Melissa Heaton A.J. Heffley Mike & Susan Heiberg Charles & Peggy Hell r Jared Martin Hellebusch (A) Charlotte Helmer Dick Helton Matthew Hendon Jackie & Diana Knuckles Henry Kay Henry Kimberly Henthorn Faith Herbers K. Adeline Herington Deanna Herold Cleo Hess Neida Heusinkvelt Louis Hiatt William Hickle Wanda Hicks Wilbert Hilgedick David Hill r (A) Otto & Joyce Hill Eugene & Dolores Hirtz

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Stephanie Hoefle Karyl Hoeger David & Diana Hoffmann Harold Richard Hoffmeister Jane Hogan Gloria Hollandsworth Jan Hollenbeck Diane Holley E. Kris Hollifield John Hollingsworth Lisa Hoover James Hotard David Houck Rowland Frederick Howard (A) Richard Howell Kathryn Hubbard Kimberly Huetsch Sue Hufham Stephanie Diana Hurtado (A) Tonya Huskey Jim Ivey (A) Carol Ivy Colleen Jackson Jenise Jackson John Jackson Jerry & Dorothy Jacobs (A) Tamera Jahnke Richard Carl & Beverly Jamison Emily Janaske Stephen & Lorinda Janaske John & Ann Jarrett Susan Jaster Diane Jeansonne Eric Wayne Jelinek William & Jeanne Jenks Barbara Jensen Roger Jett Christopher Roy Jocius Angela Johnson Brenda Johnson Connie Johnson Donald & Janice Johnson John Johnson Judy Hill Johnson R. Vincent Johnson Scott & Vivienne Johnson Wendell Johnson Melinda Johnson-Martin Ronald & Betty Johnston (A) Larry Jones Steven Jones Katharina Jordan Lowell & Mary Jordan Beth Jorgenson Lindasue Jorgenson Rita Juckett Lela Judd Joan Kavish John Kavish Shirley Keisker Katherine Kelly William Kemper Raymond David Kendrick

Carolyn Kent Georgia Kern Dale Kerouac Mary Kessler Laverne Kettler Edward Kienlen Janet Kinder Raymond Kinder Laura King Thomas & Eloise Kipp (A) George & Shelley Kirschner Philip & Susie Klapp Helen Kleekamp Karl & Luellen Klimmek Dale Klinger Lawrence Klinger Jeanne Kloeckner (A) Cynthia Klover Virginia Kluesner Joan Klump Tara Knop Jane Kobel Carolyn Koenig Gary Koenig Michael Kohne Allan & Sharon Kohrmann Ronald & Barbara Kohser Kevin Koontz Anna Kootstra Catherine Kopp Brenda Kostelecky Joseph Koterski Leslie & Barbara Koval r Gary & Joyce Krasche James Kretzmann K. Krishnamurthy Hubert Krug Anne Krumme Janet Kruse Tamara Kuddes Victoria Kuehnel Kirsten Kuhnly Lisa Kurkowski Jean Kurtz Kenneth & Mary Kwantes Mary Lacewell Dennis Glenn Lacey Patti Lamken Richard & Dee Langefeld Roland Langemeier Cathy Langland Bob Lanham Erin Lanigan (A) Charlotte Larson Norma Larson Rick Larson Ed & Brenda Laubinger Charlene Laughlin William Lear Angela Lee Juanita Lee Bob & Linda Lemons Andrew Lemstra H.T. & Sharron Lenox Karen Leu Anthony Lewis

Hillary Lewis Michael & Lori Lewis Mindy Limback Amber Rae Loftis Elizabeth Lombardo Kathleen Long Tricia Long Jerald Louwagie Ronald & Laura Lovall Angela Dawn Lovins Monica Ludwig Roger Lueckenhoff Sandra Luerssen Betty Luke David & Robin Lukefahr Ronaldo & Camille Luna Scott Lyle Thomas & Saundra Burks Lynch Gary Lyndaker William Lynn Sandra Maassen Beatrice Macon George & Sharyl Macormic Terence Madsen Sherry Mahnken Donald & Shirlene Mais Laura Mann Mary Beth Mann Alice Mantia Robert Dennis Marienfeld Lisa Markus (A) Lee & Kelly Marquart (A) Patrick Marshall Ronald Lynn & Mary Ellen Marshall Andrew Marti Greg Martin James Haven Martin L. Gene & Janice Martin Gene & Marcia Martin Mary Martin Deana Mason Raymond Massar Donna Mathews Keith Mathews Glen Eldon Matlock Robert Mattingly James Mauck Arlene Mauer Gregory & Evelyne Maxwell Patricia May Nancy Mayhall John McAlear Debra McBride Diane McCameron Mark McCarter Lynn & Loretta McClure Kenneth McCord Larry & Marian McCord Dan McCormick Kari McCormick Ann McDonald Roderick McDonald Thomas & Mimi McDonough

Dale McFarland Barbara McGauley Katharine McGee Martha McGlinn Lee & Ramona McKenzie Howard & Beatrice McKindra Lisa McKinney Doug McLees Mark Edward McNeal Jr. (A) Edward McNulty Dan McQueen Carol McSweeney Brenda Medlin John & Cathy Megee Paul & Dora Meier Cindy Meinert Igors Melnacis (A) Julie Melton Phyllis Melville Alice Meriwether Donna Mertens Dianne Meyer Jerrold Michael Mark & Deborah Middendorf Carol Millard Melissa Millard William Miller Ronald & Margaret Mills Rajiv Mishra (A) Eleanor Mitter Elizabeth Mitter Daniel & Carol Mohan Robert Moline Dan Montgomery Denise Montgomery Wilda Joyce Mooberry Elizabeth Moore Jessie Moore Peggy Moore Sarah Moore Paul Morphy Denice Morrison Wayne & Judy Morton Glenn Mosher Ann Mueller Rosemary Mueller Sue Ann Mullen John & Ann Murphey Lauren Murphy Dan & Liz Murray Amy Murrell Lori Murry John Myers Afif Nikolai Najjar (A) Juanita Warden Nash Elizabeth Naughton Carolyn Neff Janet Nelson Lisa Nelson Mike Nelson Kenneth James Netzel Jr. Linda Newsom Nancy Nichols Kathleen Nickason

Sandra Nickerson (A) Wayne Niehoff J. Keith & Kim Nisbett Dan Noble Phyllis Nolan (A) Angela Nolfo Clifford Nolte Gerald Nolte Barbara Nooter Rod & Sally Nott (A) Azra Novakovic John Nowell Phyllis Nutting Barbara Taft O’Neil Mary Pat O’Neill David & Patricia Oglesby (A) Marcia Oller Jack & Debi Olson Harold & Donna Osborne Elizabeth Pace Leah Pagel Robert Park William & Carol Parks Myron & Ann Parry Ray Party Carl & Norma Pasley Jagdish & Prabha Patel Paul Patterson Marvin & Mary Patton Clarisa Paulino Fred Goss & Ellen Pearce Jessica Kay Pelc David Pennell Alex Peper (A) Robert & Patricia Perry Richard Pescarino Keith & Ann Petersen William & Lana Phillips Crystal Pierce Jeffrey Pingsterhaus Ginger Pisarik Annette Pistel Debbie Plopper Beverly Pogue Linda Polk Susan Pollmann Bess Ponzer Jana Portell Jeanette Porter (A) James Porterfield Christina Potts Karen Powers Andrew Stephen Priest (A) Kayla Joy (Kensinger) Priest (A) Tracy Prigg Wanda Pyeatt Alicia Pyles John Quinn W. Joseph Racey Olive Rader Clyde Railsback Ben & Donna Randall Mark & Bonnie Ranney Mary Raper Linda Rapp

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W. Joseph & Beverly Rasmussen Sandra Rasmussen (A) Richard & Patricia Rechtien Sherri Redmon Craig Reed (A) Donna Reed Debra Reeves Lawrence & Dorothy Rehagen Roxanne Reinisch David & Karen Rendall (A) Diane Renner Dana Reynolds Francis Rhodes Maxwell Richards Sharon Richards L.B. Richardson Alfred & Margaret Richardson r Nevada Riggar Karon Rilling John & Peggy Risbeck Shirley Risch Gena Clare Robertson Michael & Elizabeth Robillard John & Linda Rockaway r Geneva Rodgers Maureen Rodgers Robert & Linda Rose Rogers Robert & Maggie Rogers Robin Rogers David Rohrig James Ross William Roth Carol Rotz Harold & Lois Rowden Jim & Irene Ruble Susan Rudolph Allen & Patricia Rues Sarah Ruppert Robert Russell X Louise Ruth Constance Sacco Betty Sachs Matthew Sampson Doyle & Libby Sanders Shirley Satterly Lucille Scabarozi (A) Thomas Scallon Deborah Anne Scarborough George & Suzanne Schacher Brian Joseph Schaefer (A) Ross & Cindy Scheibel Stephen & Jill Schifko Diane Schindler Maureen Schlattman Clara Schloss Linda Schloss Neil Schloss William Schlosser Deborah Schlueter Maria Schmid Robin Schmidt-Hooper Sharon Schmidtke

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Faculty, staff, students and friends

Carl Fredrick Schmitz Terry Schneider William & Maureen Schreiber David Schroeder Donna Schubert Paul & Barbara Schubring Beverly Schultz Dale Schwartz Kem Schwieder Debra Scoggins Samantha Scranton Kevin Scro Paula Segert Vicki Seidel Randy & Nancy Sell Wrenae Shabel Edwin & Janice Shafer Gloria Jean Shafer Alene Shearman James & Bettye Sheffield (A) Mary Sheffield (A) Thomas & Jan Shipley Elizabeth Shockley Leo & Barbara Shockley Sidney Shoelen Shaun Shrum Jack Shubatt Ron & Barbara Roellchen Siller Janet Simko Jean Simmons W.G. Sinclair Joseph Sind Ekkehard & Vasudata Sinn (A) Ed & Brenda Skaggs Dale & Denice Skyles John Slaid William & Pauline Slais Walter & Thelma Slovensky George Fuson & Christine Smith Steven & Cynthia Smith Janice Smith Jerralyn Smith Martha Smith Patti Smith Rose Ann Smith Sherri Smith Stephen Smith Becky Snodgrass Bernadette Snyder Paul Snyder Shannon Solomon Nicholas Leventis & Chariklia Sotiriou-Leventis Kelly Souza Thomas & Christine Sowers r X Stan Spadoni (A) Ellen Spangler Millie Spears Alfred & Wealthy Spreng Janice Spurgeon Milford Spurgeon Matthew Bernard Staskelunas (A) Tobi Staudacher (A)

David & Debra Stauffer Nathan Richard Steckel Angela Steidley Johanna Steinmeyer Gene Stephenson Casey Stevens Craig Stevens Christine Stockton John Story Janet Strathman Jane Straus Larry Strelow Kenny & Gina Stringer Jack Strohl Merle Strom Stephanie Stuckey Sharon Subow Dennis Sullivan Rose Surtees Lucy Sutcliffe Dan Sutterfield Retta Sutterfield Taylor Alexander Swanson (A) Dorothy Sy Anna Marie Szatko Robert Taber Lou Ann Taggart Daniel Tauritz Jocelyn Taylor Linda Taylor Lundy Taylor Ron Lee Taylor Gloria Tefft Elizabeth TeGroen Magaly Tejera Amy Terbrock Charles Terry Hannah Malley Terwelp Kevin Tharp Richard Thoma Donald Thomann Drew Michael Thomas Margaret Thomas Rebecca Thomas Suzanne Thomas-Leonard Mabel Thompson Daniel Thorpe Linda Thrasher Lynda Throm Ross Tidemann James Tigner Deborah Tochtrop Susan Tolle Lowell & Bette Tonding Ellen Townsend Margaret Townsend Mary Travis Kathleen Trenner David Tritten (A) Rebecca Trowbridge Doris Tschudy Louis Tschudy Nicholas & Georgia Tsoulfanidis Elinor Tucker Steve Tupper James & Wilma Turner Carolyn Ummel James Underbrink

Irene Utley Karen Valdez Kelly & Karen Van Vleck Joshua Vance James Vandike Jack & Ruby Vandiver Robert Vanvleck Dalia Elena Varanka Albert Vargesko Veda Venable Rosie Vesey R.P. Vessell John Vetter Jerry Vick Tim Viets Robert Vining Jr. Paul Viter Kurt Vitoux John Vochatzer David Vogler Franklin Voris Janice Wacker Andrea Walker Janet Walker Stephanie Walker Candice Wallace Stanley & Clara Wallach Sharon Walsh Kathryn Walter Roberta Walton June Ward Anita Warden Margaret Washam Vicki Watkins Karl Watson Rudene Watson T.P. Watson Beatrice Weaver William Weber Carol Wegener John Weland Donna Welch James Welch Thomas Welge Colleen Wells Linda Wells Gary Welten Gary Eugene & Colleen Welty Jesse & Lenore Welty Karen Wendel David & Amy West Fannie West Loren & Virginia West David Weston Eric Weston Philip & Deborah Westrup Barbara Allen Wheelden Britt & Amy Whitaker James & Lesley White Douglas Whitmore John Wichmann Russell Wick David Wicklund Jessica Wicklund Kenneth Wicklund Henry Allen & Bonnie Wiebe r (A) Floyd & Linda Wieland Robert Wier

John & Vicki Wiese Phillip & Penny Wilkinson Joan Williams Michael Williams Wendetta Williams Paula Willig Douglas Wilmes Amy Wilson Mary Jo Wilson William & Ann Winch Debra Winebrenner Daniel Winkel

Richard & Barbara Wirz James Nial & Hester Wise David Witwer Kristin Wolter Liene Womack Neal Wondel Phyllis Wondel Doris Wood Daniel Woodward X Susan (Holliday) Wrasmann Terrence Wright Jean Wuenscher Arthur Young

David Young Joan Young Karen Young Mary Young Patricia Young Norman & Jean Youngsteadt Reba Zebrowski Kenneth Elmer & Janet Zepernick Merrill Zimmer Isis Zimmerman V.P. Zitterkob

IRA Charitable Rollovers The IRA rollover provision, originally enacted in 2006, permits donors age 70 ½ 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. • You must be at least 70 ½ years of age • Tax benefits apply to direct rollovers up to $100,000 per year for tax years 2009-2010 • The amount must be in the form of an outright gift directly from your IRA custodian; gifts for charitable gift annuities or charitable trusts do not qualify • No income tax charitable deduction is permitted for qualified charitable distributions • Qualified charitable distributions count against your minimum required distributions. 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.

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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, 2008, to June 30, 2009, fiscal year. Campus Volunteers Board of Trustees Richard Arnoldy ’69 r (A) Keith Bailey ’64 r (A) James Bertelsmeyer ’66 r (A) Raymond Betz ’66 r Robert Brinkmann ’71 r John F. Carney III r X Roger Dorf ’65 r Connie Eggert r X Robert Garvey ’61 r Helene Hardy Pierce ’83 r (A) Gary Havener ’62 r (A) Jean Karen (Fischer) Holley ’81 r Thomas Holmes ’50 r M Barry Koenemann ’70 r (A) Steven Malcolm ’70 r John Mathes ’67 r (A) J. Ronald Miller ’64 r Zebulun Nash ’72 r (A) David Price Jr. ’68 r Perrin Roller ’80 r (A) Susan (Hadley) Rothschild ’74 r M (A) Jon Carl Schneider ’87 r (A) Richard Stegemeier ’50 r Jeff Steinhart ’79 r (A) Cynthia Tang ’85 r M (A) Richard Vitek ’58 r M (A) Cheryl Denise (Smith) Walker ’86 Kathryn Ann (Waples) Walker ’82 Theodore Weise ’67 r M Joan (Brune) Woodard ’73 r Steven Wunning ’73 r

African American Recruitment & Retention Committee (AARRC) Sharon Biddle-Ferrell ’79 Danielle Eliza Bowles-Martin Anthony Chiles ’09 Julian Demetrius Davenport Charles Christopher Dawson ’94 Randy Donaldson ’78 (A) Lister Florence ’95 (A)

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Lawrence George ’89 r X (A) Allyson Taylor Hall ’97 Steven Bernard Howard ’93 r (A) Andrea Lynette Hutson LaWanda Michelle (Pritchard) Jones ’91 Jon Charleton King ’97 Ronald Ollie ’73 Steven Parks ’82 Sarah Mia (Palmer) Pates ’98 Gregory Skannal ’85 Andre Trevor Spears ’87 (A) Margaret (Herman) Stockdale ’82 Marvin Woods ’82

AARRC Active Ex-Officio Members Ernest Kelvin Banks ’81 r (A) Henry Brown ’68 r (A) Mark Anthony Crawford Jr. ’96 r Maria Holmes ’83 Gregory McClain ’72 r Robert Morrison Jr. ’71 (A) Zebulun Nash ’72 r (A) James Nicks Jr. ’77

Campaign Steering Committee Richard Arnoldy ’69 r (A) Keith Bailey ’64 r (A) Roger Dorf ’65 r Robert Garvey ’61 r Gary Havener ’62 r (A) Jean Karen (Fischer) Holley ’81 r John Mathes ’67 r (A) J. Ronald Miller ’64 r Zebulun Nash ’72 r (A) David Price Jr. ’68 r Richard Stegemeier ’50 r Jeff Steinhart ’79 r (A) Cynthia Tang ’85 r M (A) Theodore Weise ’67 r M

Corporate Development Council Michelle (Robinson) Adams Eric Anderson Jerri Arnold-Cook

Jane Maria (Bokermann) Aselage ’86 Gregory Baker ’78 (A) Ryan Patrick Barr ’95 Steven Lee Baymiller ’91 Steven John Becher ’96 Mary Bird r Matthew Frederick Bleckman ’04 Sarah Ruth (Reeves) Bock ’87 Heather Jean (Deutscher) Buchwitz ’98 Charles Buel ’73 Stephanie Lynn Buffa ’03 Barbara (Bening) Busby ’79 John F. Carney III r X Vinisha (Bhatt) Clark ’91 Scott Luther Cochran ’91 Erin Nicole Crowley ’07 Bryan Hamilton Cupples ’86 John Ronald Dorn ’94 Natalie Michelle (Sanders) Elder ’98 Cody Gray Christina Ann Griwach ’97 Brady Franklin Hays ’98 Duane David Highley ’83 Michael Gerard Hinkamp ’86 Ted Kenneth Hoog ’98 Jennifer Faye (Damron) Hopper ’98 Thomas Morris Huffman ’97 Brian Jones Brian Scott Jones ’01 Charles Ketterer ’89 Stephen Joseph Lorenz ’86 Joshua Robert Maib ’05 Edward Alton May Jr. ’83 Scott Ronald Mehaffy ’97 Annette (Tijerina) Meyerkord ’01 Maureen (Murphy) Midgley ’82 r Frank Scott Miller ’99 Lea-Ann Morton Larry Mueller ’75 Martin Penning ’80 (A) Kenneth Peterson R. Mark Potrafka Gary Re ’78 Kevin James Reilly ’93 (A) Aaron Paul Robison ’00 Lynn Marion (Davis) Rolen ’89 Timothy Joseph Saxe ’97 David Schepers ’75 (A) David Eldon Schmidt ’98 Jon Carl Schneider ’87 r (A)

Robert Schwartz r Keith Strassner ’79 Adam Rip Stringer ’87 (A) Steve Ross Szabo ’99 Sasha Josef Trupcevic ’08 Robert Tsai Jason Michael Wengler ’96 Megan Noel Weston ’08 Jason Michael Williams ’06

OGS Executive Committee Henry Brown ’68 r (A) John F. Carney III r X Preston Carney ’02 r (A) Hugh Cole ’72 r (A) Kimberly Ann Earl John Eash ’79 r (A) Connie Eggert r X Elliot Michael Gross Michael Haynes ’78 r M (A) Paul David Hirtz ’95 r (A) Ronald Johnson ’70 r (A) Stephanie Martensen Ginny Pahl r Susan (Hadley) Rothschild ’74 r M (A) Catherine Schindler r Jon Carl Schneider ’87 r (A) Patricia (Ruma) Spence ’94 r (A)

Committee Participation Academy of Chemical Engineers Charles Altheide ’56 r (A) Ernest Kelvin Banks ’81 r (A) David Barclay ’76 (A) Richard Bauer ’52 r (A) James Bertelsmeyer ’66 r (A) Marvin Borgmeyer ’74 (A) Glenn Brand ’39 * r Joel Addison Brand ’86 John Brodhacker ’44 (A) David Bunch ’57 r Richard Burkhalter ’67 (A) Ronald Canon ’70 Joseph Chang ’70 r Richard Chapman ’70 (A) Calvin Cobb ’64 r Kim Colter ’73 r Orrin Crosser John Culter ’76

Kimberly Kay Denney ’82 (A) Frank Doering ’70 Brian Keith Donley ’87 Bipin Doshi ’62 r M Donald Dowling Jr. ’51 r Lynn Flaim ’80 H. William Flood ’43 r (A) Ray Forrester ’72 Gary Foutch ’76 Raymond Freeman ’72 r Paul Haas ’50 Gail Louise (Dolan) Hahn ’82 r Risdon Hankinson ’60 r M (A) Dale Harris ’58 Arthur Helwig ’50 r (A) Harry Hershey ’60 r (A) William James r George Jamieson ’50 r M William Jones Jr. ’62 F. Frederick Kielhorn ’87 r Dale Anthony Kyser ’82 (A) Paul Leming ’57 G. Glenn Lipscomb II ’81 (A) Joseph Louvar ’57 (A) Douglas Ludlow Virendra Mathur ’61 Kenneth Mayhan ’65 r S. Dale McHenry ’81 r (A) James McKelvey ’45 r Maureen (Murphy) Midgley ’82 r J. Ronald Miller ’64 r Margaret (Cahill) Montana ’76 Zebulun Nash ’72 r (A) Michael Noble ’79 Leon Otte ’68 Robert Pahl ’68 r (A) Dennis Parker ’68 r (A) Gary Patterson ’60 r (A) Veo Peoples Jr. ’70 Donald Peterson ’50 * James Poarch ’60 David Porchey ’68 r Donald Puyear ’54 (A) Robert Puyear ’54 (A) Eric Rapp ’68 Kenneth Riley ’56 r (A) Jorge Rodriguez ’65 Paul Rothband ’43 r (A) Joseph Schardl Jr. ’68 Dale Schillinger ’56 r (A) Y.T. Shah r Susan Marie Simmons ’84 Richard Soehlke ’52 Steven Souders ’74 Robert Steinkamp ’62 Robert Stevens ’81 r M

Gerald Stevenson ’59 r Allen Kent Thoeni ’63 r (A) Terry Tolliver ’69 Keith George Tomazi ’81 r Roger Truitt ’71 r (A) James Unnerstall ’56 r (A) Fred Vogt II ’66 r Kenneth Wall ’71 Robert Wellek ’68 Charles Wentz Jr. ’57 r (A) Kenneth Wood ’60 r (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 * r Bryan Edward Breyfogle ’96 Holger Er-chah Chen ’72 Jimmie Christen ’65 Cyrus Crowder ’76 Robert Downing ’81 Thomas Dunning Jr. ’65 (A) Nuran Ercal Maciej Gazicki ’85 Harry Neal Grannemann ’61 (A) William James r Janet Lynn (Sellers) Kavandi ’82 James Knox Jr. ’63 Oliver Manuel r Richard Matthews ’02 r X Robert Russell X William Shermer ’64 Loren Dale Sivils ’95 Robert Steinkamp ’62 James Stoffer Jr. ’83 James Stoffer r Glenn Stoner ’62 Jay Switzer Wilbur Tappmeyer ’47 Larry Thompson ’70 Kay Thornton ’78 Richard Vitek ’58 r M (A) Mrs. William (Ruby) Webb ’39 r (A)

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Academy of Civil Engineers Rohn Abbott ’66 William Alsmeyer ’41 * James Anderson ’55 r William Anderson Jr. ’67 r Charles Andrew ’68 William Andrews * r X Richard Arnoldy ’69 r (A) Chester Baker ’55 Donald Ballard ’57 Richard Barr ’61 Valentino Bates ’76 r M Robert Bay ’49 r (A) Jerry Bayless ’59 r (A) James Beavers ’66 Tommie Beckley ’63 Robert Bening ’55 r Laurel Berger ’50 Richard Berning ’69 (A) Robert Berry ’72 r M (A) John Best ’55 r (A) Raymond Betz ’66 r Greg Bolon ’85 Lucien Bolon Jr. ’59 r (A) Mark Botkin ’68 Richard Thomas Bradley ’88 (A) Steven Brady ’67 Rodney Breuer ’79 Robert Brinkmann ’71 r Henry Brown ’68 r (A) Thomas Buechler Jr. ’71 r David Busse ’81 Robert Butchko ’71 Harold Butzer ’47 r Edward Calcaterra ’52 r Robert Campbell ’71 John F. Carney III r X Frank Carroll ’55 Franklin Y. Cheng (A) Danny Chilton ’65 Louis Chiodini Jr. ’61 Thomas Christy ’80 William Clarke ’74 r (A) Matteo Coco ’66 r (A) Glen David Comstock ’68 John Critchfield ’74 Michael Crow ’72 Joseph Crowe ’58 Robert Dacey ’64 David Diestelkamp ’77 Stanley Dolecki ’50 (A) Robert Durney ’70 Gene Edwards ’52 r M (A) Kevin Eisenbeis ’79 (A) Richard Elgin ’74 r Max Ethridge ’70 Charles Etwert ’71 Larry Farmer ’61 r (A) David Fenton ’63 C. Stuart Ferrell ’64 (A) James Foil ’74 r (A) William Ford ’66

Gary Forsee ’72 r M (A) Lynn Frasco ’68 (A) James Frey ’74 (A) Herman Fritschen Jr. ’51 r (A) Richard Frueh ’75 * r Jeng-Fuh Ger ’85 James Gorrell ’67 r Dominic Grana ’72 (A) William Green ’68 r Willis Grinstead ’56 r (A) Norbert Groppe ’57 Don Gunther ’60 r M Edward Halter ’71 (A) Mark Alan Harms ’83 r Stanley Harris ’75 Paul Hartwig ’80 Charles Barry Hayden ’65 r Jack Haydon ’58 r (A) Richard Heagler Sr. ’57 r (A) Don Henderson ’59 r Thomas Herrmann ’50 r (A) Philip Hoge ’64 Bradley Harry Hornburg ’69 r J. Leroy Hulsey ’64 Michael Hurst ’74 r (A) Gary Hutchison ’74 (A) Rosemary (Love) Ingram ’78 Lewis Daniel Israel ’83 James Jackson ’59 Robert Jenkins ’53 r (A) Vernon Jones ’53 r M Philip Jozwiak ’66 r (A) Gregory Junge ’65 r (A) Patrick Karney ’76 Warren Keith ’72 (A) Robert Kemper ’49 (A) Albert Kerr ’64 r Leonard Kirberg ’66 r M Kyle Kittrell ’76 Dale Klohr ’58 Richard Klusmeyer ’70 Stephen Knobbe ’85 Barry Koenemann ’70 r (A) John Andrew Komlos ’85 r Donald Kozeny ’57 Joseph Krispin ’54 r Frederick Kummer Jr. ’55 r (A) Roger LaBoube ’70 Allan LaPlante ’63 r James Latham ’65 Gary Lee ’71 David Lewis ’78 r James Lovelace ’60 (A) Charles Lyons ’64 Francis Lyons ’50 * r James Lyons ’66 John Mathes ’67 r (A) Larry McCallister ’78 James McGrath ’49 * Gilbert McKean ’62 Garth McKinney ’43 T. Michael McMillen ’67 r (A)

Arthur Meenen ’46 (A) Joseph Mickes ’58 John Moll ’69 (A) William Montgomery ’58 r Jonathan Motherwell ’74 r (A) Carroll Muenks ’76 Paul Rudolph Munger ’58 r Matthew Nail ’76 (A) David Owsley ’61 John Parker ’65 James Patterson ’54 (A) Lowell Patterson ’66 Carl Gene Penzel ’55 Joseph Perkins ’61 (A) Ronald Dean Petering ’83 Thomas Petry ’67 Ronald Pierce ’65 R. David Plank ’59 (A) Paul Patrick Poepping ’65 Eric Potts ’73 (A) Doyle Powell ’67 r Lynne Puetz ’73 Ray Purvis ’74 Dana Reel ’73 Joseph Reichert ’59 (A) Thomas Richter ’73 Charles Riggs ’64 J. Kent Roberts ’50 r James Roberts ’53 Roddy Jack Rogers ’81 Richard Ross ’59 r Eugene Russell Sr. ’58 r (A) Robert Meredith Saxer ’61 r Larry Schall ’71 George Schillinger ’63 Paul Schnoebelen III ’77 r (A) Joseph Senne Jr. ’51 r X (A) Humbert Sfreddo ’58 (A) Charles Shackelford ’80 Robert Shoolbred ’54 Robert Sieckhaus ’63 (A) Steven Robert Sieckhaus ’87 Michael Simac ’78 Kevin Skibiski ’75 r (A) Richard Stephenson r Bryan Stirrat ’67 r (A) Waldemar Stopkey ’52 r (A) Claude Strauser ’69 Richard Sumner ’77 Graham Sutherland III ’64 (A) John Theiss ’51 LeRoy Thompson ’56 r (A) Marcus Thornsberry ’83 Kevin Zane Truman ’85 Charles Turner ’66 Gary Turner ’66 James Van Buren ’63 r (A) David Visintainer ’71 Alvin Wansing ’69 (A) William Dwayne Webb ’67 Ernst Weinel ’44 Carl Weis ’43 (A)

Doug Wesselschmidt ’83 Gary John White ’85 (A) Thomas Whitecotton III ’62 Robert Wayne Whitehead ’61 r (A) Steve Willis ’67 Willis Wilson ’73 r Warren Kent Wray r John Wright ’61 Christopher Yarnell ’84 Wei-Wen Yu r Thomas Zenge ’69 r (A) Walter Zimmermann ’62

Academy of Computer Science Margy (Rice) Beckmeyer ’73 William Eaton ’70 r Robert Feldmann ’80 Donald Gaitros ’66 James Gantt ’72 Daniel Hirschbuehler ’80 John Hock ’82 r Jean Karen (Fischer) Holley ’81 r Randy Kerns ’74 (A) Michael Koclanes ’79 Herbert Krasner ’73 John Lovitt ’70 r Daniel McNicholl ’80 Adonica (Henley) Randall ’75 (A)

Danny Reed ’78 Richard Schuessler ’72 Marcus Smith Jr. ’76 James Sowers ’69 r Karen Deborah Squires Foelsch ’89 Mark Stratman ’73 r Dean Swisher ’70 r Ralph James Szygenda ’70 r (A) Cynthia Tang ’85 r M (A) Kim Wayne Tracy ’85 Susan Elaine Watson-Hajjar ’83 (A) Joan (Brune) Woodard ’73 r

The Team Missouri Solar House, pictured here during initial construction on the Missouri S&T campus, scored 11th out of 20 houses erected in Washington, D.C., for the Solar Decathlon. Aided by house manufacturer Thermocore of Missouri, S&T students reassembled the walls and roof of the house on the National Mall in just two days.

r OGS member | (A) Miner Alumni Association donor | M Hasselmann Society member | X KMST Charter Society member |

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Academy of Electrical & Computer Engineering Max Anderson r M Michael Apprill ’70 Richard Arnold ’69 (A) David Begley ’73 Wayne Bennetsen ’41 r (A) Jonas Bereisa Jr. ’67 William Blumfelder ’66 (A) James Bondi ’71 (A) Robert Boschert ’58 Phil Browning ’48 Maurice Brubaker ’65 r Lloyd Brunkhorst ’61 Walter James Carr Jr. ’40 James Coffman ’60 Thomas Joseph Dalton ’84 (A) Elroy Denningmann ’68 Anthony Derhake ’69 Earl Dille Robert Dockey ’70 Richard Duncan ’49 James Eckhoff ’60 r Richard Eimer Jr. ’71 r (A) Kelvin Erickson ’78 r (A) D. Ronald Fannin r M Mark Fehlig ’73 Martha (Shultz) Fowler ’61 (A) James Fricke ’75 r (A) Gary Fulks ’71 Walter Gajda Jr. r M Chandrakant Gandhi ’50 Thomas Gaylord ’65 Richard Gillette ’65 Charles Gross ’66 (A) Robert Hanna ’43 r Robert Hansen ’49 Thomas Herrick ’58 (A) Duane David Highley ’83

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 r (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 Robert Mayse ’57 John McKee ’41 r M (A) David Wayne McNabb ’86 James McNabb ’58 George McPherson Jr. H. Edward Midden III ’69 (A) Russell Monie Jr. ’74 J. Derald Morgan ’65 r Jack Morris ’65 r George Mueller ’39 r M (A) Charles Naslund ’74 r Nicola Ann (Utterback) Nelson ’66 William Oberschelp ’53 (A) Wilson Overall ’59 David Patterson Richard Paul ’66 r Michael Perry ’72 James Peterson ’66 Norman Pond ’59 r M Harvey Randall ’74 (A) David Raterman ’73 Paul Ray ’63 (A) 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) Neal Schaeffer ’68 George Schindler ’73 r (A) Kevin Wayne Schneider ’86 Larry Schnurbusch ’69 Kiritkumar Shah ’72 Donald Shaw ’69 Giles Sinkewiz ’57 David Sizemore ’71 James Skiles ’51 Daniel Smith ’85 Harry Smith ’42 * r James Smith ’47 (A) Louis Smith ’66 r P. Gene Smith ’44 E. Keith Stanek r Harold Steinbruegge ’57 Jack Stewart ’56 (A) Paul Stigall ’62 Robert Strain ’50 Jerry Swearingen ’54 Kent Swearingen ’63 Thomas Sweeney ’69 Cynthia Tang ’85 r M (A) George Tomazi ’58 r M Edward Tuck ’53 r Thomas Van Doren ’62 r M E. Harold Vannoy ’63 Roger Volk ’68 r M (A) Thomas Voss ’69 r (A) Cheryl Denise (Smith) Walker ’86 Michael Walker ’69 (A) William Walker ’58 r (A) Albert Weinrich ’59 Theodore Weise ’67 r M David Allan Whiteley ’84 r Roy Wilkens ’66 r Ronald Willoughby ’73 (A) Donald Willyard ’62 John Wolf ’67 r (A) Ralph Wolfram ’50 Laszlo Zala ’55 (A)

Academy of Engineering Management Dan Amsden ’75 John Francis Bade ’85 (A) Merl Baker ’63 Joe Ballard ’72 Robert Edwin Benezette ’72 r John Bertelsmeyer ’70 r Mary Besterfield-Sacre ’86 Robert Bruce ’69 (A) Randy Lewis Buschling ’83 Daniel Cole ’75 r Phillip Colombatto ’71 Jeffrey Cook ’94 Gregory Dean Daily ’86 Madison Daily ’84 r Rochelle Ann Delaroche ’83 Daniel DeRiemer ’72 (A) Russell Espinosa ’82 James Faletti ’71 r (A) Wilbur Feagan ’76 r M Kevin Ray Fritzmeyer ’85 Gary Frossard ’73 Lisa (Baganoff) Gaynor ’83 Helene Hardy Pierce ’83 r (A) Timothy Holcer ’74 Thomas Francis Hughes ’91 Frederick Kocher ’72 James Lucas ’72 r (A) Terry McCallister ’78 r (A) Gregory McClain ’72 r Jesse McMahan ’66 r John Alfred Moritz Jr. ’76 Phillip Ostapowicz ’78 Thomas Owens ’68 r Mathew Wade Pitsch ’85 Stephen Alexander Raper ’85 Barry Schaffter ’73 (A) Ronald Schuster ’71 r

Gregory Sedrick ’82 Henry Sineath r Francis Greg Slack ’70 Jeff Steinhart ’79 r (A) Howard Stine Jr. ’70 r (A) William Stoltz ’68 X Henry Allen Wiebe r (A) Kenneth Williams ’71

Academy of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineers Joseph Abernathy ’77 Bassem Armaly r X Jane Maria (Bokermann) Aselage ’86 James Auiler ’67 Arthur Baebler ’55 (A) Keith Bailey ’64 r (A) William Barbier ’53 r Richard Baumann ’67 r Diane (Krupp) Beamer ’73 Michael Behan ’71 John Behr ’81 r David Berg ’57 (A) A. James Berkel ’59 r James Berthold ’60 r Michael Bray ’70 r William Breig ’62 Stephen Brendle ’69 David Alan Brewer ’82 r Raymond Bucy Jr. ’58 r Alfred Buescher ’64 (A) Romuald Buescher ’53 Stephen Bugg ’65 r Michael Bytnar ’68 r (A) Kenneth Cage ’63 r Richard Campbell ’62 r Donald Capone ’58 r (A) Gary Dean Clubb ’68 r Charles Copeland ’62 r (A) Glenn Cordes ’60

David Crow ’66 r Patrick Davidson ’70 r Roger Dorf ’65 r James Dycus ’66 John Eash ’79 r (A) Bill Engelhardt ’60 r Daniel George Engler ’84 Eugene Fadler ’62 * Gary Ferguson ’72 r Virgil Flanigan ’60 Donald Fluchel ’72 Russell Flye ’71 r (A) Michael Foresman ’67 r (A) Robert Freeland ’60 r Evelyn Gayer ’73 Phillip Scott Gegesky ’68 r S. Craig George ’74 r Jerry Gilmore ’60 r Thomas Greene ’71 Thomas Gresham ’62 Ronald Griesenauer ’70 Harold Dennis Haubein ’66 r Vance Havens ’74 James Higbee ’66 r Gary Hinz ’65 r Herman Hirner ’70 John Hodges ’61 r (A) Gary Holland ’64 r Timothy Houghton ’68 r Dennis Jaggi ’70 r Richard Janis ’68 r Jonathan Jansky ’73 r Anthony Jatcko ’64 Glenn Willard Jenkins ’59 r Richard Johnson ’83 r Rollie Johnson ’62 r Ronald Johnson ’70 r (A) Richard Jordan ’70 r (A) Jack Jost ’58 (A) Gene Kalhorn ’67 Thomas Kalin ’57 r John Greg Kellerman ’82 r Gerald Kettler ’65 (A) Nand Kishore Kochhar ’86

Missouri S&T students continue to draw the attention of prospective employers. Recruiters representing almost 200 employers talked to Missouri S&T students during the campus’s annual fall career fair in September. Several companies also presented workshops on what recruiters look for during the fair.

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Robert Kostelnik ’75 Kraig Kreikemeier ’63 r (A) Prakash Krishnaswamy ’73 James Lambert Jr. ’69 r Gerald Lee ’76 Dale Leidy ’61 r William Logel Jr. ’68 r Michael McComas ’69 r Donald McGovern ’58 r (A) Ralph McKelvey ’48 * r Michael Meyer ’75 r Ashok Midha r Norman Miller ’68 r John Mills ’85 Barton Moenster ’71 r (A) Steven Moss ’76 r Robert Mueller ’68 r James Murphy ’68 r Richard Navarro ’70 Stuart Obermann ’79 Jorge Ochoa ’85 r (A) Calvin Ochs ’49 r John Park ’95 r X (A) Fred Parks ’69 r Ted Peachee ’72 Ronald Allen Peterson ’71 Dale Pitt ’72 r John Pitts ’80 Mary Ellen (Herre) Plese ’84 Roland Pohlman Jr. ’53 r Jada Dianne (Jenkins) Reese ’84 Charles Remington ’49 r (A) Lloyd Reuss ’57 r John William Ricketts ’61 r (A) George Salof ’67 r Harry Sauer Jr. ’56 * Raymond Schaffart ’63 r (A) Harold Andrew Schelin Jr. ’66 r Charles Schmidt Jr. ’67 r Robert Schmidt ’73 r Jon Carl Schneider ’87 r (A) Ronald Schoenbach ’70 Carl Schopfer ’68 r Gary Schumacher ’63 r Eugene Sehl Jr. ’63 r John Shelton ’71 James Shildmyer ’56 r (A) O. Morris Sievert ’44 r M (A) Richard Smith ’77 Lisa Diane (Jones) Sombart ’84 Randy Southmayd ’81 r Frederick Springer ’49 r (A) Frank Statkus ’71 Louis Steinhauser ’80 Wilbert Stoecker ’48 Gary Stripling ’69 Stephen Thies ’72 (A) John Toomey ’49 r M Gary Trippensee ’62 r Lloyd Tuggle ’58 George Uding ’59 r Ralph Uthe ’68

James Vangilder ’68 r Richard Vehige ’68 r Stephen Voss ’82 John Wiesehan ’72 r Gregory Williams ’76 Robert Williams Jr. ’74 r Ronald Williams ’63 r (A) Donald Wojtkowski ’69 r Randall Alan Wood ’85 Ronald Woodard ’69 r (A) Gordon Wright ’66 r

Academy of Mines & Metallurgy Jose Agapito ’64 Rex Alford ’40 r (A) Hubert Barger ’39 r (A) John Bartel ’52 r (A) David Bartine ’66 (A) Gerald Bersett ’65 r Jesse Bodine ’50 r John Charles Borthwick ’86 r (A) Robert Brackbill ’42 r (A) Richard Bullock ’51 r Alan Burgess ’54 r M John Burst ’43 * (A) James Chaney ’48 r (A) Richard Chao ’71 r Clinton Clark ’63 r Richard Cole ’47 r (A) William Daniels ’64 Delbert Day ’58 r M (A) Paul Dowling ’40 r Gary Downey ’62 Avery Ala Drake Jr. ’50 (A) Donald Falkingham ’41 r M (A) John Farmer III ’63 r Francis Fennerty ’49 r Armin Fick ’41 * r (A) Ralph Flori Jr. ’79 Harold Garner ’76 r Robert Garvey ’61 r Louis Gignac ’79 Joseph Gladbach ’79 r Edwin Goetemann ’44 r (A) David Grimm ’50 r Alden Hacker ’41 r (A) Gene Haertling ’54 Delores (James) Hinkle ’75 (A) Thomas Holmes ’50 r M Robert Hopler ’54 William Horst ’51 r M (A) Wayne Huebner ’82 r James Humphrey ’79 J. Richard Hunt ’50 r (A) Orville Hunter Jr. ’60 r Byron Keil ’52 r (A) Robert Keiser ’65 r Albert Kidwell ’40 * r Dennis Nicholas Kostic ’70 r

Harold Krueger ’42 r M (A) Donald Kummer ’55 Eugene Lang Sr. ’53 r (A) Walter Paul Leber ’40 r (A) George MacZura ’52 r Vernon McGhee ’42 r (A) Robert J.M. Miller ’50 Gazanfer Mohajir ’67 William Mount ’73 r Walter Mueller Jr. ’63 r Norbert Neumann ’52 r James Neustaedter ’43 * r M Marvin Nevins Jr. ’41 r (A) Thomas O’Keefe IV ’80 r J. Michael Party ’78 r William Patton Jr. ’59 Robert Peppers ’50 Virgil Lee Powell ’55 r (A) Robert Quenon ’79 r Joseph Quinn ’49 r (A) Christopher Ramsay ’83 r (A) Stephen Rector ’72 r (A) John Reiss Jr. ’71 r (A) John Remmers ’84 r (A) Frederick Rocchio Jr. ’70 Perrin Roller ’80 r (A) Joseph Rupp ’72 Theodore Ruppert ’52 r Robert Scanlon ’73 r (A) Robert Schafer ’52 r Joseph Sevick ’49 r M (A) Steven Shaw ’73 William Shepard ’51 Gregory Skannal ’85 James Spehr ’64 r George Stegemeier ’52 Richard Stegemeier ’50 r Stephen Suellentrop ’74 r (A) Bruce Tarantola ’51 r (A) George Taylor ’64 (A) James Kenneth Thompson ’73 r (A) Dianna Tickner ’79 r (A) Carlos Tiernon ’54 r Charles Travelstead ’74 r Torie Ann Vandeven ’77 r Philip Wade ’71 r (A) Samuel Weaver ’64 r (A) William Keith Wedge ’70 r M (A) Kent Weisenstein ’60 r Marvin Zeid ’51 r M Jeffrey Zelms ’70 r M

Advisory Board, Education Amy Elizabeth Aubuchon ’98 Kathryn Berkbuegler (A) Roger Berkbuegler (A) Margaret Brown Richard Bryant Travis Curtis ’05

Ronald Frank Jerry Giger Larry Gragg X Steve Guffey Amy Herrman Nathan Daniel Hoven ’98 Merilee Krueger EvaLee Lasater Stephanie Deanne Mathis ’00 Doyla Mentis Oran Pringle Robert Roe Dawn Marie (Sharp) Scheiderer ’97 Thomas Schuman r Kristine Swenson Joy Tucker John Westerman John Wiggins ’70 r

Advisory Board, Geology & Geophysics Mitchell Eliot Barklage ’03 David Michael Borrok ’95 William Howard Dennis III ’99 Bruce Doe ’56 M (A) Joseph Daniel Drew ’00 Farouk El-Baz ’61 Ronald Greeley ’66 Patricia Michelle Gregg ’00 Elizabeth Jean (Morris) Griffith ’00 Ann Marisa Hagni ’80 J. Richard Hunt ’50 r (A) Robert Koch Jr. ’00 r Zachary Sims Lawrence ’03 Erwin Mantei ’62 J. Michael Party ’78 r Cheryl Seeger ’80 r X Jeffrey Spooner ’02 Edith Ann (Foale) Starbuck ’83 William Keith Wedge ’70 r M (A)

Advisory Board, History & Political Science Natalie Marie Drew ’89 Samuel Mahaney Sr. ’85 Rebecca Jo Prater ’05 Cordell Edmunds Smith ’88 Cynthia Louise Tharp ’02

Advisory Board, Psychology Christopher Brannon ’85 Michael Bratcher ’81 r Laura Ford Breitenstein ’84

Richard Chiles ’73 Amy Lynn Noelker ’85 (A) G. Suzanne Olson ’94 r M Patrice Ryan ’74 Roger Vessell ’78 James Whitten ’72 Lillian Anne (Freeman) Wickliffe ’84

Advisory Board, School of Management & Information Systems Darryl Brinkmann ’78 Vinisha (Bhatt) Clark ’91 Michael Christopher Fox ’90 Jean Karen (Fischer) Holley ’81 r Gary Johnston Mark Jordan Jeffrey Kelly ’78 Jeffrey Marker ’88 Bill Marshall X Kevin Smyth Stefanie Kirsten Thelen ’99 Patrick Wilson ’69 Michael Woessner ’76 (A)

Advisory Board, University Theatre Cindy Beger Mary Bird r Jasmane Gerard Boyd Linda Boswell Bramel ’89 Emily Brickler Patti Fleck Lorie Francis X Patty Frisbee James Murphy Stephanie Rostad Elaine Russell Catherine Tipton Christopher Waller John Woodfin (A)

Advisory Council, Chemical & Biological Engineering Ernest Kelvin Banks ’81 r (A) Marvin Borgmeyer ’74 (A) Steven Bridges ’74 (A) Brian Keith Donley ’87 David Fontaine ’81 Christopher Isom ’85 Daniel Klingenberg ’85 Kurt Koelling ’88 Philip Woon Yau Ling ’92 Jason Blair McHaney ’91

r OGS member | (A) Miner Alumni Association donor | M Hasselmann Society member | X KMST Charter Society member |

Michael Quinn ’75 John Stephen Rustige ’87 Susan Marie Simmons ’84 Robert Stevens ’81 r M Keith George Tomazi ’81 r

Development Board, Mining Engineering John David Anderson ’81 John Cramer Roger Gagliano Greg Gajewski Bryan Galli ’82 Mark Hrutkay James Humphrey ’79 Bruce Jones William Kennedy ’05 Dennis Nicholas Kostic ’70 r Paul Anthony Lang ’83 (A) Stephen Lang ’79 Richard Marston Ed McCord Joe Mehl A. Bruce Neil David Obergefell Patrick Dion Risner ’93 Roy Neal Stanton ’87 Jerry Tystad Chris Upp ’96 Rob Vogel Christopher James Ward ’96

Development Board, Nuclear Engineering Omar Ivan Aguilar ’85 Steven Aumeier David Bartine ’66 (A) Colin Boardman Mario Carelli Carlos Henry Castano Robert Wayne Clark ’83 C. Dennis Croessmann ’81 Wiley Davidson Phillip Dean Ferguson ’88 Harold Garner ’76 r Gerald Goldsmith Timothy Herrmann ’81 Baard Johansen Arvind Kumar Eric Loewen Jaime Heigle McCoy ’95 Michael Middleton ’82 Tod Moser Gary Mueller ’76 r John Sackett Gerald Schlapper Craig Alan Schneider ’98 Lisa Ann (Stiles) Shell ’94 Erik Frederick Shores ’95 Scott Edward Brookshire Sidener ’93 Fred Silady

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Daniel Mark Stepanovic ’82 Robert Stoddard Robert Tsai Shoaib Usman John Charles Wagner ’92 Starnes Walker ’88 Laurie Waters H.J. Zeile

Engineering Advisory Board Paul Baldetti ’81 (A) Frederick Mark Booth ’86 Lawrence Britt ’79 (A) Lynn Flaim ’80 Russell Dean Harrell ’86 Timothy Herrmann ’81 Edward Koplar ’96 Robert Kruse Jr. ’81 r Philip McPherson ’83 Ted Peachee ’72 John Remmers ’84 r (A) Jon Carl Schneider ’87 r (A) Jeff Steinhart ’79 r (A) Dianna Tickner ’79 r (A) Kathryn Ann (Waples) Walker ’82 Joan (Brune) Woodard ’73 r

Industrial Advisory Board, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Angela Cecelia Berring ’04 Frances Denise (Hilding) Bryant ’00 Shane Calkins ’89 Michael Chase ’74 Brian Est ’89 Edward Joseph Feltrop ’92 Fathi Finaish Jacopo Frigerio ’93 James Gerdeen Keith Allen Gettinger ’00 Keith Gray ’99 John Greg Kellerman ’82 r Michael Meyer ’75 r Ashok Midha r Robert Mueller ’68 r J. Keith Nisbett Jorge Ochoa ’85 r (A) Dale Pitt ’72 r Kamran Rokhsaz ’78 (A) Jon Carl Schneider ’87 r (A) Wilbert Stoecker ’48 Jeff Tayon Chris Allen Thomason ’85

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Miner Alumni Association Alumni Association Board of Directors Ravi Chandra Akella ’09 Prabhu Kumar Angajala Gregory Keith Ardrey ’89 Arthur Baebler ’55 (A) Paul Baldetti ’81 (A) Ernest Kelvin Banks ’81 r (A) Richard Bauer ’52 r (A) Robert Bay ’49 r (A) Jerry Bayless ’59 r (A) Robert Berry ’72 r M (A) James Bertelsmeyer ’66 r (A) Marvin Borgmeyer ’74 (A) Robert Brackbill ’42 r (A) Jason Bridges ’00 r (A) Henry Brown ’68 r (A) David Bufalo ’66 (A) Matteo Coco ’66 r (A) Paul Dowling ’40 r Randall Dreiling ’81 (A) John Eash ’79 r (A) Richard Eimer Jr. ’71 r (A) Richard Elgin ’74 r Shawnna Louise (Morris) Erter ’00 Thomas Feger ’69 (A) John Robert Frerking ’87 Daniel Frisbee ’72 (A) Rhonda (Reed) Galaske ’79 (A) Leyla Denise Gardner Arthur Giesler ’77 r (A) Jarrod Robert Grant ’98 (A) Rakesh Vathsal Gudavarthy Helene Hardy Pierce ’83 r (A) Larry Hendren ’73 r M (A) Polly (Reed) Hendren ’73 r M (A) Gary Hines ’95 Delores (James) Hinkle ’75 (A) Latesha May Humphrey Michael Hurst ’74 r (A) Ronald William Jagels ’86 (A) Marylou Wade Legsdin ’90 r Dennis Leitterman ’76 r (A) Peter Malsch ’62 r (A) Christopher Martin Mayberry ’98 James McGrath ’49 * H. Edward Midden III ’69 (A) Zebulun Nash ’72 r (A) James Patterson ’54 (A) Christopher Ramsay ’83 r (A) Darlene (Meloy) Ramsay ’84 r (A)

Todd Steven Rastorfer ’98 Stephen Rector ’72 r (A) John Remmers ’84 r (A) Perrin Roller ’80 r (A) Andrew Charles Ronchetto ’09 (A) Stephanie Rostad Susan (Hadley) Rothschild ’74 r M (A) Nathan Gabriel Rues ’02 (A) Robert Scanlon ’73 r (A) Andrew Singleton ’00 (A) Gregory Skannal ’85 Dale Allan Spence ’97 r (A) Gerald Stevenson ’59 r Brian Ronald Tenholder ’97 David Tepen ’90 (A) LeRoy Thompson ’56 r (A) John Toomey ’49 r M Jon Vaninger ’63 (A) Breck Ray Washam ’90 (A) Susan Elaine Watson-Hajjar ’83 (A) William Keith Wedge ’70 r M (A) Janet Louise Wickey-Spence ’85 r (A) John Holt Ziegler

Alumni Association Appointed Committee Members Dewey Allgood Jr. (A) Keith Bailey ’64 r (A) Linda Boswell Bramel ’89 Ryan William Brunkhorst Andrew Careaga (A) Jeffrey Cawlfield r (A) Gene Edwards ’52 r M (A) Richard Elgin ’74 r Cecilia (Gutierrez) Elmore ’86 r Curt Elmore ’86 r James Foil ’74 r (A) Lawrence George ’89 r X (A) Edward Hanstein ’71 Polly (Reed) Hendren ’73 r M (A) Wayne Huebner ’82 r Thomas Francis Hughes ’91 KiDahn Lee Jones ’06 Roger LaBoube ’70 Curtis Carl McDonald Cheryl McKay Megan Renee McLain Sarah Moore Melanie Mormile Mark Mullin Calvin Ochs ’49 r William Joe Peach ’75 Jonathan Glenn Pollmann Christopher Ramsay ’83 r (A) Thomas Shipley Kevin Skibiski ’75 r (A) Lynn Stichnote Joann Stiritz

Mary Helen (Hunter) Stoltz ’95 Norman Tucker ’40 r (A) Dave Verkamp Alexander Paul Vitale

Alumni Association Section Officers James Abbott ’75 Alycia Ann Ahrens ’01 (A) Daniel Thomas Aiken ’06 Katherine Marie (Thompson) Aiken ’06 David Allen Akers ’99 David Brian Akers ’82 (A) Robert Daniel Alferink ’98 Ancell Mark Atkins ’85 Paul Michael Balaster ’02 Bret Baldwin ’93 (A) Regina (Turner) Baldwin ’93 (A) Kenneth Bandelier ’97 David Michael Bash ’06 (A) Jennifer Louise Bayless ’89 Jason Beckerdite ’02 Michael David Becvar ’94 (A) Richard Berning ’69 (A) Tricia Marie (Kuhne) Bohler ’93 Frederick Bondurant ’69 Glenn Whiteman Brand ’83 Mindy Sue (Woodill) Brand ’84 Christopher Brannon ’85 Randal Braun ’68 James Donald Bridges ’00 r John Donald Brocke ’97 Richard Alan Brown ’83 Matthew William Bryant ’01 Courtney Ryan Buck ’03 Jason Michael Buenemann ’02 David Bufalo ’66 (A) Ryan Lawrence Buschjost ’94 Brian Thomas Call ’97 Barry Lee Callahan ’99 (A) Janet Lynn (Herzberg) Callahan ’99 (A) Michael Robert Carlson ’99 Preston Carney ’02 r (A) Scott Dewey Carney ’86 James Carter ’66 Karen Kathleen (Kremer) Carver ’97 Erin (Gifford) Chamberlain ’01 Charles Church ’50 (A) Christina Rose (Duker) Cook ’95 (A) Kamila Jean (Crane) Cozort ’85 Lori (Stapp) Crocker ’88 (A) Sean Joseph Daly ’96 Charles Robert Davis IV ’01 James DeSpain ’61 (A) Eddie Doss ’80 (A)

Theresa (Jochens) Dowdy ’88 Randall Dreiling ’81 (A) Kenneth Allen Drummond ’86 Henry Pat Duvall ’62 r (A) Curt Eggen ’04 Erich Elmer ’95 Lindsay Anne Epstein ’06 Melanie (Longi) Ewert ’07 Thomas Feger ’69 (A) Gary Fischer ’76 David Freise ’77 John Robert Frerking ’87 Bradley Alden Fulton ’88 (A) Collette Galaske ’06 Amanda Tiffany (Conigliaro) Garrison ’07 (A) Matthew Scott Garrison ’08 (A) Matthew Gebhardt ’02 John Goethe ’92 Mark Steven Goldsmith ’94 Kraig Gordon ’76 r M (A) Dirk Lynn Gowin ’91 Kevin Hagan ’80 William Hallett ’55 r Gary Hamilton ’71 Helene Hardy Pierce ’83 r (A) Eric Daniel Hensley ’97 Gary Hines ’95 K. Daniel Hinkle ’73 (A) Roger Hoffman ’62 (A) David Hollrah ’70 Matthew David Houser ’97 (A) Alison Elizabeth Ibendahl ’05 (A) Nikodem Maria Jedrzejewski ’98 Brian Joseph Johnson ’02 r Ernest James Jones Jr. ’82 James Jones ’71 (A) Roger Lee Keller ’75 J. Curtis Killinger ’73 r (A) Jeremiah David King ’06 (A) Gregory Scott Kremer ’95 (A) Michael Shannon Lambert ’90 Merritt Langston ’50 Adam Robert Lewis ’04 James Libiez ’63 (A) John Lina ’63 Andrew George Lozier ’06 Stephan Virgil Magenta ’99 (A) Peter Malsch ’62 r (A) Jennifer Lee Marshall ’96 (A) Victoria Lynn (Presser) Mattingly ’99 Edward Alton May Jr. ’83 Thomas May ’66 (A) Christopher Martin Mayberry ’98 Laura Ruth McLaughlin ’99 Alan Means ’80 James Medlin ’67 (A)

H. Edward Midden III ’69 (A) Bruce Miller ’50 M Lori Ann Miller ’05 Thomas Karl Mills Jr. ’02 Robert Morfeld ’69 Milton Murry ’64 (A) Douglas Reed Niermeyer ’89 Robert O’Brien ’54 (A) Kurt Benton Oakes ’85 Mark Overmann Jr. ’85 Salvatore Pagano ’73 Jerry Parsons ’70 (A) J. Michael Party ’78 r James Kenneth Pazdera ’86 Thomas Phillips ’62 (A) Deborah Rhea Prince ’87 Olin Raby ’66 Larry James Ragsdale Jr. ’98 (A) Kem Robert Reed ’84 Joseph Reichert ’59 (A) John Renz ’81 (A) Andrew Rickard ’83 James Roberts ’81 Perrin Roller ’80 r (A) Russell Rymer Jr. ’67 Stephen Saliga ’87 Matthew Ryan Satterfield ’05 Robert Scanlon ’73 r (A) John Schillie ’98 Thomas Schneider ’75 Joseph Wade Schumer ’92 Jeffrey Seaman ’00 r Rebecca Seaman r Sarah Mae (Hellmann) Simon ’03 Stephen Michael Squibb ’98 (A) Michael Steffens ’73 M. Merrill Stevens ’83 X Connee Jean (Cagle) Stine ’92 David Andrew Swartz ’03 Janet Rebecca (Ragon) Swartz ’06 Nicole Talbot ’77 r (A) Clifford Tanquary ’57 (A) Brian Ronald Tenholder ’97 Jolie Tenholder Brian Edward Tipton ’83 Jason Russell Trent ’04 James Raymond Van Acker ’98 Jonathan Roger Syler Van Houten ’03 r Robert Lee Villhard Jr. ’85 Shannon Mitchell Walker ’97 Jay Andrew Wallmark ’91 Michael Warfel ’75 Emily Jean Wehmeyer ’97 Robert Wesely ’70 Amanda Jean Withers ’99 Paul Woods ’96 Steven Eric Young ’95 Thomas Zenge ’69 r (A)

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University of Missouri Alumni Alliance Arthur Baebler ’55 (A) Robert Bay ’49 r (A) Matteo Coco ’66 r (A) John Eash ’79 r (A) James Foil ’74 r (A) Larry Hendren ’73 r M (A) Darlene (Meloy) Ramsay ’84 r (A) Susan (Hadley) Rothschild ’74 r M (A)

Alumni Association Public Resource Ambassadors James Anderson ’55 r Richard Arnoldy ’69 r (A) Arthur Baebler ’55 (A) Ernest Kelvin Banks ’81 r (A) John Bartel ’52 r (A) Richard Bauer ’52 r (A) Robert Bay ’49 r (A) Jerry Bayless ’59 r (A) Carroll Bennett ’54 David Berg ’57 (A) James Berthold ’60 r Gary Bockman ’70 Jesse Bodine ’50 r Greg Bolon ’85 Lucien Bolon Jr. ’59 r (A) Craig William Borgmeyer ’88 (A) Craig Bowers ’76 John Branham ’70 William Breig ’62 Richard Breitenfeld ’62 (A) Robert Bruce ’69 (A) Earl Burk ’70 (A) Peter Michael Burton ’85 (A) Kenneth Busch ’72 Robert Butchko ’71 Basil Buterbaugh ’47 Harold Butzer ’47 r Michael Bytnar ’68 r (A) Donald Capone ’58 r (A) Danny Chilton ’65 Louis Chiodini Jr. ’61 Kathy Christy William Clarke ’74 r (A) John Claypool ’60 * r (A) Matteo Coco ’66 r (A) Melissa Rose (Benedick) Corkill ’91 Ronald Craven ’81 Kyle Wayne Darnell ’06 Daniel Roy Richard Dillard ’06 Stanley Dolecki ’50 (A) Randall Dreiling ’81 (A) John Eash ’79 r (A)

Kevin Eisenbeis ’79 (A) Richard Elgin ’74 r Thomas Ellis ’75 Diane Epstein Wilbur Feagan ’76 r M Gary Fennewald ’73 r (A) Michael Ferretti ’67 Jill (Miller) Finklang ’87 Paul Fleischut ’85 r Lister Florence ’95 (A) Donald Fluchel ’72 James Foil ’74 r (A) Michael Foresman ’67 r (A) Robert Freeland ’60 r John Robert Frerking ’87 Daniel Frisbee ’72 (A) Richard Frueh ’75 * r Joseph Gabris ’80 Lawrence George ’89 r X (A) Jerry Gilmore ’60 r Jarrod Robert Grant ’98 (A) William Green ’68 r Aaron Greenberg ’50 * M (A) Ronald Griesenauer ’70 Ronald Halbach ’65 Harold Dennis Haubein ’66 r Larry Hendren ’73 r M (A) Robert Hoffmann ’81 (A) Bradley Harry Hornburg ’69 r Michael Hurst ’74 r (A) D. Freddie Ipock ’76 (A) James Jackson ’59 Ronald William Jagels ’86 (A) Richard Janis ’68 r Paul Jobe ’95 Rollie Johnson ’62 r Richard Jordan ’70 r (A) Philip Jozwiak ’66 r (A) Angelina Juarez Robert John Karmi ’83 Amy Kegler Leonard Kirberg ’66 r M Kraig Kreikemeier ’63 r (A) Joseph Krispin ’54 r Harold Krueger ’42 r M (A) Michelle Kuykendal ’05 Richard Laughlin ’75 r John Lauth ’72 (A) Gerald Lee ’76 B. Neil Lewis ’58 Russell Lindenlaub ’66 Cori Marie Lock ’02 r Louis Loos II ’77 (A) James Lyons ’66 John Mathes ’67 r (A) Heather Cristen McClinton ’06 Michael McComas ’69 r John McFarland Donald McGovern ’58 r (A) James McGrath ’49 * Michael McMenus ’81 T. Michael McMillen ’67 r (A)

Edward Arnold Medler ’86 Michael Meyer ’75 r Joseph Mickes ’58 John Miles ’61 (A) 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 (A) Craig O’Dear ’79 (A) Daniel O’Sullivan Jr. ’82 John Parker ’71 (A) James Patterson ’54 (A) Ted Peachee ’72 Carl Gene Penzel ’55 Veo Peoples Jr. ’70 Roger Phillips ’74 R. David Plank ’59 (A) Kenneth Pohlig ’64 (A) Charles Powell ’71 Mary Ann Pulley ’99 Darlene (Meloy) Ramsay ’84 r (A) Peter Redel ’55 (A) Joseph Reichert ’59 (A) Charles Remington ’49 r (A) Thomas Richter ’73 James Roberts ’53 Barbara Robertson Susan (Hadley) Rothschild ’74 r M (A) Todd Wayne Rush ’82 Larry Rushing ’66 Robert Mark Sauer ’83 r Harold Andrew Schelin Jr. ’66 r Charles Schmidt Jr. ’67 r Michael Schmidt ’80 Thomas Schneider ’75 Robert Schnell ’78 Gary Schumacher ’63 r Paul Gerald Segura ’88 Eugene Sehl Jr. ’63 r Christina Louise Sfreddo ’94 Bob Sfreddo ’58 (A) Donald Shaw ’69 William Shaw ’49 Andrew Singleton ’00 (A) Randall Lee Skaggs ’89 Kevin Skibiski ’75 r (A) Richard Smith ’77 James Spehr ’64 r Frederick Steele ’65 Claude Strauser ’69 Larry Strobel ’61 (A) Clifford Tanquary ’57 (A) Bruce Tarantola ’51 r (A) Kelley Ann (Jozwiak) Thomas ’91 George Tomazi ’58 r M Max Blair Trueblood Gary Turner ’66

James Van Buren ’63 r (A) Jon Vaninger ’63 (A) Richard Vehige ’68 r Traci Lee Walker ’00 William Walker III ’84 (A) Glenn Windsor Warren ’48 (A) Walter Alan Warren ’86 William Keith Wedge ’70 r M (A) Robert Wayne Whitehead ’61 r (A) Janet Louise Wickey-Spence ’85 r (A) Robert Williams Jr. ’74 r Ronald Williams ’63 r (A) Dyle Wilson ’70 (A) Suzanne Acacia (Medlock) Wilson ’91 Donald Wojtkowski ’69 r

Lawrence Wolf ’79 Robert Zagar ’70 (A) Raymond Zook ’57

Alumni Association Admissions Ambassadors Laura Schoenbeck Agee ’02 Daniel Thomas Aiken ’06 Katherine Marie (Thompson) Aiken ’06 David Brian Akers ’82 (A) Jacqueline Marie (Kopp) Albers ’01 Rex Alford ’40 r (A) Bruce Allen ’77 (A) Michael Dennis Anderson ’05

Betty Andreas r 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 r (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

This fall, more than 1,200 freshmen arrived in Rolla to jumpstart their academic careers during Opening Week at Missouri S&T. A favorite activity during Opening Week is the Project X team design competition. Teams work together to design and build radio-controlled vehicles, which then compete during a race across campus.

r OGS member | (A) Miner Alumni Association donor | M Hasselmann Society member | X KMST Charter Society member |

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Jeffrey Bledsoe ’82 (A) Daniel Bohachick ’99 r Tricia Marie (Kuhne) Bohler ’93 Robert Bonagurio ’78 Marvin Borgmeyer ’74 (A) 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 r (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 (A) Warren Cadwell ’77 (A) Brian Thomas Call ’97 Preston Carney ’02 r (A) Warren Carroll ’59 (A) Jason Edward Carter ’96 Raul Carvajal A. ’78 Harold Chernoff ’83 Phillip Brandon Coleman ’02 Christina Rose (Duker) Cook ’95 (A) 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 James Edward Duehning ’04 Amy Marie (Jacks) Eggen ’05 Clarence Ellebracht Jr. ’64 Thomas Feger ’69 (A) Michael Flannigan ’81 (A) Bradley Flauaus ’94 Lister Florence ’95 (A) James Foil ’74 r (A) David Freise ’77 John Furby ’65 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 r Margaret Ellen (Dickerson) Gordon ’02 r 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 r Benjamin Lee Hankins ’81 (A) Helene Hardy Pierce ’83 r (A) Richard Harwin ’80 Ali Hashimi ’87 Leigh Ann Hauser ’03 Wilfred Hegg ’73 Gary Heimbaugh ’78 Larry Hendren ’73 r M (A) Polly (Reed) Hendren ’73 r M (A) Allen Lee Hentges ’93

John Hentges ’89 Jesus Hernandez S. ’78 Russell Herring ’59 (A) 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 r (A) Douglas Hughes ’63 Thomas Francis Hughes ’91 Bisma Husen ’91 Alison Elizabeth Ibendahl ’05 (A) D. Freddie Ipock ’76 (A) Helen Jankowski (A) Nikodem Maria Jedrzejewski ’98 Mark Ledrick Johnson ’05 Ronald Johnston ’73 James Jones ’71 (A) James Keebler ’75 r Roger Lee Keller ’75 John Greg Kellerman ’82 r Christopher Alan Kelly ’03 Ted Kelly ’77 (A) Duane Evert Keys ’00 J. Curtis Killinger ’73 r (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 r (A) Steven Lett ’73 Joseph Marvin Liefer ’06 (A) David Little Marie Little Sherry Yan-Shiaw Liu ’87 Chin-Hwang Lo ’84 Kent Lynn ’85 r Paul Michael Mack ’91 Stephan Virgil Magenta ’99 (A) Peter Malsch ’62 r (A) Keith Khan Mandachit ’98 Christopher Keith Marlow ’98 Michael Marx ’77 (A) Sandra (Turnbough) Marx ’77 (A) Dennis Mason ’58 (A) Edward Alton May Jr. ’83 Thomas May ’66 (A) Christopher Martin Mayberry ’98 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 r H. Edward Midden III ’69 (A) 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 (A) William Moses ’59 Jeffrey Scott Mosher ’94 Zebulun Nash ’72 r (A) Alfred Neiman ’53 Parris Ng ’00 Fred William Niemeier ’95 Michael Lee Noble ’91 Michael O’Brien ’82 Ronald Ollie ’73 Melanie Ann Overholt ’00 David Owsley ’61 Steven Parks ’82 J. Michael Party ’78 r James Patterson ’54 (A) James Kenneth Pazdera ’86 Jonathan Perry ’87 Russ Pfeifle ’74 r (A) Jennifer (Wang) Posda ’76 r Amanda Grabowski Posgai ’99 Eric Potts ’73 (A) Stephanie Prather ’05 Larry James Ragsdale Jr. ’98 (A) Darlene (Meloy) Ramsay ’84 r (A) Todd Steven Rastorfer ’98 Kem Robert Reed ’84 Walter Reed Jr. ’69 (A) Kevin Dale Renfro ’85 Robert Riess Sr. ’79 r (A) 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 r Robert Scanlon ’73 r (A) Stephen Schade ’74 r 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 Jeffrey Seaman ’00 r 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 (A) Dawn Marie (Gomez) Stufft ’99 Timothy Sutterer ’85 Nicole Talbot ’77 r (A) Michael Taylor ’72 (A) Brian Ronald Tenholder ’97 David Tepen ’90 (A) James Kenneth Thompson ’73 r (A) Pedro Tumialan Dela Cruz ’68 Leonor Valdez-Sanchez ’05 Jonathan Roger Syler Van Houten ’03 r Jon Vaninger ’63 (A) David Villafana ’70 Leon Virtue ’69 Joseph Vitali ’59

Much of the learning at Missouri S&T takes place in laboratories all over campus, where students learn through experimentation. In the Hot Glass Shop, the aesthetic appeal of glass is used to teach materials science.

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John Voss ’85 Kenneth Lee Voss ’96 Jeffrey Edmund Ward ’05 Michael Warfel ’75 Cornelius Penny Weaver ’07 William Keith Wedge ’70 r M (A) Todd Alan Wegner ’07 Emily Jean Wehmeyer ’97 Megan Noel Weston ’08 Aaron Matthew Whitney ’05 Roger Wiley ’70 Elizabeth Ann Willis ’00 Ralph Wolfram ’50 Robert Wonish ’75 Jeffrey Michael Wood ’92 Thomas James Yanske ’05 Steven Eric Young ’95 Thomas Zenge ’69 r (A) David Ziegler ’85 William Ziegler ’82

Alumni Association Class Coordinators Michael Bell ’78 Robert Dale Borchelt ’88 Daniel Carnahan ’68 Christopher Cooper ’88 Lori (Stapp) Crocker ’88 (A) John Dalton ’88 (A) Jacquelyn DeThorne ’78 Rodger Elliott ’68 (A) Eugene Fadler ’62 * John Christy Farrell ’83 Dixie Finley ’68 r Russell Goldammer ’78 (A) Helene Hardy Pierce ’83 r (A) Charles Harris ’83 David Holland Jr. ’78 (A) Dennis Kinchen ’78 Robert Pahl ’68 r (A) Wayne Schmidt ’83 Kathy Lynn (Herrmann) Schmitt ’83 (A) Robert Schnell ’78 Pamela (Dombi) Schweppe ’88 Paul Gerald Segura ’88 Richard Lewis Tutko ’88 James Vangilder ’68 r Susan Elaine Watson-Hajjar ’83 (A) Doug Wesselschmidt ’83 Earl Alexander Wiggley ’88 Kimberly Suzette (Hofstetter) Williams ’83 Linda Kay (Moore) Wright ’88 r (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 r (A) Richard Eimer Jr. ’71 r (A) Diane Epstein Steve Epstein Helen Jankowski (A) Bernadette Johnson Trudy Jonas Lisa Kirkwood Jeff Kuhn Linda Loebach John McFarland Marilyn McFarland Christine Medley Peter Meeks Veronica Meeks Diane Morrey Joseph Morrey Gilbert Newberry Rhonda Newberry Frankie Petersen (A) Joseph Rapone Susan Rapone Jeff Schussele Sara Schussele Donna Shaw Douglas Shaw (A) Michael Shryock Phyllis Steckel Cathy Voss Tim Voss Judy Ward Thomas Ward Dennis Woltering Beth Worth Fredrick Edward Worth ’87

Past Presidents, Parents & Guardians Association Joe DePasquale Dick Lamb Dennis McGee ’69 (A) H. Edward Midden III ’69 (A) Joseph Ricca Barbara Robertson Joseph Rosenauer Max Blair Trueblood Richard Vehige ’68 r

Joseph Volk Jr. Fredrick Edward Worth ’87 Ronald Yersak

Alumni Association Office Volunteers Jerry Bayless ’59 r (A) Donald Brackhahn ’93 r M (A) Nancy Brackhahn ’96 r M (A) Linda Boswell Bramel ’89 Matteo Coco ’66 r (A) Richard Elgin ’74 r Mrs. Walbridge (Betty) Eyberg ’50 Dixie Finley ’68 r Lawrence George ’89 r X (A) Charles Hell r Wayne Huebner ’82 r Milton Murry ’64 (A) Charles Remington ’49 r (A) Angela (Beechner) Rolufs ’84 Susan (Hadley) Rothschild ’74 r M (A) William Keith Wedge ’70 r M (A) Mrs. Robert (Julia) Wilson ’62 r

Athletics Miner Booster Club Officers Jerry Bayless ’59 r (A) Franklin Bridges Richard Brow Scott Caron Floyd Ferrell r (A) Judith Hagen Nancy Lentz r Mark Mullin James Packard David Roberts Robin (West) Witzke

Helen (Allen) Huffman * Frank Jurotich Sr. Judy Jurotich Billy Key (A) Nancy Lentz r Rodney Lentz r Charles Remington ’49 r (A) Don Sparlin r (A) William Stoltz ’68 X Max Blair Trueblood Norman Tucker ’40 r (A) Marianne Ward (A)

Scorekeepers, Officials & Assistants Frank Blum Lee Buhr Daniel Collier Curt Elmore ’86 r Harold Fiebelman ’66 (A) Megan Kean-O’Brien Donald Eugene Kennedy Ronald Lynn Marshall Lynn McFarland Richard Miller Donald Olds R. Mark Potrafka Merle Southern ’61 (A) Sherman Widener Dennis Wilson

Volunteer Coaches Scott Caron Lindsey Werdell

Volunteer Doctors Keith Frederick Dennis Goodman Christopher Johnson Larry Marti Debbi McCaul Donald McMullin Bob Pearson Michael Sullivan

Miner Booster Club

Jackling Jocks

Dewey Allgood Jr. (A) Sue Arnold Donald Brackhahn ’93 r M (A) Nancy Brackhahn ’96 r M (A) Ann Edwards Brown Lee Buhr Robert Crowley David Dearth ’68 r (A) Susan Dearth r (A) Caroleen Ferrell r Gene Gaddy Greg Harris (A)

Dewey Allgood Jr. (A) Perry Allison ’59 Charles Anderson ’52 Larry Atha ’58 Keith Bailey ’64 r (A) Arthur Bell ’72 Carroll Bennett ’54 William Beydler ’59 George Bock ’52 Lucien Bolon Jr. ’59 r (A) Morris Boren ’62 (A) Samuel Bowman III ’57 Richard Boyett ’58 (A)

Donald Brackhahn ’93 r M (A) Elmer Breidert ’50 Eugene Brenning ’61 (A) John Brose * Gary Broyles ’61 Kenneth Cage ’63 r Kirby Cannon Arthur Keith Cook ’42 William Coolbaugh ’50 (A) Thomas Cooper ’60 (A) Delbert Day ’58 r M (A) Jerome Dorlac ’55 (A) Donald Dowling Jr. ’51 r Sidney Duerr Jr. ’50 Fred Eckert ’50 Gene Edwards ’52 r M (A) Bill Engelhardt ’60 r Roger Feaster ’57 (A) Neil Fiala ’56 r (A) Joseph Geers ’52 (A) William Geisler ’54 James Gerard ’54 (A) Charles Germer ’55 r David Gray ’69 (A) Joseph Green ’55 Bobby Van Harris ’58 Thomas Herrick ’58 (A) Arthur Herschbach ’61 William Hill Sr. ’58 Michael Hillmeyer ’61 Lester Holcomb ’51 (A) Jimmy Houseman ’60 Gene Huffman ’52 Dennis Hunnicutt ’58 Robert Hunter ’58 (A) William Hurlburt ’58 Ronald Husemann ’59 (A) Robert Jackson ’57 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 r 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 r (A) Ed McPherson ’58 Gerald Metcalf ’59 Charles Miller ’57 (A) Robert Dean Moss ’62 Mark Mullin Kenneth Murdock ’62 James Murphy ’56 r M Marvin Nevins Jr. ’41 r (A) Wallace Northup ’58 Dale Orrick ’56 Ray Parker Jr. ’60 Herman Pfeifer ’36 r M John Rasche ’58

r OGS member | (A) Miner Alumni Association donor | M Hasselmann Society member | X KMST Charter Society member |

Robert Reichelt ’49 * Dale Rockwell ’57 Lynn Rockwell ’59 Donald Roth ’57 (A) Ray Rucker ’54 Joel Scharf ’59 (A) Arthur Schmidt ’50 Roger Schoeppel ’52 (A) Roy Sharp ’61 James Shildmyer ’56 r (A) Alvin Shwartz ’48 (A) Paul Singer ’58 Max Smith ’59 William Stoltz ’68 X Robert Sucher ’58 (A) John Sullivan ’62 John Summers ’55 John Theiss ’51 Richard Thurston ’51 (A) Carlos Tiernon ’54 r Norman Tucker ’40 r (A) Michael Vancil ’60 (A) 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 James Wilson ’40

Public Radio KMST KMST Volunteers Diana Ahmad Helen Allen (A) Morgan Bearden Amy Ann Beechner McCarthy ’91 X Deb Bledsoe X Carrolyn Bolin Donald Brackhahn ’93 r M (A) Nancy Brackhahn ’96 r M (A) Minnie Breuer Jere Cadoret r X Andrew Careaga (A) John F. Carney III r X Sally Carpenter Vincent Carpenter Richard Cavender X Dave Drain Rose Marie Drain David Duncan Connie Eggert r X Charles Elliott Sammye Elliott Mrs. Walbridge (Betty) Eyberg ’50

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Lance Corbert Feyh Robert Fossey X Laura Friz Dolores Gaub Maureen Anne Hall ’95 X Richard Hall X Barbara Johnson Mark Edward Langle Jennifer Larkin Aimee Larkins Linda Laudon Ray Lockhart F. Stephen Malott r X Kathryn Malters Lois Ann Marler Lorraine McFarland Maureen Meara Susan Mills ’95 (A) Jinnie Myers Richie Myers Suzanne (Deardorff) Paule Gail Phelan r Robert Phelan r X Patti Pickup Donnie Priest ’66 X Bonnie Prigge Cathy Kovarik Primm Stella Ravenscraft William Ricker X Angela (Beechner) Rolufs ’84 Jerry Rosa Virginia Ryle Kaemmerer Cheryl Seeger ’80 r X Bette Shields William Thomas Stoltz ’91 Linda Taylor Joyce Trimble r X Suzanne Vaughan M. Loretta Wallis

Other Volunteers Chancellor’s Leadership Academy Speakers Douglas Duchardt ’87 Helene Hardy Pierce ’83 r (A) Gerald Kettler ’65 (A) Kent Lynn ’85 r Fred Simmons ’66 Randyl Stuckemeyer ’70 * r Charles Travelstead ’74 r Timothy Viox ’87

Campus Performing Arts Advisory Committee, Campus Performing Arts Emily Brickler Pat Carney r Linda Fulps Patrick Neal Holloway Wade Jadwin Bonita Prock Robert Schwartz r Victoria Seely Leila Thomas X Janet Walker Christopher Waller David Westenberg John Woodfin (A)

Advisory Board, Family Series Emily Brickler Martha Dinsdale Cheryl Goltz Stephanie Hanson Merilee Krueger Lucille Myers Barbara (Sooter) Prewett ’97 Jeanne Elaine Stanley Christopher Waller Pam Williams John Woodfin (A)

Theatre Ushers Leslie Anderson Anita Beasley Marsha Belvo Ann Edwards Brown Dorothy Coad Catherine George r X (A) Lawrence George ’89 r X (A) Cynthia Hobart X Barbara Johnson Susan Lynn Kellems ’91 Mary Kwantes Patricia Perry Robert Perry Bob Petry Wanda Petry Marian Pruitt Marsha Ray Ann Renner Beverly Rowe Ethel Scovell 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

S&T students usually spend about 16 hours per week in class or labs. Then there’s homework and studying for tests. But they still make time for intramurals, student government, clubs and design teams. Students can choose from 200-plus student organizations to develop their communication and leadership skills.

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DONOR PROFILE

Susan and Sandy Rothschild Giving with no strings attached “ We do it because we got great educations and we feel we earned what we have partly because of that and it’s important to us to give back.” - Susan Rothschild, CSci’74 Each year Susan Rothschild, CSci’74, president-elect of the Miner Alumni Association, welcomes scholarship recipients to campus by giving them a free lunch. She also challenges them to get involved as students and to remain active as alumni. Rothschild, who is already an active alumna herself, chose to support the association financially as well, pledging a $250,000 estate gift to the alumni association. The gift, says Rothschild, has no restrictions so “it can be used where it is most needed.” Rothschild and her husband, Sandy, are each leaving estate gifts to their respective alma maters because they value their college educations. Sandy graduated from Washington University in St. Louis. “We do it because we got great educations and we feel we earned what we have partly because of that and it’s important to us to give back,” Rothschild explains. Rothschild has served on the board of directors for the Miner Alumni Association for more than a decade, beginning as an area director. She is now president-elect. The people she meets motivate her to stay involved.

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“There are so many people who really care about the students, their education and the direction they will take the country,” Rothschild says. “They have interesting jobs, family and community involvement – they are just good people to know.” Staying connected to her alma mater is important to Rothschild, who says her part-time job gives her the time to stay active at S&T. “Even 35 years after graduating it is an eye-opener to many to hear that I went to Rolla,” Rothschild says. “I don’t think many realize how many women did, and do, attend there. I stay connected because I think the education S&T provides is critically important to Missouri.” Rothschild holds a master of accounting degree from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She works for John T. Straub, CPA in St. Louis and is vice president of Sandy Rothschild & Associates Inc. The Rothschilds are members of the S&T Order of the Golden Shillelagh donor society. photo by Steve Ward

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