Media specialist/The Ichabod editor Ernie W. Webb III, ba ’98 • email@example.com Alumni Association director Susie Hoffmann, bba ’87 • firstname.lastname@example.org Contributors Dena Anson, ba ’01 director, university relations Katy Browne, aa ’07 administrative specialist, Alumni Association Kathy Busch director, communications and annual giving Washburn University Foundation Gene Cassell director, sports information Peggy Clark photographer, university relations Lauren Cunningham communications specialist Washburn University Foundation Carol Emert, bfa ’84 Mulvane Art Museum Kim Gronniger, ba ’81 senior director of outreach, donor relations and communications Washburn University Foundation Cynthia Hornberger, bsn ’78 special assistant to the president Amanda Hughes, ba ’00 assistant director, university relations Julie Olson, aa ’94 director, donor relations Washburn University Foundation Tim Peterson dean, academic outreach Michaela Saunders web editor, university relations Sarah Towle, ba ’07 communications strategist Washburn University Foundation Katelyn Zimmerman student worker, Alumni Association
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5 In the fast lane: Washburn Tech opens new diesel, upgraded auto facilities
9 First of its kind: Plans for new KBI building on campus underway
15 Legacy waivers: University expands in-state tuition for children of alumni
DEPARTMENTS 3 From the President 14 Alumni News 23 Campus News 26 Sports 29 Class Notes 33 In Memory 47 Calendar of Events
19 Webb column: Personal best puts the fun in the run
21 Going the distance: Alumni Fellow revels in first trip to campus
24 Heroic Homecoming:
A super week at Washburn
25 Centennial chapter: Kappa Alpha Theta hosting anniversary celebration in April
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FROM the PRESIDENT As an institution of higher education, our university serves as a powerful connector of individuals who are committed to our vision and mission. These connections maximize the overall adaptive capacity of the Washburn community by creating relationships, for example, between teachers and students, graduates and businesses hiring them, faculty and professional colleagues, and university programs and services and alumni. This web of relationships creates the strength and resiliency needed to sustain positive growth in competitive and rapidly changing environments. In this issue we highlight many of these relationships. At Washburn Institute of Technology, we are fortunate to collaborate with leading business and industry partners to create exciting new programs in climate control and advanced systems technology and, most recently, in heavy diesel construction technology. Our exciting project with the Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) is progressing quickly with the design work underway for the KBI Forensic Science Laboratory to be located on the east side of Washburnâ€™s campus. Our alumni are an important asset in creating these relationships. Alumni donate personal time and talents to teach guest lectures, mentor students, offer business internships and support our 150 Forward: The Campaign for Washburn University. New recruitment endeavors build upon recent alumni recruitment support to increase enrollment in neighboring states and attract legacy students to continue the tradition of obtaining a Washburn degree. Also in this issue you will read about the impact of our distance-learning programs and new graduate education initiatives to meet the needs of working professionals to achieve that next step in their careers. The greater Washburn community provides value to all of us for a lifetime. Together we will continue to advance the dreams we collectively share for our future.
3 From the President
in the fast lane
Transformation at Washburn Tech continues with new diesel facility, upgraded auto shop By Ernie W. Webb III • firstname.lastname@example.org
Gov. Sam Brownback visited with students during the grand opening Oct. 8. Brownback praised Tech for the speed with which it built the new diesel facility. Photo by Ernie W. Webb III
he transformation hasn’t happened overnight, but it wouldn’t be a stretch to say Washburn Institute of Technology has shifted gears and moved into the fast lane.
In a little more than a year, Tech has built or revamped three facilities for its advanced systems technology (AST); climate and energy control technologies; and auto collision, automotive service technician and diesel technology programs. “What Dean (Clark) Coco and his staff have done in a short period of time at Washburn Tech is remarkable,” said Jerry Farley, president, Washburn University. “They’ve made a 5 Washburn Tech
commitment to their students and serving the community and have made a significant impact. “We recognize that there are a good number of jobs available in the technical fields and are going to be more in the future. It’s important that we have the best facilities we can to train our students.” The upgrades in the auto facility at Tech include painting,
FROM THE NOTEPAD
Since Dean Clark Coco’s hire in 2012, Tech has opened new facilities for several of its programs, including diesel. Photo by Ernie W. Webb III
Dozens of faculty and staff members, business partners, students and members of the community attended the grand opening of the new diesel facility at Washburn Institute of Technology in October. Photo by Ernie W. Webb III
revamped floors, technology updates in classrooms that have been overhauled and an expansion in space. “The appearance here is so much better,” said Robert Arney, instructor, auto service technician program. “The facility we have here is what you would expect at a professional dealership, and that’s what we’re aiming for. We want this to look as good or better than the shops where we want our students to work.” Tech’s sparkling diesel shop features new tool boxes and machinery, including a handful of impressive rigs available for students to learn the trade. The building was unveiled during a grand opening Oct. 8. “That Washburn Tech was able to take (the diesel facility)
“We’ve got to go, got to get better. Our philosophy is to think and dream big. We have great support from the university administration, school districts and our community partners. We’re building momentum to support our students and the community.”
– Clark Coco, dean, Washburn Institute of Technology
“Congratulations to Washburn Tech on a fabulous job. I look here and see the enrollment. It was 293 in 2012 and 580 in 2013. In a time of declining student enrollment, that is impressive. … If you’re going into diesel, you have to know computers, and you have to know how to turn a wrench. It’s not your typical person; it takes a multiple set of skills, which you can learn here.”
– Gov. Sam Brownback
“This program will allow technicians to develop their skills, and technicians are the backbone of a dealership because service technicians are who customers rely on. We’re excited to be a part of this venture and look forward to seeing the graduates.”
– Rhonda Monks, service director, Case New Holland
“It is special that we’re here (Washburn Tech diesel facility grand opening) thanking businesses because they believe in us, believe in Washburn Tech.”
– Jerry Farley, president, Washburn
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Washburn Tech upgraded and renovated its auto facility in 2013. Community partners donated materials to the institution.
from concept to reality in such a short period of time is something to be admired,” said Bill Schoenfelder, president, construction equipment company Victor L. Phillips (VLP). “(VLP) understands the importance of this diesel program, and that’s why we support Washburn Tech. That’s why we’re partnering with them.” In addition to top-notch facilities, staff and students benefit from partnerships Tech has formed with several local school districts and the likes of VLP, Snap-on Tools, Case New Holland and the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3). The latter is a network of education providers and corporations that supports, advances and validates new and emerging technology skills in the transportation, aviation and energy industry sectors. Snap-on donates several items to Tech and supplies the facility with a plethora of tools and tool boxes at a discounted rate. Case New Holland donated construction vehicles to Tech’s diesel program. “For companies to donate these machines to us is something else,” said Zachary Frisbie, instructor, diesel technology program. “We’re able to give the students opportunities you just don’t get elsewhere. This is like a showroom for teaching diesel technology.” Among the items donated or sold at a discount by Snap-on are meter kits and tool boxes essential to offering the latest in auto technician training. “We’re proud to be a part of what they’re building here,” said Jon Pine, account manager, Snap-on Industrial. “To see these students in the same shirts, same colors with the same logos – it looks fantastic. It’s a great atmosphere here.”
IN PAST EDITIONS • F or more information about the advanced systems technology program, read the spring/ summer 2013 edition of The Ichabod online at issuu.com/washburn_alumni_association/ docs/april-2013-magazine-pdf. • F or more information about the climate and energy control technologies program, read the fall 2013 edition of The Ichabod online at issuu.com/washburn_alumni_ association/docs/august2013.
ONLINE • V isit our Facebook page at facebook.com/ washburnalumni for photos from the grand opening of Washburn Tech’s diesel facility and upgraded auto building. • V isit our YouTube page at youtube.com/ washburnalumni for videos from the grand opening of Washburn Tech’s diesel facility. • F or more information about the auto and diesel programs, visit washburntech.edu.
LOOKING AHEAD Read future editions of The Ichabod for more information on Washburn Tech, including additional facility and program upgrades.
ABOUT THE PROGRAMS • A uto Service Technician: A 52-credit certificate that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service and maintain all types of automobiles. The program consists of courses for steering and suspension, brakes, engine repair, auto transmission and transaxle, manual transmission, electrical, heating and air conditioning, engine performance and on-the-job training. • C ollision repair: A 50-credit certificate that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair and refinish all types of vehicles. The
program consists of courses for orientation/safety, non-structural analysis and damage repair, structural analysis and damage repair, estimate/damage, paint/ refinishing, mechanical/electrical, workplace skills and on-the-job training. • D iesel technology: A 48-credit certificate that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service and maintain diesel-powered equipment. The program consists of courses for safety skills, intro to diesel, engines, power trains, workplace skills, steering and suspension, brakes and on-the-job training. Continued Support 8
First of its kind
KBI building a partnership that benefits university, community By Michaela Saunders • email@example.com
ashburn and the Kansas Bureau of Investigation are on the cusp of a first-of-its-kind collaboration that could become a national model for public partnership when the new state crime lab opens on campus.
It will improve public safety across Kansas and enhance Washburn’s academic offerings and student opportunities. Kansas lawmakers signed off on the collaboration in June when they approved $55 million for construction and $3.5 million for building planning and design, which are underway. The nearly 100,000-square-foot facility will sit just south of the Petro Allied Health Center parking lot at Washburn Avenue and Durow Drive. With the new laboratory, KBI will enhance its evidence-processing capability, be in a position to grow its laboratory staff and, in time, reach its goal of an average evidence-processing time of 60 days, said Kirk Thompson, the organization’s director and a Washburn alumnus. At the same time, KBI’s forensic scientists will become adjunct faculty at Washburn, and students will have access to shared laboratory space, internship opportunities and specialized training at the undergraduate level available nowhere else in the nation. Jerry Farley, president, Washburn, said the idea of hosting the state crime lab on campus was floated years before it was advanced and approved by legislators. “This is a wonderful opportunity for 9 KBI facility
Washburn and the state,” he said. “This collaboration means even more prestige for KBI. They will be on a vibrant campus, and their scientists will hold adjunct (faculty) positions. This will also enhance the opportunities for our graduates who want to work in that field or for the KBI.” Farley and other university officials have been great to work with, said Thompson, bs ’01. “They really see a benefit to the university, to the students who will be coming and also to the state of Kansas,” he said. “They recognize how crucial this is.” Thompson said he is thrilled that the partnership will create so many opportunities for both his agency and for Washburn. But foremost in his mind are the implications for improved public safety throughout the state. “This is the most important thing the state could have done for public safety at this time,” he said. “This will benefit every law enforcement agency, every prosecutor’s office, every citizen.” KBI processes forensic evidence for 103 counties in Kansas and works with the other two, Johnson and Sedgwick counties, whenever requested. It has small laboratories in Great Bend, Kansas City and Pittsburg that will remain as they are when the new facility at Washburn
opens in late 2015 or early 2016. KBI also has 55 scientists working in the basement of a former junior high school near 17th and Taylor streets in Topeka. It was built in 1928 and last updated in 1984. Window air conditioners ease some of the burden on the building’s cooling system because of all the chemical hoods and other special equipment. The building, Thompson said, is at its limit and can’t hold one more piece of equipment, much less the staff he needs to add over time to hasten evidence processing time to an average of 60 days. “Having the new facility is huge step No. 1,” he said. The new lab will open with those 55 scientists and support staff and be designed with a capacity of about 100 scientists. Beyond its primary public safety mission, Thompson said, collaborating with another public institution – Washburn – is “what the public would expect of us.” The facility will allow KBI to meet or exceed the international accreditation standard of 1,000 square feet per scientist of work space. (Right now, they are working in less than 400 square feet each.) About 12,000 square feet of the total laboratory space will be available for shared use with Washburn programs.
Kirk Thompson, director, KBI (left) Randy Pembrook, vice president, academic affairs
BY THE NUMBERS $55 MILLION Amount approved by the Kansas Legislature for the KBI building project
$3.5 MILLION Amount approved by the Kansas Legislature for building planning and design
100,000 In square feet, the approximate size of the new facility
1928 The year the KBI’s current facility was built
1984 The year the KBI’s current facility was last updated
The new facility – and the partnership with Washburn – also will help KBI recruit and retain scientists, many of whom leave for other parts of the country after a few years. “Do you want to work in the basement of a 1928 school building? Or do you want to work in a modern forensic lab on a progressive college campus?” Thompson said. Being able to serve as adjunct faculty for Washburn will only add to that draw. Having the KBI on campus could be a draw as well for students interested in the specialized field. Details of an internship program are being worked out now between Washburn and KBI staff. Thompson said the goal is to allow as many as eight upper-level forensic chemical science students per semester to work in the lab after demonstrating capability in the classroom and passing necessary background checks. “We are going to do as much as we can to integrate students into the work we do here without creating any kind of security or evidence concerns,” he said. Randy Pembrook, vice president, academic affairs, said one benefit of the collaboration that wasn’t clear in the early discussions was the breadth of academic disciplines that will be involved in the partnership.
“We have faculty expertise beyond what the KBI lab people have been used to doing,” Pembrook said. “We have anthropologists who can bring knowledge of what happens to bones that have been outside for eight to 10 years and art faculty who have expertise in pouring forms and mold-making.” That expertise beyond the obvious forensic chemistry and criminal justice could lead to training opportunities for KBI staff throughout Kansas, research collaborations between faculty and KBI, and even the potential for new programs of study. “New research techniques could come out of this; an amazing experience could come out of this,” Pembrook said. Thompson agreed. “We are making sure we don’t limit ourselves,” he said. “We want to take advantage of the partnership from both directions.” He added: “If I didn’t have the in-depth knowledge I do, as an alum I would be very proud of Washburn for creating some very unique opportunities for students, drawing those students into the community, into Kansas and focusing on the hard science. Those students will receive a very high-quality education and start applying those skills and building a resume before they leave the university. That’s just a pretty neat thing.” KBI facility 10
A ‘giant’ lecture
Harvard professor to deliver presentation as Washburn nears 150th By Ernie W. Webb III • firstname.lastname@example.org
presentation by a leading Civil War-era scholar will be one of the highlights of the spring semester as Washburn continues to celebrate its upcoming sesquicentennial in 2015. John Stauffer, a professor of English and African and African American Studies and chairman of the History of American Civilization program at Harvard University, is the presenter of the 2014 Lincoln Lecture at 7 p.m. Feb. 6. “We’ve done a tremendous job celebrating Washburn’s rich history, and that continues this year,” said Jerry Farley, president, Washburn. “We have a great opportunity during the sesquicentennial to highlight what the university has accomplished and has to offer.” Stauffer’s presentation, titled “Giants: The Parallel Lives of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass,” will discuss the legacies of the two men and why they still matter. Stauffer’s lecture is one of several events at Washburn commemorating the 60th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education case. The university will host a Bleeding Kansas and Border War bus tour Feb. 25, a School of Law symposium Feb. 27, three exhibits at Mulvane Art Museum from March 1 to June 10 and a president’s concert on May 8-9. Among upcoming exhibits at Mulvane is a technology fair from Feb. 7 to March 16. This exhibition will feature tools and technology used in teaching at Washburn during the last 150 years. 11 Sesquicentennial
John Stauffer, Lincoln Lecturer
ABOUT STAUFFER A prolific writer, John Stauffer has written eight books and dozens of articles and essays. He is a leading authority on antislavery, social protest movements and interracial friendship. A professor at Harvard University, his books include award-winners “The Black Hearts of Men: Radical Abolitionists and the Transformation of Race” and “Giants: The Parallel Lives of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass.” Stauffer received a doctor of philosophy from Yale University in 1999 and began teaching at Harvard the same year. He has taught courses on protest literature, southern literature, Frederick Douglass and Herman Melville, the Civil War and many other topics. Stauffer received a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from Duke and a master of arts in humanities from Wesleyan University and in American Studies from Purdue University.
WA S H
WATCH THE VIDEO The third sesquicentennial video debuted during convocation. It covers years 1966 to 1990 at Washburn. You can view that video and the first two covering 1865 to 1914 and 1915 to 1965 at washburn.edu/150.
ORNAMENTS Celebrate the sesquicentennial and holiday season by purchasing the second ornament in a series of four. The first ornament was displayed on the national Christmas tree in Washington, D.C., in 2012. The ornaments are available in the Washburn University bookstore. Check them out at washburnbookstore.com.
STATUES AND NOTECARDS
Academic Events, The Arts, Athletics, Community Events, History of Washburn, Memorabilia, Special Events, Volunteers.
• Y ou have a chance to enjoy a "statue-esque" Ichabod. Purchase the first in a series of three small Ichabod statues. For more about the statues, visit washburn. com/150.
GET INVOLVED Interested in volunteering for the sesquicentennial celebration? Contact Rugena Hall, with the president’s office, at 785.670.1556 (email@example.com). Questions about the sesquicentennial celebration? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact co-coordinators Amanda Hughes at 785.670.2153 (email@example.com) or Julie Olson at 785.670.1816 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ONLINE For more on the sesquicentennial, visit washburn. edu/150 and washburn.edu/alumni. You can also view photos at flickr.com/washburn150. More photos and videos are posted on our Facebook pages at facebook.com/washburn150 and facebook. com/washburnalumni. You can also view videos from Founders’ Day, the 2013 convocation and Paint Washburn Art Auction at youtube.com/ washburnalumni.
• P urchase notecards featuring works from the 2012 Paint Washburn Art Auction, including pieces by alumni, students and friends of Washburn University. For more about the notecards and art auction, visit washburn.com/150.
OTHER BROWN V. BOARD EVENTS • F eb. 25: BleedingStudents Kansas and Border display their War bus tour. All-day event with limited seating. Washburn pride. The A fee will be charged. university released a video commemorating years 1966 v. Board • F eb. 27: School of Law symposium: Brown to 1991 at theevent school in the 21st Century. The free at during the Bradbury convocation in August. Thompson Alumni Center includes the Photo following by Peggy Clark presentations: “Race and Education Today,” “Contemporary Race Issues: Equality and Inequality in the 21st Century” and “The Reopening of Brown.” • M arch 1-June 10: Mulvane Art Museum exhibits, all free: “Contemporary Reflections: Brown v. Board of Education after 60 Years,” “Teach Your Children Well: Images of African American Resistance by Shane Evans” and “Real Time Art for Social Change.” • M ay 8-9: President’s concert, featuring Richetta Manager, ba '75, alumna and soprano,: 7 p.m., May 8, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Helzberg Hall, Kansas City, Mo.; 7:30 p.m., May 9, White Concert Hall.
Students display their Washburn pride.
• F or more information on these events, visit washburn.edu/150.
Photo by Peggy Clark Sesquicentennial 12
13 Building Momentum
WASHBURN EXPANDING GRADUATE PROGRAMS The median weekly salary of people who possessed a master’s degree was 22 percent higher than those who had a bachelor’s degree only in 2012, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. That is one reason Washburn is expanding its graduate degree programs. By 2014, the number of the university’s graduate programs will have increased by more than 50 percent since 2012. In addition to their practical and professional emphasis, the Washburn graduate programs provide research and other skills with a focus on career advancement. “My Washburn MBA complements my liberal arts degree with skills to better manage people, projects and processes, and with an understanding of finances that helps me make better decisions,” said Gina Penzig, director of corporate communications at
Westar Energy. Washburn graduate students also benefit from excellent facilities, small classes and highly qualified faculty who take a personal interest in their students, said Alicia Schwindt, a student pursuing a master’s degree in social work. “What sets the Washburn University program apart from others is that the staff and faculty care about the well-being of their students,” she said. “They not only want to see us succeed in our education and careers, but also personally as unique individuals.” Washburn’s new graduate degree programs include a doctor of nursing practice (DNP), master of accountancy, master of health science and master of arts in human services/addictions counseling. Recently approved are a master of studies of law (MSL) and a master of laws (LLM) degree.
Professors Jim Martin and Kanalis Ockree were the driving forces behind the implementation of the School of Business’s Master of Accountancy program, which began during the fall semester.
The new programs have been designed specifically for individuals who wish to advance their professional careers. These new programs continue a legacy of excellence that serves as a hallmark of the other wellestablished graduate programs, including the master of business administration, master of criminal justice, master of education, master of liberal studies, master of science in nursing, master of arts in psychology, master of social work and juris doctor. The addition of the new programs also has served as a catalyst for some instructional and organizational changes, said Randy Pembrook, vice president, academic affairs. Pembrook said most of the programs include online components delivered via the new Desire 2 Learn (D2L) system, and the application fee for all graduate programs except those offered by the School of Law will be waived for Washburn alumni during the current fiscal year. These changes will further help to ensure that all Washburn graduate programs remain practical, professional and priceless well into the future. For more information about the graduate programs, visit washburn. edu/gradprograms. Graduate Programs 14
Richard Liedtke, executive director, enrollment management
WAIVER A NOD TO ALUMNI
Legacy students receive in-state tuition; interstate waiver to include Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas By Ernie W. Webb III • email@example.com
A new tuition waiver is benefiting the sons and daughters of Washburn alumni who plan to attend the university. For the first time, legacy students residing anywhere in the United States receive in-state tuition rates. Legacy students are the direct dependents of Washburn alumni. “In the past, they needed to change their residency to Kansas within six months of becoming a student,” said Richard Liedtke, executive director, enrollment management. “After their first year, they’d be a Kansas resident receiving in-state tuition. We’ve changed that because we value our legacies, we value our alumni and their experiences at Washburn. We want them to send their children our way and show the pride they have for their university, and they should not have to change their residency to do so.” “This is a benefit our alumni should enjoy,” said Jerry Farley, president, Washburn. “It’s wonderful that we’ve had such an impact on alumni that their children want to come here. That sends a tremendous message.” Washburn also is expanding its interstate tuition waiver. Two years ago, students in Missouri received the waiver, and students from Colorado began to receive the waiver this academic year. Beginning in fall 2014, students from Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas will receive in-state tuition. “The interstate waiver has been successful,” Liedtke said. “We’re starting to look at areas in Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas where we think we’ll have an impact.” Admissions is targeting specific areas in the aforementioned states, including Dallas, San Antonio, Houston and Austin in Texas; Oklahoma City and Tulsa in Oklahoma; and the Omaha area in Nebraska. Visit with admissions counselors when they are in the area for more information. Students receiving the waivers must maintain a 3.0 GPA. 15 Alumni News
ABOUT TUITION WAIVERS •L egacy waiver: Direct dependents (sons and daughters of alumni) will receive resident tuition and must maintain a 3.0 GPA. • Interstate waiver: Students from Missouri and Colorado currently receive resident tuition, and those from Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas will begin in fall 2014. Students receiving the waiver must maintain a 3.0 GPA.
Riley Krane, the son of alumni Shelley Krane, b ed ’87, and John Krane, ba ’86, received a legacy scholarship at Washburn. The deadline to submit an application is in February. Photo by Susie Hoffmann
LEGACY CONTINUES Riley Krane is one of our Colorado Ichabods and the son of Washburn alumni. Read more about the family at washburn.edu/alumnifriends/alumni-association/scholarships/ krane-family.html.
FOR MORE INFORMATION For more information about the waivers or attending Washburn, visit the Admissions website at washburn.edu/admissions, Facebook page at facebook.com/washburnuniversity and Twitter page at twitter.com/washburnuniv. You can also call 785.670.1030 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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WASHBURN UNIVERSITY FOUNDATION ADDS FIVE TO BOARD OF TRUSTEES The Washburn University Foundation board of trustees elected five members at its May 4 meeting. The new members’ terms officially began in August. By Lauren Cunningham • email@example.com
Michael J. Kuckelman, bba ’86, jd ’90, Olathe, Kan., is a certified public accountant and partner with Kuckelman Torline Kirkland & Lewis in Overland Park, Kan., where he specializes in litigation. He began practicing in 1990 with Kansas City-based Blackwell Sanders and has had an extensive career, including serving on the Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee appointed by the U.S. District Court to litigate the 9/11 World Trade Center litigation, which resulted in a $1.2 billion settlement. He also practiced law in London for eight years. He is licensed to practice by the Kansas, Missouri and New York State Bars. He also is licensed in England and Wales. Kuckelman and his wife, Jo (Kerby), bba ’86, have three children. 17 Washburn University Foundation
Michael E. Laughon, bs ’66, Topeka, began his 34-year career with Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. (AT&T) after graduation. He held management positions in various departments throughout his career before retiring in 2000. Laughon has served as president of the Washburn Ichabod Club board of directors and on the Washburn Alumni Association board of directors. He and his wife, Connie (Hedberg), b ed ’67, were selected as the 2007 Ichabod Club Persons of the Year. Laughon also has served a term on the Downtown Topeka YMCA board of directors. He played football at Washburn while completing his degree in biology. He and his wife have one son, who lives in Fishers, Ind., with his wife and two daughters.
Meredith A. Moore, Topeka, received a bachelor of science and master of arts from Kansas State University and a doctorate from Purdue University. She joined the faculty at Washburn University in 1976 and retired in 2009. While at Washburn, she served as chair of the communication department, faculty representative to the Board of Regents and president of Phi Kappa Phi and NoNoSo. She traveled with the Washburn debate team for three years. In 2010, she received the Lilla Day Monroe Award from the Washburn Alumni Association. Moore was elected president of the Kansas Speech Association and received the National Communication Association’s Presidential Service Award in 1991. She is a member of the Washburn Women’s Venture Partners and volunteers as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).
Darrell D. Rodenbaugh, bba ’86, Plano, Texas, spent more than 25 years in sales, marketing and general management roles with IBM, McAfee, Oracle, Yahoo! and i2 Technologies. He retired from his role as senior vice president and general manager of McAfee in 2010. While there, he opened operations in Ireland, Israel, India, China, Guatemala and elsewhere. Rodenbaugh and his wife, Lisa, now own and operate Champion Life Safety Solutions LLC, a Dallas-based services and specialty construction company. He is president of the Plano Children’s Theatre board of directors and volunteers with Boy Scout Troop 404. Rodenbaugh was Washburn Student Association president, a member of the Alpha Delta fraternity, Sagamore men’s honor society and Delta Sigma Psi fraternity while at Washburn. He and his wife have a son and a daughter.
Donald L. Smith, Topeka, attended Washburn University and Kansas State University, completed a four-year electrical apprenticeship program and, in 1972, established DL Smith Electrical Construction. During his 40 years in the electrical industry, Smith was active in industry-related associations and served in various leadership roles. He was inducted as a fellow into the Academy of Electrical Contracting in 1989. He has served on the State of Kansas Building Advisory Commission since 1978 and was a member of the City of Topeka Electrical Board for 30 years. Smith was a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity at Washburn, and in 1981, he was selected as the Phi of the Year for Kansas Beta of Phi Delta Theta. He and his wife, Suzy, have three grown children. Giving Back 18
Ernie W. Webb III is the media relations specialist for the Washburn University Alumni Association and the editor of The Ichabod. He received a bachelor of arts in mass media with an emphasis in writing from Washburn in 1998. Contact Webb at 785.670.2303 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE FUN IN THE RUN By Ernie W. Webb III • email@example.com
“Great. There goes my PR (personal record).” It’s the first thing that ran through my mind when I saw the forecast for the Alumni Association 5K Fun Run and 2-mile campus walk Sept. 28. After spending months preparing to finish the race in 28 minutes (three minutes faster than 2012, six minutes faster than 2011), I figured at the very least the weather would cooperate. Nature’s answer: A forecast of heavy rain, gusty winds and lightning. I tried to be positive: 1. “Well, the pressure’s off now. I can blame the weather.” 2. “Assuming there is lightning, I’m probably going to run a lot faster.” The original goal was simple: As chronicled in the fall edition of The Ichabod, all I really wanted to accomplish this year was running faster than the lady wearing a tutu. Imagine my disappointment when she said she wasn’t running this year. Suddenly, I needed inspiration to keep training and settled on breaking 30 minutes. Somehow, and I’m still not sure when or why, that became 28 minutes. “You might be a little obsessed,” my wife said. “Think about how far you’ve come.” Perspective. Perfect. A new strategy: Just run for fun. Or fast, if there’s lightning. Amazingly enough, what was forecast 19 Alumni News
as a powerful storm dissipated. The lightning and heavy rain moved east hours before the race. All that remained was a steady drizzle and a slight, cool breeze – great running weather. I took my wife’s advice for about a halfmile before the competitiveness took over. I hit one mile in 9 minutes, 20 seconds, my fastest first mile since the George Bush (H.W., not W.) administration. Mile No. 2, which I reached moments after passing the tutu (she opted to walk this year), came at 18:57, leaving a little more than nine minutes to hit the goal. Surprisingly, I got a second wind on the last turn of the race, sprinting over the final quarter mile, fueled largely by a large group of cheering alumni, friends and my wife in the last stretch. Twenty-seven minutes, 55 seconds. Now that was fun.
ABOUT THE EVENT About 200 runners, walkers and volunteers participated in the Fun Run and Campus Walk, which benefits the Alumni Association’s scholarship fund. Last year, the event helped to raise about $30,000 in scholarships for legacy students. The overall winners this year were Travis Seihndel and Jill McCartney. Seihndel finished in 19 minutes, 51 seconds, while McCartney posted a time of 20:59
SCHOLARSHIPS • Legacy scholarships (awarded to direct dependents of Washburn alumni) are available to student members of the Alumni Association. • Online applications for alumni scholarships will be available early in the spring semester. The deadline to submit an application is Feb. 15.
ONLINE For more information about Alumni Association scholarships, including a list of the 2013-14 recipients, visit washburn.edu/alumni-association.
President Jerry Farley and the Alumni Association’s Ernie W. Webb III were among the dozens of runners who braved the weather during the Fun Run. Photo by Peggy Clark
ABOUT MEGAN Hometown: Topeka High School: Washburn Rural Family: Husband Peter, bba '12, a Washburn alumnus who works at Security Benefit Corporation, and son Noah, 1 College: University of Kansas, where she was a Kappa Alpha Theta member and a Rock Chalk Dancer Favorite movie: “Simon Birch” Favorite TV show: “So You Think You Can Dance” Hobbies: Spending time with family, traveling New Alumni Association Assistant Director Megan Toth, with husband Peter, a Washburn alumnus, and son Noah. Megan Toth is an alumna of the University of Kansas and Washburn Rural High School. Photo Submitted
Contact information: 785.670.1651, firstname.lastname@example.org
MEET MEGAN TOTH New Alumni Association assistant director a longtime Topekan By Ernie W. Webb III • email@example.com
The Alumni Association did not have to go a long way to find its new assistant director. Just a matter of miles, in fact. Megan Toth, a Washburn Rural High School alumna and longtime Topekan, settled into the position in October after spending nearly three years working at the alumni association for the University of Kansas. Toth, who received a bachelor of science in education with an emphasis in sports management at Kansas in 2011, has ties to Washburn. Her husband, Peter, received a bachelor of business administration here in 2011. “I took one college class during high school at Washburn, in English,” she said, “and my family has been to games and sporting events at Washburn. My husband went to school at Washburn, his sister went to nursing school at Washburn and a brother-in-law is a pre-med student at Washburn. “I’ve seen the impact Washburn has in the community and am excited to be a part of that.”
Q: What is your goal at Washburn? A: One of the biggest things is definitely growing membership numbers. I want to see what Washburn is all about, what makes Washburn special and connect with the alumni. Q: How did you become involved with alumni associations? A: I never really thought I’d do this for a career, but in sports management, you are required to do a 40-hour internship during your last semester. Everyone else was doing something with the Royals, T-Bones and other teams, but I wanted to try something different. So I interned with the alumni association at KU, then they created a position for me after that. Q: What do you enjoy about working at an alumni association? A: The people you meet. It’s so dynamic. One day you’re talking to a farmer from western Kansas, the next day you’re visiting New York and meeting with prominent alumni. You get to meet some amazing people. Alumni News 20
Skylar Flinn, right, is a former recipient of the scholarship Sue Parks established to give back to her alma mater. Parks, who received a certificate in radiation therapy in 1991 through the universityâ€™s distance learning program, was honored as an Alumni Fellow in September. 21 Alumni News
‘THE RIGHT PLACE’
Alumni Fellow relishes first trip to campus 20 years after receiving degree through distance-learning program By Ernie W. Webb III • firstname.lastname@example.org
Video tapes, mail and telephones. Call it “old school” learning. It’s how Sue Parks, a longtime director at the Nevada Oncology Center, earned a certificate from Washburn in the early 1990s. “We needed to get our certification to continue our work, and I did quite a bit of research to find the right place to do that,” said Parks, who retired in 2000 after a 23-year career in Las Vegas. “I made several phone calls, and Washburn seemed like the right place.” Through Washburn’s distance-learning program, Parks and her co-workers/ classmates received certificates in radiation therapy. “The way we learned obviously was a lot different than it is now,” she said. “Now you could take an online course with a computer. We had the tests mailed to us and learned from VHS tapes. Washburn did an outstanding job. Every one of us in that class passed our exam.” The long-distance experience made such a significant impact on Parks that she established a scholarship at Washburn, despite having never set foot on campus. That changed in September when Parks was honored as the Alumni Fellow from the School of Applied Studies. The 1991 alumna and Grand Junction, Colo., resident traveled nearly 800 miles to Topeka on Sept. 12, along with daughters Lynn Donovan and Kayla Arnesen and granddaughter McKenzie Arnesen. “We figured it was about time for her to see where she went to school,” said Kayla Arnesen. “We’re very proud
of her. She has had an impact on a lot of people and deserves the honor.” The family arrived in Kansas City, Mo., on Sept. 12 and enjoyed a luncheon, honoring her and the other 2013 Fellows that evening. On the following day, Parks visited with several students in two classes at Benton Hall, then attended the Fellows Luncheon, where she and Fellows Thomas Bartlett (College of Arts and Sciences), Michael Falk (School of Business), Pamela (Schmidt) Farrell (Washburn Institute of Technology), Jeff Jacobsen (College of Arts and Sciences), Michael Lennen (School of Law) and Beth Williams (School of Nursing) were honored. “I’m in awe being honored like this,” Parks said. “This means so much to me, to be able to share this with my daughters and granddaughter.” After the luncheon, Parks and her family visited several buildings during a tour of campus. More than 20 years after receiving a certificate, she had her first glimpse of Washburn. “It’s such a beautiful place, a beautiful campus,” Parks said. “We should visit more often!” Later, while attending the Alumni Association’s monthly social, After Hours, Parks met Skylar Flinn, who received her scholarship during the previous academic year. “I was not expecting all of this,” Parks wrote in a letter after the fellows weekend. “We felt like royalty while we were there.”
Alumni Fellow Sue Parks’ first trip to campus included a tour of the university. Parks traveled to Kansas with daughters Kayla Arnesen (right) and Lynn Donovan (not pictured) and granddaughter McKenzie Arnesen (left). Washburn student Garrett Fenley served as a tour guide for the family. Photo by Ernie W. Webb III
ONLINE • Read more about our 2013 Alumni Fellows at washburn. edu/alumni-events. • View photos from the Fellows luncheon at facebook.com/ washburnalumni. • View videos of the speeches from all seven Fellows at youtube.com/ washburnalumni. • Visit our website at washburn. edu/alumni-events for a list of past Fellows.
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WORTH ITS ‘SALT’
Financial literacy program eases stress for students, alumni, families By Ernie W. Webb III • email@example.com
Thanks to a new financial literacy program, Washburn is helping students, alumni and their families make more sense out of their dollars. SALT is an initiative that “assists students, alumni and families to navigate financing higher education, successfully manage any resulting debt and build money skills for life,” according to the website for American Student Assistance (ASA), which created the program. “It’s important that we provide as much assistance as we can to our students, including providing them with a tool such as SALT,” said Jerry Farley, president, Washburn. “It’s an easy
program to use and at no cost. We anticipate this having a significant impact on our students and their families.” By logging onto the program’s website at saltmoney.org, users access an array of tutorials, videos and instructional materials on dozens of topics. SALT offers assistance on topics ranging from picking the bank that best fits your needs, to choosing student loans, to boosting your credit score. “This is a great opportunity for our students and alumni,” said Randy Pembrook, vice president, academic affairs. “It really provides some great tools for them to use.”
ALL ABOUT SALT The program includes:
• Proactive communication, education and one-on-one counseling from student loan experts. • Personalized dashboard at saltmoney.org. • Self-serve tools and calculators. • Financial education training for groups of students. • My Money 101, which includes self-paced courses on picking a bank, budgeting, boosting your credit score, managing credit cards, applying for financial aid, student loans and entrance counseling. • Information and tools to help students land jobs, internships and scholarships.
ABOUT THE NAME Though it appears to be an acronym, SALT isn’t one. The program’s name is derived from its history as one of the first forms of currency and trade. According to the Salt Works website (saltworks.us), salt “has been an important and integral part of the world’s history and has been interwoven into the daily lives of countless historic civilizations.” The website states that its history as currency dates to the ancient Egyptians and Phoenicians hundreds of years B.C.
ONLINE Read more about SALT on the Internet at saltmoney.org. Here you’ll have access to dozens of tutorials and tools on finances.
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HEROIC HOMECOMING A super theme produces a super week By Ernie W. Webb III • firstname.lastname@example.org
A super week concluded with a super queen and king during Homecoming 2013 at Washburn, as Bonnie McKee and Derek Fritz were honored during halftime of Washburn’s 44-35 win against Lindenwood University on Oct. 26 at Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl. Those events capped a week featuring dozens of events built around the theme Superbod: A Hero’s Homecoming 2013. “Homecoming is a great tradition that gives all of us – alumni, students, faculty and staff, and the community – a chance to celebrate Washburn,” said Jerry Farley, president, Washburn. The week began with the Homecoming Ball on Oct. 21 and included events such as Yell Like Hell and an open house hosted by the School of Applied Studies, which was commemorating its 30-year anniversary. Homecoming week also included the Alumni Association’s After Hours on Oct. 25 and tailgate before the game the following day. In addition, the Washburn University Foundation launched a capital campaign with an event the evening of Oct. 26. Read more about the campaign in a special publication to be sent in January.
ABOUT THE KING AND QUEEN BONNIE MCKEE, ABILENE, KAN. Member of Zeta Tau Alpha, including academic achievement chairwoman and judicial chairwoman. Member of the Biology Club, Chemistry Club and American Medical Student Association. Honors include Greek Woman of the Year in 2013. A senior majoring in biology who plans to attend medical school to become a physician.
DEREK FRITZ, SALINA, KAN. Vice president of Kappa Sigma. Member of the Biology Club, American Medical Student Association and Top City Live. Honors include Mortar Board, Sagamore, Who’s Who, Tri-Beta, Order of Omega, Gamma Sigma Alpha and Alpha Lambda Delta. A senior majoring in biology who plans to attend medical school.
ONLINE For more about Homecoming 2013, visit washburn.edu/homecoming.
School of Law professor among top teachers Rory Bahadur, professor, Washburn School of Law, was honored as one of the top 26 law teachers in the United States in “What the Best Law Teachers Do,” a book published by Harvard University Press. “The selection was really important to me professionally,” he said. “There are many aspects to being a law professor apart from teaching, but teaching is the part I love and it
was good to know, based on the comments in the book, that my students appreciated my effort.” A professor at the School of Law since 2007, Bahadur teaches torts, civil procedure, admiralty and maritime law and federal courts. He was voted professor of the year at Washburn in 2010 and 2012. “Washburn Law considers itself lucky to have Professor Bahadur in its ranks,” said Thomas J. Romig, dean, School of Law. Campus News 24
ALPHA UPSILON THETAS CELEBRATE CENTENNIAL Kappa Alpha Theta has a long, proud history in Topeka. In 1889, a group of Theta alumnae began meeting and formed what is considered to be Kappa Alpha Theta’s first alumnae chapter. From the outset, the women hoped to establish a Theta chapter at Washburn. In 1904, they were instrumental in organizing Sigma Delta Psi, which was installed as Alpha Upsilon Chapter in 1914, the year World War I began. Among the founders were women who were pioneers and leaders in their professions such as Jessie (Wright) Whitcomb, an attorney and author whose husband was among the founders of Washburn School of Law. One of Jessie’s sons married Gertrude McClintock, whose father founded a medical school at Washburn that eventually merged with the University of Kansas Medical School. Other notables among the founders were Anna (Adams) Baird, a missionary to Korea; Margaret (Mulvane) Morgan, whose name is familiar to generations of Ichabods because of its association to two campus buildings; and Frances (Storrs) Johnston, who received a degree in medicine at Washburn. Johnston also is credited with authoring the Washburn alma mater. For nearly 100 years, Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta has provided the opportunity for college women to develop friendships that endure for a lifetime, leadership skills and values that represent nobler womanhood and a 25 Campus News
Members of the 1964 pledge class for the Alpha Upsilon chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta. They will be hosting a grand celebration commemorating their anniversary from April 10-13. Photo Submitted
lasting desire to improve themselves and the community. To mark the chapter’s centennial and their 50 years of membership in Kappa Alpha Theta, Alpha Upsilon’s 1964 initiates will host a grand celebration from April 10 to April 13 at the Crown Center Westin Hotel in Kansas City. “Kite Strings and Heart Strings – Ties That Bind” is the theme for this centennial celebration. The centennial will allow alumnae to renew their friendships, commencing with a casual welcome dinner on April 10. On April 11, the group will travel to the Washburn campus for lunch, tours and updates on the plans for the university sesquicentennial in 2015. Decade dinners will be held in Kansas City that evening. On April 12, a luncheon will honor special guests Amy Kates, president of Kappa Alpha Theta, and Kathy Tonkel, president of the Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation. They will update alumnae and collegians on the latest Theta news, including Theta’s sesquicentennial in 2020. The celebration will conclude with a banquet on the evening of April 12 at the Westin. Details of the centennial can be found at alphaupsilon100.com. If you have questions, email email@example.com. All Thetas are welcome to attend, regardless of chapter affiliations.
TRIO INDUCTED INTO HALL OF FAME By Ernie W. Webb III • firstname.lastname@example.org
hree former standout student-athletes were enshrined into the Washburn athletics Hall of Fame during an Oct. 12 ceremony: CRYSTAL (WALKER) ECTON, VOLLEYBALL AND BASKETBALL 2000-03
Ecton ranks eighth on Washburn’s all-time scoring list with 1,344 points and was the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association MVP and defensive player of the year in 2002-03. She was a two-time All-American and averaged 16.2 points as a junior and 16.6 as a senior. Ecton scored 564 points during her senior season and played volleyball during the 2000 season. On the basketball court, she ranks among the top 25 in 22 single-season categories. Ecton was a two-time Daktronics All-South Central Region selection. She teaches social studies at Madison (Kan.) High School, where she was the head basketball coach from 2010 to 2013 and currently coaches volleyball. Ecton received a bachelor of arts in 2004.
CYNTHIA (SCHMIDT) HEATH, GYMNASTICS 1967-70 Heath competed in gymnastics for four seasons at Washburn, earning three letters and winning the national championship in the vault in 1968. She won events and placed at several competitions during her career and was a member of the squad that finished fourth at the National Intercollegiate Championships. Heath received a bachelor of arts from Washburn in 1971, a master of education from Kansas State University in 1978 and a juris doctor degree from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Mo. She is the vice president of executive compensation for Emerson Electric Company, as well as a Washburn University Foundation trustee. Heath received the Alumni Association’s Lilla Day Monroe Award in 2013.
MIKE KEELEY, FOOTBALL AND BASEBALL 1975-79 Keeley led the football team in receiving during three seasons and was an all-conference wide receiver as a junior and senior. By the end of his career, he owned school records for receptions (104) and yards (1,638). Both of those statistics still rank in the top 11 in school history. Keeley had 32 catches for 463 yards and two touchdowns as a sophomore, 30 catches for 538 yards and four scores as a junior and 36 catches for 591 and three TDs as a senior. He played baseball at Washburn from 1976 to 1979. Keeley received a bachelor of business administration in 1979 and a juris doctor degree from Washburn in 1982. He has worked as a district judge in Barton County for 20 years. Sports 26
Mitch Buhler and the Washburn football team finished the 2013 season with an 8-3 record. Buhler missed two games due to injury but still threw for 2,261 yards and 23 touchdowns during his junior season. Photo by Gene Cassell
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MEN’S BASKETBALL Date Opponent
Saturday, Jan. 4
*at Missouri Western State University, St. Joseph 3:30 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 21
Monday, Jan. 6
at University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg
Saturday, Feb. 22
*LINDENWOOD UNIVERSITY (DH)
Saturday, Jan. 11
*NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY 7 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 23
Saturday, Jan. 18
*PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY
Tuesday, Feb. 25
Thursday, Jan. 23
*UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA
Friday, Feb. 28
*at University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond
Saturday, Jan. 25
*NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY
Saturday, March 1
*at University of Central Oklahoma (DH)
Thursday, Jan. 30
*at University of Nebraska-Kearney
Sunday, March 2
*at University of Central Oklahoma
Saturday, Feb. 1
*at Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kan.
Tuesday, March 4
Wednesday, March 5 WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE
Wednesday, Feb. 5 *EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Time 7:30 p.m.
4 p.m. 4 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 8
*UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-KEARNEY
Friday, March 7
*at Missouri Western State University, St. Joseph
Thursday, Feb. 13
*at University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond
Saturday, March 8
*at Missouri Western State University (DH)
Saturday, Feb. 15
*at Northeastern Oklahoma State, Tahlequah
*at Missouri Western State University
Sunday, March 9
Wednesday, Feb. 19 *FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY
Wednesday, March 12 at Emporia State University, Emporia, Kan.
Saturday, Feb. 22
*at Emporia State University, Emporia, Kan.
Friday, March 14
*FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY
Saturday, March 1
*at Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kan.
Saturday, March 15
*FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY (DH)
Sunday, March 16
*FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY (DH)
Tuesday, March 18
at Newman University, Wichita, Kan.
Friday, March 21
*at Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kan.
Saturday, March 22
*at Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kan. (DH)
Sunday, March 23
*at Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kan.
Tuesday, March 25
at Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Mo.
5 p.m. 4 p.m.
Home games in all caps; *Conference game.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Date Opponent
Friday, March 28
*NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY
Saturday, Jan. 4
*at Missouri Western State University, St. Joseph 1:30 p.m.
Saturday, March 29
*NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY (DH) 1 p.m.
Monday, Jan. 6
at University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg
Sunday, March 30
*NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY
Thursday, Jan. 9
OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
Friday, April 4
*EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Saturday, Jan. 11
*NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY 5 p.m.
Saturday, April 5
*at Emporia State University (DH)
Saturday, Jan. 18
*PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY
Sunday, April 6
*EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Thursday, Jan. 23
*UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL OKLAHOMA
Tuesday, April 8
Saturday, Jan. 25
*NORTHEASTERN STATE UNIVERSITY
Friday, April 11
*at University of Nebraska-Kearney
Thursday, Jan. 30
*at University of Nebraska-Kearney
Saturday, April 12
*at University of Nebraska-Kearney (DH)
Saturday, Feb. 1
*at Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kan.
Sunday, April 13
*at University of Nebraska-Kearney
Wednesday, Feb. 5 *EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Tuesday, April 15
EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY
Saturday, Feb. 8
*UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-KEARNEY
Friday, April 18
*LINCOLN UNIVERSITY (DH)
Thursday, Feb. 13
*at University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond
Saturday, April 19
*LINCOLN UNVERSITY (DH)
Saturday, Feb. 15
*at Northeastern Oklahoma State, Tahlequah
Tuesday, April 22
at Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Mo.
Wednesday, Feb. 19 *FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY
Friday, April 25
*at Northeastern State University, Tahlequah
Wednesday, Feb. 22 *at Emporia State University, Emporia, Kan.
Saturday, April 26
*at Northeastern State University (DH)
Saturday, March 1
Sunday, April 27
*at Northeastern State University
Tuesday, April 29
at William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo.
*at Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kan.
Home games in all caps; *Conference game.
Home games in all caps; *MIAA Conference game.
The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association had not completed the 2014 softball schedule at press time. To view schedules for the Ichabods, visit wusports.com.
Sports 30 28 Greek Again
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couple traveled to Portugal and
public information officer for the
Kappa Phi at Washburn.
England in April.
Kansas Supreme Court. He was a
Gaylord Sanneman, bba ’76,
member of the Kaw and Review
Newton, Kan., was elected
staffs at Washburn.
department commander of
Gary Clarke, ba ’79, Topeka,
Kurtis Loy, jd ’79, Pittsburg,
the Kansas American Legion.
published his fourth book,
Kan., is an attorney with a private
He has served as the vice-
“They Call Me Cowabunga,”
practice in Pittsburg.
commander and master at arms
in October. The former director
David Markham, jd ’77,
in the organization.
of the Topeka Zoo owns
Parsons, Kan., is an attorney
Barbara Tosh, b ed ’73, Valley
Cowabunga Safaris and has
with a private practice in
Falls, Kan., is a retired educator
completed more than 140 safaris
Parsons. He was a member of Phi
who taught in Valley Falls,
Harold Kreger Jr., b ed ’65,
to Africa. Clarke was a member of
Delta Phi at Washburn.
Denison, Coal Creek and
m ed ’72, San Antonio, Texas,
the Kaw staff at Washburn.
Charles Rayl, jd ’75, Strong
was awarded life membership
Keith Fevurly, jd ’76,
City, Kan., received the
Robert Wertkin, bs ’70,
in the Million Dollar Round
Centennial, Colo., is an
Honorable Order of St. Michael
Vicksburg, Mich., was appointed
Table. Since beginning his career
attorney, financial planner and
Silver Award from the Army
director of the School of
with New York Life, he has been
senior lecturer of finance at
Aviation Association of America.
Interdisciplinary Health at
named to the president’s council
Metropolitan State University,
He was a member of Delta Theta
Western Michigan University. He
and executive council.
Denver. He also is an adjunct
Phi at Washburn.
also received the distinguished
associate professor at Webster
David Rebein, ba ’77, Dodge
service award from the school.
anniversary Gordon Lowry, ba ’41, jd ’46, Valley Falls, Kan., and Margaret Lowry celebrated their 72nd anniversary in June. He celebrated his 95th birthday in July.
University and had a book,
City, Kan., was re-elected as
Calvin Williams, jd ’78,
Janet (Hillyer) Armstrong,
“Plan Your Financial Future,”
chairman of the Legacy of Justice
Colby, Kan., received an
b ed ’68, Colorado Springs, Colo.,
published. Fevurly was a member
Foundation board of directors.
outstanding service award from
and Robert Armstrong, bs ’67,
of Delta Theta Phi at Washburn.
He is a partner in the Rebein
the Kansas Bar Association. He
celebrated their 45th wedding
Ron Keefover, ba ’71, Topeka,
Bangerter Rebein PA law firm.
is the sole practitioner in Colby
anniversary on June 15. The
retired after 32 years as the
Rebein was a member of Phi
and commissioner for the
29 Class Notes
Laywers Assistance program.
attorney with a private practice
Victims Compensation Board. He
Stacy Friend Bell, jd ’98,
He was an intern in the Law
is executive director of the Kansas
Helotes, Texas, is the assistant
Clinic at Washburn.
Bill Klapper, bba ’80,
Crime Victims Compensation
county attorney in Kerr County,
Kansas City, Kan., was
Board. He was a member of the
Texas. She was a member of Phi
appointed as a judge in the
Review staff at Washburn.
Delta Phi, Moot Court Council
Ivan Baker, ba ’81, Tinley Park,
29th Judicial District. He previously worked as an
director. He was one of 70
attorney in Wyandotte County.
and Women’s Legal Forum
Ill., is an economic development
Wayne Basso, ba ’93,
Angela (Simon) Bittner,
individuals invited to participate
Gordon Kuntz, bsn ’87, Hays,
Topeka, was promoted to
as ’93, bsn ’96, Topeka, is the
in the White House Summit on
Kan., assumed command of the
president of UMB Bank’s
rural outreach coordinator
Kansas Army National Guard
eastern Kansas region and
for the archdiocesan office
Rhonda (Hodges) Braudis,
medical detachment. Kuntz, who
serves on the company’s
of evangelization of Catholic
ba ’83, Azel, Texas, retired
has achieved the rank of colonel,
Kansas loan committee.
formation of youth in Wyandotte
as a colonel after serving for
is a psychiatric nurse practitioner
Randy Beale, b ed ’92,
County. She was a member of the
38 years in the Air Force. She
at High Plains Mental Health
Edgerton, Mo., is a realtor in
volleyball team at Washburn.
was a member of the Air Force
Center in Hays.
Kansas City, Mo. He was a
Jennifer (Cowan) Haugh,
ROTC and Washburn Players
Nancy Moritz, bba ’82, jd ’85,
member of the Physical Educator
bfa ’96, Topeka, is co-owner
Topeka, was nominated by
Majors Club at Washburn.
of Dead Eye Diva, a firearms/
President Barack Obama to the
Kevin Berens, jd ’99, St.
shooting education and event
DiCamillo, bs ’88, Long
U.S. Court of Appeals for the
Francis, Kan., was appointed to
group for women.
Beach, Calif., is the director of
10th District. She has served as
a two-year term on the Kansas
Jared Holroyd, ba ’95, Topeka,
government affairs for Burlington
a Kansas Supreme Court justice
Sentencing Commission. He
is the senior executive director for
Northern Santa Fe Railway in Los
since 2011. Moritz is a member
is the attorney for Bird City
Atria Hearthstone, a retirement
Angeles. She is the chairperson of
of NoNoSo and was a member of
and Thomas County and has
and assisted living community.
the Long Beach Area Chamber of
Delta Sigma Psi, student council
a private practice. He was a
Mark Lackey, b ed ’93,
Commerce board of directors.
and the Law Journal, for which
member of Phi Alpha Delta, the
McPherson, Kan., is a science
W. Lee Fowler, jd ’81,
she was notes editor.
student division of the Kansas
teacher in the Canton-Galva
Cottonwood Falls, Kan.,
Sean Scally, jd ’88, Valdosta,
Bar and the Law Journal staff
was appointed to the Kansas
Ga., is the program coordinator
while at Washburn.
William Leis, ba ’94, Bermuda, Ga.,
Sentencing Commission by
at Wiregrass Georgia Technical
Chief Justice Lawton R. Nuss.
He was a member of Phi Delta
Brad Thornton, jd ’84, Clear
Phi at Washburn.
Lake, Iowa, is a reverend at the
Mary Gerrard, jd ’82, Madison,
First Congregational Church in
Wis., is the president of the
a bachelor of arts from Washburn in
University of Wisconsin-La
1980, received the Clarence M. Kelley
Debra Villarreal, bba ’82,
Meritorious Service Award from the FBI
Dallas, Texas, was recognized in
Frank Henderson Jr., ba ’89,
during a September ceremony. Burlew,
“The Best Lawyers in America.”
Topeka, is the president of the
who has worked as a special agent for the FBI for 25 years, is
She was a member of the
Kansas Association of School
retiring in May. The award is presented by personnel from the
Accounting Society at Washburn.
Boards. He is deputy director of
corporation of Clarence M. Kelley in Kansas City, Mo., and by
Jeff Wagaman, ba ’84, Topeka,
the Topeka Rescue Mission.
board members of the Kansas/Western Missouri Chapter of the
was elected to a three-year term
Michael Kelly, jd ’80,
FBI National Academy Associates. At left is Mike Kaste, special
to the board of directors of the
Tonganoxie, Kan., is an
agent in charge of the FBI in Kansas City. Photo Submitted
National Association of Crime
*Dues-paid Alumni Association members are highlighted in blue.
while at Washburn.
David Burlew, bs ’80, Ozark, Mo. David Burlew (right), who received
Class Notes 30
is a technical operations supervisor
Security Benefit Corporation. He
member of Sigma Phi Epsilon and
Overland Park, Kan., is a partner
for the Bank of Butterfield. He was
was a member of the Washburn
Sagamore and was a member of the
with Post Anderson Layton
a member of the Catholic Campus
Student Government Association
Student Alumni Association and
Lindstrom. He was a member of
Center at Washburn.
and Leadership Institute.
Phi Alpha Delta and Washburn
Lynn McCreary, jd ’94, Elm Grove,
Anne-Marie (Scruggs) Bevel,
Eric Dales, bs ’08, Topeka,
Student Government Association.
Wis., was promoted to executive
bpa ’05, , Topeka, is assistant
graduated from the Army
Jennifer L. Michaels, jd ’09,
vice president and general counsel
trade adjustment assistant
National Guard advanced
Lenexa, Kan., received the
of Fiserv Inc. He was a member of
program manager for the Kansas
individual training as a member
outstanding young lawyer award
Moot Court Council at Washburn.
Department of Commerce.
of D Company 1-222nd aviation
from the Kansas Bar Association.
Tony Mattivi, jd ’94, Topeka, is an
Becky Bridson, ba ’00, Lawrence,
regiment at Fort Eustis, Va. He
She was a member of Moot Court
assistant U.S. attorney.
Kan., is a personal trainer. She
is a corrections specialist wih the
Council at Washburn.
Michael Millett, jd ’97, Overland
played basketball and worked on
Shawnee County Department of
Courtney Mikesic, jd ’05, Kansas
Park, Kan., is a criminal defense
the Review staff at Washburn.
Corrections and played baseball at
City, Kan., is an associate with
attorney focusing on misdemeanor
Cara Burnidge, ba ’06,
the law firm Kramer and Frank
and felony criminal cases in federal,
Tallahassee, Fla., received a doctor
Nolan Deitrich, bs ’07, Lawrence,
PC. She was an intern in the Law
state, municipal, juvenile and
of philosophy in religion from
Kan., is a paraprofessional and
Clinic at Washburn.
appellate courts in the State of
Florida State University. She is an
assistant baseball coach at Free
Alicia (Phillips) Mowder, ba ’08,
Kansas. He was a member of Moot
instructor of history at the school.
State High School in Lawrence.
Edmond, Okla., is the brand
Court Council at Washburn.
Burnidge was a member of the
He played baseball at Washburn.
manager for Sonic America’s
Chris Ramsey, ba ’94, Chevy
Leadership Institute and NoNoSo.
Javier Gonzalez, mba ’02, Dallas,
Drive-In in Oklahoma City.
Chase, Md., is the CEO of
Christy Carroll, certificate in
Texas, is a supply chain manager
Christopher Mowder, bba ’07,
LATISTA Technologies. He was a
diagnostic medical sonography
for contract manufacturing at
Edmond, Okla., is a senior
member of the Washburn Student
’08, bhs ’11, Wichita, Kan., is a
marketing manager for Security
Government Association and
cardiovascular sonographer at
Maria Guzman, bfa ’03, ba ’03,
Benefit Corporation. He was
Heartland Cardiology in Wichita.
Oakland, Calif., is working with
a member of Delta Chi at
Verlee Sanneman, ba ’98, Topeka,
Emily Cottrell, b music ’06,
muralist Ray Patlan to renovate
is office manager at the First Baptist
mls ’11, Topeka, is an executive
The Song of Unity Mural in
Candi (Hoffmann) Nigh, ba ’06,
Church. She was a member of Who’s
assistant at the Kansas Chamber
Tribune, Kan., completed her
Who Among Students at American
of Commerce. She was a member
Zack Hemmerling, bs ’07,
residency at the University of
Universities and Colleges.
of the German Club and Catholic
Hutchinson, Kan., is the foreman
Kansas School of Medicine at
Todd Wheat, bs ’93, Quinton,
Campus Center during college.
at Prairie Hills Nursery. He played
Wesley Medical Center in Wichita.
Ala., was promoted to lieutenant
Tara (Kemp) Cunningham,
football while at Washburn.
Kyounghwa Oh, bfa ’04, Grand
in the Alabama Department of
ba ’00, Phoenix, Ariz., is an
Meghan Houtsma, jd ’05,
Junction, Colo., is an artist and
Corrections William E. Donaldson
assistant professor at the University
Syracuse, Kan., was inducted into
an instructor of art at Colorado
Correctional Facility. He is a
of Arizona College of Medicine-
the Baker University athletics
member of Kappa Sigma and
Phoenix. She is on the City of
Hall of Fame. She is an attorney at
Kinsley (Krupich) Riggs, ba ’06,
played football at Washburn.
Phoenix Leadership Committee
Syracuse Dairy LLC.
Olathe, Kan., is the branch
and Phoenix Youth Ballet Theatre
Curtis Kitchen, ba ’02,
manager of Corinth Neighborhood
board of directors and was named
Shawnee, Kan., is the director of
Library in Prairie Village, Kan.
Matt Ahrens, bba ’06,
to the Phoenix Business Journal’s
publications and tradeshow for the
She is membership chairperson
Streamwood, Ill., is the director of
“Forty Under 40.”
National Auctioneers Association.
for the Kansas Library Association
the Midwest Region in the RIA
Clay Curtin, ba ’03, Menlo Park,
He worked on The Review staff
and participated in the Northeast
and Independent Broker/Dealer
Calif., is the assistant to the city
Johnson County Chamber of
sales distribution channel for
manager in Menlo Park. He is a
Tad Layton, ba ’00, jd ’03,
Commerce leadership program.
31 Class Notes
*Dues-paid Alumni Association members are highlighted in blue.
Riggs was a member of the
Community College. He was
at Zimmerman and
Kan. She was a member of the
Leadership Institute at Washburn.
a member of Phi Delta Theta,
French Club, Future Alumni
Nathan Schmidt, bs ’02, Topeka,
Young Republicans and Washburn
B.J. Harden, jd ’12, Topeka,
Network, Mortar Board and
is a member of the city council
Student Government Association.
is the legislative director for
Washburn Residence Council
for the City of Topeka. He is a
Kansas House Speaker Ray
Merrick. Harden was a member
Meghan Ryan, ba ’12,
of the Federalists Society,
Topeka, was promoted to
Intellectual Property Society and
Tracks editor and quality
International Politics Club and
representative for the National
worked on the Law Journal staff
Association of Trailer
Manufacturers. She is a
Tim Hrabe, ba ’11, Topeka,
member of Kappa Alpha
was promoted to marketing
Theta and NoNoSo and was
coordinator for the National
a member of Alpha Lambda
Association of Trailer
Delta at Washburn.
Manufacturers. He was a member
Christopher Roth, b music ’11,
of WU Bigs.
Knoxville, Tenn., received
Jacob Keas, bba ’11, Lubbock,
a master’s degree in flute
Texas, is project manager and
performance at the University
co-owner of Oxy Petroleum
of Tennessee. He was a
and Obsessed Boutique. He
member of Collegiate Music
was a member of Collegiate
Educators, Washburn Orchestra
Entrepreneurs and International
Business Club at Washburn.
Association of Bands and the
Richard Kelly, ba ’13,
Washburn Flute Association.
bsw ’13, Topeka, is a human
Danielle SanAntonio, ba ’12,
resources assistant at Key
Pascoag, R.I., is a marketing
specialist at Gallo Thomas
Megan Lady, m ed ’10, Abilene,
Kan., is a special education
senior database administrator for the Kansas Department of Revenue. Schmidt played football at Washburn. Christine (Sloop) Steinkuehler, ba ’05, Topeka, received the Shawnee County Historical Society preservation award for the restoration of 1272 S.W. Western in Topeka. Junior Treto, ba ’03, Denver, Colo., is the manager of special events at Teach for America. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta, Campus Activities Board, the Student Alumni Association and Washburn Student Association. Matt Warnock, bba ’06, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., works for the Professional Golf Association Tour. He played golf at Washburn. Samuel Wendt, jd ’01, Leawood, Kan., was accepted into the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He is co-founder of the Kansas City, Mo., firm Wendt
Denise (Bunck) Davies, bba ’05, Bloomington, Ill., and Luke Davies, a boy, Archer Joseph, on May 30. He joins sisters Addyson, 5, and Ainsley, 3. Crystal (Walker) Ecton, ba ’04, Gridley, Kan., and Jarrod Ecton, a boy, Bodie Douglas, on March 14. He joins brother Max, 2. Jeff Kready, b music ’04, New York City, and Nikki Daniels, a girl, Lena Renee, on June 18. Paige (Pfannenstiel) Woolery, bba ’07, Baytown, Texas, and Nick Woolery, bpa ’08, a boy, Cal William, on June 3. She is a member of NoNoSo, was a member of Washburn Student Government Association and the Leadership Institute and worked on the Washburn Review staff. He was a Bonner Leader in Learning in the Community and a member of WU Bigs, International Politics Club, Model United Nations and Washburn Student Government Association.
teacher at McKinley Intermediate in Abilene.
Kyleigh Haggard, ba ’10, Tonganoxie, Kan., and Brad
Morgan Minihan, ba ’13,
Julia Brummer, bsn ’13,
at Seaman Middle School
Krystal Wiltz, ba ’08,
Topeka, is a registered nurse
Charleston, S.C., is director of
at DaVita Dialysis. She was
Bailey Pepper, certificate in
Sharon Sullivan, associate
operations for the Charleston
a member of Bod Squad
surgical technology ’13, Topeka,
professor of theatre, women
Port and Seafarers Society. She
is a surgical technologist at
and gender studies, received the
was a member of Student Film
Racheal Camp, certificate
Dream Builder Award at the
and Video at Washburn.
in child care ’13, Topeka, is
Daphne Phillips, ba ’12,
YWCA Leadership Luncheon.
Jason Wright, bba ’04, Thornton,
working at a home daycare.
Lawrence, Kan., is an admissions
She is a member of NoNoSo.
Colo., is coordinator of student
Xenia (Chumak) Conroy,
advisor at National American
activities at Front Range
bls ’13, Topeka, is a paralegal
University in Overland Park,
Goss P.C. Wendt was a member of the International Law Society at Washburn.
Topeka, is a math teacher
Rogers, bba ’11, Tonganoxie, on April 27.
34 Class Notes 32
IN MEMORY 1930s
a practice in Othello. Caw was
wife Doris (Cohn) Pirotte,
Pusateri. Brunton also taught
a member of Zeta Tau Alpha,
ba ’46, Wichita, Kan.
court reporting at Washburn.
Mariella (White) Adams,
Panhellenic Council, NoNoSo
Richard Pokorny, ba ’47, 89,
She was a member of the
ba ’38, 96, Topeka, on Aug.
and the Kaw staff.
Spokane, Wash., on June 8.
marching band at Washburn.
9. She worked for the State of
Donald Kresie, jd ’48, 94,
He served in the Navy during
Harold Carlson, b ed ’50, 91,
Kansas and won the City of
Topeka, on Aug. 31. He served in
World War II and served as chief
New Port Richey, Fla., on May
Topeka women’s golf tournament
the Army during World War II
of anesthesiology as a member
26. He was a Navy pilot during
three times. Adams was a member
and worked in the Department
of the Army Medical Corps.
World War II before working for
of Zeta Tau Alpha. Survivors
of Administration for the State of
Pokorny worked as a physician
more than 30 years as a teacher
include sons Richard Smith,
Kansas for 34 years. Kresie was
for 35 years and was president
and administrator. Carlson
bba ’64, jd ’68, St. Paul, Minn.,
a member of Phi Alpha Delta.
of the Washington State Society
played basketball at Washburn.
and Charles Smith, bba ’65,
Survivors include daughter Karen
of Anesthesiologists. He was a
Survivors include wife Kathryn
Tempe, Ariz.; and daughter-in-
(Kresie) Follett, bsn ’83, Fort
member of the Washburn Choir.
(McRae) Carlson, ba ’50, New
law Elizabeth Smith, ba ’70, St.
Georgia (Fiederling) St.
Port Richey, Fla.
Bonney (Maine) Miller, ba ’49,
Germaine, ba ’40, 93, Arlington
William Cunningham, ba ’51,
Jane (Baird) Weeden, b music ’39,
85, Manchester, N.H., on June
Heights, Ill., on Nov. 17, 2012.
86, Overland Park, Kan., on July
96, Topeka, on Aug. 27. She
8. She co-owned and operated
She was a member of Alpha Phi
16. He served in the Navy during
directed recreational and music
Mill-Mart House, a gift shop in
and the Quill Club.
World War II before working
therapy for injured soldiers and
Topeka. She was a member of
John Schnellbacher, ba ’47, 93,
as a salesman for the Fruhauf
prisoners of war at McClosky
Delta Gamma and NoNoSo and
Corpus Christi, Texas, on June
company. Survivors include nieces
General Hospital. Weeden also
worked on the Kaw staff.
28. He served in the Coast Guard
Susan Cunningham, ba ’79,
worked for the Red Cross and
Ernest Morrison, ba ’41, 94,
before working as an attorney for
Topeka, Caroline Cunningham,
State of Kansas, and taught
Sioux Falls, S.D., on Aug. 25.
more than 50 years.
ba ’85, Topeka, and Karen
music. She was a member of the
He served in the military during
June (Stubbings) Sheldon,
board for the Topeka Symphony.
World War II before working as
ba ’44, 96, Topeka, on Aug. 16.
bs ’85, Meriden, Kan.; and
Weeden was a member of Alpha
an administrator for Children’s
She was a teacher in the Topeka
nephew Tunis Cunningham,
Phi and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
Care Hospital and School in
school district. Survivors include
bba ’77, Lyndon.
at Washburn. Survivors include
Sioux Falls. Morrison was
brother Harris Stubbings, bba ’50,
Ruth (Curtis) Houser, bba ’53,
Nancy (Weeden) McKimmy,
inducted into the South Dakota
Topeka; and niece Karen
81, Topeka, on July 17. She
ba ’74, Grand Blanc, Mich.
Hall of Fame in 1992. He was a
worked at her father’s insurance
member of Phi Alpha Delta and
b music ’83, Littleton, Colo.
business and as an office manager
and paraprofessional in Topeka.
Henry Blauw Jr., ba ’49, 88, Leawood, Kan., on May 15. He served in the Navy during World War II before working in accounting at Sheffield Steel for 26 years. Blauw was a member of Kappa Sigma. Blythe (Bray) Caw, ba ’48, jd ’50, 86, Othello, Wash., on May 30, 2012. She was an attorney with 33 In Memory
the track team at Washburn. Thomas Pirotte, ba ’47, 88,
Houser was a member of Zeta
Wichita, Kan., on Aug. 4. He
Merlin Bolze, bba ’59, 85,
served in the Navy during World
Topeka, on July 22. He served in
Wendell Humphrey, bba ’51,
War II, achieving the rank of
the Marines during the Korean
85, Topeka, on Sept. 13. He
lieutenant. Pirotte worked for
Conflict before working at
served in the Army during
International Harvester and
World War II. Survivors include
State Farm Insurance. He was
Reta Brunton, ba ’58, 77,
daughter Susan (Humphrey)
a member of Alpha Delta,
Topeka, on July 31. She was
Jones, b ed ’78, Topeka; and
Sagamore and the Kaw staff while
a teacher and the shorthand
niece Jeannine Haag, bs ’76,
at Washburn. Survivors include
reporter for Judge James
jd ’82, Fort Collins, Colo.
Gerald Kerby, bs ’54, 80,
(Bjorgaard) Probasco, jd ’81,
Wiegers was the Marshall
Eastborough, Kan., on July 4. He
Fairway, Kan., on June 12. He
Topeka; son Jeffrey Probasco,
County attorney and mayor of
was a member of Alpha Delta and
served as a flight surgeon in
bs ’81, McKinney, Texas; nephew
the City of Marysville.
played golf at Washburn.
the Navy before working as a
Eric Freeman, jd ’98, Henderson,
physician and professor. Kerby
Nev.; 13 grandchildren and five
taught at the University of Kansas
Daniel High, ba ’63, jd ’63, 74,
Virginia (Bantleon) Brier, b ed ’64,
He was a member of Sigma Phi
School of Medicine for more than
Vernon Riggert, bba ’50, 87,
m ed ’73, 92, Topeka, on June 20.
Epsilon and Phi Alpha Delta at
30 years and served on the board
Raymore, Mo., on Aug. 10. He
She was a teacher in the Richland
Washburn before working as an
of directors of the American
served in the Navy before owning
and Topeka districts.
attorney. Survivors include sister
Thoracic Society and was
and operating Riggert Tire Co. in
Robert Brown, jd ’65, 78,
Selma Peck, b e d ’64, m ed ’95,
president of the American Lung
Belton, Mo., from 1971 to 1987.
Leawood, Kan., on June 22. He
Association of Kansas.
Riggert also worked for the Cass
was a lieutenant in the Army
Roger Nyfeler, ba ’63, 72,
Thomas McPeak, bfa ’57, 79,
County juvenile office and The
before working as an attorney.
Topeka, on July 14. He served
Clemson, S.C., on July 31.
He later worked as a pilot for
in the Marines during the
He worked for WIBW before
Nicholas Roach, bba ’58, 77,
Trans World Airline before
Vietnam War and worked for
teaching at Clemson University,
Topeka, on June 23. He worked
retiring in 1991. Brown was a
the Menninger Clinic for 40
Kent State, Washburn and Tri
in the family’s commercial
member of Delta Theta Phi.
years as a therapeutic recreation
County Tech. McPeak was a
laundry, dry cleaning and linen
Zella (Andrick) Darting, b ed ’63,
specialist. He was a member
member of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
supply business for 13 years before
m ed ’73, 93, Emmett, Kan.,
of Phi Delta Theta and the
James Marr, bba ’57, 84, Lenexa,
working for the Department
on Aug. 23. She was a teacher
Washburn Players, and he played
Kan., on Aug. 31. He served
of Post-Audit for the State of
for 40 years, including 19 years
football during college.
in the Army and worked at
Kansas. Roach also worked at
in one-room schools in Jackson
Charles Pomeroy, bba ’65, 90,
Hallmark Cards for 28 years.
several colleges and universities
County and 21 years as a first-
Topeka, on June 15. He was a tax
Marr was a member of Phi Delta
before retiring in 2003. He was a
grade teacher in Shawnee County.
consultant at Pomeroy Tax Office
Theta, the Association of Business
member of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Survivors include son Gerry
and attended the School of Law.
Students and Young Republicans.
Charles Rondelli, jd ’53, 83,
Darting, aa ’85, Rossville, Kan.
Survivors include son Charles
Theron Maupin, bba ’58, 81,
Tucson, Ariz., on July 18.
Robert Duncan, bba ’61,
Pomeroy, bba ’75, Ketchum, Idaho;
Topeka, on July 21. He served
Kay Scharfenberg, ba ’57, 77,
79, Muscatine, Iowa, on
niece Elsa Pomeroy, b ed ’73,
in the Army before working in
St. Louis, Mo., on Sept. 13.
Sept. 14. He served in the
Topeka; and nephews Stan
the insurance industry and in
She was a member of Alpha
Air Force and worked for the
Pomeroy, ba ’74, Topeka, and
the audit department for the
Phi, debate and the Dancing
U.S. Department of Labor in
David Pomeroy, ba ’77, Topeka.
Kansas Department of Social
Blues at Washburn.
Denver, Colo., as director of
Bill Remmers II, bs ’63, 73,
and Rehabilitation Services.
Barbara (Stone) Soucy,
training. He was a member of
Lawrence, Kan., on June 16.
Maupin was a member of
ba ’55, 80, Sabetha, Kan., on
Young Democrats at Washburn.
He worked in several capacities
Phi Delta Theta and Young
July 25. She was a teacher at
Jan Goes, bba ’64, 73, Mercer
for the University of Kansas,
Republicans at Washburn.
several elementary schools,
Island, Wash., on May 15. A
including research, statistical
George Probasco, ba ’50, jd ’51,
including Lake Ridge Academy
native of the Netherlands, he
analysis and as an instructor.
87, Topeka, on July 14. He served
in Elyria, Ohio. Soucy was a
served in the Dutch Army before
Remmers also worked as a
in the Army Air Corp, achieving
member of Delta Gamma and
participating in an exchange
mathematician for Aeroneutronics
the rank of staff sergeant. Probasco
Phi Kappa Phi.
program with Washburn. Goes
in Newport Beach, Calif.
was the auditor for Shawnee
Edward Wiegers, jd ’57, 80,
later worked for McKinsey and
Philip Saia, jd ’60, 82,
County for 12 years and worked
Marysville, Kan., on June
Company Inc., Barry Wright
Frontenac, Kan., on Sept. 1. He
as an attorney. He was a member
28. He served in the Army
Corporation and Sonicare. He
served in the Army before owning
of Alpha Delta and Delta Theta
National Guard, retiring as a
was a member of Phi Delta Theta.
a private practice as an attorney.
Phi. Survivors include wife Ethel
colonel after 35 years of service.
Guy Harris, bba ’65, 69,
Saia was a worker’s compensation
*Dues-paid Alumni Association members are highlighted in blue.
Branson West, Mo., on May 24.
36 In Memory 34
JAMES AHRENS, PROFESSOR OF LAW EMERITUS, 94, TOPEKA, on June 6 Born in St. Louis, Mo., James Ahrens served in the Army/Air Force Intelligence Corps during World War II before attending Wooster College and the University of Chicago, where he received a juris doctor degree. He was a professor of law at Washburn from 1944 to 1988, designing the Washburn Law Institute and serving as the faculty adviser for the Washburn Moot Court team. Ahrens initiated comparative law programs for Yugoslavia and England and was named a distinguished professor of law. He also had a law school endowment in tort law in his name. Survivors include wife Margaret Ahrens, Topeka; sons Martin Ahrens, ba ’67, Topeka, a senior development director at the Washburn University Foundation, and Anton Ahrens, Topeka; daughters Julia Ahrens, ma ’89, Kansas City, Kan., and Katherine Weidling, ba ’77, Shawnee Mission, Kan., Martha Miller and Barbara Jackson; grandson James Ahrens, ba ’10, Topeka; son-in-law Frank Weidling, ba ’78, Shawnee Mission, Kan.; and daughter-in-laws Carolyn Szafran Ahrens, bfa ’74, Topeka, and Susan Stickley, b ed ’76, Topeka.
judge, owned Crawford County
of the House Reappointment
Republic County and a member
He served in the Army during the
Abstract Company from 1971 to
Committee. He later opened a
of the Kansas Bar Association.
Vietnam War before teaching and
1990 and retired as a gunsmith.
law firm. Bideau was a member of
Karl Glatt, ba ’76, ms ’89, 59,
coaching in Arkansas City, Kan.
Survivors include daughter
Sigma Phi Epsilon and an intern
Topeka, on Aug. 11. He worked
Prather had a private practice
Ramona (Saia) Miller, msw ’11,
in the Law Clinic at Washburn.
at Southwestern Bell Telephone
in McPherson and served as
Survivors include wife Margaret
Company. Survivors include
assistant county attorney. He
Charles Schwartz III, b music ’69,
(Fritton) Bideau, b ed ’75,
father Oren Glatt, ba ’52,
was a member of Phi Delta Phi
66, Hartville, Mo., on May 13.
Chanute; brother David Bideau,
Abilene, Kan.; mother Harriet
and an intern in the Law Clinic.
He served in the Navy and taught
bba ’79, Chanute; and nephews
(Heins) Glatt, ba ’55, Abilene,
Survivors include son Nathan
music at Siuslaw High School in
Adam Bideau, bis ’13, Chanute,
Kan.; uncle A.D. Glatt, bpa ’89,
Prather, bfa ’02, McPherson.
Oregon. Schwartz was a member
and Heath Bideau, bba ’10,
Topeka; and stepdaughter
of Alpha Delta and Phi Mu Alpha
Lisa (Mills) Goularte,
Sinfonia. Survivors include brother
Harriet (Gingerich) Caplan, jd
ba ’96, Topeka.
James Schwartz, b music ’66,
’76, 67, Hays, Kan., on Aug. 2.
Larry Kane, bba ’71, 64, Oro
Ariz., on July 28. He owned the
She was a professor at Fort Hays
Valley, Ariz., on July 4. He was
John Thomas Banta P.C. law
State University. Before then,
executive vice president of U.S.
firm. Banta was a member of Phi
Caplan was a parole officer in
Bank in Lawrence, Kan., and
Delta Phi and worked on the staff
Edwin Bideau III, bba ’72,
Cleveland, Ohio, and had a 25-
previously worked at banks in
of the law journal.
jd ’75, 62, Chanute, Kan., on
year career in banking. She was a
Portland, Ore., and Chicago, Ill.
Terrance Cavanaugh, bba ’84,
Sept. 5. He was the assistant
member of Phi Kappa Phi and the
Kane was a member of Sigma Phi
69, Corpus Christi, Texas,
county attorney in Neosho
editorial staff of the law journal, as
Epsilon. Survivors include sister
on Aug. 29. He was a funeral
County before being elected
well as an intern in the Law Clinic.
Patricia (Kane) Kovalchuk,
director and worked for
as county attorney. Bideau was
John Eyer, bba ’74, jd ’77, 60,
bsw ’95, Topeka.
elected to the Kansas House of
Belleville, Kan., on May 7. He
Charles Prather, jd ’77, 67,
Survivors include brothers
Representatives and was chair
was district magistrate judge of
McPherson, Kan., on June 27.
Stephen Cavanaugh, ba ’71,
35 In Memory
John Banta, jd ’85, 67, Phoenix,
Tammy Ready, 36, Topeka, on
John O’Brien, bs ’00, 42,
Sept. 11. She was a custodian
professor at the University of
Topeka, on Sept. 3. He played
in the Facilities Services
ba ’69, jd ’76, Shawnee Mission,
Kansas Medical Center. Survivors
football at Washburn.
Department at Washburn.
Kan.; and sister-in-laws
include sister Debra Stewart,
Amy (Dahlstrom) Reser,
Ruth (Granger) Stauffer, 86,
Beth Cavanaugh, m ed ’95,
b ed ’80, m ed ’05, Topeka;
bba ’03, 33, Highlands Ranch,
Topeka, on March 31. She
Evergreen, Colo., and Annette
brother-in-law Mark Works,
Colo., on Aug. 24. Survivors
worked for the Emporia Gazette
Cavanaugh, b ed ’92, Topeka.
ba ’85, jd ’88, Topeka; and nieces
include mother Lynn (Hiebsch)
and was director of the Florence
Kevin Larrison, ba ’86, 55,
Alanna Seymour, bsn ’13,
Pelton, b ed ’90, m ed ’99,
Crittenton Home and Planned
Holton, Kan., on July 6. He was
Topeka, and Margeaux
Topeka; and sister Angela
Parenthood. Stauffer’s service to
an athletic trainer who worked
Seymour, a Washburn student.
Dahlstrom, bsw ’05, Topeka.
the community was extensive,
at Midwest Sports Medicine
Paul West, jd ’84, 55, St. Joseph,
Sylvia Scott, bsn ’00, 39, Topeka,
including serving on the boards
and as an adjunct instructor at
Mo., on May 17. He was a fiscal
on June 15. She worked in
for the Ronald McDonald
Washburn. Survivors include
analyst for the Kansas Legislature.
nursing for 14 years, including
House, Mulvane Art Museum,
daughter Holli (Larrison)
West was an intern in the Law
at the Truman Medical Center
University of Kansas Natural
Dieckmann, as ’08, Holton.
Clinic at Washburn.
in Kansas City, Mo. Survivors
History Museum and Kansas
Susan (Glotzbach) Sackman,
include sister Abigail Dillard,
International Museum. She
aa ’89, Kansas City, Kan.
received the president’s award
jd ’80, Topeka, and David
Mission Medical Center. Stewart
Cavanaugh, bba ’87, Topeka;
previously worked as an assistant
brother-in-law David Skidgel,
ba ’80, 54, Herndon, Va., on June 28. She was an Air Force civil servant for nearly 30 years,
Robert Burton, ba ’96, 47, Topeka, on July 5. He was
from Washburn in 1995 and established a scholarship for
Jeremy Stein, bs ’11, 32,
single mothers through the
Washburn. Burton was a member
Ulysses, Kan., on Sept. 16. He
Washburn Women’s Alliance.
of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Survivors
was an INE technician in the oil
Survivors include husband
was a member of Kappa Mu
include sister Jennifer (Burton)
and gas industry.
John Stauffer Sr., Topeka,
Epsilon and Angel Flight at
Streett, b ed ’94, Hiawatha, Kan.
a Washburn University
Washburn. Survivors include
Craig Kendall, jd ’91, 54,
brother Edward Glotzbach, ba
Anaheim, Calif., on May 4. He
’70, St. Louis, Mo., a Washburn
was a tax attorney in Topeka and
University Foundation trustee.
a member of the student division
Teresa (Kramer) Sloan, bsn ’86,
of the American Bar Association
52, St. Joseph, Mo., on Sept. 7.
She was a nurse at the Veterans
Linda (Simpson) Pinkston, aa
Administration Hospital in
’92, 56, Topeka, on Aug. 9.
Leavenworth and the St. Joseph
She worked for the Kansas
James Spring, jd ’82, 57,
Kevin Roberts, bba ’90, 46,
Winfield, Kan., on Aug. 18. He
Sedalia, Mo., on Aug. 24. He
was the Cowley County attorney
was a manager at the distribution
and also worked as a judge.
center for WireCo World
Daniel Stewart, bs ’83, 52,
Group and previously managed
Shawnee, Kan., on May 29.
distribution centers for Walmart,
He founded the reproductive
Payless ShoeSource, Stride-Rite
medicine and infertility
including working as the senior strategic analyst for the National Guard joint staff. Sackman
a computer programmer at
department at the Shawnee *Dues-paid Alumni Association members are highlighted in blue.
Lloyd Muilenburg, 85, Topeka, on June 9. He served in the Navy and Army, then later as a chaplain in Vietnam, Germany and the United States. Muilenburg achieved the rank of lieutenant colonel before retiring and becoming a chaplain at St. Francis Health Center and Presbyterian Manor. Survivors include wife Mary (Fuller) Muilenburg, b music ’56, Topeka; daughter Sheri (Muilenburg) Bokelman, aa ’87, bba ’87, Evergreen, Colo.; stepdaughter Dorothy (Van Slyke) Iliff, b ed ’81, Topeka; and stepgrandson Justin Blumreich, bba ’05, bsn ’11, Topeka.
Foundation trustee; son John Stauffer Jr., bba ’76, Olathe, Kan., also a Foundation trustee; and daughter Mary Brownback, Topeka. Joseph Stein, 89, Topeka, on July 24. He served in the Air Force during the Korean Conflict before working for more than 60 years as a physician, including 52 years in neurology. He worked at Menninger Clinic, taught at the University of Kansas Medical Center and was a physician at the CottonO’Neil Clinic. Survivors include wife Lucy (Nichols) Stein, m ed ’73, Topeka. 38 In Memory 36
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Amanda Hughes Frankye Hughes Hillary Hughes Michael Hughes Gene Huguenin Anne Hula Harold Hula Vivian Hulsopple Scott Hultgren Darryl Humphrey Andrew Hund Bill Hund Irma Hund David Hundley Wayne Hundley Seth Huninghake Debby Hunt Mark Hunt Fred Hunter Russ Hunter James Hurd Walter Hurd Anastasia Hurtado Morgan Hutcherson Dan Hutchins Susie Hutchins John Hutchinson Mary Hutchison Michelle Hutchison Russ Hutchison Donna Huxman Melanie Huxman-Hickok Venita Hyatt Becky Iams Herb Iams Lane Iams Thomas Ice Tracie Inman Rosario Interial George Ireland Christina Irvine Crystal Irwin Jeanette Irwin Larry Irwin Angela Isaac Gerald Isaac Alyse Jackson Ashley Jackson Ben Jackson Deborah Jackson Fred Jackson Kathryn Jackson Mary Jo Jackson Sheri Jackson Barbara Jacobs Jennifer Jacobs Kelly Jacobsen Arthur James Mel James Shirley James-Shimp Ben Janssen Sue Jarchow Scott Jarvis Mike Jauken Timothy Jay Patrick Jean Melissa Jeanneret Nick Jefferson Phillip Jeffery Linda Jeffrey James Jeffries Stacey Jegel Stefani Jehlik Bob Jennings Kelcie Jennings Pat Jennings Hal Jensen Helen Jensen Jack Jensen Julie Jensen Brent Jepson Shuang Jiang Eric Joens Roxy Johanning Kristin Johansen
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Darnelle Johns Autumn Johnson Barbara Johnson Betty Johnson Bill Johnson Bob Johnson Brett Johnson Brian Johnson Bruce Johnson Colton Johnson Cooper Johnson Gary Johnson Greg Johnson Jamie D. Johnson Jamie M. Johnson Jerry Johnson John P. Johnson John W. Johnson Karen Johnson Kathy Johnson Larry Johnson Lynn Johnson Mary Johnson Nancy Johnson Nicole Johnson Niki Johnson Peggy Johnson Robyn Johnson Steve Johnson Susan Johnson Vickie Johnson William Johnson Susan Johnsrud Bob Johnston Jan Johnston Linda Johnston Mike Johnston Rhonda Johnston Ruth Johnston Bill Jones Blake Jones Bob Jones Bruce Jones Byron Jones Christopher Jones DJ Jones Doug Jones Ernestine Jones Evelyn Jones Jim Jones Larry Jones Lisa Jones Lydia Jones Mackenzie Jones Maria Jones Nancy Jones Pattie Jones Philip Jones Gary Jordan Joyce Jordan Kathy Jordan Lee Jordan Nathan Jordan Vijoy Joseph Judy Joss Robert Joy Patricia Joyce Terry Joyce Anna Jumpponen Tiffany Jurgensmeier Emily Kaberline Katie Kaberline Maria Kaganovich Jack Kahle Larry Kaiser Samantha Kaiser Lindsey Kaminski Henry Kampschroeder Valeriya Kanaeva Marice Kane Arden Kanode Courtney Kasl Shirley Kass Kenneth Kassen Crystal Katzer
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Carol Kaufman Dean Kaufman Jackie Kaufman Darren Kearns Ellen Kearns Mallory Keeffe Theresa Keehn Amanda Keeler Jan Keeley Mike Keeley John Keenan Bob Keeshan Kelsie Keleher Jeffery Keller Jordan Keller Lacey Keller Levi Keller Clarence Kelley Dana Kelley Jonathon Kelley Misty Kelley Tom Kelley Christina Kellim Jordan Kelly Kyle Kelly Matthew Kelly Shaun Kelly Tom Kelly Flo Kemp C. L. Kendall Robert Kennedy Shane Kennedy Thomas Kennedy Don Kennett Daniel Kenney Denis Kenney Janay Kent Joan Kerchner Robert Kerchner Ken Kerle Mary Kerle Charles Kerls Melissa Kershner Garrett Kersting Charles Kesinger Emily Kessler Martha Kessler Nancy Kessler Richard Kessler Jim Ketcherside Dani Kibble Forrest Kidney Larry Kietzman Ray Killam Barbara Kimbrough Lanny Kimbrough Thomas Kimmerly Dick Kinder Lacey Kinder Penny Kinder Tim Kinder Jaimee King Jim King Kathy King Marty King Rachel King Ralph King Shelley King Richard Kingman Sarah Kingston Doris Kinnett Mindie Kinsch Autumn Kirchner Carolyn Kirkland Rosemary Kirkpatrick Chuck Kirmse Ida Kirmse Kymry Kistner Jarrett Kitch Brenda Kitchen Steve Kitchen Michael Kitowski Leslie Klaassen Dee Klausman Jane Klefstad
Betty Klein Oscar Klein Petra Kleinschmidt JoAnn Klemmer Jake Klima Kris Klima Jessica Kline Melvin Kline Danny Knapp David Knudtson Laura Knudtson Daryl Kobzar Emily Kobzar Kate Kobzar Susan Kobzar Brian Koch Erin Koch Jeff Koch Jennifer Koch Linda Koch Stacy Koch Stephanie Koch Steve Koch Jessie Koci Derek Koehler Allison Koehn Bill Koehn Brenda Koehn Cherrie Koehn Mollie Koehn Marilynn Koelliker Cecil Kohake Nancy Kohake Kunle Kola Patricia Kolb Brenda Kolbaba Shane Kolbaba Richard Kolbek Michael Koller Sue Kollhoff Julian Kolodziej Kevin Kongs LeeAnne Kongs Lisa Kongs Michael Kongs Shelbie Konkel Chris Korth Catelyn Kostbar Haydee Kostecki Jean Kotary Brenda Kramer John Krane Riley Krane Shelley Krane Ashley Krass Ernie Kratina Tammy Krecklow Bailey Krogman Susan Krotzinger Ed Krysl Neta Krysl Justin Krystofosky-Ryckert Krista Kubie Will Kubie Ben Kuglin Beth Kuhn Ed Kumorowski Vickie Kumorowski Sean Kuno Gordon Kuntz Jill Kuntze Joan Kurz Audrey LaClair Charles LaClair William LaClair Barbara Lacore Donna Lacy Mollie Lacy Ami Ladhawala Ryan Ladner Lizz Laett Trevor LaFarge Austin LaFreniere Jim Lagerberg Ashli LaGrand
Shari LaGrange-Kermer Lisa Lai Max Lai Ashley Laird John Laird Mark Laird Tim Laird Anita Lakatos Donna LaLonde Charley Laman Alicia Lamb Ben Lamb Lindsey Lambert Sally Lambert Kent Lammers Carrie Lancaster Donn Land Janet Land Curt Landis Diane Landon-Ruther Josie Landry Dan Lane James Lane Jeanne Lane Kevin Lane Joe Lang John Lang Joleen Lang Harriet Lange Rebecca Lange Michelle Langer Stan Langhofer Matthew Langworthy Kathy Lansford Wesley Lantrip Donna Larrison Gene Larrison David Larson Hilary Larson Karen Lasater Lee Lassiter Rhonda Lassiter Nancy Laster Joe Latas Jana Latendresse Mark Latimer Jennifer Laudermilk Becky Lauer Joel Lauer Jo Lauffer Connie Laughon Mike Laughon Mary Lawhon Larry Lawrence Will Lawrence Wanda Lawson Barbara Leabo Gary Leabo Shelby Leach Ricardo Leal Dorothy Leanard Carol Lear Stephanie LeBlanc Joseph Ledbetter Stuart Ledbetter Kendra Leddy Amy Ledom Alan Lee Barbara Lee Bob Lee Darius Lee Jerry Lee Karen Lee Paul Lee Peggy Lee Sam Lee Samantha Leeds Terry Leek Emily Leeper Sarah Legleiter Jim Leighton Benjamin Leiker Joe Leiker Steve Leiker Hank Leistikow
Sarah Lemmon Karen Lemon Okie Lemon Susan Lemon Tom Lemon Peggy Lenherr Charles Lenoir Doris Lentz Stan Lentz Tom Lenz Gail Leonard Ken Leonard Rodney Lesh Ray Less Stephanie Less Dode Lesser Elsie Lesser Mike Lesser Bev Leuenberger Jan Leuenberger Constance Leuty Brandy Lewis Bre Lewis Catharine Lewis Dolores Lewis Jim Lewis Tom Lewis Jean Lewis Sanchez Junrong Lian Christopher Lichter Julie Liedtke Richard Liedtke Michelle Lierz Sean Lierz Ann Lindburg Paige Lindburg Randy Lindemuth David Linderman JoAn Lindfors Theodore Lindner Allison Lindstrom Rachel Lininger Becky Linquist Ed Linquist Aimee Linsey Kore Lippoldt Mitchell List Amy Lister Jean Litchfield Catie Little Emily Little Lynn Littleton Shiloh Litton Larry Livingston Linda Livingston Elton Lobban Taryn Locke Patrick Lockett Sue Lockett Ty Lockett Gitzy Loder Megan Loder Christine Logan Kathy Logan Miriam Loganbill Cody Lohse Cassie Lombardino Anne Long Ryan Long Kathleen Longhofer Roxanne Longoria Erin Lopez Lainey Lord Noela Lord Jo Lorson Rex Lorson Jay Loschke Garrett Love Janet Love Jared Love Georganne Lovelace Jess Loveless Marjorie Lovewell Dee Lowe Marc Lowe
Chuck Lower Gordon Lowry Jalen Lowry Kem Lowry Kirk Lowry Jenifer Lucas Matthew Lucht Michael Ludwig Alyssa Luedke Jeannette Luedke Randall Luedke Tom Luedke Jonette Luellen Leone Luetcke Kristina Luke-Fry John Lundblade Brady Lundeen Garrett Lundry Marie Luthi Karol Luttjohann Brian Lutz Connor Lutz Greg Lutz Kathy Lutz Laura Lutz Pamela Lutz Tyler Lutz Brendan Lykins Dan Lykins Judy Lykins Lois Lykins Molly Lykins Danny Lynch Sarah Lynch Mary Lynn Theresa Lyons Eileen Ma Jim Maag Kathy Maag Nancy Macdonell Jeannie Macfee Jim Macfee Rich MacFee Judy Macha Harriette Macnish Amy Macy Brad Macy Alavia Madani Joshua Madden Stephanie Madden Ashok Madhavan Candi Madill AJ Madl Marsha Madl Kalee Madorin Susan Maendele Rosamaria Magallanez Ashley Magana-Garcia Shirley Magee Carrie Magill Mark Magner John Magnuson Caitlin Mahan Greg Maher Pam Maher Mike Mahoney Peggy Mahoney Jessica Mai Austin Main Brian Main Laura Main Sijan Mainali Melissa Maitoza Ray Makalous Farhan Makda Shalisa Mallory Marla Malloy Rich Malloy Jacinda Malveaux Marion Manion Dave Manley Mary Manley Jared Mann Linda Mannering Pam Manning
BECOME A MEMBER Discounts, free admittance to several Alumni Association events, networking opportunities and much more! That’s what you receive for joining the Washburn Alumni Association, giving back to your alma mater and showing pride in your university. The cost? Just $35 a year. For the first five years after you receive your degree, that price is just $15 a year. If you’re a student, it’s an even better value at $10 per year.
WHAT YOU RECEIVE • Complimentary events: Your membership comes with free admittance to our football tailgates and monthly social, After Hours. You can eat and drink as much as you like at both events. • Discounts: You’ll receive discounts at several businesses in the Topeka area, as well as from hotels and car rental companies. Visit washburn.edu/alumniassociation for a complete list. • Basketball and football tickets: You’ll receive buy-one, get-one-free general admission tickets for select regular season home games.
INSURANCE PROGRAM The Alumni Association sponsors an alumni insurance program as a service to alumni. The program offers a variety of attractively priced insurance products, most of which are available to alumni, students, faculty and staff, as well as their spouses, domestic partners, children, parents and siblings: •A uto, Home & Renters Insurance: Special rates are available to alumni and family members living in the same household. • Health Insurance: For those with a temporary or permanent need for coverage, such as the unemployed, self-employed and recent graduates. • Life Insurance: Long-term protection with great rates and fantastic features. Coverage is available to $50 million. • Long Term Care Insurance: Intended to protect assets from serious erosion, while allowing access to quality care in the most appropriate and desirable setting. • Travel Insurance: Travel medical or trip protection insurance options are available for individuals or groups traveling abroad. • Identity Theft Protection: Protect yourself and your family against identity theft with a comprehensive solution you can count on. • Pet Insurance: Simple, customizable dog and cat insurance plans are available. • Annuities: An ideal tax-deferred vehicle for conservative investors who want guaranteed fixed interest rates for extended periods. • Special Event: Liability coverage up to $2 million is available for events lasting from a few hours to as much as 10 days. • Advisory Services: A licensed insurance professional is available, at no charge, to answer questions and provide customized guidance. For more information, visit meyerandassoc.com/washburn or contact the program administrator at 1.800.635.7801.
HOW MEMBERSHIPS HELP US • Your support is vital to the success of the Alumni Association and Washburn. Members drive the Association’s ability to reach its mission and goals, sustain existing programs and implement new ideas. • Your support allows us to organize an array of events and funds our publications, reunion activities and alumni chapter meetings across the country. • Your alumni dues also have an impact on Washburn’s ranking in several reports, including the U.S. News and World Report. Dues are also a qualifier for the amount of funding Washburn receives from the State of Kansas.
MEMBERSHIPS • Annual membership: $35 per single and $50 per couple •A nnual membership for recent graduates (graduated in 2008 or later): $15 per single and $25 per couple •F ive-year membership for recent graduates (graduated in 2008 or later): $60 per single and $120 per couple • Student membership (students currently enrolled at Washburn): $10 per single • Lifetime membership: $500 per single and $650 per couple • Lifetime installment membership: Four annual installments of $150 per single and four annual installments of $200 per couple
HOW TO SIGN UP • Go to washburn.edu/alumni and click on the blue membership button on the left side of the page. • Go to givetowashburn.org/ alumnilogin. • Call the Alumni Association office at 785.670.1641.
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Whitney Mansfield Margaret Manspeaker Edward Marchant Susie Marchant Gordon Mardis Zach Mark Larry Marken Betty J. Marling Betty Jo Marling Paul Marmet Christel Marquardt Jo Marsh Julia Marsh Nancy Marsh Sangster Alice Marshall Bill Marshall Chris Marshall Dee Marshall H.B. Marshall Jim Marshall Lori Marshall Ron Marshall Terry Marshall Penny Marshall-Chura Kait Marsh-Blake Jay Martell Fred Marten Jessie Martens Bernard Martin Cathy Martin Deborah Martin Elaine Martin Jim Martin John Martin Ken Martin Margaret Martin Morgan Martin Peg Martin Perry Martin Sandy Martin Steve Martin Tami Martin Thomas Martin Trisha Martin Joey Martinak Tyler Martinak Janet Martinek Orville Martinek Stevie Martinez Thomas Martinez Beth Martino Stephen Martino George Marvin Kristin Marzec Minna Masalin Ryan Masilionis Elizabeth Massey Heather Massey Emi Masterson Marie Mater Shelby Matheny Donald Mathers Larry Mathews Lori Mathews Hugh Mathewson Jeffrey Mattern Doug Matthews Doug Mauck Jan Mauck Jake Mauslein Rich Maust Chandler Maxon Danielle Maxon Jeffrey Maxon Marvin Maydew Doris Mayfield Roland Mayhew Aaron Mays Tara Mays JuliAnn Mazachek Keith Mazachek Aaron McAlinden Bruce McAlister Derek McAlister Mac McAlister
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Marge McAlister Trudy McAlister Kent McAnally Amanda McBride Mason McBride Susan McCabe Bob McCaig Patricia McCall Nancy McCandless Emily McCarthy Jerry McCarthy Jill McCartney Barbara McCauley Don McClain Mirah McClairen Janet McClanahan Mike McClanahan Robert McClelland Bianca McClure Tom McClure Linda McCollum Dave McComb Audrey McConnell John McConnell Joyce McConnell Tricia McCourt Sharon McCourt-Ostrowski Kate McCown Cathy McCoy Craig McCoy Janet McCoy Molly McCoy Pat McCoy Julia McCraw Daniel McCready Thomas McCue Shirley McCulley Chase McCullough TJ McDaniel Tonya McDaniel Michael McDiffett Bill McDonald Gary McDonald Kathy McDonald Kyle McDonald Carol McDowell Niki McDowell Betty McEnroe Casper Jim McEntire Jamie McEwen Kay McFarland Tara McGaugh Chris McGee Emily McGee John McGivern Sheila McGivern Don McGlinn Sallie McGlinn Chris McGown Erin McGown Taylor McGown Michelle McGranahan Chelsie McGraw Matthew McGregor Erin McHenry Mischa McHenry Ron McHenry Ashley McKee Shawn McKeever Wendel McKeever Lesley McKenzie Doris McKernan Eithne McKibbin Jacque McKibbin Joe McKinney Amy McLaren Greg McLaren Dennis McLaughlin Chuck McLeod Mary McLeod Ashton McMahon Ashley McMillan Laura McMullin John McNee Valerie McNee
Rod McNeill Tylor McNeill William McNeill Troy McNemar Nancy McNerney Carly McPeak Dary McPhail Gary McPhail Lorna McPhail Mary Lou McPhail Gordon McQuere Melanie McQuere Larry McReynolds Michael McSpadden Steve McSpadden Jessica Meadors Brenda Meagher Gary Meagher Eunice Medcalf Tom Medill Magda Medina Kathryn Meehan Kim Meehan Byron Meeks Connie Meiggs Sheila Meineke Bob Meinershagen Mellony Meister J. P. Meitner Tiffany Mendel Burney Mendenhall Christopher Mendoza Faustino Mendoza Kina Mendoza Rita Mendoza Suzanne Meredith Tom Merkel Martha Merritt Lauren Mersman Ryan Mertz Tim Mesa Brenda Mesker Brett Mesker Don Messer Greg Messersmith Garrett Metcalf Michael Metcalf Susanne Metcalf Dan Metz Lee Ann Metzenthin Paul Metzenthin Jim Metzger Taylor Metzger Casey Meyer Donna Meyer Trenton Meyer Deidre Michael Philip Michael Jill Michaux Carolyn Middendorf Cristine Millard Daniel Millburn Barbara Miller Benny Miller Brooke Miller Craig Miller David Miller Donald Miller Heather Miller Jack Miller Jeanette Miller Jenna Miller Keri Miller Kristi Miller Kylie Miller Lorene Miller Marcus Miller Marilyn Miller Michael Miller Morgan Miller Robert Miller Rose Miller Ross Miller Tondra Miller Whitney Miller
Andy Millett Emily Millhollen Jon Milliken Carrol Mills Alvin Milner Norma Milner Joyce Milroy Leroy Ming Morgan Minihan John Minnick Russell Minnis Betty Mitchell Dennis Mitchell Haley Mitchell Michael Mitchell Steve Mock Don Moe Sierra Moeller Katelin Mohr Erin Mohwinkle Mo Mohwinkle Lyudmyla Mokryak Amy Molina Jay Monhollon Mallorie Monhollon Sherri Monhollon David Monical Virginia Monroe John Montague Giuliano Montanaro Ochoa Meloni Montgomery Barbara Moody Al Moore Brittany Moore Carolin Moore Chris Moore Connie Moore Deborah Moore Donald Moore Elissa Moore Greg Moore Jo Ann Moore John Moore Lindsey Moore Meredith Moore Sharree Moore Shaun Moore Stephanie Moore Susan Moore Chelsey Moran Rich Moran Lesa Morby Wayne Moreland Dorothy Morgan Ted Morgan James Morley Sharon Morley Dale Morris Dona Morris Eddie Morris Erin Morris Jeremy Morris Joe Morris Peggy Morris Elmo Morrison Lonny Morrison Mona Morrissey Otis Morrow Bob Morse Nicholas Morse Joshua Mortensen Jared Moser Robin Moser Scott Moser Aaron Moses Andrew Moses David Moses Jaime Moses Eva Mosiman Gene Mosiman Andrew Moskow Trey Moss Dave Mosso Nancy Mote Booker Moten
Sue Mowder Rick Mowrer Tina Mowrer Bill Mueller John Mugler Muhsinjon Muhamadjonov Mary Muilenburg Lisa Muiller Christie Mull Nick Mull Shawn Muller John Mullican Melanie Mullican Lucas Mullin Barry Muninger Kari Muniz Tom Munk Naomi Munoz Kent Munzer Pat Munzer Anne Murdock Jackie Murray Ragen Murray Michael Mustain Doug Muxlow Brooks Myers Bruce Myers Donna Myers Jon Myers Mike Myers Patrick Myers Austin Nachbar Rob Nall Amanda Narverud Layne Nash Sara Nash-Ferguson Katy Nasse Al Nauman Edward Navone Jason Neal Laquisha Neal Beth Nech Michael Neeley Mariana Neff Zachary Nehring Carrie Neis Mark Neis Bill Neiswanger Nancy Neiswanger Sara Neiswanger David Nelson Donald Nelson Linda Nelson Randy Nelson Sara Nelson Tyler Nelson Lauren Neuer Crystal Neumann Jessica Neumann Barraclough Jay Newbery Debbie Newcomer Steve Newcomer Marti Newell Tracy Newell Ed Newman Peter Newman Robert Newman Marguerite Newton Dick Ney Haylee Nguyen Beverly Nicholas Truman Nicholas Betty Nichols Bill Nichols Ed Nichols Karen Nichols Mary Nichols Nickie Nichols Stein Linda Nickel Mike Nickel Judy Nickelson Chad Nieman Charles Niemann Alayna Nigus Alanna Niles
Larry Niven Josh Nixon Mark Noah JoAnn Noble-Thompson Bob Noblitt Jorge Nobo Patricia Nobo Ramon Noches Carol Noe Jere Noe Kipp Noe Patricia Noel-Johnson Rita Noll Scott Noll Brad Noller Maxine Noller Tiffany Noller Harry Noon Hans Nordgren Carl Nordstrom Dona Nordstrom Mark Nordstrom Jacqueline Norman Jenny Norris Sydney North Jan Northcraft Brad Norton Austin Nothern Marianna Nothern Larry Nourse Myra Nourse Mike Nowak Charles Nunemaker Jeanne Nunn Mark Nusbaum Larry Nuss Marie Nusz Donna Nutter Paul Nutter Carl Nuzman Jan Nuzman Cecilia Nwakpuda Cliff Nye Jim Nyman Gini Nystrom Michael Obenieta Angela O'Brien Casey O'Brien Jo Ann O'Brien Kandy Ockree Robert Ockree Helen Odgers Davis Bill Ogan Rachel Ogle Laurie Ohl Jody Olberding Larry Olberding Samantha Olberding Sara Olberding Charlotte Oldham Dale Oldham Dave Oldham Linda Oldham Burns Frances Oliva Dianne Oliver Kent Oliver Marsha Oliver Lou Ann Olsen Tommy Olsen Courtney Olson Elizabeth Olson Julie Olson Meghan Olson Shirin Oman Shannon O'Neill Deren Onursal Liz Oppenhuis Alex Ornstein Karen Ortega Pat Ortega Susan Ortega Bob Ortiz Diana Ortiz Brittany Osborne Amber Oshel
Bob Oshel Linda Ossiander Steve Ossiander Cassie Ost Ian Otinga Pam O'Toole Trusdale Debbie Otting Eric Otting Denise Ottinger Dorothy Overbey Brittany Overmiller Brad Owen Cindy Owen Brittany Owens Jim Owens Nusret Ozakinci Betsy Packard Trenton Padgett Gwen Page Jeanne Page Steve Page Valerie Paine Jack Palace Leslie Palace Tom Palace Dakota Palan-Johnson Fred Palenske Kaetlynn Palenske Nickolas Palenske Pam Palenske Daryl Palmer Gail Palmer Chris Pannbacker Jonathan Panqueva Cardenas David Pantle Francisco Parisi Duarte Minhee Park Matt Parker Samantha Parker Linda Parks Sheridan Parks Dwight Parman Lisa Parman Donn Parr Don Parry Courtney Partridge Larry Patch Monica Patel Betty Patterson Dick Patterson Elsiann Patterson Pat Patterson Philip Patterson Richard Patterson Lawrence Patti Fred Patton Kim Patton Orpha Pattridge Nancy Paul Reuben Paulsen Tyson Paulson Will Paulson Bill Pauzauskie Sally Pauzauskie Joe Pavlich Anna Pawley Sheva Paydari Alexander Payne Esim Payne James P. Payne James S. Payne Kathy Payne Keith Payne Nena Payne Stefany Payne Mary Payton Teresa Pearson Beverly Peaslee Cynthia Pederson Ron Pederson Nancy Peel Gary Peer Ronda Pegram Steven Pegram Kent Pellegrino
Keith Pelton Lynne Pelton Virginia Pelton Terri Pemberton Mary Jo Pembrook Randy Pembrook Rudy Penaranda Eunice Penner Aleta Pennington Amy Penny Bailey Pepper Denise Peralta Karla Perez Sanchez Clayton Perkins Jan Perney Joseph Perry Yvonne Perry Staci Pershall Ashley Persinger Greg Pert Kelly Pert Larry Peters Bonnie Peterson Doris Peterson Gary Peterson Mitch Peterson Pete Peterson Phil Peterson Tim Peterson Vicki Peterson Melissa Petesch Dee Petree Cecil Petterson Norma Pettijohn Roger Pettit Lynette Petty Andrew Petz Nancy Pfannenstiel Tom Pfannenstiel Erica Pfeifer Daniel Phelps Ed Phelps George Phelps Sara Phelps Zacharias Phelps-Roper Amber Phifer Lynne Philips Daphne Phillips Kathleen Phillips Wei Pi Amanda Pierce Bobette Pierce Cassie Pierce Dave Pierce Kevin Pierce Martha Pierce Verna Pierce Bill Pierson Molly Pierson Connie Pigg Steve Pigg Fred Pilcher Joe Pilgrim Sarah Pilgrim Josue Pineda John Pinegar Fred Pinkham Leah Piper Ali Pirali Claire Pittman Roxie Pitts Dave Platt Sarah Plowman Marsha Plush Richard Pokorny Sally Pokorny Jennifer Poliquin Darlene Pollom Joe Pollom Duane Pomeroy Dale Pond Adam Poole Dorothy Pooler Ruth Pooler William Pooler
Audrey Pope Jill Pope Alex Portenier Elaine Porteous Ginny Porteous Jack Porteous Ally Porter Kyle Porter Tara Porter Kathy Portman Laura Poschen Brad Post Carolyn Post Mel Post Eliot Potter Harry Potter Jessica Potter Sherry Potter Stephen Potter Treva Potter Bill Powell John Powell Ruthann Pozez Edward Prekopy Kirsten Prekopy Joyce Prewitt Carol Price Josie Price Scott Price Thomas Price Tamara Price-Martinak Don Prince Beverly Probasco Lou Probasco Ryan Prochaska David Proctor Susan Proctor Riley Propps Rebecca Prosser April Ptacek Elizabeth Puckett Tom Puckett Jason Puderbaugh Joyce Puderbaugh Pat Puderbaugh Scott Puff Ardith Pulford Ed Pulliam Amber Purcell Kyle Purcell Mary Faith Pusey Pankin Barb Quaney Kirk Quarterman Imogene Quinlan Marjorie Quinlan Anna Quinn Colin Quinn Tonya Raaf Tim Racer Marina Rageth John Ragsdale Shandi Ragsdale Dustin Rainey Carol Raish Harold Ralston Linda Ralston Taiwo Ramon Richard Ramos Monte Ramskill Stephanie Randall Duane Randle Mark Randtke Margo Rangel Timothy Rangel Martin Ranker Barbara Rankin Erin Rankin Jim Rankin Jessica Ransone Dianne Rapp Larry Rapp Kristy Rasnic Betty Rasure Charles Rayl Pat Raymond
Sharon Read Gene Reardon Jim Reardon Linda Reardon Melody Reardon Michael Reaves Christopher Rebant Carolyn Rebek Paul Rebek Karen Reda Kenneth Redman Ashley Reece Cory Reed Gerrald Reed Bob Reeder Dorothy Reichart Caleb Reid Kurt Reid Jo Reilly Michele Reisinger Hayley Remund Bonnie Renfrow Gary Renick Mary Ann Renner-Eschmann Gary Reser Kathy Reser Paje Resner Tim Resner Harold Ressler Darrell Revell Douglas Reynolds Helen Reynolds James Reynolds Jay Don Reynolds Linda Reynolds Lissa Reynolds Mike Reynolds Ollie Reynolds Russell Reynolds Vicki Reynolds Jayme Rezac Kelsey Rezac Brad Rhoden Marla Rhoden Alyssa Rhodes Bob Rhodes Ellen Rhodes Jeremiah Rials Alan Rice Amanda Rice Claude Rice Jay Rice Michael Rice Sheila Rice Kay Richards William Richards Bethany Richardson David Richardson Elise Richardson Harold Richardson Florence Richey Navella Richey Ron Richey Jack Richmond Laura Richmond Robert Richmond Len Richter Terry Richter Tonya Ricklefs Martha Riddle Steven Riddle Beth Rider Brady Riekeman Zachary Riggins Jessica Rilinger Chad Rine Scott Rinehart Richard Ring Brandon Ritcha Carolyn Ritchey Gayle Ritchie Domine Catherine Ritter Richard Rittier Dominic Rizzo Bill Roach
Mary Roach Joe Robb John Robb Ron Robb Jennifer Robert Patricia Robert Randy Robert Caitlin Roberts Carol Roberts Glenna Roberts Jenny Roberts Keith Roberts Kristopher Roberts Leroy Roberts Rose Roberts Steve Roberts Wally Roberts Emery Robertson Shelbie Robertson Sylvia Robertson Alice Robinson Allan Robinson Amy Robinson Bob Robinson Dave Robinson Jeannie Robinson Joyce Robinson Karen Robinson Kyle Robinson Mal Robinson Vanessa Robinson Jean Robison Judith Robison Tom Robison Maggie Robohn Don Robson Keith Rocci Darrell Rodenbaugh Debra Rodenbaugh-Schaub Caitlin Rodenbeek Stephanie Rodgers Cindy Rodman Larry Rodrick Yvonne Rodriguez Bob Roe Randee Roe Barbara Roehl Don Roehl Bob Roenbaugh Cindy Rogers Dick Rogers Don Rogers Fred Rogers Jane Rogers Jerry Rogers Jud Rogers Rosie Rogers Ruth Rogers Terry Rogers Janele Rohlmeier Micheal Rohlmeier Curtis Rokala Karen Rokala Alan Rolley Ann Rolley Brooke Rollison Angel Romero Jane Romig Pam Romig Thomas J. Romig Thomas S. Romig Cassandra Romine Brian Ronsse Michael Rooks Dana Rooney Kate Rooney Katherine Rooney Billy Rork Lynda Rosander Deborah Rose Joe Rose John Rose Verna Rose Joshua Rosebaugh Tara Roseberry
Olivia Rosenberger Al Ma. Ross Al Me. Ross Amanda Ross Gary Ross Gretta Ross Julie Ross Marcia Ross Mark Ross Richard Ross Riley Ross Walter Ross Glenn Roth Meredith Roth Sally Roth Stacy Rottinghaus Joanne Roudebush Phil Roudebush Lee Routledge Bob Rowley Mary Rowley Meredith Royston Rose Rozmiarek Ginger Rubottom Linda Rubow Jessica Ruhnke Sarah Ruiz Phyllis Rumsey Brett Runyon Neil Rupert Chris Rush Hannah Rush Sarah Rush Shannon Rush Chrissy Russell Josh Russell Stephanie Russo Kay Rute Larry Rute Carrie Rutherford Rob Roy Rutherford Cyndi Ryan Jorden Ryan Meghan Ryan Richard Ryan Rick Ryan Brittany Rygaard Joe Rygielski Beth Ryszewski Carla Saathoff Shawn Saathoff Frank Sabatini Judith Sabatini Donni Sabel Kathy Sachen-Gute Dwayne Sackman Karen Sackman Katelin Sadler Kathryn Sagar Arlyn Sage Brad Sager Stan Sager Joe Saia Gwen Saiya Bob Salmon Kathryn Salsbury-Kiwan Philip Salter Stella Salter Danielle SanAntonio Henry Sandate Ashley Sanders Becky Sanders Jay Sanders Jim Sanders Kasey Sanders Traci Sanders Georgia Sandlin Terry Sandlin Maria Sangalang Gaylord Sanneman Narongsak Saparam Mark Satterfield Roy Saunders Joy Sayers Lisa Schaedler
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Patrick Schaefer Jill Schalansky Nick Schamaun Marcia Schaper Bailey Jo Schartz Bonny Schartz Joe Schartz Kitra Schartz Kyle Schartz Oliver Schbley Joyce Scheck Monica Scheibmeir Jessica Schell Joshua Schell Pat Scherzer Kristi Scheve Stephen Schiffelbein Teresa Schiffelbein Pamela Schilling Nicole Schings Paul Schlingensiepen Tammy Schlingmann Cherie Schlink Bryon Schlosser Jan Schlosser Brenda Schmidt Camille Schmidt Grier Schmidt Joseph Schmidt Kara Schmidt Kyle Schmidt Rod Schmidt Sarah Schmidt Kyle Schmidtlein Patrick Schmidtlein Emily Schmitt Jeff Schmitt Judy Schmitt Lora Schmitt Tom Schmitt Brittany Schmitz Ericah Schmucker Jon Schmucker Joline Schnacker Alison Schneider Liesl Schneider Nicholas Schneider Ron Schneider Tiana Schneider Gregory Schoenberg Roger Schoenfeldt Terry Schonlaw Elyse Schrader Randy Schrag Stacy Schreiner Jaclynn Schrick Patricia Schroder Rick Schroder Kristina Schroeder John Schroff Mary Schroff Lee Schubert Brooklyn Schuetz Kelcey Schuetz Pamela Schuetz Jeanie Schuler Samuel Schulte Marvin Schulteis Genell Schultes Ashley Schultz Dan Schultz Larry Schultz Stevi Schultz Zach Schultz Lauren Schulz Cheryl Schuster Mary Schuster Mike Schuster Bill Schutte Lynne Schutte Mike Schwart Ruth Ann Schwart Bret Schwarz Brenda Schweer Kelsey Schweer
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Ron Schweer Ed Schwemmer Danny Scott Dorothy Scott Emily Scott Jay Scott Kaela Scott Randall Scott Ruth Scott Fran Scrimsher Alyssa Sears Ian Seaton Virginia Seebeck Val Seely James Seem Gary Seibel Terri Seibel Peggy Seidl Rick Seitz Melinda Self Cindy Sell Ruby Sell Donna Sellen Matthew Sellens Melissa Sellers Steve Sellers Laura Semler Craig Senogles Edward Serrano Melissa Serrano Fulva Seufert Alanna Seymour Margeaux Seymour Fran Seymour-Hunter Hayley Shaffer Josh Shald Kesar Sharma-Crawford Sheri Sharp Kathryn Shartz Danelle Shaw Gloria Shaw Lisa Shea Wayde Shea Bill Sheahan Marsha Sheahan John Sheehan Susan Sheehan Mark Sheeks Mallory Shehi Kelsea Shellenberger Marty Shepherd Neil Shepherd Jesse Sherer Zachary Sherman Lori Shermoen Rich Shermoen Richard Shermoen John Sherwood Maribell Shevlin John Shideler Martha Shimp Justan Shinkle Shelby Shinkle Elissa Shipman Kaile Shipman Cody Shipps Janet Shivers Kelvin Shivers John Shobe Mary Kaye Shobe Sarah Shoemaker Brea Short Derek Shreve Aaron Shriver Heidi Shriver Brendon Shroyer Jon Shubin Barbara Shuck Audra Shughart Phil Shull John Shultz Brooke Shumaker Jack Shutt Jeannie Shy Ashlee Sidebottom
Kelly Sidlinger Laura Sidlinger Walter Siebert Don Sieve Jessica Sievers Paula Sigg Stephen Sigg Maggie Sigler Sandra Sigler Norma Sikes Jim Silver Marsha Silver Marvin Silver Samantha Silver Keith Silvers James Silvia Alayna Simecka Mary Simmons Treva Simmons Ruth Simnitt Terry Simnitt Herm Simon Dane Simoneau Alan Simons Emily Simons Jack Simpson James Simpson Jenn Simpson Wally Sue Simpson Buddy Sims Lawrence Sims Nicole Sims Kelsey Sinn Kyle Sipe Suzi Sipe Tim Sipe William Sipes Curt Sittenauer Jill Sittenauer Barbara Skipper Mitchell Slagle Lloyd Slapar John Slater Brad Slease Barbara Slimmer Gary Slimmer Heather Sloan Jim Sloan Chuck Slocum Doris Slocum Roseanne Sloop Peggy Sloyer Jeanne Slusher Michael Slusher Eric Slusser Jane Smelser Ashley Smith Betty Smith Betty Smith Brian Smith D.L. Smith Danyle Smith Dianna Smith Dick Smith Ethan Smith Fredric Smith Gayle Smith Gerd Smith Karen Smith Kimberly Smith Larry Smith Laura Smith Laura Smith Laurie Smith Martha Smith Mary Smith Megan Smith Melissa Smith Monty Smith Paul Smith Ralph Smith RaMonda Smith Russ Smith Ryan Smith Shelby Smith
Shelley Smith Suzy Smith Thomas Smith Jean Smith Simmons Chuck Smrha Jennifer Smutny Celsie Sneden Bill Sneed Diane Sneed Michael Snell Sally Snell Donald Snoddy Amanda Snook Peggy Snook Steve Snook Jim Snyder Kristen Soetaert John Solbach David Sollars Kyle Sollars Tricia Sollars Christi Somers Marsha Sonner Tania Sostre Ed Soule Judy Soule Grant Sourk Jennifer Sourk Candice Spacek Matt Spahn Connie Spain Dick Spain Shannon Spangler Tanner Speake LaBonna Speakman Eileen Spears Lenora Speer Lydia Spellman Angela Spence Carol Spencer Jim Spencer Donna Spicer Anthony Spicuglia Vania Spoerre Tom Spresser Lois Spring Becky Springer Nancy Springer Al Sproul Abigail Squires Robert St. Denis Sandi St. Denis Glenn St. John Hayden St. John Susan St. John Don Staab Gerald Staab Katelyn Staab Pam Stabler Greg Stadler Johnny Stadler Karen Stadler Laura Stadler Rick Stadler Antonia Stahl Gladie Stalker John Stambaugh Larry Stambaugh Harlan Stamper Jennifer Stanghellini Mindy Staniec Erin Stapel Anne Starbuck Mary Ann Starbuck Scott Starbuck Ryan Starkey Becky Stauffer Kelsey Stauffer Shelly Stauffer Lou Steck Troy Stedman Bradley Steen David Steffey Shelly Steffey John Stegman
Guy Steier Bruce Steinbrock Maria Steinbrock Carolyn Steinlage Duane Steinle Mary Lou Steinle Nicole Stejskal Adam Stephenson Regina Stephenson Cash Sterling Renae Steuart Tim Stevens Carol Stevenson Barbara Stewart Jan Stewart Jane Stewart Mike Stewart Raven Stewart Warren Stewart Tammy Stickelman Esther Stiger Jim Stinson Maureen Stinson Bob Stoffer Dian Stogsdill Jessica Stogsdill Jim Stogsdill Bob Stoller Paige Stonerock D. J. Stoops Kathryn Stoops Bob Storey Nicole Stormann Matthew Stormer Rebecca Story Kathy Stover Roger Stover Renae Strader Joyce Strathman Damian Strohmeyer Marsha Stromgren Jacque Stroud William Stubenhofer Jan Stuck Jim Stuck Alan Stueve Stefanie Stuever Liz Stuewe Paul Stuewe Janet Stuke Jim Stuke Diane Stumpf Lisa Stumpf Caitlin Sturgeon Kim Sturgeon Nicole Sudac Dee Suddarth Corey Suelter Jeremiah Sullivan Kelli Sullivan Thad Sullivan Theresa Sullivan Jeri Sullivant Shelia Summers Jacki Summerson Johnnye Summerson Phil Summerson Ward Summerville Terry Sumner Nan Sun Don Surmeier Benjamin Sutherland John Sutherland Kacie Sutherland William Sutton Jennifer Svetlecic Kayla Swader John Swain Brittany Swan Elizabeth Swanson Jack Swartz Lloyd Swartz Nadine Swartz Dan Swearingen Pat Swearingen
Kevin Sweeney Tamara Sweeney Ed Swift Jason Swift Shannon Swift Holly Swim Jeffrey Swingle Jessica Switzer Sarah Sylvester Scott Tabbert Janeen Tacey Bob Taggart Glenn Taggart Jeanne Taggart Mike Taghizadeh Karla Tailele Marvin Tangney Alexandra Tapang Nancy Tate Lea Tatum-Haskell Ashley Taylor Brandy Taylor Christina Taylor Clarence Taylor Colby Taylor D. W. Taylor Diane Taylor Dot Taylor Eric Taylor Glenda Taylor Jeff Taylor Kimberly Taylor Laura Taylor Richard Taylor Cody Teegerstrom Adam Teel Sean Teel Nick Templin Sarah Tenpenny Amy Teply Jeff Teply Joyce Terrill Rick Terrill Tahjzia Terry Bernice Testa Lee Thaete Jo Anne Theimer Travis Thibault Kelsey Thiessen Madi Thimmesch Dave Thoman Delania Thomas Erin Thomas Frank Thomas Heather Thomas Jake Thomas James Thomas Joshua Thomas Kenva Thomas Lynda Thomas Teresa Thomas William Thomas Joshua Thomason Baruch Thompson Charles Thompson Christine Thompson Dennis Thompson Dodge Thompson Kirk Thompson Lori Thompson Lynn Thompson Mark Thompson Richard Thompson Sallie Thompson Stephanie Thompson Stephanie Thompson Douangchanh Thongkham Dick Thornburg Linda Thornburg Annette Thornburgh Ron Thornburgh Christy Thornton Bob Thorp Mary Thorp Stacy Thowe
Glenda Thurber Graham Thurber D-J Tiemens Cristen Tilden Connie Tilton Steve Tilton James Tinkum Marsha Tinkum Anthony Tinoco Carrie Tinsley Jodie Tinsley Joshua Tipton Amanda Tituana-Feijoo David Titus Adam Toby Dallas Todd Louise Todd Nancy Toedman Deanna Toenjes Hollie Toenjes Martin Toews Becky Tolbert-Ernst Gerald Toledo Ian Tomasic Judy Tomei Mike Tomei Nicole Tomes Bette Tompkins Robert Tompkins Brandon Tomson Patrick Toomey Jose Torres Lori Torres Josh Torrez Julienne Torrez Mark Torrez Peter Toth Cleora Tousey Sarah Towle Ellen Townsend Kent Townsend Amber Traphagan Jack Travis Josh Traxler Robin Trembley JR Treto Tim Triggs Allison Tripp David Tripp Lori Tripp Robert Tripp Sarah Tripp Amanda Troutman June Truan Marilyn Trubey Kaitlyn Truesdell Andrea Trupp Dick Trupp Jeanne Trupp Rob Trupp Monna Trusdale Bulkley Jenny Tryon Bernard Tuck Alan Tucker Gwen Tucker John Tucker Kevin Tucker Melissa Tucker Pope Linda Tuller Tyler Tunnell Judy Turgeon Mary Turnbull Catherine Turner Jim Turner Solomon Turner Susan Turner Tom Turpin Megan Twait Adrian Twombley Phil Tysinger Loren Ubel Alisha Udhwani Meyer Ueoka Paul Ueoka David Uhrlaub
Richard Uhrlaub Joseph-Jamir Ulmer Duane Ulrich Roger Underwood Jeff Ungerer Jim Ungerer Kathy Ungerer Chad Unrein Elizabeth Unrein Heather Unrein Susan Uphoff Aimee Urban Erin Urban Gail Urban Jay Urban Rocky Vacek Angela Valdivia Sierra Valdivia Chris Valentino Mike Van Dyke Melissa Van Horn Lucas Van Sickle Frank Van Vleck Dick Vanderwall Roger VanHoozer Janet Vant-Leven Joshua Varner Lilly Varner Garrett Vaughn John Vaughn Nancy Vaughn Richard Vaughn Shirley Vaughn Raymond Vaught Charles Vausbinder Jeanne Vawter Russ Vawter Tessa Velez Alice Vernon Gayle Vernon Tom Vesper Arlene Vickers Bill Vickrey Bill Vicory Karen Vicory Austin Vincent David Vincent Tam Vincent Debbie Vinning Karen Viola Roger Viola Cheri Virag Ian Vistine Tal Vivian Andrew Vogel Carol Vogel Jim Vogel Pat Vogelsberg James Voigts John Voisinet Mike Vollbrecht Kyle Volle Al Ray Vossen Lavon Vossen Martin Vytlacil Kathryn Wachsman David Wade Karen Wagaman Marianne Wagaman Keith Wagers Mickie Wait Lawrence Wakley Anne Walbridge Angela Waldron Amanda Walker Dona Walker Ronald Walker Steven Walker Sue Walker Melodee Wallace Stephen Wallace Tara Wallace Joan Walrafen Denise Walsh Amanda Walter
Mitch Walter Norris Walter Whitney Walter Kent Waltmire Mona Waltmire Marjorie Walton Patsy Walz Grant Waniska MaryDorsey Wanless Dixie Wantoch Howie Ward Marilyn Ward Mark Ward Spencer Ward Alan Warner Bob Warner Esther Warner Tom Warner Carol Warner-Haltom Charles Warren Dale Warren Dan Warren Joyce Warren Maggie Warren Timothy Warren Caitlin Waskom Cynthia Waskowiak Ron Wasserstein Sherry Wasserstein Beth Wasson Howard Wasson Barbara Waterman-Peters Ken Waters Sheryl Waters Chris Watkins Mary Watkins Bette Watson Jake Watson David Watts Harrison Watts Jessica Watts Sharon Watts Jim Wayland Judah Wayman Joe Wayner Kent Weatherby Denise Weaver John Weaver Michael Weaver Eric Webb Ernie Webb Jenifer Webb Robert Webb Ed Webber Barbara Weber John Weber Gary Weckbaugh Lauren Weddell Steven Weeks Austin Wegener Bob Weibel Daryl Weibel Linda Weibel Sandy Weibel Ed Weigel Dennis Weinberg Lindsey Weinert Allison Weir Rick Weissbeck Jerry Welborn Leila Welborn Lori Welch Michael Welch Stanley Wellborn Barbara Weller Ashley Wellman Aarika Wellnitz Camaria Wells Ginger Wells Maggie Wells Melissa Wells-Martin Peggy Welsh Brandon Wenger Lee Wenger Lindsay Wennihan
Vicki Werner Paula Werts Rick Werts Kelsey Wessel Kerri West Maggie West Sandra West Aaron Westbrook Diane Westerhaus Adam Wetzel Danielle Whalen Erin Whalen-Freeberg Aaron Wheatley Bill Wheatley Mike Wheatley Tara Wheatley Carol Wheeler Chloe Wheeler Vern Wheeler Carol Whelan Cheryl Whelan Richard Whelan Bob Whiffen Nancy Whiffen Amy White Barbara White Bev White Bridget White Dennis White Joni White R. Steven White Rita White Savannah White Brooke Whitehill Bethany Whitehurst Thomas Whitmer Whitney Whitson Larry Whitt Mary Lou Whitt Sally Whitten Joshua Whorton Daniel Wickham Carol Wiebler Michael Wiebler Jannett Wiens Jillian Wieters Kelci Wigger Jim Wight Nancy Wight David Wiksten Joan Wiksten Carolyn Wiley Stephanie Wilhelm Rosemary Wilkerson Tawney Willett Jennifer Willey Amanda Williams Beth Williams Carol Williams Chelsea Williams Cindee Williams Janis Williams Jeny Williams Jerry Williams Jessica Williams Joseph Williams Lori Williams Mike Williams Sarah Williams Rick Williamson Betty Willis Bob Willis Rachel Willis Steve Willis Doug Wilmore Kathleen Wilmore Barbara Wilson Briana Wilson Cynthia Wilson Deborah Wilson Elizabeth Wilson Janet Wilson Jared Wilson Jon Wilson Larry Wilson
Mike Wilson Oana Wilson Reed Wilson Sara Wilson Tess Wilson Tom Wilson Tom Wilson Kacey Wiltz Jonathan Wimer Glen Winchell June Windscheffel Dennis Wing Patricia Wing Kylie Wingate Austin Wingerson David Wingerson LeeRoy Winkel Shane Winkenwader Mollie Winkler Rosanna Winkler Ryan Winrick Donna Winslow Erin Winter Mit Winter Robert Winter Susan Winter Taegan Winter Brandon Wise Fran Wise Kate Wise Paul Wise Kayla Wiswell Larry Witham Cullen Witt Harold Witt Jerry Wittmer Sandy Wittmer Roy Wohl John Wohlfarth Sharon Wohlfarth Phil Wolfe Stacy Woltje Bridget Wood Bryce Wood Ed Wood John Wood Robert Wood Teri Wood Gary Woodman Sally Woodman James Woodson Dorothy Woody Eli Woody Nick Woolery Paige Woolery Fekadu Wordofa Katie Workman Summer Workman Bruce Works Marcia Works Mark Works Matt Works Mike Worswick Mary Wortman Kent Wray Cathy Wrenick Rudy Wrenick Chuck Wright Corrie Wright Doug Wright Greg Wright Jason Wright Kelsee Wright Keron Wright Linda Wright Paula Wright Stephanie Wright Jingjing Wu Adam Wuerfele Jodi Wulfkuhle Gene Wunder Judy Wunder Lara Wunder Ron Wurtz Laura Wywadis
Gary Yager Widge Yager Mark Yardley Sheree Yardley Ashlyn Yarnell John Ybarra Jr. John M. Ybarra Emily Yessen Brett Yingling Paul Yockey Karen Yokley Frankie Young Zach Young Misty Young-Fisher Dawn Zabel Rita Zachariasen Maryam Zangeneh Jim Zeferjahn Janell Zeiler Jeffrey Zeiler Curtis Zeitelhack Daryl Zeller Karen Zeller Mike Zemites Drew Zerr Peter Zettersten Baili Zhang Junchi Zhou Bobbie Ziegler Janet Zima Joe Zima Abigail Zimmerman Angel Zimmerman Diana Zimmerman Jim Zimmerman Katelyn Zimmerman Larry Zimmerman Robert Zimmerman Bill Zirger Millie Zirger Emily Zoeller Lynda Zook Alexandria Zordel Suzanne Zurn Fred Zweifel
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CALENDAR of EVENTS MULVANE EXHIBITS & EVENTS FEBruary 7 – MARCH 16, 2014 “150 Years of Teaching: Tools & Technology” In celebration of Washburn’s sesquicentennial, features tools and technology used in teaching at the university.
MARCH 1 – JUNE 8
Join these young alumni during our next After Hours! The first two of 2014 are scheduled for Jan. 10 and Feb. 14. Photo by Ernie W. Webb III
ALUMNI EVENTS january 8 10
Washburn Wednesday, The Other Place, Overland Park, Kan., 5:30 p.m. After Hours, 5 p.m.
february 2-8 12 14 20 22 23
Alumni Association trip to Cancun and the Riviera Maya Washburn Wednesday, The Other Place, Overland Park, Kan., 5:30 p.m. After Hours, 5 p.m. Wake Up With Washburn, Bright Funds’ Ty Walrod, 7:30 a.m. Phoenix, Ariz., Alumni luncheon, noon, TBA (Please visit washburn.edu/alumni-events for updates) Tucson, Ariz., Alumni luncheon, noon, TBA (Please visit washburn.edu/alumni-events for updates)
“Contemporary Reflections: Brown v. Board of Education After 60 Years” Part of Washburn’s year-long commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the landmark Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision. Twenty African-American artists from Kansas and Kansas City, Mo., have created unique interpretations on this theme.
MARCH 1 – JUNE 8 “Teach Your Children Well” (Well-known children’s book artist Shane Evans’ images of African-American resistance) Images get to the heart of the historic struggles of African-Americans in our country, describing the courage, bravery, hope and determination of the human spirit to face and overcome adversity.
MARCH 1 – JUNE 8 “Art for Social Change” Mulvane will curate art works from the permanent collection and on loan from other museums that explore themes of social protest and social change. Artist works from the 1940s through current times use various media to inform and influence.
april 5 – may 11 Washburn Art Department Exhibition An annual exhibit featuring works of art by Washburn University Art Department undergraduate students.
march 12 14
Washburn Wednesday, The Other Place, Overland Park, Kan., 5:30 p.m. After Hours, 5 p.m.
Washburn Wednesday, The Other Place, Overland Park, Kan., 5:30 p.m. 10 Wake Up With Washburn, artist Barbara Waterman-Peters, 7:30 a.m. 11 After Hours, 5 p.m. 26 Alumni Awards banquet, Memorial Union, 6 p.m. Alumni events are in the Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, unless otherwise noted. For more information, including events added after press time, call 785.670.1641 or visit washburn.edu/alumni-events. 47 Calendar of Events
“Bread Line” from artist Reginald Marsh’s “Art for Social Change” exhibit.
artlab Tap into inspiration. Connect with your imagination. Create your own art. Located in the basement of the Mulvane. Open Tuesdays 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Wednesday–Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Weekends 1-4 p.m. Exhibits and events are in the Mulvane Art Museum located in Garvey Fine Arts Center. For more information, call 785.670.1124 or visit washburn.edu/mulvane.
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28 “The Vagina Monologues,” 7:30 p.m.
“The Vagina Monologues,” 7:30 p.m. “The Vagina Monologues,” 7:30 p.m.
Benefit production to raise funds and awareness to end violence against women and girls. Located at the Andrew J. and Georgia Neese Gray Theatre, Garvey Fine Arts Center. For information, call 785.670.1639.
ACADEMICS, STUDENT LIFE & special events january 1 22 23 24 31
New Year’s Day (university closed) Martin Luther King Day (university closed) Spring semester classes begin Ichabod Senior Day Chinese New Year Buffet, Washburn Room A, Memorial Union, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
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Ichabod Junior Day Leadership Challenge Event training for all volunteers, Memorial Union, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Comfort Food Buffet, Washburn Room A, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Social Work Student Legislative Day, Washburn Rooms A and B, Memorial Union, 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Leadership Challenge Event training for all volunteers, Memorial Union, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Ichabod Transfer Day Leadership Challenge Event training for all volunteers, Memorial Union, 9:30-11:30 a.m. Education Interview Day, Washburn Rooms A and B, Memorial Union, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Northeast Kansas Scholarship Dinner, Washburn Rooms A and B, 7-9:30 p.m. Washburn coaches luncheon, Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, noon Occupational Therapy Assistant Organization Fun Run, 8 a.m.
april 3-4 Leadership Challenge Event 11 Ichabod Junior Day 13-19 National Student Employment Week 14 Apeiron, Washburn Rooms A and B, all day 23 Shawnee County Scholarship Reception, Washburn Rooms A and B, 7-9:30 p.m.
SCHOOL OF LAW
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Big Game Party benefitting Ichabod Athletic Fund, Capitol Plaza Hotel, 4:30 p.m. Connect and Select Fair, Washburn Room A, Memorial Union, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Connect and Select Fair, Washburn Room A, Memorial Union, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Lincoln Lecture, Professor John Stauffer, Harvard University, Washburn Room A, Memorial Union, 7-9 p.m. Wellness Fair, Washburn Rooms A and B, Memorial Union, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Ichabod Junior Day Spring Career Fair, Lee Arena, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Lunch and Learn: Safe Homes/Safe Streets, noon
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Mock Trial, 3-10 p.m. Mock Trial, 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Mock Trial, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Lunch and Learn: Mental Health Board, noon
march 26 Lunch and Learn, noon
april 10 16
Advocacy Annual Awards, Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, 5-7:30 p.m. Lunch and Learn, noon
Located at the Washburn School of Law. For information, call 785.670.1060.
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