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Alumni director Susie Hoffmann, bba ’87 Contributors Dena Anson, ba ’01 director, university relations Katy Browne, aa ’07 secretary, Alumni Association Gene Cassell sports information director Peggy Clark university photographer Amanda Hughes, ba ’00 assistant director, university relations Martha Imparato special collections librarian, Mabee Library Robin Moser, ba ’99 assistant director, Alumni Association Emily Rishel communications and annual giving officer Washburn University Foundation Megan Smith director, communications and annual giving Washburn University Foundation Joy Thompson publications specialist Vickie Waters office assistant, university relations jones huyett Partners, Topeka, Kan. design and layout The ICHABOD alumni magazine is published three times a year by the Washburn Alumni Association for alumni, faculty, staff and friends of the university. Third-class postage paid at Topeka, Kan.

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Washburn School of Nursing: The Next Decade of Progress


Nursing in Transition: 2012 and Beyond


Washburn Institute of Technology: Looking Into the Future


DEPARTMENTS 3 From the President 9 Calendar of Events 16 Alumni News 20 Foundation 21 Sports Schedule 27 Campus News 31 Class Notes






Athletics Hall of Fame


Impacting Students Through Their Words


Bringing Alumni Together


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FROM the PRESIDENT Universities provide many benefits to their communities. Borne out of a necessity to create an educated citizenry, universities and other postsecondary institutions seek to provide individuals with opportunities to match their natural gifts with societal needs. It is our privilege to provide a gateway to this preferred future for Kansans and others from around the world. This mission is highlighted in Washburn’s strategic plans. We are working closely with our community leadership to identify needs and then create new educational programs. Examples include the School of Law Centers for Excellence, our allied health programs in occupational health assistant and sonography, the master of science in nursing degree, the School of Business’ certificate in entrepreneurship, bioscience initiatives in the College of Arts and Sciences and the industrial maintenance program at Washburn Tech. This issue highlights the School of Nursing, which has nearly doubled its undergraduate student enrollment during the past decade and has more than 100 students enrolled in the master’s program to become nurse practitioners or clinical nurse leaders. Recently, the School was awarded a federal grant to begin the Transatlantic Dual Degree in Nursing Program, one of only two U.S. nursing schools to receive the award in seven years. I hope you enjoy reading more about TADD and the upcoming proposal for a doctorate in nursing practice degree. Connections with the community also occur through our Washburn Alumni Association and the Washburn University Foundation. These highly successful organizations provide alumni and their families with financial support, social connections and great ongoing communication about Washburn. Always busy, the Alumni Association hosted more than 50 events in 2010. Since Washburn was founded in 1985, the value of teaching basic and advanced knowledge in the sciences and humanities has persevered. At Washburn, we will continue to provide high quality general education while emphasizing our relevancy and value by producing graduates who meet the needs of a changing work force.

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Washburn School of Nursing:

the next decade of progress A

new initiative in international education debuted at Washburn with the fall 2010 semester. Three nursing students attended classes at Queen’s University in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and five European nursing students – one from Queen’s University, two from Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences in Finland and two from Szeged University in Hungary – began a year of study at Washburn.

The student exchanges are being funded by a hard-won $420,000 Transatlantic Double Degree in Nursing Project grant, which takes a giant step beyond traditional student exchange programs by providing nursing students the opportunity to receive two degrees in a streamlined process. Washburn students in the exchange program will receive baccalaureate nursing of health and science degrees from one of the three participating European Union universities, and EU students will receive nursing or health science degrees from Washburn. The graduates will begin their careers with two nursing degrees, one international and one from their home country, enabling them to work almost anywhere in the world. Monica Scheibmeir, dean of Washburn’s School of Nursing, calls this the forefront of understanding global education. “Early in their professional careers, graduates from this program will be distinguished in their understanding of global health and broad social issues,” she said. The foundation of this opportunity was laid in the late 1990s when Washburn’s School of Nursing received a grant for a four- to six-week student exchange program with a consortium of universities in Europe and the United States. The friendly relations formed among the professors, deans and administrators of the respective 5 Washburn School of Nursing

universities was an unexpected benefit. Even after the grant ended, Queen's University and Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences continued to exchange students with Washburn. In 2006, Cynthia Hornberger, then dean of Washburn’s School of Nursing, received a telephone call from the dean of Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences. Students from European Union countries participating in the Transatlantic Double Degree Project (L to R) Minna Masalin, Finland; Caoimhe Clifford, Northern Ireland; Anita Lakatos, Hungary; Dezsö Seteny, Hungary; and Moona Ylikoski, Finland.

“She said they would like us to consider applying for a grant through the U.S. Department of Education, and they would apply for an equivalent grant through the EU. It was the same funding source as our previous grant (Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education), but a larger initiative,” Hornberger said. (Hornberger currently serves as special assistant to President Farley.) Applying for the grant was a major challenge and required many hours of work. Beginning in 2006, nursing professors Ellen Carson and Hornberger worked on the grant application for the U.S. Department of Education while deans and international coordinators in Finland, Northern Ireland and Hungary applied for the European Union grant. They submitted applications in 2007 and again in 2008, but were not selected. Finally, after submitting for the third time, the grant was awarded in 2009. As soon as news of the grant was received, members of Washburn’s nursing faculty and the deans and international coordinators in Europe began a series of meetings to plan a common curriculum for four core courses. They faced many content and methods issues, including discussions about how to handle differences in student evaluation and testing. For example, in Finland, students are required to write a thesis, but students write essay tests in Hungary and Ireland. Multiple choice tests are standard at Washburn, partly because the National Council Licensure Examination, a requirement to practice

as a registered nurse in the United States, contains only multiple choice questions. Even the standard American research paper posed issues. Debbie Isaacson, assistant professor, nursing, teaches one of the classes in which the five EU students enrolled. Isaacson requires students to write a research paper. The EU students received a slightly different assignment – to compare and contrast the way an ethical issue in nursing is handled in their home country with the way it is handled in the United States. Isaacson requires her American students to follow the American Psychological Association format, but the EU students were allowed to use other formats. “We decided to allow this difference since APA is not mandated for State boards,” Isaacson said. In addition to one-year student exchanges, the TADD grant includes funding for faculty exchanges. Between 2011 and 2013, nine Washburn faculty members are slated to teach for two weeks at one of the three participating EU universities, and nine EU faculty members will teach for two weeks at Washburn. Isaacson hopes to be among the first faculty participants. Washburn students will have the opportunity to study at a combination of two of the three participating EU universities, and the EU students will have a similar rotation. This past summer, Samantha Grief, Manhattan, Kan.; Adriana Rollins, Topeka; and Rosemaria Magallanez, Emporia, Kan., studied six weeks in Finland and then went on to Northern Ireland to study fall 2010 and spring 2011. In all,

24 Washburn nursing students will get an opportunity to study in Europe, with a similar number of Europeans studying at Washburn. School of Nursing staff and faculty who assist students in the TADD program include (L to R) Louisa Schurig, student adviser; Mary Ellen McBride, assistant professor; and Cynthia Hornberger, professor and special assistant to the president. Bottom: Currently studying in Northern Ireland are (L to R) Adriana Rollins, Topeka; Samantha Grief, Manhattan, Kan.; and Rosemaria Magallanez, Emporia, Kan.


Nursing in transition:

2012 and beyond (L to R) Karen Fernengel and Monica Scheibmeir are among the School of Nursing faculty working to develop a doctor of nursing practice degree.

Development of a doctor of nursing practice degree is one of the top priorities listed in Washburn’s 150 Forward strategic plan for the School of Nursing. “It is a natural progression for the nursing profession,” said Karen Fernengel, professor, nursing, who is leading a task force on developing a DNP program at Washburn. “Our nurse practitioners who are master’s prepared see they would be enriched by a broadened academic preparation.” Monica Scheibmeir, dean of the School of Nursing, said nursing educators are recognizing the need for a practice doctorate in nursing option in addition to research-focused doctoral programs. “We are responding to a call to action from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, which represents more than 700 nursing schools,” Scheibmeir said. A 2005 AACN position statement called for moving the current level of preparation for nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, certified nurse-midwives and certified registered nurse anesthetists from a master’s to doctorate program. The authors of the document noted that nursing is moving in the direction of other health professions in the transition to the DNP. Medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, psychology, physical therapy and audiology all require or offer practice doctorates. 7 7 Nursing in Transition

Unique to Washburn’s DNP curriculum is the inclusion of five master of business administration courses offered through a partnership with the School of Business. “We will be one of the pioneers with an emphasis on entrepreneurship,” Fernengel said. “Traditionally, health care providers have a dearth of business preparation. Our graduates will have an appreciation of finance and marketing and understand how to start, run and maintain a business,” she said, noting that the program’s 15 business credit hours could be applied to a master of business administration degree. “They will be half way to an MBA,” she said. Fernengel said the nursing task force will present its proposal for the new DNP program to Washburn’s Faculty Senate and general faculty in 2011. The proposal will recommend beginning a three-year DNP program in 2012 that will admit master’s prepared family and adult nurse practitioners as well as nurses who have master’s degrees and would like to obtain their family or adult nurse practitioner education along with a DNP degree. A fiveyear DNP program that will admit those holding bachelor of science degrees in nursing is projected to start in 2015.

taking Washburn music Statewide Washburn music students enjoyed their television

debut in a performance of the Washburn University

project, which showcased Washburn University and its

Holiday Vespers concert. In another first, KTWU

outstanding music programs in the most positive light.

recorded the live concert and broadcast the production

We hope this will inspire others to support KTWU and

on Sunday, Dec. 19, 2010. The program was broadcast

the University,” said JuliAnn Mazachek, Foundation

by other public television stations across the state


“The Foundation was proud to support this exciting

throughout the holiday season.

The statewide visibility of Washburn’s music

program provided an opportunity to showcase Washburn’s talent and students by providing great visibility to the annual Vespers program. The entire production also promoted on-campus partnerships as many campus areas collaborated to make the program a success.

The broadcast of the production was made possible

by underwriting support from Washburn University Foundation. Taking Washburn Music Statewide 8

CALENDAR of EVENTS 18 Washburn Wednesday, River City Brewery, Wichita, Kan., 5:30 p.m.

JUNE 3 After Hours, 5 p.m. 8 Washburn Wednesday, The Other Place, Overland Park, Kan., 5:30 p.m. 15 Washburn Wednesday, River City Brewery, Wichita, Kan., 5:30 p.m. 24 T-Bones baseball game, CommunityAmerica Ballpark, Kansas City, Kan., tailgate, 5:30 p.m.

“There are Straights in Our Differences” (stoneware) by Cathy Broski

ALUMNI EVENTS MARCH 3 - 6 MIAA Postseason Basketball Tournament, Kansas City, Mo., pregame receptions 4 After Hours, 5 p.m. 9 Washburn Wednesday, The Other Place, Overland Park, Kan., 5:30 p.m. 16 Washburn Wednesday, River City Brewery, Wichita, Kan., 5:30 p.m.

APRIL 1 After Hours, 5 p.m. 9 Alumni Awards Banquet, Washburn Room, Memorial Union, 6 p.m. 13 Washburn Wednesday, The Other Place, Overland Park, Kan., 5:30 p.m. 20 Washburn Wednesday, River City Brewery, Wichita, Kan., 5:30 p.m. 28 Wake Up With Washburn, Paige Strohson, ba `91, San Diego, Calif., “It’s Not Easy Being Green,” 7:30 a.m.

MAY 6 After Hours honoring retiring faculty members, 5 p.m. 11 Washburn Wednesday, The Other Place, Overland Park, Kan., 5:30 p.m. 13 Reunion for classes of 1941, 1951 and 1961: reception and campus tour, 2 - 4 p.m.; dinner, Washburn Room, Memorial Union, 6 p.m. 14 Commencement Recognition for classes of 1941, 1951 and 1961, Lee Arena, Petro Allied Health Center, 12:30 p.m.

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JULY 8 After Hours, 5 p.m. 13 Washburn Wednesday, The Other Place, Overland Park, Kan., 5:30 p.m. 20 Washburn Wednesday, River City Brewery, Wichita, Kan., 5:30 p.m. Alumni events are in the Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, unless otherwise noted.

MULVANE EXHIBITS & EVENTS Through March 20 “Remember My Name” Memorabilia from a private collection details the impact of the Beatles on art and music. Through May 22 “Words with Different Scenes: Four Artists from China” Works by Ying Jiang, Jianxun Li, Li Jang and Zhigang Tang “David Hicks Overmyer: A Kansas Original” Selections from the permanent collection “Surface and Form” Works by David Brackett, Cathy Broski and Danny Meisinger April 2 through May 15 Art Department Student Exhibit This annual exhibit features works by Washburn art department undergraduate students. June 4 Mulvane Mountain/Plains Art Fair, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

June 5 Mulvane Mountain/Plains Art Fair, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Located on the Memorial Union lawn, the art fair features works by more than 90 national artists, plus art activities for children, music and food.

JUNE 10 -18 Sunflower Music Festival Concerts, 7:30 p.m. All concerts are in White Concert Hall in Garvey Fine Arts Center, unless otherwise noted. The schedule is subject to change. For information, call (785) 670-1511.

June 18 through Sept. 18 “Art of the Brick” LEGO brick sculptures by Nathan Sawaya “Things Got Out of Hand Chapters I & II” Woven vessels by Shannon Weber Unless otherwise noted exhibits and events are in the Mulvane Art Museum located in Garvey Fine Arts Center. For information, call (785) 670-1124 or visit

“Balance” (stoneware and metal) by Cathy Broski

THEATRE EVENTS APRIL 28 - 30 “Uncle Vanya,” 7:30 p.m.

MAY 1 “Uncle Vanya,” 2 p.m. Written by Anton Chekhov, this tragicomedy, set on a small estate, explores the intertwined lives of a provincial Russian family struggling with love, illusion, ambition, loss and the purpose of ideals in the waning years of the 19th century. Located at the Andrew J. and Georgia Neese Gray Theatre, Garvey Fine Arts Center. For information, call (785) 670-1639.

“Upper Reaches” (fiber) by David Brackett

MUSIC EVENTs MARCH 10 Jazz Ensemble Concert, 7:30 p.m. 13 Choral Concert, 7:30 p.m. 14 String Orchestra Concert, 7:30 p.m.

APRIL 1 - 2 Jazz Festival 3 Honors Concert, 3 p.m. 8 - 9 Opera: Scenes from “Carmen,” 7:30 p.m. 17 Washburn Singers Cabaret Concert, Washburn Room, Memorial Union, 7:30 p.m. 19 Percussion Studio Spring Concert, 7:30 p.m. 21 Percussion Ensemble Festival Concert, 7:30 p.m. 24 Band Concert, 7:30 p.m. 28 Wind Ensemble Concert, 7:30 p.m.

ACADEMICS & STUDENT LIFE MARCH 21 - 27 Spring recess

APRIL 20 Open registration for summer and fall session begins

MAY 6 Last day of classes 7 - 13 Final examinations 14 Commencement School of Applied Studies certificate and awards ceremony, White Concert Hall, Garvey Fine Arts Center, 8 a.m. School of Applied Studies commencement, Lee Arena, Petro Allied Health Center, 9:30 a.m. College of Arts & Sciences commencement, Lee Arena, 12:30 p.m.


School of Business and School of Nursing commencement, Lee Arena, 3:30 p.m.

3 Jazz Ensemble Concert, 7:30 p.m. 6 President’s Concert, 7:30 p.m.

School of Nursing recognition and awards ceremony, White Concern Hall, 5:30 p.m. School of Law commencement, Lee Arena, 6:30 p.m. 30 Memorial Day holiday (Washburn closed) Calendar of Events 10


look to the stars...


View the night sky at Crane Observatory in Stoffer Science Hall. Open

3 Crane Observatory Open House, 7 - 8:30 p.m. 11 Nonoso calling and luncheon, Kansas Room, Memorial Union, noon 11 Washburn Board of Regents, Mulvane Art Museum, 4 p.m. 17 Crane Observatory Open House, 8 - 9:30 p.m.

houses are free and open to the public. In case of inclement weather,

APRIL 7 Crane Observatory Open House, 8:30 - 10 p.m. 9 Nonoso initiation breakfast, Kansas Room, Memorial Union, 9:30 a.m. 16  Alpha Delta 99th Founders Day: social hour and dinner buffet; Jeff Meyers, speaker, Topeka Country Club, 6 p.m. Contact John Minnick at or call (785) 272-4200 for reservations. 17 Alpha Delta alumni and active chapter golf tournament, Topeka Country Club, 9:30 a.m. Contact John Minnick at or call (785) 272-4200 for information. 21 Crane Observatory Open House, 8:30 - 10 p.m. 22 Apeiron: Forum of Student Research, Scholarship and Creativity, Mulvane Art Museum, Henderson Learning Resources Center and Mabee Library, 11:30 a.m. - 5:45 p.m. For information, e-mail 22 Washburn Board of Regents, Kansas Room, Memorial Union, 4 p.m. 23 Kansas History Day state competition. For information, call (785) 670-2060 or e-mail

MAY 5 Crane Observatory Open House, 8:30 - 10 p.m. 16 Washburn Women’s Alliance Scholarship Luncheon, Washburn Room, Memorial Union, 11:30 a.m. For information, visit or call (785) 670-4483. 20 Washburn Board of Regents, Forum Room, Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, 4 p.m.

JULY 22 Washburn Board of Regents public budget hearing, Henderson Learning Resources Center, room 118, 4 p.m.

open houses are canceled. For information, call (785) 670-2141 or visit

PUBLIC PLANETARIUM PROGRAMS While school is in session, the planetarium is available for school and public group presentations on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and afternoons. Contact the department of physics and astronomy at (785) 670-2264 to schedule an appointment.

SCHOOL OF LAW MARCH 9 Practitioners in Residence: Dan Garrity, jd ’72, and Mary Carol Garrity, Atchison, Kan.; hosted by the Business and Transactional Law Center 11 Foulston Siefkin Lecture: Susan Bandes, professor, DePaul University College of Law, room 114, noon 17 Scholar in Residence: Jan Johnston, professor, justice studies, San Jose State University; hosted by the Children and Family Law Center 18 Impact/Effect of Parent Alienation on Custody Disputes/ Proceedings CLE, Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, keynote speaker Jan Johnston; sponsored by the Children and Family Law Center

APRIL 7 Center for Excellence in Advocacy Annual Awards Ceremony, Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, 5 - 7:30 p.m. 16 50th anniversary celebration for the Washburn Law Journal, Emerald Ballroom, Capitol Plaza Hotel, Topeka; cocktail hour, 5:30 p.m.; dinner, 6:45 p.m.

MAY 14 Champagne reception for 2011 graduates, Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, 7:30 p.m. 15 - 21 Intensive Trial Advocacy Program

JUNE 9 Alumni awards luncheon, Emerald Room, Capitol Plaza Hotel, 12:05 - 1:20 p.m. 17 Admitted student barbeque, 3 p.m. 23 - 24 Recent Developments in the Law CLE, room 102 Law events are located in the School of Law, unless otherwise noted. For information, call (785) 670-1011.

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Looking into the future


elivery of superior and rigorous technical programs tops the strategic plan recently adopted by the Washburn Institute of Technology.

“Our ultimate goal is to continue to provide highly qualified faculty and staff at every turn so the student's experience is the very best we can offer,” said Roxanne Kelly. Kelly joined Kaw Area Technical School as its first dean in 2009, six months after the school affiliated with Washburn University. Located at 5724 SW Huntoon St., the school, now the Washburn Institute of Technology, offers 25 different programs in the areas of construction, health care, human service, technology and transportation. The Washburn Tech faculty and staff followed a strategic planning process similar to that of Washburn University. In early spring 2010, four teams were formed to gather input from faculty, staff, students, community members and 150 members of program advisory boards. The strategic plan, with a revised mission statement and four strategic elements, was approved by the Washburn Board of Regents in September.

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Tré jor Hopkins, Topeka, a student in the culinary arts program, slices a carrot during a food preparation class.

Programs The first element calls for a strategy to deliver superior technical programs. Included in this are such goals as increasing enrollment, scholarships, support of non-traditional students and adding online courses. The other three strategic elements focus on students, external relationships and resources.

Students The first goal of the Element II is the increase of enrollment to 1500 FTE by 2012, including day, evening and weekend programs. Corresponding goals include increasing the rate of retention and program completions and enhancing the diversity of enrollment.

External relationships The third strategic element calls for strengthening external relationships, and this includes plans for increased partnering with Washburn University. “We want to see more students than ever taking advantage of the associate degree options at Washburn,” Kelly said. Willie Dunlap, dean, School of Applied Studies, said Washburn began granting credit hours to students completing KATS programs as far back as 1985. Today students at Washburn Tech can move seamlessly from certificate programs into associate degree programs at Washburn University. For example, 30 credit hours from the Washburn Tech electronic technology program can be applied to a 62-credit hour associate of applied studies degree in industrial technology. Other examples include 24 credit hours in culinary arts transferring into an associate of arts degree in food service, or 32 hours in surgical technology transferring into an associate of science degree in surgical technology. Washburn’s School of Applied Studies also offers a bachelor’s degree in technology administration for those completing technology-based associate degrees. “They have the equipment and laboratories for the technical courses we don’t have, and we provide the general education courses, so we utilize resources from each campus to the best of our ability,” Dunlap said. “This sharing of resources provides students with quality general and technical education, making them more employable and better at what they do.”

Resources The expansion and enhancement of human, physical and financial resources is the fourth element of the plan. “As we face budget cuts, we must strive to keep tuition as affordable as possible and keep the most qualified faculty and staff we can,” Kelly said. “The dedication of our faculty and staff to put this plan into motion has been unparalleled in my experience. I see only great things coming, strengthened by our partnership with Washburn.”

Students have considerable opportunity to gain hands on experience in classes at Washburn Tech. (Top to bottom) Luke Smarker, Tonganoxie, Kan., collision repair; Eric Pahmahmie, Topeka, welding; and Mike Estudillo, Topeka, and Kenna Mahner, Hoyt, Kan., graphics technology.

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Alumni travel Group travel with the Washburn Alumni Association is fun and considered to be a great value. Travel the world and visit places you have never seen before. Alumni have cruised the Greek Isles, Europe’s Danube River, the Hawaiian Islands and the Mediterranean Sea and traveled to Peru, England, Italy, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Hungary, Turkey, China, Spain, Ireland, Morocco, Costa Rica and the Bahamas.

Upcoming travel opportunities Fall 2011: Paris and London, October 7 - 16 Paris and London are two perennial favorites. The Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Buckingham Palace and Big Ben are icons you won’t want to miss. This trip includes four nights in Paris, sightseeing and a day to Normandy/Omaha Beach to see the monuments, museums, bunkers and cemeteries commemorating the Battle of Normandy. Then it’s off via the Eurostar for four nights in London. Enjoy a day trip to the gentle hillsides and sleepy villages in the Cotswolds with a visit to Stratford-Upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Although this trip offers some sightseeing, there will be an abundance of free time to explore both cities on your own. Cost is $2,695 per person double occupancy and includes roundtrip airfare, hotel, sightseeing and daily breakfast.

Spring 2012: French Polynesia, April 21 - May 3 All aboard Oceania Cruises Regatta for a trip to the South Pacific’s Polynesian Islands. Admire multihued lagoons around Moorea, be engulfed by tropical splendor at Huahine, “The Garden Island,” and discover the region’s cultural heritage on beautiful Raiatea. Watch a sunset on romantic Bora Bora, and wander the black sand beaches of Nuku Hiva. Sail to Hiva Oa, artist Paul Gauguin’s idyllic island home, and enchant your senses with colorful sea life on Rangiroa before returning to Papeete on the lovely island of Tahiti. Set adrift, catch the breeze and discover Polynesia’s most beautiful gems on this exceptional voyage. Prices begin at $2,799 per person, double occupancy for an inside cabin and includes roundtrip airfare and cruise.

To inquire about these trips and other travel opportunities, contact Susie Hoffmann at or visit Alumni News 16

New members of the ALUMNI BOARD David Manley, bba ‘67, Auburn, Kan., retired in 2004 as vice president of member services at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas after 32 years of service in claims administration, customer service and membership. He served four years in the Air Force, including a year in Vietnam. He is a volunteer and past member of the United Way of Greater Topeka board of directors and a past member of the Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce. A past president of the Topeka Chapter of the Administrative Management Society, he assisted in establishing student AMS chapters at Washburn and Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan.

Alumni Association Board of Directors 2010-11 President

Roger VanHoozer, ba ’72 Springfield, Mo.

Vice President

Stacey Calhoon, ba ’89 Topeka

Board Members Ann Adrian, b ed ’67 Newton, Kan.

Dennis Bohm, bba ’04 Washington, D.C. Jami Bond, bba ’04 Gardner, Kan. Brian Clarke, bba ’03 and jd ’06 Wichita, Kan. Dawn Dennis, as ‘99 Topeka

Dawn (Fernandez) Dennis, as ’99, Topeka, has worked at Knoll Patient Supply and St. Francis Medical Center as a respiratory therapist and is a stay-at-home mom. She has been active in a Topeka chapter of MOMS Club, volunteers with a ministry that supports mothers with newborns, served five years on the executive board of directors for Mother to Mother of Shawnee County and has been a Cub Scout den mother, elementary school volunteer and room parent. As a student at Washburn, she was a cheerleader, served as a Student Government Association senator and was active in Delta Gamma sorority. She recently started an Internet blog for Washburn alumni at

John Haverty, ba ’99 Topeka David Manley, bba ‘67 Auburn, Kan. William Marshall, ba ’61 Colorado Springs, Colo. Erin Menard, bba ’05 Topeka Linda Parks, ba ’79 and jd ’83 Wichita, Kan. Cindy Rogers, ba ’69 Topeka Mark Ross, bba ’83 Overland Park, Kan. John M. Ybarra, ba ’97 Topeka

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Bill Marshall, ba ’61, Colorado Springs, Colo.: Alumni ambassador Encouraging high school students to consider attending Washburn has become a rewarding way to serve my alma mater. I am also a member of the Washburn Alumni Association board of directors. In early 2010, I met with Richard Liedtke, executive director of enrollment management, and later with Morgan Boyack, director of admissions, in regard to becoming an admissions representative for Washburn in Colorado since Colorado’s continuing growth in high school enrollment makes it a prime place for out-of-state recruitment. From September to December 2010, I attended numerous high school college fairs and had access to approximately 40,000 students. At these fairs I met many outstanding young men and women. The only problem has been that they have never heard of Washburn, and this spawned a wide range of questions, including “Where is Washburn?” “Are you a four-year school?” “Do you have sports?” “Do you have ROTC?” There were plenty of parents asking questions too: “How much does Washburn cost?” “Can my son or daughter get resident tuition?” “What kind of residential living does Washburn have?” “Is it secure?” As I networked with other college admissions representatives, I learned that Washburn is very well positioned due to its small class sizes, emphasis on professors (instead of graduate students) teaching, international exchange programs, master’s degree programs, and a key feature - the great campus life and learning experience. A number of parents told me they wished they had gone to smaller schools and that they were very interested in what Washburn had to offer academically and socially. There have been lighthearted moments. At one fair, a mother and daughter were both interested in Washburn and asked a lot of questions. When I told them the residence

halls are close to all classes and activities, the mother turned to her daughter and said, “See? You don’t even need a car!” As the local admissions adviser, my job has been made much easier with the new Washburn recruitment folder. It is compact, yet contains information to answer the majority of questions and has attractive photographs of campus life. Many students cruise the Internet checking out various schools, and the updated Washburn website is a valuable tool. We have placed information about Washburn as well as a link to Washburn’s website on the Colorado American Legion Boys State website. This gives us access to hundreds of high school junior boys we otherwise would not reach. During the next few months, I will be meeting with students and counselors at individual schools. Obviously, this is not a one-year project, but I hope, through making our presence known in Colorado, we will see more students from this state at Washburn. I would like to hear from the approximately 1,000 Washburn alumni in Colorado and welcome your help spreading the good news about Washburn.

To receive Washburn recruitment folders and find out how you can help Washburn recruit students, contact or call (785) 670-1030 or (785) 281-2637. To contact Bill Marshall, call (719) 495-0088 or e-mail

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Athletics Hall of Fame: Canfield, Waltz & Goering

Jordan Canfield, bba ’96 and bba ’97, Topeka, and John Waltz, bba ’74, Kansas City, Mo., were inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame and recognized at halftime during the Oct. 9 football game between the Ichabods and the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Pete Goering, long-time sports writer, columnist and editor, was inducted posthumously in the meritorious service category. Jordan Canfield • Basketball (1993-97) Canfield is Washburn’s career leader in assists with 756, a total that ranks second in the MIAA, and his 156 career steals are first all-time at Washburn. His career included four MIAA regular season championships, two MIAA postseason championship titles, four NCAA tournament appearances and two Elite Eight appearances. He is president and chief executive officer of Innovation Design Group. Jordan Canfield ’96, ’97

John Waltz • Tennis, Football, Basketball (1970-74) Waltz was a league tennis champion in singles and doubles, helped Washburn to two league-team titles and was a NAIA All-American. He played four seasons of tennis, one season of basketball and one season of football. For more than 33 years he has served as the head professional at the Overland Park (Kan.) Racquet Club.

John Waltz ’74

Pete Goering

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Pete Goering • Meritorious Service Goering served nearly 40 years as sports editor, managing editor and executive editor of the Topeka Capital-Journal and was Kansas Sportswriter of the Year five times from 1976 through 1994. He also was a member of the Ichabod Scholarship Fund and a media member of the Washburn Athletics Hall of Fame committee.

Setting a new standard At age 23 with roughly one and a half years of work experience under her belt, Billie Jean Bergmann’s demographics are not that of a typical scholarship fund donor. However, as a 2009 School of Business graduate, Bergmann, Topeka, is setting a new standard for recent graduates. Bergmann is leading by example in creating an endowed scholarship fund for business students. The youngest known Washburn graduate to establish a fund of this kind, Bergmann realizes she is the exception to the rule when it comes to contributions from younger alumni. Due to the weight of paying off student loans, starting a career and beginning a family, many young alumni are reluctant to make gifts to their alma mater immediately following graduation. “Part of the reason I wanted to make this gift was to help inspire gifts from other young alums like me,” said Bergmann. “There is an urgent need to provide continued scholarship support for Washburn students, and we have a responsibility to help provide the same type of assistance many of us received as students.” Many younger alumni tend to wait until their mid-30s to make a gift to their alma mater. However, with the rising costs of obtaining an education and decreasing support from local and state governments, gifts of any size from alumni and friends of all ages are becoming more and more essential to Washburn students. The financial challenges of obtaining an education are fresh in Bergmann’s mind. Her scholarship will help students pursuing a degree in business become more attainable. “The hands-on learning opportunity I experienced at Washburn truly made an impact on my success after graduation. Now in the work force, I am even more appreciative of the exceptional education I received,” she said. Gifts to support students are crucial in providing scholarship assistance, faculty and staff support and maintaining the day-to-day operations of the university. Regardless of age, support from alumni and friends make a difference daily. “My overall experience at Washburn was made possible because of gracious donors. I felt giving back was the least I could do in return,” said Bergmann.

Billie Jean Bergmann, bba ’09

To learn more about supporting students and programs at Washburn through an endowed fund, please visit or call (785) 670-4483.

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Kris Rinne

Kris Rinne, ba ’76

For Kris Rinne, ba ‘76, Atlanta, Ga., Washburn University is not just a name on her diploma, it's the institution that taught her life skills preparing her for a successful future. Rinne, a former Lady Blues basketball player, graduated summa cum laude in mathematics. Her original plan was to teach high school math; however, a promising job opportunity at Southwestern Bell, now AT&T, changed her career path. In 2006, the College of Arts & Sciences honored Rinne as an Alumni Fellow for her accomplishments with Cingular Wireless, an AT&T subsidiary. At the time, Rinne was the chief technology officer for Cingular and received the “Wireless Week” Excellence Award in Emerging Technology. Now, celebrating her 34-year anniversary with AT&T, Rinne is the senior vice president of architecture and planning. She credits much of her success to the education she received at Washburn. “I have gotten this far because of what I learned. Washburn University rounded me out to be everything I needed to be and prepared me for my future,” Rinne said. Coming from a small high school in Bern, Kan., where women’s basketball was not offered, Rinne was excited to attend a university that presented opportunities for females to participate in athletics and where she could obtain a premier education. She credits her time with the Lady Blues basketball team for teaching her invaluable lessons in teamwork, discipline, leadership and accountability. Since graduating, Rinne has been a loyal supporter of both academics and athletics at Washburn. “I give back to Washburn because of everything it has given and taught me,” she said.


MARCH 4 - 5 West Texas Lady Buff Invitational, Canyon, Texas 4 West Texas A&M University, 11 a.m. 4 Eastern New Mexico University, 1:30 p.m. 5 West Texas A&M University, 11 a.m. 5 Eastern New Mexico University, 1:30 p.m. 18 - 20 MIAA Crossover Tournament, Bolivar, Mo., TBA 25 Northwest Missouri State University, 2 p.m. 26 University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1 p.m. APRIL 1 Missouri Western State University, 3 p.m. 2 Emporia State University, 1 p.m. 21 Washburn University Foundation

5 8 9 15 - 17 22 23 30

Fort Hays State University, 3 p.m. Pittsburg State University, 3 p.m. Missouri Southern State University, Joplin, 1 p.m. MIAA Crossover Tournament, Kirksville, Mo., TBA Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, Mo., 2 p.m. University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, 1 p.m. Lincoln University, 1 p.m.

MAY 1 Truman State University, 1 p.m. 5 - 8 MIAA Postseason Softball Tournament, Kansas City, Mo., TBA All games in bold played at Washburn softball complex.


MARCH 5 Truman State University, Kirksville, Mo., noon 6 Truman State University, Kirksville, Mo., noon 11 Southwest Baptist University, 3 p.m. 12 Southwest Baptist University, noon 19 University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1 p.m. 20 University of Nebraska at Omaha, noon 26 Missouri Western State University, 2 p.m. 27 Missouri Western State University, 1 p.m. 29 Fort Hays State University, 2 p.m. APRIL 2 3 5 8 9 10 12 16 17 19 22 23 26 29 30

22 Cameron University, Edmond, Okla., 1 p.m. (I & LB) 23 Dallas Baptist University, Edmond, Okla., 1 p.m. (I & LB) 24 Midwestern State University, Oklahoma City, Okla., 3 p.m. (I & LB) 26

Fort Hays State University, 10 a.m. (LB)


Emporia State University, 5:30 p.m. (I & LB)

APRIL 6 Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, 2 p.m. (I & LB)

Missouri Southern State University, Joplin, 4 p.m. Missouri Southern State University, Joplin, noon Newman University, Wichita, Kan., 5 p.m. Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Mo., 3 p.m. Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Mo., 1 p.m. Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Mo. noon Fort Hays State University, 2 p.m. University of Central Missouri, 1 p.m. University of Central Missouri, 1 p.m. Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Mo., 6 p.m. Northwest Missouri State University, 4 p.m. Northwest Missouri State University, noon Rockhurst University, 6 p.m. Emporia State University, 4 p.m. Emporia State University, 4 p.m.

8 Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Mo., 2 p.m. (I & LB) 9 Truman State University, 11 a.m. (I & LB) 12

Missouri Western State University, 3 p.m. (LB)

15 University of Arkansas-Fort Smith, Joplin, Mo., 1 p.m. (I & LB) 19 Cowley County Community College, Emporia, Kan., 10 a.m. (I & LB) 21 – 23 MIAA Postseason Tennis Tournament, Kansas City, Mo., TBA (I & LB) All games in bold played at Washburn softball complex. I & LB – Ichabods and Lady Blues; I – Ichabods; LB – Lady Blues


MAY 7 Pittsburg State University, 2 p.m. 8 Pittsburg State University, noon 12 – 15 MIAA Baseball Championship, Kansas City, Kan.

APRIL 16 Spring game, Yager Stadium, 10 a.m.

All games in bold played at Washburn at Falley Field.



MARCH 7 – 8 St. Edward’s Invitational, Austin, Texas 21 – 22 Southern California Intercollegiate Championship, Mission Viejo

MARCH 3 University of Nebraska at Kearney, 7 p.m. (I & LB) 4

Newman University, 1 p.m. (I & LB)

8 Johnson County Community College, 1:30 p.m. (I & LB) 11

Southeastern Oklahoma State University, TBA (I)

12 University of Nebraska at Omaha, 11 a.m. (I & LB) 18 Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Mo., 2 p.m. (LB)

APRIL 4 – 5 University of Central Oklahoma Kickingbird Invitational, Edmond 11 – 12 Heart of America Invitational, Warrensburg, Mo. 18 – 19 MIAA Championship Tournament, Kansas City, Mo., TBA

19 Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, Mo., 10 a.m. (I & LB)

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Steve Martin

Steve Martin, bsn ’79

Steve Martin, bsn ’79, Omaha, Neb., thought a college education would be a difficult challenge to achieve. However, his anticipated future changed once he was offered academic and athletic scholarships to Washburn. Martin said the discipline and responsibility he learned while playing football at Washburn helped him realize his potential. “I didn’t see myself in one particular role anymore. I had options that I had never even dreamt of having and the desire to go after them,” he said. Playing football at Washburn gave Martin a great deal of perseverance and the courage he needed to pursue his dreams, which also meant changing his major to nursing. Originally a biology major, Martin was inspired by the innovative direction taken by Alice Young, dean of the School of Nursing at the time. Shortly after graduation, he joined classmate Jim Slover, bsn ’79, Topeka, in the operations and development of Health Check, an entrepreneurial enterprise. Martin’s entrepreneurship skills and drive inspired him to do more in the health care field. He went on to work for the Upjohn Co. and also founded a high-tech home health care business. He was hired by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska in 1986 and now serves as president and chief executive officer. He is also on the board of trustees at Washburn University Foundation. Martin gives back to Washburn University, providing assistance for students who face financial difficulties, just as he once did, and to support faculty members who inspire students on a daily basis to pursue their passions. “If Washburn hadn’t provided me with my scholarships, I wouldn’t be where I am today. That is something to give back to,” he said. For more information on how you can impact the life of a Washburn student, please contact Washburn University Foundation at (785) 670-4483 or visit

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giving back: Sam Crow Back in 1969, Sam Crow, ba ’73, Springfield, Mo., was just your average high school student, dreaming of everything but college. While furthering his education was the farthest thing from his mind, there was still a glimmer of desire in his heart to make something more of himself. Growing up in Topeka, Crow was familiar with Washburn University. After much contemplation, Crow enrolled at Washburn and began his transformational journey. Within his first semester of classes, Crow’s eyes were opened to the endless opportunities he had in life with the help of a college education. He enrolled in theatre, organic chemistry, physics, ROTC, pre-law and pre-med classes. “Something happened to me at Washburn to set into motion a lot of things that would have never occurred otherwise. I became interested in everything and wanted to learn more and more,” said Crow. By 1973, Crow earned a bachelor of arts in psychology, but he wasn’t finished yet. His experiences in ROTC at Washburn influenced him to join the Air Force. Similar to his mindset while at Washburn, Crow still yearned for more knowledge during his time in the Air Force. “I loved the feeling of endless opportunities that Washburn had given me. At that time in my life, it gave me the desire to go back to school once again,” he said. While in the Air Force, Crow attended Chapman University in California and earned a master’s degree in counseling psychology. In 1985, Crow graduated from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences with a degree in osteopathic medicine. Since he first set foot in a Washburn classroom, Crow’s desire to continue to learn has never faltered. Currently, he serves as a part-time medical director and family practice doctor at St. John’s Health System in Springfield, Mo. His career requires him to keep pace with what is new and changing in his field. Because of their belief in the power of giving back, Crow and his wife, Cheryl (Browne) Crow, ba ’73, have established an endowed scholarship fund at Washburn to assist non-traditional students pursuing degrees in medicine. The Crows also want to help students see their potential and talent, just like the professors at Washburn did for Sam when he was a student. Crow credits much of his success to his experiences at Washburn University. “My time at Washburn really set me on fire for my future and opened my eyes to the possibilities out there. Who knows what is next for me?”

Sam Crow, ba ’73

To read more about Sam’s story, visit To learn more about helping foster the talents of Washburn students, please contact Washburn University Foundation at (785) 670-4483 or visit

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Impacting Students Through Their Words ESPN analyst Dick Vitale, Olympic athlete Jackie Joyner Kersie, author Greg Mortenson, JanSport co-founder Skip Yowell, filmmaker and social activist Morgan Spurlock: these are just a sampling of the transformational speakers Washburn students have had a chance to hear the past four years through the Washburn Student Government Association Lecture Series.

Most recently, Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons, a pioneering musician, accomplished author, fashion mogul and star of MTV’s hit reality show “Run’s House” visited campus. Simmons brought a message emphasizing the importance of putting family first, getting a good education and being true to oneself. Each year, WSGA leaders invite enlightening and transforming

speakers to campus as a service to students, faculty and staff and the Topeka community. The lecture series was established in 2007 with the objective of bringing in high-profile speakers with messages intended to entertain, as well as educate and challenge the community to think on a global level. Speakers are chosen from a wide range of backgrounds to appeal to a diverse audience.

Students and staff surround reality show star Joseph "Rev Run" Simmons after his appearance.

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Students welcome filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (center) to campus.

“We see a different crowd at each lecture, which is ultimately our goal,” said Caley Onek, WSGA president. “We feel it is beneficial to provide a variety of speakers so we can reach out to a range of different audiences. We want to bring something new and exciting to campus each time we put on a lecture. We want to put Washburn on the map,” she said. With ambitions such as these, it’s not difficult to see why the lecture series has had such a positive response. Other past speakers are: • Greg Mortenson, author of the book “Three Cups of Tea” and “Stones into Schools” • Ron Clark, also known as the American Educator • Jackie Joyner Kersie, Olympic athlete • Kip Yowell, co-founder of JanSport

• Ishmael Beah, author of “A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier” • Patch Adams, founder of the Gesundheit Institute and portrayed by Robin Williams in the movie “Patch Adams” • Mark Witacre, former vice president of ADM, turned informant. He was played by actor Matt Damon in the movie “The Informant.” • Morgan Spurlock, filmmaker and social activist who is best known for his documentary “Super Size Me” The first speaker of 2011 was wildlife biologist and host on "Animal Planet," Jeff Corwin, who tapped into yet another audience base. WSGA’s ability to bring these nationally known speakers to campus is possible due to private support from alumni and friends of Washburn University. Contributions from local

organizations and foundations have played a large role in the group’s ability to draw big names to campus. “The Washburn Lecture Series would not be possible without the support of our sponsors and donors,” Onek said. “Their generosity allows us to bring high-quality speakers with big name recognition to our campus. “We want to create memories for Washburn students so they will look back and say, ‘That was a really awesome experience and Washburn made that happen for me.’ Private support helps make this possible.”

To learn more about supporting the WSGA Lecture Series or similar programs at Washburn, please contact Washburn University Foundation at (785) 670-4483 or visit Impacting Students Through Their Words 26

CAMPUS NEWS New vice presidents join executive staff

Richard L. Anderson

Randall G. Pembrook

In November, Richard L. Anderson began serving as vice president for administration and treasurer. He came to Washburn from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where he was vice chancellor of administrative services. He previously held administrative positions at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine and the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. He received a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master of business administration degree from Oklahoma State University. In January, Randall G. Pembrook joined Washburn as vice president for academic affairs. He previously was a special assistant to the president for accreditation and academic affairs at Baker University, Baldwin City, Kan. Pembrook joined Baker in 2007 and has held the title of professor of music/ education, interim vice president for enrollment management and financial aid and served three years as executive vice president and provost for the College of Arts and Science, School of Education, School of Nursing and School of Professional and Graduate Studies. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in piano performance/ music education from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and a doctorate in music education from Florida State University.

Washburn University School of Business ‘Best’ by The Princeton Review for fourth year For the fourth consecutive year, the Washburn University School of Business has been named an outstanding business school by The Princeton Review. The New York-based education services company features the school in the 2011 edition of “The Best 300 Business Schools” (Random House/Princeton Review). “The Best 300 Business Schools” has two-page profiles of the schools and their master of business administration programs, with write-ups on their academics, student life and admissions, plus ratings for their academics, selectivity and career placement services. In the profile on Washburn, the Princeton Review editors noted that the Washburn MBA program cited a good peer network, small classes and engaged and accessible faculty as assets. It was stated that the good mix of tenured academic professors and adjuncts currently working in the industry provides a very good real-world perspective in many classes on business issues and is beneficial in forging contacts with businesses in the community.

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The Wilper Family of Garnett, Kan., was recognized as the 2010 Family of the Year during halftime on Family Day Nov. 6. (L to R): President Jerry Farley; Cadence, Bill, Dianne and Matthew Wilper; and Susan Farley.

family of the year Matt Wilper, a senior majoring in sociology and son of Bill and Dianne Wilper, Garnett, Kan., said he nominated his family for the 2010 Family of the Year honor because Washburn has become a tradition for his family. “Washburn has become a major part of my family, and we would not be the same loving, close family without it,” he wrote.

The Wilper family became active at Washburn in 2000 when Matt’s brother, James Wilper, ba ’05, London, England, joined the cheer squad. The family fell in love with Washburn football as they attended games to watch James cheer, and they haven’t missed many home games since. Matt’s sister, Clara Wilper, ba ’09, Lake Jackson, Texas, began attending Washburn in 2004, and Matt joined her in 2007. Matt is involved in Future

Alumni Network, serves as president of Washburn Wellness Club and Sociology/Anthropology Club and was inducted into Mortar Board. This spring will end the Wilper stint at Washburn, but Matt hopes that his niece, Cadence Wilper, who attended the Family Day football game with Matt and his parents, will follow in his family’s footsteps.

a few of the many Baili Zhang, m ed ’92, director of international programs, isn’t surprised when he meets a student at Washburn who shares his last name. After all, the Chinese name Chang (Zhang) is the most common family name in the world. The record 85 students hailing from China/Hong Kong this academic year brought more Zhangs than usual to the campus. “Many people think they are all my relatives,” he said of the 10 student Zhangs on campus.

(L to R): Mengmeng (Mandy) Zhang, Chengdu; Sitian (Maggie) Zhang, Chengdu; Baili Zhang; Zhenging (Jenny), Zhang, Jinhua; Xiaofan Zhang, Tianjin; and Zheng Zhang, Zhejiang. Additional students named Zhang not pictured are Anqi, Zhejiang; Feng, Beijing; Jia Ning (Jenny), Xiamen; Xiao (Rachel), Beijing; and Yiyang (Ian), Tianjin. Class Notes 28

Students build video game to promote Topeka Students enrolled in the art department’s interactive art and gaming class used virtual world zombies to promote a real-world project. The project, which will be ongoing for the next two years, is a video game developed by students enrolled in the class taught by Azyz Sharafy, associate professor, art. The game will challenge players to overcome a variety of obstacles, including zombies, to “win” a vision of a new, revitalized downtown Topeka. The idea of fitting his class curriculum with the Heartland Visioning project to revitalize Topeka seemed like a win-win situation to Sharafy. “Washburn has such a deep link to the Topeka community,” said Sharafy, pointing out that Washburn’s President Jerry Farley is a Heartland Visioning co-founder. “The students are excited about doing this. It’s good for Washburn, for Topeka and for the students. It gives social value to their class work and prepares them for their future careers.”

FACULTY & STAFF Dave Provorse, chairman of the psychology department, received a Living Well at Washburn Award. Since 1993, Provorse has run 27 marathons in 10 different states and has taught a marathon training class at Washburn for 15 years, which has helped more than 300 students, faculty and staff members complete a full or half-marathon distance. Lisa Carey, softball coach, was inducted into the 2010

Dave Provorse

Kansas Sports Hall of Fame in October for records achieved in both high school and college. At Washburn Rural High School, she was named an All-State basketball and softball player, and at the University of Oklahoma she was a three-time All-Big 12 selection, was named 2000 Big 12 Player of the Year, helped the Sooners win the NCAA national championship and played in the 2001 College World Series. Since joining Washburn in 2003, Carey has led the softball program to a 237-191 record and two appearances in the NCAA Division II tournament. Lisa Carey 29 Campus News

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CLASS NOTES 1930s birthday

Boys and Girls Club of Topeka,

specialist at Shaner, Linn and

School after 25 years of service to

which he co-founded in 1955.

Avondale West elementary

Topeka schools.


Dorothy (Brink) Armstrong, ba

schools in Topeka. John Hamilton, jd ’65, Topeka,


an attorney with the law firm

’32, Lawrence, Kan., celebrated

Robert Beal, bba ’58, and Lois-

of Hamilton, Laughlin, Barker,

Steve Neske, bba ’69, and Kelly

her 100th birthday in October.

Ann Beal, Topeka, celebrated

Johnson & Watson, was selected

Neske, Topeka, celebrated their

their 50th wedding anniversary in

in the field of eminent domain

30th wedding anniversary in


by U.S. News & World Report


Sandra (Shaw) Crimmins, bba

and the Best Lawyers of America




’59, and Joe Crimmins, bba

website and is the only lawyer

Lila (Weaver) Bush, attendee

’59, Topeka, celebrated their

named in eminent domain

’45, and David Bush, Rochester,

50th wedding anniversary in

category on the Missouri &

and bs ’95, Topeka, joined the

N.Y., celebrated their 65th


Kansas Super Lawyers website.

Friends of the Mulvane Art

Kathy (Covert) Maag, bba ’64,

Museum board of directors.

Topeka, received the

Rebecca Crotty, jd ’77, Topeka,

Michaelanean Award for service

was selected by Gov. Mark

at the local level to Alpha Phi

Parkinson as a trial judge for

wedding anniversary in November.


Marie (Keeling) Gaither, ba ’43 and bfa ’43, and Max Gaither, ba

Junior Elder, jd ’51, Topeka,

Cindy (Fletcher) Adams, bs ’79

’42 and jd ’53, Topeka, celebrated

celebrated his 90th birthday in

sorority, where she was treasurer

the Shawnee County (Kan.) 3rd

their 69th wedding anniversary in


for 10 years. Washburn honored

Judicial District.


Willie Mae “Billie” Knight, ba

her in 2010 with a Distinguished

Frank Diehl, jd ’77, Lawrence,

James Lewis, bba ’49, and

’55, Lawrence, Kan., celebrated

Service Award.

Kan., was appointed by Gov.

Shirley Lewis, Topeka, celebrated

her 102nd birthday in November.

Charlotte (Boring) Ratliff, bs

Mark Parkinson as a public

their 60th wedding anniversary in

Charles Long, bba ’57, Topeka,

’67, Eskridge, Kan., retired from

member of the Kansas Lottery


celebrated his 80th birthday in

Topeka West High School after a



long career in education.

Myron Frans, bs ’73,


John Scott, ba ’68, Topeka,

Minneapolis, Minn., is president

qualified for the 2010 New York

of Leeds Precision Instruments

Donna (LaMar) Bender, bs

Life’s Presidents Council. Scott

Inc., and Leeds Forensic Systems

’53, Topeka, celebrated his 90th

’65, Halstead, Kan., retired from

marked 42 years of service with


birthday in August.

Fresenius Medical Care, where

New York Life.

Rick Friedstrom, ba ’73, Topeka,

she served as a social worker.

Lee Thaete, bba ’68, Shawnee

qualified for the 2010 New York

Jack Bender, ba ’66 and jd ’69,

Mission, Kan., completed a

Life Executive Council.

C. Stewart Doty, ba ’50,

Halstead, Kan., was elected to

term as president of the Kansas

Diane (Meek) Gillenwater, b

Albuquerque, N.M., is the author

the executive committee of the

Association of Insurance and

music ’78, Topeka, is coordinator

of “The Journal of Ann McMath,

Kansas Learning Center for

Financial Advisors.

of the Topeka branch of the

an Orphan in a New York

Health board of trustees.

Wes Weathers, bba ’66 and

Americana Music Academy,

Parsonage of the 1850s,” published

Joyce (Myer) Eddy, b ed ’67

jd ’69, Topeka, is a partner in

which teaches bluegrass, jazz,

in January by SUNY Press.

and m ed ’71, Topeka, retired as

Weathers, Riley & Sheppeard,

country and other traditional

Jan Leuenberger, bba ’58 and jd ’61,

a literacy coach at Scott Magnet

which was recognized as a Best

music genres.

Topeka, retired as a Shawnee County

and Avondale West elementary

Law Firm for 2010 by U.S. News

Rob Goble, ba ’77, Rocklin,

(Kan.) District judge after 15 years

schools after a 43-year teaching

& World Report and the Best

Calif., was named West Coast

of service.


Lawyers of America website.

national account executive for

Phil Menninger, bba ’56,

Janice (Alexander) Gilliland,

Janet (Thaete) Zima, b ed ’69,


Topeka, was honored for more

b ed ’68 and m ed ’78, Auburn,

Topeka, retired from teaching

than 50 years of service to the

Kan., retired as a library media

music at Whitson Elementary

birthday Max Gaither, ba ’42 and jd


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*Dues-paid Alumni Association members are highlighted in blue.

Dan Hejtmanek, bba ’73 and jd

Boyd Koehn, ba ’75, Elk Falls,

Dennis Moore, jd ’70, Lenexa,

Steve Roberts, ba ’74 and m ed

’76, Topeka, is serving as

Kan., is a board member of the

Kan., retired after serving 12

’87, Topeka, retired as principal at

president of the Kansas

Kansas Association for Career

years in the U.S. House of

Eisenhower Middle School after a

Association for Justice.

and Technical Education.


long career in education.

Jerome Hellmer, jd ’74, Salina,

Terry Maple, bs ’78, Topeka,

Beth (Furneaux) Myers, b ed

Barbara (Lewis) Rush, b ed ’72,

Kan., was appointed chief judge

retired as superintendent of the

’72, Auburn, Kan., retired as a

Topeka, retired from State Street

of the 28th Judicial District,

Kansas Highway Patrol after

consulting teacher for special

Elementary after a long career in

which serves the Kansas counties

nearly 32 years of service.

education after serving 31 years


of Saline and Ottawa.

Carol (Waddell) McDowell,

in Topeka schools.

Robert Sawyer, ba ’70,

Dan Hutchins, bba ’78,

ba ’70 and jd ’75, Topeka,

Sherry (Martin) Ouellette,

Rochester, Minn., was appointed

Shawnee, Kan., was elected to the

was appointed by Gov. Mark

b ed ’72, Topeka, retired from

by Gov. Tim Pawlenty to the

Argentine Federal Savings board

Parkinson to the Capitol

Randolph Elementary School

State Guardian Ad Litem Board.

of directors.

Preservation Committee to

after a long career in education.

Tim Shafer, ba ’78, Abilene,

Lynn Johnson, jd ’70, Mission

assist with the development

Patricia Riley, b ed ’72 and

Kan., is the superintendent of

Hills, Kan., was named 2011

plans for a mural in the capitol

jd ’77, Topeka, is a partner in

schools for Abilene USD 435.

Medical Malpractice Lawyer

commemorating the Brown v.

Weathers, Riley & Sheppeard,

Candy (Henry) Shively, bs ’74,

of the Year by the Best Lawyers

Board of Education decision.

which was recognized as a Best

Topeka, retired as deputy

of America website. Washburn

McDowell is a former member of

Law Firm for 2010 by U.S. News

secretary after 34 years of service

honored Johnson as an Alumni

the Washburn Board of Regents.

& World Report and the Best

with the Kansas Department

Lawyers of America website.

of Social and Rehabilitation

Fellow in 2010.

Services. Georgia (Rickard) Small, b ed ’70 and m ed ’77, Topeka, retired as a Title I reading teacher with Topeka USD 501 after a long career in education. Ray Tucker, ba ’72, Salina, Kan., was promoted to associate professor of teacher education at Kansas Wesleyan University. Tam (Armstrong) Vincent, ba ’70, Topeka, is vice president, publicity for the Cosmopolitan


Amy Billinger, ba ’09, Ulysses, Kan. Amy Billinger is pictured at Peterhof Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia, where she is spending the 2010-11 academic year studying Russian at the Smolny Institute. Billinger, who is pursuing a master of liberal studies at Washburn, is in Russia on a Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarship worth approximately $25,000. In addition to

Club of Topeka. Suzette (Goering) Wedel, b ed ’72 and m ed ’91, Topeka, retired from McClure Elementary School after a long career in education. Kathleen Wilson, b ed ’72, Topeka, was appointed by Gov. Mark Parkinson to the State Rehabilitation Council.

her studies, she is a volunteer English teacher at an orphanage and works in a secondhand store run by Nochleshka, a non-governmental organization that focuses on helping homeless people. She also is active in Rotary as a part of Rotaract, which raises funds to provide heated tents to homeless people and is holding a ball in the spring to raise money for equipment to help a child walk. To follow her blog, visit amysrussianadventure. Class Notes 32


Kim (Hague) Calvin, bba ’81, Carbondale, Kan., is a

State University-San Marcos.

Betty (Zimmerman) Johnson,

partner in Simply Solutions

Michelle (Montague) Ganson,

Inc., which provides a variety

ba ’80 and b ed ’89, Topeka,

of services to businesses

retired from Randolph

including bookkeeping and

Elementary School, where she

b ed ’76, and Arthur Johnson, Oskaloosa, Kan., celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary

website presence.

has taught since 1991.

Natalie Camacho Mendoza,

Mary (Wilkinson) Hardin,

jd ’89, Boise, Idaho, received

b ed ’82, Topeka, retired from

the Latino Hero Award

Meadows Elementary School

from Regence Blue Shield

after 26 years of service in

of Idaho for professional


accomplishments and

Francis (Perry) Helms, b

community service.

music ’80, Topeka, retired

Kurt Daniels, ba ’81,

from Quincy Elementary

Topeka, marked 10 years

School after 31 years of service

with the Kansas Department

as a music teacher in Topeka

of Transportation, where he


serves as right-of-way property

William Mach, bsn ’84,


appraiser supervisor.

Topeka, is an assistant

Pamela Dawes-Tambornino, ba

professor in the Washburn


’86, Linwood, Kan., presented

University School of Nursing.

“Aristotle’s Rhetoric Triangle

Kevin Moncrief, bba ’83, Oak

and Three Traditional Cherokee

Hills, Calif., was inducted

’86, Auburn, Kan., is president

Stories” at the Rhetoric Society

into the Highland Park High

of America and received a master

School Hall of Fame.

of arts degree in English from

Kandy (Carlson) Ockree, bba

Emporia State University.

’82, Topeka, was a nominee for

in November. Jerry Reiman, b music ’73


the honorable Nancy Moritz caplinger, bba '82, jd '85, topeka

and Jeanie Reiman, Topeka, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in October. Lucy “Nickie” Stein, m ed ’73, and Joseph Stein, Topeka, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in September.

Nancy Moritz Caplinger was

David Tunison, bs ’74 and

appointed by Gov. Mark Parkinson

bsn ’79, and Judy Tunison,

as a justice on the Kansas

Topeka, celebrated their

Supreme Court.

40th wedding anniversary in

Caplinger began her legal career as a research attorney for former Supreme Court Justice Harold S. Herd and then served two years as a law clerk for U.S. District Court Judge Patrick Kelly. She was an associate in general litigation practice for the Overland Park firm of Spencer Fane

Martha Bartlett Piland, ba of MB Piland Advertising & Marketing, which received a Silver Quill Award of Merit from the International

Britt and Browne before being

Association of Business

appointed assistant U.S. attorney.

Communicators Southern

In 2004, she was named to the

Region for the GO Topeka

Kansas Court of Appeals.

29-Second Storybook video

As a student, Caplinger


served as the notes editor on the

Tom Bell, jd ’81, Topeka, is

Washburn Law Journal, receiving

representing hospitals on the

numerous awards for her scholarly work. She participates in the School of Law Mentor Program and in the externship program by hiring several externs for her chambers. With Caplinger's selection, Washburn Law graduates

Kansas Health Information Exchange Inc. Bell is president and chief executive officer of the Kansas Hospital Association. Marilyn (Sinclair) Brobst, b ed ’82, Lecompton, Kan., retired as a teacher, reading specialist and curriculum coordinator

comprise five of the seven

at Scott Magnet School after a

Kansas Supreme Court justice

long career in education.

appointments. 33 Class Notes

Alumni Association at Texas

Diane (Prior) DeBacker, m

the Women to Watch Award,

ed ’87, Topeka, was appointed

sponsored by the Kansas

Kansas Commissioner of

Society of CPAs and the

Education by the Kansas State

American Institute of CPAs.

Board of Education.

Carol Perry, bsn ’84, Topeka,

Marcia (Harper) Durkes,

was appointed by Gov. Mark

bba ’88, Topeka, is a partner

Parkinson to the Kansas Works

in Simply Solutions Inc.,

State Board and the Secretary

which provides a variety of

of Health and Environment’s

services to businesses including

Advisory Committee on

bookkeeping and website

Trauma. Washburn honored


Perry as an Alumni Fellow in

Linda Gall, bsn ’87 and


msn ’08, Bonner Springs,

Terry Rolfs, m ed ’85,

Kan., is a graduate from the

Topeka, retired from Topeka

Kansas Hospital Association

West High School after a long

Leadership Institute.

career in education. She is

Kimberly (Rutledge) Gannon,

an adjunct in the Washburn

ba ’88, Paso Robles, Calif., is

education department.

director of alumni relations and executive director of the *Dues-paid Alumni Association members are highlighted in blue.


Jon Kuhn, bFa ’72, honorary doctorate '06, Winston Salem, N.C. Jon Kuhn presented a crystal cross to Pope Benedict XVI in Rome during an audience in September. The Pope’s Cross contains 15,000 facets of clear optical-grade crystal and has a center tinged with crimson. “My work is now in the Vatican museum, and we expect it to be used in public or private Masses there,” Kuhn said. The cross is the first of a variety of crystal crosses designed and created to be marketed as Kuhn Sacred Glass. Kuhn’s works are included in the permanent collections of more than 40 museums. One of his glass works, “Cotes du Rhone,” is on permanent display in Washburn’s Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, and his art is also in the Mulvane Art Museum’s permanent collection. Washburn honored Kuhn in 1999 as an Alumni Fellow. He is currently working on a project for a holocaust museum. To learn more, visit

Steven Scheiwe, jd ’86, Encinitas, Calif., was appointed to the Primus Telecommunications Group Inc. board of directors and serves as chairman of the audit committee. Cynthia Sheppeard, ba ’81 and jd ’84, Topeka, is a partner in Weathers, Riley & Sheppeard, which was recognized as a Best Law Firm for 2010 by U.S. News & World Report and on the Best Lawyers of America website. Mark Tabb, ba ’80, Plains, Kan., is serving his second term as mayor of Plains. Tabb is also a supervisor for the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Food Safety Inspection Service at National Beef in Liberal, Kan. Danette (Jensen) Toone, bba ’81, Concordia, Kan., is president of Cloud County Community College.


John Burns, ba ’92, Topeka, is

Washburn honored Langhofer as

director of the athletic training

an Alumni Fellow in 2003.

Evelyn Anderson, b ed ’82,

education program for the

Kathryn Northway, m ed ’99,

department of kinesiology at

Topeka, retired after 29 years

Washburn, where he is also an

of service from French Middle

and Dale Anderson, Topeka, celebrated their 60th wedding

athletic trainer for football.

School, where she taught

Lora Carlson, mba ’92, Topeka,

and served as a curriculum

is recording secretary and


immediate past president of

Charlie Smithson, jd ’94,

anniversary in September.

the Friends of the Mulvane Art

Des Moines, Iowa, was named


chief clerk of the Iowa House of


Joyce Grover, jd ’94, Lawrence,


Kan., was appointed to the

Belva Jean Taylor, aa ’93,

Governor’s Domestic Violence

Topeka, was appointed by

’91, Maryville, Ill., published her

Fatality Review Board by Gov.

Gov. Mark Parkinson to the

Mark Parkinson. Grover is

Board of Adult Care Home

general counsel for the Kansas


Coalition Against Sexual and

Holly Woodbury, ba ’98,

Domestic Violence.

Hollywood, Fla., is director of

Cheryl (Dye) Hayward, bba

development at Community

’90, Topeka, was a nominee for

Partnership for Homeless in

the Women to Watch Award,

Miami, Fla.

sponsored by the Kansas Society

Wendy Wussow, jd ’94, Lincoln,

of CPAs and the American

Neb., is chief legal counsel for the

Institute of CPAs.

Nebraska State Patrol.

anniversary in September. Millie (Tipton) Wray, m ed ’80, and Charles Wray, Topeka, celebrated their 50th wedding

Laura (Rounkles) Balster, ba first book, “Brandy.” Terry Blackwell, ba ’94, Holton, Kan., marked 10 years with the Kansas Department of Transportation, where he serves as an engineering technician specialist. Brian Brunkow, aas ’98 and m ed ’06, Topeka, retired as a photo technology teacher from Washburn Institute of Technology, where he served for 30 years.

Stan Langhofer, bsn ’92, Topeka, received the 2010 Zawiski Award for his service to the National Renal Administrators Association. Class Notes 34


Heart of Healthcare Award from

Jennifer Guth, b ed ’99, and

sponsored by the Kansas Society

Hutchinson, Kan., is teaching

the University of Kansas School

of CPAs and the American

first grade at the Magnet School

of Nursing. Bilynsky is the

Institute of CPAs.

at Allen.

suicide prevention case manager

Eric Eisenbarth, bs ’09, Topeka,

Samuel Green, jd ’09, Topeka, is

for the VA Eastern Kansas Health

is football offensive line coach at

an associate in the Topeka office

Care System.

Washburn University.

of the law firm of Fisher Patterson

Monica Boydston Cameron, ba

Dana Farmer, as ’04, Lawrence,

Sayler & Smith.

’05 and jd ’08, Wichita, Kan.,

Kan., is a lecturer in the

Lena (Bronson) Hayden, ba

opened the Cameron Law Office,

Washburn University allied

’02, Topeka, the owner of Nos

where she practices family law.

health department.

Vemos Greetings, was honored at

and marketing, for GO Topeka.

Charley Brattin, aas ’09 and bs

Abby Folk, bba ’07, Bushton,

the 2010 Minority and Women

’09, Colby, Kan., is a graduate

Kan., is a Polo customer support

Business Awards luncheon


of the Kansas Highway Patrol

associate with M-C Industries.

sponsored by the Kansas

academy and is serving as a

Brad Frederick, bba ’00, Topeka,

Department of Commerce.

Patricia (Eddy) Carpenter,

trooper in Thomas County, Kan.

was selected for Leadership

Francis Hoang, mcj ’00,

Whitney (Bolz) Coleman,

Kansas Association of Homes and

Alexandria, Va., is a partner in

bs ’06, Overland Park, Kan.,

Services for Aging.

the Law Offices of Fluet &

wedding anniversary in August.

received a doctor of optometry

Traci Fruit, ba ’00, Ottawa,

Huber. He recently completed a

degree from the University of

Kan., was a member of a Rotary

tour of duty with Army Special


Missouri-St. Louis College of

International sponsored group

Forces in Afghanistan.


study exchange team to South

Aubrey (Borel) Jacobs, jd ’06,

Tara (Kemp) Cunningham,


Lawrence, Kan., is program

Topeka, retired from Topeka

ba ’00, Surprise, Ariz., was

Karen (DeDonder) Garrison,

manager for the National

promoted to executive director of

bs ’05, Paxico, Kan., is clinical

Alliance on Mental Illness-

admissions and recruitment at the

education coordinator and


University of Arizona College of

lecturer in the kinesiology

Michael Koontz, b ed ’06,


department and an assistant

Waterville, Kan., is head coach

Jolee Eckert, ma ’02, Topeka,

athletic trainer at Washburn

for baseball and girls basketball

Kan., is clinical director of


at Pleasant Ridge High School in

training and operations at

Amber Gordon, b ed ’09,

Easton, Kan.

C.A.R.E. Counseling Inc.

Hutchinson, Kan., is teaching

Jeff Kready, b music ’04, New

Caroline Eddinger, bba ’05,

second grade at the Magnet

York, N.Y., is featured as Tony in

Lecompton, Kan., was a nominee

School at Allen.

the second national tour of “Billy

for the Women to Watch Award,

Ashley Gordon, b ed ’09,

Elliot The Musical.”

Richard Mills, Las Vegas, Nev., on June 19. She is a librarian at Las Vegas High School. Cindee Christensen Stratton, ba ’92, and Kyle Williams, Topeka, on July 31. She is assistant vice president, attraction

bba ’95, and Harry Carpenter, Topeka, celebrated their 50th

Joseph Anderson, m ed ’00, USD 501 after a career as a special education and science teacher. Billie Jean Bergmann, bba ’09, Topeka, was promoted to senior analyst in the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway finance department. Marcy Bilynsky, bsn ’04, Topeka, received the Nursing:


Gilbert galle, bFa ’70, charlotte, N.C. Gilbert Galle celebrates a second place finish at the National Auto Sport Association 2010 National Championships at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah. Galle, who lives in the heart of NASCAR country, owns and operates a Porsche 997 GT3 Cup car and races in the highest class, GTS5. He began competition racing in 2006 and participates in the NASA and Porsche Club of America venues. After retiring in 2008 as managing general partner and portfolio manager for WEDGE Capital Management LLC, he stepped up his racing schedule, which now includes full seasons primarily east of the Mississippi at tracks such as Sebring and Daytona, Fla.; Road Atlanta; Virginia International Raceway; Mid-Ohio; and Watkins Glen, N.Y.

35 Class Notes

Aaron Mays, ba ’02, Topeka,

JR Treto, ba ’03, Chicago,

Becky Woodyard, aas ’07, and

Bridget Zeller, bs ’03, and Kevin

was honored by Blue Cross

Ill., was promoted to associate

Ricci Woodyard, Ozawkie, Kan.,

Godbold, Irving, Texas, on

and Blue Shield of Kansas as

director, consultant management

celebrated their 25th wedding

September. 11.

the outstanding individual

for The College Board’s

anniversary in September.

enrollment specialist during the

Midwestern and Western regions.

second quarter of 2010.

Amanda Walter, bba ’09,

Emily (Friedstrom) McGee, ba

Topeka, has joined MB Piland

’01, Topeka, is president of Junior

Fat Free Advertising as account

Jennifer Calhoun, bs ’08, and

jd ’07, and Marshall McGinnis,

League of Topeka.


Adam Polter, Topeka, on Sept. 4.

ba ’03 and jd ’07, Lawrence,

Linsey Moddelmog, ba ’02,

J. Brad Wilmoth, bba ’01, St.

She is employed by the State of

Kan., a boy, Owen Halpin, on

Lawrence, Kan., is a lecturer in

Louis, Mo., was certified as a


Sept. 24.

the political science department

life member of both the Million

Jason Degenhardt, b music ’09,

at Washburn University and is

Dollar Advocates Forum and the

and Kellie Brubaker, Topeka, on

pursuing a doctorate in political

Multi-Million Dollar

Oct. 10, 2009.

science at the University of

Advocates Forum. Wilmoth is

Rodolfo Forde, ba ’07, and Faye


an attorney specializing in the

Barrand, Gainesville, Fla., on

Montezuma, Kan., was

Stephanie (Gigous) Moore, ba

personal injury field.

May 31.

elected to the Kansas House of

’05, Olathe, Kan., is working as

Nick Woolery, bpa ’08,

Amy Holman, bs ’02, and Justin

Representatives in August. In

marketing and creative manager

Baytown, Texas, received a master

Horn, Lee’s Summit, Mo., on

December he was elected to the

in Mr. Goodcents Subs & Pastas

of public administration degree

April 10. She is a physician at

38th District seat in the state

corporate office.

from the University of Kansas in

Parkville Family Practice.

Senate, which was vacated when

Kelli Netson, ba ’01, Wichita,

May and is assistant to the city

Rachel Schmidtlein, bsn ’09,

the incumbent was named to

Kan., is assistant professor

manager of Baytown.

and Brandon DeBaere, Topeka,

the U.S. House. Love served

of psychiatry and behavioral

Paige (Pfannenstiel) Woolery,

on July 17. She is a registered

as president of the Washburn

sciences at the Wichita campus of

bba ’07, Baytown, Texas, works

nurse at Family Service and

Student Government Association

the University of Kansas School

in the Houston, Texas, office of

Guidance Center.


of Medicine, where she began

the accounting firm KPMG as

Elizabeth Sheely, bsn ’07, and

a pediatric neuropsychology

senior associate in the advisory

Josh Reynolds, Lawrence, Kan.,

service and conducts research on

services practice.

on July 2. She works at Lawrence

cancer survivorship outcomes for children with pediatric cancers


and women with breast cancer.


births Shannon (Halpin) McGinnis,


Garrett Love, bba ’10,


Memorial Hospital.

Emme Oniki, bba ’10, and

Jessie Wilson, ba ’02, and

Collin Billau, bba ’10, Topeka,

Charles Hauck, Minneapolis,

on June 12. He owns and operates

Monica Simecka, aas ’08,

Rugena Hall, ba ’00, and Jim

Kan., on May 22. She is a

Business Solutions LLC.

Topeka, joined M-C Industries as

Hall, Topeka, celebrated their

territory manager with Ariat

a Polo custom products customer

25th wedding anniversary in

International of Union City,

support associate for the Hessco




In the community Four Washburn alumni, all of Topeka, are serving on the Shawnee County Court Appointed Special Advocates board of directors: Ashley Charest, ba ’99 and mba ’06, secretary Fred Patton, bba ’97 Tim Royer, ba ’91, treasurer Monica Simecka, aas ’08

Four Washburn alumni, all of Topeka, are serving on the board of LifeHouse Child Advocacy Center: Kristen Basso, ba ’94 and ba ’95 Wayne Basso, ba ’93, president Kevin Kongs, bba ’85 and mba ’04, treasurer Janet (Hurtig) Rinehart, bba ’81 Class Notes 36


master gardener and landscaper.

Robert Hanefield, ba ’49, 84,

Kan., superintendent in Bazine,

Marilyn (Hesse) Dorrell, ba

Lawton, Okla., on July 17. He

Kan., and principal in Geneseo,

Bernard Cohen, jd ’37, 95,

’48, 83, Topeka, on Sept. 27.

was an Army Air Corps World

Kan. He also operated Rages

Chattanooga, Tenn., on Oct.

She worked for the Menninger

War II veteran, worked 31 years

Crop Insurance Agency in Lyons.

24. He was an attorney for more

Foundation and Topeka Public

for Metropolitan Insurance

His wife, Marlane (Woodard)

than 70 years, a member of the

Schools and was a charter

Co., served as a deacon at First

Rages, ba ’48, survives.

Chattanooga and Tennessee

member of Christ the King

Presbyterian Church and was

William Stillings, ba ’49 and

Trial Lawyers associations, of

Catholic Church. At Washburn,

active in the Masons.

jd ’50, 87, Topeka, on Nov. 11.

the Mizpah Congregation and a

she served on the Washburn

Anne (Snook) Masterson, ba

An Army Air Corps veteran of

lifetime member of the Washburn

Review and Kaw staffs and

’44, 87, Midland, Texas, on Sept.

World War II and the Korean

Alumni Association.

was a member of International

1. She was a Navy air traffic

conflict, he practiced law for 32

Relations Club, Newman Club

controller, office manager for

years, serving as Atchison County


and Alpha Phi sorority.

Trinity School and a member of

attorney, Atchison city attorney

Willis “Bill” Anton, bba ’48, 83,

Wilbur “Lyle” Eberhart, ba

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church. At

and a member of the Atchison

Topeka, on Sept. 14. He was an

’45, 88, Corvallis, Ore., on Oct.

Washburn, she was president of the

School Board. At Washburn,

officer in the Navy during World

12. He was a branch library

Ichadettes pep club and a member

he was a member of the Bar

War II, was owner and president

chief at the Detroit (Mich.)

of Delta Gamma sorority.

Association and Delta Theta Phi

of Topeka Tent & Awning and

Public Library, a public library

William Miller, bs ’40, 91,

legal fraternity.

served on many Topeka area

consultant in the Wisconsin

Medford, Ore., on April 28. An

Wendell Thornburg, bs ’49

boards, including Security Benefit

Free Library Commission and

Army Medical Corps veteran, he

and ba ’51, 89, Scottsboro, Ala.,

and Stormont-Vail Regional

administrator of Wisconsin’s

had a pediatric practice for more

on Feb. 13, 2010. He was an

Health Center. He was a lifetime

Division of Library Services. At

than 30 years, served as president

Army World War II veteran and

member of the Washburn

Washburn, he was named to

of the joint medical staff at Rogue

received the Boy Scouts’ Silver

Alumni Association, where

Who’s Who Among Students

Valley Medical Center and retired

Beaver Award for long service

he served 1973-74 as president

in American Universities and

as a staff physician at the Veterans

as a scoutmaster. A biochemist

of the board of directors. As a

Colleges, served on the Kaw and

Administration Domiciliary in

at Procter & Gamble Co., he

student, he was a member of Phi

Washburn Review staffs and

White City, Ore. At Washburn,

invented the super absorbent

Delta Theta fraternity. His wife,

was a member of International

he was a member of the golf team

cellulose in Pamper diapers.

Bette (Lenington) Anton, ba ’47,

Relations Club.

and Phi Delta Theta fraternity.

Norman Trompeter, bba ’49,


Mary Fix, bs ’49, 83, Las Cruces,

Keith Nitcher, ba ’48, 89,

87, Scottsdale, Ariz., on March

Joe Baker, ba ’47, 91, San

N.M., on Aug. 2. She retired

Lawrence, Kan., on Nov. 6. A

7. A World War veteran of the

Antonio, Texas, on Nov. 13. A

as a physicist with the United

certified public accountant, he

Army Signal Corps, he worked 38

Marine World War II veteran, he

States civil service. At Washburn,

served as assistant treasurer at

years for Armour Foods, retiring

coached football, basketball and

she was a member of Dolphin

Washburn 1949-51 and was

in 1986. At Washburn, he was a

track and served as director of

Club and Kappa Mu Epsilon

director of business and fiscal

member of Pi Gamma Mu social

athletics at Turner High School in

mathematics honorary society.

affairs at the University of

science honorary society.

Kansas City, Kan., retiring after

John Fleer, ba ’44, 86, Lake

Kansas and KU Medical Center

Mary Jane (Saderstrom)

37 years of service. At Washburn,

San Marcos, Calif., on Oct. 2.

campuses 1969-93.

Vernon, ba ’44, 88, Lee’s

he was an assistant football coach.

A Navy World War II veteran,

Lloyd Rages, ba ’48, 90, Lyons,

Summit, Mo., on Nov. 20. She

Cornelia DeMoss, ba ’42, 94,

he was chief financial officer at

Kan., on Sept. 12. A World

was a homemaker and served as

Topeka, on Sept. 13. She worked

Minnegasco for many years. At

War II Coast Guard veteran, he

a stenographer for the Kansas

as a data processor for the Kansas

Washburn, he was a member of

had a long career in education,

Legislative Council and secretary

Department of Health and

the football, basketball and

serving as a principal in several

for Capper Publications. At

Environment’s office of vital

track teams.

Topeka schools, assistant to the

Washburn, she was a member of

superintendent in Hutchinson,

Zeta Tau Alpha sorority.

statistics and was a certified 37 In Memory


Advocates Club and Phi Alpha

Joe Babicki, bba ’68, 68, Port

John Jacobson, ba ’68, 83,

secretary for Sigma Alpha Iota

Hueneme, Calif., on Aug. 15. A

Topeka, on Oct. 14. A Navy

A Navy veteran, he worked at

music honorary society and

Marine veteran, he had a career

veteran, he was in sales and many

Thompson Hardware, Wilcox

as secretary for Delta Gamma

in accounting, was an actor in

business ventures, was active in

Trailer Sales and Swecker/Knipp

sorority. With her husband, Joe

music videos, commercials, plays

Scottish Rite, Masonic Lodge

and was a member of Topeka Jazz

Latas, bs ’52, who survives, she

and films and was a member

and served as an adviser for the

Workshop and the Washburn

was a member of Washburn

and leader in Soka Gakkai

Topeka DeMolay chapter.

Alumni Association. As a student,

University Foundation’s


Kenneth Keller, bba ’62, 93,

he was a member of Student

Lincoln Society.

Jerry Baker, bba ’68, 79, Topeka,

Topeka, on Sept. 10. A World

Council and Association of

Ermyl (Martin) Lytle, b ed

on Oct. 19. He served in the

War II Army veteran, he was

Business Students.

’58, 97, Shelton, Wash., on Jan.

Kansas National Guard, was

director of the Kansas Treatment

John Berklacy, bs ’59, 78, Tulsa,

13, 2010. She was an elementary

plant and property manager at

Center for Children and retired

Okla., on June 18. A Navy

school teacher and a member of the

Ed Marlings, a sporting goods

as assistant director of Mental

veteran of the Korean War, he

Presbyterian Church.

manager at Hypermart, owned

Health and Mental Retardation

was an electronics engineer and

John Montes, ba ’51, 89,

and operated Westside Bait and


worked for Western Electric,

Maywood, Ill., on Nov. 8. He was

Tackle and was a member of the

Kenneth Klein, bba ’65, 71, Lake

Collins Radio and American

an Air Force veteran.

Washburn Alumni Association.

St. Louis, Mo., on Nov. 4. A Navy

Airlines. At Washburn, he served

James Wells, ba ’54 and jd

Woodrow Boggs, bba ’66,

veteran, he was executive director

as vice president of Alpha Delta

’63, 78, Topeka, on Sept. 19.

69, St. Peters, Mo., on Oct.

of the Kansas Bar Association


An Air Force veteran, he served

7. At Washburn, he served as

for 13 years, retired as executive

Kenneth Bronson, ba ’59, 77,

1979-94 as the Topeka Municipal

president of Independent Student

director of the Bar Association

Topeka, on Oct. 25. A Navy

Court judge and 1996-2008 as

Association and was a member of

of Metropolitan St. Louis after

veteran, he served as editor of the

District Court Judge Pro Tem for

the choir and Washburn Singers.

nearly 25 years of service and

Independence (Mo.) Examiner

Shawnee County, Kan. He also

Virginia (Thompson) Griswold,

was a member of the Washburn

and editor and publisher of the

served as president of the Kansas

m ed ’63, 96, Topeka, on Aug.

Alumni Association. As a student,

Pittsburg (Kan.) Headlight

Municipal Judges Association and

28. She taught in Topeka at

he was editor and sports editor

and Pittsburg Sun. He started

was a member of the Supreme

Grant and Crestview elementary

of the Review, Washburn sports

Stauffer Media Systems, served as

Court of Judges Judicial Testing.

schools, farmed near Marysville,

information director, a cheerleader

senior vice president of Stauffer

At Washburn, he was a member

Kan., and was a lifelong member

and a member of Student Union

Communications and retired as

of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity

of Marysville Christian Church.

Activities and College Young

chief operating officer for Nixon

and Delta Theta Phi legal

Richard Grose, bba ’62, 72,


Newspapers. He also served


Springfield, Mo., on Sept. 4.

Sandra (Zeller) Quick, b ed ’63,

as president of Inland Press

Lavern Whaley, bba ’51, 80,

He retired from the Missouri

68, Gilbert, Ariz., on Sept. 1. She

Association and was a trustee

Topeka, on Oct. 3. He was an

Housing Development

lived 31 years in Newton, Iowa,

of the William Allen White

Air Force Korean War veteran,

Commission after 16 years of

where she taught elementary

Foundation. He was inducted

retired after 31 years of service as

service as executive director

school in three school districts.

into the Kansas Newspaper Hall

an accountant at Goodyear Tire

and 12 years as deputy director

At Washburn, she was inducted

of Fame in 2003 and honored as a

and Rubber Co., and was a charter

of operations.

into Who’s Who Among Students

2004 Washburn Fellow. His wife,

commander of American Legion

Larry Hughes, bba ’66 and jd

in American Universities and

Edith (MacArthur) Bronson, ba

Post 400. At Washburn, he was a

’69, 66, Topeka, on Sept. 1. His

Colleges, served on the Kaw staff

’59, survives.

member of the band, ROTC and

many business ventures included

and was a member of Student

Marjorie (Harshbarger) Latas,

Association of Business Students.

a rock crushing operation and

National Education Association

ba ’52, 80, Wichita, Kan., on Oct.

a Coors distributorship. At

and Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. Her

18. She served 28 years as organist

Washburn, he served as treasurer

husband, Bill Quick, b ed ’62,

of Pilgrim Congregational

of Washburn Student Bar



Church and was a member of the

Francis Beal, bba ’59, 83,

As a student, she served as

Gladstone, Mo., on Oct. 21.

Washburn Alumni Association.

Delta legal fraternity.

Association and was a member of In Memory 38


Tipler Award for Distinguished

Dallas Beach, bba ’71, 62,

William “Mike” Kennedy, ba

Winifred (Stiles) Crapson,

25 years of service.

Topeka, on Aug. 5. He retired

’70, 62, Wichita, Kan., on July

aa ’81, 85, Topeka, on Aug. 11.

Kenneth Seck, bba ’66 and jd

from the information technology

28. He retired from Cessna as

She worked 46 years for the

’69, 65, Kansas City, Mo., on

department of Burlington

a cost accountant, was a Boy

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe

March 14, 2010. At Washburn,

Northern Santa Fe Railroad.

Scouts trainer and a lifetime

Railroad, retiring as the senior legal

he was a member of Washburn

Steven Carter, ba ’75, 61,

member of the Washburn Alumni

assistant, held numerous national

Student Bar Association,

Bethesda, Md., on Sept. 20. He

Association. At Washburn, he was

and regional leadership positions

Advocates Club and Phi Alpha

was a Navy Reserve Vietnam War

a member of Collegiate Young

in the Episcopal Church, was

Delta legal fraternity.

veteran and received the Bronze

Democrats and Carruth athletic

vice chairwoman of the Topeka-

Patricia (Farnam) Sherwood,

Star medal. His career included


Shawnee County Metropolitan

ba ’66, 68, Arkansas City, Kan.,

serving as executive director of the

Richard Porter, bs ’70, 66, West

Planning Commission and

on Aug. 17. She served as director

Minnesota Medical Society, vice

Plains, Mo., on April 7. A licensed

president of the Community

of the National Cattlewomen’s

president of the American Academy

social worker, he was director

Resource Council.

Association. Named the 1989

of Ophthalmology and chief

of the admissions office at the

Stephanie (Dow) Culver, b ed

Canon City (Colo.) Woman of

executive officer for the American

Menninger Foundation in Topeka

’84, 63, Perry, Kan., on Aug.

the Year, she served on a variety

Society of Nuclear Cardiology.

and an associate member of the

20. She taught elementary and

of boards, including Meals

As a student, he was a member

Alumni Association of the Karl

middle school, coached track

on Wheels, St. Thomas More

of Washburn Players, Shawnee

Menninger School of Psychiatry

and sponsored yearbook and

Hospital, Main Street USA,

County Republican Committee

and Mental Health Sciences.

cheerleading in Perry-Lecompton

Switchboard and Community

and Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.

Jane (Osterhoudt) Roy, jd ’70,

School District, retiring after

Music Blossom Festival Board.

His wife, Catherine (Crice) Carter,

86, Topeka, on Oct. 18. She was

25 years of service. As a student,

George Shimer, bs ’63, 74, Cedar

ba ’79, survives.

the first woman on the Kansas

she was a member of Washburn

Park, Texas, on Dec. 1, 2009. He

Carolee (Shoebrook) Forrester,

Corporation Commission

Education Association. Her

was a chemist and had worked as

b ed ’73, 78, Topeka, on Aug.

and served as a trustee of the

husband, Bill Culver,

a research associate at E.I. du Pont

14. She retired as an elementary

Shawnee County District

m ed ’85, survives.

de Nemours and Co.

school reading teacher at Topeka

Court, a Democratic National

Richard George, ba ’86, 51,

J. Michael Smith, jd ’62, 74,

USD 501 after 21 years of service,

Committeewoman for Kansas

Wichita, Kan., on Sept. 12. He

Arkansas City, Kan., on Sept. 6.

was a member and past president

and as 2nd District chairwoman

served in the Navy.

He served as chief judge of the

of Alpha Delta Kappa sorority and

of the Kansas Democratic Party.

Willis Musick, jd ’80, 56, Hays,

19th Judicial District, Cowley

corresponding secretary of PEO.

Her husband, Bill Roy, jd ’70 and

Kan., on Aug. 23. He practiced

County, Kan., and supported the

Nancy (Stucker) Jennings-

honorary doctorate ’08, survives.

law in western Kansas for 30

Salvation Army.

Pressley, m ed ’74, 78, Topeka,

Bernadine Vandenbos, bs ’77,

years, including six years as Ellis

Paul Thomas, ba ’65 and jd ’68,

on Oct. 10. She was a teacher at

80, Topeka, on Oct. 8. She served

County attorney.

66, Marion, Kan., on Aug. 27.

Whitson Elementary School, a

as adult probation officer with the

An Army Green Beret, he was a

Chapter 1 reading specialist in

Shawnee County Department

District Court judge 1976-81 and

the Kansas cities of Silver Lake

of Corrections and was the first

served as a member of numerous

and Delia and was a member

woman recipient of the Kansas

mba ’00, 57, Topeka, on July

committees of the Wichita, Kansas

of the American Association of

Department of Corrections special

5. She retired as assistant vice

and American bar associations.

University Women.

grant as an ombudsman at the

president of student loans at

At Washburn, he was named to

Frank Johnson, jd ’70, 71,

maximum security prison in

CoreFirst Bank and Trust, where

Sagamore and Who’s Who Among

Racine, Wis., on Sept. 27. He

Lansing, Kan.

she served for 20 years.

Students in American Universities

served in the Air Force Reserves,

Donald Madison, as ’93 and

and Colleges, was a member of Pi

was the attorney and director

bhs ’08, 64, Hoyt, Kan., on

Kappa Delta forensic honor society,

of employment relations for the

Sept. 22. A Navy Vietnam War

the debate team and vice president

Racine Unified School District

veteran, he worked for Goodyear

of the senior class.

and received the 2006 George

Tire and Rubber Co., was a

Charles Rittenour, ba ’63, 79, East Hampton, N.Y., on Aug. 10. He retired from Chase Bank after

39 In Memory

Service in School Law.



Rita Jones, aas ’91, bas ’97 and

physical therapist assistant, a

Silver Star. He had a frame shop and

Betty (Wright) Leech, attendee

national traveler for Healthcare

gallery, designed sets for the Topeka

’43, 89, Oskaloosa, Kan., on Oct.

Everywhere and a founding

Civic Theatre and was a longtime

4. A graduate of Juilliard School

member of Vietnam Veterans

member of Friends of the Mulvane

of Music in New York City, she

Against the War.

Art Museum.

taught voice, mentored voice

Chris Williams, aa ’93, 40,

Dorothy (Cresap) Bishop, 78,

students and sang at the Oskaloosa

Leavenworth, Kan., on Aug. 24.

DeKalb, Ill., on Nov. 8. She was an

First Presbyterian Church. Her

He worked in behavioral health

instructor of English and speech

great-grandfather was Col. John

and surgery in Topeka’s Eastern

and director of debate at Washburn

Ritchie, who donated the land for

Kansas Health Care System

1956-60 and served 40 years in the

the Washburn campus.

and the Leavenworth Veterans

speech department at Northern

Richard May, attendee ’34, 97,

Administration Medical Center

Illinois University, retiring in 2003.

Topeka, on Oct. 25. He served

and was a deacon at First

Beryle Elliott, 92, Topeka, on Nov.

more than 35 years with the Topeka

Christian Church.

7. She was a placement officer at the

Asphalt Co. and May, Ransom and


Department of the Army Veterans

Sheetz Contractors Inc., and was a

Administration Medical Center in

lifetime member of the Washburn

E’Anne “Pinky” (Parks)

Topeka, a member of Washburn’s

Alumni Association.

Frye, ba ’02, 60, Topeka, on

International House and a charter

Patricia Thompson, 78, Boulder,

Oct. 24. She served in the Iowa

board member of the Melody

Colo., on Oct. 27. She taught

Army National Guard, was a

Brown Fun Factory.

English at Washburn 1964-69, was

homemaker and home schooled

Loyd Jenkins, 88, Topeka, on

community program developer in

her two sons.

Oct. 3. He owned and operated

Washburn’s Division of Continuing

Jenkins & Donne Construction

Education 1981-82 and taught

Co. and was a representative for

American and British literature

the Kaw Valley District Council of

at the University of Colorado at

Paul Beauchamp, 90, Topeka,

Carpenters. Memorials may

Boulder for more than 20 years.

on Aug. 21. He was a World War

be made to the Washburn

II Navy aviator and received the

University Foundation.


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Ellen Carson, 54, Girard, Kan., on Jan. 16 Ellen Carson joined the nursing faculty in 2003 as associate dean and served in that position until 2007. As associate dean, she was very involved in many of the key initiatives that the School of Nursing undertook which includes the inception of the MSN program. Carson was a full-time professor in the School of Nursing and is recognized for her role in the awarding of the Transatlantic Dual Degree grant from the U.S. Department of Education. She was a key figure in the political landscape of professional nursing in the state, having served as president of the Kansas State Nurses Association from 2005 to 2007. Carson received a bachelor of science in nursing degree from Pittsburg State University, a master’s degree from the University of Kansas, a doctorate from the University of Arkansas and was a member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society. She is survived by her husband and two children. A memorial service will be at 3 p.m. April 29 in Washburn Room A, Memorial Union. A tree will be planted on campus in her memory and donations for this memorial may be sent to the School of Nursing. In Memory 40

Early History of the

Washburn Alumni Association by Martha Imparato On June 6, 1885, a group of eight recent graduates (five women and three men) met at the home of Mary and Helen “Nellie” Sherrill to form the Washburn College Alumni Association. George Perry, who was selected as the temporary president, recognized the constitution committee and the group adopted what that committee presented. They elected officers, but postponed the election of the executive committee four days, when many alumni would be on campus for commencement activities. At the June 10 meeting in the Rice Hall chapel, the Rev. John Morgan, financial agent, spoke about the influence of alumni on the success of the college. The next order of business was passage of a resolution that each member “endeavor to contribute a certain sum each year for the benefit of Washburn College.” At future meetings, Association members would vote on how they wanted the fund to be used. The secretary was charged to keep a record of the address of each member. Thus began a long tradition of holding the annual meeting in June during commencement week. At the next annual meeting, held at President Peter McVicar’s residence, members of the WCAA welcomed the four members of the class of 1886. They elected officers for the year and then voted that their annual funds be used to defray the expenses of some students, to be chosen by President McVicar and the Association president. In other business, they established that members not planning to attend could receive minutes and vote for president by mail. The thick, handwritten book of minutes housed in Washburn’s archives is fascinating to read, although some of the handwriting is difficult to decipher. The first 41 Washburn Alumni Association

constitution, amendments and bylaws are recorded in this book, as well as a list of the graduates for each year through 1913, with their address changes. Other Alumni Association records held by the archives include a commencement attendance record, subsequent constitutions, publications, numerous clippings and photographs. A small treasurer’s book for the College Alumnae Club is one interesting item. Listing members and expenses for 1912-16, this women’s group seems to be separate from the WCAA and was perhaps a social organization in the Topeka area. The WCAA published its first alumni directory in the Helianthus yearbook ’96, and subsequent directories were published periodically as an issue of the Washburn College Bulletin, published by the College. The last Bulletin directory was published in the 1929, and the next directory was not published by the Alumni Association until 1965. This hampers research of the many alumni who graduated between those years. During that 35-year time span, addresses of alumni likely changed several times, and the Association surely lost track of more than a few graduates. Although the financial constraints of the 1930s and the near closure of Washburn may have hampered the growth of the WCAA, Washburn reached out especially to the Kansas alumni during its 75th anniversary celebrations in 1940. President Philip King and other officials made trips to alumni groups around the state to include them in the celebration and also to give presentations about the continuing financial campaign. After the city of Topeka breathed new life into the College and it became Washburn University, interest in reorganizing the alumni grew. In 1948, a new constitution was adopted, and Cecil Peterson, ba ’34, was unanimously

elected president, succeeding Ward Martin, jd ’33. The new constitution officially changed the Association’s name to Washburn Alumni Association and altered some of its functions. An alumni fund was created, and plans were made to present awards to distinguished graduates during commencement week. The first Distinguished Service Awards were given to four alumni in 1949. Also in 1949, the board of directors officially adopted an alumni seal. As reported in the April 1949 Washburn University Bulletin, the seal “shows Mr. Ichabod spanning two hemispheres, to indicate that we have alumni around the world. The date, 1885, was when the first official Alumni Association was created.”

Early members of the Association were recent graduates of

Clarence D. Greeley, ba 1883

Washburn. The first slate of officers and alumni who attended the first meeting were: Heman Bull, bs 1884, Missouri, treasurer Clarence Greeley, ba 1883, New York Cora Kirby, bs 1882, Burlingame, Kan., constitution co-author Stella Kirby, bs 1884, Burlingame, Kan., secretary Arthur McCabe, ba 1885, Topeka, executive committee Mattie McCullough, bl 1883, Eureka, Kan. Redick Moore, bs 1884, Auburn, Kan., constitution co-author Grace Parker, bl 1884, Manhattan, Kan., executive committee

Cora Kirby, bs 1882

and constitution co-author George Perry, ba 1883, Manhattan, Kan., president Helen “Nellie” Sherrill, bl 1883, Topeka, executive committee Mary Sherrill, bl 1882, Topeka, vice president (In the 1880s, Washburn offered bachelor of letters degrees, in addition to bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degrees.)

Mary Sherrill, bl 1882 Washburn Alumni Association 42


BRINGING ALUMNI TOGETHER From the Washburn Alumni Association director

Susie Hoffmann

43 Washburn Alumni Association

The mission of the Washburn Alumni Association has remained constant for 125 years. Organized in 1885, the Association is charged with the task of advancing the mutual interests of the alumni and the university. To achieve this goal, the two top priorities of the Association are: • To maintain contact with alumni after graduation and keep them informed about Washburn and their fellow classmates. • Organizing events to promote fellowship among alumni and which strengthen relationships between alumni and the Washburn community. As we look back on 2010, we are proud to report continued regular contact with alumni. Our office mailed nearly 200,000 pieces of mail to alumni and friends throughout the year. The Ichabod magazine, sent three times a year to all alumni, is our most significant form of communication. E-mail, the Internet and social networking allow alumni and friends easy ways to stay in touch with each other and the Alumni Association through Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Your Alumni Association hosted more than 50 events in 2010 to keep nearly 39,000 Ichabod alumni connected with one another and with Washburn. Events included reunions, monthly mixers, tailgate parties, luncheons, receptions, recognition of outstanding alumni, a 5K scholarship fun run and group travel around the world. We are delighted that enthusiastic alumni in Kansas City, Mo., Wichita, Kan., Denver, Colo., and Washington, D.C., organized Ichabod Clubs to unite alumni in their geographic regions. And we are deeply grateful to the members of our board of directors for their interest, concern and dedicated service. Alumni support is important and vital to the continued success of the Alumni Association and the university. Dues-paid memberships make it possible for us to fulfill our mission and goals, sustain existing programs and implement new ideas. Thank you to the Washburn alumni and friends who support the Alumni Association by being dues-paid members. The list of members on the following pages is intended to recognize them for their support. If your name isn’t on the list, and you would like to support the Alumni Association, join today online at alumni, or fill out the membership envelope included in this magazine.

dues-paid members of the alumni association as of feb. 7, 2011

David Aadalen, Topeka, Kan. Charlotte Adair, Topeka, Kan. Blue Adame, Topeka, Kan. Carolyn Adams, Topeka, Kan. Donna Adams, Lawrence, Kan. Jack Adams, Gladstone, Mo. John Adams, Topeka, Kan. Keith Adams, Topeka, Kan. Keith Adams, Bedford, Texas Gary Adkins, Wakarusa, Kan. Mary Adkins, Wakarusa, Kan. Ann Adrian, Newton, Kan. Tom Adrian, Newton, Kan. Nancy Aguirre-Feinglass, Scottsdale, Ariz. Carolyn Ahrens, Topeka, Kan. Martin Ahrens, Topeka, Kan. Ed Alberg, Topeka, Kan. Hank Alberg, Shawnee Mission, Kan. Joyce Alberg, Topeka, Kan. Larry Albright, Topeka, Kan. Bob Alderson, Topeka, Kan. Helen Aldridge, Azusa, Calif. Don Alexander, Kansas City, Kan. Edwin Aley, Topeka, Kan. Ella Aley, Wichita, Kan. Rizki Aljupri, Topeka, Kan. Adrian Allen, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Allen, Garden City, Kan. Chuck Allen, Garden City, Kan. David Allen, Circleville, Kan. Evelyn Allen, Circleville, Kan. Kirsten Allen, Andover, Kan. Laura Allen, Topeka, Kan. Lou Allen, Topeka, Kan. Michael Allen, Topeka, Kan. Norma Allen, Topeka, Kan. Ann Allison, Osage City, Kan. Dick Allison, Osage City, Kan. Michelle Alvarez, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Anderson, Topeka, Kan. Buck Anderson, Topeka, Kan. Dale Anderson, Topeka, Kan. Ev Anderson, Topeka, Kan. Jerry Anderson, Topeka, Kan. Jim Anderson, Diamond, Mo. Juanita Anderson, Topeka, Kan. Laura Anderson, Meriden, Kan. Linda Anderson, Topeka, Kan. Maurice Anderson, Cherry Hill, N.J. Nancy Anderson, Grand Rapids, Mich. Richard Anderson, Meriden, Kan. T.C. Anderson, Topeka, Kan. Tracey Anderson, Kansas City, Mo. Trella Anderson, Topeka, Kan. Dena Anson, Topeka, Kan. Steve Anson, Topeka, Kan. Bette Anton, Topeka, Kan. Larry Apel, Cary, N.C. Chuck Apt, Iola, Kan. Mary Apt, Iola, Kan. Griff Argo, Topeka, Kan. Bob Armstrong, Colorado Springs, Colo. Chris Armstrong, Lawrence, Kan. Dorothy Armstrong, Lawrence, Kan. Jan Armstrong, Colorado Springs, Colo. Christina Arnold, Lawrence, Kan. Ann Marie Arp, Topeka, Kan. Katharine Arroyo, Mayetta, Kan. Ernestine Artese, Kansas City, Mo. Narra Asher-Phillips, Walnut Creek, Calif. George Ashworth, Wrightwood, Calif. Jeanne Atha, Topeka, Kan. Steve Atha, Topeka, Kan. Pat Augustine, Denver, Colo. Nicholas Avey, Lawrence, Kan. Barbara Axton, Venice, Fla. Charlie Axton, Venice, Fla. Carol Ayers, Westfield, Ind. Terry Babb, Palm Harbor, Fla. Bob Bachtell, Rio Rancho, N.M. Janice Bacon, Kansas City, Mo. Walt Badke, Mansfield, Texas LeAnne Baehni-Schultz, Topeka, Kan. Larry Baer, Topeka, Kan. Vicki Baer, Topeka, Kan. Lowell Bahner, Edgewater, Md. Ron Bahre, Topeka, Kan. Lynn Bailey, Topeka, Kan. Shelly Bailey, Topeka, Kan. Greg Bair, Kansas City, Mo. John Baird, Stillwater, Okla. Gary Baker, Topeka, Kan. Jim Baker, Baton Rouge, La. Melinda Baker, Linwood, Kan. Rhys Baker, Clay Center, Kan. Sean Baker, Clay Center, Kan.

Sandy Baker-Adams, Topeka, Kan. Lana Baker-White, Hastings, Iowa Barbara Baldwin, Sherman Oaks, Calif. Jennifer Baldwin, Baldwin City, Kan. Jean Balint, Aurora, Colo. Candice Ballard, Overland Park, Kan. Carol Ballentine, Topeka, Kan. Jerry Banaka, Manhattan, Kan. Mary Bannwarth, Independence, Kan. George Barbee, Topeka, Kan. Jean Barbee, Topeka, Kan. Jess Barber, Topeka, Kan. Betty Barker, Wakarusa, Kan. Bill Barker, Topeka, Kan. Dee Barker, Topeka, Kan. Joan Barker, Topeka, Kan. Rick Barker, Wakarusa, Kan. Barb Barnard, Topeka, Kan. Georganne Barnes, Colorado Springs, Colo. Hayley Barnes, Ozawkie, Kan. Jayme Barnes, Ozawkie, Kan. Jerry Barnes, Colorado Springs, Colo. Ann Barnett, Stilwell, Kan. Bob Barnett, Topeka, Kan. Deidre Barnett, Topeka, Kan. Jim Barnett, Overland Park, Kan. John Barnett, Hull, Ga. Kim Barnett, Topeka, Kan. Pam Barnett, Hull, Ga. Faron Barr, Topeka, Kan. Grace Barr, Topeka, Kan. Bruce Barrett, Kansas City, Mo. Jenni Barricklow, Topeka, Kan. Carol Barry, Leawood, Kan. Daniel Barry, Leawood, Kan. Dick Barta, Topeka, Kan. Marcia Barta, Topeka, Kan. Leslee Bartell, Topeka, Kan. Wendell Bartels, Topeka, Kan. Karan Bartlett, Carson City, Nev. Lynn Bartlett, Tulsa, Okla. Mike Bartlett, Carson City, Nev. Martha Bartlett Piland, Auburn, Kan. Michael Bascom, Topeka, Kan. Aleah Bass, Topeka, Kan. Jan Bass, Palm Bch Gdns, Fla. Judy Bates, Scottsdale, Ariz. Larrie Bates, Scottsdale, Ariz. Mark Bauer, Burdett, Kan. Marley Baum, Topeka, Kan. Steve Baum, Topeka, Kan. John Bausch, Holton, Kan. Gary Bayens, Topeka, Kan. Joan Bayens, Topeka, Kan. Robert Beal, Topeka, Kan. Betty Beal-Heitzmann, Burnsville, Minn. Charles Beall, Topeka, Kan. Vi Beall, Topeka, Kan. Charlotte Beck, Ojo Caliente, N.M. Brian Becker, La Canada Flintridge, Calif. Kent Becker, New York, N.Y. Merrill Befort, Topeka, Kan. Bernice Bell, Parker, Colo. Kathleen Bell, Texarkana, Ark. Katy Bell, Ridgecrest, Calif. Matt Benaka, Topeka, Kan. Donna Bender, Halstead, Kan. Jack Bender, Halstead, Kan. Bill Benedict, Edmond, Okla. Liz Benedict, Edmond, Okla. Sally Benfer, Topeka, Kan. Martha Benignus, Topeka, Kan. Chuck Bennett, Springfield, Va. Jerry Benning, Topeka, Kan. Richard Bennon, Taylors, S.C. Carol Benoit, Topeka, Kan. Harold Benoit, Topeka, Kan. Carlene Benson, Shawnee, Kan. Lee Benson, Wakarusa, Kan. Josh Benteman, Topeka, Kan. Michael Benton, Weatherford, Texas Joe Berberick, Boise, Idaho Jeanne Berg, Topeka, Kan. Billie Jean Bergmann, Topeka, Kan. Fredrick Bergmann, Peoria, Ariz. Paul Berkley, Sun Lakes, Ariz. Cheri Bernard, Topeka, Kan. Jim Bernard, Topeka, Kan. Larry Bernhardt, Overland Park, Kan. Timothy Berry, Andover, Kan. Jeanne Bertelson, Topeka, Kan. Ken Bertelson, Topeka, Kan. Michelle Bethel, Topeka, Kan. Tim Bethel, Topeka, Kan. Liz Beutler, Topeka, Kan.

Candace Bevan, Wichita, Kan. Bernie Bianchino, Overland Park, Kan. Marilyn Bianchino, Overland Park, Kan. Ashley Bickford, Topeka, Kan. Paul Bicknell, Topeka, Kan. Lou Biegeleisen, Fairfield, Iowa Stephanie Bieker, Overland Park, Kan. Greg Bien, Lawrence, Kan. Marlene Bien, Lawrence, Kan. Lori Biesenthal, Wheaton, Kan. Ryan Biladeau, Nashua, N.H. Collin Billau, Topeka, Kan. Emme Billau, Topeka, Kan. Alicia Billinger, Great Bend, Kan. Janice Bingham, Topeka, Kan. Jerry Bingham, Topeka, Kan. Brooke Bird, Rossville, Kan. Sean Bird, Rossville, Kan. Heather Birkbeck, Topeka, Kan. Pat Birkbeck, Topeka, Kan. Glenn Birzer, Hutchinson, Kan. Dee Bisel, Lawrence, Kan. Angela Bittner, Topeka, Kan. Kevin Bittner, Topeka, Kan. Dorothy Bizet, Tallahassee, Fla. Fern Black, Centennial, Colo. Ann Blackbird, Lawrence, Kan. Russell Blackbird, Lawrence, Kan. Bobby Blackburn, Topeka, Kan. Carol Blackburn, Topeka, Kan. Jim Blackburn, Topeka, Kan. Linda Blackburn, Hutchinson, Kan. Brenda Blackman, Topeka, Kan. Loraine Blackwood, Wichita Falls, Texas Cameron Blain, Olathe, Kan. Ben Blair, Topeka, Kan. Merle Blair, Topeka, Kan. Tricia Blankenship, Wichita, Kan. Bill Blass, Lexington, Mo. Sheri Blass, Lexington, Mo. Alison Blevins, Prairie Village, Kan. Don Bliss, Topeka, Kan. Gary Bliss, Topeka, Kan. Jennifer Bliss, Topeka, Kan. Paula Bliss, Topeka, Kan. Teresa Bliss, Topeka, Kan. Tom Bliss, Overland Park, Kan. Otis Blocher, Ellsinore, Mo. J. D. Bloomar, Topeka, Kan. April Bloxsom-Gomez, Topeka, Kan. Cathy Bluthardt, Burlingame, Kan. Doug Bluthardt, Burlingame, Kan. Pat Bluthardt, Lantana, Texas Paul Boatwright, Topeka, Kan. Shirley Boatwright, Topeka, Kan. Don Bobo, Scottsdale, Ariz. Kayla Boeckman, Topeka, Kan. Marilyn Boeding, Seneca, Kan. Heather Bohaty, Derby, Kan. Dennis Bohm, Washington, D.C. Brandi Boler, Round Rock, Texas Ann Boncella, Lawrence, Kan. Jami Bond, Gardner, Kan. Josh Bond, Gardner, Kan. Larry Bond, Hoyt, Kan. Laura Bond, Hoyt, Kan. Bob Boner, Albuquerque, N.M. Amy Bones, Gardner, Kan. Gwynne Bonifield, Wichita, Kan. Linda Bonnel, Albuquerque, N.M. Tom Bonnel, Albuquerque, N.M. A. L. Bontrager, Leawood, Kan. Debbie Bontrager, Leawood, Kan. Caleb Boone, Hays, Kan. Bruce Borders, Independence, Kan. Jesse Borjon, Topeka, Kan. Stacie Borjon, Topeka, Kan. Patti Bossert, Topeka, Kan. Tami Boten, Topeka, Kan. Frances Boudreau, Topeka, Kan. Louis Bourdeau, Topeka, Kan. Bob Bourdette, Winfield, Kan. Jon Boursaw, Topeka, Kan. Lyman Boursaw, Topeka, Kan. Rachel Bouton, Topeka, Kan. Jan Bowen, Frostproof, Fla. Mary Jane Bowen, Lawrence, Kan. Rod Bowen, Lawrence, Kan. Vince Bowhay, Hoyt, Kan. Mary Bowie, Topeka, Kan. Bob Boyd, Topeka, Kan. Phyllis Boyer, Omaha, Neb. David Boyles, Tecumseh, Kan. Toni Boyles, Tecumseh, Kan. Jim Braden, Cotter, Ark. Margie Braden, Cotter, Ark.

Kay Bradford, Topeka, Kan. William Bradford, Topeka, Kan. Jeanette Branam, Topeka, Kan. Mike Branam, Topeka, Kan. Liz Brandt, Lawrence, Kan. Lillian Brauner, Green Valley, Ariz. Curtis Breeding, Bloomington, Minn. Chuck Brehm, Topeka, Kan. Jane Brehm, Topeka, Kan. David Breiner, Ashburn, Va. Jessica Bremer, Topeka, Kan. Greg Brenneman, Spring, Texas Ronda Brenneman, Spring, Texas Ellen Brentine, Topeka, Kan. Carolyn Brentlinger, Topeka, Kan. Don Brentlinger, Topeka, Kan. Jack Brier, Topeka, Kan. Joanne Brier, Topeka, Kan. Bonnie Brigham, Shelby Township, Mich. Anna Brinkman, Olathe, Kan. Paul Brittain, Hillsboro, Mo. Bob Britting, Saint Cloud, Fla. Erin Broadbent, Topeka, Kan. Kyle Brock, Waukee, Iowa Nancy Brock, Topeka, Kan. Vonda Brock, Waukee, Iowa Bud Bromich, Topeka, Kan. Judy Bromich, Topeka, Kan. Edith Bronson, Topeka, Kan. Phil Bronson, Indian Harbour Beach, Fla. Julie Brooks, Walnut, Calif. Matt Brooks, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Brooks, Topeka, Kan. Eileen Brouddus, Topeka, Kan. Moira Brouddus, Topeka, Kan. Andy Brown, Lawrence, Kan. Brenda Brown, Carbondale, Kan. Harley Brown, Northglenn, Colo. Jackie Brown, Topeka, Kan. James Brown, Winfield, Kan. Jim Brown, Topeka, Kan. Randy Brown, Wichita, Kan. Sandy Brown, Topeka, Kan. Sue Brown, Olathe, Kan. Thomas Brown, Valley Falls, Kan. Katy Browne, Topeka, Kan. Cassie Brownell, Holton, Kan. Dave Broxterman, Las Vegas, Nev. Leighton Broxterman, Topeka, Kan. Peg Broxterman, Topeka, Kan. Peggy Broxterman, Las Vegas, Nev. Kara Bruning, Sabetha, Kan. Pam Bruns-Works, Topeka, Kan. Reta Brunton, Topeka, Kan. Kristin Brust, Topeka, Kan. Allen Bryan, Louisville, Ky. Grover Bryan, Liberal, Kan. Jared Bryant, Topeka, Kan. Bill Buche, San Angelo, Texas Randine Buche, San Angelo, Texas Paula Buchele, Seminole, Fla. Doris Buckner, Topeka, Kan. Jan Bueker, Topeka, Kan. Emmett Bufford, Topeka, Kan. Ruth Bufford, Topeka, Kan. Woody Bulkley, Topeka, Kan. Jim Bunds, Columbus, Ohio Bill Bunten, Topeka, Kan. Betty Buonasera, Kingwood, Texas Mike Burbach, Overland Park, Kan. Gail Burbank, Lisbon Falls, Maine Donna Burgard, Riverside, Calif. George E. Burket, Kingman, Kan. Dave Burlew, Lees Summit, Mo. Diana Burns, Topeka, Kan. Jim Burns, Overland Park, Kan. John Burns, Topeka, Kan. Rhonda Burns, Mayetta, Kan. Steven Burrell, Topeka, Kan. Marvin Burris, Topeka, Kan. Susan Burris, Topeka, Kan. Noah Burton, Fort Worth, Texas Virjean Burton, Kansas City, Mo. Lila Bush, Rochester, N.Y. Barb Bushacher, Denver, Colo. Alyssa Buxman, Topeka, Kan. Amy Bybee, Chicago, Ill. Tiffany Byrd, Leawood, Kan. Elwin Cabbage, Hutchinson, Kan. Margaret Cabbage, Hutchinson, Kan. Suzanne Cadoret, Hays, Kan. William Cadoret, Hays, Kan. Glenda Cafer, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Cailteux-Zevallos, Chesapeake, Va. Brandon Cain, Gardner, Kan.

Sarah Cain, Gardner, Kan. Loretta Caleb, Topeka, Kan. Brian Calhoon, Topeka, Kan. Stacey Calhoon, Topeka, Kan. Rod Calhoun, Hutchinson, Kan. Lori Callahan, Manly, New South Wales Greg Camblin, Poquoson, Va. Bev Campbell, Louisville, Colo. John Campbell, Topeka, Kan. Teri Campbell, Tempe, Ariz. Eileen Canfield, Topeka, Kan. Jordan Canfield, Topeka, Kan. Linda Canfield, Carmichael, Calif. John Carey, Wakarusa, Kan. Margaret Carkhuff, Topeka, Kan. Tim Carkhuff, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Carlson, Greenwood Village, Colo. Barbara Carlson, Topeka, Kan. Duane Carlson, Valley Center, Kan. Harold Carlson, New Port Richey, Fla. Kathryn Carlson, New Port Richey, Fla. Larry Carlson, Topeka, Kan. Jacqueline Carnes, Topeka, Kan. Sherry Carney, Stockton, Calif. Dave Carpenter, Topeka, Kan. Jane Carpenter, Topeka, Kan. Larry Carr, Topeka, Kan. Leslie Carr, Topeka, Kan. Marilyn Carr, Topeka, Kan. Nicolas Carr, Topeka, Kan. Shelly Carr, Topeka, Kan. Nikki Carrasco, Sahuarita, Ariz. Lana Carr-Metzger, Blue Springs, Mo. Nancy Carroll, Colorado Springs, Colo. Sam Carroll, Colorado Springs, Colo. Connie Carson, Topeka, Kan. Richard Carter, Topeka, Kan. Rita Carter, Topeka, Kan. Greg Cartwright, Paola, Kan. Don Carver, Vassar, Kan. Jeanne Cassel, Waverly, Neb. Cary Catchpole, Topeka, Kan. Annette Cavanaugh, Topeka, Kan. Steve Cavanaugh, Topeka, Kan. Claudia Cerrone, Topeka, Kan. Caryl Chacey, Derby, Kan. David Chacey, Lompoc, Calif. Dick Chaffin, Wichita, Kan. Wilma Chaffin, Wichita, Kan. Ginger Chang, Wakarusa, Kan. Betty Chapman, Litchfield Park, Ariz. Bud Chapman, Litchfield Park, Ariz. Kenneth Chapman, Chapin, S.C. Pat Chappell, Topeka, Kan. Eileen Charbo, Santa Fe, N.M. Ashley Charest, Topeka, Kan. Emily Charles, Hiawatha, Kan. Kevin Charlwood, Topeka, Kan. Zhen Chen, Topeka, Kan. Gertrude Cherry, San Anselmo, Calif. Peter Chesney, Boise, Idaho Claire Chesnut, Wichita, Kan. Robert Chesnut, Wichita, Kan. Tony Chiaverini, Leawood, Kan. Ann Chilcott, Huddleston, Va. Melodie Christal, Lawrence, Kan. Don Christensen, New York, N.Y. Bernard Christian, Overland Park, Kan. Craig Christie, Leawood, Kan. Janet Christie, Leawood, Kan. Diana Christman, Topeka, Kan. Don Christman, Topeka, Kan. Teresa Chui, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Clark, Meriden, Kan. Donna Clark, Topeka, Kan. Norma Clark, Topeka, Kan. Norman Clark, Meriden, Kan. Peggy Clark, Lyndon, Kan. Robin Clark, New Berlin, Wis. Wes Clark, Holton, Kan. Brandi Clarke, Wichita, Kan. Brian Clarke, Wichita, Kan. Gary Clarke, Topeka, Kan. James Clarke, Kansas City, Mo. Ron Clarkson, North Little Rock, Ark. Randy Clayton, Topeka, Kan. Ben Cleeves, Topeka, Kan. Dennis Clements, Topeka, Kan. Dale Clemmons, Tecumseh, Kan. Kate Clemmons, Tecumseh, Kan. Dave Clingan, San Antonio, Texas Virgi Clingan, San Antonio, Texas Robert Clinkenbeard, Pagosa Springs, Colo. Marsha Clovis, Fairfax, Okla. Ben Coates, Topeka, Kan.

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Ben Coates, Topeka, Kan. Walter Cobler, Sonoita, Ariz. Jen Cocking, Atchison, Kan. Trey Cocking, Atchison, Kan. Sharyl Coffey, Topeka, Kan. Marge Cofran, Topeka, Kan. Ros Cofran, Topeka, Kan. Shel Cohen, Topeka, Kan. Virginia Cohen, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Cole, Topeka, Kan. Scott Colebank, Shawnee Mission, Kan. David Coleman, Topeka, Kan. Jayne Coleman, Valley Falls, Kan. Leta Collie, Topeka, Kan. Tonya Collins, Holton, Kan. Rod Colvin, Omaha, Neb. Kenneth Combes, Waverly, Kan. Don Concannon, Hugoton, Kan. Jess Concannon, Kansas City, Kan. Lois Conklin, Topeka, Kan. Paige Conlin, Topeka, Kan. Brooke Connell, Lenexa, Kan. Kipp Connell, Lenexa, Kan. Kenneth Connor, Vienna, Va. Shanley Connor-Cox, Topeka, Kan. Casey Converse, USAF Academy, Colo. Dorothy Converse, Mobile, Ala. Sherry Converse, Colorado Springs, Colo. Bob Conway, Morgantown, Ind. Gary Cook, Denver, Colo. Mary Jane Cook, Topeka, Kan. Sara Cook, Topeka, Kan. Scott Cook, Topeka, Kan. Sheri Cook, Topeka, Kan. Shirley Cook, Topeka, Kan. Tom Cook, Topeka, Kan. Cindy Cooper, Topeka, Kan. Steve Cooper, Manhattan, Kan. Peggy Copeland, Houston, Texas Chuck Cordt, Lawrence, Kan. Jamie Corkhill, Topeka, Kan. Judy Cornelssen, San Diego, Calif. Louise Corrick, Topeka, Kan. Caprice Cortez, Topeka, Kan. Francie Cortez, Topeka, Kan. Louis Cortez, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Cottril, Topeka, Kan. Wayne Cottril, Topeka, Kan. Brenda Covert, Topeka, Kan. Tom Covert, Topeka, Kan. Bud Cowan, Overland Park, Kan. Eula Mae Cowell, Topeka, Kan. Forrest Cowell, Topeka, Kan. Cory Cowger, Topeka, Kan. Arden Cowherd, Topeka, Kan. Diana Cowing, Topeka, Kan. Meredith Cox, Topeka, Kan. Roy Cox, Topeka, Kan. Steve Cox, Topeka, Kan. Lolafaye Coyne, Topeka, Kan. Ike Crabaugh, Arlington, Texas Leslie Craig, Bradenton, Fla. Roy Craig, Saint Louis, Mo. Chris Crary, Centennial, Colo. Chuck Cravens, Tucson, Ariz. Alyssa Crawford, Lindsborg, Kan. Clem Crawford, Topeka, Kan. Rick Crawford, Topeka, Kan. Sylvia Crawford, Topeka, Kan. Victoria Crawford, Topeka, Kan. Coye Crenshaw-Kleve, Topeka, Kan. Charles Crevoiserat, Topeka, Kan. Joe Crimmins, Sun Lakes, Ariz. Sandy Crimmins, Sun Lakes, Ariz. Don Critchfield, Bradenton, Fla. Bob Crook, Wichita, Kan. Rob Crooker, Danville, Calif. Warren Crosby, Nichols Hills, Okla. Mike Crouch, Norwalk, Conn. Pamela Crume, Leavenworth, Kan. James Cuevas, Topeka, Kan. David Cullen, Topeka, Kan. Jean Culp, Cerritos, Calif. Doug Cummings, Highland Park, Ill. Robb Cummings, Topeka, Kan. Candy Cunningham, Lyndon, Kan. Caroline Cunningham, Topeka, Kan. Casey Cunningham, Topeka, Kan. T. J. Cunningham, Lyndon, Kan. Barb Currier, Dallas, Texas Bob Currier, Dallas, Texas Clay Curtin, Manhattan Beach, Calif. Rosemary Cutrer, Topeka, Kan. Larry Daeschner, Kansas City, Mo. Jeanine Dahlquist, Santa Rosa, Calif. Sarah Dahlstrom, Topeka, Kan. Carolyn Dale, Topeka, Kan. Galen Dale, Topeka, Kan.

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Kevin Dalton, Topeka, Kan. Marilyn Dalton, Topeka, Kan. Vernon Dalton, Corona, Calif. Joyce Damron, Mesa, Ariz. Bertha Dandridge, Topeka, Kan. Celia Daniels, Topeka, Kan. Jean Daniels, Topeka, Kan. Crystalee Danko, Olathe, Kan. Patrick Danko, Olathe, Kan. Randy Darling, Topeka, Kan. Terri Darling, Topeka, Kan. Paula Darr, Topeka, Kan. Jim Davidson, Prairie Village, Kan. Peggy Davidson, Prairie Village, Kan. Tom Davidson, New Orleans, La. Beth Davis, Kansas City, Mo. Bill Davis, Hot Springs Village, Ark. Bill Davis, Overland Park, Kan. Dave Davis, Kansas City, Kan. Eileen Davis, Topeka, Kan. Frank Davis, Topeka, Kan. Jenny Davis, Topeka, Kan. Linda Davis, Overland Park, Kan. Lynda Davis, Topeka, Kan. Matt Davis, Topeka, Kan. Michael Davis, Leawood, Kan. Rich Davis, Leawood, Kan. Roger Davis, Agoura Hills, Calif. Scott Davis, Cooper Landing, Alaska Francine Davis-Gimse, Silverthorne, Colo. Barbara Davison, Topeka, Kan. Sharon Davison, Topeka, Kan. Dean Davisson, Laguna Woods, Calif. Douglas Day, Grants Pass, Ore. John Dean, Saint Charles, Ill. Georgia Deatrick, Wichita, Kan. Dave Debenham, Topeka, Kan. Judith DeBusk, Topeka, Kan. Cara Decker, Richland, Wash. John Decker, Wichita, Kan. John Deeter, Topeka, Kan. Jason Degenhardt, Topeka, Kan. Janet Degginger, Topeka, Kan. Patricia DeLapa, Fayetteville, N.C. Lou Demers, Topeka, Kan. J.A. Demonchaux, Topeka, Kan. Dawn Dennis, Topeka, Kan. Rusty Dennis, Topeka, Kan. Joe Denson, Emporia, Kan. Carolyn Denton, Plano, Texas Larry Denzler, Tucson, Ariz. Paul Derda, Broomfield, Colo. Doris Derrington, Topeka, Kan. Bob DesRuisseaux, Topeka, Kan. Julie DesRuisseaux, Topeka, Kan. Brandy DeVader, Emmett, Kan. Marsha Dewey, Topeka, Kan. Dave Dexter, Topeka, Kan. Sandra Dexter, Topeka, Kan. Joanna Deyton, Roswell, Ga. Mary Dibble, Topeka, Kan. Alex Dicicco, Topeka, Kan. Hal Dick, Hutchinson, Kan. Kerry Dickerson, Topeka, Kan. Becky Dickinson, Wakarusa, Kan. Bunny Dickson, Topeka, Kan. Maxine Dickson, Olathe, Kan. Sally Dietrich, Topeka, Kan. Warren Dietrich, Topeka, Kan. Amanda Diggs, Wichita, Kan. Sandy Dimmitt-Carroll, Bristow, Okla. Matt Dinkel, Topeka, Kan. Sara Ditch, Topeka, Kan. Marti Dittman, Topeka, Kan. Michael Dixon, Topeka, Kan. Wanda Dixon, Topeka, Kan. Beverly Dockhorn, Prairie Village, Kan. Bob Dockhorn, Prairie Village, Kan. Pam Doctor, Richland, Wash. Gene Dodd, St. Francis, Kan. Lee Dodson, Topeka, Kan. Karen Doel, Lenexa, Kan. Katherine Doel, Lenexa, Kan. Keith Doel, Lenexa, Kan. Bob Dole, Washington, D.C. Molly Dolman, Topeka, Kan. T.J. Domann, Topeka, Kan. Kent Domsch, Pratt, Kan. Michelle Domsch, Pratt, Kan. Alicia Donnelly, Topeka, Kan. Patrick Donnelly, Topeka, Kan. Jack Donovan, Rossville, Kan. Ruth Donovan, Rossville, Kan. Steven Dorssom, Shawnee, Kan. Annelise Doty, Berryton, Kan. Russell Doty, Berryton, Kan. Duke Dougan, Topeka, Kan. Ginger Dougan, Topeka, Kan.

Rick Douglas, Topeka, Kan. Bill Downes, Council Grove, Kan. Carole Downes, Council Grove, Kan. Michael Downs, Tecumseh, Kan. Gary Doyle, Topeka, Kan. Lucile Doyle, Solomons, Md. Monet Drake, Kansas City, Mo. Sharrell Drane, Topeka, Kan. Miriam Drews, Topeka, Kan. Mike Dubenchiek, Cape Coral, Fla. Sharon DuBois, Topeka, Kan. Bob Duffens, Topeka, Kan. Elaine Duffens, Goleta, Calif. Greg Duffens, Topeka, Kan. Jane Duffens, Topeka, Kan. Coah Dull, Olathe, Kan. Chariss Duncan, Wichita, Kan. Mary Duncan, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. Ralph Duncan, Wichita, Kan. Tuck Duncan, Topeka, Kan. Bob Dunham, San Angelo, Texas Joyce Dunlap, Topeka, Kan. Peg Dunlap, Topeka, Kan. Willie Dunlap, Topeka, Kan. Janice Dunwell, Topeka, Kan. Robert Dunwell, Topeka, Kan. Jim Durnil, Arp, Texas Bob Dyck, Vassar, Kan. David Dyke, Topeka, Kan. Sally Dyke, Topeka, Kan. Taylor Easley, Topeka, Kan. Virginia Easton, Manhattan, Kan. Carrie Eaton, Topeka, Kan. Neva Ebeling, Topeka, Kan. Twila Eberly, Aurora, Colo. Lauren Eckert, Topeka, Kan. Lucius Eckles, Syracuse, N.Y. Ilene Ecord, Topeka, Kan. Crystal Ecton, Gridley, Kan. Diana Edmiston, Wichita, Kan. Harlan Edmonds, Topeka, Kan. Marta Edmonds, Great Bend, Kan. Don Edwards, Lubbock, Texas Gerry Edwards, Onalaska, Wis. Joel Edwards, Topeka, Kan. Lindsay Edwards, Topeka, Kan. Lori Edwards, Topeka, Kan. Marty Edwards, Topeka, Kan. Dale Eggleston, Dallas, Texas John Egner, Overland Park, Kan. Phil Ehret, Olathe, Kan. Anne Ehrsam-Holland, FPO, AE Elsie Eisenbarth, Topeka, Kan. Eric Eisenbarth, Topeka, Kan. Melissa Eisenbarth, Topeka, Kan. Neil Eisenhart, Shawnee, Kan. Eldon Eisenhour, Topeka, Kan. Nora Eisenhour, Topeka, Kan. Junior Elder, Topeka, Kan. Claudia Elkins, Topeka, Kan. Gene Elkins, Topeka, Kan. Arlene Elliott, Topeka, Kan. Gary Elliott, Topeka, Kan. Sheri Elliott, Topeka, Kan. Kathy Ellis, Topeka, Kan. Tom Ellis, Topeka, Kan. Mark Elrod, Estes Park, Colo. Steve Elsasser, Tucson, Ariz. Darlene Elwood, Topeka, Kan. Phil Elwood, Topeka, Kan. Carol Emert, Topeka, Kan. Armond Enclarde, Lawrence, Kan. Hilda Enewold, Topeka, Kan. Rick Enewold, Topeka, Kan. Charles Engel, Topeka, Kan. Chuck Engel, Topeka, Kan. Patricia Engel, Topeka, Kan. Michael Engelken, Topeka, Kan. Evangeline Englert, La Mesa, Calif. Betty English, Tempe, Ariz. Jack English, Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. Louise English, Richmond, Va. Libby Ensley, Topeka, Kan. Rita Ensley, Topeka, Kan. Elmer Epler, Colorado Springs, Colo. Hadley Ernst, Lenexa, Kan. Patricia Esau, Topeka, Kan. Phil Esau, Topeka, Kan. Elaine Escalante, Wichita, Kan. Dennis Eskie, Leawood, Kan. Emma Espinoza, Saint Louis, Mo. Bill Estes, Austin, Texas Linda Estes, Austin, Texas Carole Etzel, Topeka, Kan. James Etzel, Manassas, Va. Paul Etzel, La Mesa, Calif. Phil Etzel, Wailuku, Hawaii Rita Etzel, La Mesa, Calif.

Tim Etzel, Topeka, Kan. J.D. Euler, Wathena, Kan. David Evans, Kansas City, Mo. Debbie Evans, Topeka, Kan. Lauren Ewald, Topeka, Kan. Matt Ewald, Topeka, Kan. Bob Exon, Topeka, Kan. Karen Exon, Topeka, Kan. Onalee Exon, Topeka, Kan. Robert Exon, Topeka, Kan. Dean Fager, Topeka, Kan. Maryam Fakhradeen, Topeka, Kan. Mel Falck, Topeka, Kan. Millie Falck, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Fargo, Atchison, Kan. Sarah Farlee, Dodge City, Kan. Jerry Farley, Topeka, Kan. Kay Farley, Topeka, Kan. Susan Farley, Topeka, Kan. Bradley Farmer, Lawrence, Kan. Dana Farmer, Lawrence, Kan. Dianne Farmer, Russell, Kan. Don Farmer, Loveland, Colo. Linette Farmer, Lawrence, Kan. David Farris, Atchison, Kan. Iona Faulk, Topeka, Kan. Michael Faurot, Topeka, Kan. Mel Faw, Evansville, Ind. Jim Fawcett, Junction City, Kan. Virginia Feeley, Topeka, Kan. Derek Feeney, Topeka, Kan. Selena Feiden, Topeka, Kan. Dick Feldman, Topeka, Kan. Bette Felker, Topeka, Kan. Warner Ferguson, Silver Lake, Kan. Forrest Fernkopf, Topeka, Kan. Dean Ferrell, Topeka, Kan. Pam Ferrell, Topeka, Kan. Richard Fieger, Topeka, Kan. Jackie Fink, Topeka, Kan. Jon Fink, Grantville, Kan. Pamela Fink, Grantville, Kan. Lori Finney, Topeka, Kan. Dotti Fisher, Hoyt, Kan. Ella Marie Fisher, Key Largo, Fla. Ramon Fisher, Onaga, Kan. Trey Fisher, Topeka, Kan. Gregory Fitch, Montgomery, Ala. Joe Fitzgerald, Olathe, Kan. Jean Fitzgibbons, Topeka, Kan. Crystal Fitzner, Overland Park, Kan. Brenda Flanagan, Topeka, Kan. Tom Flanagan, Topeka, Kan. Eadie Flickinger, Topeka, Kan. Bobby Florence, Topeka, Kan. Stacy Florence, Topeka, Kan. Sheldon Flowers, Sanibel, Fla. Bill Foley, Macon, Ga. Gail Foley, Macon, Ga. Carol Folks, McLouth, Kan. Dale Foltz, Lincoln, Neb. Daniel Foltz, Perry, Kan. Ron Ford, Dunwoody, Ga. Shelley Ford, Dunwoody, Ga. Rodolfo Forde, Gainesville, Fla. Dean Forster, Topeka, Kan. Cody Foster, Topeka, Kan. Jennifer Foster, Topeka, Kan. Jim Foster, Topeka, Kan. Kay Foster, Topeka, Kan. Ralph Foster, Vero Beach, Fla. Jeri Fowler, Shawnee, Kan. Barbara Frame, Vineland, N.J. Keegan Francis, Topeka, Kan. Terry Francis, Topeka, Kan. Trudy Francis, Topeka, Kan. Chris Frank, Rose Hill, Kan. Jane Frank, Topeka, Kan. Anna Frantz, Topeka, Kan. Dean Franzen, Topeka, Kan. Mary Franzen, Topeka, Kan. Madelyn Franzke, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Franzke, Little Rock, Ark. John Frazier, Wills Point, Texas Kathy Fredette, Moorhead, Minn. A.J. Freeberg, Indianola, Iowa Erin Freeberg, Indianola, Iowa Al Freed, Topeka, Kan. Betty Frick, Topeka, Kan. Don Frick, Topeka, Kan. Dan Frickey, League City, Texas Ken Frickey, Chanute, Kan. Julie Friedstrom, Topeka, Kan. Rick Friedstrom, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Friend, Kansas City, Mo. Alan Fries, Topeka, Kan. Kathy Fries, Topeka, Kan. Bernie Frigon, Scottsdale, Ariz.

Frank Fritts, Sun City, Ariz. Brenda Fritzson, Topeka, Kan. Dave Fromme, Springfield, Mo. Hugh Frost, Topeka, Kan. Larry Frost, Topeka, Kan. Sharon Frost, Topeka, Kan. Sharon Frost, Topeka, Kan. Karl Fruendt, Topeka, Kan. Meredith Fry, Topeka, Kan. Carolyn Frye, Topeka, Kan. Ray Frye, Topeka, Kan. Kristin Fuller, Las Vegas, Nev. Peter Fuller, Las Vegas, Nev. Kara Fullmer, Topeka, Kan. Matthew Fullmer, Topeka, Kan. Ed Fulmer, Topeka, Kan. Vicki Fulmer, Topeka, Kan. Neal Fultz, Los Angeles, Calif. Clayton Funk, Kansas City, Mo. Kelley Funk, Kansas City, Mo. A.J. Furneaux, Springfield, Mo. Leah Gabler-Marshall, Topeka, Kan. Willa Jean Gades, Topeka, Kan. Bill Gahnstrom, Topeka, Kan. Emilie Gahnstrom, Topeka, Kan. Frank Gaines, Hamilton, Kan. Melvin Gaines, Panama City, Fla. Marie Gaither, Topeka, Kan. Max Gaither, Topeka, Kan. Frank Galbraith, Wichita, Kan. Karen Galbraith, Wichita, Kan. Dale Gallaway, Topeka, Kan. Linda Gallaway, Topeka, Kan. Gilbert Galle, Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte Galton, Myrtle Beach, S.C. Mona Gambone, Topeka, Kan. Dusty Gann, Topeka, Kan. Alyce Gannaway, Topeka, Kan. Bill Gannaway, Topeka, Kan. Tina Gannaway, Topeka, Kan. Larry Ganong, Columbia, Mo. Alissa Gaps, Topeka, Kan. Donald Gardner, Reno, Nev. Jason Gardner, Topeka, Kan. Herbert Garrett, Rogers, Ark. Karen Garrison, Paxico, Kan. Walter Garrison, Media, Pa. Wes Garrison, Paxico, Kan. Allison Garst, Topeka, Kan. Brent Garst, Topeka, Kan. Amy Garton, Olathe, Kan. Ryan Garton, Olathe, Kan. Don Gascoigne, Overland Park, Kan. Ruth Gascoigne, Overland Park, Kan. Kyoko Gasper, Topeka, Kan. Ken Gatchell, Mesa, Ariz. Joan Gatewood, Palm Desert, Calif. Peggy Gatewood, Topeka, Kan. Abigail Gatz, Newton, Kan. Kay Gatza, Junction City, Kan. Gregory Gaul, Topeka, Kan. Melinda Gaul, Topeka, Kan. Marilyn Gault, Grinnell, Iowa Gina Gawlick, Overland Park, Kan. Karen Gehrt, Arlington, Texas Karen Geier, Topeka, Kan. Robin Geil, Topeka, Kan. Shawn Geil, Topeka, Kan. Dick Geis, Topeka, Kan. Gina Geis, Topeka, Kan. Betty Geiser, Topeka, Kan. Jack Gentry, O Fallon, Ill. Mimi Gentry, O Fallon, Ill. Pat Geoffroy, South Bend, Ind. Carl Georgeson, Gillette, N.J. Robert Gerant, Topeka, Kan. Sam Gerber, Garden City, Kan. Tracey Geren, Topeka, Kan. Elizabeth Gerhardt, Overland Park, Kan. Butch Gerlach, Topeka, Kan. Paula Gerlach, Topeka, Kan. Lisa Germonprez, Leavenworth, Kan. Karen Gerstenkorn, Topeka, Kan. Ray Gerstenkorn, Topeka, Kan. Dean Gettler, Fort Scott, Kan. Marlene Gettler, Fort Scott, Kan. Gregg Gibb, Frisco, Texas Elida Gibbons, Topeka, Kan. Naomi Gibeson, Topeka, Kan. Shawn Gideon, Paxico, Kan. Joe Gigous, Topeka, Kan. Mary Sue Gilkeson, Lawrence, Kan. Elaine Gill, Topeka, Kan. Larry Gill, Topeka, Kan. David Gilliland, Topeka, Kan. Jan Gilliland, Auburn, Kan. Judith Gilliland, Topeka, Kan. Ryan Gilliland, Topeka, Kan.

David Gillispie, Topeka, Kan. Liz Gilman, Topeka, Kan. Patti Gilman, Wichita, Kan. Tom Gilman, Wichita, Kan. John Gilmore, Denver, Colo. Shirley Gilmore, Denver, Colo. Jessica Ginder, Topeka, Kan. Liz Ginder, Topeka, Kan. Rob Ginder, Topeka, Kan. T.J. Ginthner, Issaquah, Wash. Earl Glase, Topeka, Kan. Tamara Glase, Topeka, Kan. Art Glassman, Topeka, Kan. Oren Glatt, Abilene, Kan. Brenda Glaze, Topeka, Kan. Ray Glaze, Topeka, Kan. Lois Glazier, Mystic, Conn. Terra Glendening, Topeka, Kan. Ed Glotzbach, Saint Louis, Mo. Julie Glotzbach, Saint Louis, Mo. Ben Glusing, Kingsville, Texas Bill Glynn, Topeka, Kan. Diane Glynn, Topeka, Kan. Ben Gockel, Topeka, Kan. Larry Goddard, Liberty, Mo. Joseph Godfrey, Gastonia, N.C. Elizabeth Goering, Topeka, Kan. Jan Goes, Mercer Island, Wash. Jack Goings, Mesa, Ariz. June Golden, Topeka, Kan. Javier Gonzalez, Topeka, Kan. Jerry Goodell, Topeka, Kan. Sue Goodell, Topeka, Kan. Ron Goodeyon, Tulsa, Okla. Tom Goodrich, Englewood, Fla. Mary Gordy, Topeka, Kan. Shirley Gorman, Topeka, Kan. Russ Goss, Melbourne, Fla. Floyd Graham, Topeka, Kan. Janice Graham, Topeka, Kan. Ricky Graham, Kansas City, Mo. Derek Grandstaff, Topeka, Kan. Erin Grandstaff, Topeka, Kan. Rochelle Graves, Lenexa, Kan. Jerry Gray, Wichita, Kan. Stephanie Gray, Topeka, Kan. Win Gray, Fort Bragg, Calif. John Green, Overland Park, Kan. Leon Green, Carbondale, Kan. Mary Green, Woodinville, Wash. Patricia Green, Longwood, Fla. Sandy Green, Carbondale, Kan. Amie Greene, Topeka, Kan. Brent Greene, Topeka, Kan. Charles Greene, Topeka, Kan. Edna Greene, Topeka, Kan. Sandy Greenwell, Topeka, Kan. Greg Greenwood, Topeka, Kan. Jaena Greenwood, Topeka, Kan. Jim Greenwood, Colorado Springs, Colo. Stacy Greenwood, Lawrence, Kan. Ann Gregg, Topeka, Kan. Jeffry Gregg, Topeka, Kan. Bill Griffith, Lakewood, Colo. Alana Grisell, Topeka, Kan. Marcia Groth, Topeka, Kan. William Groth, Topeka, Kan. Mary Gruber, Silver Lake, Kan. Fred Grundeman, Naples, Fla. Jan Grundeman, Naples, Fla. Judy Guenther, Springfield, Va. Mario Guerrero, Topeka, Kan. Raul Guevara, Topeka, Kan. Fred Guild, Renton, Wash. Joanne Guild, Renton, Wash. Louise Gulick, Lakewood, Colo. Robert Gunther, Topeka, Kan. Annette Gurney, Wichita, Kan. Larry Gurney, Wichita, Kan. Lou Nell Gustavson, Topeka, Kan. Phil Gutierrez, Holton, Kan. Linda Gwaltney, Topeka, Kan. Bill Haag, Topeka, Kan. Jean Marie Haag, Holton, Kan. Marcia Haag, Topeka, Kan. Josephine Haas, Novato, Calif. Michael Haas, Hoxie, Kan. Dick Hachey, Franklin, Va. Judy Hackler, Topeka, Kan. Ken Hackler, Topeka, Kan. Dick Haefele, Ulysses, Kan. Chuck Hageman, Stockton, Kan. Calla Haggard, Topeka, Kan. Robert Haggard, Evanston, Ill. Susan Haggard, Evanston, Ill. Clella Hahn, Stilwell, Kan. Lowell Hahn, Stilwell, Kan. Bill Hale, Leawood, Kan.

Eltrude Hall, Sublette, Kan. Estella Hall, Rockaway Beach, Mo. Isabelle Hall, Diamond Bar, Calif. Jim Hall, Topeka, Kan. Judy Hall, Leawood, Kan. Rugena Hall, Topeka, Kan. Bob Halladay, Washington, D.C. John Halladay, Lawrence, Kan. Shirley Halladay, Lawrence, Kan. Kerri Haller, Alma, Kan. Mary Haller, Topeka, Kan. Harold Halvorsen, Lakewood, N.J. Albert Hamilton, Dearborn, Mich. Jan Hamilton, Topeka, Kan. Joyce Hamilton, Dearborn, Mich. Kevin Hamilton, Benton, Ill. Louise Hamilton, Topeka, Kan. Chris Hamm, Topeka, Kan. Sandie Hampton, Topeka, Kan. John Handlos, Thousand Oaks, Calif. Kathi Haney, Topeka, Kan. Rex Haney, Topeka, Kan. Pamela Hann, Independence, Kan. James Hanni, Lawrence, Kan. Jennifer Hansen, Shawnee, Kan. Shannon Hansen, Topeka, Kan. Ed Hanson, Topeka, Kan. Muriel Hanson, Lawrence, Kan. Joyce Harbaugh, Topeka, Kan. Bud Hardesty, Oceanside, Calif. Sandy Hardesty, Topeka, Kan. Denise Harford, Topeka, Kan. Bob Hargis, Atlantic, Iowa Deb Harkins Bliss, Overland Park, Kan. Richard Harmon, Topeka, Kan. Aric Harrington, Topeka, Kan. Jennifer Harrington, Topeka, Kan. Lynne Harris, Littleton, Colo. Alonzo Harrison, Topeka, Kan. John Harrison, Flower Mound, Texas Ruth Harrison, Lewisville, Texas Kevin Harry, Topeka, Kan. Stacey Harry, Topeka, Kan. Chuck Hart, Andover, Kan. Derek Hart, Lawrence, Kan. Karla Hart, Andover, Kan. Janet Hartley, Topeka, Kan. Luke Hartnett, Topeka, Kan. Ron Hartter, Morrill, Kan. Joan Hartung, Indianola, Iowa Bob Harvey, Garrison, N.Y. Sarah Harvey, San Antonio, Texas Rich Hasbrouck, Peyton, Colo. Sharon Hasbrouck, Peyton, Colo. Susan Hattan, Washington, D.C. William Haug, Fresno, Calif. Ray Hauke, Topeka, Kan. Julie Haverkamp, Topeka, Kan. Carrie Haverty, Topeka, Kan. John Haverty, Topeka, Kan. Lois Hawkins, Wichita, Kan. Patricia Hawks, Topeka, Kan. Darv Hawley, Topeka, Kan. Marilyn Hawley, Topeka, Kan. Kris Hayes, Moab, Utah Brenda Head, Topeka, Kan. Carla Hearrell, Topeka, Kan. Randy Hearrell, Topeka, Kan. Steven Hearrell, Topeka, Kan. Terri Hearrell, Topeka, Kan. Cynthia Heath, Chesterfield, Mo. Doris Hedberg, Topeka, Kan. Jerry Hedger, Buckner, Mo. Molly Hedrick, Denver, Colo. Jerry Heeter, Shawnee, Kan. Marvin Hefti, Scottsbluff, Neb. Brenda Heideman, Marysville, Kan. Anne Heim, Topeka, Kan. Ted Heim, Topeka, Kan. Ron Hein, Topeka, Kan. Kahlyn Heine, Lawrence, Kan. David Heinemann, Topeka, Kan. Chantel Heinen, Goff, Kan. Sheila Heine-Walker, Topeka, Kan. Matt Heintz, Leawood, Kan. Lisa Heitz, Topeka, Kan. Mark Heitz, Topeka, Kan. Dan Hejtmanek, Topeka, Kan. Jenny Hejtmanek, Edwards, Colo. Julie Hejtmanek, Topeka, Kan. Cinda Henderson, Topeka, Kan. Dion Henderson, Topeka, Kan. Thomas Henderson, Topeka, Kan. Amy Hendrickson, Chanute, Kan. Julie Hendrickson, Topeka, Kan. Ross Hendrickson, Chanute, Kan. Arne Henricks, Hilo, Hawaii Jean Henry, Newburg, Mo.

Peter Herdic, Lynnwood, Wash. Kevin Herdman, Vassar, Kan. Melissa Herdman, Vassar, Kan. Jade Hernandez, Walnut Creek, Calif. Bette Herndon, Jackson, Mich. Kari Herr, Topeka, Kan. Phil Herr, Topeka, Kan. Martha Herrick, Topeka, Kan. Becky Herron, Topeka, Kan. Lance Herschell, Topeka, Kan. Cody Hess, Topeka, Kan. Anne Hesse, Topeka, Kan. Lucy Hesse, Topeka, Kan. Scott Hesse, Topeka, Kan. Judy Hewitt, Shawnee, Kan. Jan Hexdall, Hendersonville, N.C. Roger Hiatt, Kansas City, Mo. Kelsee Hickey, Topeka, Kan. Chad Hickman, Olathe, Kan. Megan Hickman, Olathe, Kan. Patrick Hicks, Fort Worth, Texas Mitch Higgs, Topeka, Kan. Rick Higgs, Topeka, Kan. Beverly Hightower, Westport, Conn. Maurine Higley, Topeka, Kan. David Hildreth, Lawrence, Kan. Marilyn Hilgers, Arvada, Colo. Mike Hilgers, Arvada, Colo. Chris Hill, Topeka, Kan. Jen Hill, Topeka, Kan. Tracy Hill, Lecompton, Kan. Norman Hillmer, Lander, Wyo. Debbie Himpel, Tonganoxie, Kan. Lauren Himpel, Tonganoxie, Kan. Lindsey Himpel, Topeka, Kan. Mark Himpel, Tonganoxie, Kan. Rachel Hines, Kansas City, Mo. Julie Hinrichsen, Topeka, Kan. Donna Hinshaw, Topeka, Kan. Becky Hinton, Topeka, Kan. Jack Hinton, Phoenix, Ariz. Larry Hinton, Topeka, Kan. Marjorie Hinton, Phoenix, Ariz. Sara Hischke, Topeka, Kan. Ted Hischke, Topeka, Kan. Bob Hite, Tecumseh, Kan. Dick Hite, Wichita, Kan. Marilyn Hite, Tecumseh, Kan. Joyce Hladky, Topeka, Kan. Patti Hoard, Warwick, N.Y. Liz Hochscheid, Overland Park, Kan. Justin Hocking, Topeka, Kan. Dani Hodge, Lenexa, Kan. John Hodnefield, Overland Park, Kan. Sherry Hodnefield, Overland Park, Kan. Bob Hoehn, Highlands Ranch, Colo. Albert Hoelting, Shawnee, Kan. Ann Hoelting, Shawnee, Kan. Jeanne Hoferer, Topeka, Kan. Paul Hoferer, Topeka, Kan. John Hoffman, Bucyrus, Kan. Stacey Hoffman, Topeka, Kan. Bob Hoffmann, Montreal, Quebec Lee Hoffmann, Topeka, Kan. Linda Hoffmann, Topeka, Kan. Susie Hoffmann, Topeka, Kan. Rick Hoffmeister, Topeka, Kan. Tiffany Hogan, Kansas City, Mo. Adam Holden, Topeka, Kan. Kevin Holland, Topeka, Kan. Pamela Hollie, Gambier, Ohio Larry Hollis, Wichita, Kan. Linda Hollis, Wichita, Kan. Steve Holloman, Topeka, Kan. Veronica Holloman, Topeka, Kan. Randy Holm, Topeka, Kan. Rhonda Holm, Topeka, Kan. Amy Holman, Lees Summit, Mo. Gladys Holmes, Topeka, Kan. Debbie Holroyd, Topeka, Kan. Fred Holroyd, Topeka, Kan. Jared Holroyd, Topeka, Kan. Nedra Holroyd, Topeka, Kan. Dan Holt, Abilene, Kan. Jennifer Holt, Topeka, Kan. Jim Holt, Valley Center, Kan. Karen Holt, Valley Center, Kan. Marilyn Holt, Abilene, Kan. Frank Holtz, Abilene, Kan. Marcie Holtz, Topeka, Kan. Rob Holtz, Topeka, Kan. Ray Hoobler, McDonough, Ga. Angela Hook, Junction City, Kan. Jean Hooper, Arlington, Va. Michael Hooper, Topeka, Kan. Ann Hoover, Topeka, Kan. Mary Hoover, Topeka, Kan. Allison Horinek, Topeka, Kan.

Cindy Hornberger, Lawrence, Kan. Steve Hornberger, Lawrence, Kan. Thelma Horsfield, Bellevue, Wash. Don Horttor, Topeka, Kan. Lonnie Hossfeld, Derby, Kan. Mary Hotchkiss, Antioch, Calif. Mary Hougland, Topeka, Kan. Connie Houser, Topeka, Kan. David Houser, Topeka, Kan. Ruth Houser, Topeka, Kan. Seely Houston, Savannah, Mo. Gloria Hovorka, Niceville, Fla. Erinn Howard, Topeka, Kan. Dave Howarter, Topeka, Kan. Chris Howe, Topeka, Kan. Jay Howe, Tucson, Ariz. Janice Hoytal, Topeka, Kan. Joe Hoytal, Topeka, Kan. Pat Hubbell, Topeka, Kan. Mary Huff, Rohnert Park, Calif. Elizabeth Huffaker, St. Louis, Mo. Carolyn Huffman, Salina, Kan. Amanda Hughes, Topeka, Kan. Gene Huguenin, Topeka, Kan. Anne Hula, Topeka, Kan. Harold Hula, Topeka, Kan. Vivian Hulsopple, Beaumont, Texas Scott Hultgren, Deridder, La. Wendell Humphrey, Topeka, Kan. Bill Hund, Topeka, Kan. Irma Hund, Topeka, Kan. Wayne Hundley, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Hunt, Garden Plain, Kan. Debby Hunt, Topeka, Kan. Mark Hunt, Topeka, Kan. Danielle Hunter, Topeka, Kan. Fred Hunter, Tallahassee, Fla. Russ Hunter, Topeka, Kan. James Hurd, Los Angeles, Calif. Dan Hutchins, Shawnee, Kan. Susie Hutchins, Shawnee, Kan. John Hutchinson, Beavercreek, Ohio Janis Hutchison, Lawrence, Kan. Mary Hutchison, Tucson, Ariz. Russ Hutchison, Topeka, Kan. Donna Huxman, Topeka, Kan. Melanie Huxman-Hickok, Ulysses, Kan. Venita Hyatt, Topeka, Kan. Becky Iams, Topeka, Kan. Herb Iams, Topeka, Kan. Lane Iams, Topeka, Kan. George Ireland, Phoenix, Ariz. John Ireland, Topeka, Kan. Michelle Ireland, Topeka, Kan. Camille Ireton, Lenexa, Kan. Cat Ireton, Overland Park, Kan. Jeanette Irwin, Phoenix, Ariz. Larry Irwin, Phoenix, Ariz. Jerry Isaac, Banning, Calif. Alyse Jackson, Topeka, Kan. Fred Jackson, Topeka, Kan. Mary Jo Jackson, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Jacobs, Berryton, Kan. Allison Jaksa, Shawnee, Kan. Frank Jaksa, Shawnee, Kan. Arthur James, Chicago, Ill. Mel James, Topeka, Kan. Shirley James-Shimp, Manhattan, Kan. Willie Janosik, Topeka, Kan. Sue Jarchow, Topeka, Kan. Scott Jarvis, Wilmington, N.C. Mike Jauken, Topeka, Kan. Melissa Jeanneret, Overbrook, Kan. Linda Jeffrey, Topeka, Kan. Stefani Jehlik, Auburn, Kan. Ariel Jennings, Topeka, Kan. Bob Jennings, Topeka, Kan. Julia Jennings, Salina, Kan. Pat Jennings, Topeka, Kan. Hal Jensen, Topeka, Kan. Helen Jensen, Topeka, Kan. Jack Jensen, Houston, Texas Julie Jensen, Topeka, Kan. Xin Jiang, Topeka, Kan. Darnelle Johns, Raymore, Mo. Barbara Johnson, Fullerton, Calif. Betty Johnson, Oskaloosa, Kan. Bill Johnson, Olathe, Kan. Bob Johnson, Clay Center, Kan. Bruce Johnson, Topeka, Kan. Cooper Johnson, Oak Park, Calif. Greg Johnson, Topeka, Kan. John Johnson, West Des Moines, Iowa John Johnson, Eastborough, Kan. Julie Johnson, Topeka, Kan. Karen Johnson, Overland Park, Kan. Kathy Johnson, Topeka, Kan. Larry Johnson, Green Valley, Ariz.

Leonard Johnson, Topeka, Kan. Lillian Johnson, Bella Vista, Ark. Lynn Johnson, Mission Hills, Kan. Mary Johnson, Topeka, Kan. Niki Johnson, Olathe, Kan. Peggy Johnson, Eastborough, Kan. Robyn Johnson, Bendena, Kan. Stephanie Johnson, Topeka, Kan. Steve Johnson, Topeka, Kan. Susan Johnson, Clay Center, Kan. Vickie Johnson, Leavenworth, Kan. William Johnson, Albuquerque, N.M. Bob Johnston, Topeka, Kan. Jan Johnston, Topeka, Kan. Linda Johnston, Topeka, Kan. Mike Johnston, Topeka, Kan. Rhonda Johnston, Ottawa, Kan. Ruth Johnston, Yorba Linda, Calif. Betty Jones, Silver Lake, Kan. Bill Jones, Topeka, Kan. Bob Jones, Topeka, Kan. Bruce Jones, Odessa, Mo. Doug Jones, Tecumseh, Kan. Elissa Jones, Topeka, Kan. Evelyn Jones, Horton, Kan. James Jones, Alamo, Calif. Larry Jones, Damascus, Md. Lisa Jones, Topeka, Kan. Lydia Jones, Kutztown, Pa. Maria Jones, Alamo, Calif. Nancy Jones, Topeka, Kan. Pattie Jones, Topeka, Kan. Gary Jordan, Ottawa, Kan. Joyce Jordan, Beloit, Kan. Kathy Jordan, Ottawa, Kan. Lee Jordan, Chandler, Ariz. Nathan Jordan, Broken Arrow, Okla. Kaye Jordan-Cain, Topeka, Kan. Judy Joss, Kansas City, Mo. Steve Joss, Prairie Village, Kan. Robert Joy, Bakersfield, Calif. Ryan Juhnke, Topeka, Kan. John Jurcyk, Fairway, Kan. Jack Kahle, Wilsonville, Ore. Larry Kaiser, Arcadia, Calif. Lindsey Kaminski, Lees Summit, Mo. Henry Kampschroeder, Winfield, Kan. Marice Kane, Topeka, Kan. Arden Kanode, Colorado Springs, Colo. Sarah Karlin, Topeka, Kan. Shirley Kass, Scarsdale, N.Y. Kenneth Kassen, Shawnee, Kan. Carol Kaufman, Topeka, Kan. Dean Kaufman, Topeka, Kan. John Keenan, Great Bend, Kan. Bob Keeshan, Topeka, Kan. Cindy Keim, Overland Park, Kan. Lacey Keller, Brooklyn, N.Y. Dean Kelley, Topeka, Kan. Misty Kelley, San Antonio, Texas Tom Kelley, Topeka, Kan. Alyssa Kelly, Topeka, Kan. Deborah Kelly, Petaluma, Calif. Lois Kelly, Topeka, Kan. Sarah Kelly, Topeka, Kan. Tom Kelly, Petaluma, Calif. Jason Kemnitz, Shawnee, Kan. Shana Kemnitz, Shawnee, Kan. Flo Kemp, Blacklick, Ohio C .L. Kendall, Efland, N.C. Robert Kennedy, Topeka, Kan. Shane Kennedy, Topeka, Kan. Thomas Kennedy, Topeka, Kan. Don Kennett, Shawnee, Kan. Denis Kenney, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Kenney, Topeka, Kan. Gerald Kerby, Fairway, Kan. Joan Kerchner, Topeka, Kan. Robert Kerchner, Topeka, Kan. Ken Kerle, Topeka, Kan. Libba Kerle, Topeka, Kan. Becky Kersting, Topeka, Kan. Charles Kesinger, Topeka, Kan. Grady Kesler, Shawnee, Kan. Cheryl Kessler, Overland Park, Kan. Erin Kessler, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Kessler, Topeka, Kan. Richard Kessler, Topeka, Kan. Jim Ketcherside, McPherson, Kan. Forrest Kidney, Topeka, Kan. Larry Kietzman, Topeka, Kan. Ray Killam, Overland Park, Kan. Sally Kimble, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Kimbrough, Lawrence, Kan. Lanny Kimbrough, Lawrence, Kan. Thomas Kimmerly, Kansas City, Mo. Dick Kinder, Topeka, Kan. Lacey Kinder, Topeka, Kan.

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Penny Kinder, Topeka, Kan. Tim Kinder, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Kindling, Topeka, Kan. Paul Kindling, Topeka, Kan. James King, Topeka, Kan. Kathy King, Fenton, Mo. Marty King, Shawnee, Kan. Ralph King, Kansas City, Mo. Shelley King, Lawrence, Kan. Richard Kingman, Piedmont, S.C. Sarah Kingston, Topeka, Kan. Dustin Kirk, Topeka, Kan. Megan Kirkhart, Topeka, Kan. Rosemary Kirkpatrick, Chapel Hill, N.C. Barb Kirkwood, Topeka, Kan. Robert Kirkwood, Topeka, Kan. Chuck Kirmse, Auburn, Kan. Ida Kirmse, Auburn, Kan. Berniece Kissinger, Grand Junction, Colo. Kymry Kistner, Topeka, Kan. Jarrett Kitch, Fort Worth, Texas Brenda Kitchen, Collinsville, Texas Steve Kitchen, Collinsville, Texas Cathi Kitrell, Holton, Kan. Dee Klausman, Topeka, Kan. Jane Klefstad, Fairfield, Calif. Betty Klein, Leawood, Kan. Oscar Klein, Leawood, Kan. JoAnn Klemmer, Topeka, Kan. Jake Klima, Topeka, Kan. Kris Klima, Topeka, Kan. Danny Knapp, Gulf Breeze, Fla. Ava Knatt, Topeka, Kan. Bill Koehn, Topeka, Kan. Brenda Koehn, Wichita, Kan. Cherrie Koehn, Topeka, Kan. Scott Koertner, Kansas City, Kan. Cecil Kohake, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Kohake, Topeka, Kan. Patricia Kolb, Boise, Idaho Shane Kolbaba, Topeka, Kan. Michael Koller, Weston, Mass. Kevin Kongs, Topeka, Kan. LeeAnne Kongs, Topeka, Kan. Lisa Kongs, Topeka, Kan. Michael Kongs, Topeka, Kan. Elliot Konrade, Topeka, Kan. Chris Korth, Kansas City, Mo. Samantha Kostelecky, Topeka, Kan. Brenda Kramer, Topeka, Kan. Ernie Kratina, Rossville, Kan. Lana Kraus, Aurora, Colo. Barbara Krom, Lawrence, Kan. Susan Krotzinger, Overland Park, Kan. Misty Kruger, Topeka, Kan. Ed Krysl, Phoenix, Ariz. Neta Krysl, Phoenix, Ariz. Rick Kuhlman, Topeka, Kan. Stephany Kuhlman, Topeka, Kan. Beth Kuhn, Topeka, Kan. Ed Kumorowski, Hutchinson, Kan. Vickie Kumorowski, Zanesville, Ohio Joan Kurz, Leawood, Kan. Audrey LaClair, Yorktown, Va. Charles LaClair, Yorktown, Va. Donna Lacy, Yates Center, Kan. Jim Lagerberg, Topeka, Kan. Lisa Lai, Topeka, Kan. Max Lai, Topeka, Kan. Tim Laird, Melbourne, Fla. Priti Lakhani, Lawrence, Kan. Donna LaLonde, Topeka, Kan. Charley Laman, Glendale, Ariz. Jennifer Lamberd, Topeka, Kan. Sally Lambert, Portland, Ore. Keeley Lambeth, Lenexa, Kan. Carrie Lancaster, Topeka, Kan. Donn Land, Spring, Texas Janet Land, Spring, Texas Lillian Landberg, Topeka, Kan. Curt Landis, Topeka, Kan. James Lane, Ford, Kan. Jeanne Lane, Mesa, Ariz. Kevin Lane, Los Angeles, Calif. Joe Lang, Wichita, Kan. John Lang, Wamego, Kan. Joleen Lang, Wamego, Kan. Stan Langhofer, Topeka, Kan. Stephanie Lanning, Platte City, Mo. Wesley Lantrip, Katy, Texas Donna Larrison, Topeka, Kan. Gene Larrison, Topeka, Kan. Deanna Larsen, Topeka, Kan. David Larson, Olathe, Kan. Jan Larson, Rio Rancho, N.M. Lee Lassiter, Topeka, Kan. Rhonda Lassiter, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Laster, Springfield, Mo.

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Tom Laster, Springfield, Mo. Becky Lauer, Topeka, Kan. Joel Lauer, Topeka, Kan. Connie Laughon, Topeka, Kan. Mike Laughon, Topeka, Kan. Mary Lawhon, Topeka, Kan. Kaitlin Lawless, Wichita, Kan. Larry Lawrence, Olathe, Kan. Robert Lawson, Topeka, Kan. Wanda Lawson, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Leabo, Independence, Mo. Gary Leabo, Independence, Mo. Dorothy Leanard, San Jose, Calif. Carol Lear, Topeka, Kan. Stuart Ledbetter, Topeka, Kan. Amy Ledom, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Lee, Kansas City, Mo. Bob Lee, Naples, Fla. Frances Lee, Rochester Hills, Mich. Karen Lee, Topeka, Kan. Terry Leek, Phoenix, Ariz. Jim Leighton, Topeka, Kan. Joe Leiker, Topeka, Kan. Steve Leiker, Bel Aire, Kan. Okie Lemon, Topeka, Kan. Susan Lemon, Topeka, Kan. Charles Lenoir, Shawnee, Kan. Doris Lentz, Topeka, Kan. Stan Lentz, Creede, Colo. Tom Lenz, Liberty, Mo. Gail Leonard, Shawnee Mission, Kan. Ken Leonard, Shawnee Mission, Kan. Rodney Lesh, Pratt, Kan. Dode Lesser, Topeka, Kan. Elsie Lesser, Topeka, Kan. Mike Lesser, Topeka, Kan. Bev Leuenberger, Topeka, Kan. Jan Leuenberger, Topeka, Kan. Constance Leuty, Mission Viejo, Calif. Bre Lewis, Topeka, Kan. Catharine Lewis, Apex, N.C. Courtney Lewis, Topeka, Kan. Dolores Lewis, Topeka, Kan. Heather Lewis, Topeka, Kan. Jim Lewis, Topeka, Kan. Tom Lewis, Topeka, Kan. Jean Lewis Sanchez, Topeka, Kan. Julie Liedtke, Wakarusa, Kan. Richard Liedtke, Wakarusa, Kan. Sean Lierz, Olathe, Kan. Randy Lindemuth, Tulsa, Okla. David Linderman, Silver Lake, Kan. JoAn Lindfors, Marquette, Kan. Louis Lindstrom, Saint Marys, Kan. Becky Linquist, Berryton, Kan. Ed Linquist, Berryton, Kan. Melissa Linquist, Cuyahoga Fls, Ohio Myron Listrom, Hot Springs, Ark. Jean Litchfield, San Diego, Calif. Larry Livingston, Carbondale, Kan. Linda Livingston, Carbondale, Kan. Elton Lobban, Dallas, Texas Sue Lockett, Topeka, Kan. Ty Lockett, Topeka, Kan. Janel Logan, Topeka, Kan. Kathy Logan, Topeka, Kan. Charles Long, Topeka, Kan. Scott Long, Topeka, Kan. Jo Lorson, Salina, Kan. Rex Lorson, Salina, Kan. Jay Loschke, Topeka, Kan. Karl Losey, Topeka, Kan. Garrett Love, Montezuma, Kan. Janet Love, St. Charles, Mo. Dee Lowe, Topeka, Kan. Marc Lowe, Topeka, Kan. Gordon Lowry, Valley Falls, Kan. Kem Lowry, Honolulu, Hawaii Kirk Lowry, Topeka, Kan. Jenifer Lucas, Gainesville, Va. Samuel Lucero, Topeka, Kan. Michael Ludwig, Virginia Beach, Va. Leone Luetcke, Peoria, Ariz. Bob Luginbill, Glen Ellyn, Ill. John Lundblade, Wichita, Kan. Marie Luthi, Madison, Kan. Karol Luttjohann, Topeka, Kan. Pamela Lutz, Topeka, Kan. Dan Lykins, Topeka, Kan. Judy Lykins, Topeka, Kan. Lois Lykins, Topeka, Kan. Jim Maag, Topeka, Kan. Kathy Maag, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Macdonell, Rockville, Md. Jeannie Macfee, Topeka, Kan. Jim Macfee, Topeka, Kan. Rich MacFee, McKinney, Texas Jo Mach, Topeka, Kan.

Judy Macha, Topeka, Kan. Heather Machia, Islip Terrace, N.Y. Adam Mack, Topeka, Kan. Tiffany Mack, Topeka, Kan. Harriette Macnish, Topeka, Kan. Amy Macy, Andover, Kan. Brad Macy, Andover, Kan. Carrie Magill, Topeka, Kan. John Magnuson, Lindsborg, Kan. Greg Maher, Bucyrus, Kan. Pam Maher, Bucyrus, Kan. Mike Mahoney, Boone, Iowa Peggy Mahoney, Boone, Iowa Jessica Mai, Topeka, Kan. Ray Makalous, Lenexa, Kan. Marla Malloy, Topeka, Kan. Rich Malloy, Topeka, Kan. Teresa Malone, Wichita, Kan. Marion Manion, Topeka, Kan. Ashley Manis, Topeka, Kan. Dave Manley, Auburn, Kan. Mary Manley, Auburn, Kan. Mark Manna, Lawrence, Kan. Linda Mannering, Lincoln, Neb. Michael Manning, Chevy Chase, Md. Margaret Manspeaker, Wheat Ridge, Colo. Josh Maples, Lindsborg, Kan. Edward Marchant, Topeka, Kan. Susie Marchant, Topeka, Kan. Gordon Mardis, Wichita, Kan. Larry Marken, Topeka, Kan. Betty Jo Marling, Topeka, Kan. Betty Jo Marling, Forest, Va. Paul Marmet, Topeka, Kan. Peg Marmet, Topeka, Kan. Christel Marquardt, Topeka, Kan. Fred Marr, Lenexa, Kan. Jo Marsh, Atchison, Kan. Julia Marsh, Topeka, Kan. Karen Marsh, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Marsh Sangster, Novato, Calif. Alice Marshall, Topeka, Kan. Bill Marshall, Colorado Springs, Colo. Chris Marshall, Topeka, Kan. Dee Marshall, Bennington, Neb. H.B. Marshall, Topeka, Kan. Jim Marshall, Bennington, Neb. Ron Marshall, Topeka, Kan. Terry Marshall, Prescott, Ariz. Penny Marshall-Chura, Olathe, Kan. Jay Martell, Cranbury, N.J. Fred Marten, Wichita, Kan. Elaine Martin, Topeka, Kan. Jim Martin, Topeka, Kan. Ken Martin, Topeka, Kan. Peg Martin, Overland Park, Kan. Sandy Martin, Topeka, Kan. Steve Martin, Omaha, Neb. Tamara Martin, Topeka, Kan. Janet Martinek, Silver Lake, Kan. Orville Martinek, Silver Lake, Kan. George Marvin, Dallas, Texas Candice Massie, Topeka, Kan. Marie Mater, Magnolia, Texas Donald Mathers, Topeka, Kan. Larry Mathews, Topeka, Kan. Hugh Mathewson, Overland Park, Kan. Lana Matney, Topeka, Kan. Doug Matthews, Great Bend, Kan. Doug Mauck, Topeka, Kan. Jan Mauck, Topeka, Kan. Jake Mauslein, Manhattan, Kan. Rich Maust, Tucson, Ariz. Marvin Maydew, Topeka, Kan. Andrea Mayes, Manhattan, Kan. Lacie Mayes, Carbondale, Kan. Doris Mayfield, Tulsa, Okla. JuliAnn Mazachek, Topeka, Kan. Keith Mazachek, Topeka, Kan. Sandy McAdam, Topeka, Kan. Terry McAdam, Topeka, Kan. Mac McAlister, Topeka, Kan. Marge McAlister, Topeka, Kan. Trudy McAlister, Tucson, Ariz. Kent McAnally, Lawrence, Kan. Mason McBride, Clayton, Mo. Susan McCabe, Olathe, Kan. Mary McCaffrey, Phoenix, Ariz. Bob McCaig, Koloa, Hawaii Patricia McCall, Topeka, Kan. Jerry McCarthy, Freeport, N.Y. Jill McCartney, Topeka, Kan. Meagan McCarvel, Ozawkie, Kan. Don McClain, Kansas City, Mo. Janet McClanahan, Overland Park, Kan. Mike McClanahan, Overland Park, Kan. Henry McClure, Topeka, Kan. Robert McClure, Topeka, Kan.

Tom McClure, Topeka, Kan. Joe McClymond, Breckenridge, Texas Linda McCollum, Joshua, Texas Dave McComb, New Orleans, La. Audrey McConnell, Grand Junction, Colo. John McConnell, Grand Junction, Colo. Tim McConville, Olathe, Kan. Kate McCown, Topeka, Kan. Janet McCoy, Southlake, Texas Pat McCoy, Southlake, Texas Thomas McCue, Overland Park, Kan. Bill McDonald, Topeka, Kan. Gary McDonald, Topeka, Kan. Kathy McDonald, Topeka, Kan. Carol McDowell, Topeka, Kan. Betty McEnroe Casper, Topeka, Kan. Jamie McEwen, Topeka, Kan. Jayna McFarland, Topeka, Kan. Justin McFarland, Topeka, Kan. Kay McFarland, Topeka, Kan. Chris McGee, Topeka, Kan. Emily McGee, Topeka, Kan. Bobbie McGirr, Topeka, Kan. Gary McGirr, Topeka, Kan. Chris McGown, Mound City, Kan. Taylor McGown, Mound City, Kan. Wendel McKeever, Mission, Kan. Doris McKernan, Emporia, Kan. Ed McKernan, Emporia, Kan. Eithne McKibbin, Aurora, Colo. Jacque McKibbin, Santa Fe, N.M. Joe McKinney, Topeka, Kan. Sharon McKinney, Topeka, Kan. Chuck McLeod, Richmond, Texas Mary McLeod, Richmond, Texas Whitney McMahan, Lees Summit, Mo. Ashley McMillan, Topeka, Kan. Marilyn McMulkin, Topeka, Kan. Erin Mcnary, Lawrence, Kan. Abby McNaught, Lawrence, Kan. John McNee, Jacksonville, Ark. Valerie McNee, Jacksonville, Ark. Rod McNeill, Denver, Colo. Nancy McNerney, Midland, Texas Gary McPhail, Topeka, Kan. Mary Lou McPhail, Topeka, Kan. Boyd McPherson, Wichita, Kan. Lisa McPherson, Wichita, Kan. Gordon McQuere, Topeka, Kan. Melanie McQuere, Topeka, Kan. Gail McRorie, Hilton Head Island, S.C. Steve McSpadden, Winfield, Kan. Brenda Meagher, Hutchinson, Kan. Gary Meagher, Hutchinson, Kan. Eunice Medcalf, Hiawatha, Kan. Tom Medill, Wichita, Kan. Kathryn Meehan, Topeka, Kan. Kim Meehan, Topeka, Kan. Byron Meeks, Prairie Village, Kan. Connie Meiggs, Leawood, Kan. Sheila Meineke, Topeka, Kan. Bob Meinershagen, Santa Fe, N.M. Mellony Meister, Newton, Kan. J. P. Meitner, Topeka, Kan. Lori Mello, Topeka, Kan. Erin Menard, Burlington, Kan. Burney Mendenhall, Topeka, Kan. Faustino Mendoza, Topeka, Kan. Kina Mendoza, Topeka, Kan. Rita Mendoza, Topeka, Kan. Suzanne Meredith, Topeka, Kan. DeLayne Merritt, Grand Junction, Colo. Martha Merritt, Ridgecrest, Calif. Joyce Merryman, Topeka, Kan. Tim Mesa, Topeka, Kan. Brenda Mesker, Wichita, Kan. Brett Mesker, Wichita, Kan. Don Messer, Topeka, Kan. Greg Messersmith, Belmont, Calif. Dan Metz, Lincoln, Kan. Lee Ann Metzenthin, Topeka, Kan. Paul Metzenthin, Topeka, Kan. Jim Metzger, Topeka, Kan. Blake Meyer, Holton, Kan. Donna Meyer, Andover, Kan. Deidre Michael, Silver Lake, Kan. Jenny Michaels, Topeka, Kan. Jon Michaels, Topeka, Kan. Jill Michaux, Topeka, Kan. Carolyn Middendorf, Topeka, Kan. Joseph Milavec, Topeka, Kan. Jessica Miles, Topeka, Kan. Daniel Millburn, Topeka, Kan. Benny Miller, Shawnee, Kan. Craig Miller, Prairie Village, Kan. Curt Miller, Mission, Kan. David Miller, Topeka, Kan. Donald Miller, Shawnee, Kan.

Jack Miller, Fort Collins, Colo. Lorene Miller, Leawood, Kan. Mandy Miller, Topeka, Kan. Marilyn Miller, Topeka, Kan. Robert Miller, Topeka, Kan. Rose Miller, Kansas City, Kan. Ross Miller, Topeka, Kan. Tondra Miller, Topeka, Kan. Jon Milliken, Ramona, Calif. Alvin Milner, Topeka, Kan. Norma Milner, Topeka, Kan. Joyce Milroy, Omaha, Neb. Leroy Ming, Scranton, Kan. John Minnick, Topeka, Kan. Betty Mitchell, Topeka, Kan. Dennis Mitchell, Lees Summit, Mo. Michael Mitchell, Topeka, Kan. Steve Mock, Sapulpa, Okla. Don Moe, Kuna, Idaho Ali Mohammed Pirali, Topeka, Kan. Erin Mohwinkle, Topeka, Kan. Mo Mohwinkle, Topeka, Kan. Judy Moler, Topeka, Kan. David Monical, Topeka, Kan. Virginia Monroe, Topeka, Kan. Al Moore, La Quinta, Calif. Carolin Moore, Newton, Kan. Connie Moore, La Quinta, Calif. Deborah Moore, Mayetta, Kan. Don Moore, Allentown, Pa. Greg Moore, Castle Rock, Colo. Jo Ann Moore, Eagle, Idaho John Moore, Mayetta, Kan. Lindsey Moore, Great Bend, Kan. Meredith Moore, Topeka, Kan. Mollie Moore, Topeka, Kan. Roger Moore, Topeka, Kan. Sharree Moore, Eastborough, Kan. Stephanie Moore, Olathe, Kan. Susan Moore, Allentown, Pa. Al Moorhead, Los Ranchos, N.M. Rich Moran, Cape Elizabeth, Maine Lesa Morby, Arroyo Grande, Calif. Wayne Moreland, Stafford, Va. Dorothy Morgan, Lakin, Kan. Mary Grace Morgan, Shawnee Mission, Kan. Ted Morgan, Lakin, Kan. James Morley, Rockford, Ill. Sharon Morley, Rockford, Ill. Dale Morris, Abilene, Kan. Dona Morris, Tulsa, Okla. Eddie Morris, Abilene, Kan. Joe Morris, Tulsa, Okla. Peggy Morris, Brentwood, Tenn. Elmo Morrison, Tucson, Ariz. Jon Morrison, Sioux Falls, S.D. Lonny Morrison, Henrietta, Texas Otis Morrow, Arkansas City, Kan. Lori Moser, Topeka, Kan. Robin Moser, Topeka, Kan. Scott Moser, Topeka, Kan. Eva Mosiman, Topeka, Kan. Gene Mosiman, Topeka, Kan. Dave Mosso, Charlotte, N.C. Booker Moten, Bloomfield, Mich. Sue Mowder, Topeka, Kan. Rick Mowrer, Swansea, Ill. Tina Mowrer, Swansea, Ill. Bill Mueller, Winfield, Kan. John Mugler, Topeka, Kan. Lloyd Muilenburg, Topeka, Kan. Mary Muilenburg, Topeka, Kan. Jared Muir, Topeka, Kan. Robert Mulch, Scott City, Kan. John Mullican, Topeka, Kan. Melanie Mullican, Topeka, Kan. Lucas Mullin, Topeka, Kan. Tom Munk, Topeka, Kan. Kent Munzer, Topeka, Kan. Pat Munzer, Topeka, Kan. Ragen Murray, Topeka, Kan. Michael Mustain, Basehor, Kan. John Muther, Topeka, Kan. Doug Muxlow, Topeka, Kan. Brooks Myers, Topeka, Kan. Bruce Myers, Clearwater, Fla. Cortney Myers, Topeka, Kan. Donna Myers, Kansas City, Mo. Mike Myers, Topeka, Kan. Patrick Myers, Berryton, Kan. Stacy Myers, Topeka, Kan. Laura Mzhickteno, Topeka, Kan. Eric Naill, Topeka, Kan. Jenny Naill, Topeka, Kan. Rob Nall, Topeka, Kan. Al Nauman, Topeka, Kan. Kristin Navarre, Prairie Village, Kan.

Edward Navone, Topeka, Kan. Jason Neal, Houston, Texas Michael Neeley, Augusta, Kan. Mark Neis, Topeka, Kan. Bill Neiswanger, Topeka, Kan. Nancy Neiswanger, Topeka, Kan. Sara Neiswanger, Topeka, Kan. David Nelson, Cross Junction, Va. Donald Nelson, Mission Hills, Kan. Linda Nelson, Cross Junction, Va. Kelli Netson, Wichita, Kan. Debbie Newcomer, Topeka, Kan. Steve Newcomer, Topeka, Kan. Marti Newell, Texarkana, Texas Robert Newman, Lompoc, Calif. Marguerite Newton, Wathena, Kan. Dick Ney, Parsons, Kan. Naomi Nibbelink, Topeka, Kan. Beverly Nicholas, Mission, Texas Tasha Nicholas, Hanover, Md. Truman Nicholas, Mission, Texas Betty Nichols, Fort Smith, Ark. Bill Nichols, Topeka, Kan. Ed Nichols, Parker, Colo. Karen Nichols, Parker, Colo. Mary Nichols, Topeka, Kan. Nickie Nichols Stein, Topeka, Kan. Corey Nicholson, Topeka, Kan. Linda Nickel, Topeka, Kan. Mike Nickel, Topeka, Kan. Bryce Nigus, Hiawatha, Kan. Alanna Niles, Malibu, Calif. Larry Niven, Chatsworth, Calif. Mark Noah, Beloit, Kan. Bob Noblitt, Mabank, Texas Ramon Noches, Austin, Texas Carol Noe, Topeka, Kan. Jere Noe, Topeka, Kan. Kipp Noe, Shawnee, Kan. Patricia Noel-Johnson, Newport, Ore. Rita Noll, Council Grove, Kan. Brad Noller, Topeka, Kan. Maxine Noller, Topeka, Kan. Stephen Noller, Shell Knob, Mo. Tiffany Noller, Topeka, Kan. Harry Noon, San Diego, Calif. Carl Nordstrom, Topeka, Kan. Dona Nordstrom, Topeka, Kan. Mark Nordstrom, Topeka, Kan. Jenny Norris, Lawrence, Kan. Brad Norton, Gardner, Kan. Austin Nothern, Topeka, Kan. Marianna Nothern, Topeka, Kan. Larry Nourse, Shawnee, Kan. Myra Nourse, Shawnee, Kan. Charles Nunemaker, Plano, Texas Jeanne Nunn, Lenexa, Kan. Mark Nusbaum, Topeka, Kan. Larry Nuss, Fort Scott, Kan. Carl Nuzman, Silver Lake, Kan. Jan Nuzman, Silver Lake, Kan. Gini Nystrom, Topeka, Kan. Jo Ann O'Brien, Salina, Kan. Kandy Ockree, Topeka, Kan. Robert Ockree, Topeka, Kan. Helen Odgers Davis, Shawnee, Kan. Bill Ogan, Honolulu, Hawaii Dorothy Ogan, Honolulu, Hawaii Jody Olberding, Topeka, Kan. Larry Olberding, Silver Lake, Kan. Charlotte Oldham, Houston, Texas Dale Oldham, Kansas City, Mo. Dave Oldham, Houston, Texas Linda Oldham Burns, Topeka, Kan. Frances Oliva, Topeka, Kan. Marsha Oliver, Topeka, Kan. Jamie Olsen, Topeka, Kan. Kelsey Olsen, Topeka, Kan. Lou Ann Olsen, Topeka, Kan. Tommy Olsen, Topeka, Kan. Vivien Olsen, Saint Marys, Kan. Julie Olson, Topeka, Kan. Jalen O'Neil Lowry, Topeka, Kan. Liz Oppenhuis, Lansing, Ill. Ruth O'Riley, Topeka, Kan. Alex Ornstein, Southfield, Mich. Diana Ortiz, Topeka, Kan. Regina Ortiz, Topeka, Kan. Robert Ortiz, Topeka, Kan. Bob Oshel, Silver Spring, Md. Linda Ossiander, Topeka, Kan. Steve Ossiander, Topeka, Kan. Francis O'Toole, Santa Ana, Calif. Pamela O'Toole, Topeka, Kan. Debbie Otting, Topeka, Kan. Eric Otting, Topeka, Kan. Denise Ottinger, Topeka, Kan. Kathy Otto, Parkton, Md.

Phillip Otto, Parkton, Md. Mat Overbaugh, Hoyt, Kan. Sarah Overbaugh, Hoyt, Kan. Dorothy Overbey, Shel Knob, Mo. Brad Owen, Topeka, Kan. Cindy Owen, Topeka, Kan. Mark Owen, Topeka, Kan. Betsy Packard, Topeka, Kan. Jeanne Page, Lees Summit, Mo. Steve Page, Topeka, Kan. Valerie Paine, Peoria, Ariz. Jack Palace, Juno Beach, Fla. Leslie Palace, Topeka, Kan. Tom Palace, Topeka, Kan. Fred Palenske, Auburn, Kan. Pam Palenske, Auburn, Kan. Gail Palmer, Topeka, Kan. Chris Pannbacker, Washington, Kan. David Pantle, Baltimore, Md. Dean Parker, Ocala, Fla. Jeff Parker, Topeka, Kan. Joe Parker, Portales, N.M. Linda Parker, Topeka, Kan. Linda Parks, Wichita, Kan. Sheridan Parks, Philadelphia, Pa. Dwight Parman, Topeka, Kan. Lisa Parman, Topeka, Kan. Mary Alice Parmley, Topeka, Kan. Donn Parr, Benton, Kan. Don Parry, Waukee, Iowa Larry Patch, Overland Park, Kan. Albert Patten, Denver, Colo. Dick Patterson, Topeka, Kan. Elsiann Patterson, Topeka, Kan. Pat Patterson, Topeka, Kan. Philip Patterson, Long Beach, Calif. Fred Patton, Topeka, Kan. Kim Patton, Topeka, Kan. Orpha Pattridge, Golden, Colo. Nancy Paul, North Palm Beach, Fla. Reuben Paulsen, Overland Park, Kan. Bill Pauzauskie, Topeka, Kan. Sally Pauzauskie, Topeka, Kan. Joseph Pavlich, Shawnee, Kan. Heather Payne, Topeka, Kan. Jim Payne, Oxford, Miss. Jim Payne, Austin, Texas Kathy Payne, Austin, Texas Nena Payne, Berryton, Kan. Peggy Payne Bennett, Dallas, Texas Beverly Peaslee, Topeka, Kan. Cynthia Pederson, Mound City, Mo. Ron Pederson, Mound City, Mo. Nancy Peel, Prairie Village, Kan. Gary Peer, Stephenville, Texas Keith Pelton, Topeka, Kan. Lynne Pelton, Topeka, Kan. Terri Pemberton, Topeka, Kan. Randy Pembrook, Lees Summit, Mo. Rudy Penaranda, Fairless Hills, Pa. Nicole Perkuhn, Topeka, Kan. Jan Perney, Evanston, Ill. Aaron Perry, Wakarusa, Kan. Howard Perry, Riverside, Calif. Iris Perry, Riverside, Calif. Jimmy Pesnell, Bethalto, Ill. Larry Peters, Topeka, Kan. Patti Petersen Klein, Topeka, Kan. Rick Petersen Klein, Topeka, Kan. Doris Peterson, Topeka, Kan. Gary Peterson, Topeka, Kan. Mitch Peterson, Olathe, Kan. Phil Peterson, Fair Play, S.C. Tim Peterson, Topeka, Kan. Vicki Peterson, Topeka, Kan. Sarah Peterson Herr, Topeka, Kan. Dee Petree, Littleton, Colo. Cecil Petterson, Syracuse, Kan. Norma Pettijohn, Topeka, Kan. Roger Pettit, Milwaukee, Wis. Lynette Petty, Lawrence, Kan. Tom Pfannenstiel, Topeka, Kan. Daniel Phelps, Topeka, Kan. Ed Phelps, Leawood, Kan. George Phelps, Topeka, Kan. Sara Phelps, Leawood, Kan. Daphne Phillips, Lawrence, Kan. Kathleen Phillips, Boulder, Colo. Bobette Pierce, Shawnee Mission, Kan. Dave Pierce, Topeka, Kan. Joe Pierce, Topeka, Kan. Martha Pierce, Topeka, Kan. Verna Pierce, Topeka, Kan. Molly Pierson, Saint Louis, Mo. Connie Pigg, Topeka, Kan. Steve Pigg, Topeka, Kan. Fred Pilcher, Las Cruces, N.M. John Pinegar, Topeka, Kan.

Fred Pinkham, Gambrills, Md. Roxie Pitts, Prairie Village, Kan. Suzanne Plante, Whitmore Lake, Mich. Dave Platt, Junction City, Kan. Martha Platt, Richmond, Va. Marsha Plush, Topeka, Kan. Richard Pokorny, Spokane, Wash. Sally Pokorny, Lawrence, Kan. Jeremy Poling, Topeka, Kan. Jennifer Poliquin, Gurnee, Ill. Darlene Pollom, Topeka, Kan. Joe Pollom, Topeka, Kan. Duane Pomeroy, Topeka, Kan. Elwaine Pomeroy, Topeka, Kan. Robert Ponce, Parsons, Kan. Dale Pond, Mooresville, N.C. Dorothy Pooler, Topeka, Kan. Annette Popkess, Topeka, Kan. Ed Popkess, Topeka, Kan. Elaine Porteous, Topeka, Kan. Ginny Porteous, Tucson, Ariz. Jack Porteous, Tucson, Ariz. Kathy Portman, Overland Park, Kan. Brad Post, Eastborough, Kan. Carolyn Post, Eastborough, Kan. Mel Post, Lorena, Texas Eliot Potter, Topeka, Kan. Jack Potter, Vista, Calif. Sherry Potter, Topeka, Kan. Treva Potter, Topeka, Kan. Ruthann Pozez, Tucson, Ariz. Roger Pressgrove, Las Cruces, N.M. Carol Price, Topeka, Kan. Scott Price, Salina, Kan. Thomas Price, Topeka, Kan. Don Prince, Las Vegas, Nev. Beverly Probasco, Topeka, Kan. Lou Probasco, Topeka, Kan. Wayne Probasco, Topeka, Kan. Autumn Prosser, Topeka, Kan. Tom Puckett, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. Joyce Puderbaugh, Coldwater, Kan. Pat Puderbaugh, Coldwater, Kan. Ed Pulliam, Janesville, Wis. Mary Faith Pusey Pankin, Arlington, Va. Barb Quaney, Tecumseh, Kan. Marjorie Quinlan, Omaha, Neb. John Ragsdale, Topeka, Kan. Sarah Rahmeier, Topeka, Kan. Carol Raish, Albuquerque, N.M. Harold Ralston, Augusta, Kan. Linda Ralston, Augusta, Kan. Jonathon Ramirez, Topeka, Kan. Duane Randle, Linn Creek, Mo. Barbara Rankin, Topeka, Kan. Jim Rankin, Topeka, Kan. Jenny Ransom, Topeka, Kan. Dianne Rapp, Derby, Kan. Larry Rapp, Derby, Kan. Betty Rasure, Topeka, Kan. Fred Rausch, Topeka, Kan. Shirley Rausch, Topeka, Kan. Amber Ray, Topeka, Kan. Charles Rayl, Strong City, Kan. Pat Raymond, Tucson, Ariz. Gene Reardon, Boonville, Mo. Jim Reardon, Topeka, Kan. Linda Reardon, Topeka, Kan. Melody Reardon, Boonville, Mo. Michael Reaves, Riley, Kan. Carolyn Rebek, Topeka, Kan. Paul Rebek, Topeka, Kan. Karen Reda, Topeka, Kan. Kenneth Redman, Derby, Kan. Gerrald Reed, Topeka, Kan. Mary Reed, Topeka, Kan. Bob Reeder, Topeka, Kan. Dorothy Reichart, Topeka, Kan. Caleb Reid, Berryton, Kan. Kurt Reid, Topeka, Kan. Megan Reid, Topeka, Kan. Jo Reilly, Topeka, Kan. John Reilly, Topeka, Kan. Michele Reisinger, Havensville, Kan. Blake Reitz, Dallas, Texas Bonnie Renfrow, Tucson, Ariz. Gary Renick, Saint Joseph, Minn. Mary Ann Renner-Eschmann, Topeka, Kan. Gary Reser, Topeka, Kan. Kathy Reser, Topeka, Kan. Harold Ressler, Beaumont, Calif. Elena Rettiger-Lincoln, Strong City, Kan. Darrell Revell, Overbrook, Kan. Douglas Reynolds, Topeka, Kan. Helen Reynolds, Dodge City, Kan. Jay Don Reynolds, Dodge City, Kan. Jim Reynolds, South Pasadena, Calif.

Linda Reynolds, Topeka, Kan. Lissa Reynolds, South Pasadena, Calif. Mike Reynolds, Topeka, Kan. Vicki Reynolds, Chicago, Ill. Kelly Rhoades, Ottawa, Kan. Brad Rhoden, Topeka, Kan. Marla Rhoden, Topeka, Kan. Bob Rhodes, Clovis, Calif. Claude Rice, Overland Park, Kan. Kay Richards, Pomona, Calif. William Richards, Topeka, Kan. Bethany Richardson, Topeka, Kan. David Richardson, Overland Park, Kan. Harold Richardson, Montgomery, Ala. Florence Richey, Shoal Creek, Ala. Navella Richey, Topeka, Kan. Ron Richey, Topeka, Kan. Bob Richmond, Topeka, Kan. Jack Richmond, San Antonio, Texas Laura Richmond, San Antonio, Texas Len Richter, Topeka, Kan. Terry Richter, Topeka, Kan. Lori Rilat, El Paso, Texas Richard Ring, Tyler, Texas Bruce Ringwood, Independence, Mo. Carolyn Ritchey, Topeka, Kan. Gayle Ritchie Domine, Dallas, Texas Richard Rittier, New York, N.Y. Bill Roach, Lawrence, Kan. Mary Roach, Lawrence, Kan. Nick Roach, Topeka, Kan. Joe Robb, Newton, Kan. John Robb, Newton, Kan. Pudgie Robb, Wakarusa, Kan. Ron Robb, Wakarusa, Kan. Carol Roberts, Topeka, Kan. Christina Roberts, Stillwater, Okla. Glenna Roberts, Aurora, Colo. Jennifer Roberts, Woodbridge, Va. Johnathan Roberts, Topeka, Kan. Keith Roberts, Woodbridge, Va. Leroy Roberts, Augusta, Kan. Steve Roberts, Topeka, Kan. Wally Roberts, Topeka, Kan. Ed Robertson, Topeka, Kan. Emery Robertson, Las Vegas, Nev. Sylvia Robertson, Evergreen, Colo. Alice Robinson, Chanute, Kan. Allan Robinson, Tecumseh, Kan. Dave Robinson, Chanute, Kan. Joyce Robinson, Tecumseh, Kan. Karen Robinson, Topeka, Kan. Mal Robinson, Topeka, Kan. Jean Robison, Topeka, Kan. Tom Robison, Topeka, Kan. Don Robson, Vail, Ariz. Darrell Rodenbaugh, Plano, Texas Larry Rodrick, Independence, Kan. Margie Rodrick, Independence, Kan. Yvonne Rodriguez, Topeka, Kan. Bob Roe, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Roehl, Lawrence, Kan. Don Roehl, Lawrence, Kan. Bob Roenbaugh, Phoenix, Ariz. Cindy Rogers, Topeka, Kan. Dick Rogers, Topeka, Kan. Jane Rogers, Lawrence, Kan. Jerry Rogers, Lawrence, Kan. Jud Rogers, Knoxville, Tenn. Shelby Rogers, Kansas City, Mo. Terry Rogers, Lincoln, Neb. Karen Rokala, Denver, Colo. Nancy Rolin, Meriden, Kan. Steven Rolin, Meriden, Kan. Alan Rolley, Vero Beach, Fla. Ann Rolley, Vero Beach, Fla. Angel Romero, Topeka, Kan. Jane Romig, Tecumseh, Kan. Pam Romig, Topeka, Kan. Tom Romig, Tecumseh, Kan. Tom Romig, Topeka, Kan. Dana Rooney, Topeka, Kan. Kate Rooney, Arlington, Va. Billy Rork, Topeka, Kan. Lynda Rosander, Westmoreland, Kan. Deborah Rose, Overbrook, Kan. Verna Rose, Shawnee, Kan. Avanell Roseberry, Topeka, Kan. Jennifer Rose-Long, Lecompton, Kan. Frances Roskam, Wichita, Kan. Al Ross, Mission, Kan. Al Ross, East Greenwich, R.I. Charles Ross, Topeka, Kan. Doris Ross, Topeka, Kan. Gary Ross, Ballwin, Mo. Gretta Ross, Mission, Kan. Julie Ross, Overland Park, Kan. Marcia Ross, Fort Collins, Colo.

Mark Ross, Overland Park, Kan. Richard Ross, Topeka, Kan. Walter Ross, Smithfield, Va. Sally Roth, Wichita, Kan. Shayla Rottinghaus, Topeka, Kan. Joanne Roudebush, Topeka, Kan. Phil Roudebush, Topeka, Kan. Lee Routledge, Mount Laurel, N.J. Bob Rowley, Houston, Texas Mary Rowley, Houston, Texas Rose Rozmiarek, Overbrook, Kan. Linda Rubow, Chanute, Kan. Dorothy Rumbley, Topeka, Kan. Phyllis Rumsey, Maryville, Mo. Kay Rute, Topeka, Kan. Larry Rute, Topeka, Kan. Carrie Rutherford, Topeka, Kan. Cyndi Ryan, Topeka, Kan. Kay Ryan, Topeka, Kan. Richard Ryan, Topeka, Kan. Rick Ryan, Topeka, Kan. Joe Rygielski, Loudonville, Ohio Frank Sabatini, Topeka, Kan. Judith Sabatini, Topeka, Kan. Becky Sabel, Topeka, Kan. Rick Sabel, Topeka, Kan. Kathy Sachen-Gute, Scottsdale, Ariz. Kathryn Sagar, Topeka, Kan. Arlyn Sage, Rossville, Kan. Brad Sager, Mission, Kan. Stan Sager, Albuquerque, N.M. Bob Salmon, Topeka, Kan. Philip Salter, Banora Point, Australia Henry Sandate, Shawnee, Kan. Becky Sanders, Topeka, Kan. Jim Sanders, Topeka, Kan. Georgia Sandlin, Topeka, Kan. Gaylord Sanneman, Sublette, Kan. Mark Satterfield, Olathe, Kan. Nicole Sauer, Topeka, Kan. Roy Saunders, Tulsa, Okla. Joy Sayers, Peoria, Ariz. Libby Scarborough, Lenexa, Kan. Angela Schaefer-Proctor, Manhattan, Kan. Marcia Schaper, Sarasota, Fla. Kristin Schartz, Wichita, Kan. Monica Scheibmeir, Topeka, Kan. Pat Scherzer, Kansas City, Kan. Kristi Scheve, Topeka, Kan. Stephen Schiffelbein, Topeka, Kan. Teresa Schiffelbein, Topeka, Kan. Pamela Schilling, Lawrence, Kan. Nicole Schings, Topeka, Kan. Mark Schmidt, Kansas City, Mo. Michael Schmidt, Topeka, Kan. Rebecca Schmidt, Pullman, Wash. Rod Schmidt, Olathe, Kan. Vicki Schmidt, Topeka, Kan. Emily Schmitt, Columbia, Mo. Jeffrey Schmitt, Rockwall, Texas Judy Schmitt, Mount Juliet, Tenn. Lora Schmitt, Rockwall, Texas Tom Schmitt, Mount Juliet, Tenn. Ericah Schmucker, Alexandria, Va. Jon Schmucker, Alexandria, Va. Don Schnacke, Topeka, Kan. Joline Schnacker, Meriden, Kan. Alison Schneider, Topeka, Kan. Ron Schneider, Topeka, Kan. Gregory Schoenberg, Topeka, Kan. Patti Schoenrock, Junction City, Kan. Margaret Schrader-Ford, Topeka, Kan. Randy Schrag, Wichita, Kan. Patricia Schroder, Lenexa, Kan. Rick Schroder, Lenexa, Kan. John Schroff, Waynesboro, Miss. Mary Schroff, Waynesboro, Miss. Margaret Schroll, Fort Worth, Texas Lee Schubert, Far Hills, N.J. Pamela Schuetz, Topeka, Kan. Jeanie Schuler, Topeka, Kan. Marvin Schulteis, Lawrence, Kan. Genell Schultes, Topeka, Kan. Larry Schultz, Topeka, Kan. Cheryl Schuster, Omaha, Neb. Mary Schuster, Topeka, Kan. Mike Schuster, Omaha, Neb. Bill Schutte, Leawood, Kan. Lynne Schutte, Leawood, Kan. Bret Schwarz, Aurora, Neb. Lisa Schwarz, Topeka, Kan. Brenda Schweer, Lawrence, Kan. Ron Schweer, Lawrence, Kan. Ed Schwemmer, Huntsville, Ala. Danny Scott, Marietta, Ga. Dorothy Scott, Laguna Beach, Calif. Jay Scott, Hays, Kan. Pat Scott, Horton, Kan.

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Randall Scott, Topeka, Kan. Ruth Scott, Topeka, Kan. Fran Scrimsher, Topeka, Kan. Amand Dee Scully, Topeka, Kan. Virginia Seebeck, Shawnee Mission, Kan. Val Seely, Idaho Falls, Idaho James Seem, Topeka, Kan. Ruby Sell, APO, AE Al Sellen, Lawrence, Kan. Donna Sellen, Atlanta, Ga. Jane Sellen, Lawrence, Kan. Steve Sellers, Lexington, Mo. Laura Semler, Topeka, Kan. Edward Serrano, Topeka, Kan. Fulva Seufert, Topeka, Kan. Grant Seusy, Topeka, Kan. Alanna Seymour, Topeka, Kan. Margeaux Seymour, Topeka, Kan. Fran Seymour-Hunter, Topeka, Kan. Adella Shafer, San Francisco, Calif. Josh Shald, Phoenix, Ariz. Kathryn Shartz, Lawrence, Kan. Gloria Shaw, Concord, Calif. Caitlin Shea, Topeka, Kan. Bill Sheahan, Topeka, Kan. Marsha Sheahan, Topeka, Kan. John Sheehan, Topeka, Kan. Susan Sheehan, Topeka, Kan. Mark Sheeks, Olathe, Kan. Marty Shepherd, Fair Oaks, Calif. Neil Shepherd, Fair Oaks, Calif. Grace Shepler, Topeka, Kan. Liesl Sheppard, Falcon, Colo. Jesse Sherer, Rossville, Kan. Lori Shermoen, Wamego, Kan. Rich Shermoen, Wamego, Kan. Richard Shermoen, Topeka, Kan. Marie Sherrard, Topeka, Kan. John Sherwood, Wichita, Kan. Maribell Shevlin, Topeka, Kan. John Shideler, Huntsville, Texas Martha Shimp, Salina, Kan. Justan Shinkle, Wichita, Kan. Shelby Shinkle, Wichita, Kan. Janet Shivers, Kansas City, Mo. Kelvin Shivers, Kansas City, Mo. John Shobe, Thornton, Colo. Mary Kaye Shobe, Thornton, Colo. Elise Short, Topeka, Kan. Carolyn Shriver, Topeka, Kan. Jack Shriver, Topeka, Kan. Emily Shubin, Overland Park, Kan. Jon Shubin, Overland Park, Kan. Phil Shull, Bel Aire, Kan. Jack Shutt, Topeka, Kan. Laura Sidlinger, Topeka, Kan. Don Sieve, Fort Worth, Texas Kristie Sigle, Topeka, Kan. Norma Sikes, Topeka, Kan. Marvin Silver, Burlingame, Calif. Keith Silvers Shawnee Kan. James Silvia, Park Forest, Ill. Treva Simmons, Manhattan, Kan. Ruth Simnitt, Topeka, Kan. Terry Simnitt, Topeka, Kan. Herm Simon, Topeka, Kan. Alan Simons, Bellevue, Wash. Jack Simpson, Wichita, Kan. James Simpson, Bowie, Md. Matthew Simpson, Topeka, Kan. Wally Sue Simpson, Wichita, Kan. Buddy Sims, Edwards, Colo. James Sims, Topeka, Kan. Lawrence Sims, Topeka, Kan. Curt Sittenauer, Topeka, Kan. Jill Sittenauer, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Skipper, Bandera, Texas Mitchell Slagle, Lees Summit, Mo. John Slater, Fresno, Calif. Brad Slease, Wilmington, Del. Barbara Slimmer, Topeka, Kan. Gary Slimmer, Topeka, Kan. Eldon Sloan, Topeka, Kan. Jim Sloan, Topeka, Kan. Chuck Slocum, Topeka, Kan. Doris Slocum, Topeka, Kan. Peggy Sloyer, Lenexa, Kan. Jeanne Slusher, Topeka, Kan. Michael Slusher, Topeka, Kan. Eric Slusser, Marietta, Ga. Betty Smith, Wichita, Kan. Betty Smith, Valley Center, Kan. Brady Smith, Topeka, Kan. Brandon Smith, Denver, Colo. Brian Smith, Topeka, Kan. D.L. Smith, Topeka, Kan. Dianna Smith, Topeka, Kan. Dick Smith, Green Valley, Ariz.

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Fredric Smith, Junction City, Kan. Gayle Smith, Topeka, Kan. Gerd Smith, Asheville, N.C. Karen Smith, Topeka, Kan. Katelyn Smith, Topeka, Kan. Laura Smith, Topeka, Kan. Mark Smith, Topeka, Kan. Martha Smith, Topeka, Kan. Mary Smith, Topeka, Kan. Paul Smith, Topeka, Kan. Ralph Smith, Chandler, Ariz. Russ Smith, Lawrence, Kan. Shelby Smith, Wichita, Kan. Shelley Smith, Sabetha, Kan. Suzy Smith, Topeka, Kan. Thomas Smith, Kansas City, Kan. Jean Smith Simmons, Denver, Colo. Chuck Smrha, Tecumseh, Kan. Jennifer Smutny, Topeka, Kan. Bill Sneed, Auburn, Kan. Diane Sneed, Auburn, Kan. Michael Snell, Lawrence, Kan. Sally Snell, Lawrence, Kan. Donald Snoddy, Omaha, Neb. Peggy Snook, Topeka, Kan. Steve Snook, Topeka, Kan. Jim Snyder, Topeka, Kan. John Solbach, Lawrence, Kan. David Sollars, Topeka, Kan. Tricia Sollars, Topeka, Kan. Wanda Sorber, Topeka, Kan. Ed Soule, Topeka, Kan. Judy Soule, Topeka, Kan. Grant Sourk, Topeka, Kan. Jennifer Sourk, Topeka, Kan. Sarah Sowers, Topeka, Kan. Candice Spacek, Topeka, Kan. Connie Spain, Berryton, Kan. Dick Spain, Berryton, Kan. Shannon Spangler, Kechi, Kan. Tanner Speake, Topeka, Kan. Eileen Spears, Paola, Kan. Lenora Speer, Stanwood, Iowa Carol Spencer, Ramona, Calif. Jeffrey Spencer, Topeka, Kan. Jim Spencer, Ramona, Calif. Donna Spicer, Wakarusa, Kan. Lois Spring, Topeka, Kan. Becky Springer, Topeka, Kan. Al Sproul, Round Rock, Texas Emily Spurlock, Topeka, Kan. Sandi St. Denis, Leawood, Kan. Catherine St. John, Topeka, Kan. Chris St. John, Topeka, Kan. David St. John, Topeka, Kan. Glenn St. John, Edmond, Okla. Hayden St. John, Topeka, Kan. Susan St. John, Topeka, Kan. Trudy St. John, Topeka, Kan. Don Staab, Victoria, Kan. Gerald Staab, Leawood, Kan. Pam Stabler, The Woodlands, Texas Johnny Stadler, Topeka, Kan. Wendy Stafford, Topeka, Kan. Bill Stahl, Junction City, Kan. Gladie Stalker, Carmichael, Calif. John Stambaugh, Berryton, Kan. Larry Stambaugh, San Diego, Calif. Harlan Stamper, Prairie Village, Kan. Anne Starbuck, Topeka, Kan. Chad Starbuck, Cottonwood Heights, Utah Mary Ann Starbuck, Topeka, Kan. Scott Starbuck, Topeka, Kan. Marjory Starkweather, Kaysville, Utah Becky Stauffer, Topeka, Kan. Lou Steck, Fresno, Calif. Troy Stedman, Overland Park, Kan. Cristi Steeves, Topeka, Kan. Guy Steier, Clyde, Kan. Joseph Stein, Topeka, Kan. Duane Steinle, Topeka, Kan. Mary Lou Steinle, Topeka, Kan. Cash Sterling, Topeka, Kan. Tim Stevens, Topeka, Kan. Carol Stevenson, Bethany Beach, Del. Debbie Stewart, Topeka, Kan. Jan Stewart, Shell Knob, Mo. Jane Stewart, Berryton, Kan. Mike Stewart, Berryton, Kan. Warren Stewart, Sanford, N.C. Esther Stiger, Arroyo Grande, Calif. Jim Stinson, Topeka, Kan. Maureen Stinson, Topeka, Kan. David Stivers, Park City, Kan. Niki Stivers, Park City, Kan. Bob Stoffer, Bella Vista, Ark. Jeff Stone, Greendale, Wis.

Paige Stonerock, Overland Park, Kan. D. J. Stoops, Flagstaff, Ariz. Kathryn Stoops, Flagstaff, Ariz. Bob Storey, Topeka, Kan. Roger Stover, Kerrville, Texas Dillon Strohm, Prairie Village, Kan. Damian Strohmeyer, Lexington, Mass. Amber Stroud, Topeka, Kan. Jacque Stroud, Topeka, Kan. Jan Stuck, Topeka, Kan. Jim Stuck, Topeka, Kan. Alan Stueve, Topeka, Kan. Paul Stuewe, Lawrence, Kan. Janet Stuke, Tonganoxie, Kan. Jim Stuke, Tonganoxie, Kan. Dee Suddarth, Shawnee, Kan. Kelli Sullivan, Topeka, Kan. Thad Sullivan, Topeka, Kan. Theresa Sullivan, Highlands Ranch, Colo. Clyde Sumerlin, Topeka, Kan. Jacki Summerson, Topeka, Kan. Phil Summerson, Olathe, Kan. Ward Summerville, Bradenton, Fla. Terry Sumner, Richardson, Texas Nan Sun, Topeka, Kan. Donald Surmeier, Colby, Kan. John Sutherland, Mound City, Kan. William Sutton, McKinney, Texas Lila Swafford, Topeka, Kan. John Swain, Topeka, Kan. Jack Swartz, Phoenix, Ariz. Lloyd Swartz, Topeka, Kan. Nadine Swartz, Phoenix, Ariz. Dan Swearingen, Topeka, Kan. Pat Swearingen, Topeka, Kan. Kevin Sweeney, Southlake, Texas Ed Swift, Topeka, Kan. Megan Swink, Mission, Kan. JoAnna Swoyer, Chesapeake, Va. Ann Sybert, Hudson, Colo. John Sykes, Charleston, S.C. Scott Tabbert, Topeka, Kan. Sharon Tabor, Topeka, Kan. Bob Taggart, Topeka, Kan. Jeanne Taggart, Topeka, Kan. Marvin Tangney, Stafford, Kan. Karen Tanking, Hiawatha, Kan. Nancy Tate, Topeka, Kan. Brandy Taylor, Trout, La. D. W. Taylor, Topeka, Kan. Diane Taylor, Topeka, Kan. Dot Taylor, Topeka, Kan. Eric Taylor, Olathe, Kan. Peter Taylor, Arlington, Va. Richard Taylor, Topeka, Kan. Wayne Taylor, Topeka, Kan. Ann Tenpenny, Topeka, Kan. Amy Teply, Topeka, Kan. Jeffrey Teply, Topeka, Kan. Joyce Terrill, Auburn, Kan. Rick Terrill, Auburn, Kan. Jaime Teske, Topeka, Kan. Bernice Testa, Raleigh, N.C. Lee Thaete, Shawnee Mission, Kan. Jo Anne Theimer, McKinleyville, Calif. Kelsey Thiessen, Topeka, Kan. Dave Thoman, Albany, N.Y. Evan Thomas, Topeka, Kan. Frank Thomas, Iola, Kan. Kenva Thomas, Topeka, Kan. Lynda Thomas, Collierville, Tenn. Teresa Thomas, Topeka, Kan. Christine Thompson, Wamego, Kan. Dennis Thompson, Topeka, Kan. Dodge Thompson, Washington, D.C. JoAnn Thompson, Topeka, Kan. Joy Thompson, Topeka, Kan. Lori Thompson, Topeka, Kan. Lydia Thompson, Topeka, Kan. Lynn Thompson, Topeka, Kan. Mark Thompson, Philadelphia, Pa. Niel Thompson, Topeka, Kan. Richard Thompson, Dripping Springs, Texas Sallie Thompson, Topeka, Kan. Sarah Thompson, Topeka, Kan. Dick Thornburg, Topeka, Kan. Linda Thornburg, Topeka, Kan. Annette Thornburgh, Topeka, Kan. Ron Thornburgh, Topeka, Kan. Bob Thorp, Georgetown, Texas Mary Thorp, Georgetown, Texas Glenda Thurber, Topeka, Kan. Cristen Tilden, Topeka, Kan. Bethe Titsworth, Topeka, Kan. Carl Titsworth, Topeka, Kan. Rachel Titsworth, Grand Junction, Colo. David Titus, Broken Arrow, Okla.

Adam Toby, Decatur, Ill. Dallas Todd, Carmel, Ind. Louise Todd, Carmel, Ind. Nancy Toedman, Sabetha, Kan. Nancy Toelkes, Topeka, Kan. Martin Toews, Washington, D.C. Becky Tolbert-Ernst, Topeka, Kan. Judy Tomei, Lawrence, Kan. Mike Tomei, Lawrence, Kan. Phillip Tomlinson, Topeka, Kan. Bette Tompkins Aley, Topeka, Kan. Ellen Townsend, Topeka, Kan. Kent Townsend, Topeka, Kan. Amber Traphagan, Topeka, Kan. Jack Travis, Kansas City, Mo. Mary Ann Travis, Kansas City, Mo. Robin Trembley, Aurora, Colo. Robert Tresslar, Indianapolis, Ind. J.R. Treto, Chicago, Ill. David Tripp, Leawood, Kan. June Truan, Topeka, Kan. Katherine Trueman, St. Louis, Mo. Andrea Trupp, Topeka, Kan. Dick Trupp, Topeka, Kan. Jeanne Trupp, Topeka, Kan. Rob Trupp, Topeka, Kan. Monna Trusdale Bulkley, Topeka, Kan. John Tucker, Beaumont, Texas Vita Tucker, Burlingame, Kan. Linda Tuller, Topeka, Kan. Tyler Tunnell, Topeka, Kan. Judith Turgeon, El MacEro, Calif. Mary Turnbull, Topeka, Kan. Jim Turner, Topeka, Kan. Susan Turner, Topeka, Kan. Tom Turpin, Westpoint, Ind. Megan Twait, Overland Park, Kan. Corina Tynsky, Topeka, Kan. Justin Tynsky, Topeka, Kan. Phil Tysinger, Topeka, Kan. Loren Ubel, Wamego, Kan. Meyer Ueoka, Wailuku, Hawaii Paul Ueoka, Wailuku, Hawaii David Uhrlaub, Lincoln, Neb. Richard Uhrlaub, Lakewood, Colo. Duane Ulrich, West Hills, Calif. Roger Underwood, Topeka, Kan. Jeff Ungerer, Topeka, Kan. Jim Ungerer, Louisburg, Kan. Kathy Ungerer, Overland Park, Kan. Chad Unrein, Topeka, Kan. Heather Unrein, Topeka, Kan. Susan Uphoff, Winston Salem, N.C. Erin Urban, Saint Louis, Mo. Gail Urban, Manhattan, Kan. Jay Urban, Omaha, Neb. Donna Urbom-McClure, Topeka, Kan. Rocky Vacek, Topeka, Kan. Angela Valdivia, Topeka, Kan. Anthony Valenti, Kansas City, Mo. Melissa Van Horn, Lawrence, Kan. Danielle Van Laeys, Saint George, Kan. Jess Van Laeys, Overland Park, Kan. Dick Vanderwall, Fort Wayne, Ind. Roger VanHoozer, Springfield, Mo. Janet Vant-Leven, Warrensburg, Mo. Frank VanVleck, Peoria, Ariz. Lilly Varner, Overbrook, Kan. Ashley Vaughan, Olathe, Kan. John Vaughn, Tahlequah, Okla. Joyce Vaughn, Tahlequah, Okla. Shirley Vaughn, Chanute, Kan. Raymond Vaught, Topeka, Kan. Charles Vausbinder, Topeka, Kan. Jeanne Vawter, Topeka, Kan. Russ Vawter, Topeka, Kan. H. Venkat, Topeka, Kan. Alice Vernon, Topeka, Kan. Gayle Vernon, Topeka, Kan. Tom Vesper, Edmond, Okla. Arlene Vickers, Topeka, Kan. Bill Vickrey, Sherman, Texas Gil Viets, Indianapolis, Ind. Joyce Viets, Indianapolis, Ind. Rachael Vilander Tomes, Topeka, Kan. Tam Vincent, Topeka, Kan. Debbie Vinning, Topeka, Kan. Cheri Virag, Lansing, Mich. Tal Vivian, Yorktown, Va. Carol Vogel, Topeka, Kan. Jim Vogel, Topeka, Kan. Pat Vogelsberg, Topeka, Kan. James Voigts, Henderson, Nev. John Voisinet, Newport Beach, Calif. Steven Voisinet, Plano, Texas Jesey Vopata, Topeka, Kan. Jim Vopata, Topeka, Kan. Al Ray Vossen, Topeka, Kan.

Lavon Vossen, Topeka, Kan. Martin Vytlacil, Meriden, Kan. Kathryn Wachsman, New York, N.Y. Marianne Wagaman, Topeka, Kan. Conant Wait, Topeka, Kan. Mickie Wait, Topeka, Kan. Lawrence Wakley, Henderson, Nev. Megan Walawender, Lenexa, Kan. Janet Walbert, Lenexa, Kan. Ronald Walker, Topeka, Kan. Steven Walker, Cayucos, Calif. Melodee Wallace, Berryton, Kan. Stephen Wallace, Venice, Fla. Joan Walrafen, Topeka, Kan. Ty Walrod, San Francisco, Calif. Denise Walsh, Topeka, Kan. Amanda Walter, Topeka, Kan. Margaret Walter, Topeka, Kan. Norris Walter, Chandler, Ariz. Whitney Walter, Topeka, Kan. Marjorie Walton, Lawrence, Kan. Patsy Walz, Topeka, Kan. Carly Wang, Topeka, Kan. Mary Dorsey Wanless, Topeka, Kan. Howie Ward, Topeka, Kan. Marilyn Ward, Topeka, Kan. Mark Ward, Fort Scott, Kan. Harry Ware, Topeka, Kan. Alan Warner, Auburn, Kan. Bob Warner, Thornton, Colo. Elizabeth Warner, Auburn, Kan. Esther Warner, Wichita, Kan. Tom Warner, Wichita, Kan. Charles Warren, Hiawatha, Kan. Dale Warren, Topeka, Kan. Dan Warren, Topeka, Kan. Joyce Warren, Topeka, Kan. Maggie Warren, Topeka, Kan. Ron Wasserstein, Burke, Va. Barbara Waterman-Peters, Topeka, Kan. Ken Waters, Topeka, Kan. Sheryl Waters, Topeka, Kan. Chris Watkins, Springfield, Mo. Bette Watson, Topeka, Kan. Myrna Watson, Topeka, Kan. Larry Waye, Shawnee, Kan. Jim Wayland, Georgetown, Texas Kent Weatherby, Shawnee, Kan. John Weaver, Topeka, Kan. Lynn Weaver, Topeka, Kan. Marianne Webb, Carbondale, Ill. Robert Webb, Topeka, Kan. Ed Webber, Topeka, Kan. John Weber, Topeka, Kan. Gary Weckbaugh, Topeka, Kan. Jane Weeden, Topeka, Kan. Steven Weeks, Cincinnati, Ohio Bob Weibel, Topeka, Kan. Daryl Weibel, Topeka, Kan. Linda Weibel, Topeka, Kan. Sandy Weibel, Topeka, Kan. Ed Weigel, Topeka, Kan. Dennis Weinberg, Porto Alegre, Brazil Jayme Weis, Wetmore, Kan. Jerry Welborn, Murrysville, Pa. Lori Welch, Topeka, Kan. Michael Welch, Topeka, Kan. Elaine Wellborn, Topeka, Kan. Stanley Wellborn, Washington, D.C. Barbara Weller, Montclair, N.J. Elena Wenger, Topeka, Kan. Kellie Wessling, Olathe, Kan. Kerri West, Arvada, Colo. Kilie West, Manhattan, Kan. Diane Westerhaus, Topeka, Kan. Mike Wheatley, Barrington, Ill. Ed Wheeler, Sarasota, Fla. Ro Wheeler, Sarasota, Fla. Cheryl Whelan, Topeka, Kan. Richard Whelan, Overland Park, Kan. Bob Whiffen, Topeka, Kan. Barbara White, Topeka, Kan. Bev White, Wheat Ridge, Colo. Gary White, Topeka, Kan. R. Steven White, Osage City, Kan. Rita White, Tulsa, Okla. Brooke Whitehill, Olathe, Kan. Thomas Whitmer, Topeka, Kan. Larry Whitt, Dallas, Texas Mary Lou Whitt, Dallas, Texas Sally Whitten, Fryeburg, Maine Jennifer Wiard, Kansas City, Kan. Jim Wight, Matfield Green, Kan. Nancy Wight, Matfield Green, Kan. David Wiksten, Topeka, Kan. Joan Wiksten, Topeka, Kan. Tiffany Wiles, Topeka, Kan. Carolyn Wiley, Topeka, Kan.


AT A GLANCE Where alumni live

Are you curious where fellow Ichabods live? How dues-paid members support the Alumni Association? How many alumni are dues-paid members of the Alumni Association? Below are three graphs that give you a quick overview of your alumni association.

Topeka: 31% Kansas: 31% Other: 38%

How membership dues are spent

Communications: 75% Alumni Events: 16% Scholarships: 6% Miscellaneous: 3%

Dues-paid members Annual: Life: Total:


Tawney Willett, Wheat Ridge, Colo. Amanda Williams, Lansing, Kan. Carol Williams, Prairie Village, Kan. Janis Williams, Topeka, Kan. Jeny Williams, Mobile, Ala. Jerry Williams, Mobile, Ala. Mike Williams, Alexandria, Va. Rick Williamson, Abilene, Kan. Betty Willis, Gallatin, Tenn. Bob Willis, Gallatin, Tenn. Doug Wilmore, Kilauea, Hawaii Kathleen Wilmore, Topeka, Kan. Barbara Wilson, Manhattan, Kan. Deborah Wilson, Topeka, Kan. Janet Wilson, Topeka, Kan. Larry Wilson, Topeka, Kan. Larry Wilson, Topeka, Kan. Mike Wilson, Wichita, Kan. Sara Wilson, Oswego, Kan. Shirley Wilson, Topeka, Kan. Tom Wilson, Salina, Kan. Tom Wilson, Topeka, Kan.

2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 1,608 1,601 1,541 1,601 1,643 1,321 1,302 1,307 1,312 1,329 2,929 2,903 2,848 2,913 2,972 08




Glen Winchell, Arden Hills, Minn. Dennis Wing, Sedalia, Colo. Patricia Wing, Sedalia, Colo. Ryan Winrick, Topeka, Kan. Donna Winslow, Topeka, Kan. Mit Winter, Topeka, Kan. Robert Winter, Truman, Minn. Susan Winter, Topeka, Kan. Mark Winters, Millington, Tenn. Stan Wisdom, Wichita, Kan. Fran Wise, Scottsdale, Ariz. Paul Wise, Scottsdale, Ariz. Dennis Wiseman, Topeka, Kan. Jeannie Wiseman, Topeka, Kan. Larry Witham, North Anson, Maine Cullen Witt, Topeka, Kan. Harold Witt, Winter Park, Fla. Jerry Wittmer, Topeka, Kan. Sandy Wittmer, Topeka, Kan. Roy Wohl, Topeka, Kan. John Wohlfarth, Charlotte, N.C. Sharon Wohlfarth, Charlotte, N.C.





Phil Wolfe, Topeka, Kan. Bridget Wood, Topeka, Kan. Ed Wood, Topeka, Kan. John Wood, Bronxville, N.Y. Robert Wood, Topeka, Kan. Teri Wood, Bronxville, N.Y. Gary Woodman, Wichita, Kan. Sally Woodman, Wichita, Kan. James Woodson, Los Angeles, Calif. Dorothy Woody, St. Johns, Fla. Eli Woody, Topeka, Kan. Linda Woolf, Topeka, Kan. Bruce Works, Topeka, Kan. Marcia Works, Topeka, Kan. Mark Works, Topeka, Kan. Mike Worswick, Topeka, Kan. Mary Wortman, Topeka, Kan. Kent Wray, Rolla, Mo. Cathy Wrenick, Topeka, Kan. Rudy Wrenick, Topeka, Kan. Chuck Wright, Topeka, Kan. Doug Wright, Topeka, Kan.







Greg Wright, Tyler, Texas Justin Wright, Topeka, Kan. Keron Wright, Kansas City, Mo. Linda Wright, Tyler, Texas Binbin Wu, Topeka, Kan. Gene Wunder, Topeka, Kan. Lara Wunder, Brandon, Fla. Ron Wurtz, Topeka, Kan. Gary Yager, Topeka, Kan. Widge Yager, Topeka, Kan. Mark Yardley, Berryton, Kan. Sheree Yardley, Berryton, Kan. John Ybarra, Topeka, Kan. John Ybarra, Topeka, Kan. Emily Yessen, Lawrence, Kan. Paul Yockey, Swannanoa, N.C. Karen Yokley, West Hills, Calif. Nancy York, Virginia Beach, Va. Alice Young, Topeka, Kan. Frankie Young, Richmond, Va. Theresa Young, Manhattan, Kan. Brandi Youse, Topeka, Kan.

Dawn Zabel, Topeka, Kan. Rita Zachariasen, Sugar Land, Texas Jim Zeferjahn, Topeka, Kan. Janell Zeiler, Topeka, Kan. Jeffrey Zeiler, Topeka, Kan. Curtis Zeitelhack, Phoenix, Ariz. Bridget Zeller, Irving, Texas Daryl Zeller, Bartlesville, Okla. Karen Zeller, Arkansas City, Kan. Mike Zemites, Fredericksburg, Va. Baili Zhang, Topeka, Kan. Bobbie Ziegler, San Antonio, Texas Janet Zima, Topeka, Kan. Joe Zima, Topeka, Kan. Angel Zimmerman, Topeka, Kan. Jim Zimmerman, Topeka, Kan. Larry Zimmerman, Topeka, Kan. Bill Zirger, Lenexa, Kan. Millie Zirger, Lenexa, Kan. Angelo Zuniga, Overland Park, Kan. Suzanne Zurn, Reston, Va. Fred Zweifel, Centennial, Colo.

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