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From the

 am honored to serve as chair of DePauw’s Board of

Trustees at this important time in the University’s
history. I want to commend the previous board
chair, James B. Stewart Jr. ’73, who provided
admirable leadership, including working with
trustees, administrators and faculty members to conduct
a comprehensive review of the mission, goals and resources
In addition to viewing progress on these facilities,
alumni heard a panel presentation about Strengthening
DePauw’s Greek system. I was fortunate to be a member
of the Trustees’ Greek Committee that reviewed the report
of the Greek Fact-Finding Commission, so I can personally
attest to the opportunity we have to provide a healthy and
secure learning and living environment for all DePauw
of the University and develop an effective five-year strategic students. You can read more in this magazine about the
plan, Securing Our Legacy. We are nearing the midpoint actions the trustees have taken to support the Greek system.
of the strategic plan, and a significant amount has already R. David Hoover The trustees are firmly committed to keeping DePauw and
been accomplished. Now is a good time to evaluate further opportuni- its Greek system as leaders in the national Greek community.
ties for DePauw. Progress has been made on another strategic goal by expanding the
Alumni who returned to campus for Alumni Reunion Weekend in diversity of DePauw’s student body to reflect the interconnected and
June – as my wife, Suzanne, and I did for our 40th class reunion – saw global world in which graduates will live and work. When DePauw’s
firsthand some of the ways in which their alma mater continues to entering class arrived this fall, it included a record number of international
thrive. DePauw’s commitment to academic excellence and intellectual students. The University will continue to work to attract even more
engagement is bolstered by the largest-ever number of faculty members, qualified international students who will enrich the campus community
some of whom were featured in programs during reunion weekend. in many ways.
While faculty members today use more technology to enhance teaching Perhaps the Board of Trustees’ most crucial responsibility is the
and learning, they continue to devote the kind of personal attention to search to select DePauw’s 19th president. As you know, President Bob
the development of their students that alumni remember from their Bottoms announced in April his plan to retire and become Chancellor
DePauw experience. of the University. I want to thank Bob for his extraordinary service as
Very notable on campus was the nearly completed construction president since 1986. I know DePauw will continue to benefit from his
of the new Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts. service as chancellor and in providing leadership for the Janet Prindle
Alumni received a glimpse of how this outstanding facility will enhance Institute for Ethics. There is no doubt that DePauw is poised to attract
the performing arts at DePauw and create even more opportunities for the best possible presidential candidates because Bob has so solidly
students not only in the School of Music and theatre courses, but also established DePauw as a leading national liberal arts university.
for College of Liberal Arts students who participate in ensembles and Because the presidential selection process is important for the entire
other activities there. The Green Center will be formally dedicated University community, a link – titled Presidential Search – was created
during Old Gold Weekend Oct. 25-28, 2007. on DePauw’s Web site to inform alumni and others about the status
Another major event during Old Gold Weekend will be the dedication of the presidential search. I also encourage you to use the Web site to
of the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics, located in the DePauw Nature share your views and advice with us as we move forward to identify the
Park. The institute will support an important part of the University’s University’s next leader.
strategic plan in terms of preparing students to make a difference in the That kind of alumni support has always been a strength of DePauw
world. The Prindle Institute will encourage the examination of ethical University. The continuing devotion and support of alumni was evident
issues by students, faculty members and visiting scholars from other among those who attended Alumni Reunion Weekend, received updates
institutions. Activities there will support the liberal arts curriculum in about the University and reconnected with classmates. Thank you for all
developing responsible leaders for the future. I encourage alumni to the ways in which you support DePauw. Together, we will build upon
attend Old Gold Weekend and participate in the dedication of the DePauw’s strengths and provide even greater opportunities for future
Prindle Institute for Ethics as well as the Judson and Joyce Green Center generations of DePauw students and alumni.
for the Performing Arts. – R. David Hoover ’67
DePauw Profile

Busey family endows scholarship to benefit

members of Alpha Tau Omega
DePauw and Greek traditions merge for John W. Busey ’61
DePauw University and the Greek system are He visited campus frequently when his sons
part of the family heritage of John W. Busey ’61. attended DePauw and were involved in athletics
An economics major at DePauw, Busey went and other activities. John II was a play-by-play
on to a 30-year career in banking, which included announcer for WGRE radio and sometimes trav-
19 years as a bank president, and he was an active eled with the basketball team for road games at
community leader. He was a broker with First Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Ill.
Busey Securities, Inc. for seven years prior to The DePauw team bus would often stop at the
retirement. Busey home in Mahomet on the return trip.
Several family members have graduated from When John and his wife, Judy, began to
the University, including John’s brother, Dr. think about estate planning, they wanted to be
Joseph S. Busey ’63; his cousin, John S. Moffet sure to include DePauw and Alpha Tau Omega
’73; both of his sons, John W. Busey II ’90 and in their plans. They made a major deferred com-
John W. (’61) and Judy Busey
James J. Busey ’93; and John II’s wife, Maribeth mitment to establish the Busey Family Endowed
Steimle ’88. John II serves on the DePauw Alumni Scholarship Fund, becoming life members of
Association Board of Directors. the Washington C. DePauw Society. The scholarship will be awarded
Coming as a student from a small Illinois town to the more populous to an active member of ATO who is involved in campus leadership,
DePauw campus, Busey fondly recalls that DePauw’s admission direc- demonstrates financial need and has the highest grade point average in
tor at the time, the personable John J. Wittich ’44, always recognized the first semester of each academic year.
him and talked with him when they crossed paths on campus. Busey With the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney, the Buseys found
also found that joining Alpha Tau Omega fraternity provided another it easy to establish a Charitable Remainder Unitrust (CRUT). “My
welcoming family and a life-changing experience. wife and I decided which foundations, churches and schools to name
“Basically, the main social experience I had at DePauw was living as our beneficiaries, and we particularly wanted to include DePauw in
together with 70 other men in the fraternity. I formed lasting friend- that group.” John explained. “It’s a deferred gift, so the money goes to
ships, many of which have been lifelong,” he said. DePauw only after we pass.
His fraternity roots spread even deeper. “My “We were able to greatly diversify our
family also has a very strong involvement with investments, increase our income and receive

the Greek system,” Busey said, “because in ad- My family also has a very strong meaningful income tax benefits.” Further, the
dition to me, my brother, both sons and several involvement with the Greek system, Buseys were able to purchase a second-to-die
members of my mother’s side of the family are life insurance policy to make certain that their
members of ATO. Altogether, 11 members of because in addition to me, estate to their heirs is not diminished.
our family are members of ATO.” The Busey Family Endowed Scholarship
my brother, both sons and several
John remained engaged with DePauw, Fund also ensures that deserving ATO mem-
particularly through serving on the ATO house members of my mother’s side of bers will continue to benefit from the DePauw
corporation board for nine years – eight of experience for generations to come.
them as board president. the family are members of ATO.

Altogether, 11 members of our family

are members of ATO.
The parents of Rebecca R. “Becky” Reas-
ner (center, in photo at left) helped her
move in at DePauw as an entering student
on Aug. 28, 1973. The photo was later
printed in an area newspaper. In the photo
below, Becky Reasner Cleveland ’77 and
her husband, Peter, recreated the photo
from 34 years ago when they moved their
son, Wes, into Longden Hall on Saturday,
Aug. 18, 2007. Wes Cleveland is one of
694 new students at DePauw this fall.
Twenty percent of students in the Class of
2011 have alumni ties.

To read more about the 2007-08
opening day at DePauw, check the
Web site at
news/index.asp?id=19842 where
you will find a story and a link to the
photo gallery.


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Janet L. Johns ’85, vice president

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Stefanie D. Niles, vice president for admission and financial aid
514 receive degrees at 168th commencement. Walker Cup recipient’s
765-658-4108 remarks at commencement. Trustees approve new housing stan-
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Jennifer Clarkson Soster ’88, director dards and Greek support. Trulaske International Scholarship
765-658-4208 Fund will support international studies at DePauw. Liz Bondi is
Annual Fund
Steven J. Setchell ’96, director NCAA Division III Woman Athlete of the Year. R. David Hoover ’67 elected chair
765-658-4215 of Board of Trustees. English professor’s work is winner in national poetry contest.
S. Page Cotton Jr. ’71, director Prindle Institute brings visiting scholar to campus. Professor James Rambo receives
765-658-4938 Tucker Distinguished Career Award. Teaching excellence recognized with Professor-
Career Services Center
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Class Notes
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Ken Owen ’82, executive director
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Pursue service to others
and uncommon success,
graduates told
514 receive degrees at 168th commencement
The 514 graduates at DePauw’s 168th commencement on May 20 were encouraged to
pursue fulfilling lives of service to others and uncommon success.
“DePauw University provided me with a foundation for a life of service,” Karen Koning Abu-
Zayd ’63, commissioner-general of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) and
an under-secretary-general to the United Nations, told graduates and their families. “The DePauw
environment gave me a thirst for knowledge, along with a penchant to question conventional “DePauw University
wisdom with healthy skepticism. It was here on this campus that the universally powerful precept provided me with a
about treating all human beings with genuine respect was confirmed for me.” foundation for a life
From her base in Gaza, AbuZayd helps to oversee education, health and social services,
of service.”
and micro-enterprise programs for 4.3 million Palestinian refugees. Since September 2000, her
– Karen Koning
work has concentrated on providing emergency assistance to, and generating employment for, AbuZayd ’63
victims of the crisis in the occupied Palestinian territory. Before joining UNRWA, AbuZayd
worked for the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) for
19 years.

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She began her humanitarian career in Sudan in 1981, working
with Ugandan, Chadian and Ethiopian refugees fleeing from war and
famine. She moved to Namibia in 1989 to help coordinate the return
of apartheid-era refugees, and a year later went to Sierra Leone to head
the UNHCR office in Freetown, initiating an emergency response to
settle 100,000 Liberians. From 1991-93 in UNHCR’s Geneva head-
quarters, AbuZayd directed the South African repatriation operation
and the Kenya-Somalia cross-border operation.
AbuZayd, who received a bachelor’s degree in nursing from DePauw,
related to graduates how gratifying her career has been by “putting
human rights and humanitarian principles into practice” to meet the
needs of individuals. “I recognize that each of you will follow your
own individual path. I do not expect to recruit all of you to the world Robert M. Steele ’69, President Robert G. Bottoms, Karen Koning
of humanitarian action, or of multilateralism,” she said. “I simply AbuZayd ’63 and William F. Welch ’40
want to share with you the deep personal satisfaction I’ve found in success and not just discuss it. May your uncommon success truly
working with those who are among the most vulnerable populations change the world, or at least the world of those around you.”
in the world today.” The full text of her Walker Cup address is printed on page four.
DePauw presented AbuZayd the McNaughton Medal for Public Two distinguished alumni – Robert M. Steele ’69, the Nelson
Service. John McNaughton graduated from DePauw in 1942, served Poynter Scholar for Journalism Values and senior faculty in ethics at
in the U.S. Navy during World War II and earned a degree from the the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, and William F. Welch ’40,
Harvard University School of Law, where he later taught. He was as- an attorney who has practiced primarily in corporate, banking and
sistant secretary of defense for international security affairs and had public utility law and is of counsel to Bingham McHale LLP – were
just been appointed Secretary of the Navy when he, his wife and one awarded honorary degrees.
son died in a tragic air crash on July 19, 1967. Steele, an internationally known ethicist, noted, “DePauw has
Elisabeth “Bess” W. Evans, recipient of the no major in journalism, but dozens of our graduates have gone on
Walker Cup, which recognizes the senior student to exemplary careers as journalists, and I accept this honorary degree
judged to have contributed the most to the Uni- today with great respect for them and their contributions. I hope that
versity during his or her four years at DePauw, some of you in the Class of 2007 become the journalists of the next
spoke of the uncommon opportunities she and generation.” Steele received a Doctor of Journalism degree.
her classmates had as students and now have as Welch recalled that on the day he and his classmates received
alumni. She recalled hearing, as a prospective stu- diplomas from DePauw, France fell to Germany and Hitler’s reach
dent, about the “uncommon success” of DePauw was expanding. “The world has changed in many ways since 1940,
alumni, including best-selling authors, political technologically for certain. And yet, in many ways it is much the same,”
leaders and others. he said. Referring to today’s world crises, he expressed confidence in the
“But over the past four years of discussion and graduates. “You will work it out. As a matter of fact, the whole world
Elisabeth “Bess” W. dialogue, I’ve discovered that uncommon success depends upon you to do so.” Welch received a Doctor of Laws degree.
doesn’t just live in Pulitzer Prizes or high-held of- Two retiring faculty members, who represented 75 years of teaching
fices,” said Evans, a double major in communication and sociology. at DePauw, also were recognized: James S. Rambo, Laurel H. Turk
“Uncommon success instead is found within the words that we speak, Professor of Modern Languages (Spanish and Portuguese), taught at
the lining of our lives. It comes in the way we make our choices, the DePauw since 1966, and Carl P. Singer, professor of computer science,
way we treat others, the way we express our passions. It comes in taught at DePauw since 1973.
how we have formed our opinions in these dialogues here, but more Read more about DePauw’s commencement ceremony, the addresses
importantly, it now comes in how we act on these opinions.” and honorary degree recipients at
She challenged her fellow graduates: “We must live our uncommon

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Walker Cup recipient’s remarks at commencement

Elisabeth “Bess” W. Evans ’07

First and foremost, allow me to extend my congratu- here. More than most classes, we have put our words
lations to the Class of 2007. It truly is a great achieve- into action and created real change.
ment to be sitting in these seats on East College lawn, But now we must leave the island, whether we like
and it has been a pleasure – and very fun – getting to it or not. With us, among our trash-bags full of DePauw
know you all. In our last four years, we have had many sweatshirts, philanthropy T-shirts, books we couldn’t sell
dynamic experiences. From long nights in the library back to Fine Print and graded midterm papers, we will
to long nights when we should have been in the library, also find the opportunity and the burden of uncommon
from trips around the world to trips around campus, we success.
have had four years filled with a lot of learning and a lot of wonderful We are charged as we drive away from the square with a call to action.
memories. After four years of talking the talk as they say, it appears it is time to walk
One thing that I think is quite unique about DePauw is the dialogue the walk. We formed our ideas, discussed our opinions and found our
that we engage in here. In our four years, we have begun lifelong con- passions. Now, we have to live these ideas, opinions and passions on a
versations regarding important issues. We have discussed ethics in our much bigger island.
lives and in our actions regarding nature, food and Greek life. We have Walker Percy, a novelist, once wrote that the hardest thing in life
talked about the embracing of different ideas and different expressions is to get through an ordinary Wednesday afternoon. It is what we do
as they pertain to art and free speech. We have expressed our views in with our lives on these Wednesday afternoons that is where most of our
open forums about celebration of diversity and a lack of tolerance for uncommon success will live. On some of these afternoons, we will sit
intolerance. We have debated about the covenant. We have engaged on our couches, we will sit in our cubicles, we will sit in our present.
in conversations about issues of sexual assault on and off campus. We Uncommon success begs the opposite, challenging us to take what we
have expressed our views on war and peace. We have talked about many have gained here and give it back to the world.
issues. We have talked a lot. Robert Greenleaf, a leadership guru, I believe explains it best. He
One thing that we specifically hear and say around here a great deal says, “In the end, each man builds his own solid ground to stand on
is “uncommon success,” and I have never stopped to think about what – and stands alone.” We have the tools to build our solid ground on
uncommon success really means. As a prospective student, I walked which we believe we want to stand, and now we must build it.
through the academic quad and heard of DePauw graduates who went He continues to explain: If you have a dream deferred, bring it to life
on to be CEOs, elected officials, famous authors. This was the uncom- by beginning to live it – no matter how discouraging the circumstances
mon success that DePauw would afford me someday. But over the past may be. If you end up in middle age an uncreative, crusty reactionary
four years of discussion and dialogue, I have discovered that uncommon – the kind of person your generation complains about, it will probably
success doesn’t just live in Pulitzer Prizes or high-held offices. Uncommon be because you chose not to allow the idealism that is so characteristic
success instead is found within the words that we speak, the lining of our of your present age to operate.
lives. It comes in the way we make our choices, the way we treat others, We leave DePauw with a mind full of ideas, a soul full of energy
the way we express our passions. It comes in how we have formed our – after a few days of post-graduation sleep, of course – and a world to
opinions in these dialogues; but more importantly, it now comes in how change. Uncommon success allows us to name what makes us different
we act on these opinions. than the average college graduate of 2007. It is a gift, but it is a challenge.
DePauw has given us the privilege of uncommon success, allowing We must live our uncommon success and not just discuss it. We must
us to talk it out for the last four years. When I say privilege, I mean do justice to the four years of dialogue that the classrooms of Asbury, the
just that. Sometimes I forget that although we have worked extremely tables at the Hub, and the lounges in our living units have afforded us.
hard in order to be sitting in these chairs today, a college education is Congratulations to the Class of 2007, and, although I promised several
a privilege, and a DePauw education is a great gift. In many ways, we professors I wouldn’t use any clichés, may your uncommon success
have acknowledged this by expressing ourselves in more than just our change the world, or at least the world of those around you. It has been
words, taking advantage of the opportunity that we have been given an honor talking and living and learning with all of you. Thank you.

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Trustees approve new housing standards

and Greek support
New housing standards for all living units at DePauw – both Greek options, depending upon chapter needs and desires. Such support is
and University-owned – were approved by the University’s Board of voluntary, and chapters must demonstrate financial viability or have at
Trustees at its meeting on April 20. Subject to Internal Revenue Service least 80-percent occupancy (or a plan to achieve that level in a reason-
approval, the trustees also voted to initiate a voluntary program through able amount of time) for them to be eligible to receive grants and loans.
which the University will invest up to $6 million to help qualifying DePauw will also accept tax-deductible gifts on behalf of Greek houses
living units comply with the new regulations. as they raise funds for upgrades and ongoing maintenance.
President Robert G. Bottoms said, “These standards are important • Trustees’ Greek support resolution: Trustees unanimously
because they apply to all students and will help ensure safety no matter adopted a support resolution stressing both the valuable role and
where a student chooses to live.” important responsibilities of the Greek system as members of the
Trustees also unanimously adopted a resolution supporting the University learning community. The resolution is printed below.
vitality of DePauw’s unique Greek system and its important respon- • Endorsement of president’s recommendations: The board
sibilities within the University’s learning community. also heard and endorsed a report about the ongoing efforts designed to
“We owe a debt of gratitude to President Bottoms for his outstand- improve the vitality of the Greek system, including the hiring of three
ing leadership in the process that has rebuilt trust and bridges that new staff members; reviewing the timing of rush and recruitment; mak-
will serve us well in the future,” R. Lee Wilson ’76, chairman of the ing the recruitment process less formal; and working with the Coalition
Trustees’ Greek Committee, said. for a Responsible Community to curb high-risk drinking.
Key elements of the initiatives approved by the trustees include: The trustees’ votes continued a process that began at the spring
• New housing standards: A new set of standards for Greek and 2006 board meeting, when a Greek Fact-Finding Commission was
University-owned housing outlines high but reasonable levels for health created. That panel – consisting of DePauw alumni, students, faculty
and safety (particularly fire safety) issues that will be implemented by members and administrators – delivered a report to President Bottoms
working closely with the newly formed Greek Life Advisory Council. in September 2006. President Bottoms initiated a series of campus
Projected cost of compliance is $6 million ($5 million for Greek units; conversations about the Greek system, and in October, a Trustees’
$1 million for DePauw-owned housing). Greek Committee was formed to review the fact-finding document and
• Voluntary Greek support program: Subject to IRS approval, a make recommendations. There was further discussion at the board’s
new program provides financial support options, which can be tailored January retreat.
to the needs of individual Greek chapters that require assistance in Read more about efforts to strengthen DePauw’s Greek system at
meeting the new standards. Possibilities include grants, loans and other

Trustee support resolution for Greek system

DePauw University educates leaders who make a positive difference in the communities where they live and work.
We are first and foremost a community of students, professors, alumni and administrators dedicated to learning.
The Greek system within DePauw’s community is part of our unique heritage and is integral to our culture.
The Greek system provides housing, leadership opportunities, social activities and alumni engagement that support our learning mission.
We acknowledge these important contributions and recognize the Greek system as a valuable part of our community.
Community membership comes with significant responsibilities to support its learning mission and DePauw’s goals:
• To provide an outstanding living and learning environment
• To prepare students to make a positive difference in the world
• To cultivate alumni loyalty through lifelong engagement
We the Trustees of DePauw University reaffirm our organizational, financial and personal support for the vitality of our unique
Greek system and its important role in our university learning community.
April 20, 2007

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Steve and Michelle Trulaske International Scholarship Fund
will support international studies at DePauw
Major gift will underwrite at least 30 off-campus study experiences each year
A major gift from Steven L. Trulaske ’79 for these efforts and work to make a difference
and his wife, Michelle, will underwrite the in others’ lives.”
semester- or summer-long, off-campus study Niles reports that 80 admitted students ap-
experiences of at least 30 upperclass students plied for the program’s 20 spots in its inaugural
each year through the Steve and Michelle year, “a clear indicator that this unique experi-
Trulaske International Scholarship Fund, in ence is of great interest to young scholars.”
addition to supporting at least 20 first-year “The DePauw Ecuador Summer Program
students in a new DePauw-Ecuador Summer allows us to expose students to two transforma-
Program. tive arenas for personal development – service
“By making this gift, Michelle and I are and international study – at the very beginning
affirming our belief that DePauw’s long-term of a student’s DePauw experience,” said Robert
strategic goal of internationalizing the Uni- Steven L. Trulaske P. Hershberger, professor of modern languages
versity will produce future graduates who can contribute even more (Spanish), who led the first program from June 25 to Aug. 1. “With this
to our global society,” Steve Trulaske, a member of DePauw’s Board of program, we are also immersing students in the heart of the University’s
Trustees, said. “Beyond being an investment in young people and the strategic initiatives of globalization and ethics. We couldn’t ask for a better
University, it is a pledge to create greater understanding among students beginning for our students and are delighted that funding this program
of the world in which they will live and work, and we trust, change for acknowledges the real-world value of Spanish. With DePauw’s growing
the better.” emphasis on globalization, we are excited to offer a means to allow more of
“DePauw’s goal of becoming an increasingly international university our students an opportunity to embrace an international perspective.”
takes a large step forward, thanks to the generosity of Steve and Michelle The Trulaskes’ gift also will support students who wish to study in
Trulaske,” President Robert G. Bottoms said. “Now, students who de- Segovia, Spain, for a fall or spring semester, or a summer term to improve
sire to participate in these two programs will be eligible for significant their language skills and gain an understanding of Spain’s literature, art
scholarship assistance. The Trulaskes are opening the doors to a world of and history, as well as its emerging role in the European Union. Ap-
opportunity for DePauw students, now and for generations to come.” plicants must have completed a 300-level course in Spanish.
Open to students who are enrolled to enter the University in the fall, “I believe this is one of few programs that affords students a rare
the DePauw-Ecuador Summer Program – which began this summer opportunity to leave the life of a typical American and experience the
– offers an intensive, five-week experience in Spanish language immer- life of a typical Segovian,” noted Kate Knaul, director of the Center for
sion, cultural awareness and international service. Participants (primarily International and Experiential Education. “The quality of the program
first-generation students with no previous international experience) will staff, the access to Segovians – both in and out of class – and the op-
spend three weeks on the DePauw campus, then two weeks in Quito, portunities to truly experience the language and culture will greatly
Ecuador. The program is designed to acquaint students with the dynamic enhance our students’ cultural and linguistic proficiency. This kind of
global community and the importance of dealing effectively in multi- program will allow DePauw to graduate students who are even more
national environments. capable of living and working in multiple cultural contexts.”
“I believe the program has great potential to serve as a valuable re- DePauw plans to add other international programs in the future to
cruitment tool for the Office of Admission, as it provides an exceptional those supported by the scholarship fund.
opportunity for students to gain international exposure – and a taste The total of 50 additional students gaining international experiences
of campus life – even prior to the start of their first semester,” Stefanie through the Trulaskes’ generosity brings DePauw close to its goal of
Niles, vice president for admission and financial aid, explained. “With increasing the percentage of graduating seniors with an international
its strong tradition of community service opportunities and initiatives, experience from the previous level of 60 percent to 75 percent.
the University attracts those students who are drawn to serving others DePauw continues to be among the nation’s top colleges and uni-
and reaching out to provide assistance to those in need. The Ecuador versities for the percentage of students who study abroad, according to
Summer Program is yet another way in which students can find an outlet the Open Doors 2006 report.

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DePauw’s Liz Bondi is NCAA Division III
Woman Athlete of the Year
National champion in tennis and basketball
Following a year in which she won an individual national championship in tennis and honors
as an all-American forward on DePauw’s national championship basketball team, senior Liz Bondi
was named the Honda Division III Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year.
The recognition was based on the results of national balloting among NCAA Division III
schools as part of the Collegiate Women Sports Awards program, now in its 31st year. Bondi
received the award at a ceremony at Columbia University in New York City on June 25.
“It’s an incredible honor to be selected as the Division III Athlete of the Year,” Bondi said. “I
was fortunate to win an individual national tennis championship and also be part of a basketball
team that won our school’s first national team title. Without my coaches, Scott Riggle and Kris
Huffman (tennis and basketball, respectively), I couldn’t have reached these levels and certainly
couldn’t have won this award.”
Bondi was nominated in women’s tennis after capturing the NCAA Division III singles cham-
pionship and earning Senior of the Year honors from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. She
finished her tennis career as a four-time all-America selection in both singles and doubles. She
had a 124-10 record in singles play and went 119-15 in doubles during her DePauw career.
In addition to her outstanding tennis career, Bondi was the leading scorer and rebounder on
this year’s basketball squad, the first national championship team in the University’s history. The
Kodak/Women’s Basketball Coaches Association First Team All-America choice was also named
most outstanding player at the Division III Women’s Basketball finals.
American Honda Motor Co., Inc. sponsors the Collegiate Women Sports Awards Program.

Liz Bondi

Read more about Bondi and DePauw athletics at

News of the University

R. David Hoover ’67 elected chair

of Board of Trustees
R. David Hoover ’67, chairman of the board, president and chief executive officer of Ball
Corporation, was elected to a three-year term as chair of the DePauw Board of Trustees at
the board’s April meeting. Hoover succeeds James B. Stewart Jr. ’73, a Pulitzer Prize-winning
journalist and author.
After joining Ball Corporation in 1970, Hoover advanced through a number of positions
with the company and was named executive vice president and elected to the board of direc-
tors in 1996. In 1998 he was elected vice chairman and given strategic responsibility for Ball’s
R. David Hoover aerospace subsidiary, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., in addition to the role of chief
financial officer.
Hoover became president of Ball Corporation Jan. 1, 2000, with the company’s packaging
operations reporting to him. He was named chief operating officer in April 2000 and was
elected president and CEO in January 2001. On April 24, 2002, he was elected chairman of
the board.
Prior to his career with Ball, Hoover was a corporate financial analyst for Eli Lilly and
Company in Indianapolis.
Hoover also serves on the boards of Energizer Holdings, Inc.; Irwin Financial Corporation
and Qwest Communications. A past chairman of the Can Manufacturers Institute, he is a
member of the boards of the Food Products Association; National Association of Manufacturers;
Indiana University, Kelley School of Business, Dean’s Advisory Council; and the University of
Colorado at Denver Business School Board of Advisors. He is a director of Boulder Community
Hospital and a member of the Colorado Forum.
Born in Straughn, Ind., Hoover received a bachelor’s degree in economics from DePauw. He
was awarded a M.B.A. in finance and real estate from Indiana University, and he completed the
Advanced Management Program of the Harvard University Graduate School of Business.

English professor’s work is

winner in national poetry contest
Joseph W. Heithaus, associate professor and chair of English, is a winner of the 2007
Discovery/The Nation poetry contest. Co-sponsored by The 92nd Street Y Unterberg Poetry
Center in New York City and The Nation magazine, the contest – in its 33rd year – is designed
to attract large audiences to poets who have not yet published a book of poems. His winning
entry was a manuscript of 10 poems, taken from his Poison Sonnets.
One of four winners from among 1,000 entries in the contest, Heithaus received a cash
prize, his winning entry will be published in The Nation, and he read his winning work at the
Joseph W. Heithaus
Poetry Center on May 7.

News of the University

Prindle institute brings visiting scholar

to campus
Alyssa Bernstein, assistant professor of philosophy at Ohio University, Harvard Center for Ethics. Prior to Harvard, she spent a year as a Fulbright
is the first recipient of the Nancy Schaenen Visiting Scholar Award for Scholar in Jerusalem studying Judaism, Islam and Christianity.
residency at DePauw’s Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics during 2007- John K. Roth serves as the Robert and Carolyn Frederick Distin-
08. While at DePauw, Bernstein will write a book on contemporary guished Visiting Professor of Ethics at DePauw during 2007-08. Roth
philosophical conceptions of human rights, focusing on John Rawls’s is the Edward J. Sexton Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Claremont
Law of Peoples and its main competitors. McKenna College, where he is the founding director of the Center for
“I am honored, thrilled, and delighted to receive the Nancy Schaenen the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights. He also
Visiting Scholar Award,” Bernstein said. “The prospect of working on serves on the faculty of Claremont Graduate University.
my book about human rights and global justice while taking part in the “Dr. Bernstein will be an exceptional complement to Dr. John Roth,
activities of DePauw’s Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics greatly appeals and in tandem they will provide a richness of outside ideas and perspectives
to me. I anticipate that I will enjoy as well as benefit from discussing that will enliven the first year of programs at the Janet Prindle Institute
my work with interested students as well as faculty colleagues at the for Ethics,” Neal B. Abraham, executive vice president of DePauw,
Institute, at the philosophy department, and in the broader DePauw said. “Her educational and scholarly background and her teaching and
intellectual community.” research interests will be valuable to many students and faculty members
Before joining the faculty of Ohio University, Bernstein was a Fellow interested in social justice ethical issues. We are particularly grateful to the
of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at Harvard University’s Schaenens for providing the generous support for this position, which
Kennedy School of Government. Her main areas of research and writing attracted a pool of highly qualified applicants from across the nation.”
are human rights, global justice, social contract theory (contractarianism A gift from Janet W. Prindle ’58 is funding construction of the Janet
and contractualism) and Kant’s ethics and political philosophy. Prindle Institute for Ethics to enhance teaching, learning and research in
Bernstein has a Ph.D. in philosophy from Harvard, where she held a ethics at DePauw. The institute is located within the DePauw University
Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities and was a Graduate Fellow at the Nature Park.

News of the University

Professor James Rambo receives Tucker Distinguished Career

Award; two faculty members receive Minar Scholarship Award
James S. Rambo, Laurel H. Turk Professor of Modern Languages
(Spanish and Portuguese), is the 2007 recipient of the Mr. and Mrs.
Fred C. Tucker Jr. Distinguished Career Award. Presented annually
by the University president to a senior faculty member, the Tucker
Award recognizes the achievements of faculty members who have
made notable contributions to DePauw through their commitments
to students, teaching excellence, their disciplines and University ser-
vice. It was announced at the Timothy H. and Sharon Ubben Society
of Teacher-Scholars and Faculty Recognition Dinner on April 20. A
member of the DePauw faculty since 1966, Rambo retired at the end
of the 2006-07 academic year.

President Robert G. Bottoms (right) with James S. Rambo, Laurel

H. Turk Professor of Modern Languages (Spanish and Portuguese)
and recipient of the 2007 Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Tucker Jr. Distin-
guished Career Award.
of history, and Jeffrey T. Kenney, associate professor and chair of
Above left, President Robert G. Bottoms with David N. Gellman,
associate professor of history, and on right, President Bottoms with religious studies, are the seventh and eighth recipients. Established
Jeffrey T. Kenney, associate professor of religious studies. in 1981, the Minar Award is presented in recognition of exceptional
Also at the dinner, two faculty members received the Edwin L. scholarly achievement and is named in honor of its first recipient, a
Minar Jr. Scholarship Award. David N. Gellman,, associate professor former professor in the department of classical studies.

Teaching excellence recognized with Professorship Awards

Each year since 1998-99, DePauw has awarded four-year University • Daniel E. Shannon,
Shannon professor of philosophy and chair of the
Professorships to three faculty members in recognition of their sustained Department of Philosophy
excellence in teaching, professional development and service to the A noted scholar of Hegel, specialist in German philosophy of the
University. University Professors for 2007-11 are: 18th and 19th centuries, and a prolific writer, Shannon is a member of
• Meryl B. Altman, professor of English and women’s studies the executive board of the International Society for Universal Dialogue
Among her many accomplishments, she has been a pioneer in con- and was conference organizer for the society’s sixth World Congress at
structing the formal program for and consciousness of women’s studies the University of Helsinki.
at DePauw, and she nurtured the major and minor programs in women’s Distinguished Professor Awards recognize faculty members for
studies. sustained excellence in teaching and service. Distinguished Professors
• Cynthia O’Dell, associate professor of art and chair of the Depart- for 2007-09 are:
ment of Art • Bridget L. Gourley, professor of chemistry and biochemistry
An award-winning artist, O’Dell has been a leader in the research Nationally recognized for her work in science education, Gourley
and design of the new digital and analog photography labs and digital has served as director of the Women in Science Program and director of
video lab in the Richard E. Peeler Art Center. the Science Research Fellows Program at DePauw. She was co-founder

News of the University
and longtime leader of the DePauw Women in Science Program. as a professional career. Hahn has presented a variety of papers about
• Susan K. Hahn, professor of English, director of the Writing the writing program at professional meetings.
Center and associate faculty development coordinator for the Writing The recipients were recognized at the Timothy H. and Sharon
Program Ubben Society of Teacher-Scholars and Faculty Recognition Dinner
Hahn has created an effective environment for students to improve on April 20.
their writing, and many of them have been inspired to pursue writing

Three students receive Fulbright Grants to teach and study in

Costa Rica, Germany and Indonesia
Three members of DePauw’s Class of 2007 will teach and study tutored Chinese children in English when he spent the summer of 2004
abroad as recipients of international graduate study and research grants in China through the Duke Study in China Program. In summer 2005,
through the 2007-08 Fulbright U.S. Student Program competition. he participated in the Summer Collegiate African Languages Institute
Fulbright grants are designed to increase mutual understanding among in Bloomington, Ind., for intensive study of Sudanese Arabic. He was
nations through educational and cultural exchange while serving as a editor-in-chief of A Midwestern Review, DePauw’s arts and literature
catalyst for long-term leadership development. magazine.
Jeyson H. Florez, an economics major and Posse Scholar from Nishita Trisal will spend a year in Indonesia teaching English to young
Chicago, will spend a year researching wealth distribution and poverty people. Indonesia is the world’s largest Muslim nation, and she hopes
in Costa Rica. At DePauw, Florez participated in two Winter Term in to learn more about building bridges that can connect people of differ-
Service projects in Central America. In January 2006, he was part of ent faiths. Trisal, who immigrated to the United States at age 8, made
a student team in San Antonio de Guacimal, Costa Rica, that picked several trips to India while a DePauw student. A communication major,
coffee beans with community members, and in January 2007 he was she traveled to Kashmir – a site of militant attacks – in summer 2006.
on a team that assisted with construction and tutoring projects in During three weeks in Srinagar and surrounding areas, she conducted
Belize. Florez plans to work with Ecoteach, a non-profit organization ethnographic research for the Center for Dialogue and Reconciliation,
that promotes sustainable development. He plans to pursue a master’s a non-governmental organization that works on conflict resolution and
degree in economic development and work for a non-profit organization peace education.
sponsoring micro-credit opportunities in Latin America. The Institute of International Education, in cooperation with the
Michael R. Roberts will spend a year in Berlin teaching English U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Schol-
language and literature to German students and studying postmodern arship Board, administers the competition, which has provided future
theatre and theatrical adaptation theory. A double major in German American leaders with an unparalleled opportunity to study, conduct
and English literature at DePauw, he studied in Berlin during the spring research and teach in other nations for six decades.
2006 semester. He also studied the Chinese language at DePauw, and he

Teach for America accepts record number

of DePauw students
A record 56 seniors in the Class of 2007 applied to participate in Teach for America recruitment associate in Washington, D.C. “We anticipate
for America, the national corps of outstanding recent college graduates that in the coming years we will see increased interest among DePauw’s
of all academic majors who commit two years to teach in urban and most outstanding seniors.” Since 2003, the number of DePauw students
rural public schools. Of DePauw’s applicants, 19 were accepted and 15 applying to Teach for America has doubled.
will join the corps – also both records. “The 19 DePauw graduates who were accepted into Teach for
The acceptance rate for DePauw students – 33.9 percent this year America this year had an average grade point average of 3.6. This
– is well above the national average, which was 17 percent last year. exceptional group includes varsity athletes, presidents of student groups
“This shows that DePauw graduates have been highly successful in such as College Democrats and the Committee for Latino Concerns,
the Teach for America interview process,” said Sara Kaufman, Teach and depauw.year1 mentors,” Kaufman noted.

News of the University
Three of the 15 DePauw graduates accepted to the corps have deferred
Book again cites DePauw as a
their participation for one year. The 12 joining Teach for America this
year and the regions where they will teach include:
best value college
Students who graduate from DePauw “will leave with a strong liberal
Ashley R. Amodeo, Chicago
arts education and will have endured a challenging, heavy workload,”
Karen A. Babbs, Phoenix
according to America’s Best Value Colleges: 2008 Edition. The book,
Isabel E. Campos, Denver
published by the Princeton Review, again lists DePauw as one of 165
Janine E. Crantz, Rio Grande Valley
colleges offering excellent academics, generous financial aid packages
Joshua G. Enneking, St. Louis
and relatively low costs. For a second consecutive year, DePauw’s historic
Clinton M. Hasenour, St. Louis
East College is pictured on the cover of the publication, which cites
Gregory A. Laposa, St. Louis
the University’s demanding academics and highly selective admission
Zachary B. Marquand, North Carolina
standards. The editors note “DePauw is especially strong in the area of
Emily R. Mason, St. Louis
merit-based awards.”
Caitlin E. McGonigal, Philadelphia
Amanda M. Stoermer, St. Louis
Sarah A. Storti, Houston Relay for Life raises more
More than 3,000 Teach for America corps members are teaching in than $217,000
more than 1,000 schools across the country, and they become lifelong The 2007 Putnam County Relay for Life, an annual student-directed
leaders in the effort to expand education and opportunity. event, set several records while raising more than $217,000 to fight
against cancer. This year $36,000 was collected from sponsors, bettering
DePauw is one of Top 5 $33,500 raised last year. There were 121 cancer survivors at the Relay
– 11 more than last year. A total of 196 teams and approximately 2,000
Best Values in Private DePauw and community members walked during the round-the-clock
Liberal Arts Schools event.
DePauw University is among the Top 5 Best Values in Private Liberal
Senior Kyle A. Hawkins and junior Hannah E. Marston, co-chairs
Arts Schools, according to Consumers Digest. In its June issue, the maga-
of the 2007 event, led a 45-member committee to plan and conduct
zine lists the 100 best values in American higher education. DePauw is
the fundraiser. Begun in 1998, DePauw’s Relay for Life has won awards
ranked fourth among private liberal arts colleges. The rankings are based
for being among the best of its kind among colleges and universities.
on attributes that validate or define the institutions’ academic prowess
factored against annual cost of tuition, room and board.

The 2007 Putnam County Relay for Life was held at Blackstock Stadium.


and Global Citizenship

October 4-6
DePauw Discourse 2007 gathers renowned scholars, activists,
conservationists and corporate and government leaders to
engage some of the greatest issues facing the future of our
planet and human civilization.




Author and environmental activist
Assistant professor of geosciences, DePauw University

Environmental reporter, The Washington Post

Assistant professor of philosophy and sustainability programs coordinator, DePauw University
Lee G. Hall Distinguished Visiting Professor of Biology, DePauw University EILPERIN


John D. Hughes Professor of Communication and Theatre and professor of communication,
DePauw University
Author and environmental activist
Executive director of the International League of Conservation Photographers, senior director of
visual resources for Conservation International
MITTERMEIER Director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture
Senior researcher, Ocean Conservancy
Associate professor and chair of economics and management, DePauw University
Vice president for regulatory strategy, Duke Energy MILLER
Senior vice president for business and U.S. government relations; executive director of the Center
for Environmental Leadership in Business, Conservation International
Associate professor of economics and management,
James W. Emison Director of The Robert C. McDermond Center for Management & Entrepreneurship; PASHOS
director of the Management Fellows Program, DePauw University
Senior adviser for clean energy technology, Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and
WATSON Environmental Affairs; vice president for sustainable development and renewable energy,
Massachusetts Technology Collaborative
For more information, go to

Faculty Briefs
David P. Alvarez, assistant professor of English, has been awarded a fellowship by the
UCLA Center for Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Studies at the William Andrews
Clark Memorial Library. The two-month fellowship during summer 2008 is intended to sup-
port his book project, The Aesthetics of Tolerance in the English Enlightenment. Alvarez also
was accepted into the University of California Humanities Research Institute’s Seminar on
Experimental Critical Theory: Cartographies of the Theological-Political.

David A. Berque, professor and chair of computer science and Tenzer Family University
Professor in Instructional Technology, won the 2007 Mira Techpoint Award in the category
“Education Contribution in Technology – Individual.” Now in their eighth year, the Mira
Awards spotlight Indiana’s most successful technology-driven companies. Nominees include
information technology, advanced manufacturing, life science and logistic companies, as well
as K-12 and higher education institutions. Berque was honored for his efforts to create the
David A. Berque
software that is now marketed as DyKnow Vision. The professor’s work at DePauw led to
development of pen-based technology that is being used in classrooms around the country.

Douglas E. Harms, professor of computer science, will serve as DePauw’s Fulbright Program
adviser for the 2007-08 academic year, assisting students in preparing their applications. Two
DePauw seniors received Fulbright Awards in spring 2007 to support their teaching of English
and further study in Indonesia and Germany. As a recipient of a Fulbright Award for 2004-05,
Harms taught several undergraduate and graduate courses in the computing department at the
Douglas E. University of Rousse, Bulgaria.

Pedar W. Foss and Rebecca K. Schindler, associate professors of classical studies, wrote
a chapter, “Classical Archaeology: Building a GIS of the Ancient Mediterranean,” published
in a new book, Understanding Place: GIS and Mapping Across the Curriculum.

Mitchell B. Merback, associate professor of art, is one of 51 creative artists, humanists,
scientists and social scientists nationwide selected as 2007-08 Radcliffe Fellows by the Radcliffe Mitchell B.
Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. Merback

Elizabeth Morán, Post-doctoral Scholar and part-time instructor of art, was selected as one
of 24 Institute Fellows in the summer institute, Oaxaca: Crossroads of a Continent. Presented
by the National Endowment for the Humanities and sponsored by the Community College
Humanities Association, the institute was held in Oaxaca, Mexico, July 1-Aug. 1.

Orcenith Smith, professor of music and director of DePauw orchestras, served as a member
of the adjudication jury at the 35th International Youth and Music Festival in Vienna from July
6-10. Smith was the only American on the five-member panel, which assessed performances
and awarded prizes to youth orchestras, choirs and bands from around the world assembled
Orcenith Smith for the once-a-year event.

Recent Words
Arthur B. Evans, professor of modern languages (French), editor, with Stanford L. Luce,
translator, The Kip Brothers (Wesleyan University Press – ISBN: 0-8195-6704-3). This is the
first English translation of Jules Verne’s travelogue-detective story, The Kip Brothers, originally
published in French in 1902. It is not the typical science-fiction tale with daring heroes explor-
ing a far-flung corner of the world with sophisticated technology. Rather, it is an enthralling
detective story of two brothers who are first castaways in the South Seas, and later rescued but
entangled in a mutiny and the murder of a ship’s captain. Evans is the series editor of Wesleyan’s
Early Classics of Science Fiction series. He has been called America’s most prominent Jules
Verne scholar by Forbes magazine.

Vera M. Kierstead-Farber ’36, America Is My Country (Vantage Press, Inc. – ISBN

978-0-533-15643-6). In this third and final installment of the “Jamie” series, Kierstead-Farber
meticulously recreates a crucial period in American history through the eyes of the fearless,
ambitious and high-spirited young man (no longer a boy), Jamie Bacon. It is 1811, and ten-
sions between the fledgling American states and the angry English empire are mounting. Jamie
plans an exciting and perilous high-stakes trek that leads him to – among other places – the
Falls of the Cumberland and to the decisive Battle of New Orleans, where he encounters Major
General Andrew Jackson. Eventually, Jamie’s dreams are realized when he travels to Marion
County (Ind.) and he becomes a pioneer. This is an engrossing adventure novel, historically
accurate in detail that revisits our rich heritage.

Beth Felker Jones ’98, Marks of His Wounds, Gender Politics and Bodily Resurrection
(Oxford University Press – ISBN: 978-0-19-530981-2). “I articulate a Christian theology of
human embodiment in light of both resurrection doctrine and feminist political concerns,” Jones
writes in the introduction. It is a central tenet of Christian theology that we will be resurrected
in our bodies on the last day, but we have been conditioned to think of salvation as being about
anything but the body, she argues. Historically, some theologians have denigrated the body as
an obstacle to sanctification, and this notion is deeply problematic for feminist ethics, which
centers on embodiment. Among the people Jones thanks for supporting her efforts to write
the book is W. Fred Lamar, former DePauw University chaplain. Jones is an assistant professor
of Bible and religion at Huntington University.

Terry R. Myers ’87, Mary Heilmann: Save the Last Dance for Me (Afterall Books – ISBN:
978-1-84638-031-0). One of the most important abstract painters of her generation, Mary
Heilmann created canvases that are vivid, amusing and characteristically fluid. Her 1979 paint-
ing, Save the Last Dance for Me, marks a shift in her perspective, and the artist noted that this
painting “came from a different place.” She began to understand that the “choices in the work
depended more on content for their meaning.” Although outwardly it seems to be a simple,
black-and-pink painting, Myers explains the many twists of plot and the changes in character
in this painting’s ever-changing narrative. Myers explores the development of Heilmann’s work
and how her work continues to engage us psychologically, sensually and socially. Myers is a
lecturer, critic and independent curator living in Los Angeles.

Daniel E. Shannon, Distinguished Professor and professor and chair of philosophy, and
Steven V. Hicks, editors, The Challenges of Globalization: Rethinking Nature, Culture, and
Freedom (Blackwell Publishing – ISBN 978-1-4051-7356-8). These essays, selected from
the Sixth World Congress of the International Society for Universal Dialogue, held in 2005

Recent Words
in Helsinki, Finland, are based on the idea that 21st-century civilization faces serious global
challenges that necessitate the need to rethink our views about nature, culture and freedom
in an age of increased globalization. Topics are divided into five parts – peace, global justice,
international law and human rights, cultural relativism and eco-terrorism – and address how
wide-ranging ethical action is necessary in order to overcome repressive social, political and
cultural obstacles.

Thomas B. Shearman III ’79, Surviving Rita: Hope Amid Ruin in Southwest Louisiana
American Press
). In the early-morning darkness of Saturday, Sept. 24, 2005, Hurricane Rita
slammed into Cameron Parish, causing one of the biggest natural disasters in Louisiana his-
tory. Compiled from photographs taken for the American Press newspaper – noted for its news
coverage, writing and design – this book captures the incredible devastation and provides a
fuller understanding of what happened. It is a visual record of the stories about how the people
of Southwest Louisiana endured Hurricane Rita, their resilience and how they rebuilt their
shattered lives. Shearman is the publisher of American Press in Lake Charles, La.

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Alumni Programs

Alumni make a difference

in their communities
2007 Community Leadership Awards
Fifty DePauw alumni were recognized for making a difference in the lives of their fellow
citizens and presented with 2007 Community Leadership Awards during Alumni Reunion
Weekend, June 6-10.
The second annual awards were presented to alumni in each of the classes celebrating
reunions (classes ending in 2 and 7) this year.
A comprehensive survey indicates that 65 percent of DePauw alumni serve as volunteers in
community organizations. It also shows that 50 percent of DePauw alumni play a leadership
role in their community.
The 2007 Community Leadership Award recipients and highlights of their community
service are featured on the following pages.
You can submit nominations of reunion-year alumni leaders in your own community or
other communities with which you are familiar. For more information about the Community
Leadership Awards, contact the DePauw Alumni Relations Office at
or 877-658-2586.

2007 Community Leadership Award recipients

Sal F. Marino ’42 of Universities and Lee H. Hamilton ’52
Colleges • U.S. Congressman
Dr. James K. Chamness ’52 • Member, Board of for 34 years
• Member, Jaycees Trustees, American • Vice chair of the
• Past president, University-Central 9/11 Commission
YMCA Board Asia • Co-chair of the Iraq
• Past chairman, • Member, National Study Group
Indian Y-Guide Association of • Member, President’s
Program Scholars Homeland Security
• Past Cub Master • Member and vice chairman, DePauw Advisory Council
and Chairman of University Board of Trustees • Member, President’s Foreign Intelligence
District Committee, • Member, DePauw University Alumni Advisory Board
Boy Scouts of America Association Board of Directors • Member, Defense Secretary’s National
• Member, West Michigan Council Boy Security Study Group
Scouts Executive Board Beverly Grant Patterson Frier ’52 • Member, numerous Congressional
• Member, Social Progress Club • Past president, committees and advisory boards
• Member, Century Club Downtown
• Medical Advisor, March of Dimes Naperville Property Barbara Miller Meeker ’52
Owners • Past member,
James W. Emison ’52 (posthumous) • Trustee emeritus, Northern Indiana
• Past chairman, Phi Kappa Psi Endowment Interlochen Center Arts Association
Fund, Inc. for the Arts • Past treasurer, Kappa
• Member, Board of Governors, Marine • Board member, Kappa Kappa
Corps Association Naperville Elderly • Member, Kappa
• Former trustee, Marine Corps University Homes, Inc. Kappa Gamma
Foundation • Founder and president, Omnia • Past member,
• Director, Association of Governing Boards Performing Arts Association Munster Public Art
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Alumni Programs
• Past treasurer, Illiana Artists • Past chair, National Council of State of Trumbull County
Presidents, The ARC • Past president and Foundation board
Carol Rylander Reitan ’52 • Past board member, The ARC member, Ohio Dental Association
• Past chair and • Board member, Executive Committee,
current board Robert H. Puckett ’57 Lifelines
member, • Member, Council • Community leader in a $4 million
co-founder, on Foreign campaign for the enhancement of
Collaborative Relations Trumbull Memorial Hospital
Solutions Institute, • Member, Phi Beta • Influential in creating amphitheater in
Inc. Kappa Associates downtown Warren, Ohio
• Member, Founding • Past member,
Committee, current American Lung Sue Farrell Supple ’57
member Steering Committee, Kids’ Peace Association of • Member, CASA (Advocate for Children)
Camp Indiana • Board member, Conner Prairie Farm
• Founding Council member, McLean • Past member, United Way Allocations • Board member, Indiana Historical
County Affordable Housing Coalition Panel Landmarks
• Past Legislative Chair, Past Committee • Past member, Indiana Adult Literacy • Board member, Big Brothers
Member, Illinois Association of Coalition • Board member, Order of Omega
Community Action Agencies • Past member, Indiana Commission for • Board member, Leader Shape
• Past President, Illinois Community Action Higher Education • President, Junior League of Indianapolis
Fund • Past member, Board of Advisors to the • President, International KAO
• Past Member, Domestic Violence Council, President, Naval War College
Illinois Department of Public Aid • Past member, Advisory Committee, U.S. Dwight F. Walton ’57
• Past Advisory Board Member, Domestic Army Command and General College • Chair, Wheeling
and Sexual Violence Program of the • Past member, Advisory Committee to U.S. Township Mental
YWCA of McLean County Commission on Civil Rights Health Board
• Past member, President’s Commission on • Chair, Arlington
H.E. “Barney” Burroughs ’57 White House Fellowships Heights
• Past chair, • Past delegate, Indiana Governor’s Transportation
Parkersburg (W. Conference on Libraries and Information Committee
Va.) PTA Services • Chair, Arlington
• Past director and Heights
member, DeKalb Paula Sedgwick Scism ’57 Bicentennial Commission
(Ga.) Chamber of • Board member, • Chair, Arlington Heights Special Events
Commerce Indianapolis Dance Commission
• Volunteer lecturer, Company • Board member, Arlington Heights Low/
Georgia Institute • Board member, Moderate Income Housing Commission
of Technology Senior Lecture Series on Carmel-Clay • Board member, Arlington Heights Master
Entrepreneurism Educational Board Plan Committee
• Past Steering Committee member, past • Board member, • President, Arlington Heights Festival
chair, conferences of the Student, Faculty, Wishard Hospital Committee
Industry Conference of Georgia Tech Foundation Board • Past board member, Arlington Heights
• Volunteer, Atlanta Home-Stretch Project • Past president and current board member, Village
• Volunteer, Drake House for Battered YWCA of Indianapolis • Chair, Arlington Heights Community
Women (Roswell, Ga.) • Board member, Fishers Arts Council Services Committee
• Chair, Arlington Heights Arts Council
Fred W. Hawk ’57 Ralph E. Snelson ’57 • Chair, Arlington Heights Public Health &
• Past chair and • Past president, Safety Committee
current board Trumbull 100 • Founder and president, Arlington Cares,
member, CARC (a community Inc.
(formerly Chicago enhancement • Board member, Arlington Heights
Association for organization) Performing Arts Center
Retarded Citizens) • Past board member
• Past chair and past and past campaign
board member, chair, United Way
Illinois ARC

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Ellen Myers Clippinger ’62 • Member, Tulsa International Airport • President, Allisonville Little League
• Co-chair and Cultural Committee • President, Castleton Kiwanis Club
founder, Indiana • Member, Oklahoma School of Science • Lt. Governor of Wabash Valley
YouthPro and Mathematics Foundation Division – Kiwanis
Association • Vice president, Historic Forks of the
• Founder and past Elgin A. Manhard Jr. ’62 Wabash-Huntington
president, Indiana • Pro bono account
School-Age manager, National Suzanne Anderson Hoover ’67
Consortium Easter Seals • Past president, PTO
• Past president, Corporation • Brownie Scout
National AfterSchool Association • Board member and Leader
• Past president, Marion County (Ind.) Step chair of the Public • Past board member,
Ahead Council Affairs Committee, Muncie Children’s
• Past board member, Coordination of Child National Easter Museum
Care Regulations Seals Corporation • Past president and
• Board member, Children’s Coalition of board member,
Indiana G. David Schiering ’62 Muncie School
• Past member, White House Conference on • Past president, Board
Child Care Cincinnati Board of • Past board member, Impact on Education
• Founding member and past board Education (formerly the Foundation for Boulder
member, Indiana Child Care Fund • Leadership Valley Schools)
Cincinnati graduate • Member, PEO
Bette Alexander Erxleben ’62 • Commissioner,
• Member, past Cincinnati Heidi Schultz Huizenga ’67
president, Bluffton Recreation • Member, Board of
(Ind.) Rotary Club Commission Visitors, Cardinal
• Member, Wells • Past president, Ronald McDonald House Bernadin Cancer
County Council on of Southwest Florida Center
Aging • Board member,
• Past board chair, Constance Weimer Asbury ’67 DuPage County
Bi-County Services, • President, Children Advisory
Inc. Presbyterian Center
• Founding member, past president, Wells Children’s Services • Board member,
County Literary Council Stubbins Advisory Prison Fellowship
• Past president, Bluffton Rotary Club Board • Trustee, Trinity Christian College
• Past president, Wells County Medical • Board member, • Board member, Chicago Zoological Society
Alliance Historical
• Member, Family Centered Services Preservation Craig R. Stokely ’67
• President, Wells County Council on Aging Commission of • Past board member,
• Board member, Transportation Advisory Moberly (Mo.) Greater Elgin Area
Council • Treasurer, YMCA Founders Campaign YMCA and Camp
• President, League of Women Voters Edwards
Linda Sellen Frazier ’62 • Board member, Randolph County • Board member,
• Chair, Arts YMCA Douglas Hoeft
Commission of Scholarship
Tulsa Lt. Col. Stephen W. Hadley ’67 Foundation
• Past president, Arts • Coach, Little • Past board member,
and Humanities League baseball, Rotary Club of Elgin
Council of Tulsa softball and YMCA • Past trustee, Village of Wayne
• Board member, basketball • Past member and past vice president, Unit
Tulsa Symphony • Co-founder, District 46 School Board
Orchestra North Central • Past board member, Elgin Symphony
• Advisory board member, Tulsa Ballet Girls Basketball Orchestra
• President, Chamber Music Tulsa Association
• Member, Oklahoma Arts Institute continued on next page

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Sharon Anderson Mellin ’72 W. Tobin McClamroch ’77 Bonnie Hensley Webb ’82
• Past board member, • Vice chair, Special
Child & Family Olympics of M. Scott Welch ’82
Advocacy Center Indiana, Inc. • Financially
• Past president and • Board member, The supports more
past board member, Arts Council of than 100 charitable
Prevent Child Indiana organizations
Abuse Indiana • Board member, • Supports nine
• Past vice president Indianapolis educational
and past treasurer, Convention and institutions
Women’s Action for New Directions Visitors Association • Lions Club Citizen
• Member, Elkhart County Wraparound • Board member, Marion County of the Year
Team Commission on Youth Advisory Council • Honorary chair, Elkhart Mental Health
• Member, Board of Directors, public • Board member, Indiana Fiscal Policy Association
television Institute • Advisory council member, Mayor of
• Active in her church • Board member, Senior Enterprises, Inc. Elkhart
• Board member, Nora Community Council • Board member, Lake City Bank
Thomas M. Anderson ’77 • Chair, Annual Tree of Lights, Salvation • Board member, Indiana Chamber of
• Chair, Texas Army of Indianapolis Commerce
Commission on • Board member, Elkhart General Hospital
Human Rights Susan Johanningsmeier Olesik ’77 • Member, DePauw University Board of
• President and board • Founder and director, Wonders of Our Visitors
member, HR World (WOW) – Science Outreach
Houston Program Rev. Mary S. Whetsone ’82
• Past member, • Past camp counselor
National Safety Rebecca Hawk Roess ’77 for middle school
Council • Member, Executive and high school
• Board member, Texas State Council Committee, youth
• Past chair, Society of Human Resource Oakwood Schools • Leader, high school
Management Workplace Health and Education youth study trips to
Safety Committee Foundation New York City and
• Member, Society of Human Resource • Board member, Washington, D.C.
Management Panel of Experts on Wright Memorial • Organizer, middle
Workplace Health and Safety Library Board of school and high school mission trips to
Trustees South Carolina and Appalachia
Katherine L. Keck ’77 • Chair, Project Grant Committee, Four • Member, Spiritual Response Team of the
• Involved with Seasons Garden Club of Dayton Critical Response Team of the American
African Orphans & • Past president, Oakwood Board of Red Cross
Vulnerable Children Education • Member, Spiritual Response Team for the
• Adviser and event • Steering committee member, Citizens for American Red Cross following 9/11
Chair, Infinite Wright Library • Spiritual lead officer, Disaster Command
Family • Chair, Oakwood Schools Business Center, Falls Church (Va.)
• Involved with Advisory Council • Co-leader, mission trips to El Cipre,
Presbyterian • President, Learning Tree Farm Board of Honduras
Church of Ghana Trustees • Spiritual adviser and active participant on
• Board of Deacons, Fifth Avenue • Founding partner and co-chair, Carillon several adult mission trips to El Cipre,
Presbyterian Church, New York City Historical Park Bell Board Honduras
• Member, women’s chef team to benefit the • Member, Dorothy Lane Market Consumer • Organized and led youth and adult
U.N. Development Fund for Women Advisory Board mission trip to Nevis Island, Caribbean
• One of 50 women chefs selected to • Board member, Muse Machine
participate in the Women of Taste Project • Committee member, The Dayton Dennis E. Bland ’87
to benefit Girls Inc. Foundation Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants • President, Center for Leadership
• Member, DePauw University Alumni Committee Development
Board • Cabinet member, United Way of Greater • Volunteer efforts to help develop education
Dayton policy and educational opportunities

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throughout the state • Youth leader, United Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
• Board member, Methodist Women’s • Silver Key member, United Way
Indiana School of Christian
Commission for Mission Sonya L. Lee-Daniels ’97
Higher Education • Workshop leader, • Founder, Columbia
• Board member, Ethnic Young Adult (S.C.) Chapter
Indiana Education Summer Internship of the African-
Roundtable Program African American
• Board member, • Grant reviewer, Breastfeeding
Indiana Arts Council Fayette County Partners For Youth Alliance, Inc.
Program • Affiliate,
Laurie Hinson • Rape crisis counselor, Bluegrass Rape Breastfeeding
Kohrs ’87 Crisis Center America
• Executive, Manning • Member, Babies R Us Breastfeeding
Road Methodist Patricia Cowan Skelton ’92 Workshops
Church, Durban, • Past president and member, The Children’s • Board member, Mocha Moms Inc.
South Africa Museum Guild (Indianapolis) • Board member, La Leche League
• Various roles with The Children’s • President, African-American Breastfeeding
Joy Rowe Blang ’92 Museum Guild, including manager, Alliance
• Assistant teacher, Haunted House; exhibit assistance; • Midlands Breastfeeding Coalition
preschool hospital outreach; Prelude awards;
environmental Reach for the Stars scholarship program; Ugarhon “Sugar Johnson” Serrette ’97
education and past president, Children’s Literacy • Participant, Poem in Your Pocket Day
enrichment Outreach • Math and poetry facilitator, local schools
programs, and Island Academy, Rikers Island
Cincinnati Nature Heike Cockerill Spahn ’92 Correctional Facility
Center • Co-chair, DePauw • Group Member, The After School
• Coordinator, after University 15th Corporation
school program Year Reunion • Active in efforts to raise funds and
• Chair, Grant Writing Committee, Junior Committee awareness for AIDS, breast cancer, heart
League of Cincinnati • Committee disease and autism
• Program Development Committee, Junior member, Valparaiso • Featured poet with Poetic People Power
League of Cincinnati University School of • Community service liaison, assists with
• Program director, AmeriCorps National Law 125th Gala coordinating community service projects
Service program • Past president, for middle school and high school
• Executive, Service Corps, manager of Midwest Alliance of Law School students in Harlem
education and development consultant Admissions
• Education manager, Freetown Village • Past board member, Midwest Alliance of Kimberly Svenson Weas ’97
Law School Admissions
Douglas S. Gourley ’92 • Past board member, Midwest Association Carolyn E. Whittier ’97
• Board of directors, Youthbuild Lake of Prelaw Advisors • Member and past
County • Past board member, Indiana Conference executive board
• Board of directors, Oakton Community for Legal Education Opportunities member, Rotary
College Foundation Advisory Committee International
• Advisory board, Intercollegiate Tennis • Past board member, Christian • Past executive vice
Association Community Action president and
• Teacher, Junior Achievement current member,
• Junior Board member, Catholic Charities Kevin L. Cammack ’97 Association of
• Member, Chicago Estate Planning Council • Volunteer, annual Fraternity Advisors
• Member, Cornerstone Angels community • Member, Association of Fraternity
fundraiser, Pig Advisors Foundation
Clarenda M. Phillips ’92 Roast • President, Alpha Omicron Pi, Richmond
• Director, Governor’s Minority Student • Member, Red Alumnae Chapter
College Preparation Program Ribbon Society • Volunteer, Street Clean-UP, City of
• Mentor, YMCA Black Achiever’s Program • Past co-chair, Richmond
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• Regional Specialist, Children’s Miracle Network Dance Marathon • Chair, Kuhner Scholarship
• Volunteer, Loaves and Fishes Food Bank • Chair, Clifford & Daisy Amburn Scholarship
• Volunteer, Duke Children’s Hospital • Chair, Dwight & Virginia Deen Schoeff
Courtney L. Driscoll ’02 • Chair, Shroyer Scholarship Fund
• Community health and development • Committee member, Mary K. Garr
volunteer, Burkina Faso, West Africa, Peace Scholarship Fund
Corps • Volunteer, medical missions to Fonds
• Member, Crisis Corps Team in response to Parisien, Hati and Damoh, India
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
• Community relations officer, Federal Shawn S. Odle ’02
Emergency Management Agency • Member, 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc.
• Togo (West Africa) Resident Technical • Board member and chair, College
Advisor for Dracunculiasis eradication Connection Committee
• Volunteer, Burkina Faso Returned Peace Corps • Member, Beautillion Militaire Committee
• Member, Friends of Burkina Faso • Emerging Leaders, United Way of Central
Tara L. Karasch ’02 • Committee member, Indiana Black Expo
• Peace Corps, Romania News Generation
• Intern, United Nations Populations Fund
Program, Sarajevo, Bosnia Annamarie Quintero ’02
• Employee, International Women’s Media • Created college preparatory program, Kelvyn Park High School
Foundation • Created postsecondary opportunities for Latino youth, specifically
those living in the Logan Square/Humboldt Park community,
Laura B. Moorman ’02 Chicago.
• Chair, Pauline Barker Educational Trust • Member, North Central College Advisory Board
• Chair, Harold Ellison Scholarship • Member, Illinois Association for College Admission Counseling

You can submit nominations of reunion-year alumni leaders in your own community or other communities
with which you are familiar. For more information about the Community Leadership Awards,
contact the DePauw Alumni Relations Office at or 877-658-2586.

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Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007


SAVE THE DATE – JUNE 11-15, 2008 – and check the
alummi Web site often for updates and more information:

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Members of the Class of 1957 used flash cards to display

their 50th reunion celebration gift to the University.



Susan M. Ansel gave the silver

anniversary reunion address for the
Class of 1982.

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Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007

Vernon E. Jordan Jr. was the
50th class reunion speaker.

Above: Varsity-letter athletes from the

Class of 1957 were presented with a
"D" blanket.
Row 1: Tom R. Starr, Donald L.
Hamilton, John A. Morehead, James
R. Kelly, Duane A. Osburn, Robert
N. Younger, George C. Halfmann,
Prudence Dix Hilger.
Row 2: G. Richard Hershberger,
Wayne G. Reece, Robert W. Schrier,
Maynard D. Poland.
Row 3: Jerry H. Rose, Gary E. Jones,
Thomas L. Holthouse, Samuel K.
Ulmer, Don M. Dixon.

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From the DePauw Alumni Association

New president and vice president for DePauw
Alumni Association

Greetings from the Alumni Association and Bartlett Alumni House!

As director of alumni relations, I am delighted to introduce your new Alumni Association
officers. Lisa Henderson Bennett ’93 accepted the gavel from outgoing president Alison E. Frost
’69 during Alumni Reunion Weekend. Janet L. Johns ’85, past chair of the Career Services
Committee, began her term as vice president and president-elect. Continuing as secretary of the
Alumni Association Board of Directors is Stephen N. Combs ’87.
The Bartlett Alumni Office staff has the privilege of supporting this group of dedicated alumni
volunteers committed to promoting and supporting the welfare of our alma mater. One of the Jennifer Clarkson
great strengths of DePauw is our expansive network of dedicated alumni, parents and friends Soster

– and each of us can play an important role in helping advance DePauw. Here are some ways you
can continue to help us move forward:
• Make a gift to the Annual Fund today and help us achieve our participation goal
• Update your contact information in alumni e-Services (
• Join the DePauw Alumni Career Network, mentor current students and employ DePauw
graduates (
• Attend both on-campus and regional alumni events (
• Recommend and recruit prospective students
• Nominate alumni for the Alumni Association Board of Directors and Distinguished Alumni
Achievement Awards (
• Remember DePauw in your will and estate plans (
Both the Alumni Association Board of Directors and the Bartlett Alumni House staff hope you
are planning to join us for Old Gold Weekend Oct. 25-28, 2007. For more information, contact
the Office of Alumni Relations at or toll-free 877-658-2586.

Jennifer Clarkson Soster ’88

Director of Alumni Relations

Lisa Henderson Bennett ’93

(right) accepted the gavel
from outgoing DePauw
Alumni Association presi-
dent Alison E. Frost ’69
during Alumni Reunion

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Greek Life Advisory Council

strives to strengthen
DePauw’s Greek system GLAC
The Greek Life Advisory Council, an alumni-driven effort to strengthen the Greek system at Members:
DePauw, is intended to help the University and its Greek system continue to be leaders among ΑΧΩ
colleges and universities nationally. ΑΦ
“The results of the Greek Fact-Finding Commission and DePauw President Robert G. Bot- ΔΓ
toms’ personal interest in strengthening the DePauw Greek system allowed alumni to formalize a ΔΖ
group that has been meeting informally for years. At this critical time for DePauw’s Greek system,
alumni saw a great opportunity and worked to organize the Greek Life Advisory Council,” said
Lance A. DeNardin ’86, GLAC chair.
All Greek-letter organizations that DePauw currently recognizes and that have undergraduate
members at DePauw are eligible for GLAC membership, including members of organizations ΔΧ
in chapter houses or University-owned housing. GLAC also is open to Greek-letter organiza- ΔΤΔ
tions that have in the past had undergraduate members and currently have alumni members at ΔΥ
DePauw. Each member organization may designate a maximum of two representatives to the ΛΧΑ
GLAC Assembly. ΦΔΘ
“When viewed nationally, Greek systems on college campuses are under close scrutiny,” ΦΓΔ
DeNardin explained. “What GLAC and the DePauw administration are doing is demonstrating ΦΚΨ
that the DePauw experience has been and always will continue to be the best available in the ΣΑΕ
United States. ΣΧ
“The Greek alumni serving on the GLAC are uniquely situated and capable of advising the ΣΝ

The Greek Life Advisory Council executive committee, from left: Louis S. Hensley III ’77, Christopher L. Johnston ’83, Nina Budd, DePauw
President Robert G. Bottoms, Paul A. Wright ’79 and Lance A. DeNardin ’86.

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University on topics Current Greek Life Advisory Council Assembly
related to recruit- Representatives
ment, new member The following alumni are the current Greek Life Advisory
education, alcohol Council Assembly representatives. For more information, or to
abuse on campus, get involved on behalf of your Greek-letter organization, contact
and housing – in- your organization’s representative.
cluding health and Alpha Chi Omega
safety issues. These Karen L. Bushouse ’01 and Dorothy E. Doggett ’01
issues are common Alpha Phi
to most campuses President Robert G. Bottoms with Lance Lisa Kincaid and Linda Frauenhoff Maxwell ’74
A. DeNardin ’86 Delta Gamma
in America today.”
Catherine J. Donaldson ’80 and Jennifer Knapp
Cooperative efforts among the GLAC, DePauw administrators and
Delta Zeta
Board of Trustees has already produced a significant result. At its April
Natalie N. Seibert ’03 and Jean Gileno ’94
2007 meeting, the DePauw board approved new Housing Standards,
Kappa Alpha Theta
which were developed by GLAC and the DePauw administration. The Rebecca J. Lortz ’63 and *Nina Budd
standards will be applied consistently for students in University-owned Kappa Kappa Gamma
housing and Greek living units. In addition, the board voted to fund $5 Helen T. Carlson ’06 and Meghan E. Rowland ’07
million in health, safety and security improvements within the Greek liv- Pi Beta Phi
ing units (subject to approval by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service). Amy K. Bracken ’02 and Mary Ann Meyer ’61
The GLAC is led by an executive committee of five alumni volun- Alpha Tau Omega
teers selected by the Assembly representatives from their membership. John F. Davis ’88 and *Paul A. Wright ’79
Several committees, comprised of Assembly representatives and other Beta Theta Pi
Greek alumni volunteers, will address specific issues affecting Greek life Jacob P. Bracken ’02 and David R. Krebs ’78
at DePauw. (A list of GLAC Assembly representatives accompanies this Delta Chi
Timothy R. Rolfs ’02 and Dale E. Espich ’51
Delta Tau Delta
“The new relationship among the Greek alumni, DePauw admin-
John S. Null ’61 and James V. Palmer ’65
istration and faculty members, and the Greek national/international
Delta Upsilon
organizations will be defined in large part by those alumni serving on
Bruce A. Gastineau ’64
the GLAC Assembly and committees,” DeNardin said. “So the GLAC Lambda Chi Alpha
Executive Committee members encourage all our DePauw Greek orga- William M. Braman ’87
nizations – past and present, residential and non-residential – to engage Phi Delta Theta
their alumni and encourage them to serve on GLAC committees and *Christopher L. Johnston ’83 and
work in a positive way with their undergraduate members.” Darrell R. Johnson ’85
Alumni interested in becoming active in GLAC should contact their Phi Gamma Delta
Greek organization representative. If your Greek-letter organization is not George “Kit” C. Lortz ’62 and
yet a member, contact GLAC Chair DeNardin at Douglas D. Mitchell ’70
or Lisa Hollander, DePauw vice president of development and alumni Phi Kappa Psi
relations, at 877-658-2586. Christopher B. Oler ’95
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
*Lance A. DeNardin ’86 and Jan J. Kinzie ’81
Read more information and updates Sigma Chi
*Louis S. Hensley III ’77 and Ivan D. Hoffman ’01
about efforts to strengthen the
Sigma Nu
Greek system at DePauw by going to
Matthew B. Rager ’96 and James M. Hinshaw ’89
* Executive Committee Member

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You can submit nominations for Alumni Board

and Distinguished Alumni Awards
The DePauw University Alumni Association Board of Directors invites all alumni to submit
nominations for open board positions, as well as for an array of distinguished alumni awards.
Nominations are accepted throughout the year.
The nominating committee meets in winter, and new Alumni Board members and award
recipients are approved during the spring meeting. New members are invited to attend orienta-
tion at the spring meeting or the following fall meeting, and their terms of office commence
after the spring meeting. Therefore, the first official meeting is in the fall after election.
You can submit nominations for the Alumni Association Board of Directors and for alumni
awards to be presented during Old Gold Weekend 2008. Provide full name, class year and
address of the nominee as well as business or professional information. In addition, provide
a brief explanation of the qualifications of the nominee. Use your own words to list relevant
accomplishments or other recognitions. Include your name and daytime phone number.

Nominations will be accepted for the following:

• Alumni Association Board of Directors: For information about the Alumni Board, refer
to the information on the Web site at

• Old Gold Goblet: Eminence in life’s work and service to alma mater.

• Young Alumni Award: An alumnus or alumna under the age of 40 who has demonstrated
leadership in career and civic associations and has shown strong loyalty to DePauw University.

• Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award for Creative and Performing Arts:

Recognizing achievement in the fields of music, performance, fine arts and writing.

• Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award for Citizenship and Voluntary Service:

Recognizing accomplishment in public service and volunteer leadership.

• Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award for Management and Entrepreneurship

(in conjunction with The Robert C. McDermond Center for Management & Entrepreneur-
ship): Recognizing success and career leadership in business.

• Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award for Media (in conjunction with the Eugene
S. Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media Wall of Fame): Recognizing outstanding work in
print, broadcast or electronic media and journalism.

• Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award for Professional Achievement: Rec-

ognizing success and performance in science, medicine, nursing, clergy, law, education and
the military.

Send nominations to:

Jennifer Clarkson Soster ’88, director of alumni relations, DePauw University,
P.O. Box 37, Greencastle, IN 46135-0037;
fax: 765-658-4041; e-mail:

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Alumni assist the admission effort at

111 college fairs across the country
During the 2006-07 academic year, 113 alumni and friends assisted the Admission Office
by representing the University at 111 college fairs in 25 states. The assistance of these loyal
alumni and friends helps DePauw to attract students from all regions of the country. Admission
staff members express their sincere thanks to the following persons who helped to enroll this
fall’s entering class:

Alumni representatives College fair site Alumni representatives College fair site Alumni representatives College fair site
Marcia Pritchard Alig ’63 Plainsboro, N.J. Gerald M. Farro ’81 Stanford, Conn. Pamela Lorman Peternell ’68 Memphis, Tenn.
Rebecca Ranney Anders ’88 Lakewood, Ohio Diana McLucas Fisher ’96 Indianapolis Colleen M. Powers ’04 St. Louis
Brent D. Anderson ’84 Indianapolis Jennifer Siekman Fletcher ’94 Falls Church, Va. Stephanie Rivera ’05 Houston
Sherri Modrak Ashby ’87 Merrillville, Ind. McLean, Va. Mark A. Robertson ’72 Norman, Okla.
John F. Avery III ’05 Charlotte, N.C. Tamra V. Garnes ’98 Indianapolis William A. Rosche ’88 Broken Arrow, Okla.
Silvette Pope Bullard ’96 Springdale, Md. Gregory A. Gelzinnis ’84 Granite City, Ill. James W. Rowlett ’54 Scottsville, Mich.
Jeffrey R. & Anne David W. Gilbert ’65 Millburn, N.J. Traverse City, Mich.
(Christy ’86) Ballentine ’86 Milwaukee Miriam C. Grays ’06 Indianapolis Natalie Brown Shepard ’74 Lincoln, Neb.
Brooke Barbee ’03 Laguna Beach, Calif. Michelle Silkowski Hackett ’88 Redondo Beach, Calif. Toya R. Sherrod-Sarpy ’89 Maryland Heights, Mo.
Rancho Santa Margarita, Susan Thomas Hagaman ’64 Maplewood, N.J. Bradley J. Simmons ’93 Lake Forest, Ill.
Calif. Livingston, N.J. Jill M. Skogheim ’00 Richfield, Minn.
Ashley J. Barnett ’02 Indianapolis Colette Engert Harlow ’85 Grand Rapids, Mich. Elizabeth Nelson Smith ’71 Bowling Green, Ky.
Rajib R. Bhattacharjee ’05 Klein,Texas J. Carter Hiestand III ’77 Cleveland Heights, Ohio Dale Gossard Stevenson ’89 Quincy, Ill.
Luke E. Billman ’91 Piney Woods, Miss. University Heights, Ohio Alexander D. Stewart ’06 Indianapolis
Pamela Harris Blackburn ’72 Indianapolis Susan Sedgwick Hosking ’80 Wilmette, Ill. Andrea Lewis Thibodeau ’83 Grosse Pointe, Mich.
Stephanie Merrick Blaser ’88 Palatine, Ill. Susan M. Hossli ’86 Chicago Barbara Hayes Thomas ’72 Grosse Pointe Woods,
Carol Euken Bledsoe ’90 Fort Myers, Fla. Ruth Russ Huneke ’68 Summit, N.J. Mich.
Thomas E. Bletcher ’62 Ann Arbor, Mich. Jared N. Johnson ’05 Indianapolis Loren Cerone Tozer ’82 Flossmoor, Ill.
Cynthia Billys Brandon, Fla. Kathryn Rohlf Johnson ’93 Moline, Ill. Barbara Martin Tubekis ’80 Wilmette, Ill.
Andre L. Brewer ’93 St. Louis Park, Minn. Felicia S. Jones ’01 Indianapolis Karen Curley Vowells ’94 Madison, N.J.
Dr. Cathy A. Bryant ’86 Indianapolis Julia Smith Keepper ’79 Mt. Pleasant, Mich. Jeffrey A. Washburne ’92 St. Paul, Minn.
Bruce A. Buhrandt ’69 Naperville, Ill. Kristan Seyfarth Kelly ’88 Wilmette, Ill. Kerri L. Wightman ’93 Chamblee, Ga.
Gaylene Bos Burger ’83 Palos Hills, Ill. Jonathan D. Lau ’04 Bloomfield Hills, Mich. W. Hunter Wolbach ’97 Kansas City, Mo.
Robert G. Burney ’58 Leesburg, Va. Libby Flewellen Lee ’97 South Holland, Ill. Adrienne J. Woods ’03 Atlanta
Michael G. Burton ’91 Durham, N.C. Brian A. & Rebecca “Becky” James W. Wright ’64 Beverly Hills, Calif.
Caryn O’Brien Callanan ’89 Bloomfield Hills, Mich. (Howard ’95) Logan ’95 Frankfort, Ky. Burbank, Calif.
James M. Callane ’64 Kokomo, Ind. Kai R. Martin ’03 Indianapolis Corona, Calif.
Nipun Chopra ’06 Edmund, Okla. Donald L. & Kimberly Costa Mesa, Calif.
Pamela A. Collins ’75 Moorpark, Calif. (Self ’90) McArthur-Self ’90 Romeoville, Ill. Cypress, Calif.
Virginia Colten-Bradley ’74 St. Peters, Mo. Stacy Wilson McCann ’91 Madison, N.J. Fullerton, Calif.
Marc E. Cooper ’76 Palo Alto, Calif. Denise McDermott River Grove, Ill. Irvine, Calif.
Kimberly A. Cowgill ’90 Greenville, S.C. Joan D. McElin ’74 Grayslake, Ill. Laguna Hills, Calif.
Deonna N. Craig ’04 Indianapolis Barbara Ring McKone ’81 Maryland Heights, Mo. LaHabra, Calif.
Frederick M. Crampton ’01 Chicago Jennifer A. Mezger ’05 Chicago Lakewood, Calif.
Devon R. Crittenden ’89 Indianapolis Amanda Holt Miller ’03 Jackson Hole, Wyo. Los Angeles
Daynan J. Crull ’03 Staten Island, N.Y. Nadia T. Mitchem ’98 Springdale, Md. Rancho Santa Margarita,
Adam W. Czerwinski ’03 Aurora, Ill. Jennifer King Molyneaux ’08 Davenport, Iowa Calif.
Elizabeth “Betsy” Rocharda Moore Morris ’74 Hammond, Ind. Santa Ana, Calif.
Kosobud Davis ’90 Des Plaines, Ill. Sheila M. Nash ’96 St. Charles, Ill. Santa Monica, Calif.
William S. Dickinson Jr. ’83 San Antonio, Texas C. Shea Nickell ’81 Paducah, Ky. Torrance, Calif.
Gabrielle Giuliano Draflo ’96 Elgin, Ill. Kerry E. Notestine ’79 Bellaire, Texas Tustin, Calif.
Myron E. El ’76 Indianapolis Kendall L. Noyes ’00 Tulsa, Okla. Russell D. Young ’89 Durham, N.C.
Eric J. Elgin ’04 Charlotte, N.C. Jessica L. Oesch ’06 Hazelwood, Mo. Ann Cederblad Zielinski ’75 Champaign, Ill.
Mark E. English ’64 Naples, Fla. Colin P. O’Flaherty ’04 Santa Monica, Calif. Elizabeth Weidman
Nancy Oviatt Erkkila ’61 Brecksville, Ohio Sherman Oaks, Calif. Zuercher ’66 Irvine, Calif.
Matthew R. & Natalie Stahl Patchell ’74 Kalamazoo, Mich. Laguna Hills, Calif.
Alana (Keilman ’01) Farrell Chicago Debra Ranney Patterson ’93 Lakewood, Ohio Tustin, Calif.

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Six exciting alumni tours planned in 2008

The Alumni Relations Office and Thomas P. Gohagan & Company in Chicago have scheduled
six extraordinary travel programs for DePauw alumni in 2008. Don’t miss out on these tours:
Island Life in Tahiti and French Polynesia – March 16-24, 2008
On a captivating seven-night cruise through the sublime paradise of French Polynesia, experi-
ence the best in South Pacific sailing aboard the intimate, exclusively chartered S.Y. Star Flyer
clipper. The program balances comprehensive excursions with leisure time on the idyllic islands
of Bora Bora, Moorea, Raiatea and Huahine. A series of in-depth, private lectures on the ecology,
culture and natural history of the South Seas will be given by resident environmental expert Frank
Murphy. From $2,695 per person.
Village Life Along the Waterways of Holland and Belgium – April 4-12, 2008
Celebrate the spirit and beauty of springtime in the Low Countries. Join this program at the
height of Holland’s brilliant tulip season and explore the picturesque towns of Gouda, Middelburg
and Delft, which recall Holland’s 17th-century Golden Age. Visit Holland’s famous windmills at
Kinderdijk and Keukenhof Gardens. Discover the magnificent architectural and artistic legacy of
Belgium’s medieval merchant towns. From $1,995 per person.
Mandarin China – May 12-24, 2008
Journey from the imperial dignity of Mandarin Beijing, to the dynastic treasures of the ancient
capital of Xi’an, to the historic neighborhoods of Old Shanghai. A highlight of the program is a
three-night cruise through the breathtaking Yangtze River Gorges aboard the deluxe M.S. Victoria
Katarina, the finest ship sailing the Yangtze. From $3,995 per person.
Cruising the Baltic Sea and Norwegian Fjords – June 15-27, 2008
This program combines a private meeting with Nobel Laureate and Solidarity leader Lech
Walesa in Gdansk, Poland, with the senic grandeur of the Norwegian Fjords, treasures of St.
Petersburg, great ports of Scandinavia and the reborn former Soviet republics of Lithuania, Latvia
and Estonia. From $3,995 per person.
The Great Journey through Europe – June 23-July 3, 2008
A “European grand tour,” this distinctive program features such cultural and scenic treasures
as soaring medieval cathedrals, legendary castles of the Rhine River, terraced vineyards, mythical
Lorelei Rock and the majestic snow-crowned peaks of the Swiss Alps. Trace the course of the
romantic Rhine from the Netherlands through Germany and France to Switzerland. From $2,995
per person.
Island Life in Malta and Sicily – Sept. 24-Oct. 2, 2008
Experience the ageless way of life on the Mediterranean islands of Malta and Sicily, the
crossroads of civilizations. Walk through the historic Megalithic and Phoenician monuments of
Malta and explore Sicily’s classical Greco-Roman heritage in Siracusa, Agrigento and Taormina.
Visit the Maltese beach where St. Paul once was shipwrecked and walk in the footsteps of the
legendary Knights of the Order of St. John. From $2,895 per person.

For more information about these exciting tours, to obtain a brochure and learn how to
register, contact the DePauw Alumni Relations Office at
or call 877-658-2586.

Oct. 25-28, 2007 his year marks the 100th
anniversary of Old Gold

Weekend (formerly Old
Gold Day). Visit the

DePauw campus and
celebrate a century of tradition and pride
Oct. 25-28.
A weekend to recognize The weekend will include dedication of new
buildings on campus, a celebration of alumni
O U T S TA N D I N G achievement and the traditional Old Gold
Alumni Achievement football game. The Judson and Joyce Green
Center for the Performing Arts will be dedicated
Ce l e b - 2 0 0 7 on Thursday with a special performance of the
100 y rating Grammy Award-winning Orpheus Chamber
Old Goe a r s o f Orchestra in the evening.
ld Day
On Friday, the Janet Prindle Institute for
Ethics at the DePauw Nature Park will be
dedicated and will include remarks by Rev.
James A. Forbes Jr., senior minister emeritus
at The Riverside Church in New York City.
Also on Friday, the Distinguished Alumni
Achievement Awards will be presented at a
banquet beginning at 6 p.m. at the Student
Social Center at the Walden Inn.
We hope you can join us for all of these
special events.
Congratulations to the 2007 Distin-
guished Alumni Achievement Award winners:
Theodore M. Solso ’69, Old Gold Goblet;
Travis S. Nelson ’93, Young Alumni Award;
Thomas R. Schuck ’72, Distinguished
Alumni Achievement Award for Citizenship
and Voluntary Service; Willis H. “Bing”
Davis ’59, Distinguished Alumni Achieve-
ment Award for Creative and Performing Arts;
Angela Hicks Bowman ’95, Distinguished
Alumni Achievement Award for Management
“As a result of the Conference of the
and Entrepreneurship; John Frost Bridge
student body and the faculty last night it was ’42 (dec.), Distinguished Alumni Achievement
decided that there would be a holiday and that a
custom known as Old Gold Day will be inaugurated
Award for Media; Wallace J. Nichols ’89,
which should touch one of the high-water marks in Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award for
DePauw enthusiasm.”
– from The DePauw Daily
Professional Achievement.
November 13, 1907 For more information, go to www.depauw.
edu/alumni/oldgold or contact the Office of
Alumni Relations at 877-658-2586.

Alumni Programs

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Catch the spirit!

Host a Monon Bell telecast party on Nov. 10
In 2006 alumni enjoyed 54 Monon bell telecast parties across the Alumni Relations Web site at
nation. This year you can add to the fun by serving as a telecast party If you like to hang out with DePauw friends (and friendly Wabash
host in your area. alums, too), love Tiger football and would enjoy some free stuff from
This season’s historic clash between the DePauw Tigers and Wabash your alma mater, then you should host a Monon Bell telecast party
Little Giants is scheduled on Saturday, Nov. 10, at 1p.m. at Blackstock on Nov. 10, or attend the party in your area! You can check out the
Stadium. Wabash, which won last year’s battle in Hollett Little Giant list of confirmed parties by going to the Web site above.
Stadium, leads the legendary series by two games, 53-51-9, heading DePauw’s Office of Alumni Relations will create and mail telecast
into the 114th Monon Bell Classic. party invitations for you. The office also will mail each party site a
The 2007 Monon Bell game will be broadcast live on the high-defini- game-day goodie box. Each host will receive a special token of our
tion network HDNet. For up-to-date telecast details, check the DePauw thanks for your efforts. So, volunteer today!

If you are interested in hosting a telecast party in your area, contact Claudia de Leon,
assistant director and coordinator of alumni programs, at 877-658-2586 or

Class Notes


Joseph O. Beals retired as superintendent of
all stores operation for Jay C. Grocery, after 51 The class notes section of DePauw Magazine
years of service. He and his wife, Kathryn, live in allows DePauw alumni to keep their classmates and
Columbus, Ind. the University current on their careers, activities
and whereabouts.
All information for class notes should be sent to
1933 DePauw University, DePauw Magazine, 300 E. Semi-
nary Street, P.O. Box 37, Greencastle, IN 46135-0037.
Loren B. Pope, author of Looking Beyond the

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Ivy League and Colleges That Change Lives, was You may also fax the information to (765) 658-4625
profiled in The New York Times in a March 2007 or e-mail to
issue. The article noted that Loren has spent several Photographs will be used as space allows and
years “vigorously promoting to high school students cannot be returned. If you submit digital photos,
and their parents the virtues of small, little-known Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 the images should be shot at the highest resolution
liberal arts colleges.” Loren is former education Class of 1947 on the digital camera. Images must be saved at
editor of the Times and later an independent the highest resolution or 300 dpi minimum in
Joel E. Grizzell, Kenneth J. Lee JPEG format.
college counselor.
In the interest of privacy, we will publish home
and e-mail addresses only if an alumnus or alumna
1939 1949 specifically requests us to do so.
W. Kennith Class notes printed in DePauw Magazine will also
Dr. Joseph G. Merrill is one of 125 citizens Hollis was honored
featured in Grand Junction’s Story, a book com- be included in the online version of the magazine.
April 14, 2007, at Please direct class note questions to Larry
memorating the 125th anniversary of the city a gala dinner given
in Colorado. Joseph began his practice in Grand Ligget, editorial assistant, DePauw University,
by the Indianapolis P.O. Box 37, 300 E. Seminary St., Greencastle,
Junction in 1950. He was the first board certified St. Luke’s United
general surgeon in the area and did the first chest IN 46135-0037. Phone: (765) 658-4627; fax (765)
MethodistChurch’s 658-4625; e-mail
surgery in 1951. He retired in 1988. He and his wife World Missions
live at 2636 El Corona Drive, Grand Junction, CO – Editor
Commission. Ken
81501. They spend their winters in Arizona. was recognized for
his participation
in more than 80 W. Kennith Hollis ’49 1952
1940 mission projects Barbara Brewer Clark noted on her 55th
William F. Welch received an honorary Doctor around the world. (See photo, above.) reunion biographical questionnaire that she is a
of Laws degree at DePauw’s 168th commence- member of a three-generation DePauw family:
ment, May 20, 2007. Bill is of counsel for the herself; her mother, Gladys Trick Brewer ’22 (dec.);
Indianapolis law firm of Bingham McHale LLP.
He is a lifetime trustee of DePauw. He was hon-
1950 and her daughter, Maryanne B. Clark ’82. All
graduated 30 years apart. Barbara and her husband,
Norman H. Hake and his wife, Carol,
ored by DePauw in 1970 with an alumni citation, live at 643 Ember Crest Drive, Fairview Joseph H. Clark ’49, live in Indianapolis.
and in 1999 with the Old Gold Goblet. He was Heights, IL 62208. Norman’s e-mail address is
50th reunion class speaker in 1990 and served
as president of the DePauw Alumni Association 1953
Board of Directors. Rev. Robert A. Schilling, a 1956 graduate of
Boston University School of Theology, was pre-
sented with the school’s Distinguished Alumnus
Award, May 19, 2007. Bob retired in 2002 after
41 years as minister of worship and the arts at
North United Methodist Church in Indianapolis.
He continues to be active in various musical and
administrative capacities, both locally and nation-
ally. He was the program coordinator and a recitalist
for the July 2007 national convention of the Organ
Historical Society in central Indiana. Bob and his
wife, Rita, have six children and nine grandchildren.
Bob’s e-mail address is

Merle F. Allshouse, is retired director of the
Academy of Senior Professionals at Eckerd College
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and current fellow of the Florida Studies Program

at the University of South Florida.
Gretchen Kiger Cryer, playwright and per-
former, and Nancy Ford Charles, composer and
Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 1942 writer, had their autobiographical show, Getting
Robert W. Lott, Mary Ann Jones Hanna, Joan Dowling Adelott Their Act Together Again, performed in New York

Class Notes
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Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 1952

Row 1: James L. Bogue, Carolyn Coleman Searight, Carol Rylander Reitan, Martha Sanders Saunders, Irene Cattran Stephens, Beverly Grant Patterson,
Geraldine Aker Pritchett, Janet Lewis Williams, Barbara Miller Meeker, Marilyn Newpart Leis, Janet Cain Ducommun, Irene Koebke Ansel, Don B. Ansel,
Susan Sawens Nelson, James H. Williams. Row 2: Fern Hilton Davis, Fauneil Brattain Stewart, James K. Chamness, Louis J. Fontaine, Gregory L. Smith,
Mabel Schloot Smith, Barbara Tucker Bryant, Nancy Cox Fontaine, Marilyn Thomas Peterson, Charles A. Leis, Joann Wine White, Paul H. Lee, Suzanne
Sturges Lee. Row 3: Carol Nelson Johnson, Janet Sollitt Scholtes, Miriam Ely Zukoski, Martha Curry Morey, Martha Clark Rice, Janet Teetor Loring,
Richard W. Loring, Marilyn Heaton Fackler, Natalie Graham Nicholson, Helen Gibson Tykal, Jack B. Tykal, Gloria Lindquist Daily, Lois McQueen
Gartner. Row 4: Glenn C. Hannah, Nancy Hartz Nesbit, William R. Nesbit, Charles W. Hillman, Sally Symon Stevens, Richard W. Fulmer, Mary Jane
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Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 1957

Row 1: Anne Allaway Gilbert, Larry K. Hardin, H.E. “Barney” Burroughs, Sandra Louy Burroughs, Veryl F. “Skip” Frye, Paula Sedgwick Scism, James B. Cash,
Barbara Leske Roob, Everett A. “Ed” Fox, Mary Lou Manning, Suzanne DeCosted Breckenridge, Margaret “Peg” Steffen Sant’Ambrogio, Carol Taylor Smith,
Jacqueline Snyder Critchett, Virginia Armstrong Weise. Row 2: Susannah H. Lippman, Shirley Fouch Muller, Robert H. Puckett, Wayne G. Reece, Neal F. Fisher,
Charles E. Ballinger, Hirotsugu “Chuck” Iikubo, G. Richard Hershberger, Jo Petry Hershberger, Leila Scelonge Edwards, Mary Lynn Harris Harris, Mary Shauman
Reiff, Jane Thoma Hammond, Nancy Hunger Galliher, Carol Rudolph Stoddard. Row 3: Lou Ubben Walton, Mary Ball Hoeltzel, Sue Galbraith Roberts, Joan
Rideout Phillips, Donna Hostetter Peebles, Roberta Bruns Oleson, Jeanne Petracek Kipp, Barbara Garrett Krause, Frances Ott Allen, Eleanor Lewis Cummisford,
Robert G. Cummisford, Mirriam Cole Breese, Anne Jaudon Campbell, Judith Roser Smith, Rosanne Miller Jacks, Sue Richardson Owen. Row 4: Janet Hoffmark
Laut, Frank D. Walker, Maynard D. Poland, J. Michael Yohe, Robert N. Younger, Richard J. Laker, Duane A. Osburn, Richard L. Talbott, Thomas R. Ransom,
Ralf E. “Jim” Snelson, James C. Van Horne, Tom R. Starr, Prudence Dix Hilger, Eugenia Brown Galliher. Row 5: Jane Umbreit Nestory, Gary E. Jones, J. Patrick
Aikman, Richard H. Rohm, Salli Stoodt Rohm, Richard A. Ohs, Susan Blair Lemser, Lawrence S. Lemser, Margaret Dailey Kuehrmann, Carol Rossman Creelman,
Nancy Ade DeLong, Judy Buckner Shepherd, Lois Cashin Danner. Row 6: Louette Hartmann Ames, Garth F. Essig, Robert C. Sammons, Sharon Noll Smith,
Walter M. Bagot, Gail Achtner Hawk, Fred W. Hawk, M. Elizabeth Moorhouse Morrow, Barbara Zerell Edwards, Judith Shafer Davidson, LouAnn Hart Williams,
George R. DeLong, Ann Bowen Yonan, Duane R. Yonan. Row 7: Nicholas L. Jones, Samuel L. Ulmer, John E. Morrill, Joseph M. Beals, Robert W. Schrier, Eugene
N. Halladay, George C. Halfmann, Ronald T. Hafer, John L. Yarling, Jerry H. Rose, Dwight F. Walton, Max L. Stackhouse, Jean Hostetler Stackhouse, John A.
Morehead. Row 8: James K. Loveless, Martha Faitz Gamble, Barbara Wright Nesbit, Ann Bland Knapp, Gail Loomis Ward, H. Dale Bracey, Robert M. Burleigh,
Dorothy A. Drake, Nancy Neal Keating, Jane Mathews Braman, Janice Roberts Mair, Mary Jordan Berkebile, Dale E. Berkebile. Row 9: Mary Goff Pontius, Ann
Luttrell Grant, Phyllis Patterson Kiser, Cary Kay Fellman, Marilee Lidikay McCallister, Elizabeth Phelps Kelly, James R. Kelly, Roger J. Rowen, Nancy Ford Charles,
Frank D. Kaiser, E. Reece Painter. Row 10: Donald H. Hamilton, William R. Powell, Charles B. Kirkdoffer, F. Michael McLain, Paul C. Arnold, Max W. Dixon,
Larry R. Robinson, David M. Stone, Vernon E. Jordan Jr., Gretchen Kiger Cryer, Judith Folk Aikman.

Class Notes
theaters April 10-20, 2007. An article at Broadway.
com noted that the pair are “best-known for their
Jane Powell Riggs is a retired technical librarian.
She volunteers in Jefferson (Colo.) County public
Dr. Ferid Mu-
groundbreaking feminist musical, I’m Getting My schools. She established a program to provide a
rad is the director
Act Together and Taking It On the Road. The musical home for 17 boys and girls who were exchange
emeritus of the
opened in 1978 at the Public Theater in New York students or in need of housing. She was also active
Brown Founda-
and moved to Circle in the Square Downtown for in 1390 Housing, which provided two houses for
tion Institute of
a three-year run. low-income elderly and managed one of the houses.
Molecular Medi-
Vernon E. Jordan Jr. received an honorary law She and her husband, Kenton, live in Lakewood,
cine for the Pre-
degree from the University of Georgia, May 12, Colo. They have three grown children.
vention of Human
2007. Vernon is senior managing director of Lazard Judith “Judie” Roser Smith is crisis coordinator
Diseases (IMM) at
Frères & Co., LLC in New York City. for Dallas Independent Schools District. She writes
the University of
Sharon McBroom Brunjes and her husband, in her 50th reunion biographical questionnaire that
Texas in Houston.
Jack, live in Parkville, Mo. They have three grown she became concerned about teen suicide in the early
He is the Texas
children, six grandchildren and two great-grand- 1980s. She developed one of the first school suicide
Nobel Scholar of
children. Sharon received the Senior Sportswoman prevention programs that expanded into school crisis Dr. Ferid Murad ’58 The University of
Award from the Women’s Intersports Network in planning and crisis teams. Judy is a national lecturer
Texas Health Sci-
2004, for her work and participation in the fitness and trainer in the field of crisis intervention and suicide
ence Center at Houston. He continues as director
industry. She taught fitness classes for 20 years, prevention and author of four books. She serves on
of the IMM’s Center for Cell Signaling and director
beginning at the age of 50. Although she does not the board of directors for the American Association
of the health science center’s research program in
teach classes anymore, Sharon continues to go to of Suicidology as well as chair of the Dallas Suicide
intracellular signaling. (See photo, above.)
the gym for cardio and weight machine work. She and Crisis Center. She and her husband, Mark, live
said in her 50th reunion biographical questionnaire, in Dallas. They have three grown children.
“A gym rat grandma, I’d say my personal interest
is keeping healthy enough to do the daily chores.”
Glenn J. Slanec is retired president of Slanec
Star Marketing. He founded North Evergreen
Frederick F. Thornburg is director of the
Richard A. Ohs is retired president of sales for Activity Trails, which is part of American Dis-
business program at Carlos Albizu University
Christensen & Olsen Foundry in Chicago. He said covery Trail linking the east and west coasts.
in Miami.
in his 50th reunion biographical questionnaire that He and his wife, Alice (Jones ’58) Slanec live in
he “finally obtained my service medals (four) from Evergreen, Colo.
the Korean War.”
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Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 1962

Row 1: Karen Wilkinson French Fruits, Sally Smith Manhard, Virginia Nelson Combs, Marilyn Miller Holmes, Suzanne Noble Gerke, Sandra Aldrich Drew,
Saundra Fabrick MacGregor, Gail Troyka Martin, Marilyn Mantle Wagmiller, Patricia Fremon Atcheson, Pauline Paddock Larson. Row 2: Marilyn Kitchen
Halteman, Lynda Bayliff Huey, Sara Freeman Gerleman, Nancy Blair Leonard, Linda Sellen Frazier, Terry Garrison Beagle, Thomas C. Beagle, Edward
W. Johnson, Warren E. Magnuson. Row 3: Walter O. Erxleben, Bette Alexander Erxleben, Sara Johnson Adair, Susan Bradley Fitch, Linda Martin Katula,
Nancy Tregenza Little, Jo Ankeny Lindamood, Joyce Suess Cailor, Barbara E. Smith, Susan BonDurant, Patricia Murphy DeArmond, L. Alan Winslow,
James R. Kuehl. Row 4: Mary Ann Goetcheus, Clare Johnson Swanson, Virginia Van Kirk Gray, Linda Lorton Spier, Karen Hine Compton, Barbara Wil-
liamson Pack, Cecilia Valaoras Danigelis, Ellen Myers Clippinger, Joseph C. Nicholson, Frederick O. Roberts, James P. Zerface. Row 5: Douglas McLaren,
Judith Williams McLaren, Eleanor Zimmerly Rink, James L. Stoops, Herbert J. Spier Jr., Clyde D. Compton, Michael G.B. Evans, James E. Lashley, James
C. Dillon, William J. Vesey, John R. Watson. Row 6: John W. Hare, John A. Kellogg, Lawrence D. Rink, Frederick V. Bales, G. David Schiering, Douglas
B. Oler, Garry S. Moore, Gerald D. Capoot, James B. Drew, Robert B. Nelson, John E. Suster III. Row 7: William W. Graham, Terry L. McCoy, John W.
Hederick Jr., Richard L. Fairchild, Thomas O. Dawson, Walter R. Foltz, George C. Lortz, Ronald L. Randall, Elgin A. Manhard Jr., Charles S. Combs,
Stuart G. Cozzens. Row 8: Fred L. Hanley, Thomas F. Smith, Robert S. Atcheson, John B. Childers, Dean L. Cook.

Class Notes

1963 for the North Carolina Division of Marine Fish-

eries. He was recognized with two recent awards
Dr. Philip N. Eskew Jr. retired June 29, 2007, Nancy Holsapple Lewis and Sharon Mitchell
for his work in improving management of coastal
as director of physician and patient relations from Renfro ’68 were among those who joined Ramona
fisheries habitat in North Carolina. He received a
St. Vincent’s Hospital in Indianapolis after 39 Houseworth Penland ’69 and her husband, Cecil,
Pelican Award from the North Carolina Coastal
years of service. During his career he delivered in celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary at
Federation, June, 2006. He was named Natural
5,000 babies, gave 15 gallons of blood, and was Doc-O-Lakes in Milton, Ind. Ramona and Cecil
Resource Scientist of the Year for 2006 in February
instrumental in the expansion and development own and operate the Doc-O-Lakes campground.
2007 by North Carolina Wildlife Federation. Mike
of St. Vincent’s facilities.
has been employed with North Carolina Division
Mary Price Swain is Girl Scouts-Indian Hills
of Marine Fisheries since January 1970.
Council’s 2007 Woman of Distinction. The annual
award is given to a woman who demonstrates the For a schedule
values of the Girl Scout program as well as one who
works to improve her community. Mary is provost
1966 of alumni events
Joyce Dixon Wilson-Sanford retired as ex-
and vice president for academic affairs at Bingham-
ecutive vice president of strategic organizational or
ton University/State University of New York.
development and learning at Delhaize Group, July
1, 2007. Delhaize is an international food retailer
information about
1964 based in Belgium. Old Gold Weekend
Sharon Kniebbe Hartshorn and her husband,
Dr. Robert A. Bender retired after 30 years of
Terry, received The Giving is Living Award as a part and
medical practice in Eugene, Ore. He enjoys run-
ning, birding, cooking and following the activities
of the Spirit of Volunteerism Awards sponsored by
the Volunteer Center of Orange County (Calif.).
Monon Bell parties
of sons Alex, 20, and Chris, 14. Bob’s e-mail address
The award is in recognition of demonstrated and go to:
outstanding community service and philanthropic
endeavors. Sharon is a member of the DePauw Board
1965 of Trustees. Terry is the founder, chairman and chief
executive officer of PacifiCare Health Systems.
Michael W. Street is a natural resources scientist
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Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 1967

Row 1: Frances Wing Pressel, Kay E. Johnson, Martha Deckman Schlauch, Catharine Hein Martin, Nancy Stewart Surber, Pamela A. McKee, Elizabeth
Swan Snively, Elizabeth Hamilton Smith, Heidi Schultz Huizenga, Janet McAdams, Elizabeth Witler Bosin, Carole Thorlton Gorsich, A. Claire Childress.
Row 2: Alan K. Wells, Wendy E. Browder, Andrea Caperell-Grant, Constance Weimer Asbury, Deborah Schade Thomas, Barrie A. Peterson, Barbara Ko-
epke Cornelsen, Ann Barrow Cook, William H. Watson, F. Garret Pfleeger, Marcia Swearingen Pfleeger. Row 3: Steven L. Barclay, Victoria Mayfield Hall,
Jean Gossard James, M. Gay Frankenfeld Gauch, Brenda Dunfield Johnson, Kay Daugherty Klunder, John A. Thomas, Sally Crowden Barrett, Dennis L.
Barrett, Victoria Stembridge Woodward, Susan Steele Marquez. Row 4: Thomas R. Teegarden, Stephen M. Davis, Thomas O. Erb, Stephen W. Hadley,
Merle B. Rose III, John H. Huneke III, Constance Nagle Bachert, Frederick E. Bachert, James M. Taylor, Dean C. Osterling, Sally Hauck Allen. Row 5:
R. David Hoover, Suzanne Anderson Hoover, Richard A. Hall, Robert E. Hausner, H. Groves Cooke, Robert E. Blessing, John T. Casey, Richard M. Beaty,
Thomas L. Metz, James A. Readey. Row 6: Daniel T. Hasbrook, Randolph H. Stokely, Michael C. Maeder, Robert G. Palmer, Kenneth D. Hansley, Michael
J. Demaray, Daniel C. Blaney, Wendell R. Drew, Ralph E. Spelbring, Philip G. Decker.

To change your address call (765) 658-4205 or

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Class Notes
own and operate the Doc-O-Lakes campground. viding “a platform for a voice of the voiceless.” She
Sharon retired from teaching English in Alexandria, is the founder and publisher of the RoundTable in
Ind., after 31 years. She is co-founder and assistant Evanston, Ill. Mary and her husband, Larry, live in
director of Beauty for Ashes Transitional Home for Evanston. Larry is a partner in the Chicago law firm
Women in Alexandria, Ind. (See photo, left.) of Bell, Boyd and Lloyd. They have two children
Thomas W. Walsh retired as a partner of Price- and one granddaughter. (See photo, below left.)
waterhouseCoopers, June 30, 2007, after a 37-year Nancy Holsapple Lewis ’67 and Sharon
career. His career included service in the firm’s Mitchell Renfro ’68 were among those who joined
Tampa, Fla.; Melbourne, Australia; Washington, Ramona Houseworth Penland and her husband,
Nancy Holsapple Lewis ’67, Sharon Mitchell Renfro D.C.; and New York offices. He had leadership Cecil, in celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary
’68 and Ramona Houseworth Penland ’69. roles in the financial services and insurance industry at Doc-O-Lakes in Milton, Ind. Ramona and Cecil
practices, serving clients in the United States as well own and operate the Doc-O-Lakes campground.
Nancy has worked in the United States Postal as in Bermuda, France, the United Kingdom and (See photo, left.)
Service for the past 26 years. (See photo, above.) Switzerland. Tom also served in a leadership role Ben A. Rich is a professor and School of
Richard M. Jordan is regional dean of the Texas with the American Institute of Certified Public Ac- Medicine Alumni Association Endowed Chair of
Tech University Health Sciences Center School countants and numerous charitable and community Bioethics at the University of California, Davis
of Medicine at Amarillo. He is responsible for the organizations as well as six years on DePauw’s Alumni School of Medicine. He and his wife, Kathleen
academic, research and clinical administration for Board. He and his wife, Judi, live in Portsmouth, Mills, live in Fair Oaks, Calif.
the school of medicine’s activities. R.I., and Beaver Creek, Colo. Tom’s e-mail address Theodore “Tim” M. Solso received the 2007
Craig R. Stokely is lead director of the board is American Business Award for Best Chairman,
of directors for Chromcraft Revington, a leading given to recognize outstanding performances in
furniture manufacturer and marketer. He is president the workplace as well as the International Execu-
of The Stokely Partnership Inc. in Wayne, Ill. 1969 tive of the Year Award, June 2007, given by the
Mary Helt Academy of International Business. In May 2007
Gavin received a Tim gave one of the keynote addresses at the Second
1968 2007 Studs Terkel Annual Conference for Corporate Responsibility
Mari McGaughey Greves was honored March 6, Award that is pre- Officers in New York City and was a speaker at
2007, in Vancouver, Wash., as Woman of Achieve- sented by Colum- the Academy of International Business meeting in
ment for Clark County, Wash. Mari has served on bia College-based June 2007. Tim is chairman and chief executive
Vancouver School District Board for 11 years. Community Me- officer of Cummins Inc. in Indianapolis.
Sharon Mitchell Renfro and Nancy Holsapple dia Workshop for Robert M. Steele received an honorary Doctor
Lewis ’67 Renfro were among those who joined Ra- outstanding jour- of Journalism degree at DePauw’s 168th com-
mona Houseworth Penland ’69 and her husband, nalism in Greater mencement, May 20, 2007. Bob is Nelson Poynter
Cecil, in celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary Chicago. Mary was Scholar for Journalism Values and Senior Faculty
at Doc-O-Lakes in Milton, Ind. Ramona and Cecil Mary Helt Gavin ’69 recognized for pro- in Ethics at Poynter Institute for Media Studies
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Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 1972

Row 1: James Watt, Catherine Ryan Watt, Alexe Reed Fogle, Chris Fogle, Constance Ryan Lathrop, Scott C. Norris, Pamela Philbrook Shultz. Row 2: Scott
P. Smith, Linda Evans Smith, Deborah Aydelott, Richard V. Laukitis, Jill Cummins-Laukitis, Alden C. Cummins, Wade R. Nichols, Cliff Sellery, Robert
H. Shultz. Row 3: S. Robert Trottmann III, Jacqueline B. Trottmann, J. Michael Boyle, Sharon Anderson Mellin, D. Thomas Mellin, Christopher H. Penn,
Marshall L. Kiel, Eric S. Smith, William J. Watt Jr. Row 4: Harry E. Page Jr., Karen Winkler, Joe D. Kinnett, Linda Bellinger Kinnett, Anne Troxel Golden,
O. Roderick Wilson, Carol Flummerfelt Helmling, Thomas R. Schuck. Row 5: Neal E. Kitchell, John M. Patten, Sylvia Thale Patten, Susan Marschel
Deffaa, Bobbi Cokinis Prichard, Lex Prichard, Gerald F. Fitzgerald Jr.

Class Notes
in Saint Petersburg, Fla. He is author of Doing Catherine R. Ryan and James A. Watt were creators of a new energy bar, HEADSHOT Candy
Ethics in Journalism: A Handbook with Case Studies married March 10, 2007. They live in Westfield, Ind. Bar, which is gaining popularity and an expanding
and Newsroom Ethics: Decision Making for Quality Cathy’s e-mail address is market. They began marketing their energy bars
Coverage. Bob serves on the advisory board for in their local area of Hendricks County (Ind.) at
DePauw’s Center for Contemporary Media. the Lan Gaming Center and are expanding to
1973 include other I-Games centers, chain stores, candy
Larry and Brenda (Fritzinger ’74) Behle are the distributors and venues throughout the country.
1971 creators of a new energy bar, HEADSHOT Candy (See photo, below.)
Doug Frantz is a member of the final judging Bar, which is gaining popularity and an expanding Raymond G. Smith is an attorney with the
panel of the Gerald Loeb Awards for distinguished market. They began marketing their energy bars Louisville, Ky., law firm of Boehl Stopher & Graves,
business and financial journalism. The awards are in their local area of Hendricks County (Ind.) at LLP. His areas of practice are appellate litigation,
given to recognize journalists who have contributed the Lan Gaming Center and are expanding to general civil litigation, and insurance and contract
to the public’s understanding of business, finance include other I-Games centers, chain stores, candy law. Raymond was listed in The Best Lawyers in
and the economy. Doug is the managing editor distributors and venues throughout the country. America in 2005-07.
of the Los Angeles Times. He is a member of the (See photo, below right.)
advisory board for the Eugene S. Pulliam Center Timothy J. Evans is executive director of
for Contemporary Media at DePauw. Northlight Theatre in Skokie, Ill. 1975
Mikella Kaiser Lowe is superintendent of Thomas H. Gee is the chief executive officer David B. Becker is a member of the board
Anderson (Ind.) Community Schools. of the Henry County Medical Center in Paris, of directors of the Indianapolis-based managed
Pamela Sandberg Delnagro is one of five Tenn. He is the author of “Establishment of a technology services provider, BlueLock. David
United States tennis umpires selected to officiate Comunitywide EMS First-Responder Program” is chief executive officer of four other Indiana
at the 2007 World Games for Special Olympics article that appeared in the Journal of Healthcare technology companies.
in Shanghai, China. Pam is an adaptive physical Management, June 2007.
education teacher and is part-time executive direc- Dr. John “Jack” L. Vander Schilden is team
tor of the Northern Illinois District of the United physician for the University of Arkansas at Little
States Tennis Association. In her free time, she Rock. The Arkansas Athletic Trainers’ Association
officiates at junior and adult tennis tournaments honored him with a lifetime honorary membership
as well as collegiate matches at Northwestern as well as renamed one of its scholarships the Dr. Jack
University and other area colleges. Pam and her Vander Schilden Graduate Student Scholarship.
husband, Dennis, live in Algonquin, Ill.

1972 Pamela J. Coburn performed three concerts
Scott H. Decker is the co-editor of International with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, June
Handbook of Juvenile Justice. He is a professor and 2007. She is the James B. Stewart Distinguished
the director of the School of Criminology and Professor of Music at DePauw.
Criminal Justice at Arizona State University. Brenda (Fritzinger) and Larry Behle ’73 are the Brenda (Fritzinger) and Larry Behle ’73
Photo: KIWI Photography

Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 1977

Row 1: Janet Casey-Allen, Charlann Sandberg Handlon, Steven L. Olson, Peter M. Dayton, Richard S. Deutsch, Leslie Lindquist Neil, William B. Koenig, Milo
F. Hanke Jr., Gloria J. Barger ’78, Jane Willander Danis. Row 2: Pamela R. Clinkenbeard, Deborah Hill Wyght, Lora Myers Scott, Linda K. Ernst, Judith Lanum
Mohan, Scott W. Pandorf, Michael J. Neff, Mark F. Brower, Kathleen Auchter Leighton. Row 3: Tamara Boston Anderson, Star Uhlir Mezger, Patricia Smith
Choban, Steven W. Peterson, Steven C. Petree, Paul S. Detlefs, M. Melissa Dowse Hancock, Pamela A. Rons, Mary McTague McDaniel. Row 4: Julia Tucker Wal-
lyn, John R. Jewett Jr., Neil T. Goltermann, Katherine L. Keck, Kim W. Suchy, James R. Head, Tom S. Ebbinghouse, Wendell R. Walker. Row 5: Scott S. Hickey,
John A. Dubberley IV, Kevin L. Bazur, Wallace H. Dunbar Jr., John N. McHenry, Teresa Peters Thixton, Debera Bavender Dougan, Thomas C. Montgomery.

Class Notes
Mark A. Emkes was named co-winner of the Melanie Yeager Seibert is president of Artex Corp., Douglas A. Fink is head of IT quality
Executive of the Year award by the Nashville Business which operates retail stores in Evansville, Ind. and management for Novartis Pharma AG in Basel,
Journal, June 2007. Mark is chairman and chief Owensboro, Ky., specializing in school uniforms. Switzerland. He; his wife, Alana; and their daugh-
executive officer of Bridgestone Americas Holding Dave and Melanie live in Newburgh, Ind., with ters, Rachel, 17, and Rebecca, 13, are enjoying
Inc. in Nashville, Tenn. their two children, Margaret and John. Their e-mail exploring Switzerland, Germany and France. As
Diane E. Phillis is the director of insights for address is a student at DePauw, Doug spent a semester in
Zyman Group in Chicago, an international man- Freiburg, Germany, in 1981. He says, “Little did I
agement consulting firm. She and her husband, know that I would return to the same area on a
Peter Hopkins, live in Riverwoods, Ill. Her e-mail 1978 permanent basis!”
address is Lynn (Bryant) and Steven M. Still ’76 live at Edward E. Lehman is a member of the executive
1331 Ashville Drive, Westfield, IN 46074. Their committee of the Institute for Law and Technology,
e-mail address is a division of the Center for American and Inter-
1976 Theresa Prothero Larkin is chief administra- national Law. Ed is managing director of Lehman,
Sarah Donnelly Crenshaw earned her second- tive officer for Grenzebach Glier & Associates, Lee and Xu law firm in Beijing, China.
ary education certification from Trinity Interna- Inc., in Chicago. Robert L. Nance Jr. is a freelance conductor,
tional University in Deerfield, Ill. She is an eighth pianist and vocal coach. He was honored for 10
grade English teacher in the Jefferson City (Mo.) years of service as founder and director of Heartland
public school system. 1979 Chamber Chorale. Robert has been guest conduc-
Steven M. and Lynn (Bryant ’78) Still live at Father Scott A. Benhase is rector of St. Alban’s tor for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
1331 Ashville Drive, Westfield, IN 46074. Their Parish in Washington, D.C. His wife, Kelly, is a J o s e p h P.
e-mail address is teacher at Eastern Senior High School in Wash- O’Leary is a man-
Linda Weir Sullivan is president and gen- ington, D.C. He has three children: John, 19; aging director for
eral manager of NBC-owned KNBC-TV in Los Charley, 17; and Mary Grace, 14. Scott’s e-mail Alvarez & Marsal
Angeles. address is Business Consult-
Dr. David A. Poggemeier was reappointed to ing, LLC in Chicago.
the Missouri State Board of Registration for the He is the leader of
1977 Healing Arts for a term ending in 2010. David is an the firm’s Midwest
Paul S. Detlefs is managing director of Alumni emergency physician at Barnes-St. Peters Hospital regional practice.
Capital Network. He works with small business own- in St. Peters, Mo. (See photo, left.)
ers. Paul and his wife, Katie (Cassidy ’81) Detlefs, Rev. Kenneth
have three children: Scott, Courtney and Allison. Joseph P. O’Leary ’82 A. Prine is an at-
Lesley Gorog Harris is vice president of business 1980 torney with the
development at Giga Trust. David P. Minton is president of the Heartland Minneapolis law firm of Redgrave Daley Ragan
Jeffrey T. Mezger is chief executive officer of Bank in St. Louis, Mo. & Wagner, LLP.
KB Homes in Los Angeles. He was featured in an John B. Trammell is the chief executive officer R. Clay Thompson is a senior vice president
article in USA Today, April 23, 2007. of Investor Select Advisors. He was a speaker at the and national sales manager for National Investment
Nancy J. White is the associate minister at GAIM Cayman 2007 International Hedge Fund Managers, Inc.
the Elijah Kellogg Congregational Church in Conference, May 14-16, 2007, in Grand Cayman.
Harpswell, Me. Hire DePauw students
David J. Seibert was ordained a permanent
deacon in the Evansville (Ind.) Catholic Diocese on 1981 and alumni
July 9, 2005. Following ordination, he was assigned Melvin A. Bed-
List your career-related opportunities
as assistant director of the Diaconate in addition ree was recognized
to serving at Holy Rosary Parish (Evansville), as one of the leading on the DePauw Web site. We can help
Ind. In February 2007 he was named pastoral life practitioners in the you recruit excellent candidates for
coordinator of St. Theresa parish in Evansville. United States by your:
the 2007 edition • Summer jobs/internships
of Chambers USA: • Full-time jobs
For a schedule America’s Leading
Lawyers for Business.
(entry-level and experienced)

of alumni events Mel was recognized

for his banking and You may post job openings directly
or Melvin A. Bedree ’81 finance work. He to the Web site at
is a partner in the admin/career/alumni/HireDePauw.asp.
information about Cincinnati law office of Vorys, Sater, Seymour You may also view students’ résumés at
Old Gold Weekend and Pease LLP. (See photo, above.) this site.

and For additional information, please

Monon Bell parties,
parties, Dr. Joel M. Blumberg is director of medicine contact:
Thomas R. Cath ’76,
go to: at Greenwich Hospital in Greenwich, Conn. He
maintains a practice in cardiology in Greenwich and Director of Career Services is an assistant clinical professor at Yale University Phone: 765-658-4280
School of Medicine. Fax: 765-658-4282
alumni Joseph W. Dayan is the executive director of E-mail:
the Indianapolis City Market.

Class Notes

1983 From the Mouth of the Abyss, the remarkable story

of their journey through traditional medicine to
Sharon L. Moist has traded her sandals for
cowboy boots, and has left the chaos of Los Angeles
Jacquelyn K. Atkins is an instructor of English
alternative care. for the peace and quiet of Bozeman, Mont., after 17
and women’s studies at Pennsylvania State Univer-
Lance A. Swank was the speaker for The Robert years in California. She now works as a professional
sity. She teaches writing courses and courses about
C. McDermond Center Lecture Series March 15, life coach, helping clients reach personal and profes-
women writers, alternative voices in American
2007 at DePauw. Lance is chief operating officer of sional goals. Sharon’s new contact information is:
literature, Black American writers and introduc-
The Sterling Group Center for Management and Sharon L. Moist, P.O. Box 11401, Bozeman, MT
tion to feminist thought.
Entrepreneurship in Mishawaka, Ind. 59719. Her Web address is
Melvin E. Lee is a sea captain and nuclear
or She’d love to hear
engineer in the United States Submarine Force. He
from her old classmates and friends.
received a master’s degree in the field of strategic
studies from U.S. Army War College in June 2007,
1984 Susan Sherman-Broyles earned a doctoral degree
Andrew B. Buroker received the American
and earned the grade of full captain. He is opera-
Heart Association’s Distinguished Leadership
tions officer for the commander, U.S. Sixth Fleet.
Award, April 22, 2007, at the association’s 2007
Mel, his wife, Maureen; and daughter, Brophy, live
annual meeting in Washington, D.C. The award
in Naples, Italy. Their mailing address is PSC 817
recognizes his leadership during the 2006-07 year as
Box 2300, FPO, AE 09622-2300.
national board chairman. Andy reached the summit
Timothy F. Meyer and Brian J. Lee are mem-
of Mt. McKinley in Alaska, Sunday, May 20, 2007.
bers of Team Donate Life-Primo. They competed
Mt. McKinley is the tallest point on the North
in the Race Across America bike competition, June
American continent. (See photo, right.)
2007, to raise awareness about organ donations.
Susan Hoeppner Cristiano and her husband,
Tim received a cornea in 2003, which saved his
Fernando, announce the birth of their daughter,
vision and permitted him to continue in athletic
Giana Grace Cristiano, April 16, 2007. They live at
832 Glencoe St., Glen Ellyn, IL 60137. Sue’s e-mail Andrew B. Buroker ’84 on the peak of Mt.
Christine (Rooney) Merchant is the author of
address is McKinley.
He’s Not Autistic But … : How We Pulled Our Son
Photo: KIWI Photography

Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 1982

Row 1: David J. Cislak, Douglas B. Austin, Amy C. Austin, Florence Davis Karabel, Cynthia Swearingen Waddell, Ann Thompson Zeiler, Deborah White
Davila, Duarte M. Da Silveria, Susan Clift Crump, Carol Harvey Gentry, Mark E. Gentry, Anne Boyd Norris, David S. Norris. Row 2: Betsy Nelson Beck,
Christy Umlauf Moberly, Christine Smith Garafola, Tracy Cochran Garrity, Susan Stevenson Sims, Kimberly Leonard Walker, Dorothy Quinlan Klei, Timothy
S. Maloney, Mitchell Gordon, J. David Gislason, Kenneth D. Randall, Christopher W. Bear. Row 3: Catherine Sokol Calhoun, Jill E. Lewis, Darby Ragan
Casady, Gayle Syska Young, Roxane Rathje, Gilbert D. Standley, Steven D. Hoenig, Robert A. Frauenheim, Bruce W. Luecke, Christopher O. Gentry, Jerry A.
Bryce, Thomas M. Jackson. Row 4: Laurie MacIsaac Brandvik, Kristina I. Moeller, Karen Robinson Jackson, Mary C. Daly, Deborah Guttman Carlisle, Laurie
Mann Klion, Lawrence Pitsch, James A. Hurley, Debra Smith Hughes, Carole A. Clause, Peggy Western Massello, Helen L. Poorman, Ana Bacallao Harshaw,
Julie Mullin Piatka. Row 5: L. Mark Geoghegan, Maryanne B. Clark, Andrew K. Peterson, Robert E. Mitchell Jr., Peter T. Noonan, Mark J. Conklin, Bradley W.
Neff, Todd R. Roberson, David W. Kroeger, Kimberly King Roberts, Kathryn Burger Johnson. Row 6: Sharon M. Foster, Melody Stevanovic Key, Joan Karozos
Shea, Bonnie Hensley Webb, Donna Brown Veatch, Laurel Brown Andrews, Joseph P. O’Leary, Susan M. Ansel, Gabriele Goerlich Nash, Joel C. Hammond
Row 7: Kenneth A. Owen, John C. Cassidy, Delmar E. Demaree, Mark P. Michaels, David G. Allaben, Jeffrey D. Turner, Robert O. Cathcart, William J. Butler,
James A. Mergl, James N. DeVries, G. James Ringer. Row 8: Patricia Hart Hoge, Richard J. Hoge, Jeffrey E. Price, W. Wade Smith, Philip M. Acker, Michael
J. Woodruff, Michael G. Neill, Matt H. Scott, Thomas M. Schneider. Row 9: Carijane Alley Kluger, M. Scott Welch, Nancy Harris Pearce, Dianne R. Chase,
Mark A. Brant, Michael L. Coogan, James L. Wheeler, O. Garwood Lippincott, Philip J. Quattrocchi. Row 10: Lisa E. Ritter, Paul B. Qua, Wesley W. Royce,
Nik E. Lee, Matthew R. Fischer, Kevin J. Perkins, Kevin L. Kellam, Kenneth W. Coquillette, Carrie Melind Coquillette.

Class Notes
in plant molecular biology at Cornell University.
Her work was recently published in Plant Cell. She
is a postdoctoral associate working on comparative
genomics and mapping in soybean and alfalfa. Sue
and her husband, Steve, live in Cortland, N.Y. They
have two sons, Chris and Cory.
Dr. William L. Smits is a physician with Allergy
and Asthma Center in Warsaw, Ind.

Janiece Johnston Lee is a family and con-
sumer science teacher at Rockdale High School
in Rockdale, Texas. She is the recipient of the
2007 Golden Apple Award given to Rockdale
High’s top teacher.
Christopher F. S. Martin and Mary T. Orme
were married July 1, 2006. Mary works in special
education placement. Christopher says, “The small
invasion of DePauw graduates was greatly appreci-
ated. I will no longer be ‘out of the country’ so
Christopher F. S. Martin ’85 and Mary T. Orme wedding. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included much.” Their mailing address is Sea Martin Boat
Stephen C. Wade ’87, John P. Rhodes ’87, Anthony E. Chomicz ’86, Michael D. Speer ’88, Steven L. Works, 550 Orleans St., St. Paul, MN 55107.
Blakely ’87, Eric R. Brant ’87, Stephen M. Reynolds ’87, Steven R. Grundy ’85, Michael D. Stehlik ’86, (See photo, left.)
Michael T. Lee ’85, Gregory M. Palmer ’84, Brian H. Ahlborn ’84 and Kimberly Braasch Brant ’86.
Photo: KIWI Photography

Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 1987

Row 1: James G. Bonebrake, Stephen M. Reynolds, Lisa Dodd Hargreaves, Jonathon C. Dill, Ann Woods Bruehl, Vicki Wilson Bohlsen, Gina Pobanz Siegel,
Stacy Pope Rullman, Laura Parsons Schoch, Laura Gallina Poole, Colleen McGinnis Holtkamp, Kimberly Edgar Pionzio. Row 2: Eric R. Brant, Stephen C.
Wade, Karen Scott Isaacs, Teri Bernacchi Hanson, Leanna Hardin Walther, Scott A. Fredrick, Nicole Foster DeVere, Elizabeth Tinsman Lee, Laurie Hinson
Kohrs, Carrie Travis Eshleman, Carolyn Lukens Nyren, Kristina Hemwall Orticelli. Row 3: Peter A. Kenny, Geoffrey W. Weaver, Steven L. Blakely, Todd
A. Grantham, Bryan D. Sorge, Mark C. Rauschert, Cynthia Rankin Rauschert, Judith Geoghegan Burbach, Laurel Evers Short, Amy Reavis Noden, Nancy
Meininger Entrekin. Row 4: David M. Dickens, Daniel G. Walsh, Jeffrey J. Stacey, Michael P. Baldwin, Richard W. North, Leslie Alexander North, Susan
Pittman Travis, Sarah Morehead Combs, Steven N. Combs, J. Brad Voelz, Pauline Young Brett. Row 5: Kara Peterson Schroeder, Robin Wieland Daniel,
Sally Clark Dillon, Laura Nichols Gourley, Stacy Biedermann O’Brien, Kirsten Erickson Wildman, Rita Strange Wilder, Rebecca Fleming Calwell, Laura
Stebelton Mason, Joseph E. “Ted” Ukrop. Row 6: Willam C. Dillon, Mark D. Locke, John J. Gergey III, Timothy S. Benton, Kristin Ker Bruton, Leigh
Lisby Balay, Janet McLeod Ryan, Elizabeth Stis Immer, Michael A. Ehlers, David B. Coolidge. Row 7: Amy Gurney Getgey, Kelley Sweeney Rakow, Carrie
Beth Lunsford Correll, Ellen Johnson Fishel, Teryn Price Gilmore, David W. Hasenbalg, Charles A. Miller, Richard H. Lohmeyer Jr., Timothy J. Michaels,
David L. Siegel. Row 8: Christopher Schmalz, William D. Krauss.

Class Notes

1986 2. David is a software manager for Abbott Labs.

Cyndi is a licensed marriage and family therapist
C. McDermond Center Lecture, April 12, 2007,
at DePauw. Jeff is vice president of marketing for
Jon R. Cart is dean of the College of Fine
associate and licensed professional counselor intern. Cereal Partners Worldwide Center for Management
and Performing Arts at Rowan University in
She earned a master’s degree in family therapy from and Entrepreneurship.
Glassboro, N.J.
Texas Woman’s University in May 2006. David and John V. Hollensteiner and Robert J. Noecker
Sean D. Major is general counsel of Joy
Cyndi celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary made a winter ascent to the summit of Little Dog
Global Inc.
in March 2007 in Maui. They would enjoy hear- Mountain on the continental divide in Montana’s
Mart G. McClellan is an orthodonist in private
ing from their DePauw classmates. Their e-mail Glacier National Park. John, Rob, David C. Kim-
practice, McClellan Orthodontics, and founder of
address is bell, Matthew A. Reinhard, Philip R. Ratzer and
Macro Wealth Management for dentists. He was
John P. Rhodes and his wife, Tracy, announce Mark B. Willmert, who refer to themselves as the
a speaker for the American Dental Association
the birth of their daughter, Josie Rhodes, Mar. 26, “M6,” reunite periodically to remember their days
in June 2007 at the New Dentist Conference in
2007. Josie joins brother Cole, 2, at their home at DePauw. In 2004 the M6 group unearthed a
Portland, Ore.
in Missoula, Mont. time capsule at Greencastle’s (Ind.) Fern Cliffs,
Randall H.
Christopher M. Schmalz is business development which they had buried there shortly after their
Wilhelm is chief
director for Bowen Engineering in Knoxville, Tenn. graduation. (See photo, below center.)
executive officer
He enjoys running and competitive archery. Kevin A. Krakora and his wife, Joanne, announce
of Thinkronize,
Edward T. Schultz is a partner in the Santa the birth of their son, Izak Anthony Krakora, May
Inc., an Internet
Monica, Calif., law firm of Dreier Stein & Ka- 12, 2007. Izak joins sister Lauren, 2, at their home
developer of K-12
han LLP. He practices in the firm’s transactional in Chicago. Kevin is a senior managing director of
educational prod-
department. Mesirow Financial Consulting in Chicago, special-
ucts. His goal is to
Neil C. Toussaint lives in Los Angeles. He izing in corporate restructurings and turnarounds.
expand the educa-
recently completed his sixth season as a camera Joanne is president of JCK Marketing.
tion of children
operator on NBC’s Crossing Jordan. John C. Lowe is a dentist in private practice,
with highly effective
Darren R. Wells is senior vice president of Contemporary Dental Concepts, in Indianapolis.
Randall H. Wilhelm ’86 technologies that
finance and strategy for the Goodyear Tire & He was the official dentist for the Indianapolis 500
give educational
Rubber Company. Festival for the second consecutive year.
value to every child in a safe, relevant and easy-
Robert F. Mattix II is managing director
to-use format. (See photo, above.)
with FTI Consulting, Inc., in Brentwood, Tenn.
Jennifer (Vaughn) and Charles J. Gilbert ’87
announce the birth of their son, Stephen David
1988 He recently received the certified insolvency and
Eric B. Braun earned a doctorate in education restructuring advisor certification from the Associa-
Gilbert, March 13, 2007. Stephen joins brother
from the University of Northern Iowa, May 2006. tion of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors.
Charlie Jr., 4.
He is director of student life at Central Oregon Christopher W. McLoughlin is publisher of
Community College. Eric; his wife, Sarah; and Golf for Women.
1987 their two sons, Noah, 11, and Isaac, 8, live in
Bend, Ore.
James E. Sergent is design editor of the money
section of USA Today.
Catherine G. Doughty operates an art gallery in
Scott A. Storrer is group president of health-
Plymouth, Mich., which features various local artists
care supply chain services – pharmaceutical by
as well as her own line of handmade jewelry.
Vicki Freeman Pugh is executive director of
1989 Cardinal Health.
Laurie Boothby Eichelman and her husband, Laura Uhlemann Horwitz and her husband,
Peter Blum Family YMCA of Boca Raton in South
Paul, announce the birth of their son, Evan James Charlie, own College Nannies & Tutors in Glen-
Palm Beach County, Fla.
Eichelman, Dec. 20, 2006. Evan joins sisters view, Ill., which focuses on building strong families
Charles J. and Jennifer (Vaughn ’86) Gilbert
Lindsey, 10; Nicole, 8; and Hannah, 6. Laurie’s
announce the birth of their son, Stephen David
e-mail address is
Gilbert, March 13, 2007. Stephen joins brother
Charlie Jr., 4.
Timothy S. Feehan and his wife, Alison, an-
nounce the birth of their son, John Wright Feehan,
For a schedule
Gina Pagano Redwine reports that her hus-
band, LTC Jim Redwine, returned safely home,
April 4, 2007. John joins brother Hugh Timothy, of alumni events
4, at their home in Richmond, Va.
March 29, 2007, from a 14-month tour in Iraq.
Jeffrey L. Harmening presented the Robert or
Jim and his team completed their mission on the
Iraqi/Syrian border as trainers and advisers to information about
Iraqi Border Patrol. Gina completed her mission
as the Family Readiness Group Coordinator for Old Gold Weekend
the nine 3rd Brigade Border Transition Team
families. Gina thanks everyone who sent cards and
e-mails to support her and her family during the Monon Bell parties,
long deployment. Gina and her family live at 206
Meade Ave., Ft. Leavenworth, KS 66027. They go to:
invite their DePauw friends to visit. Their e-mail
address is
David M. and Cynthia (Young) Peters live in alumni
Coppell, Texas, with their five children: Emma, John V. Hollensteiner ’89 and Robert J.
17; Maddie, 15; Katie, 13; Abbey, 10; and Jake, Noecker ’89

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Class Notes
by placing educational-based nannies into homes.
They also opened a Glenview Learning Center with
RealNetworks. Doug is CTO of CharterX. Jen’s
e-mail address is (See
Christopher P.
customized tutoring. Laura and Charlie live in photo, below left.)
Felts, an attorney
Glenview, Ill., with their three boys. Laura’s e-mail Kristen Hague Anderson and her husband,
and partner with
address is Keith, announce the birth of their daughter,
the Indianapolis
Samantha Riley Anderson, Dec. 2, 2006. Sa-
law firm of Barnes
mantha joins sister Sarah Ashleigh, 3. Kristen is a
& Thornburg LLP,
1990 full-time mom. Keith is owner of Sigma Financial
is a member of
Jennifer M. Gosnell and Doug Rank (Penn- Staffing in Atlanta. Kristen’s e-mail address is
Indianapolis Char-
sylvania State University) were married Nov. 25,
ter Schools board
2006, in Seattle. They live at 2312 North 58th St., Catherine
of directors. (See
Seattle, WA 98103. Jen is a program manager at Morrison Stowers
photo, left.)
is a senior attorney
Christopher P. Felts ’91 Robert G.
with the Indianapo-
Harrell, creator of
lis law firm of Krieg
the nationally syndicated Big Top comic strip,
opened his first solo show, June 2007, at Wally
erine is a member of
Workman gallery in Austin, Texas. Rob has been
the firm’s employee
fighting a rare eye cancer for the past-year-and-half.
benefits and execu-
A recent experimental surgery has hopefully saved
tive compensation
his eye and most of his vision, according to a feature
practice group.
story in the Associated Press, June 2007. Samples
Catherine Morrison She concentrates
of Rob’s work are featured on the gallery’s Web site
Stowers ’90 her practice in the
areas of health and
Marc-Harri and Kristina (Gray ’92) Perez an-
welfare benefit plan issues. (See photo, left.)
nounce the birth of their son, Alec Henry Manuel
John D. Waller is a partner in the Indianapolis
Perez, Dec. 19, 2006. Marc is a research scientist
law firm of Wooden & McLaughlin LLP.
for Pfizer. Kristina is a homemaker. They live in
Andrew R. and Drewry (Simpkinson ’91) Wolf
Fenton, Mo.
announce the addition of Emmeline Jane Wolf,
Drewry (Simpkinson) and Andrew R. Wolf
born in Guatemala May 5, 2006, to their family,
’90 announce the addition of Emmeline Jane Wolf,
Jan. 23, 2007. Emme joins brothers Alexander, 7,
born in Guatemala May 5, 2006, to their family,
and Spencer, 4, at their home in California.
Jan. 23, 2007. Emme joins brothers Alexander, 7,
Jennifer M. Gosnell ’90 and Doug Rank and Spencer, 4, at their home in California.
Photo: KIWI Photography

Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 1992

Row 1: Marc A. Prigohzy, M’Liz Mawicke Simonds, Jennifer Mayhew Tucker, Lisa Grey Johnson, Niki Bavelis Callanan, Caroline Rall Diwik, Julie Licklider
Kirk, Rebecca Snyder Flanigan, Amy Fleming McAllister, Kathryn Perrin Williams, James E. Williams. Row 2: Matthew S. Tucker, Melissa S. Leone, Michelle
Merkel Yoakam, Amy Koeneman Hopper, Kim Fitzgerald Moran, Anne Derrickson Burnside, Kimbra Andler Burnside, Polly O’Brien Larson, Jennifer
Olsen Oswald, Jill Endicott Baurle, Shelia McDermott-Sipe. Row 3: Annette K. Melvin, Heike Cockerill Spahn, Charles A. Cavallo, Matthew F. Hatfield,
Gregory A. Rohlfs, Katherine M. Dykes, Bret A. Cornn, Matthew J. Keedy, Victoria Duncan Gardner. Row 4: Pamela Partenheimer Mick, Anne Hunter
Williams, Todd A. Akins, Douglas S. Gourley, Sarah Sargent Hetzel, Charles W. Hetzel Jr., Maurice J. Schuetz III, Scott E. Woodard, Patrick E. Johansen,
Christopher S. Gorz. Row 5: Alyce L. Overton, Jill Pool Roth, Amanda Madden Kutoloski, Holly Adams Bailey, Brian T. Adam, Tomas D. Curless, Karen
Horvath-Wulf, Elizabeth McCoy McCarty, Brian M. Pease. Row 6: John D. Meyer, Andrew F. Nelson.

Class Notes
Colleen Totz Diamond is a freelance writer and
editor. Her recent works include Vampire: The Re-
Regina Wenner Barney is sales manager
for ITM Incorporated in Barrington, Ill. Her
George F. Bashaw III is managing director for
quiem For Dummies and several custom publications husband, Josh, owns a law firm. They have two
XCorp, a financial services business in Tulsa, Okla.
for corporate clients. Colleen’s poems have appeared daughters and a son. Regina’s e-mail address is
He was selected by the Tulsa Business Journal as one
in Erbacce and a number of small anthologies. She
of “40 Under 40” – intriguing business and political
and her husband, David, live in Wallingford, Conn.
leaders under 40 years old who bear watching.
Her Web site is
Sarah “Sally” Beery Ortiz and her husband, Da-
Dennis A. Trinkle, chief information officer 1993 vid, announce the birth of their son, Peter Frederick
at Valparaiso University, was a nominee for a 2007 J. Jay Busey and his wife, Melanie, announce
Ortiz, May 7, 2007. Peter joins brothers Daniel, 3,
TechPoint Mira Award. Mira awards highlight the birth of their daughter, Marley Anne Busey,
and twins Mark and Adam, 2, at their home in
Indiana’s most successful technology-driven Jan. 19, 2007. Marley joins brother Kellen at their
Clarendon Hills, Ill. Sally is a stay-at-home mom.
companies. home in Racine, Wis.
Her e-mail address is
Catherine L. Yingling is managing director Allyson Hillner Regnier was awarded the Certi-
Catherine Bonaccorsi Layton and her husband,
of public relations for Young & Laramore, an fied Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) designation
Chad, announce the birth of their daughter, Grace
advertising agency in Indianapolis. Her e-mail by CFRE International. Allyson is a director of
Catherine Layton, March 16, 2007. Grace joins
address is development for Evanston Northwestern Health-
brothers Sam, 3, and Michael, 2. Cathy’s e-mail
care Foundation.
address is
Timothy C. McCaughan is the senior White
Jennifer Dalenberg Stockbridge and her
1992 House producer for CNN. He presented the
husband, Paul, with their daughter Jane, 6, and
Kristina (Gray) and Marc-Harri Perez ’91 an- Gertrude and G. D. Crain Jr. Lecture, March 7,
son Luke, 3, live at 5420 Johnson Ave., West-
nounce the birth of their son, Alec Henry Manuel 2007, at DePauw.
ern Springs, IL 60558. Jen’s e-mail address is
Perez, Dec. 19, 2006. Kristina is a homemaker. Jennifer (Pelzer) and David W. Martay ’94 an-
Marc is a research scientist for Pfizer. They live nounce the birth of their son, Trevor Parker Martay,
Kimberly Harper Novotny is senior corporate
in Fenton, Mo. Sept. 8, 2006. They live at 1806 W. Wabansia,
counsel of Franklin Templeton Investments in
John P. Keenan and his wife, Nedra, opened Chicago, IL 60622. Jennifer’s e-mail address is
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. She and her husband, Kevin,
their first The Little Gym franchise, March 19, David’s e-mail address is
live in Boca Raton, Fla. Their e-mail address is
2007, in Fredericksburg, Va. This is their second
business in the area. John continues to serve as a Brian S. Perry is a teacher and swimming coach
David W. James is assistant secretary of labor
reservist on active duty in the Marine Corps. at University School in Hunting Valley, Ohio. He
for public affairs for the United States Depart-
Dr. Heather V. Lochner completed orthopaedic was named Boy’s Swimming Coach of the Year by
ment of Labor.
surgery residency at Boston University Medical the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Daniel L. and Katherine (Gouthro) Kiley an-
Center in June 2007. She began her hand, upper Julie Ruffolo Gilpin and her husband, Brian,
nounce the birth of their son, Raphael “Rafe” James
extremity and microvascular surgery fellowship at announce the birth of their son, Jack William Gilpin,
Kiley, Dec. 4, 2006. Rafe joins brother Jude, 2, at 605
Duke University Medical Center in August 2007. May 6, 2007. Julie is human resource and recruitment
Evening Star Lane, Cincinnati, OH 45220. Daniel’s
John D. Meyer and Courtney L. Waterman manager for Stark Investments, a Milwaukee-based
e-mail address is Katherine’s
’93 announce the adoption of their daughter, hedge fund. She also is a volunteer on Kappa Alpha
e-mail address is
Magdalena Erkeghan Waterman Meyer. Maggie Theta’s International Grand Council as fraternity vice
David W. and Jennifer (Pelzer ’93) Martay
was born, Feb. 5, 2006, in Semey, Kazakhstan. She president of membership. Brian is a partner with the
announce the birth of their son, Trevor Parker
officially became a member of the family Nov. 27, law firm of Godrey & Kahn, s.c., and is practice group
Martay, Sept. 8, 2006. They live at 1806 W.
2006, and a United States citizen, Dec. 17, 2006. leader for the intellectual property team. They live at
Wabansia, Chicago, IL 60622. David’s e-mail
Magdalena joins sister Emmalyn, 4, at 11408 Dell 4858 N. Sheffield Ave., Whitefish Bay, WI 53217.
address is Jennifer’s
Loch Way, Fort Wayne, IN 46814. Their e-mail Julie’s e-mail address is
e-mail address is
address is Janet L. Tennyson and Hug Manzano were
Vicki J. Strom received the Carol Bailey married Oct. 21, 2006, in Barcelona. DePauw
Civilian Employee of the Year Award for 2006 alumni attending the wedding included Christy
from the Division of Public Safety at University Steiner Sears and Lisbeth A. Lyons. Janet is a
of Illinois. paralegal and accountant with Renova, Ltd., which
Suzanne Sylte Bowland is the owner and specializes in domain name and trademark law. Hug
president of GF Culinary Productions, Inc., in is a branch director with Banesto Bank. The couple
Denver. live in Barcelona. Janet’s e-mail address is janet.
Sarah Tasker Hartnett and her husband, (See photo, right.)
Ian, announce the birth of their son, Harold Courtney L. Waterman and John D. Meyer
Finnegan “Finn” Hartnett, Nov. 18, 2006. They ’92 announce the adoption of their daughter,
live in Sonoma, Calif. Sarah’s e-mail address is Magdalena Erkeghan Waterman Meyer. Maggie was born Feb. 5, 2006, in Semey, Kazakhstan. She
Matthew S. and Jennifer (Mayhew) Tucker officially became a member of the family Nov. 27,
live at 922 Franklin Trace, Zionsville, IN 46077. 2006, and a United States citizen, Dec. 17, 2006.
Matt is a middle school math instructor at Hasten Magdalena joins sister Emmalyn, 4, at 11408 Dell
Hebrew Academy in Indianapolis. Jenny teaches art Loch Way, Fort Wayne, IN 46814. Their e-mail
at InterActive Academy in Zionsville, and designs address is
custom stationery and announcements. Her Web Janet L. Tennyson ’93 and Hug Manzano
site is

To change your address call (765) 658-4205 or

e-mail or fax (765) 658-4172.

Class Notes

For a schedule
of alumni events
information about
Old Gold Weekend
Monon Bell parties,
go to: Stacy L. Forster ’95 and Colin R. Benedict wedding. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Todd E. Williams ’95, Sarah K. King ’94, Shannon Harris Hammel ’95, Sarah Albright Daley ’95, M. Mariah
Raftree ’95, Richard J. Roth (former DePauw associate professor of English), Tania E. Vogler ’95, Kevin M.
alumni Hern ’95, Jennifer M. Rhoades ’95 and Erich P. Heitman ’95.

Stacy L. Forster and Colin R. Benedict (Uni- address is and Kevin’s is
Kevin M. and Sara (Toole) Miller ’96 an- versity of Wisconsin) were married, March 18,
nounce the birth of their son, Benjamin Andrew 2006, in Madison, Wis. Stacy is a reporter for Erin K. O’Brien and her husband, Tony
Miller, June 23, 2007. Benjamin joins brother the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Colin is a reporter Wirt, announce the birth of their daughter, Claire
Alex, 2, at their home in Evergreen, Colo. Kevin’s and anchor for WISC-TV in Madison. They live Miranda O’Brien Wirt, Jan. 11, 2007. Erin is a
e-mail address is and at 533 N. Blackhawk Ave., Madison, WI 53705. resident in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at
Sara’s is Stacy’s e-mail address is the University of Iowa in Iowa City. She will begin
Jeffrey S. Smith received the Franchisee of the (See photo, above.) a one-year fellowship in rhinology and sinus surgery
Year Award given by the International Franchise John D. and Heather (Sims) Haupert an- at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in
Association to recognize new sales, total growth, nounce the birth of their daughter, Lily Kay, and Omaha July, 2007. Her e-mail address is mailto:
customer retention and the number and variety of son, Jacob John Haupert, Aug. 31, 2006. They
services offered to clients. Jeff is the owner of City live in Scottsdale, Ariz. Heather’s e-mail address Dr. Jerry W. Smartt Jr. is a neurologist in
Wide Maintenance of Indianapolis. is private practice in Carmel, Ind. He is chairman of
Donald N. Sullivan graduated from Southern Karen R. Hughes is a professional opera singer Indianapolis Professional Association.
Illinois University School of Medicine in Spring- and harpist. She was featured in Classical Singer Christopher R. Taylor is an associate in the
field, Ill., May 2007. He is an orthopaedic surgery magazine, April 2007. Karen was named one of the Indianapolis law firm of Bingham McHale LLP.
resident at SIU School of Medicine and its affiliated Certified Classical Singers for 2006-07 by judges Christopher works in the firm’s labor and employ-
hospitals in Springfield. of AudComps 2006 competition. ment department.
Anita Smith Murray is a retired music teacher.
She has been a member of Pittsburgh Civic Or-
1995 chestra for the past 12 years. In May 2007, Anita 1997
Laura Allport Hammack is assistant superin- performed in concert with the six members of Ben H. and Sarah (Ragsdale) Beck announce
tendent of Brown County Schools in Nashville, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and other com- the birth of their sons, Brian Alexander and Andrew
Ind. She is pursuing a doctoral degree in educational munity horn players in Pittsburgh Horn Club. Thomas Beck, Feb. 15, 2007.
leadership at Indiana State University. Laura’s e- She and her husband, Andrew, have two sons:
mail address is Jonah, 4, and Luke, 2. Anita would enjoy hearing
C. Tyson Cornell is a partner at Diamond from her DePauw classmates. Her e-mail address
Management & Technology Consultants, Inc., is
in Chicago.
Susan Dinkel Jensen and her husband, Jim,
announce the birth of their daughter, Claire Michael 1996
Jensen, Feb. 13, 2006. Claire joins sister Lillian Tike McDonald Warmouth and her husband,
“Lilly” Reese, 2, at their home in Terre Haute, Ind. Rick, announce the birth of their daughter, Kendyl
Susan is a reporter and anchor for WTHI-TV in Terre Arden Warmouth, Dec. 22. 2006. Kendyl joins
Haute, Ind. The National Academy of Television sister Jaylin.
Arts & Sciences nominated NEWS 10 for an Emmy Kevin M. Mendenhall and his wife, Lori,
in the religion program category for its documentary, announce the birth of their daughter, Sadie Ryan
Pilgrimage to Rome: The Path to Sainthood. Susan Mendenhall, Oct. 7, 2006. Sadie joins brother
and the station’s photographer traveled to Rome Noah at their home in Hinckley, Ohio.
in October 2006, chronicling the story of Blessed Sara (Toole) and Kevin Miller ’94 announce
Mother Theodore Guerin and her recognition as a the birth of their son, Benjamin Andrew Miller,
saint by Pope Benedict XVI at a Vatican mass. Susan’s June 23, 2007. Benjamin joins brother Alex, 2,
e-mail address is at their home in Evergreen, Colo. Sara’s e-mail Deborah Klak ’97 and Nelson Amador Jr.

For a schedule of alumni events and information about alumni services, go to:

Class Notes
Stuart R. Buttrick and his wife, Hilary, announce Captain Edward K. Samuelian Jr. and his wife, ’99 announce the birth of their daughter, Natalie
the birth of their daughter, Laurel Ribeyre Buttrick, Savanna, announce the birth of their daughter, Bernadette Arnold, Oct. 11, 2006. Marilee is a
April 15, 2007. Stuart is an attorney in the Indianapolis Evangelina Lange Samuelian, March 10, 2007. registered nurse. Brian is a law enforcement officer.
office of Baker & Daniels. Hilary is an attorney in the Evangelina joins siblings Trey, Josie and Tucker. Ed They live at 3904 Pin Oaks St., Sarasota, FL 34232.
Indianapolis office of Ice Miller. They live at 9410 is a commander in the 8th Psychological Operations Marilee’s e-mail address is
Cobblestone Court, Zionsville, IN 46077. Stuart’s e- Battalion (Airborne) at Fort Bragg, N.C. Brian’s e-mail address is
mail address is Sarah G. Shepherd is the senior producer for Kevin W. and Charee (Campbell) Condict
Deborah Klak and Nelson Amador Jr. were CNN’s Larry King Live. Sarah returned to DePauw announce the birth of their son, Calvin Wilson
married Aug. 13, 2006, in Fullerton, Calif. They as a guest in the Gertrude and G.D. Crain Jr. Lecture Condict, May 26, 2007. Kevin completed or-
live in Los Angeles. Debbie’s e-mail address is Series, March 14, 2007. Her presentation was titled thopaedic residency at the University of Florida (See photo, bottom previ- “Behind the Scenes with Larry King Live.” June, 2007. He practices in Tipton and Carmel,
ous page.) Jason M. Winter is director of choral activities Ind. Charee is an orthodontist with practices in
Scott W. Rencher and his wife, Kirsten, at Marquette High School in Chesterfield, Mo. Tipton and Noblesville, Ind. They live at 9662 W.
announce the birth of their son, Rory William He and his wife, Pam, live at 514 Old Dominion Division Road, Kempton, IN 46049.
Rencher, March 3, 2007. Their e-mail address is St., O’Fallon, MO 63368. Jason’s e-mail address is Beth Felker Jones is the author of Marks of His Wounds: Gender Politics and Bodily Resurrection. She
Molly E. Zillman and Gary Kaplan were is an assistant professor of Bible and religion at
recently married in Philadelphia. Molly is a graphic Huntington University in Huntington, Ind.
designer for a publisher of art and archaeology Tamra V. Garnes and Jeffrey Walker were mar-
books and is pursuing a doctoral degree in art ried March 26, 2007, on the island of St. Thomas
history at the University of Delaware. Gary is in the Virgin Islands. Tamra is an assistant principal
a medical librarian. Molly’s e-mail address is in Greencastle Community Schools. Jeffrey is a (See photo, left.) graduate of Indiana Law Enforcement Academy
and a captain with the Indiana State Police. They
live in Indianapolis.
1998 Kelly Hughes Vaclavek and her husband, Tom,
Elizabeth Adams Bahe and her husband, Aaron, announce the birth of their son, Colton Bos “Cole”
announce the birth of their daughter, Elizabeth Evelyn Vaclavek, Dec. 29, 2006. Cole joins brother Brody,
Bahe, May 31, 2006. They live in Columbus, Ohio. 3, at their home in Woodstock, Ill. Kelly’s e-mail
Beth’s e-mail address is address is
Amanda Allen Novak is an executive producer Jeffrey S. Martin is the creator of Prague
at the motion graphics design studio Fish Eggs. She 360. Using 360-degree photography, Jeffrey has
oversees day-to-day operations of production, client documented more than 800 venues of Prague’s
relations and sales. Fish Eggs’ projects have included landmarks, restaurants, clubs, real estate and
graphics packages for the television programs, Grease: more, allowing the viewer a virtual walk-through
You’re the One That I Want and Identity. of the city. He launched, May 1,
Molly E. Zillman ’97 and Gary Kaplan Marilee (Bennington) and Brian D. Arnold 2007, so he could include more cities: Vienna,
Photo: KIWI Photography

Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 1997

Row 1: Brian W. Rymer, Derek A. Bremer, Kirsten Rasmussen Victor, Stephanie Drasler Juneau, Brian Fisher. Row 2: Melinda Samp Capper, Kelly Frey
Siddiqui, Carolyn E. Whittier, Megan E. Kram, Julie Tuggle Caldwell, Jennifer Simmons Lucchetti. Row 3: Mary Beth McConnel Say, Timothy J. Capper,
Dina Houck French, Julianne K. Beck, Brooke Hayward, Brad A. Thomas, Shelby M. Thompson. Row 4: Brandon C. Rolek, Brooke Helms Rolek, Sean
C. Petesch, Carrie A. Reeder, Christopher L. Cassidy, Jennifer Cleveland Cassidy, Joan Rodgers Cubias, Kathryn Ventura Neely.

Class Notes
Venice, Moscow, Damascus and Los Angeles.
Jeffrey’s father, Stephen R.S. Martin, graduated
from DePauw in 1967.
Melissa (Schellenberger) and Jason A. Rob-
erts ’00 announce the birth of their son, Elijah
James Roberts, March 27, 2007. They live near
Louisville, Ky. Melissa is a systems coordinator
for Samtec, Inc. Jason is a financial advisor for
JP Morgan Chase. Melissa’s e-mail address is Jason’s e-mail
address is

Brian D. and Marilee (Bennington ’98) Arnold
announce the birth of their daughter, Natalie Berna-
dette Arnold, Oct. 11, 2006. Brian is a law enforce-
ment officer. Marilee is a registered nurse. They live
at 3904 Pin Oaks St., Sarasota, FL 34232. Brian’s
e-mail address is Marilee’s
e-mail address is
Christa Engle Schrock and her husband, Na-
than, announce the birth of their daughter, Evan Joy Ashley L. Wheatley ’99 and Matt Higgins wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included
Schrock, Jan. 18, 2007. Evan joins brothers Andy, 4; Jennifer Zielke Evangelides ’99 (matron of honor), Nicholas J. Evangelides ’99, Kristen Magnes Richards
Brady, 3; and Connor, 1. Christa is a freelance graphic ’99 (bridesmaid), Megan Greves Klinginsmith ’99 (bridesmaid), Jonathan A. Klinginsmith ’99, Lori Be-
artist. Her Web site is hleda Shattuck ’99, Amanda Woodward Olszewski ’99 and Benjamin J. Olszewski ’00. Attending but not
A. Grant Hale is a field program officer of a pictured: Kathryn Mainini Connor ’99 and C. Christi Frates Garrison ’99.
provincial reconstruction team with the United
States Agency for International Development Jodi S. Schmidtgoesling and Ryan O’Leary acceptance of his new position was featured in an
in Afghanistan. He works closely with the U.S. (University of Southern California) were married article in The Indianapolis Star, April 12, 2007.
military overseeing national and local U.S. gov- Sept. 3, 2006, in Cincinnati. Jodi is an associate Ashley L. Wheatley ’99 and Matt Higgins
ernment-sponsored humanitarian assistance and account director for Bridge Worldwide, an interac- (Purdue University) were married Oct. 14, 2006,
reconstruction projects in the rural provinces along tive and relationship marketing firm. Ryan is brand in Indianapolis. Ashley is director of meetings and
the border of Pakistan. Grant’s e-mail address is communications manager for The Honeybaked events for the Indiana State Bar Association. Matt Ham Company. They live in Cincinnati. Jodi’s is director of holdings for Richmond Property
Julie Kasl Wood teaches ninth grade earth and e-mail address is (See Group. They live at 6531 Breckenridge Drive,
space science in Lexington, Ky. She received a rank photo, below left.) Indianapolis, IN 46236. Ashley’s e-mail address is
1 and master’s degree in secondary earth and space Nanette (Schwarz) and Matthew E. Keppler (See photo, above.)
science at Eastern Kentucky University in 2007, as ’01 announce the birth of their son, William Eric
well as a middle school science certification. “Will” Keppler, Nov. 18, 2006. Nan is a stay-at-
Jeffrey D. Mohl and his colleagues at Ball home mom. Matt is a RIS/PACS manager for 2000
State University received a 2007 Mira Award for Marion General Hospital. They live at 12849 Ari Allison Hart Jones and her husband, Chris, an-
“education contribution to technology” for Ball Lane, Fishers, IN 46037. nounce the birth of their daughter, Amber Hart Jones,
State’s electronic field trip program. Bradley K. Stevens is the head men’s basketball Feb. 28, 2007. They live in Croydon, England. Ally’s
coach at Butler University in Indianapolis. Brad’s e-mail address is

Selena M. Scholl ’00 and Thomas F. Szabo wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included
Jennifer Taverner Juckett ’54, Scott D. Griffith ’01, Laura Thurmond Schellenbach ’98, David Schel-
Jodi S. Schmidtgoesling ’99 and Ryan O’Leary lenbach ’98 and Ronald C. Jines ’98.

Class Notes
Jeremy A.C. Rafal’s Sa Mahal na Birhen Maria
was the first place Sacred Art Song in the 2007
2001 Ivan D. Hoffman and Andrea L. Clark ’02 were
married July 1, 2006, at DePauw University on the
Christy A. Agness is marketing coordinator for
Sacred Voice competition. East College lawn. DePauw alumni attending the
VizionWare in Austin, Texas.
Jason A. and Melissa (Schellenberger ’98) wedding included Elizabeth M. Berkshire ’02 (maid
Kyle A. Applegate and Rebecca J. Collevechio
Roberts announce the birth of their son, Elijah of honor), Rachael M. Jensen ’02 (bridesmaid),
’02 were married Sept. 3, 2006, in Indianapolis.
James Roberts, March 27, 2007. They live near Jessica K. Rench ’02 (bridesmaid), Heidi Rochner
They live in Indianapolis. (See photo, below.)
Louisville, Ky. Jason is a financial advisor for JP Thayer ’02 (bridesmaid), J. Michael Collett (grooms-
Sara Bell Clifford and her husband, Derek, an-
Morgan Chase. Melissa is a systems coordina- man), Eric S. Nelson (groomsman), Thomas B.
nounce the birth of their son, Caleb Andrew Clifford,
tor for Samtec, Inc. Jason’s e-mail address is Nowlin (groomsman), Leslie Oesterle Boeckel, Mark
May 10, 2007. They live in Nashville, Ind. Sara’s Melissa’s e-mail ad- R. Boeckel, Joshua E. Corbitt ’03, Stefanie Steven-
e-mail address is
dress is son Corbitt ’02, Jason A. Day, Anna R. Dinwoodie
Sarah S. Fuchs and Andrew E. Gustafson
Selena M. Scholl ’00 and Thomas F. Szabo ’02, Tiffany N. Holmes ’02, Marshall D. Johnson
were married Dec. 2, 2006, in Captiva Island, Fla.
were married August 4, 2006, in Palatine, Ill. ’02, Holly Klunk Carollo, Michael L. McCoy,
They live in Dallas. Sarah is director of customer
They live in Palatine where Tom works for Kane Laura Gisel Miller, Jennifer N. Nye ’02, Aaron R.
analytics for Blockbuster Online. Andy works in
County as a civil engineer. Selena’s e-mail address Quesada ’02, Rachel Starke Sullivan ’02, Martha
sales for Pella Windows & Doors. Sarah’s e-mail
is (See photo, bottom E. Talyor ’03, Jennifer A. Tarbox ’02, Andrew T.
address is (See photo,
previous page.) Thayer ’02, Leah A. Trachtman, Darcy L. Vannatta
’02, Elizabeth A. Weinmann, Tiffany C. White
’03, Michelle Ellis Word and Timothy S. Zeiger
’01. Ivan is a wealth manager with Valeo Financial
Advisors. Andrea is a program coordinator for Marion
County Probation Department. They live at 8332
Admirals Landing Place, Indianapolis, IN 46236.
Ivan’s e-mail address is
Andrea’s e-mail address is (See
photo, below.)
Matthew E. and Nanette (Schwarz ’99) Kep-
pler announce the birth of their son, William Eric
“Will” Keppler, Nov. 18, 2006. Matt is a RIS/PACS
manager for Marion General Hospital. Nan is a
stay-at-home mom. They live at 12849 Ari Lane,
Fishers, IN 46037.
Greggory R. and Erin (Hogan) Simril an-
Rebecca J. Collevechio ’02 and Kyle A. Applegate ’01 wedding. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included nounce the birth of their daughter, Reagan Eliza-
Andrew K. LaDow ’01, Natalie Emge Raben ’02, Abbi L. Harrison ’02, Christina McKelfresh Hoskins beth Simril, April 4, 2007. Reagan joins brother Eli
’02 (matron of honor), Elizabeth Elliott Cook ’02 (bridesmaid), Lindsay A. Cornelius ’02 (bridesmaid), Robert at their home in Little Rock, Ark. Greggory
Jill E. Garrison ’02 (bridesmaid), Katherine H. Tapke ’02, Kiley J. McQuinn ’02, Meghan M. Frelk ’02, is a marketing associate for Sysco Food Service.
Matthew P. Dinn ’02, Heather Boody Dinn ’02, Kelly M. Applegate ’99 (best man), Nathan R. Husmann Erin is a seventh grade math teacher. Gregg’s e-
’01 (usher), Molly McHugh Applegate ’99, Alexander H. Yates ’02, Seth E. Johnson ’01, Todd J. Lane ’01 mail address is Erin’s e-mail
(groomsman), Emily J. Jakubisin ’02, Gregory T. Cook ’02, Christopher R. Fleck ’01 (usher), Bradley A. address is
Pierce ’01, Molly Carrell Pierce ’01 and Adam C. McNeely ’02. Attending but not pictured were Jeffrey A. Tiffany Tullis Dailey and her husband, Jordan,
Springer ’01, Jennifer Wacker Hamelmann ’01, Melissa Reinke Simon ’02 and David P. Simon ’01. announce the birth of their son, Liam Neal Dailey,
March 29, 2007. They live in Pendleton, Ind.

Sarah S. Fuchs ’01 and Andrew E. Gustafson wedding. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included
Kathleen Murphy Miltner ’01, Anne C. Schroeder ’01, Lisa March Mauer ’01, Kelly C. Elmore ’01, Robert
J. Miltner ’00, Kathleen C. Quinn ’01, Katherine Strickland Huys ’01, Christine M. Hohenberger ’01,
Andrew J. Huys ’00, Keely A. Roush ’00, S. Scott Morrow ’01, Lisa Goecke ’01, Katherine E. Brambl
’01 and Makedonka M. Najdeski ’01. Ivan D. Hoffman ’01 and Andrea L. Clark ’02

Class Notes

2002 Lindsay A. Cornelius is pursuing a M.B.A.

degree at Butler University. She was featured in
internal controls auditor for Accenture. Justin is
a senior specialist at West Monroe Partners. They
Andrea L. Clark and Ivan D. Hoffman ’01 were
the Indianapolis Business Journal, April 29, 2007, live at 821 W. Roscoe St., #1, Chicago, IL 60657.
married July 1, 2006, at DePauw University on the
as an emerging philanthropic leader. Lindsay Their e-mail address is
East College lawn. DePauw alumni attending the
helped create Emerging Leaders, a program to (See photo, below.)
wedding included Elizabeth M. Berkshire (maid of
inspire people under 40 to give money, time and Michael S. Emrie and Beth Groves (Butler Uni-
honor), Rachael M. Jensen (bridesmaid), Jessica K.
talent to the Indianapolis community. versity) were married July 29, 2006, in Cleveland.
Rench (bridesmaid), Heidi Rochner Thayer (brides-
Julia M. Demske and Justin C. Woodard were DePauw alumni attending the wedding were Rob-
maid), J. Michael Collett ’01 (groomsman), Eric S.
married Sept. 24, 2005, in St. Louis. Julia is an ert J. Baughman III and Joseph A. J. Feeney-Ruiz
Nelson ’01 (groomsman), Thomas B. Nowlin ’01
(groomsman), Leslie Oesterle Boeckel ’01, Mark
R. Boeckel ’01, Joshua E. Corbitt ’03, Stefanie
Stevenson Corbitt, Jason A. Day ’01, Anna R. Din-
woodie, Tiffany N. Holmes, Marshall D. Johnson,
Holly Klunk Carollo ’01, Michael L. McCoy ’01,
Laura Gisel Miller ’01, Jennifer N. Nye, Aaron R.
Quesada, Rachel Starke Sullivan, Martha E. Talyor
’03, Jennifer A. Tarbox, Andrew T. Thayer, Leah
A. Trachtman ’01, Darcy L. Vannatta, Elizabeth A.
Weinmann ’01, Tiffany C. White ’03, Michelle Ellis
Word ’01 and Timothy S. Zeiger ’01. Andrea is a
program coordinator for Marion County Probation
Department. Ivan is a wealth manager with Valeo
Financial Advisors. They live at 8332 Admirals
landing Place, Indianapolis, IN 46236. Andrea’s
e-mail address is Ivan’s e-mail
address is (See photo,
bottom previous page.) Julia M. Demske ’02 and Justin C. Woodard ’02 wedding. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included
Rebecca J. Collevechio and Kyle A. Applegate Kimberly E. Sall ’02 (maid of honor), Denton C. Jacobs ’02 (groomsman), Lucas W. Woodard ’01, Derek
’01 were married Sept. 3, 2006, in Indianapolis. E. Metz ’02, Jennyrebecca Winans Walker ’02, Nathaniel J. Kopchick ’02, Brian D. Goad ’02, Gregory
They live in Indianapolis. (See photo, previous T. Cook ’02, Elizabeth Elliott Cook ’02, Jeffrey A. Grant ’02, T. Andrew Smith ’02, Mark A. Smith ’98,
page.) Matthew B. Rager ’96, Jennifer Baran Prall ’94 and J. Andrew Prall VI ’94.
Photo: KIWI Photography

Alumni Reunion Weekend 2007 – Class of 2002

Row 1: Mary Catherine Kosinski, Abigail L. Tonsing, Jeremiah M. Kermes, Alisa Corey Kuehn. Row 2: Leah Stanfield Porras, Michelle Ziegler Quagliaroli, Laura
B. Moorman, Shelly M. McDonald, Tammer A. Farid. Row 3: Jaclyn McDaniel Hicks, John T. Stanford, Shawn S. Odle, Robert J. Baughman III, Rebecca A.
Krukowski. Row 4: Darcy L. Vannatta, Natalie M. Moore, Tara L. Karasch, Catherine Modisett Berkey, Lauren Knaer Stahl, Melissa M. Britton.

Class Notes
’04. Mike works for The Boston Beer Company in
Cincinnati. Beth works for the Institute for Study
Abroad, Butler University. Mike’s e-mail address
Jill E. Garrison is a therapist for the Hamilton
Center Inc. in Indianapolis.
Daniel P. Kiley and Anna R. Santiago (Col-
gate University) were married March 3, 2007,
in Chicago. DePauw alumni attending the wed-
ding included Andrew D. Dittoe (groomsman),
Gregory J. Finks, Adam B. Galloway ’01, Michael
W. Howland, Justin L. Payne, Stephen C. Presser
’99, Emily A. Shagley and D. Andrew Vacin.
Daniel and Anna are licensed real estate brokers
and are employed with Hudson Parker Realty of
Chicago. They are also licensed real estate brokers
in the state of Montana. Dan’s e-mail address is (See photo, below.)
Arnulfo Mendoza Jr. ’02 and Miriam Fernandez wedding. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included
Arnulfo Mendoza Jr. and Miriam Fernandez
Clint R. Graham ’01, Ramon L. Castillo ’01, Nana Osei ’02, Marcos D. Lopez ’03, Paul M. Booth Jr.
were married April 21, 2007, in Chicago. Arnulfo’s
’04 and Reem M. Sweiss ’02.
e-mail address is (See
photo, top left.)
Stefanie D. Stevenson and Joshua E. Corbitt
’03 were married Oct. 21, 2006, in Crawfordsville,
Ind. They live in Indianapolis. Stefanie is a physician
assistant for Emergency Physicians of Indianapolis
at St. Francis Hospitals, and Joshua is athletic direc-
tor for Boys and Girls Club of Zionsville. Stefanie’s
e-mail address is
(See photo, center left.)
Reem M. Sweiss and Karim Belayachi were
married June 1, 2007. (See photo, bottom left.)
Brad T. Whiteley is a pianist, organist and
composer living in New York City. He and other
musicians presented a free evening of classical music
and jazz, May 19, 2007, at G. Ray Bodley High
School in Fulton, N.Y. Brad’s recent performances
Stefanie D. Stevenson ’02 and Joshua E. Corbitt ’03 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding include shows in New York, Los Angeles and in
included Kyle W. Maynor ’02, Amy N. Argentsinger ’04, Ryan J. Lasley ’03, Rachael Jensen Wisneski ’02, Heidi southeastern states.
Rochner Thayer ’02, Andrew T. Thayer ’02, Elizabeth M. Berkshire ’02, Andrea Clark Hoffman ’02, Ivan
D. Hoffman ’01, Stefanie Stevenson Corbitt ’02, Joshua E. Corbitt ’02, Matthew E. Dumas ’00, Matthew
R. Myers ’03 (groomsman), Joshua T. Dials ’03, Annette C. Hobbs ’03, Rachel Stark Sullivan ’02, Abigail J. 2003
Breck ’03, Kristen Wagner Clarke ’02, Susan Tarr Rolfs ’02, Natalie Deer Sutton ’03, Tiffany C. White ’03, Joshua E. Corbitt and Stefanie D. Stevenson
Marissa K. Gee ’02, John C. Frankel ’03, Caleb M. Sutton ’03 (groomsman), Casey F. Trela ’03, Jason C. ’02 were married Oct. 21, 2006, in Crawfords-
Walker ’03, Britney J. Rose ’03, Meghann Huels Dials ’03, Jennifer Tarbox Boodro ’02, Jennifer N. Nye ’02, ville, Ind. They live in Indianapolis. Joshua is
Gretchen Haist ’02, Courtenay Grass Bogers ’02, Michael E. Bogers ’01, Timothy R. Rolfs ’02. athletic director for Boys and Girls Club of

Reem M. Sweiss ’02 and Karim Belayachi wedding. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Amal
N. Sweis ’00, Arnulfo Mendoza Jr. ’02, Chareen M. Stark ’02 and Nisreen Z. El-Shamayleh ’04. Daniel P. Kiley ’02 and Anna R. Santiago

Class Notes
Zionsville, and Stefanie is a physician assistant Dr. David A. Scott earned his medical degree short story, “How to Speak with an Island,” in The
for Emergency Physicians of Indianapolis at St. from Indiana University School of Medicine May Whitefish Literary Review. Her e-mail address is
Francis Hospitals. Stefanie’s e-mail address is 13, 2007. He completed an internship in internal (See photo, center medicine at Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincin- Katherine A. Gehring is a summer associate at
previous page.) nati. He is an anesthesiology resident at Washington the Indianapolis law firm of Bingham McHale LLP.
Michelle Dingus Wiegman and her husband, University in St. Louis. Katherine is pursuing a juris doctorate degree from
Joel, announce the birth of their son, Cohen James Torrey J. Teats and Katy M. Quirk ’05 were University of Cincinnati College of Law.
Wiegman, March 16, 2007. Michelle’s e-mail ad- married June 17, 2006, on the lawn of East College Ian C. Runyon is a partner and co-founder of
dress is at DePauw University. DePauw Alumni attending, which offers free food and a guide
Christopher M. Meehan earned the juris the wedding were: Jessica L. Olson ’02, Graham to great restaurants in South Bend, Ind., to area
doctorate degree from Pettit College of Law at K. Wellman ’05, Benjamin R. Stallsworth, Richie college students at Indiana schools, Notre Dame,
Ohio Northern University, May 2007. Brown, Eric J.Fruth ’02, Tammer A. Farid ’02, Saint Mary’s and Holly Cross.
Tanya M. Schmitter and J. Randall “J.R.” Brandon A. Emkes ’01, David M. Trogden ’04, Allyson K. Tindall and Scott Simpson (ITT
Mayer were married June 17, 2006, in St. Louis. Joshua M. Lamb ’02, Matthew L. Deleon ’02, Institute) were married March 18, 2007, in Mor-
Tanya’s e-mail address is Katrina Malhotra ’05, Rachael A. Henry ’02, Ryan ristown, Tenn. They live at 400 Bear Creek Lane,
(See photo, below.) J. Fenstermaker ’05, Peter G. Hogg ’05, Daniel P. Knoxville, TN 37922. Ally is employed with
Bretscher ’06, Johanna L. Fickenscher ’06, Nipun Clayton Homes in Maryville, Tenn. Their e-mail
Chopra ’06, Keith A. Marshall ’05, Kathryn L. address is (See
Gernand, Erin M. Toth ’03, Tiffany C. Carson ’06, photo, bottom left.)
Amanda C. Royalty ’06, Abigail S. Laymon ’07, Jamie T. Wilson and Adria M. Haley were
Leslie N. Dillon ’06, Matthew L. Behrensmeyer featured April 7, 2007, on A&E network’s Find
’05, Elizabeth A. Huffman ’06, Nathan M. Moch and Design.
’03, and Annabelle R. Butler ’06.

2004 Traci A. Abbott and Anthony R. Kaufman
Katie A. Beehler is head swim team coach were married Dec. 29, 2006. (See photo, below.)
for Kosciusko (Ind.) Community YMCA. She Kyle T. Clemens is employed at Stego Indus-
is a third-grade teacher at Harrison Elementary tries, LLC, a California-based company that manu-
school in Warsaw, Ind., as well as assistant swim factures and sells polyethylene vapor barriers.
coach for the high school. Craig E. Greiwe is a student at Columbia Law
Paul M. Booth received a master’s of divinity School as well as a consultant for USC and free-
degree from Candler School of Theology at Emory lancer in publicity and special events. Craig divides
University, May 2007. his time between New York and Los Angeles. His
Tanya M. Schmitter ’03 and J. Randall Mayer wed- Margaret N. Doherty is program director of Big e-mail addresses are and
ding. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Creek Outdoor Education Center for The Glacier
Nadya S. Schmitter ’06 (maid of honor and sister of Institute in Montana. She recently published a Jason P. Nerad is a staff assistant for United
the bride), Julie E. Wood ’03 (maid of honor), Julie
Schwarze Linihan ’00 (bridesmaid), Mary E. Murrill
’03 (greeter), Julia R. Moen ’03 (greeter), Katelyn E.
O’Reilly ’03 (greeter), Elizabeth A. Donahue ’03,
Jeffrey A. Jones ’03, Jeremy M. Rust ’03, Scott K.
Shelbourne ’03, John W. Fries III ’03 (usher), J. Rush
James IV ’03 (usher), James R. Hamlin ’05, Elizabeth
Cady Arnold ’01, Benjamin T. Arnold ’01, James W.
Wood ’59 and Sandra McDermond Wood ’61.

Traci A. Abbott ’05 and Anthony R. Kaufman ’05 wedding. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included
Jill C. Mecklenborg ’05, Rachel K. Hehner ’05, Hannah M. Thomas ’05, Katie C. Baker ’05 (maid of
honor), Jennifer A. Henricks ’05, Cristin D. Neil ’05, Michael C. Phillipp ’05, Rebecca L. Brackenhamer
’05 (bridesmaid), Lee A. McKelvey ’05, Annette Hammes Brolsma ’05, Christopher W. Brolsma ’05,
Ariane R. Jaskolka ’05, Andrew E. Molnar Jr. ’04, Brian T. Daniels ’04, Stephanie L. Wong ’05, Keri
A. Reber ’05, Leslie Lindquist Neil ’77, Claude “Dan” Price ’06 (groomsman), Meghan E. McNulty ’05,
Emily L. Duncan ’05 (greeter), Sarah J. Preuschl ’05, Amanda K. Holsclaw ’05, Molly E. Monroe ’05,
Erin E. Murphy ’05, Travis E. Fox ’94 (brother of the bride), Jeremy T. Powlen ’05, Alexandra M. Davis
’07, Maria L. Herrera ’04 (bridesmaid), Amanda L. Bonebrake ’04, Christopher R. Will ’05, Carlton F.
Albrecht ’05, Braden D. Nordman ’05 (best man), Robert B. White ’07, Sara J. Willingham ’05, Amanda
Allyson K. Tindall ’04 and Scott Simpson L. Hirschfeld ’05 and Jennifer L. Brandt ’05.

Class Notes
States Senator Barack Obama. Jason lives in
Washington, D.C.
Peter E. Ohs won two Midwestern Regional
Emmy Awards given by the National Academy of
Television Arts & Sciences in the categories of media
arts and entertainment and human interest program.
Peter works for Blind Squirrels Production Group.
Katy M. Quirk and Torrey J. Teats ’03 were
married June 17, 2006, on the lawn of East College
at DePauw University. DePauw Alumni attending
the wedding were: Jessica L. Olson ’02, Graham
K. Wellman ’05, Benjamin R. Stallsworth, Richie
Brown, Eric J.Fruth ’02, Tammer A. Farid ’02,
Brandon A. Emkes ’01, David M. Trogden ’04, Natalie G. Shaffer ’05 and Bret M. Govert ’05 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding
Joshua M. Lamb ’02, Matthew L. Deleon ’02, included Michael C. Field ’02, Anne Plymate Field ’03, Sarah L. Plymate ’06 (bridesmaid), Amanda C.
Katrina Malhotra ’05, Rachael A. Henry ’02, Ryan Royalty ’06 (bridesmaid), Michael J. Seay ’05, Daniel P. Antle ’06, Eric C. Janesky ’07, D. Curran Clark
J. Fenstermaker ’05, Peter G. Hogg ’05, Daniel P. ’06, Natalie L. Dressel ’06, Jennifer A. Fedchak ’06, Chad A. Call ’06, Kristin L. Rosenberger ’05, Sonia
Bretscher ’06, Johanna L. Fickenscher ’06, Nipun A. Miller ’05 (bridesmaid), Kathryn A. Shaffer ’03 (maid of honor), Traci L. Phillips ’03, Kate R. Nickols
Chopra ’06, Keith A. Marshall ’05, Kathryn L. ’05, Lindsay E. Tato ’05, Jonathan D. Salisbury ’05 (groomsman), Eric E. Dodd ’06, Tanner J. Coulter
Gernand, Erin M. Toth ’03, Tiffany C. Carson ’06, ’05, Meredith C. Woods-Koppitch ’08, Sarah K. Gates ’07, Emily R. Mason ’07, Jamie A. Mathias ’07,
Amanda C. Royalty ’06, Abigail S. Laymon ’07, Jenny Baylor Swisher ’06, Jennifer G. Plymate ’10, Elizabeth Myers Plymate ’76, Kathryn M. Deppe ’07,
Leslie N. Dillon ’06, Matthew L. Behrensmeyer Brian C. Missey ’02, David A. Storms ’04, Philip W. Shaffer ’08 (groomsman), Jeremiah E. Palmer ’05,
’05, Elizabeth A. Huffman ’06, Nathan M. Moch Christopher K. Kessler ’03, Christopher M. Olson ’04, Kenneth M. Cochran ’03, N. Evan Shook ’05
’03, and Annabelle R. Butler ’06. (best man), Timothy S. Rausch ’04, Bryan D. Cuculich ’05 (usher), Allison T. Glibkowski ’04, John F.
Natalie G. Shaffer and Bret M. Govert were Younger ’05 (usher), John R. Laughlin ’05, Dylan C. Allread ’07, Alexander B. Martin ’07, Patrick J.
married Dec. 16, 2006, in Indianapolis. (See Mitchell ’06, Jonathan C. Bostrom ’06, Andrew R. Bagley ’04 (groomsman), G. Todd Plymate ’75, Ryan J.
photo, top right.) Fenstermaker ’05, David R. Thompson ’04, Daniel W. Yoder ’04, Marc D. Pfleging ’03, Mark A. Prosser
Laura M. Valler is the community representative ’05, Danielle C. Courier ’05, Andrew E. Breeden ’05, Anthony M. Williams ’05, Thomas J. Pruzin ’05
for American Cancer Society’s Great Lakes division. (usher), R. Page Cotton ’05, James R. Miller III ’04 and Troy L. Wyss ’05.
She is responsible for fundraising, advocacy and cancer
control events and programs in the Indiana townships
of Washington and Wayne in Marion County.

Daniel P. Bretscher won the men’s amateur
Hy-Vee Triathlon, June 2007, held in Des Moines,
Leslie N. Dillon was the first female to finish
the Run to the Border Half Marathon in Salisbury,
Mass., March 25, 2007. She placed ninth overall.
Phillip B. Mann Jr. won the USA Cycling
Collegiate Road National Championships Divi-
sion I men’s criterium race, May 13, 2007. Phil is
a student at Colorado State University
Abigail R. Troutman and Gary R. Rom were
married July 29, 2006. (See photo, bottom right.)

2007 Abigail R. Troutman ’06 and Gary R. Rom ’06 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding
Luis F. Davila and Bryan J. Dobrik’s film, included Randall E. Heyde ’09, Maggie C. Tresslar ’06, Shantelle L. Ransdell ’05, Sheena R. Arink ’06,
Shades of Grace, won the Best Student Film award Jessica L. Oesch ’06, April J. Troutman ’97 (bridesmaid), Adam T. Troutman ’99 (groomsman), Jeremy
at the Long Island International Film Expo, July B. Markle ’97, David B. Heyde ’81, Robert H. Heyde ’85, Hannah F. Wieland ’07, Amanda B. Staf-
15, 2007. The film was also accepted for showing ford ’06, Adam L. Frounfelter ’06 (groomsman), Cory R. Partlow ’05, Ashley M. Paschal ’06, Lesley R.
at Twin Rivers Media Festival in Asheville, N.C., Sisler ’07, Jenny Baylor Swisher ’06 (bridesmaid), Allison M. Moll ’06, Benjamin M. Brown ’06, Tyler
and The Indie Gathering in Cleveland. D. Frounfelter ’10, Dane C. Wilson ’06, Daniel M. Lewallen ’06, Reid D. Murtaugh ’06, Christopher
Jeyson H. Florez is a Fulbright Scholar. He J. Lambring ’05, Jaimes M. Waymouth ’06, Craig A. Cunningham ’06 (groomsman), Michael R. Klear
will spend the 2007-08 academic year researching ’06, Kyle M. Woody ’05 (usher), Gregory B. Clay ’06, Chad M. Homan ’06 and N. Joseph DiSalvo ’06.
wealth distribution and poverty in Costa Rica. Not pictured, Alison M. Heyde ’81.

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Class Notes

Obituaries daughter, Anne Carter Underhill ’55.

Maurice F. Shadley ’31, Jan. 5, 2007, in
of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He was a Rector
Scholar. He was a retired attorney. He was the
Aurelia Adams Dukes ’25, Aug. 1, 2003, of Bloomington, Ind., at the age of 97. He was a Rector great-grandson of Thomas A. Goodwin, a member
Durham, N.C., at the age of 99. She was a mem- Scholar. He taught orchestra, band and chorus at of DePauw’s first graduating class in 1840. He was
ber of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She retired as several Indiana high schools and later was a member preceded in death by his wife.
secretary to the alumni director of Duke University of the Indiana University School of Music faculty. John D. Armstrong ’40 was listed incorrectly
after several years of service. She was preceded in He was preceded in death by his wife. as deceased in his wife’s obituary, Elizabeth
death by her husband. Rex P. Beaty ’33, Jan. 7, 2007, of Valparaiso, Horine Armstrong ’41, in the spring 2007 is-
Frances Fatout Alexander ’28, Jan. 12, 2007, Ind., at the age of 95. He was a member of the sue of the DePauw magazine. The staff regrets
of Charlotte, N.C., at the age of 99. She was a Men’s Hall Association. He was a Rector Scholar. the error.
member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She He retired as a supervisor from U.S. Steel in Gary,
was a homemaker. Ind., after 35 years of service. He was preceded in Helen Johnson McKinney ’40, Aug. 30, 2003,
Martha Wilson Fontaine ’28, Feb. 2, 2007, of death by his wife. in Panama City, Fla., at the age of 84. She retired
West Lafayette, Ind., at the age of 100. She was a Mary Jane Carr ’35, Jan. 31, 2007, in Tipton, as director of Four Arts Library in Palm Beach,
member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She was Ind., at the age of 93. She was a member of Delta Fla., in 1984, after nearly 30 years of service. She
a retired music teacher and a homemaker. She was Delta Delta sorority. She was a cataloger and head of was preceded in death by her husband.
preceded in death by her husband. the card preparation unit at Purdue University from Rev. William C. Jones ’40, Oct. 28, 2001, of
Margaret Rohwedder Steinhauer ’29, July 22, 1942-1957, and later head librarian at Rockford Atkin, Minn., at the age of 83. He was a member
2004, at the age of 96. She was a member of Alpha College in Illinois. In 1963 she became the acquisi- of the Men’s Hall Association. He was a retired
Phi sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded tion librarian at DePauw, retiring in 1978. Methodist minister.
in death by her husband. Her survivors include a Dale B. Harris ’35, April 28, 2007, in Newport, Marcia Naus Mayse ’40, Jan. 4, 2007, of
daughter, Susan Steinhauer Hettinger ’56. Vt., at the age of 92. He was a member of the Men’s Goshen, Ind., at the age of 88. She was a member
Edgar B. Young ’29, April 6, 2007, of Medford, Hall Association and a Rector Scholar. He was a of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was an
N.J., at the age of 98. He was a member of Phi Kappa psychologist and educator. He retired as professor elementary school teacher, retiring in 1980. After
Psi fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar and a past emeritus of psychology from Pennsylvania State retirement, she was a part-time bookkeeper for the
member of the DePauw Alumni Board of Directors. University in 1979. He was the author of Children’s family business. She was preceded in death by her
He received an honorary degree from DePauw in Drawings as Measures of Intellectual Maturity and husband and a brother, James H. Naus ’42.
1962. He began his career in financial management editor of three professional journals. His survivors James S. Sweet ’40, May 8, 2007, of Silver
as personnel director of the United States Bureau of include his wife, Elizabeth Saltmarsh Harris ’35. Spring, Md. He was a member of Delta Chi fra-
the Budget and later became assistant director of the Dr. William G. Rhorer ’35, Oct. 24, 2005, ternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He was a writer
Port Authority of New York. He retired as director in Long Beach, Calif., at the age of 92. He was and editor and retired as assistant director of the
emeritus of the Lincoln Center for the Performing a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He was an science and medicine news office at the University
Arts. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Jane orthopedic surgeon in Long Beach, Calif., for of Chicago in 1981.
White Young ’31; second wife; great-grandfather, more than 40 years. He was preceded in death Helen Crider Marshall ’41, May 15, 2007,
John Hanna, Class of 1850; grandfather, John Ber- by a brother, John G. Rhorer ’39, and an uncle, in Dittmer, Mo., after a long illness. She was a
ryhill, Class of 1874; Grandmother, Mary Hanna Herbert M. Rhorer ’17. His survivors include his member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She was
Berryhill, Class of 1874; mother, Irene Berryhill wife and a brother, Roger J. Rhorer ’31 a homemaker and community volunteer. Her
Young ’04; aunt, Elizabeth Berryhill Bogie ’29; and Forrest B. Wiley ’35, Nov. 21, 2006, of Spice- survivors include her husband and a son, Jay P.
uncle, William P. Bogie ’30. His survivors include land, Ind., at the age of 92. He was a Rector Scholar. Marshall II ’68.
a son, John B. Young ’58. He was a retired high school mathematics and Elizabeth Gridley Ray ’41, Dec. 21, 2006, of
Herbert E. Carter ’30, March 4, 2007, in physics teacher. His survivors include his wife. Elgin, Ill., at the age of 86. She was a member of
Tucson, Ariz., at the age of 97. He was a member Eleanor Hoyt Musick ’36, Feb. 21, 2007, of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She was a homemaker.
of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He was a member Forest Grove, Ore., at the age of 92. She was a She was preceded in death by her husband.
of Phi Beta Kappa. He was a Rector Scholar. In homemaker. Her survivors include her husband. Owen J. Neighbours II ’41, March 17, 2003, of
1952 he received an honorary degree from DePauw. John W. Minton ’36, March 7, 2007, of Sidney, Indianapolis, at the age of 83. He was a member of
He retired as a professor of biochemistry from Ohio, at the age of 93. He was a member of the Delta Upsilon fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar.
the University of Illinois in 1971. He retired in Men’s Hall Association. He was a Rector Scholar. He was a retired labor and work force attorney.
1981 as head of the biochemistry department at He was co-operator ofMinton’s Market for 30 years, He retired in 1983 from Roberts Ryder Rogers &
University of Arizona. He was preceded in death then manager of the Sidney Paint Company for 20 Neighbours law firm. He was preceded in death
by his wife, Elizabeth Dewees Carter ’32, and a years, retiring in 1988. He was preceded in death by by his mother, Ida Basinger Neighbours, Class
his wife, H. Elizabeth Hill Minton ’39. of 1907; and a brother, Robert O. Neighbours
Obituaries in DePauw Magazine include ’37. His survivors include his wife, Eleanor Miller
Lawrence L. Parrish ’36, March 19, 2007, in
name of the deceased, class year, fraternity/ Neighbours ’43, and two sons, Owen J. Neigh-
Hartford, Conn., at the age of 92. He was a retired
sorority/living unit, occupation and DePauw- bours III ’66 and John T. Neighbours ’71.
professor at the University of Connecticut. His
related activities and relatives. Richard G. Rink ’41, Jan. 29, 2007, of Slater,
survivors include his wife.
When reporting deaths, please include Mo., at the age of 86. He was a member of Men’s
Chester E. Beaman ’38, May 3, 2007, of
as much information as possible. Newspaper Hall Association. He was a Rector School and a
Alexandria, Va., at the age of 91, of congestive
obituaries are very helpful. member of Phi Beta Kappa. He was an actuary
heart failure. He was a member of the Men’s
Information should be sent to Alumni and vice president of the actuary and underwriting
Hall Association and a Rector Scholar. He was
Records, DePauw University, Charter House, departments for Midland Mutual Life Insurance
300 E. Seminary Street, P.O. Box 37, Green- a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He was a foreign
service officer for the United States government Company in Columbus, Ohio. His survivors
castle, IN 46135-0037. You may also FAX us include his wife.
for 32 years, retiring in 1972. Later, he owned
the information at (765) 658-4172 or e-mail Catherine “Kay” Gallatin Fitch ’42, April 13,
a personnel management consulting firm. His
to 2007, in Worthington, Ohio, at the age of 86. She
survivors include his wife.
Obituaries in DePauw Magazine do not was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.
Arthur P. Remley ’38, May 31, 2007, of
include memorial gifts. She was a homemaker and a retired member of the
Neenah, Wis., at the age of 89. He was a member

Class Notes
Worthington Presbyterian Church pre-school staff. Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was a real the former executive director of The Hawaiian
She was preceded in death by her husband. estate sales agent in Coral Gables, Fla. Society of Certified Public Accountants, Hawaii
John S. Jackson Jr. ’42, April 24, 2005, of Lake William M. Clary ’47, Feb. 6, 2007, in Restaurant Association, and Sales and Marketing
Oswego, Ore., at the age of 85. He was a member Clinton, Ind., at the age of 81. He was a member Executives of Hawaii. Her survivors include a
of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He was a sales- of Sigma Chi fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. sister, Ruth Wilkinson Pollingue ’43.
man for Kirsch Company for more than 30 years. He retired as a professor emeritus at Indiana State Gaylord E. Rough ’50, March 7, 2007, in
He was preceded in death by his father, John S. University in 1986. He was preceded in death Newton, N.C., at the age of 82, after more than
Jackson ’17; wife, Jean Cooley Jackson ’44; and by a brother, John A. Clary ’67. His survivors a 30-year battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was a
brother, Peter K. Jackson ’44. His survivors include include his wife. member of the Men’s Hall Association. He retired
a sister, Judith Jackson Hanson ’49. Elizabeth Jean Martin Garrison ’ 47, June as professor emeritus of biology at Alfred Univer-
Robert W. Lundin ’42, May 28, 2007, in 6, 2006, of Lincoln, Neb., at the age of 82. She sity. He was preceded in death by his wife.
Wheaton, Ill., at the age of 87. He was a member was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She Alice Rutherford Logan ’50, Jan. 9, 2007, of
of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He was a profes- was preceded in death by her husband, Rev. R. Oxford, Ohio, at the age of 78. She was a member of
sor of psychology at the University of the South Benjamin Garrison ’47. Her survivors include Delta Zeta sorority. She was a retired office manager
for more than 30 years, retiring as the William R. her son, Thomas M. Garrison ’77. for the sociology and anthropology department at
Kenan Professor of Psychology. He was the author Joan Grootemaat Eschweiler ’47, Oct. 13, Miami University. She was preceded in death by
of eight books. His survivors include his wife and 2006, of Mequon, Wis., at the age of 81. She was her husband, Byron E. Logan ’50.
a daughter, Sara J. Lundin ’75. a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She was a John R. Scatterday ’50, March 23, 2007, in
Elaine Ray Waggoner ’42, March 11, 2006, homemaker. Her survivors include her husband. St. Charles, Ill., at the age of 81. He was a member
of New Castle, Ind., at the age of 86. She was a Frank H. Hanscom ’47, March 7, 2007, of of Delta Chi fraternity. He was in management
member of Delta Zeta sorority. She was a retired Fox Lake, Ill., at the age of 82, of complications and sales for Standard Oil of Indiana, Statistical
high school teacher, a homemaker, and had worked from Parkinson’s disease. He was a member of Tab, First Girl and Lighting Maintenance Inc.
in her husband’s law firm. She was preceded in Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He was a retired His survivors include his wife, Virginia Kraft
death by her husband. printing salesman. Scatterday ’53.
Wendell G. Lewellen Jr. ’43, March 18, 2007, Clarence R. Jung Jr. ’47, Feb. 9, 2007, of Gerald V. Alcock ’51, Dec. 19, 2006, in Ann
of Ann Arbor, Mich., at the age of 85. He was a Richmond, Va., at the age of 82, after a lengthy Arbor, Mich. He was a banker and later founder
member of Delton Upsilon fraternity. He owned battle with Alzheimer’s disease. He was a member of Gerald Alcock Company, a commercial real
and operated Imperial Industries, Inc., in Belleville, of the Men’s Hall Association. He was a Rector estate appraisal and consulting firm, retiring in
Mich., until his retirement. He was preceded in death Scholar. He retired as professor emeritus of eco- 2004. His survivors include his wife.
by his father, Wendell G. Lewellen ’18. His survivors nomics at the University of Richmond in 1992. Elizabeth Cook Boye ’51, Jan. 28, 2007, in
include his wife; two daughters, Cynthia Lewellen He was preceded in death by his first wife. His Chatham, N.J., at the age of 79. She was a member
Coble ’85 and Barbara Lewellen Powell ’67; two survivors include his second wife. of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She was a home-
brothers, Donald R. Lewellen ’51 and William R. Dr. William M. Walton ’47, May 17, 2007, of maker as well as a yoga instructor. Her survivors
Lewellen ’53; a nephew, William R. Lewellen Jr. Indianapolis, at the age of 83. He was a member include her husband.
’75; a grandniece, Christine E. Lewellen ’08; and of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. He was inducted Melville W. Paul ’51, March 22, 2007, of
two sisters-in law, Carol Brown Lewellen ’52 and into the DePauw Athletic Hall of Fame in 1992. Brooklyn, Conn., at the age of 80. He was a
Millicent Chapman Lewellen ’53. He was a doctor of urology for 42 years, retiring member of the Men’s Hall Association. He was
Edward B. Wagner ’43, Jan. 24, 2007, of in 1997. His survivors include his wife. employed by the State of Connecticut for more
Venice, Fla. He was a member of Alpha Tau Omega Margaret Wylie Sibbitt ’47, March 9, 2007, than 35 years as a casework supervisor and later
fraternity. He was an attorney. He served as an of Bloomington, Ind., at the age of 81. She was as a program assistance supervisor, retiring in
assistant dean of the law school of Northwestern a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She 1988. His survivors include his wife, Margaret
University and as an administrative law judge for was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by Ticknor Paul ’53.
the Securities and Exchange Commission in Venice, her husband. Roger R. Deary ’54, May 14, 2006, of Briny
Fla. His survivors include his wife. Mary McLellan Gardner ’48, May 5, 2006, of Breezes, Fla., and Lakewood, N.J., at the age of 74.
Dr. George N. Bedell ’44, Jan. 20, 2007, Medina, Ohio, at the age of 79. She was a mem- He was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
of Iowa City, Iowa, at the age of 84. He was a ber of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She was an He was a Rector Scholar. He worked in manage-
member of Delta Chi fraternity. He was a physi- elementary school teacher and later a homemaker. ment at Indiana Bell Telephone Company and
cian at University Hospitals in Iowa City from She was preceded in death by her husband. AT&T, retiring in 1986. His survivors include
1968-81. After his retirement, he continued to Joan Spears Marsh ’48, March 27, 2007, at his wife, Dolly Weaver Deary ’55.
work professionally at the VA hospital and at Bethesda Naval Medical Center, at the age of Dean L. Berry ’55, March 31, 2007, in
University of Iowa hospitals until 2004. He was 80, of pneumonia. She was a member of Pi Beta Cleveland, at the age of 72. He was a member
preceded in death by his first wife. His survivors Phi sorority. She was a former model and bridal of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He was a Rector
include his second wife. merchandise buyer in New York City and, later, Scholar. He was a retired partner in the law firm
Nancy Pinkerton Hayden ’44, March 12, a homemaker and community volunteer. Her of Squire, Sanders & Dempsey. He was preceded
2007, in Atlanta at the age of 83. She was a member survivors include her husband and a daughter, in death by his wife.
of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She was an airline Theresa Marsh Holly ’73. Ann Lancaster Hagman ’57, May 16, 2007, in
stewardess, model and real estate agent as well as Robert V. McCan ’49, Feb. 12, 2007, of Atlanta, after a year long battle with multiple neu-
a homemaker and community volunteer. She was Winston-Salem, N.C., at the age of 82. He was rological illnesses. She was a member of Alpha Chi
preceded in death by her husband. a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He Omega sorority. She was a homemaker. Her survivors
Norma Oburn Roberts ’45, March 17, 2007, retired as a general credit manager at Eli Lilly include her husband, Gerrit C. Hagman ’57.
in Greenwood, Ind., at the age of 84. She was a and Company. He was preceded in death by his John S. Ludlam ’57, April 25, 2007, in Hous-
member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She was first wife, Barbara Beck McCan ’50. His survivors ton, at the age of 71, after a long illness. He was a
a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her include his wife. member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He was
husband. Dorothy Wilkinson Lindley ’49, Nov. 1, 2006, field director for the experiment in international
Lucy Richardson Hurst ’45, March 12, 2007, in Richmond, Va., at the age of 79. She was a living in Putney, Vt.,and the Foreign Study League
of Dallas, at the age of 83. She was a member of member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She was in Salt Lake City. Later, he was the owner of John

Class Notes
Ludlam Fine Stationer store in Houston until his senior financial analyst for the Monsanto Company. academic papers, he authored textbooks in psychol-
retirement in 2001. His survivors include a sister, His survivors include his wife. ogy, including The Evolutionary Foundations of
Mary Ludlam Hagmeyer ’59 Timothy L. White ’74, April 14, 2007, in Psychology and The Evolution and Function of Cogni-
Owen A. Heeter ’58, Feb. 17, 2007, of Roch- Washington, Ill., at the age of 54, after a lengthy tion. Goodson also wrote the novels O’Cimarron!
ester, Ind., at the age of 71. He was a member of illness. He was a member of the Men’s Hall Associa- and Three Sips to Moji (originally published as
Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. He was a Rector tion. He retired as production director at WIRL Sweet Salt). His survivors include two sons, James
Scholar. In 1989 he received an alumni citation and WSWT Radio after more than 20 years of L. Goodson ’75 and John G. Goodson ’76, and
from DePauw. He retired with the rank of colonel service. His survivors include his wife. daughter-in-law, Dorothy Chenoweth Goodson
after 30 years in the United States Air Force. After Charles E. Csiszar ’80, April 18, 2007, of ’76. (See photo, below left.)
retirement, he became an international marketing Carmel, Ind., at the age of 49. He was a member John A. Rick-
manager for Bell Helicopter in Fort Worth, Texas, of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He was the executive etts, June 29, 2007,
for 10 years. He was preceded in death by his first vice president and chief marketing officer for CFM of Bloomington,
wife. His survivors include his wife and a daughter, Corporation of Mississauga, Ontario. His survivors Ind., at the age
Kimberly Heeter Huffman ’81. include his wife. of 83. A profes-
Jenny Cochennour Van Baaren ’62, Sept. 2, sor emeritus of
2006, in Aurora, Ill., at the age of 65. She taught chemistry, Ricketts
music at Central High School in Newark, N.J., Faculty taught at DePauw
and later was a substitute teacher in the Wheaton, Robert S. Ec- from 1952-89 and
Ill., schools. She was preceded in death by an uncle, cles, May 27, 2007, served as chair of
Robert K. Turner ’43. at Asbury Towers in the chemistry de-
Warren F. Parsons Jr. ’62, Dec. 3, 2002, in Greencastle, Ind., partment. He was John A. Ricketts
Evanston, Ill., at the age of 63, from cancer. He at the age of 95. the former Simeon
was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity. He was He taught Biblical Smith Professor of Chemistry and also served as
a lifetime member of the Washington C. DePauw Studies at DePauw director of graduate studies from 1966-70. He
Society. He retired as president of Oscar J. Boldt from 1953-77. served in the military during World War II. He was
Construction Company after 30 years of service. He was Martin V. a visiting professor at Indiana University in 1963
His survivors include his wife, Sandra Frakes Beiger Professor of and a visiting lecturer for the American Chemical
Parsons ’62; daughter, Laura Parsons Schoch ’87; English Bible and Society. Ricketts received research grants and fel-
and son-in-law, Breton A. Schoch ’86. served as chair of Robert S. Eccles lowships from the National Science Foundation
Ann West Bloomstrand ’67, May 30, 2005, the department of and the Research Corporation in New York, and
in Chicago, at the age of 59. She was owner of the philosophy and religion from 1974-77. He retired his articles were published in a number of chem-
Spice ’n Easy herbs shop in Glen Ellyn, Ill. Later as a professor emeritus of philosophy and religion istry journals. He was a member of the American
she was an executive recruiter for T-A-Davis & in 1977. He was an ordained minister of the United Chemical Society, Indiana Academy of Science
Associates in Evanston, Ill. Methodist Church and a member of the American (past treasurer), Sigma Xi, Midwest Association
Carol Binder Webb ’68, Feb. 12, 2007, in Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical of Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts Colleges
Lima, Ohio, at the age of 85. She was a homemaker. Literature. During the summers, he taught in the (board member 1979-81), Scientific Research
Her survivors include her husband. Jurisdiction School for Supply Pastors at the Garrett- Society, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Lambda Chi Alpha
Carol Boardman Hittle ’68, May 3, 2007, in Evangelical Theological Seminary in Evanston, Ill., and American Contract Bridge League. In a 2005
Indianapolis, at the age of 60, after a long battle from 1954-68. He served as dean and taught Bible essay in Chemical & Engineering News, William
with cancer. She was a member of Delta Gamma at the Indiana Area Local Pastors License School at F. Carroll Jr. ’73, then-president of the American
sorority. She was a lifetime member of the Wash- DePauw for many years. He was the author of Erwin Chemical Society, cited Professor Ricketts as being
ington C. DePauw Society. She was a registered Ramsdell Goodenough: A Personal Pilgrimage. He among the people to whom he offered “some words
nurse and worked in public health and hospice was preceded in death by his wife, Kathryn Eccles, of thanks to a few of the important mentors in my
nursing. Her survivors include her husband, Max who served for many years in DePauw’s Office of professional life.” (See photo, above.)
W. Hittle Jr. ’66; son, Byron D. Hittle ’97; sister, the President. (See photo, above.)
Helen Boardman Duncan ’65; and daughter-in- Felix E. Good-
law, Amanda Martin Hittle ’97. son II, May 17, Friends of the University
Richard F. Handschuh ’69, May 5, 2007, 2007, of Green- Opal M. Burk Eglen, May 27, 2007, of
of Chicago, at the age of 59, of cancer. He was a castle, Ind., at the Greencastle, Ind., at the age of 84. She was a
member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He was a age of 84. He was cook at DePauw for more than 42 years, retiring
school teacher and, later, president and owner of a professor of psy- in 1993. She was preceded in death by her first
Classical Renovations in Chicago. His survivors chology at DePauw and second husbands.
include his wife. from 1954-85. He Gloria E. Herbert, March 10, 2007, of Gre-
M. Joan Jones Leeke ’70, May 27, 2007, received the Best encastle, Ind., at the age of 76. She was a food
of Roachdale, Ind., at the age of 74. She taught Teacher Award service worker at DePauw. Her survivors include her
kindergarten at Bainbridge (Ind.) Elementary in 1960 and the husband, and a son, Michael W. Shillings ’75.
school for many years. She was preceded in death Felix E. Goodson II Academic Council Wilma J. Sears, March 21, 2007, of Green-
by her husband. Outstanding Pro- castle, at the age of 77. She was employed in the
James B. Rogers ’71, March 14, 2007, in fessor Award in 1979-80. A U.S. Army Air Corps finance department at DePauw for more than 20
Little Rock, Ark., at the age of 58, following a veteran of World War II, he was a prisoner of war years until retiring.
short illness. He was a member of Phi Kappa Psi of the Japanese in the Philippines for more than Frances L. Tilley, Feb. 20, 2007, in Danville,
fraternity. He was owner and president of Smith three years. While in the army, he attained the rank Ind., at the age of 83. She was employed in food
and Company in Stuttgart, Ark. His survivors of technical sergeant and earned several medals, services at DePauw, retiring in 1986.
include his wife. including the Purple Heart. He was active in the
Jay A. Grable ’74, Jan. 9, 2007, of Kirkwood, Indiana Guard Reserve and retired as a colonel in
Mo., at the age of 54, from a brain tumor. He was a 1995. In addition to writing numerous published


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