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1941WAYNE BRYANT has outlived all of the 19other guys in his high school class of 1938.Write Wayne at 519 Pheasant Run, Rensselaer,IN 47978-9578.1942ROBERT “BOB” BRAZELTON celebrated his85th birthday on January 14 with family andfriends. Bob lives in Safety Harbor, Florida.Happy Birthday Bob! Send well wishes to 43Turnstone Drive, Safety Harbor, FL 346951947DOROTHY ‘DOTTIE’ HESLIP writes, “I was atBay View for about three weeks in July. Coachand Jean Collier joined cottage owners,WARREN and JANE EASH ESTEP ’50 — itreminded me of Hanover as we attendedconcerts and coffee klatches together.”1950FRANK GUTHRIE writes, MARCELLAMANCHESTER GUTHRIE ’52 and I celebratedour 50th wedding anniversary last summer withall the offspring present. Our four sons are:Mark, Bruce, Kent and Lee. If in our area, giveus a call or visit. Our address is 120 Berkley,Terre Haute, IN 47803-1708. My emails email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org,and our phone number is812-877-4982.1951ROBERT CLEGG has a new address. It is 2688Marston Heights Drive, Colorado Springs,CO 80920.1952THEODORA C. FOREMAN writes, “JEANETTEMORROW ’53 and I had a great trip to NewYork City in mid-September. We saw wonderfulplays and thoroughly enjoyed the tours.”Theodora can be reached at 4533 E. Camino DeOro, Tucson, AZ 875718-4404 email@example.com July/August 20061953SUZANNE J. MCFALL writes, “To celebrate ouroldest son Brian’s 50th birthday, Bob Stegner,Brian, and his family, Devon (2) and Lori, and Ienjoyed a four-day fishing trip to Newland’slodge in Bull Shoals, AR. We caught 110 troutand brought a few home.” Write Suzanne at2055 Mystic Bay Court, Indianapolis, IN 46240or firstname.lastname@example.orgNANCY JOHNS recently took a trip to Salina,Colorado and ran into THOMAS JOHNS ’53,WILLIAM FLORENT ’51, MICHAEL ORRILL’79, BEVERLY FLORENT ORRILL ’81, andfreshman MEGHAN ORRILL. Learn more fromNancy about the trip at 222 E MontgomeryAvenue, APT 305, Ardmore, PA 19003 orNJohns1031@aol.com.1955YASUHIRO SHIMADA sends his best regards tohis fellow classmates and dorm mates of ’55. Hisaddress is 18-8 Sanjo-Cho, Ashiya, Hyogo 659,Japan.1956BARBARA KRAL GOFF writes, “MARTHA‘MARTY LEE’ OLIVER HATTEN ’56, NANCY‘NAN’ TODD KUCHER ’56, and I enjoyed threedays together at Hanover’s CFI session in earlyNovember. “The New Relationship betweenEurope and the U.S.” was presented anddebated in civilized fashion and was perhaps thebest one I’ve attended yet. We met with IRWIN‘BUD’ and SALLY STILES BUNTON ’56 inMadison and enjoyed lunch, followed bychocolate sodas. DONALD and ALICE BOWIESTEINER ’56 joined us for the opening talk.”Write Barbara at email@example.com 3405 34th Place NW, Washington, DC20016-3135.1957ROBERT G. GILLEPSIE writes, “At their recentmeeting in Kansas City, I was reappointedchairman of the National Model Practice ActCommittee of the Association of VeterinaryState Boards where I represent the Indiana statelicensing board.” Write Robert at 970 BuenaVista Drive, Brownstown, IN 47220 firstname.lastname@example.orgNANCY PEYTON YOHE writes, “It had been 10years since Hanover roommates, JANETLITTLER MARTEKA ’59, SANDY SALISBURYMYERS ’59 and I had been together. Then inMay 2006 we had 3 days of “catching up at theMyers’ “lodge” near Turkey Run and thenanother 5 days with Janet at her home on CapeCod. I live with my husband, Mike, inValparaiso, IN just 12 miles from Indiana DunesState Park on Lake Michigan. I would enjoy asurprise visit from my Hanover classmates.”1960NELSON ELLIOT has been a licensedrealtor/broker for close to 20 years. He startedAtlas Land Services Appraisal Company in 1991and became a member of the NationalAssociation of Master Appraisers in 1992. Hehas been a director of the Southeastern IndianaBoard of Realtors from 2001-2006, and waspresident in 2004. This year Nelson has beenelected “REALTOR” of the year. CongratulateNelson at email@example.com.PAUL STEUVER donated a copy of the book,“A Century of Schools: A History of CaesarCreek and Clay Township Schools” by: Alan F.Smith with additional editing and research byPaul E. Steuver, to our Hanover College Library.Paul did extensive research throughoutDearborn County, Ind., to complete the bookthat Smith had been working on at the time ofhis death.1962JOAN C. HAWLEY MORNINGSTAR writes,“We love retirement and living in Florida. Comevisit us at 123 Cupola Loop, Kissimmee, FL34759 and enjoy Disney. Mickey Mouse lovesHanoverians!” Email Joan firstname.lastname@example.orgJOYCE ROMER writes, “I wintered in Florida inthe Ocala National Forest...a very interestingarea. I was delighted to watch our adult baldeagles raise twin eaglets. We had to kill a verylarge rattle snake (64 inches) that wanderedthrough our yard, and we have black bears thatvisit quite often. Our property is on LakeGeorge which is six miles wide and 16 mileslong and FULL of alligators!! Her summeraddress is 3166 West Fork Road Cincinnati,Ohio 45211, 513-662-8613 (June 5th till mid-November) and her winter address is 7995 NE310th Avenue, Salt Springs, Florida 32134,352-685-0979 or simply email email@example.com.
1966CLAUDE ‘BILL’ CADDELL received in Februarythe Arts Administrator Award for Indiana. In1999 he received the Governor’s Award for theArts. Bill is the Library Director of the FrankfortCommunity Public Library. He has built orremodeled 3 libraries in Clinton County and isworking on a 4th. He also created a culturalcenter at the Frankfort Library. Congratulate Billon his achievements at 5068 W. Gasline Road,Frankfort, IN 46041 or firstname.lastname@example.org.STEPHEN M. JESSUP writes, “I am runningfor a third term as Superior Court Judge. I nowhave 6 grandchildren ranging in age from 2months to 14 years.”1967FLOYD COATES is running for the District 45state Senate seat. He will challenge whoever winsthe Democratic Party primary in May. Coates isunopposed in the Republican Party primary.District 45 represents Jefferson, Clark, Scott,Switzerland and parts of Jennings, Jackson andWashington counties. He is the president andowner of American Plastic Molding ofScottsburg. Coates is married and has fourchildren and 10 grandchildren. To sendencouragement to Floyd on his campaign, writeto PO Box 457, Scottsburg, IN 47170.MARK HERSHMAN was honored as Beta of theWeek, November 14 - 20, 2005, for his serviceand impact on the Iota chapter. CongratulateMark at 3044 Golfview Drive, Greenwood, IN46143 or email@example.comMARCIA KNOX RITTER writes, “Our son,Nathan, a junior in high school, is having funsinging in four groups. He sings in his schooland church choirs, St. Louis Children ChoirChamber Singers, and started a 9-voice acappella group at school. He also made districtand state choirs. He will sing at the SouthwestAmerican Choral Directors Associationconvention and will play Pontius Pilate in hisschool production of Jesus Christ Superstar.”Write Marcia at 2036 Firethorn Drive, St. Louis,MO 63131.1969IRVIN ‘SKIP’ BOYSEN attended a reunion inPoland in September with Polish and US troopshe served with in Iraq. While there he visited thePope’s birthplace, Auschwitz, salt mines, Krakow,monasteries, and Warsaw. They are planning thenext reunion in Hungary. He has retired fromthe Army as a civilian and a reservist. Hecurrently rents a shop doing woodworking andrefinishing. Write Skip at 9430 HammontreeDrive, Urbandale, IA 50322 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgTERRY MANN retired as principal ofCovington’s Chapman Vocational School in1999 after 19 years. He serves as president ofKentucky Alternative Programs, a program thatprovides supervisory services to district courtsthroughout Kentucky. When the courts releaseconvicted misdemeanor criminals on probation,case managers take over to supervise adherenceto the terms of court orders. That may includeattending alcohol or drug clinics, payment ofdamages, child support, getting and keeping ajob, and helping offenders stay out of legaltrouble. Most clients are poor, non-violent, firsttimeoffenders who want to become productivecitizens. The agency gets no government money,funded strictly from client fees, based on abilityto pay. Mann also remains involved with theDemocratic Party, serving for several years asCampbell County Democratic Party Chairman.Catch up with Terry at 41 Cannon Ridge Lane,Fort Thomas, KY 41075 email@example.com.PERRY MCNEELY writes, “I am now the ChiefOperating Officer for a marketing/servicescompany in Denver called Kinetic SourcingSolutions.” Congratulate Perry on the new jobat firstname.lastname@example.orgJANET VANDIVER CANCILA recentlycelebrated one year of ownership of The LinenHouse, Houston’s premier linen rental firm forweddings and special occasions. Contact Jan at5207 Cedar Bend Creek, Houston, TX 77041or email@example.comTOM ECCLES reports: “I was blown from NewOrleans by Hurricane Katrina to Phoenix, AZ in2005. I am now at Maricopa Medical Centerwhere I direct the Adolescent Medicine Programand serve as Associate Director of ResidencyTraining. Unlike others, I suffered fairly limitedpersonal loss from the disaster. I hope we will allcontinue to pray for the recovery of the GulfCoast and for those who were severely affected.They will need continued support from all of us.I feel so fortunate as 2006 begins. I can bereached at: 4212 N. 2nd Drive, Phoenix, AZ85013.”1979WILLIAM ‘ROCKY’ GOSHERT announced hiscandidacy for sheriff in the 2006 primaryelection. Rocky, a Kosciusko County Sheriff’sDepartment officer, will face fellow Republicanand KCSD veteran officer Sam Whitaker in theRepublican runoff. For 21 years Goshert was anIndiana State Police Trooper. He joined theKCSD in 2001. Write Rocky at 2268 S. SunriseCircle, Warsaw, IN 46580-7029.HANOVER FUNDSURPASSES GOAL!Thanks to all of you whohelped the Hanover Fund;class agents, phonathonvolunteers, alumni, parents,and friends. We surpassedour original goal of $1.15million to raise a total of$1,183,367! That’s morethan ever before.Thank you allfor your generoussupport.Coming soon…...info on how Indianaresidents can obtain aHanover College licenseplate. Details to followon Hanover’s web site atwww.hanover.edu/alumni.