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The Woods
Amy (Barrow) Halbrook
Fenton, Mo.;
Kyna Iman
St. Louis, Mo.;
(Margreiter) Hediger
St. Peters, Mo.;
(Neiheiser) Hunsaker
Chesterfeld, Mo.;
(Lochmoeller) Stoker
Defance, Mo.;
Jan Lischer
’85, Colorado Springs, Colo.,
Gretchen (Chapman) Adams
’86, St. Louis, Mo.,
gathered to celebrate the New Year at Lester’s in
St. Louis, Mo.
Class Notes
Debbie (Fulk) Hay
, Dallas, Texas, was
one of the runners-up for The Hospital
Review’s CEO of the Year. Debbie serves
as president of the Texas Institute for
Surgery and previously served as the
administrator for a surgery center and as
an emergency room nurse and manager.
Dereama Karen Digh
, Fulton, Mo.,
married Eugene Allen, WC ’74,
June 17, 2009.
Diana (Van Bloom) Woods
, Grand
Junction, Colo., was chosen as one of the
“21 over 31” by Southwest Art Magazine.
She will be featured in the November
issue of the magazine. She is a
professional artist who exhibits
nationwide. View her work at
Linda Quinley
, Fayette, Mo., director of
business services for Columbia Public
Schools, received the Outstanding
Administrator of the Year Award at
the annual awards banquet.
Carol (Williams) Hanrahan
, Laguna
Hills, Calif., has published a novel,
“Baling,” which is available in
paperback on and
Leslie R. (Voit) Trimble
, Washington,
D.C. graduated cum laude from Logan
College of Chiropractic with a doctorate of
chiropractic on Aug. 22, 2009. She
will practice in Quincy, Ill., and plans to
pursue certifcation in animal chiropractic.
Nicole (O’Donoghue) Carter
, Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, is a social worker and
program manager for a vocational
workshop for people with disabilities.
Beth Link
, Charlotte, N.C., is area
general manager for Residence Inn
by Marriott.
Virginia Brown
married Hunter
Breshears in Pine Bluff, Ark., in March
2009. They recently moved to northwest
Arkansas, Virginia is a med tech for
Medical Sciences Area Health Education
Center-Northwest for the University
of Arkansas.
Anna (Schneider) Eichhorn
, Advance,
N.C., is executive director of the North
Carolina Triad of the Susan G. Komen
for the Cure.
Kim (Nunemaker) Foster
, Kirkwood,
Mo., was awarded frst and second place
ribbons for her watercolor paintings at
Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival in
Nappanee, Ind. She also received the
“Most Popular Marketplace” blue ribbon
for the third year in a row.
Megan Green-Dreyer
, Cedar Rapids,
Iowa, is an equestrian professor at
Kirkwood Community College and
coaches the Intercollegiate Judging Team.
Michelle (Stephens) Kemp
, MBA ’03,
Fulton, Mo., was selected as one of 20
under 40 by the Columbia Business
Times. She is director of career services
and student success at WWU.
Jan (Downey) Conn
, Fulton, Mo., is a
new special education teacher at Mexico
Middle School.
Mary (Nennig) Wills
, Scales Mound, Ill.,
trains horses for endurance riding and
has trained the regional champion for the
50-mile endurance race.
Tara Hattery
, Bondurant, Iowa, married
Mark Dowd Jan. 17, 2009, in Cancun.
Crystal Everett
’02, was maid of honor.
Tara works for the State of Iowa
Department of Public Defense
Homeland Security.
Melissa Althauser
, MBA ’06, St. Charles,
Mo., is a marketing specialist with Arenus,
Ella Marie (Newbery)
, Stockton, Calif.,
and her three sisters,
(Newbery) Hart
’42, Gilroy,
Calif.; Wilhelmina
(Newbery) Findley
Corpus Christi, Texas, and
Elizabeth “Liz” (Newbery)
’52, Avon, Ind., all William Woods graduates,
reunited at Liz’s home after 12 years of separation.