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Willa (Wiltsie) Johnson
, Phoenix, Ore.,
published a book, “Blessings from God,” a
compilation of articles she has written for
several years for a local Christian newspaper.
She also has two more great-grandchildren,
making a total of four.
Sally (Freeman) Jadlow
, Overland Park,
Kan., compiled “God’s Little Miracle Book.”
It contains 27 true stories collected over the
years from her experience as a corporate
chaplain, wife, and mother, and from
travels abroad.
Arleen (McLawhon) Young
, Fayetteville,
N.C., retired in July 2010 after a 41-year
career in education, having most recently
served as principal of Gordon Elementary
School in Fort Bragg, N.C., one of the newest
and largest schools within the Department of
Defense Education Activity (DoDEA). Arleen
attributes her successful career directly to her
studies and student activities at The Woods.
She is married to Drew Young, WC ’70.
Vicki (Dunn) Hauser
, Overland Park, Kan.,
graduated from Midwestern Baptist
Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Mo.,
on May 21 with a Master of Arts degree in
biblical languages. She is now studying for a
Ph. D. in New Testament Studies. She was
one of eight chosen for the program and the
first woman accepted to this program.
Sarah “Sallie” Hughes
, Memphis, Tenn.,
co-owner of Dogs Rule Day Care and School,
recently reopened her business after temporarily
closing due to flooding. The doggie day care
has had as many as 150 dogs at one time.
Alice Brown
, St. Louis, Mo., received a
kidney on Aug. 13, 2011, and is no longer on
dialysis. She sends her thanks to everyone
who prayed for her.
Marsha (Wardlaw) Clevenger
, Little Rock,
Ark., assistant United States attorney with
the U.S. Department of Justice, received
the Magic Hope Award for 2011 for her work
in making her community safer for children
through the Project Safe Childhood initiative.
Marsha is coordinator of the program.
Robin (Cockerill) Glenn
, El Reno, Okla.,
produces sales catalogs for some of the
largest horse auctions in the industry. Since
1981, her business has produced sale
catalogs, stallion pages, and mare pedigrees.
With the help of a designer, she has created
a couple of websites and does promotional
work for ranches.
Dayla (Bishop) Schwartz
, Independence,
Mo., is the new city counselor, the top position
overseeing the city of Independence Law
Deborah (Hoover) Barker
, Flower Mound,
Texas, has launched a new business –
B Unique – Simplified Living. Services
include organizing your home, your home
business, and small business offices.
Sheri (Roach) Brosier
, Amarillo, Texas,
was honored with an award from the Lone
Star Ballet. The award is presented to select
supporters of the ballet who have made
extraordinary contributions to the company
during the current season. Sheri is a member
of the board of directors and is involved in
several community and volunteer activities.
She and her husband, Scott, have
three children.
Julie (Bell) Key
, Mexico, Mo., received
the Mexico, Mo., school district's traditional
Golden Apple as retirement recognition at the
Mexico School Board meeting May 17, 2011.
Julie taught at Hawthorne Elementary School.
Marsha (Vaughn) Moore
, Fulton, Mo.,
claimed the Missouri Lottery’s Show Me
Cash Jackpot from the Sept. 1 drawing.
She purchased the winning ticket at Moser’s
Discount Foods. Marsha’s daughter, Ashly,
also attended WWU.
Lisa Singleton-Boudiette
, Washington,
D. C., is working at the U.S. State
Department in Washington D.C. as she
completes a master’s degree in cultural
heritage and preservation at
Rutgers University.
Kathy (Beale) Patton
, Fairway, Kan., (right) and
1968 graduates (left to right)
Nancy Watts Brown
Kansas City, Mo. ;
Paula Teague Petty
, Searcy,
Pattibeth Parker Cooper
, Leawood, Kan.,
held a mini-reunion in April at the Canyon Ranch
in Tucson, Ariz. They all turn 65 this year.
Amy (Orr) Michel
, Urbandale, Iowa, has
taken a new position at Computerized Facility
Integration (CFI) where she will be working in
conjunction with IBM and Deloitte on a large
scale Integrated workplace management
system implementation with the U.S. Air
Force. Amy will be working virtually and
traveling to D.C. at least once a month.
Courtney (Green)
, St. Louis, Mo.,
a partner at Husch
Blackwell, has been
selected by FOCUS
St. Louis to be in
the 2011-12
St. Louis class.
She was one of 66
individuals chosen
from more than 200
applications. Hill
concentrates her practice in the area of real estate
and development law, counseling public and private
companies in domestic and international
commercial real estate transactions
and loans.