Kewpie Classmates Directory
Classmates Name (if underlined) to Send Email
Reunion Information Updates
Richard Hayden - Chairperson
Paula Abell - 2009-10-31
Kurt Albert - Email removed 2008-07-09
Ed Alviso - 2010-10-12
Richard Amend - Email removed 2011-06-07
Rob Anast - BIO - 2015-02-08
William Anglen - 2005-08-31
Garth Ashpaugh - BIO - Email removed 2005-10-17 - Univ. of Mo. - Columbia - CPA
Margaret Baer - BIO - 2009-08-09
Warren Ballew - BIO - Email removed 2003-10-14
Dan Balsamo - 2003-07-28
Lynne Beasley - Email removed 2015-10-28
Mary Bell - Email removed 2005-10-17
Karen Black - BIO - 2005-04-20 - Claremont Graduate School - Sales and Marketing
Jim Bohnenkamp - 2009-09-13
R. Michael Bradley - Email removed 2005-10-17
David Braisted - Email removed 2009-02-26
Archie Brooks - Email removed 2005-10-17
Steve Brooks - 2005-07-07
Patrick Brown - 2009-11-13
Ivy Cagle - 2012-04-12
Mike Caldwell - BIO - Email removed 2010-04-11
Joe Callahan - 2009-12-04
Jeanne Chapman - 2010-01-16
Steve Chase - Email removed 2007-11-14
Roger Coday - 2002-03-02
Tom Cook - Email removed 2010-07-27
Nancy Cope - 2006-12-28
Todd Crawford - BIO - 2008-08-31 - MU @ Columbia - BS Civil Engineering
Bradford Crum - BIO - 2017-01-14
Kim Cunningham - 2012-12-19
Bill Dalton - BIO - 2006-06-01
Mindy Dieterich - Email removed 2007-02-17
Tim Drennan - 2009-11-07
Kim Dude - BIO
Deborah Easley - 2010-04-22
Sandra Falloon - Email removed 2007-02-13
Donna Fenton - BIO - 2009-04-12 - Undergrad-Stephens College/Masters-Lesley College -
BA in Elementary Education, Masters in Creative Arts in Learning
Rita Fichter - 2009-11-02
Kim Fitzpatrick - 2005-08-12
Kathy Flischel - Email removed 2005-10-17
Carol Forbis - 2005-09-12
Paulette Ford - Email removed 2005-09-09
May Freelon - Email removed 2005-05-25
George Fuchs - 2015-12-11
Charlie Garrett - 2011-03-09
Carol Gentry - 2005-08-28 - UMC - Learning Specialist, Boise Public Schools
Pat Gillespie- 2009-01-08
Howard Glauert - 2003-06-02
Candece Glauser - 2008-09-07
Peggy Grathwohl - 2009-10-15
Susan Green - Email removed 2010-07-27
Carolyn Grim - Email removed 2007-02-13 - Univeristy of Missouri-Columbia - B.S. Education
Jerrie Gronemeier - Email removed 2008-10-27
Rick Hamilton - Email removed 2003-03-24
Terry Hansen - Email removed 2016-11-10
John Herman - Email removed 2006-05-10
Archie Hendren - Email removed 2013-05-08
George Hessenbruch - 2014-02-01
Randy Hume - BIO - 2011-04-13 - University of Missouri-Columbia - BSBA-Accounting
Mike Hupp - Email removed 2005-10-17
Sandra Jagger - Email removed 2010-04-11
Julie Jenkins - 2003-03-30
Rich Johansen - 2013-02-06
John Jones - Email removed 2015-03-10
Larry Jones - Email removed 2008-02-07
Dana Karnes - 2006-06-28
Lynn Kenyon - Email removed 2011-11-07
Mark King, deceased 2015-12-09
Ann Kuhlman - 2009-10-26
Herbert Larson - 2016-11-28
Vincent Lutterbie - BIO - 2005-10-14
David Maxwell - 2007-11-18
Cindy McCulloch - Email removed 2013-05-08
Glenn McElroy - 2009-10-27
Carol Milhollin - 2010-08-07
Gary Mills - 2005-09-24
Tony Morgan - BIO - 2006-09-09
Paul Morris - BIO - 2016-10-19 - Northeast Missouri State University - BSE Industrial Education
Susan Mowrer - Email removed 2003-09-16
Sheila Murphy - BIO - 2015-08-11
Mary Musacchia - 2015-10-27
Barbara Nichols - 2006-05-23
Meredith Oborn - Email removed 2007-02-13 - UMC & SLU - BSN-retired nurse
Arlene Overton - Email removed 2008-06-25
Susan Owens - Email removed 2003-11-17
Karen Palmer - 2013-05-11
Penny Parman - 2015-05-10
Mary Kay Patt - Email removed 2002-04-28
Debbie Pauling - 2002-05-19 - Brigham Young University - Bac. of Science in Family Studies
Brad Pemberton - 2010-08-24
Paula Phillips - BIO - 2017-01-21
Christina Purdy - 2006-01-18
Randy Reynolds - 2005-02-11
Dale Roberts - BIO & Picture - Creighton University, UMC Law,
Natl Judicial College(U.Nev.-Reno) - C.B.A., J.D. , Chief Judge and Adjunct Prof. @ Mizzou
Jim Rutter - 2002-01-17
Jim Sanders - BIO - Email removed 2005-10-17
Cindy Sapp - 2007-08-20 - Stephens College - Retired-Web Manager
John Schaperkotter - 2009-08-12
Mary Seewoster - 2004-04-01
Jim Shaw - 2009-10-31
Linda Smith - BIO & Picture - 2005-08-19
Peggy Smith - 2004-07-01
Barb Spangler - 2002-05-01
Betty Starke - Email removed 2011-11-07
Gene Stephenson - Email removed 2005-10-17
Brenda Strawn - 2008-03-18
Dennis Strissel - BIO & Pixture - 2007-11-19
Debra Stull - 2008-06-30
Ed Sullivan - 2002-05-31 - Columbia College - AA-Nursing and Accounting
Beth Summers - 2009-10-26
Beverly Thornton - BIO - 2010-10-20
William Toler - 2014-08-20
Sally Tull - 2009-07-16
Susan Tull - 2009-06-10
Karen Turner - 2005-08-31
Mary Walker - BIO & Picture - Email removed 2007-02-08
Mark Wappel - 2009-01-26
Molly Watson - 2007-07-15
Ron (Billy) Weinman - 2005-08-22
Christy Welliver, deceased - 2011-08-09
Ruth Withrow - Email removed 2008-09-14
Shelly Zuber - 2010-10-17
Rob Anast April 20, 2004
I am happily married with four children, ages ranging from 18 to 27. I live in the Chicago, Il area; employed by Discover Card as VP of Analysis and Modeling.
Garth Ashpaugh May 1, 2002
Have lived in the Orlando area since 1991. Have a small firm and doing okay. Really enjoyed seeing everyone at #30.
Margaret Baer March 17, 2002
After graduating from Hickman in 1970, I went to college at Utah State University in Logan, Utah, for 5 quarters. I took mostly general ed. classes, but I was majoring in music, with a theatre minor. At that point, I returned to Columbia, where I lived and worked for about a year; I also took a couple of courses at MU, one in accounting, and one in the (ancient) computer language, Fortran. I then married Ken Waldram, whom I had met in Utah, and went to live with him in the Chicago area, where he was doing his research for his masters degree in chemical engineering at Northwestern University. After he received his masters, we moved to Richand, Washington, where our first son was born. Over the years, we also lived in Monroe, Louisiana, and now Santa Ana, CA, where we have lived for 22 years. We have had 3 more sons, and a daughter. Our sons are now aged 25, 20, 18, and 12. Our daughter is 16. After having worked for the past 19 years as a (piano) accompanist for the Santa Ana Unified School Distric, playing for school choirs at the elementary, intermediate, and high school levels, I am currently BACK in school, working toward a degree in liberal studies, with the objective of being an elementary school teacher.
Warren Ballew February 23, 2003
After graduating from Hickman, I entered USMA in July of 70 and graduated in 74. After a short career as an Infantry Officer with over 1020 parachute jumps, I got my Pilots license and have pursued my love for aviation ever since, starting with King Radio in Overland Park, Kansas. Since then, I have worked as an engineer at every major aircraft company to include McDonnell, Hughes, Boeing, Lear and Cessna and flying the Piper Aztec and Aerojet L-29.
My wife of 14 years and I now live in Marietta Georgia, and have a precocious 4 year old son named Jet. Sue is a Flight Attendant with Northwest Airlines. We just returned from an enjoyable one year assignment in England doing Fuel Safety Assessment for Airbus. We are at home preparing for our next aviation adventure.
We get back to Columbia
about once a year visiting the home folks at the family farm near Murry.
We look forward to the next reunion and welcome contact from old friends
Kim Dude December 19, 2001
I am married and have two children, Drew 20 and Kelsey 10. I have never left Columbia. I work at the University as the Director of the Wellness Resource Center.
Donna Fenton September 11, 2005
After attending the University Lab School from kindergarten through tenth grade, I spent my last two years at Hickman. I completed my B.A. degree at Stephens College, and received a Masters’ degree in Creative Arts in Learning from Lesley College Outreach Program, Cambridge, Massachuttues.
I married my high school sweetheart, Denny Russell, more than 33 years ago. Denny works at Square D Company as a supervisor and enjoys hunting, a little fishing, and tinkering with cars in his free time.
After student teaching at Shepard (many, many years ago), I taught first and third grades for 3½ years at Parkade Elementary. Our first child, Julie, was born at the end of my third year. So after another year I decided to try my hand at the “full-time mom” profession. Our second child, Becky, was born during my first year at home. Oh, what a wonderful experience we had in our three years at home!
In 1980 I returned to a full-time teaching position at Ridgeway Elementary, teaching in Unit B (3rd-4th) for 13 years. Both of our girls completed their elementary schooling at Ridgeway. In 1993 Shepard became my new home. I taught sixth grade for two years and this will be my 10th year teaching 4th grade. I’m seriously looking forward to retirement in 3 more years.
The girls are grown now and off in the real world. Julie is 29 and living in Arlington, Texas with her husband, Matthew Townsend. Both of them work for Republic Beverage. Julie is the Division Manager for the Dallas/Ft. Worth Area. They are busy, busy, busy! Becky is 27 and living in Ashland with her husband, Doug Quinn. Life in Ashland is a little slower paced than Dallas. Becky just finished her fourth year teaching 2nd grade at Southern Boone Primary School. Recently Doug and Becky blessed our family with our first grandchild. Colton Michael Quinn was born March 21st of 2004 and he is absolutely the light of our lives! Aunt Julie even manages to come home for visits quite often now!
In my spare time I enjoy traveling (Texas has become a favorite spot), walking and bicycling on the Katy Trail, sewing, reading a good book, and snow skiing down the slopes of the Colorado Mountains.
Randy Hume November 23, 2007
After high school, I attended MU, graduating in 1974 with a major in accounting and a commission as a Navy Officer. I met Cindy Fink, from Centralia, in college and we married in 1973. Our only child now lives in north Texas, with her husband and our two energetic grandkids. My brief career in the Navy took us to Athens, GA, Guam, and San Diego. In 1978, I resigned my commission and began a career pubic transportation in Palm Springs, CA. My transit career has taken us to Michigan, Cincinnati, New Orleans, Memphis, Oklahoma City and now Austin, TX. I am currently Executive Vice President of Finance and Administration for Austin's Capital Metro. While in Memphis, I managed the design, construction and start-up of the Main Street Trolley system. My parents moved to Springfield, MO, while we were oversees in the Navy, so we haven't had many opportunities to get back to Columbia, although we still try to stay up with news there thanks to the internet. My hobbies include golf, collecting trolley/streetcar memorabilia,work around the house and of course entertaining the grandkids. Our church continues to be an important part of our family's life.
Vincent Lutterbie October 15, 2005
I am a dentist in Marshall, MO. working exclusively with mentally retarded/developmentally disabled people. <>
I have written a novel; "After The Facts" and you are welcome to search for it on Amazon.com.
Married in 1972 and had two children; Lindsay and Miles. Divorced in 1983, and remarried to Melody (a Hannibal Pirate) in 1987. I guess that's a good combination, as we plan on growing old together.
I am a councilman in Marshall,
active in city and state activities. Look me up sometime.
Morris December 4, 2001
After completing his active duty, Dale attended Creighton University, where he was a member of the Jesuit Humanities program as well as the Creighton Honors Program. He majored in Latin and Classical Civilization and upon graduation was awarded a Classical Bachelor of Arts. (The C.B.A. is awarded to students who are literate in both Greek and Latin.) Dale studied law, and received his Juris Doctorate, from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law in 1986. As a component of his position as an Administrative Law Judge, Dale went on to pursue a post-law school program in Judicial Development and graduated from the National Judicial College, University of Nevada at Reno, in July of 2002.
Dale served as the Chairman of the NARUC Administrative Law Judge's Committee for 2000-2001. In October 2003, the President of the Missouri Bar Association appointed Dale to the position of Chairman of the Administrative Law Committee. He has been an Adjunct Assistant Professor with the University of Missouri-Columbia, since 1989. He currently teaches Employment Discrimination Law each semester.
Dale went to work for the state of Missouri in 1992 and was appointed as an Administrative Law Judge, with the Public Service Commission, under the Ashcroft administration. He was appointed as the Deputy Chief Judge in 1994, and in 1996 he was appointed as the Chief Judge of a nine-judge panel. Dale served in that position until May 2005.
On May 9th, 2005, Governor Matt Blunt named Dale to be the new State Director of the Missouri Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. "I was appointed on Monday the 9th, on Wednesday the 11th I had my confirmation hearing before the Senate Gubernatorial Appointments Committee, on Thursday the 12th my name went to the entire Senate for a vote, and on Friday the 13th I was sworn in."
In his spare time Dale
is the Vice-President of the Central Missouri Humane Society's Board of
Directors. He is also an NRA Certified Pistol Instructor and Home Safety
Instructor at the Green Valley Rifle and Pistol Club in Columbia. And,
of course, Dale has a dog. It is an English Bull Terrier named Odysseus.
Linda Smith August 20, 2005
I married David Williamson (HHS Class of 1970) and we lived in Germany for 3 years while he was in the Army. We traveled through out Europe taking in all the famous tourist spots, England, Frances, Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, etc. On our return to the States, David went back to school at University of Missouri until we divorced. David is a fireman with the Columbia Fire dept. for the last 23 years.
I've been working at the University of Missouri in computing (Information & Access Technology) since 1976 when we returned to the Columbia.
I have remarried and have two girls, Sarah age 22 is currently going to the University of North Texas, getting a degree in Emergency Management. Erica age 15 is a Sophmore at David Hickman High School (class of 2008). My Stepdaughter, Jessica, is age 29 and lives in Wichita, Kansas.
My husband (Mark) and I have property at Lake Nehai (Chariton county) where we enjoy boating, swimming, Clubhouse with pool, etc., Mark enjoys the fishing, we even have a small 9 hole golf course across the road from our place. It is a private lake, just 600 acres but its quieter then the Lake of Ozark.
In 2003 I traveled to India to do some research and photo documentation of shrines and temples on island in the middle of the Narmada river at Omkareshvar, central India. Click here to view some of my many pictures on our website.
I'm currently working on the publishing the book I did photo documentation with Dr. Nagar (Prof. Emeritus, UMC), it is a resource book soon to be found in the Library of Congress, London, India and of course the University of Missouri. We are in the final stages of editing it and hope to have it completed by the end of this year.
My travels to India was a true adventure of it own kind. The people there are so friendly and of course they speak English (once was British occupied) which made language not a hardship. I found myself drawn towards a culture of wonderous music, dance, colorful costumes, a people devout to their religion of Hinduism.
My current plans are to
retire from the University in another 5 years and we'll see what I find
to do with my spare time then.
Married to Sharon for 32 years, (6/14/75), and have two children Scott, married to Shanais, and Sherry, married to Brian. Scott and Shanais have two boys, (Isaiah and Zechariah), and are expecting twins in May 08. Sherry just gave birth, 11/17/07, to Dylan, our third grandson.
We have served as Salvation
Army officers for 34 years; a number of years in the States and abroad.
Were State leaders of the Army In Indiana and Missouri. Currently we are
the Army's top leaders in the country of Ghana in West Africa. This is
our second time living on the African continent, and claim it as our second
home. Should anyone desire to see some of our current work you can look
up our xanga site at TSA Spotlight on Ghana.
Walker June 20, 2005