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Alumni News & Notes: Spring 2022

1970s Tammy (Spiva) Hawks, ’72, who is the incoming president of the Greater Kansas City Alumnae Panhellenic, was presented the gavel at Indian Hills Country Club, where 195 women gathered

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Alumni Notes

Alumni News & Notes: January 2022

December 2021 – January 2022 1960s Duane Gabrielson, ’66, was inducted into the Shawnee Mission South High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Gabrielson, a retired math teacher and coach, was

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Alumni Notes

Alumni News & Notes: Fall 2021

September – November 1950s Ruth Ann (Yocum) Nutt, ’50, turned 100 years old in November. Her husband, Don, ’50, turned 100 earlier in 2021. 1970s Les Morrison, ’78, retired from

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Alumni Notes

Alumni News & Notes: Summer 2021

May – August 1950s Don Nutt, ’50, turned 100 years old on May 30, 2021. Don and his lovely wife, Ruth Ann, ’50, celebrated this milestone with their family members.

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Alumni Notes

Alumni Notes: Spring 2021

November 2020 – April 2021 1950s W. Gordon Clay, ’58, was appointed by the state to the executive committee of the Oregon Alliance to Prevent Suicide. He serves as founding

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Alumni Notes

Alumni Notes: Fall 2020

August 2019-October 2020   1950s Tom Hedrick. ’56, was featured on KCTV5 in January 2020 as the last living announcer from the first Super Bowl, which was held at the LA Coliseum.  1960s  James Allen, ’69, published his first novel, The Third Horseman Awaits. 

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Alumni Notes: Summer 2019

1940s Betty Jane Wilson, ’43, turned 99 years old on July 11. 1950s Tom Hedrick, ’56, member of the Athletic Hall of Fame and Voice of the Wildcats for the past

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Alumni Notes: Summer 2018

1950s Dick and Jeanne (McDaniel) Sulley, both ’51, and Don and Sue (Wyrick) Larkin, both ’70, hosted dinner in December for the men’s basketball team after its 90-70 victory over

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