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2005 All School Reunion

October 29, 2005
All School Reunion
Reservations Received as of 11/01/2005 for the reunion dinner on October 29:
Teachers - Marian Armstrong (Librarian 58-69) & Charles Jelavich; James Diana (Counselor 67-72) (coming late); George Luginbill (Science 66-72); Deniese McDaniel Smith (Art 69-72, UHS '57); Jerry McIntosh (Math 58-63) & Jane; Norma Miller (Librarian 64-72) & Louis; Wayne Nichols  (PE 66-72) & Jan; Robert Pabst (English, Dean of Boys 55-57) & Margaret; Ellen Klingman Pettay (English 70-71); Maurice Shadley (Music 47-50); Freeda Smith (Mrs Frank - he taught 46-72); Jo Spear (English 47-69); Dominic Spera (Music 66-68) & Patty; Bill Stucky (Science 62-72) & Karen; Karen Stucky (Elementary 62-72) & Bill; Teddie Thurston (Mrs. KB - he taught 38-72); Jerry Trinkle (Business Ed 60-65)
   
 
Faculty /  Staff List Lost Deceased Reunion Messages

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7/3/01May 11, 2011, Greensburg Daily News  (http://greensburgdailynews.com/obituaries/x364973396/Joyce-L-Konzelman-91)
Greensburg — Joyce L. Konzelman, 91, of Greensburg, passed away Tuesday, May 10 at Morning Breeze Nursing Home where she had been a patient for the past 14 months.  Miss Konzelman received her Bachelor's Degree in Home Economics from Ball State University and her Master's Degree in Education from the University of Iowa. She began her career as a teacher in communities in Iowa, as well as in Illinois and southern Indiana. For many years she made her home in Bloomington where she taught, then took a job with the Indiana Department of Public Instruction in the late 1960's. She advanced in that state position to the title of Chief Consultant of Home Economics Education for the Department of Ed's Division of Vocational Education.

Throughout her career Miss Konzelman was the recipient of many awards and special recognitions including a National Home Economist Award of Merit; the Professional Service Award for the Future Homemakers of America; recognition for "outstanding leadership and distinguished service in the promotion and development of the home Economics Education Program in the state and in the nation," and a special national commendation resulting in contribution to the Home Economics Education Graduate Fellowship in her name.  She is survived by two sisters; nephews and nieces; six great-nieces and 12 great-nephews; and several great-great nieces and nephews.  She was preceded in death by her parents, and one brother.
6/12/11Dr. Byron G. Massialas, 81, passed away on June 4. He is survived by his son George, son James and wife Suzi, ex-wife Sara, grandson Byron Nikolas; and other relatives, friends and students from FSU. Byron G. Massialas was a Professor of Education at FSU and resident of Killearn Estates & Country Club from 1970 - 1997. Dr. Massialas resided in Boca Raton, FL from 1997-2011. Visitation Thursday, June 9, 2011 at Babione Funeral Home from 5 to 7 p.m. Funeral Service Friday, June 10, 2011 at 10 a.m., St. Mark Greek Orthodox Church, 2100 NW 51st St, Boca Raton, FL.Interment will follow at the Boca Raton Cemetery, 449 SW 4th Avenue in Boca Raton, FL.
6/10/11Josephine Spear died June 7, 2011.  The following obituary is on the Allen Funeral Home website at www.allenfuneralhome.org/obituaries/josephine-spear.aspx

Josephine Spear, associate professor emeritus,School of Education,Indiana University, passed away Tuesday at the Meadowood Retirement Community. She was born October 30, 1917 in Bedford,Indiana, to H. Clifford and Beryl (Foster) Spear. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Bedford.  In 1939 she received an A.B. in English from DePauw University, where she was a member and treasurer of Kappa Alpha Theta. She earned Masters and Doctorate Degrees from Indiana University.   She first taught in Bedford and Mishawaka junior high schools. After three years as chairperson of the English Department at Warren Central, Indianapolis, she came toIndiana University as an English instructor in the University School.  From 1950 until 1970 Spear was the chairperson of the English Department in the University School. In 1970 she was transferred from the University Schoo lto the School of Education. In 1983 she retired as chairperson of English Education,School of Education, Indiana University.  For the Indiana University Correspondence Division, Spear wrote secondary English courses 9-12. Her primary publications, however, were high school literature textbooks, two in English literature and one in world literature: Adventures in English literature and Ideas and Patterns in Literature IV.  Her professional memberships included National Council Teachers of English, Indiana State Teachers, Delta Kappa Gamma and Phi Delta Kappa. She was a founding member of Gamma Associates Chapter of Tri Kappa. She was a member of Altrusa International, DePauw and Indiana University Alumni, IU Foundation, Woodburn Guild and Varsity Club. She was also a member of the 10-20 Investment Club and the Bloomington Kappa Alpha Theta Alumnae.  Survivors include her nephew, Kenneth J. Eitel (Jacquelyn) of Greencastle; her niece, Joanna Batchelor (Miles) of Greenwood; and six grand nephews: Anthony, Patrick, Adam, Jacob, Matthew and Ethan Eitel.  She was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Elizabeth Eitel.  There will be no funeral service. The family will receive friends from 11am-1pm Saturday, June 11, 2011 at Allen Funeral Home. A private family internment will be held at Cresthaven Memory Gardens in Bedford. Memorial contributions may be made to the IU Lilly Library,1200 E. Seventh Street, Bloomington,IN 47405-5500 in memory of Josephine.

5/6/10The May/June Indiana Alumni Magazine p 74 gives note of the of M. Vere DeVault (Ed '53) on December 9, 2010.
11/15/09 Donald Barr, Social Studies teacher and Junior High Dean of Boys died on January 24, 2008 in Ithaca NY.  See www.starbeacon.com/obituaries/local_story_040194506.html  for a fine obituary with a photo at the Ashtabula OH  Feb 10 Star-Beacon newspaper.  The "Cornell Chronicle Online" at www.news.cornell.edu/stories/Jan08/Obit.Barr.sl.html also has his obituary.  The following is an excerpt:

Donald J. Barr, professor emeritus of policy analysis and management in the College of Human Ecology and a longtime social activist who spoke for disenfranchised members of the Ithaca and worldwide communities, died Jan. 24 in Ithaca, due to complications following a stroke.  A member of the Cornell faculty since 1971, Barr focused many of his professional and personal activities on fighting bias, prejudice and oppression and on issues related to leadership, empowerment and transforming power oppression. For many years he co-taught a popular Cornell course, Racism in American Society, and inspired many students to choose careers to pursue social change and justice.  "Professor Barr was much sought after by Human Ecology students of color, and others, for advice and support as they contemplated public service careers," said Jerome Ziegler, former dean of the College of Human Ecology.

Born May 7, 1935, in Geneva, Ohio, Barr earned a B.S. (1957) in social and earth sciences at Miami University in Ohio, an M.A. (1959) in sociology and a Ph.D. (1964) in guidance and counseling, both at Indiana University. Before teaching at Cornell, he taught at the University of Michigan and in elementary, middle and secondary public schools in Ohio and Indiana. He led numerous workshops and educational programs for such programs as the Telluride Summer Program, National Teacher Corps, National Training Laboratories, Summer Institute for the University of Victoria, UNICEF, Early Childhood Program Development and the National Executive Service Corps in New York City.

2/24/09 School nurse Marcella Knudsen Calvert, 99, died on Sunday, February 22, 2009 in Bloomington. A graduate of Arsenal Technical High School in Indianapolis, she received her R.N. degree from St. Vincent Hospital School of Nursing in Indianapolis and the B.S. degree in Education and Nursing Education from Indiana University. She also attended Butler University in Indianapolis and George Peabody College in Nashville, Tennessee.  During her career, she worked for the Indianapolis, Bloomington and Brown County Public Health Nursing Associations. She also worked for a time as an industrial and camp nurse in Indianapolis and Michigan.  She was a former school nurse in Indianapolis Public Schools, Warren Central and Warren Township Schools until 1943, when she came to the University School in Bloomington as instructor in nursing education and as school nurse until 1961.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Merritt A. (Pep) Calvert, who died in 1971.
12/24/08 Long-time Bloomington resident Jane Hazelrigg died in New York City on Monday night, December 22nd 2008.  She was the first of seven children born to Danish immigrants Niels and Birte Andersen in Buffalo, NY.  As a young adult, she studied violin with Raphael Bronstein in New York City and graduated from Oberlin College in 1939 with a major in music.  She moved to Evansville in the Fall of 1939 where she was concertmaster of the Evansville Philharmonic and taught violin at Cluthe School of Music and Evansville College Music Department.  She married Hugh C. Hazelrigg on August 24, 1940, in Evansville.  In 1950 she moved to Bloomington where she and her husband were avid chamber music players. She taught music and conducted the orchestra at University School from 1959 to 1964. In 1962 she earned a master’s degree in violin performance from IU under the tutelage of Josef Gingold. 

She was preceded in death by her husband, Hugh C. Hazelrigg, science editor with the IU News Bureau for 25 years.  She later moved to New York City to be closer to family. She is survived by a sister and a brother, and by her children, Amy C. Hazelrigg (UHS '60) of Farmington, NM, Hugh A. Hazelrigg (UHS '63) of Bloomington, and Tulle I. Hazelrigg (UHS '67) of New York City, and by three grandchildren.
5/11/08 English Teacher Robett Elmes passed away in Grand Island, NY on April 29, 2008.  This obituary is from http://www.isledegrande.com/.
Robert J. Elmes, April 29, 2008 of Grand Island; husband of Nancy W. Elmes; father of Patrick R. (Gwen) of Arlington, TX, Gregory W. of Homer, AK and the late Robert J. Elmes, Jr.; grandfather of Brittany (Christopher) Petruska and Danielle Elmes; brother of Alex (Ruth) Elmes. Friends may call Sunday, May 4, 2008 from 2-6 p.m. at the KAISER FUNERAL HOME, 1950 Whitehaven Road, Grand Island, a memorial Mass will be celebrated Monday, May 5 at St. Stephen's Church at 10 a.m. Flowers gratefully declined. Memorials to the Robert J. Elmes, Jr. Memorial Fund c/o Buffalo State College Relations Office, 1300 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, NY 14222 or Hospice Buffalo, Robert was a retired Professor of Speech and Communications at Buffalo State College.
3/30/08 Art teacher Fred Mills died on March 17. The following is extracted from the March 27, 2008 HeraldTimesOnline.com:

Frederick V. Mills, 82, artist, educator, mentor, veteran, and humanitarian, died peacefully on Monday (March 17, 2008) in Bloomington, Illinois.
Art has been a continuous thread in his life: Celina, OH, Public School, teacher (1949-51); Indiana University, instructor to professor (1951-65); University of Texas-Austin, visiting professor (1965); University of Tennessee, chair, design department (1966-68); Illinois State University, chair, art department (1968-85); Lincoln College, distinguished professor (1988-95); adult watercolor classes instructor (1988-04) Fred V. Mills Originals (1991-) watercolorist/designer.  Fred’s commitment to art and the community was rooted in his love of our country. He enlisted (1943) in the U.S. Navy as a sonar man and served in the Pacific theatre on the submarine chaser SC-117. After the war, he joined the Army ROTC at Ohio State University. He later joined the U.S. Army Reserves, retiring as a Major (1985) after 34 years of service.

Survivors include his wife (Lois), three sons, four daughters, twelve grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and his second wife (Kathy).  His first wife (Geraldine) and one son preceded him in death.
10/25/07 LAS CRUCES, N.M. — Karen Ann Riley Hunsicker died on October 18, 2007.  Karen taught foreign languages at UHS in 1969.  She  grew up and attended schools in Indianapolis.  She attended Indiana University, where she studied Spanish, English and Anthropology and met and married fellow student Bruce Hunsicker.  Karen taught at Hunter Elementary, University High School, Batchelor Middle School, Bloomington High School North, teaching Spanish at Bloomington High School South until her retirement in 2002 after 36 years in the classroom.  Karen and Bruce made their home in rural Owen County.  After retirement they moved to Las Cruces, NM.  Karen is survived by her husband; two daughters and sons-in-law; parents; brothers and grandchildren.

Extracted from an obituary in the Bloomington Herald-Times.
6/09/07 Robert D. Kelley Sr., of Bloomington, died Thursday, June 7, 2007.   He was an Army veteran of World War II serving in Japan. He was a graduate of Indiana University and was a school teacher for 35 years teaching at University High School and University Elementary. He was wrestling coach of the High School for several years. He owned and operated The Siding and Guttering Specialists. He was a member of the American Legion and an Inductee to the Indiana Wrestling Hall of Fame.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, June 11, 2007 at 2 pm at Allen Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Clover Hill Cemetery with Military Rites performed by the Veterans Honor Guard.  Visitation will be held on Sunday from 2-8 p.m. at the funeral home.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of Bloomington Hospital.
This is an extract.  The full obituary appeared in the 6/09 Bloomington Herald-Times. - sent by Becky Gregory
5/20/07 My apologies!  I just found this misfiled in  my email!  It was sent in Feb 2006 as a registration on the website.  We did not even have Patricia Miller Fraze's ('66-69) NAME in our file much less an address!  If she was YOUR math teacher - please email her! -- Margaret, webmaster  She wrote:

"
I treasure memories of working with many people and at one of the most special schools ever: IU methods class with Jerry McIntosh (fall, 1964) and subsequent work in his summer H.S. workshops; student teaching with the finest teacher --Bob Wilcutt (spring, 1965)-- who eventually introduced me to Houghton Mifflin for whom we developed a textbook; and especially teaching mathematics at U. School 1966-1969 -- first 7/8 grades and then H.S.  Devoted and inspiring colleagues, wonderful students (including the younger brother of my H.S. physics teacher! - the Crest family) and a colleagial and supportive environment that encouraged professionalism and creativity.

Taught in Ann Arbor for next 18 years that included birth of our son, Brian, serving as Dept. Chair for 14 years, receiving the first MI Presidential Award, completing an MBA at MI in the evening, and participating in another textbook project.  We moved to Princeton, from which I commuted to NYC for 12 years, then telecommuting for the next 6, last year moving to Bucks County, PA.  Joined investment advisory firm Westwood Holdings Group (WHG/NYSE) 16 years ago, serving first as portfolio manager and now as Client Services Manager.  Mathematics Teaching is incredibly relevant to work with clients and with colleagues.  --  My best to all"
1/7/07 Maurice F. “Doc” Shadley, Ph.D., age 97, of Bloomington, died Friday, January 5, 2007.  He was born in Greenwood, Indiana, graduated from Greenwood High School, attended DePauw University as a Rector Scholar and received Bachelor of Music (cum laude) and Bachelor of Arts degrees from Indiana Central College. He also studied at the Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music and Indiana University, where he received his Masters and Ed.D. degrees.

A professional educator, Dr. Shadley taught Orchestra, Band and Chorus at several Indiana high schools including Smithville, Bridgeton, Greenwood and Rensselaer as well as the Indiana University Laboratory School. He joined the faculty of Indiana University School of Music as assistant professor of Music Education and manager and director of the I.U. Music Clinic for High School Students and also coordinator of the Public Music Services.

Dr. Shadley was a Navy veteran of World War II.  His military service included serving as an officer for convoy duty in the North Atlantic from 1944-1946. He also participated in various musical organizations, including the Indiana Music Educators Association and was past president, was principal trombonist with the former Keith’s Theater Orchestra, the original Indianapolis Civic Orchestra and with the Bay View, Michigan, Symphony Orchestra. He further served as church organist and choir director at Hall Place M.E. Church in Indianapolis and was guest conductor of high school bands, orchestra and choral festivals throughout Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. He had also been honored by “School Musician Magazine” in an article titled “They Are Making America Musical,” and was selected by “The School Musician Magazine” as one of the Ten Most Outstanding Music Directors in the United States of America for 1963-64 school year.

Survivors include two daughters and sons-in-law, Claire and Jack Cruse of Greenwood, IN, and Marcia and Gene Doerr of Chicago, IL, and Palm Springs, CA; six grandchildren; six great grandchildren; and two sisters. He was preceded in death by his wife and one sister.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Monday at Allen Funeral Home. Burial will be at Smithville Cemetery.  Memorial contributions may be made to the American Red Cross in care of Allen Funeral Home.

taken from an obituary from the Bloomington Herald-Times, sent by Becky Bobilya Gregory '63
12/22/06 David Maish was a friend of my father's when they were stationed in Germany. This is Mr. Maish's obituary.  He died on 12/23/2004.
Cynthia Hopkins - chopkins49@earthlink.net

DAVID LLOYD MAISH, 76 Ex-teacher strived to make history vivid
[Chicago Tribune - Final Edition] - Joan Giangrasse Kates - December 30, 2004 - (Copyright 2004 by the Chicago Tribune)

During a teaching career that spanned four decades, David Lloyd Maish not only encouraged his students to learn about history but to understand its relevance in today's world.
"Teaching to him was more about being engaging, not just spewing facts," said his daughter Peg. "He drew things out of his students and helped them connect the dots. He didn't teach them what to think, but rather how to think."

Mr. Maish, 76, of North Riverside, formerly of Countryside, an Army veteran and retired social studies teacher at Lyons Township High School in La Grange, died of leukemia Thursday, Dec. 23, in Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood. Born in Frankfort, Ind., Mr. Maish spent his early childhood in Ft. Wayne, where he lived in his family's apartment above a grocery store, which they owned and operated. When he was 14, his father died in a fire when the furnace in the store exploded one night. He later lived with his mother and sister in Bloomington before enlisting in the Army.  From 1946 to 1947, Mr. Maish served with the Army in Germany, where family members said he was commissioned a junior officer at age 19. He later headed a mounted cavalry unit, a peacekeeping force charged with stabilizing the border between Italy and Yugoslavia.  
"He shared many stories about his Army days, along with dozens of photos of him and his trusty steed, Willy," said his daughter.

After his military discharge, Mr. Maish returned to Bloomington, where he received a bachelor's degree in journalism and a master's degree in education from Indiana University. It was during that time he met his wife, Carolyn, to whom he was married for 42 years before she died in 1999.  After teaching in Bloomington and Rochester, Minn., Mr. Maish moved with his family to Countryside in 1960 and joined the faculty at Lyons Township High School in La Grange. There he taught social studies and history for the next 28 years, also serving as the president of the Lyons Township High School faculty association before retiring in 1988.  "I had a lot of good teachers in high school, but Mr. Maish was my favorite," said Bill Derrah, a 1977 graduate of Lyons Township High School, who hopes to pursue a teaching career in the spring. "He taught me how to think like a historian, as opposed to saying 'here's the story, facts and dates, now go memorize it.'"

Family members said a key highlight of Mr. Maish's career was being chosen to serve as a reader for the national Advanced Placement tests in history, which are taken by high school seniors seeking college course credit. He also taught for a summer in Agana, Guam, as part of a teaching exchange program in 1970.  Other survivors include a son, Phillip; a daughter, Julia; a sister, Leanna Riggins; and a grandchild.

A memorial service will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Jan. 8 in Lyons Township High School, Brainard and Cossitt Avenues, La Grange.
9/30/05 Earl C. Floyd Jr., 83, of Bloomington, died Wednesday, Sept 28, 2005. He was professor emeritus of the IU School of Education and taught Art at University High School from 1955-1960. He served in the U.S. Navy in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Survivors include his wife, Marjorie; one daughter; one son; two brothers; one sister; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister.

Services will be 11 a.m. Saturday October 1 at Allen Funeral Home. Burial will be at Clear Creek Cemetery. Friends may call 5-7:30 p.m. Friday (Sep 30) and one hour prior to services Saturday at the funeral home.  Memorial contributions may be made to the Parkinson's Foundation or Sherwood Oaks Christian Church in care of the funeral home.

Extracted from an obituary in The Herald-Times, Bloomington IN, 9/30/2005
1997 - 2005 Hoosiertimes Inc. No commercial reproduction without prior written consent.
9/6/05 Harlan A Booher, 75, of Bloomington, died September 2, 2005 in Bloomington.  He is survived by his partner of 45 years, Jack E. Davis. Harlan was the Democrat Registrar of the Monroe County Voter Registration Office from 1991 until his death.  He taught junior high school English at Bloomington's University School from 1962 through 1966, and he was a middle school teacher in Queensland, Australia, where he also was employed by the Queensland Highway Department from 1968-1971.  Harlan graduated from Howe Military School in Howe, Indiana, in 1948. He served in the U.S. Army and was honorably discharged in 1953. He attended Harvard University and the University of Arizona before earning a bachelor's degree at Indiana University at Bloomington.

Harlan Booher was an unassuming Renaissance man. An enthusiastic student of places, peoples, and customs, he traveled overseas numerous times; and he lived in Spain and Australia as well as in California, Arizona, and Indiana.  He was an avid reader, who never tired of learning about the arts and social issues. He was an active member of the Monroe County Democratic Party and belonged to the Monroe County Democratic Women's Club. He admired most politicians.  At Harvard he was a member of the Hasty Pudding Club, and he was active in the Tucson Playbox Theater and the original Bloomington Town Theater. Known and appreciated among his friends and associates for his affectionate curiosity, his integrity, and his genuine respect for people, Harlan also loved his dogs and cats. He was a member of the Nature Conservancy.

A gathering of friends will be announced at a later date. Memorial contributions can be made to the Community Kitchen of Monroe County, 917 South Rogers St., Bloomington, Indiana 47401.

Extracted from an obituary in The Herald-Times, Bloomington IN, 9/6/2005
1997 - 2005 Hoosiertimes Inc. No commercial reproduction without prior written consent.
9/1/05 Eldon Faries writes: "I taught ART at U School from the Fall of 1964 till it closed in 1972.  Then I taught at Bloomington High School North until May, 1979 when I moved to TEXAS.  Those 15 years in Bloomington will always be cherished and remembered.  I am now retired after 40 years of teaching secondary art but at present I am teaching one drawing class at Mongomery College campus, North Harris Community College District system."
8/22/05
Jerry and Jane McIntosh     Anniversary August 21, 2005

Jerry and Jane McIntosh of Bloomington will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday at the Little Britt Inn in Britt, Ontario, Canada. The couple will celebrate at a later date in Bloomington with a dinner party at Chapman's restaurant hosted by their daughter.  She is the former Jane Pennell. She is retired from academic advising in the Indiana University Division and the department of applied health science.  He is associate professor emeritus in the IU School of Education, where he taught for 35 years. He also taught from 1958 to 1963 at University High School. He retired in 1998 with 40 years of service in the field of education.  Their children are Kevin McIntosh of Morgantown and Erin McIntosh of Fishers.  They have two grandchildren.

How we met
Jane sat behind Jerry in an educational psychology class at IU. Jerry's friend, and another member of the diving team, Ed Koeneman, gave his approval so they began dating. Jane's parents said that their marriage wouldn't last - but they proved her parent's wrong.


Extracted from a story in The Herald-Times, Bloomington IN, 8/21/2005
1997 - 2005 Hoosiertimes Inc. No commercial reproduction without prior written consent.
Jerry and Jane McIntosh
8/15/05 Becky Bobilya Gregory, who is receiving reservations for the upcoming October 29 reunion sends this:  -  Subject: Surprise Reunion Response

"I just got a phone call from Princeton, NJ, from Monica Chen Yu. She was a graduate student at IU and taught Chinese at UHS one year, 1963-64. She has no idea how we traced her but she is indeed delighted. She will not be able to attend the reunion, because she and her husband have to be in D.C. all Fall for something special he is doing.

However, she has kept all these years a newspaper clipping from May 10, 1963, with a picture of her, John Ray, other administrators, and several students, including Lynn Householder, Jan Thurston, Bill Burhans, et al. She is making a copy of this clipping and sending it to me. She would like for me to give copies to any of her students who might be interested.

It is her understanding that teaching Chinese in a midwestern high school in the early 60's was unique, and that she was a pioneer in the field. She had to walk from the IU campus to 10th & Bypass to teach the Chinese class, and she was not very involved with UHS faculty, staff, or student life other than her class.

It was such fun to share in her pleasure at being included in our All School reunion mailing!!!!

Becky
PS Feel free to share whatever you'd like of this information.
4/11/05
Fritzi Strudell's ('43) grand niece emailed to say:  "Fritzie is my great aunt, my great grandfather's sister. She received her bachelor's degree in education in 1941. I'm not sure if she furthered her education until 1943? Aunt Fritzie passed away on March 5, 1979 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Not sure how accurate this information is but 'the family' story is that she went on to become director of nursing at Milwaukee General Hospital and helped write the nursing manual for the hospital."
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4/22/05
This list has grown considerably because of lists from Commencement Programs from '52, '57, '63, and '67.  Also, I have seen the Jordannus for most years.  I visited the Indiana Room of the Bloomington Public Library to get information from the  yearbooks in their collection.  They have almost all of them. If you have a commencement program you can scan for me (or let me borrow to scan), please let me know.  --- Margaret
5/14/03
Fred Mills, UHS art teacher in the early '50s, has a web page, Fred V. Mills Originals .
3/6/03
Dave Campaigne writes: "I just got word from my sister, Claudia class of '63, that Jo Spear is in the cardiac rehab area of the Bloomington Hospital for a couple of weeks following heart surgery.  Someone in Bloomington can probably provide the address if anyone would like to send a card.  I'm sure she's still too tough to let anything like this slow her down for long."
Becky Bobilya Gregory has the hospital address and may have other information.
2/27/03
Greg Temple ('59) contacted Robert Michael - and reports:

Dear Fellow-Pigs:

Thanks to help from web-wizard and buddy Dave Campaigne (U-School '60), I was able to trace and talk on the phone at length with Dr. Robert E. ( "Mr. Michael" ) Michael.  Robert, a 4-time grandfather in semi-retirement, is well and -- as ever -- stirring stuff in Manchester, NH. He remembers his three years (1957-1959) in U-School's English department both well and fondly.

Overcoming some initial jitters, born of hero-worship, I rattled off to him the names of a half-dozen or so U-School peers. After nearly 35 years, "Mr. Michael" remembered each personally, warmly and in detail.  And then he named another half dozen, with specific recollection and inquiry about the progress of each.  As I recounted what I knew about each of you, Robert reacted out of what was obviously deep affection. He recalled our times together at U-School as "among the best of my life," and he, like the rest of us, has endured quite some times since.

I asked him if I could share his addresses with you, and he responded instantly and openly, that I should, although he warned he was only a computer semi-literate. He wants to hear from and renew friendships and acquaintances with you. And, he will tell you expressively, he loves you.

Bests, and get to corresponding,

Bruce/Greg Temple (U-School '59)

Contact  me (Margaret Olson) for Mr Michael's address and phone number (I don't put that information here on the web page).
1/9/03
Jerry McIntosh said: I taught mathematics at University School Junior/Senior High School from 1958 to 1963.
 
Faculty /  Staff List Lost Deceased Reunion Messages

Faculty and Staff
and
Widows/Widowers of Staff

who have attended reunion activities and/or for whom we have addresses

These names and other information are what we have so far for UHS staff.   This list is currently under construction using yearbooks and commencement programs and input from alumni/ae and others.  There surely are others who are not yet listed, and we have no addresses for most
If you can add to or correct this list, please email
Margaret Edmondson Olson.
Year range = earliest to latest years at UHS;  wid = widow or widower of fac/staff
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
email address
63-67
Michael
Altekruse
TX
Denton
Coach/Counselor/Social Studies
 
60 Marjorie Appleman NY Sagaponack French  
59-69
Marian  Armstrong IN Bloomington Librarian  
64-65 Nolan/Bill Armstrong IL Sycamore Social Studies/Economics  
63-65 Sabra Bahadoorsingh  
Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago
Social Studies  
63 Elizabeth Bankston TX San Antonio Foreign Languages  
65 Marjorie Barney NY Angola Mathematics  
65-68 Rita Barsun IN Bloomington Foreign Language  
68
Gregory
Baur KY
Paducah
Mathematics
 
63-67
John
Beck IL
Sycamore
Allied Arts
 
72
Donald
Bevis
IN
Bloomington
Science  
62
Alice
Beymer IN
Indianapolis
Home Ec
 
69
Barbara
Bickle PA
Barbara
Foreign Language
 
64-65
John
Biddle CA
Oroville
Mathematics
 
60
Morris
Binkley *'56*
IL
Batavia
Science
 
now
Janice
Bizzari
IN
Bloomington
Principal of University Elementary School
 
49-53 Glen Bonsett IN Jeffersonville Coach/PE/Health  
63-67
Harlan
Booher
IN
Bloomington
English
 
55
William
Boyd NY
Greenwich
Chemistry/Physical Science
 
60
Janet
Bruess NC
Raleigh
Elementary
 
63-68
Vernon
Brugger
IN
Bloomington
Audio Visual Aids
 
68-69
William
Brummett *'59* NY
Geneseo
Science/Math
 
63-64
Edward
Buffie
IN
Bloomington
Jr Hi Principal
ebuffie@indiana.edu
72
Erv
Bultman
IN
Bloomington
 
 
63
Thomas Burton GA
Athens
Special Ed?
 
65
Robert
Buser IL
Carbondale Principal, Sr High
 
71-72
Jeannine
Butler
IN
Bloomington
PE
dobutler@indiana.edu
69
Jimi
Carter Miller  *'65* IN
Lafayette
Language Arts
flickertail@iquest.net
62
Dorothy
Chaney
IN
Bloomington Office Staff
 
64
Monica
Chen NJ
Princeton
Foreign Language/Chinese
 
57-60
Nelda
Christ
IN
Bloomington
Home Ec
 
63
Barbara
Christoffersen CO
Boulder
Art?
 
71
Martha
Cochran IN
Bloomington
Mathematics
 
68-69
Edward
Collins ME
Waldoboro
Mathematics
 
58-63
Jack
Cousins
CO
Boulder
Social Studies/History
jcous123@aol.com
59-61
C Benjamin
Cox
IL
Champaign
Social Studies
 
55
Calvin
Davis IN
Greensburg
Social Studies
 
51-54 Calvin Deam OK Tulsa Social Studies/Language Arts  
67-69
Diane
Decker Sakmyster OH
Cincinnati
Science/Physics
 
56-59
Alfred
DeCoito
IN
McCordsville
Allied Arts
 
68-72
James
Diana
IN
Bloomington
Counselor
 
62
Nancy
Dobson  Grossman Anderson IN
Bloomington
English
 
71-72
Bernice
Donley VA
Chesterfield
 
 
71-
David
Ebeling
IN
Bloomington
Elementary
 
67
Jean
Erb WA
White Salmon
Spanish
 
65-72
Eldon
Faries
TX
Spring
Art
efaries@sbcglobal.net
67
Dorothy
Farris NC
Sanford
Foreign Language?
 
56-61
Patricia
Fehl
OH
Terrace Park
PE/Health
 
63
Marjorie (Susie)
Ferguson MN
Saint Paul
PE
 
53
Audrey
Fetter FL
Vero Beach
Business Ed
 
56
Elizabeth
Fiala OH
West Milton
 
 
54
Carmine
Ficocelli OH
Fairfield
Music
 
71-72
George
Fielding
IN
Bloomington
Counselor
gfielding@
(was insightbb.com - now maybe comcast.net)
71-72
Marion
Fleener Incollingo IN
Bloomington
Mathematics  
60
Jean
Flicop NV
Las Vegas
 
 
58?
Roberta
Fox Somach *'53* FL
Nokomis
Kindergarten
rsomach@comcast.net
67-69
Patricia
Fraze
PA
Morrisville
Math
 
69-72
Virginia
Friedlander Vernon IN
Bloomington
Art/Allied Arts
jinny2aug@aol.com
58-59
Benjamin
Friedrich NJ
Sayreville
Science
 
56-59 Albert Gallo IN Bloomington Coach/PE/Health/Driver Ed admin@billcbrown.com
69-71
Thomas
Giometti
NY
New Hartford
Foreign Language
 
63-64
Ann
Goby *'57*
CA
Mountain View
Foreign Language
 
47
William
Groves AZ
Phoenix
Mathematics
 
58
Edward
Haberle IL
Springfield
French/Spanish
 
51
Ann
Haller IN
Columbia City
Music
 
71
Edward
Hardie IN
Sellersburg
Science
 
71-72
James
Harvey
IN
Bloomington
Asst Principal/Jr Hi
jharve@attglobal.net
63-72
Lane
Hicks *'58*
MO
West Plains
English
hanlan@townsqr.com
71-72
Howard
Hohman FL
Estero
PE
 
67-68
William
Houser IL
Iuka
Mathematics
 
55
Gerald
Howard IL
Barrington
Art
 
67-68
Lois
Huffman IN
Indianapolis
PE
 
68
Karen
Hunsicker
NM
Las Cruces
Foreign Language  
72
Louise
Jackson TN
Germantown
 
 
69-72
Adele
Jaeger
IN
Bloomington
Foreign Language
 
67-69
Judith
Jernigan
WA
Vancouver
English  
56-57
Jean Ann
Jessup GA
Grayson
English/Journalism
 
67-68
Fred
Jewell AR
Searcy
Social Studies
 
55
Marti
Kanin IN
Indianapolis
Music?
 
67
Roberta
Kauffman OH
Willard
Music
 
60-63
Robert
Kelley
IN
Bloomington
Coach/PE/Driver Ed  
67-68
Sue Ann
Kemper IN
Madison
PE
 
57-59
Margaret
Kendall Read VA
Catlett
Business Ed
 
63
Patricia
Kight NY
Buffalo
 
 
67
David
Kinsey KY
Harned
Foreign Language
 
56
Merrill
Kissick
FL
Fort Lauderdale
Business Ed
 
68
Anganeta
Klassen Oussenko IL
Chicago
Language
 
65-72
Elliot
Koyanagi
FL
Ocala
Science
 
63
Carolyn
Kraft KY
Louisville
Counselor?
 
62
Donald
Kruse IN
Fort Wayne
Art
 
52
Betty
Kuntz IN
Bloomington
Speech & Hearing
 
 ~1970 James LaFollette IN Bloomington Physician (athletic teams)  
49-51
Barbara
Leach Kaldahl FL
Fort Myers
PE/Health
 
71-72
Richard
Lee IN
Solsberry
Foreign Language
 
62-63
Donald
Lewis IN
Bloomington
PE
 
63
Linda
Linke IL
Champaign
 
 
67-72
Betty Jo
Lloyd
IN
Bloomington
English
 
57
Eleanor
Long
TX
Dallas

 
67-71
Lawrence
Lowing
NC
Charlotte
PE
 
wid
Nikki
Luft
IN
Bloomington
(Mrs Donald)
 
67-72
George
Luginbill
WA
Gig Harbor
Science
 
68
Linda
Lynn AZ
Tucson
English
 
Faculty /  Staff List Lost Deceased Reunion Messages
71-72
Robert
Mahan
IN
Seymour
Principal HS/JHS
 
57
Milton
Marten IN
Bloomington
Elementary Supvr
 
65
Paul
Massa VA
Arlington
English/Social Studies
 
60-63
Byron
Massialas
FL
Boca Raton
Social Studies
bmassial@aol.com
61
August
Mauser FL
August
Special Ed
 
63-64
Marjean
Maxwell IN
Highland
English
 
69-72
Deniese
McDaniel Smith *'57*
IN
Bloomington
Art/Allied Arts
desmith@bloomington.in.us
67-69
Joseph
McGeehan
WA
Seattle
Social Studies
 
56-58
Winnifred
McGinnis
CA
Northridge
Music
 
52 David McIntosh IN Bloomington Music davannmci@bluemarble.net
58-63
Jerry
McIntosh
IN
Bloomington
Mathematics
mcintosh@indiana.edu
52 William McQueen IN Bloomington Music  
46-48
Edra
Meads Smiley IN
Brownstown
Music
 
71
Henry
Meredith ON,  CAN
Arva
Music
 
68-72
Judith
Merritt NC
Asheboro
Mathematics
 
65
Norva
Meyer VA
Glen Allen
Social Studies
 
56-59
Robert
Michael
NH
Manchester
English robteliz@compuserve.com
71
Valerie
Milisen Sommer *'58* IN
Bloomington
 
 
48-49 Frances Miller KY Louisville English/Library/Study Hall  
65-72
Norma
Miller IN
Bloomington
Librarian
lvmiller@indiana.edu
65-69 Patricia Miller Fraze PA Yardley Math spfraze2@msn.com
69
Robert
Morris MN
Saint Paul
Music
 
71-72
Alice
Myers
IN
Bloomington
Home Ec
 
71-72
Loretta
Neidigh
IN
Bloomington
Home Ec
 
67-72 Wayne Nichols IN Bloomington PE jnichols@mccsc.edu
67
William
Niemann MI
Edwardsburg
Social Studies
 
51-52 Eugene Oliver IL Champaign Social Studies/Language Arts
 
71-72
Larry
Olsen FL
Orlando
Science
 
49-53
Dorothy
Olson Snider MD
Chevy Chase
Elementary
 
67-69
Mary
Otten CO
Fort Collins
Counselor
 
55-57
Robert
Pabst
IN
Brazil
Dean of Boys/English
 
61-64
Carolyn
Paige
TX
Lakeway
Math/Science
 
68
David
Pankake TX
Edinburg
Asst to Director of University Schools
 
69
Donna
Perzigian OH
Cincinnati
English
 
69-72
Guy
Peters
IN
Bloomington
Mathematics
 
71
Ellen
Klingman Pettay
IN
Bloomington
English
pettay@indiana.edu
52
Robert
Pfeiffer
IN
Warsaw
English
 
68-72
Roger
Pfingston
IN
Bloomington
English
 
63
Betty
Phoenix IL
Bloomington
Elementary?
 
67
Ralph
Poehls IN
Bargersville
PE
 
61-65
Laurence (Gene)
Poorman
IN Terre Haute
Science/Physics
lpoo251057@aol.com
69
Margaret
Pounds KY
Bowling Green
Music
 
61-63
William
Prange
IN
Greensburg
Art
 
62 Pat Pudduck MI Dexter Elementary ronpudduck@gmail.com
62 Ron Pudduck MI Dexter Elementary ronpudduck@gmail.com
67
Roger
Quealy WI
Eau Claire
English
 
53-55
Marianne
Quirk IN
Bloomington
Speech & Hearing
 
57-58
Estella
Reed IN
Franklin
Library
 
68
Margaret
Riddle IN
Evansville
Guidance
 
71-72
Nelda Sue
Rimstidt IN
Bloomington
English
 
71-72
Richard
Ritz
IN
Bloomington
Foreign Language
rritz@mccsc.edu
59-67
James
Roberts
NC
Blowing Rock
Music/Band
 
69
George
Rouleau CT
Bristol
Foreign Language
 
67
Kenneth
Sarubbi IL
Roselle
PE/Health/Coach
 
59-61
Paul
Schilling
IL
Oswego
Asst Principal/Principal, Sr Hi
 
65
Eugene
Schlebecker IN
Indianapolis
Science
 
65-68
Carl
Schraibman OH
Urbana
PE
 
69
Ken
Schubert KY
Richmond
Music
 
52-53
Gayle
Scott IN
Fort Wayne
PE/Health
 
57
Nicholas
Seldon IN
Indianapolis
Science/Chemistry/Gen Sci
 
52 Charles Sembower IN Ellettsville Librarian  
47-50 Maurice Shadley IN Bloomington Music  
39-41
Roger
Shaw NJ
Moorestown
Social Studies
 
48-50
Luther
Shetler
OH
Bluffton
Math/Science
 
64-69
Nancy
Simon IN
Indianapolis
PE
 
wid Freeda
Smith IN Bloomington (Mrs Frank)  
67
Lorna
Smith IN
Schererville
 
 
65-68
Sally
Souder
MO
Webster Groves
English
ssouder@stlcc.cc.mo.us
58-72
Charles
Souers
IN
Bloomington
Science/Math
 
68
Domenic
Spera
IN
Bloomington
Music
 
54
Susan
Spriggs KS
Haysville
Home Ec
 
58
Bess
Stamatakos MI
Okemos
Mathematics
 
69-71
Dan
Stanley IN
Madison
Foreign Language
 
68
Sheila
Steinberg WA
Nordland
English
 
71
Terry
Stoermer FL
Melbourne
PE
 
62-72
Billie
Stucky
IN
Bloomington
Science
kstucky@indiana.edu
62-72
Karen
Stucky
IN
Bloomington
Elementary
kstucky@indiana.edu
60
Carl
Studer NY
Huntington
Science?
 
67-68
Boyd
Sturdevant
IN
Bloomington
Independent Studies
 
71-72
Charles
Swander
IN
Bloomington
Science
chads@chadon.com
68-71 Ron Thompson IN Smithville Counselor hopealivet@aol.com
71-72
Terry
Thompson
IN
Bloomington
PE
tthom88580@aol.com
wid
Teddie
Thurston
IN
Bloomington
(Mrs K B)  
71-72
Judith
Torvie
IN
Bloomington
PE
 
60-65
Jerry
Trinkle
KY
Owensboro
Business Ed
 
55-56
Robert
Troyer
IL
Lake Bluff
Mathematics  
71-72
Rondie
Tuck IN
Gary
Social Studies/History
 
67
John
Utz IN
Corydon
Mathematics
 
71-72
Alice
Vandersteen IL
Aurora
Mathematics
 
51-55
Robert
Vollmar
MI
Fulton
Math/Science/Bookstore mgr
 
65
Jerry
Wagenblast IN
Valparaiso
Mathematics
 
71
Terry
Walls IN
Bloomington
Art
 
71-72
Michael
Walsh IN
Bloomington
Social Studies/History
 
52-65
A. Donald
Walstrum
HI
Kailua
English/Speech
 
71
David
Warriner NV
Boulder City
Social Studies/History
 
56
Ruth
Watto CA
Fallbrook
 
 
71-72
James
Weimer IN
Solsberry
Social Studies/History
 
67
Gloria
Westfall IN
Bloomington
Librarian?
 
65
Phillip
Whitesell HI
Kailua
English
 
63
Ann
Willcutt MA
Manchester
English?Theater?
 
63-67
Robert
Willcutt
MA
Manchester
Mathematics  
62
Joseph
Willman IN
Gaston
Science
 
60-69
Lew
Wise
IN
Churubusco
Science
 
60-63
W Dean
Wolfe OH
Oberlin
Speech Therapist
 
71-72
Michael
Wood IN
Bloomington
Mathematics
mwood@mccsc.edu
64-72FrancesYoungINBloomingtonMathematics
64
Tommie
Zacharias
MS
Starkville
English
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*##* UHS student, also
 
 
 
 
 
Faculty /  Staff List Lost Deceased Reunion Messages

Information Needed

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
last known location  
69
David
Agley
 
PE
50
Frances
Aldrich
 
Elementary
71-72
Cheryl
Allen
 
Foreign Language
43
Dorothy Allen
 
 
39
Max
Allen
 
Social Studies
63
Donald
Altekruse
 
Social Studies
58
Bernard
Anderson
 
 
67-68
Linda Andrade  
Foreign Language
40
L O
Andrews
 
Dir - HS
62
Richard
Ardery
 
Library Assistant
67-68
Ann
Armstrong
 
English
64
Loretta
Atkins
 
Office staff
63
Kay
Auerbach
 
 
67
Keith
Ault
 
Chemistry/Science
72
Emily
Bagby
 
 
67
Barbara
Barnes
 
 
52-53
Bette
Barr
 
Office staff
71-72
Lora
Batchelor
 
Assistant Superintendant/Personnel
62-65
Devon
Bates
 
Social Studies/US History
72
Sue
Batts
 
 
68-69
Barbara
Baum
 
English
61
Maxine
Baumgardner
 
Office staff
47
Betty Alice
Bayfield
 
Art
56-57
Charles
Beal
 
Allied Arts / Athletic Business Mgr
64
David
Beggs
 
Assistant Principal HS
55
Elizabeth
Belford
 
Latin/English/Foreigh Language
46-47
Robert
Bell
 
Business
41
Miss
Bennett
 
Mathematics
67
Vicki
Berecz
 
 
58
Beverly
Berendsen
 
Office staff
52-55
George
Berry
 
Math/Dean of Boys/Coach
40-56
H E
Binford
 
Superintendant
63
Ganelle
Bishop
 
Business Ed
53-54
Mary Frances
Bishop
 
Language Arts/Social Studies
57-58
Robert
Blundell
 
Elementary
46-48
Esther
Boehjle
 
Elementary
60
Barbara
Boehmer
 
Art
40-52
Doris
Boettjer Stewart  
PE/Health
71-72
Paul
Borders
 
Assistant Superintendant/Instruction
56
Sandra
Bornmann
 
Office staff
53-56
Lily
Boruff
 
Custodian
64
Charlotte
Brantley
 
Music/Art
60
Jack
Breithaupt
 
 
51
Robert
Brennan
 
Music
40
Mrs
Bridges
 
Office staff
62
Gertrude
Brigham
 
PE
55-58
Norma Jean
Broaddus
 
PE/Health
57-60
Dale E
Brock
 
Superintendant of Schools
68
JoAnne
Brokaw
 
English
44
Douglass
Brown
 
Math/Dean of Boys
71-72
Janet
Brown
 
Office Staff
41
Mrs
Brown
 
Rural critic
71-72
Pamela
Brown
 
Librarian
67-68
Robert
Brown
 
Social Studies
62
Sarah
Brown
 
Elementary
58-61
Sarah
Brown
 
Cook
63
Joyce
Browning
 
Office staff
48-49
H Bruce
Brubaker
 
Math/Science
61
Laura May
Bryant
 
Custodian
60-62
Jo Ann
Buerger
 
Elementary Art
49-61
Everett
Burch
 
Custodian
63
Geneva
Burt
 
 
51
Henry
Busche
 
Music
62
Jeanne
Butcher
 
English
61
Geneva
Cain
 
Custodian
58
Andi
Caress
 
Office staff
49
Barbara
Caress
 
Office staff
49
Mark
Caress
 
Social Studies
68
Harriett
Carotenuto
Brooklyn NY?
Allied Arts
52-54
Ethellouise
Carpenter
 
Elementary
53-54
Robert
Carpenter
 
Science
65-68
Marilyn
Carter
 
Business
44-53
Martha
Carter
 
Art
71
Ruth
Catt
 
Office staff
60
Pearl
Cazee
 
Cook
56
Joe
Chamber
 
Custodian
58
Elmer
Chandler
 
Custodian
60
Loren
Chastain
 
Mathematics
71
Marian
Chatfield
 
 
50
Nancy
Cheney
 
Office staff
61-63
Marilyn
Church
 
Office staff/K-4
62
Ben
Clark
 
Foreign Language/Russian
67
David
Clark
 
IU Ed Dean
61-68
Ralph
Clarke
 
Allied Arts/Art
62
Joyce
Clingroth
 
Mathematics
58-59
Warren
Cohantz
 
Industrial Arts
53
Dorothy
Cooper
 
Office Staff
72
Sheila
Cordell
 
 
54-55
Arthur
Coss
 
Elem Supvr
58
Margaret
Cox
 
Elementary
39-41
Harold
Crabill
 
English
43
Corinne
Crogen
 
 
49-53
Raymond
Crubaugh
 
Custodian
39-43
Frances H D
Crumrine
 
Art
48-49
W N
Culmer
 
School Doctor
67
Elizabeth
Curry
 
English
67
Ann
Cutshall
 
 
39-43
C O
Dahle
 
Principal
67
Doris
Daily
 
 
65-67
Elizabeth
Darby
 
English
57-62
David
David
 
Elementary/Swim Coach
43-44
Harry
Davidson
 
Asst Principal
55
May
Dawson
 
Cook
69
Suzanne
Dawson
 
Social Studies
43
Alma
Dean
 
Elementary?
63
Linda
Deardorff
 
Office staff
54
Marie Newey
Degaard
 
Elementary
69-71
Malcolm
Deputy
 
English
51-54
Stella
Dickerman
 
Elementary Art/Music
44
Charlene
Dieterich
 
Modern Language
65
Carmen
Dixon
 
English
47-48
Ruth
Douglas
 
Art
41
Miss
Drackley
 
Elementary
63
Arlene
Dressel
 
 
51
Miss
Duffy
 
Elementary
58
L E
Dyer
 
Mathematics
71
Mary
Dyer
 
Office staff
52-53
Verna
Dyer
 
Cook
57
Freda
Dysert
 
Elementary
68-69
Elizabeth
Dzwonkoski
 
English
Faculty /  Staff List Lost Deceased Reunion Messages
58
Helen
Ehrich
 
English
45-47
L W
Ellerbrook
 
Elem Supvr
41
Miss
Elliott
 
Office staff
67
Ann
Elsner
 
English
60
Nancy
Elsworth
 
Office staff
49-52
Rhoda
Empson
 
Cook
49-53
William
Empson
 
Custodian
39-41
Alma
Engelbrecht
 
Commerce
46-53
Shirley
Engle
 
Social Studies
51-52
Ben
Ervin
 
English/Journalism/Dean of Boys
46
Carrie
Eschenbrenner
 
 
60-62
Lois
Everard
 
Business Ed
43
Carmen
Fabian
 
 
67-71
Betty
Faris
 
Business
54-57
Gene
Faris
Bloomington, IN
Coach/PE/Social Studies
68-69
Ray
Fatheree
 
Vice Principal Jr Hi
53-54
John
Fisher
Dayton OH area
Language Arts/Social Studies
67
Jane
Flanders
 
English
67
Ann
Flanigan
 
Mathematics
71-72
Judith
Fletcher
 
English
39-40
Clara
Follick
 
English/Speech
54-55
LaVelle
Fortenberry
 
Elementary
46-47
Charlotte
Foster
 
Elementary
61-62
Elizabeth
Foster
 
Office staff
40-41
Miss
Foster
 
Elementary
44-46
Jean
Fowler
 
Cafeteria
59-69
Martha
Fox
 
Music
40-41
Miss
Fraley
 
Elementary
44-48
Marcile
Franklin
 
PE/Health
65
Jeanne
Freeman
 
English
57
Robert
Freeman
 
 
56
Robert
Fuller
 
Mathematics
55-56
William
Fuller
 
Music
51-54 Carolyn Furbay Huggett Indianapolis IN Music
63
Delores
Garcia-Pinto
 
Foreign Language
62
Benjamin
Garrison
 
Social Studies
63
William
Garrison
 
 
64
Judy
Gilhooly
 
English
63-65
Patricia
Gillespie
 
Mathematics
59-61
Ellen
Gold
 
English
41
Mr
Goldenburg
 
PE
53
Bedonna
Gordon
 
Elementary
69
Barbara
Grau
 
Social Studies
46
Clinton
Green
 
 
51-52
Juanita
Green
 
Social Studies/Language Arts
64-65
Nancy
Gregory
 
PE
71-72
Thomas
Grier
 
Social Studies/History
44-56
Margaret
Griffin
 
Librarian
61-63
Janet
Groomer
 
Elementary
46-48
Harry
Gunderson
 
Industrial Arts
41
Miss
Hallagan
 
School nurse
65-68
Ruth
Hammond
 
Home Ec
41
Mrs
Han
 
PE
49
Robert
Hannam
 
Custodian
56
Eleanor
Hannemann
 
Office staff
60
Neil
Hardy
 
Physics/Chemistry
51
Mrs Horace
Harrell
 
Elementary
69
Ann
Harris
 
Mathematics
49
Fred
Harris
 
Elementary Supvr
44
J B
Harris
 
Science/Biology
64
Lois
Hattery
 
Foreign Language
65-68
Lee
Hawkins
 
Foreign Language
56
Charles
Hawthorne
 
Science
62
James
Hayes
 
English
55
Betty
Heiss
 
Art
54-55
Patricia
Hendrich
 
PE
43
Frances
Henry
 
 
54
Mrs John
Hicks
 
Home Ec
72
Larry
Hill
 
 
53-54
Ruth
Hochstettler
 
Elementary
68-72
Marjorie
Hoffer
 
Music
49
Mildred
Hooker
 
Office staff
59-61
Margaret
Hubbard
 
PE
67-68
Lois
Huffman
 
PE
55-61
Verna
Huffman
 
Cook
56-57
Catherine
Hughes
 
Latin/English
60
William
Hughes
 
Physics
57
Nancy
Hull
 
 
53-58
Robert
Hull
 
Music
54-58
Helen
Huxol
 
Elementary
51-54
Robert
Huxol
 
Industrial Arts
69
Betty
Hyneman
 
Librarian
51
Martha
Ibison
 
Math/Science
72
William
Ingle
 
 
58-61
Kurt
Irmscher
 
Cook
49
Fannie
Jackson
 
Cook
71
Janet
Jackson
 
English
55
RuthBeryl
Jarvis
 
Elementary
63
Susan
Jewett
 
 
51-52
Doris
Jones
 
Elementary
65-71
Eugene
Jones
 
Social Studies
49
Jean
Jones
 
Music
53
O L
Jones
 
Cook
71-72
Lynn
Kaiser
 
Music
51
Cecille
Kaska
 
Office staff
63
Ann
Kavanaugh
 
 
55
Dolores
Kayganich
 
Elementary
61
Nancy
Keel
 
Office staff
56-58
Evan Hugh
Kelley
 
Asst Principal
58-61
Ruby
Kerr
 
Cook
57-59
James
Keyt
 
Industial/Allied Arts
44
C L
Kingsbury
 
Music/Band/Orchestra
67
Sharon
Klurman
 
Social Studies
58
Joan
Knaub
 
English
52
Charles
Koelsche
 
Science
51
Dorothy
Kollmeier
 
Social Studies/English
47-59
Virginia
Kruse
Kansas City, MO
French/Spanish
69
Gail
Kummings
 
English
49
Hattie
Ladyman
 
Custodian
69
Helen
Larsen
 
Allied Arts
47-48
Nelson
Lehsten
 
PE
65
Charlotte
Leventhal
 
Foreigh Language
?
Mary Lou
Loftus
 
 
54
Dorthea
Looney
 
Elementary
Faculty /  Staff List Lost Deceased Reunion Messages
53
Alice
Madore
 
Elementary
57
Mary Mann  
 
46-47
Harold
Manor
 
 
60
Bettye
Marchant
 
Elementary
72
Betty
Marmor
 
 
56
David
Marsh
 
English
63-64
Virginia Marsh  
English
59
Betty
Martin
 
English
71
Nancy
Mattox
 
Science
69
Ed
Mauro
 
PE
67
Mary Ann
McBride
 
English
41-43
Mary
McCarthy
 
Librarian
57
James
McCourt
 
Mathematics
39-40
Elizabeth
McCoy
 
Nursing Ed
41
Miss
McGinnis
 
Mathematics
46
Eloise
McKnight
 
 
53-59
Bernice
McMillan
 
Custodian
49
Amy
Meadows
 
Custodian
48
Clarice
Melandez
 
Business Ed
55
R D
Meran
 
Industrial Arts
72
Betty
Mercer
 
Business
41-53
Margaret
Mercille
 
Elementary
46
Bloom
Meyer
 
 
39-47
Ruby
Michael
 
Math/Dean of Boys
60-62
Barbara
Miles
 
English
67
Dan
Miller
 
 
43
Dorothy
Miller
 
 
55
John
Miller
 
Art
54-55
Leo
Miller
 
Business Ed
39-41
Lloyd
Miller
 
Science
71-72
Marilyn
Miller
 
English
39-44
Bess
Miner
 
Music
39-41
Wallace
Miner
 
Science
44
Robert
Mitchner
 
Speech
67
Robert
Mix
 
 
43-46
Harold
Moore
 
Principal
55-61
Barbara
Morrison
 
Office staff
60
Philip
Morrison
 
Audio-Visual Director
55
Patricia
Mundorf
 
Elementary Music
50-51
Mark
Murfin
 
Admin - Elementary
51-52
Elizabeth
Murnan
 
Office staff
55
Joyes
Murphy
 
Home Ec
39-44
Charles
Murray
 
Commerce
71-72
Kathleen
Myers
 
Office Staff
55
Virginia
Myers
 
Elementary
60
Judith
Nagel
 
Elementary
71-72
Betsy
Neely
 
English
46 Mary Neill    
63
Carol
Neindorf
 
Business Ed
39-40
Marion
Nellenbogen
 
Mathematics
67
Janet
Nelson
 
English
69
Irene
Nims
 
English
40-47
Ann
Noble
 
Home Ec
67-69
Richard
Norris
 
Social Studies
48-52
Nancy
Nunnally
 
Elementary
61
Sandra
Obremskey
 
Elementary
46
Elizabeth
Ohlrogge
 
 
61
Perry
O'Rourke
 
Elementary
60-61
Frances
Osborn
 
English
55-59
Robert
Osborn
 
Social Studies/History
68-69
Karen
Ouwinga
 
Foreign Language
64
Marvin
Overmeyer
 
Social Studies
40-41
Mr
Overton
 
PE/Coach
60-65
Evangeline
Parker
 
Foreign Languages/Spanish/French
65
Vivian
Parsons
 
Foreign Language/Russian
65
Martha
Pepe
 
Foreign Language
71-72
Frank
Perkins
 
Social Studies/History
71
David
Phillips
 
Science
49-52
Sarah Ann
Phillips
 
Elementary
54
Ralph Warren
Pinkerman
 
Art
46-48
Phyllis
Plichta
 
Elementary
67-69
Norman
Potts
 
English
58-59
Edwina
Powell
 
Home Ec
43
Ralph
Prather
 
 
64-65
Kerry
Price
 
Music/Art
71-72
Lynn
Proegler
 
Foreign Language
47
M A
Purky
 
Home Ec
69
Tanya
Radebaugh
 
English
56
Joan
Raley
 
 
63
Lawrence
Read
 
Superintendant of Schools
60
Robert
Reed
 
Chemistry
58
Elsa Jane
Reichle
 
Elementary
49-61
Charles
Richardson
 
Custodian
72
Jim
Richardson
 
 
49-61
Nettie
Richardson
 
Cook
69-71
Janice
Ricks
 
Mathematics
67-72
Joanna
Riddle
 
Counselor
65
Ronald
Ridgely
 
Social Studies
44
Dorothy
Robertson
 
Journalism
72
Charles
Rodgers
 
 
58
Jean
Rogers
 
Office staff
72
Ronald
Rogers
 
 
56
Thomas
Rogers
 
Elementary Supervisor
46
Frank
Ross
 
 
39
Ralph
Ross
 
Mathematics
69
Spencer
Rotzell
 
Allied Arts
62-63
Vera
Rouse
 
Office staff
48-49
Pauline
Roush
 
Math/Science
56
Doris
Rowe
 
Custodian
72
Larry
Ruff
 
 
47-50
Ruth
Runke
 
Elementary
48
Sylvia
Rush
 
Art
39
Kate
Rutherford
 
English
Faculty /  Staff List Lost Deceased Reunion Messages
40
Miss
Sagl
 
Elementary
49
Genevieve
Sanscrainte
 
Art
61
Doris
Sarver
 
Elementary
58
Lorene
Sawyer
 
Home Ec
50
Robert
Schaerer
 
Office staff
40-43
Miss
Schemel
 
French
53-55
John
Schrodt
 
English/Journalism
72
Jim
Scorry
 
 
58
Carolyn
Seese
 
Office staff
46
Betty
Shakes
 
 
71
Adah
Shank
 
 
53/67
Charles
Sharp
 
Language Arts/Social Studies
67
William
Sharp
 
Language Arts
56
Elizabeth
Shockley
 
Home Ec
65
Riva
Shriner
 
PE
46
Edith
Shufelt
 
 
62
John
Shuman
 
Social Studies/World History
69-72
Anne
Simon
 
Business
71-72
Susan
Simpson
 
 
59
Bernice
Skievaski
 
Office staff
68
Ann
Smith
 
Mathematics
40-46
H L
Smith
 
IU Ed Dean
61
Linda
Smith
 
Office staff
43
Saidee
Smith
 
 
69
Sylvia
Smith
 
Mathematics
64
Leslie
Smylie
 
Music/Art
64-65
Dan
Sonnenberg
 
PE
48-68
Lucille
Spencer
 
Home Ec/Cafeteria
39-41
Evlyn Richey
Spray
 
English/Speech
50-54
Edgar
Stahl
 
Industrial Arts
56
Elizabeth
Stapley
 
 
55-60
Carolyn
Stebbins
 
Elementary
60
Roy
Steffens
 
Art
64
Martha
Stephens
 
Foreign Language
63
Mary Jane
Sterle
 
PE
63
Keith
Sterns
 
 
55-56
Anne
Stone
 
Office staff
64
Nancy
Stoops
 
English
55
Marian
Stover
 
Elementary
40-41
Ruth
Strickland
 
Asst Dir Elementary
39
Evelyn
Stubbs
 
French
43-44
Harriet
Stull
 
Social Studies
63
Sherry
Sullivan
 
Office Staff
49
Garneta
Swank
 
Office staff
51
Martha
Tackitt
 
Elementary
56
Doris
Taff
 
 
56
Dorathy
Taft
 
Music
43-44
Reino
Takala
 
Mathematics
71
Roberta
Taylor
 
 
54
Robert
Thomas
 
Art
46
John
Thompson
 
 
47
Mildred
Thurston
 
Elementary
64
Carol
Tinnin
 
English
62-63
Nancy
Tompkins
 
Elementary
62
Margaret
Tramke
 
Office Staff
57-58
George Ann
Trinkle
 
Elementary
71
Barbara
Trisler
 
Office Staff
40
Mr
Trisler
 
Social Science
64-65
Jan
Tucker
 
Social Studies
52-53
Jeanne
Umemura
 
Office staff
64
Walter
Ushkakow
 
Foreign Language
55
Mary
Van Meter
 
Elementary Art
48-49
Marthaellen
Van Scoyoc
 
Home Ec/Commercial/Industrial Arts
69 Bonita Vanderkalk   English
60-62
Helen
Vincent
 
Elementary
61
Katherine
Vineyard
 
Elementary
41
Miss
Vories
 
Elementary
60-61
Ralph
Wade
 
Music
69
James
Walsh
 
Social Studies
71-72
Ronald
Walton
 
Superintendant of Schools
49-53
Olive
Wampler
 
Cook
50-51
Marilyn
Wasmuth
 
Office staff
71
Paul
Watson
 
English
55-56
Kathryn
Waynick
 
Cook
49
Jean
Weir
 
Elementary
60
Kent
Welborn
 
Art
67
Doris
Wellman
 
Allied Arts
71-72
Theresa
Wellman
 
Office staff
39-46
Blanche
Wellons
 
English
56
Helen
Wells
 
English
49
Charles
Wendholt
 
Industrial/Commercial Arts
44-46
Marguerite
Westerfield
 
English
49-61
Emma
Whaley
 
Cook
60
Thelma
Whaley
 
Cook
72
Kurt
Wible
 
 
39
Lutheria
Wiegand
 
German/Librarian
48
Joyce
Williams
 
Elementary
63
Marie
Williams
 
Office staff
67
Rosalie
Williams
 
 
71-72
Jayne
Williamson
 
Social Studies/History
44
Seward
Wilshire
 
PE/Health
46-47
Gayle
Wilson
 
English
49
Ruth
Wilson
 
Industrial/Commercial Arts
41
Miss
Winter
 
PE
61
Symond
Yavener
 
Foreign Lang/Russian/French
61-63
Marilyn
Zeigler
 
Home Ec
 
Faculty /  Staff List Lost Deceased Reunion Messages

Deceased

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
death date last residence
39-54 Ruth Alexander Latin/Dean of Girls
3/1972?
 
48-55 A. Dale Allen Asst Principal  
 
41
Mr.
Allen
Social Studies
 
 
48-51
Maysel
Baker
Social Studies/English/Library
5/1981
 
39-43
Glen
Barkes
Industrial Arts
1972?
 
62-65 Donald Barr Social Studies/Dean of Boys Jr Hi 1/24/2008 Trumansburg NY
 
Angela
Beatty (see Mensing)
 
 
 
51-63
Ray
Borland
School Doctor
1/1979?
 
39
Clum
Bucher
PE
5/1985
San Diego CA
50-54
Alwyn Carder English 2/10/2002 Red Key IN
63-65+
David
Chandler
Foreign Language/Russian
late 70s
Northfield MN
63-65
Anne
Cook
Elementary/6th grade
 
 
71-72
Joseph
Cull
Asst Superintendant
3/1983?
 
51-53M VereDeVaultElementary Supervisor12/9/2010Madison WI
67-72
Loren
Donica
Social Studies/History/Coach
9/20/2003
Bloomington IN
60-72
Margot
Dowling
Foreign Language/French
10/1993
Bloomington IN
48-49
Robert
Doxtator
English/Language Arts/Library
1979?
NM?
46 Maxine Dunfee Elementary 12/10/2005 Bloomington IN
63-65 Robert Elmes English 4/29/2008 Grand Island NY
57-63
Elsie
Field
Elementary/4th grade
 
 
56-60 Earl Floyd Industrial Arts 9/28/2005 Bloomington IN
61-65
Philip
Gearheart
Art
2/19/1998
Europe?
52-54
Walter
Gingery
Math
6/1999?
 
49-65 Walter Gray Coach/PE/Driver Ed/Athletic Dir 9/10/1999 Palm Shores FL
52 Betty Greenleaf Social Studies/History 5/1979 ? IN
47-59 E Wayne Gross Science/Physics/Physical Sci abt 1958/59
 
56-63 Jane Hazelrigg Music/Orchestra 12/22/2008 New York, NY
44-58 Charlotte Henderson Business  
 
63-69
Clarice
Householder
Foreign Language
2/1995
Bloomington IN
46-61 Otto Hughes Asst Principal/Principal/Dir of U. Schools 1980s ?
 
68 Karen Hunsicker Foreign Language 10/18/2007 Las Cruces NM
61-68
William
Inskeep
Science/Chemistry
 
 
58-63
Lucy
Johnson
Elementary/1st grade
 
 
60-63 Robert Kelley Coach/PE/Driver Ed 6/07/2007 Bloomington IN
46-61 Marcella Knudsen Calvert Health/Nurse 2/22/2009 Bloomington IN
51-54JoyceKonzelmanHome Economics/Health5/11/2011Grensburg IN
53-69 Dotty Lackey PE/Dean of Girls/Vice Principal 5/1985?
 
47 Ruth Lehsten PE 3/21/1998 Ann Arbor, MI
40-43 Newell Long Music 1/4/1999 Bloomington IN
59-61
Donald
Luft
Coach/PE/Drivers Ed 6/19/2002 Indianapolis IN
55 David Maish History/Social Studies/Language Arts 12/23/2004 North Riverside IL
49-53
Dean
Malsbary
Business/Bookstore
 
 
67-72
Dennis
Martin
PE/Health/Driver Ed/Coach/Asst Principal
12/26/1995 Bloomington, IN
58-65
James
Mason
English
abt 1990
Huntington Beach CA
46-49 Mary Frances Mead Journalism 10/1949 IN
40-55
Angela
Mensing Beatty Kindergarten, 4th Grade
9/1995

52-65 Frederick V Mills Art/Coach 3/17/2008 Bloomington IL
67
Arlene
Munger
Elementary social work
3/1993?
Takoma Park MD?
47-57
Jack
Munsee
Science/Biology
10/16/1997 IN
46-67 A. Pryce Noe Math 2/1980?  
62-69 Arthur
Oestreich Dir, Division of University Schools 8/11/1993 Bloomington IN
61-65
Donald
Paige
Math & Science
1996
Carbondale, IL
60-64
Gail
Parsons
Science
 
 
43-57 Phillip Peak Math 1982?
Bloomington IN
58-63
Richard
Pell
Principal, elementary school
12/1968
Brazil IN
58-72
Robert
Pettijohn
Social Studies/History
2/1975?
 
67-72
James
Phillips
Science
 
IN > KY > NC
57-69 John
Ray
Principal/Math/Program Dir, Jr Hi Principal
 
 
47-72 Martha Jane
Risser English/History/Social Dean
1988?
 
58 Virginia Savage Elementary 9/26/2008 Bloomington IN
44-53 Virgil Schooler PE/Health/Coach 7/1973 IN
60-65
Harold
Shane
IU Education Dean
7/12/1993
 
46-72 Frank Smith Math  
 
47-69JosephineSpearEnglish6/7/2011Bloomington IN
58-67
William
Stafford
Dean of Boys/Guidance
2003 PA
46-54 Ingrid Strom English 1982?
 
43
Fritzi
Strudell
 
3/5/1979
Milwaukee WI
62-63
Marian
Swayze
Elementary K-5/Preschool
2/23/1991
Bloomington IN
39-72 Kenneth B
Thurston Social Studies 6/22/1989
 
39 Marcella Torrey   7/1983
60-61 Janice Farmer Weaver Latin/Social Studies 12/9/2009 Murray KY
71-72
Leon
Whaley
Assistant to the Superintendant
 
 
44-59 Prevo Whitaker Science 1/24997 Bloomington IN
40-57 Caroline Wildrick Elementary 11/1978 IN
58-67
Donald
Winslow
Science
 
 
61-63
Frances
Winslow
School Nurse
 
 
40-59 W. W. Wright Dir Elem Schl, IU Ed Dean 4/11/1999 Indianapolis?
 
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