Class of 1958 

John LeBar (BSEd ’58), who holds a doctorate, published a book titled, “Marching Toward Madness: How To Save the Games You Always Loved,” about the good and the bad of big-time athletics. It also discusses players’ abilities to compete at a high level and still be able to excel academically. LeBar taught and coached for 53 years in higher education, including 47 years at Duke University before retiring in 2011.  

  

Class of 1959 

Dale Dennis (BSEd ’59, MSEd ’66, EdS ’83) was named one of two honorees for Kansan of the Year by Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas. Dennis is deputy commissioner of fiscal and administrative services for the Kansas State Department of Education. He has served students in Kansas for 52 years – first as a high school teacher, high school principal, and state school finance administrator. 

  

Class of 1967 

Bob Gelso (BSEd ’67, MSEd ’68, EdS ’77) participated in an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. thanks to Ozark Honor Flight. He visited many memorials, including World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, the Tomb of the Unknown Solider, and more. During his time in the military, Gelso served in the Central Highlands in Vietnam from 1969-70 with the 4th Infantry Division at Plae Ku and Hon Ga. After returning to the United States, he launched a 50-year career in education with stops in Shawnee Mission, Riverton, and Labette Community College, Kansas, among others. He then spent 18 years at Northeast Tech Afton Campus in Afton, Oklahoma. 

Class of 1970 

Linda Jopp Goytia (MS ’70) is in her eighth year of service on two California school boards: Campbell Union HSD and MetroEd/Silicon Valley CTE. She had a 40-year career as a teacher and intern coach and was named 2001 CUHSD Teacher of the Year and CA League of High Schools Region V Educator of the Year. She holds five awards for Excellence in Education from SJSU and received a 2004 Fulbright Memorial Fund Scholarship to study education in Japan. 

  

Class of 1974 

Alan Spencer (BST ’74, BSEd ’75) was recognized as part of the 2019 Missouri Elite 11, which honors former high school and college standouts, as well as those who made a positive contribution to the game of football in the state of Missouri. During his time at PSU, Spencer was a four-sport athlete – participating in football, basketball, baseball, and track. 

  

Class of 1982  

Jackie Hall (BSEd ’82, MSEd ’89) was awarded gold level, the highest award, for facilitating and promoting quality 

 

physical education at West Bourbon Elementary in Uniontown, Kansas, by the Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.  Jackie has taught at the school for 38 years. 

  

  

Phyllis Webster (BA ’82) was appointed by Kansas Governor Laura Kelly as magistrate judge to the 13th Judicial District. The district includes Butler, Elk, and Greenwood counties in Kansas. Webster has spent the last five years as an assistant Butler County attorney. 

  

Class of 1983 

Mark Braun (BA ’83) retired from Shawnee County District Court in Topeka, Kan., after 13 years as Judge and 33 years as a legal professional. Braun also served three terms on the Board of Education for Topeka Unified School District 501. 

  

Mark Johnson (BBA ’83, MS ’87, EdS ’89), who holds a doctorate, published a book called “Powerful Presentations That Connect,” to help people overcome their fear of public speaking and ensure the audience remembers the speaker’s message. 

  

David Osborne (MM ’83) is a famous pianist at the Bellagio’s Petrossian Bar & Lounge in Las Vegas, also known as the “Pianist to the Presidents.” Osborne played 65 events over the years for many United States Presidents, including Presidents Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama. He has a particularly distinct history with former President Jimmy Carter and former First Lady Rosalynn Carter. They first met in 1988 and have sustained a lasting friendship. Osborne played at the couple’s dual-birthday party last fall. 

  

Class of 1986 

Sam Pittman (BSEd ’86) named Arkansas Razorbacks head football coach. He played defensive end for Gorilla Football, where he was a first-team NAIA All-American, twice earned all-conference recognition and was a member of the 1981 national runner-up team and was inducted into the PSU Athletics Hall of Fame in 1998. He most recently coached for the University of Georgia as associate head coach and offensive line coach for the Bulldogs. He has coached at seven different Power 5 schools during his 32-year coaching career, including Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Kansas. 

  

Class of 1987  

Michael Ehling (MS ’87) was appointed new executive administrator for the Crawford County Mental Health Center by the Crawford County Commission in Pittsburg. Ehling has been with the Crawford County Mental Health Center for more than 30 years. He most recently served as the mental health director. 

  

Class of 1989 

Shelly Kiblinger (BSEd ’89, MS ’97) was appointed to the Kansas Board of Regents by Governor Laura Kelly. She was one of three new appointments and will serve four years on the board. Kiblinger also serves as Superintendent for Cherryvale USD 447 in Cherryvale, Kansas. 

Class of 1991 

Gina Pinamonti (BA ’91) received the Kaye Lynne Webb Influential Woman in Business Award from the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce. After graduating from PSU, Pinamonti pursued her doctor of dental surgery degree from University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry in 1996. In 1998, she opened Pinamonti Orthodontics in Pittsburg and continues to serve the community today. She has served in a variety of leadership and community volunteer roles. She chaired the 2019 Kansas Mission of Mercy event in Pittsburg, a massive undertaking which provided 743 patients with over $1.1 million in donated dental care. 

  

Class of 1993 

Shelly Rowden Tarter (BSEd ’93, MS ’97) was named virtual and alternative learning administrator of Joplin Schools in Joplin, Missouri. Tarter has served the school district since 2000 as a teacher, instructional coach, educational technology specialist, and a district-wide technology trainer. 

  

Class of 1995  

Chris Hanna (BS ’95) was recognized by Missouri Sports Hall of Fame as one of the Elite 11, which honors former high school and college standouts, as well as those who made positive contributions to Missouri football. During his career at PSU, he was voted Most Outstanding Freshman in 1990, helped the Gorillas win the 1991 NCAA D-II national championship and steered the team back to the national championship game in 1992. By the time he graduated, he earned an NCAA D-II All-American honor (1992) and four All-MIAA selections. 

  

Class of 1996   

Arvind Bhatia (MBA ’95) was named vice president of investor relations for At Home Group Inc. in Plano, Texas. This is a newly created role. Responsibilities include overseeing the company’s outreach with the investment community and reporting to the chief financial officer. Bhatia most recently worked for Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, Inc., where he led all aspects of the company’s investor relations functions as Senior Director of Investor Relations. 

  

John Lair (BS ’96) received the Presidential 

Lifetime Achievement Award for logging more than 10,000 hours over the last 25 years for Special Olympics Kansas. He has now received bronze, silver, and gold presidential medals and a congratulatory letter from President Donald Trump. Lair is the President and CEO of Special Olympics Kansas. 

  

Class of 1997 

Ami Koelliker (BSN ’97) completed her doctor of nursing practice degree and is now working as an adult-gerontology nurse practitioner at Meritas Health Cardiology in Kansas City, Missouri. 

  

Class of 1998 

Nathan Cox (BBA ’98) was promoted to vice president of sales at Midwest Employers Casualty in Chesterfield, Missouri. Cox is now responsible for revenue, sales growth and market penetration and will lead the sales team in growing sales revenues while meeting or exceeding profitability and budgetary objectives. He has been with the company since 2002. 

  

Cory Gibson, Ed.D. (BSEd ’98, MSEd ’02, EdS ’09), was selected as Kansas 2020 Superintendent of the Year by the Kansas School Superintendents’ Association. Gibson serves as superintendent at Valley Center USD 262 in Valley Center, Kansas. He started his administrative career in 2002 as a principal in Miami, Oklahoma, before moving to Pittsburg where he served as a principal and assistant superintendent. In 2010, he moved to Halstead as the superintendent before joining Valley Center in 2012. 

  

Robert Goltra III, Ed.D. (BSEd ’98, MSEd ’02) successfully defended his doctoral dissertation. His research focus was on college student retention characteristics, models, and programs for underrepresented and underserved college student populations. He graduated from Lindenwood University with the degree of Doctor of Education and as a member of the Alpha Chi National College Honor Society. Goltra has served in education as a K-12 teacher and administrator, and also in higher education as dean and vice president of student affairs. 

  

LTC David Oakley (BA ’98) was awarded the 2020 Sidney D. Drell Academic Award by the Intelligence and National Security Alliance. The award was established in 2010 to recognize early achievers, as well as mentors who inspire these future leaders. The INSA Achievement Awards celebrate excellence in the intelligence, homeland security, and national security communities. The Drell Academic Award recognizes the accomplishments of early and mid-career academic professionals working on intelligence, defense, and homeland security issues. 

  

Class of 1999 

Chris Collins (BA ’99, BBA ’03) named first permanent superintendent for Sainte Genevieve National Historic Park in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, which is in the process of establishing as a unit of the National Park System. Previously, Collins was the chief of business and commercial services at Indiana Dunes National Park in northern Indiana, providing leadership to a group of administrative professionals assisting multiple national parks in the Midwest. He is a 16-year veteran of the National Park Service. 

  

Class of 2000 

Tony Kasten (BBA ’00, MBA ’01) was elected chief financial officer and secretary-treasurer by Monarch Cement Company in Humbolt, Kansas. Kasten has worked at Monarch Cement Company since 2002. 

  

Amber Toth (BSEd ’00) was named principal at Fort Scott High School in Fort Scott, Kansas. She served as assistant principal for one year prior and has 18 years of education experience. 

  

Class of 2003  

Anahi Gonzalez (BS ’03) was named a sage of clinical services by UnitedHealthcare Group. This award represents the best of the best – celebrated for consistently demonstrating exemplary performance, professionalism, teamwork, and a clear commitment to improving health outcomes and health care delivery in the community. Gonzalez is a licensed baccalaureate social worker and serves as a care coordinator for UnitedHealthcare Clinical Services. 

Class of 2005 

Lee Farmer (BS ’05, MS ’09) was hired as the recreation superintendent for the City of Fayetteville’s Parks and Recreation Department in Arkansas. Farmer will oversee staff who are responsible for programming and events. He is active in the Arkansas Recreation and Parks Association and is currently the president-elect. He is certified by the National Recreation and Parks Association as a parks and recreational professional and is also a certified aquatics facility operator. 

  

Amber Shaverdi Huston (BA ’05) was named executive director for the National Association for Campus Activities. She is the first female in the role in the association’s 60-year history. She most recently served as chief operations officer of Delta Sigma Phi National Fraternity & Foundation. 

  

Class of 2006 

Michael Allgood (BBA ’06, MBA ’07) was promoted to interim vice president for fiscal affairs at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami, Oklahoma. Allgood served as the assistant vice president for fiscal affairs/controller for the previous six years. 

  

Brett Pettibon (BSEd ’06) joined the Nevada R-5 Middle School football coaching staff in Nevada, Missouri. Pettibon spent the past 13 years at Lamar High School in Lamar, Missouri, as an assistant coach for the seven-time state champions football program. He also served as the girls’ track and field coach in Lamar. 

ss of 2007  

Dr. Mark Brown (BS ’07) was awarded the Fellowship of the American College of Emergency Physicians at the Presidents Awards Reception for the ACOEP conference in Denver, Colorado. Brown is an Emergency Physician at Freeman Health System in Joplin, Missouri, and lives in Carl Junction, Missouri, with his wife Melinda (BBA in Marketing ‘96) and their children, Zakory (current PSU student studying Communication with an emphasis in Media Production), Maggie, and Ashdyn Brown. 

  

Class of 2010 

Antonio Graham (BSEd ’10) was named defensive coordinator for Rams Football at Owasso High School in Owasso, Oklahoma. He most recently served as associate head coach since joining the school district in 2017. Antonio played football for the Gorillas during his time at PSU. 

  

Class of 2011 

Doug Logan (MA ’11) was named 2019 Kentucky History Teacher of the Year. The award is presented annually by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History to honor exceptional history teachers in grades K-12. Logan teaches at Cooper High School in Union, Kentucky. In addition to a $1,000 honorarium, the school received history books and Gilder Lehrman educational materials. He was also recognized during the Kentucky History Awards Ceremony.  

  

Class of 2013  

Bo Graham (BGS ’13, MA ’19) was hired as the Fort Scott High School Student Success Center teacher in Fort Scott, Kansas. He brings 15 years of education experience with him to this position. 

Class of 2014 

Dr. Dustin Bonzo (BS ’14) started his first year of residency in August at the University of Kansas School of Medicine – Wichita Family Medicine Residency Program at Smoky Hill-Salina in Salina, Kansas. 

  

Class of 2015 

Megan Meyer (BST ’15) was named the first female in history to win a World Championship in the National Hot Rod Association Top Alcohol Dragster. She is only the fourth woman to win the entire Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series. Meyer holds the record for the fastest Pro-Sportsman female in 1/4 mile: 5.11 seconds at 285 MPH. She is the Winningest Pro-Sportsman female driver in the NHRA. 

  

Devin Tally (BBA ’15) was named staff accountant for the City of Fort Scott in Fort Scott, Kansas. His duties now include payroll, accounts receivable, assisting with budgets, bank reconciliation, sales tax, and more. Tally worked at Wise Tax and Accounting for the last four years. 

  

Class of 2016  

Ryan Schulteis (BBA ’16) was named one of Ingram’s 2019 20 in Their Twenties in the Kansas City area. Schulteis is a brokerage associate at Reece Commercial Real Estate and has been involved in deals worth more than $14.5 million – more than double the $5.8 million in sales/lease transactions he was involved with in 2018. This is his fourth year with Reece Commercial Real Estate. 

  

Class of 2017 

Sam Galliart (BST ’17, MST ’19) was awarded honorable mention for his woodworking submission called “Stuffed Sapele” at Freshwood Student Design Competition during the AWFS Fair in Las Vegas. This global competition showcases woodworking design and work of young professionals.   

 

Class of 2018 

Emily Gallup (BA ’18) was crowned Miss U.S. United in July 2019. The U.S. United pageant system has a national platform of breast cancer awareness and education – a cause close to her heart after several loved ones have fought this disease. U.S. United also encourages women to promote their own personal platform. Gallup promotes Giving Hope Foundation: A Campaign for Suicide Prevention. 

  

  

Paula Hough (MSEd ’18) was selected as executive director of teaching and learning at Manhattan-Ogden USD 383 in Manhattan, Kansas. She was the previous director of curriculum and instruction at USD 336 in Holton, Kansas. 

  

  

Ethan Spurling (BA ’18) was selected by the Kansas Department of Revenue as Legislative Liaison. Spurling joined the department after serving as operations and scheduling coordinator in Gov. Laura Kelly’s office. 

  

  

Misty Vyhlidal (BSN ’18) was appointed as administrator for Carrington Place Assisted Living and The Cottages at Carrington Place in Pittsburg. 

  

Class of 2019 

Zach Spahr (BST ’19) was awarded second place overall for his woodworking submission called “Coupe De Ville” at Freshwood Student Design Competition during the AWFS Fair in Las Vegas. This global competition showcases woodworking design and work of young professionals. 

In Memory 

  

Deaths are listed based on information received from families or reported in local newspapers. They are listed by graduation or attendance date. 

  

  

1937 

Genevieve Cramer, Hutchinson, Kan. 

  

1942 

Adelia M. Clark, Baxter Springs, Kan. 

  

1943 

Earl A. Perry, Reno, Nev. 

  

1944 

Glenn W. Hardy, Fayetteville, Ark. 

Martha H. Mackin, Madison, Wis. 

  

1946 

Esther L. Jones, Brookville, Ohio 

  

1947 

Mimi Collar, Enid, Okla. 

Annie Hall, Emporia, Kan.  

Philip S. Norman, Baldwin, Md. 

  

1948 

Gladys C. Mabary, Fenton, Mo. 

Robert J. Stine, Bartlesville, Okla. 

  

1949 

Gerald E. Ransbottom, Grove, Okla. 

William M. Stephens, Kent, Ohio  

Rosalie M. Stewart, Port Hueneme, Calif. 

Patricia A. Stuckey, Junction City, Kan. 

  

1950 

Harold D. Burch, Saint Paul, Minn. 

Geraldine K. Hopkins, Columbus, Kan. Virgil E. Jameson, Monett, Mo. 

Robert G. Russell, Joplin, Mo. 

Pauline Steele, Bronaugh, Mo. 

Glen E. Watt, Frontenac, Kan. 

James A. Wilson, Parsons, Kan. 

  

1951 

Kenneth D. Mendenhall, Hutchinson, Kan. 

Louise Mendenhall, Hutchinson, Kan. 

Donald E. Overman, Scottsbluff, Neb. 

  

1952 

Domenic Poretta, Leawood, Kan. 

  

1953 

Bill M. Taylor, Flora, Miss. 

Dr. Charleen McClanahan Varner,  

   Carl Junction, Mo. 

Geneva E. Zilliox, Webb City, Mo. 

  

1954 

Robert J. Smith, Dallas, Texas 

Robert W. Tompkins, Lenexa, Kan. 

  

1955 

Catherine J Curry, Saint Louis, Mo. 

Bill R. Spencer, Lenexa, Kan. 

Martha M. Wakugawa, Honolulu, Hawaii 

  

1956 

Robert Curry, Saint Louis, Mo. 

Jim Hoisington, Oronogo, Mo. 

Milton E. Kirkpatrick,  

   San Clemente, Calif. 

Delanne Willis, Springfield, Va.  

Marilyn S. Yocum, Higginsville, Mo. 

  

1957 

James B. Hill, Blue Springs, Mo. 

Ronald L. Panizzi, Haysville, Kan. 

Janet Gayle Strukel, Topeka, Kan. 

Rod P. Wilson, Bartlesville, Okla. 

  

1958 

Reba A. Enke, Greenwood, Mo. 

Dale C. Farmer, Camden Wyoming, Del. 

Richard E. Haines, Sierra Vista, Ariz. 

Walter M. Holmes, Topeka, Kan. 

Hillis R. Krokstrom, Jr., Chanute, Kan. Glenn D. Wilson, Joplin, Mo. 

  

1959 

Joseph F. Cicero, Tucson, Ariz. 

Charles W. Gentner, Wilmington, N.C. 

Ralph E. Handley, Fenton, Mich.  

Nora L. Loewe, Lamar, Mo. 

Lawrence W. McGovern, Andover, Kan. 

Robert L. Rice, Fort Smith, Ark. 

  

1960 

Vera M. Aronhalt, Maryville, Ill.  

Raymond K. Baker, Kansas City, Kan. 

Bobby E. Brillhart, Downs, Kan. 

Donald R. Holt, Springfield, Mo. 

Rowena M. Kruger, Las Vegas, Nev.  

Paul E. Schleicher, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Bob L. Vavra, Mountain Home, Ark. 

  

1961 

Victor L Baldwin, Monmouth, Ore. 

Donald D. Blythe, Winchester, Ky. 

Robert L. Lundblad, Kansas City, Kan. 

Edgar L. Webb, Wichita, Kan. 

  

1962 

Alan C. Crawford, Baxter Springs, Kan. 

Fred J. Miller, Paola, Kan. 

  

1963 

Arno L. Ponder, Maumelle, Ark. 

Walter Revey, Jr., Spring Hill, Kan. 

Donald L. Wilmoth, Iola, Kan. 

  

1964 

Frank V. Alderman, Parsons, Kan. 

Ronald R. Barlow, Skokie, Ill. 

David D. Darrow, Woodstown, N.J. 

Ruby M. Dehart, Joplin, Mo.  

George B. Engle, New Brockton, Ala. 

Merle E. Mintz, Derby, Kan. 

  

1965 

Patrick E. Campbell, Dayton, Ohio 

Joseph E. George, Girard, Kan. 

Jerry L. Jinks, Normal, Ill. 

Theodore E. Snider, Cache, Okla. 

  

1966 

Margaret H. Burns, Lockwood, Mo.  

Terri L. French, Weston, Mo.  

Irma M. Hawley, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Raymond G. Hudson, Oronogo, Mo. 

  

1967 

William H. Baker III, Findlay, Ohio 

Margery A. Henley, Lee’s Summit, Mo. 

Melvin Williams, Galveston, Texas 

Ellen Wolf, Tucson, Ariz.  

Jim G. Wolf, Flagstaff, Ariz. 

  

1968 

Kenneth J. Brady, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Robert L. Fleming, Wichita, Kan. 

Michael R. Spurgeon, Raymore, Mo. 

Fred D. Steinmetz, Lenexa, Kan. 

Homer J. Watson, Schertz, Texas 

  

1969 

Susie Bandy, Baxter Springs, Kan.  

Winifred K. Cullers, Joplin, Mo. 

James F. Daniels, Republic, Mo. 

Bruce D. Parmelee, Maryville, Mo. 

Ronald L. Powlus, Berwick, Pa.  

Judith M. Roberts, Pryor, Okla. 

  

1970 

David E. Ash, Salina, Kan.  

Ronald D. Brown, Fort Scott, Kan. 

Richard R. Culbertson, Lee’s Summit, Mo. 

Dennis K. Harris, Blue Mound, Kan. 

Donald J. Rohrbaugh, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Ted H. Vollweider, South Hutchinson, Kan. 

  

1971 

Edwin D. Disney, Broken Arrow, Okla. 

Stephen W. McClain, Wichita, Kan. 

James T. Ramsey, Linn, Kan. 

Bobby D. Roberts, Prescott, Kan. 

George T. Tollefson, Lenexa, Kan. 

Elizabeth C. Vincent, Loveland, Colo. 

  

1972 

Robert M. Johnson, Fort Scott, Kan.  

Robert L. Offutt, Reeds Spring, Mo. 

  

1973 

Gerald L. Cooksey, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Sharon L. Grommet, Parsons, Kan. 

  

1974 

Merle Duncan, Baldwin City, Kan. 

Kenneth R. Holt, Uniontown, Kan.  

Raymond L. Judkins, Miami, Okla. 

Joe W. McBride, Sedalia, Mo. 

Roy M. Moore, Lenexa, Kan. 

  

1975 

Pam S. Arbuckle, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Michael L. Brundage, Wichita, Kan. 

Gerald L. Hoover, Jenks, Okla.  

Steven E. Rexer, Topeka, Kan. 

Joyce E. Shipman, Girard, Kan. 

Eric D. Yarnell, Overland Park, Kan. 

  

1976 

Stephen R. Darnell, Columbia, Mo. 

Dennis A. Hartman, Fort Scott, Kan. 

Wanda L. Ladage, Parsons, Kan. 

Allen D. Walter, Riddle, Ore. 

  

1977 

Connie D. Engle, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Mike E. Sturgis, Joplin, Mo. 

  

1978 

Paul G. Elsasser, Weir, Kan. 

Jay E. Shearhart, Coffeyville, Kan. 

Laura M. Traul, Osawatomie, Kan. 

  

1979 

Robert S. Brant, Sublimity, Ore.  

Jean Isaac, Overland Park, Kan. 

Christen E. Medlin, Joplin, Mo. 

Dale A. Swift, Colony, Kan. 

  

1980 

John W. Robbins, Sioux Falls, S.D. 

  

1981 

Sheila D. Price, La Cygne, Kan. 

  

1982 

Wanda J. Adams, Joplin, Mo  

Cathy Coomer, Tulsa, Okla. 

Nila I. Dickason, Humboldt, Kan. 

Brenda Stricklin Engleman, Weir, Kan. 

  

1983 

Aubrey P. Anglen, Livingston, Texas 

Bart L. Carnoali, Glenwood Springs, Colo. 

Anita M. McColm, Columbus, Kan. 

  

1984 

Annette E. Schreppel, Dewey, Okla.  

  

1985 

Patricia A. Blevins, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Kathy L. Hadley, Wichita, Kan. 

Kirk A. Phillips, Humboldt, Kan. 

  

1986 

Larry J. Beck, Mount Vernon, Mo. 

  

1987 

Christopher L. Cook, Port Richey, Fla. 

 

1988 

Don K. Hill, Kansas City, Kan. 

Lorinda J. Mosteller, Coffeyville, Kan. 

  

1989 

Jeannie C. Widner, La Cygne, Kan. 

  

1991 

Marilyn S. Grotheer, Smithfield, N.C. 

Marie M. Putnam, Carbondale, Kan. 

  

1992  

Louis E. Bruce, Lyons, Kan.  

Cynthia D. Ray, McCune, Kan. 

  

1993 

Terrell J. Bates, Sedalia, Mo. 

Jeff A. Kennedy, Galena, Kan. 

  

1994 

Gayle A. Newton, Miami, Okla.  

Susan E. Peck, Topeka, Kan. 

  

1995 

Kristie J. Cleaver, Shawnee, Kan. 

Debra J. Evensvold, Coffeyville, Kan. 

Carol A. Grotheer, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Jeff M. Switlik, Pittsburg, Kan. 

  

1996 

Spence E. Rigdon, Bartlesville, Okla. 

  

1999 

Scott A. McKenna, Shawnee, Kan. 

  

2000 

Barbara J. Arnold, Columbia, Md. 

  

2004 

Kelly J. Hensley, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Scott A. Souders, Chetopa, Kan. 

  

2007 

Rivelian Rivai, Walnut Creek, Calif. 

  

In Memory   

Pittsburg State faculty and staff: 

Barry Bengsten,*  Pittsburg, Kan. 

Kelly Borden, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Paul Carlson,*  Pittsburg, Kan. 

William Duffy, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Joan Hunter, Raymore, Mo. 

Harry Krug, Jr.,*  Pittsburg, Kan. 

Mary Jo Litten,*  Nevada, Mo. 

Nancy Margrave, Joplin, Mo. 

Carolann Martin,*  Pittsburg, Kan. 

Ron Morgan,*  Weir, Kan. 

William Pfannenstiel, Pittsburg, Kan. 

William Spence, Wilmington, NC 

Jim Thomas, Jr., Pittsburg, Kan. 

* PSU alumni