Class of 1961 remembers class president with reunion scholarship

As part of its 50-year reunion, the Class of 1961 wanted to leave a gift to the University while forever memorializing a beloved classmate. Led by 1961 classmates and former roommates Linda Fowler and Linda Balthaser (shown with President Pitts, below), the planning committee knew they wanted to do something special. “We quickly narrowed our focus to something that would […]

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Winter 2012 Classnotes: 1934–1989

1930s Betty Blackwood Coen Bowman ’34 passed away on February 3, 2011. Survivors include her stepson, Nick; stepdaughters, Nancy and Anita; and several step-grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews. She was pre-ceded in death by her husbands, Dihone Coen and William Bowman, and son, J. P. Coen. She lived in Sandborn, Ind. Mary Ann Kennedy Nieman ’38 passed away on […]

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Winter 2012 Classnotes: 1991–2010

1990s Michael Larson ’91, president of Kodiak Firing Range & Training Facility Inc., has announced the opening of a new location in South Bend, Ind. Kodiak specializes in firearms and self-defense training for the general public, law enforcement, and the military. He lives in Bremen, Ind. Kecia Sell Erickson ’92 passed away July 18. Survivors include her husband, Tony; sons, […]

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Alumni garner Franchisee of the Year honors

Mike ’91 and Kelly Heffner ’92, owners of the Express Employment Professionals office in Greenwood, Indiana, have been named the 2011 Express Franchisee of the Year award winner. The employment agency employs nearly 300,000 people each year and has more than 550 offices in four countries.The Greenwood Express office received the Franchisee of the Year award for excellence and achievements […]

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Fall 2011 Classnotes: 1935-1969

1930s Bernadine Kolter Heller ’35 died June 7, 2010. She lived in Indianapolis. 1940s George Hinshaw ’40 passed away February 3. He served in the Army National Guard and U.S. Navy as a chaplain of World War II and later served several pastorates in Oklahoma, Indiana, and Arizona. He is survived by his wife, Ellen; daughter, Ruth; sons, John and […]

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Fall 2011 Classnotes: 1970-1999

1970s Shirley Ewing Stahl ’70 died January 27. Shirley was a registered nurse at Memorial Hospital in Seymour, Ind. Survivors include her husband, Ronald; son, Daniel; daughter, Rhonda; sister, Ruth; three grandchildren; and other family. She lived in Brownstown. Mary Wilson ’70 died February 22. She was employed as a teacher and counselor at the Family Counseling Center in Greenwood, […]

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Fall 2011 Classnotes: 2000-2011

Carla McNeil Schwalm ’00 spoke at the Pediatric Cancer Research Walk in Des Moines, Iowa. She is a board-certified pediatrician from Indiana University Medical School and employed as a pediatric oncologist in the Oncology Clinic at Blank Children’s Hospital in Des Moines. She and her husband, Dan, livein Johnston, Iowa. Christa Burkholder Hickson ’00 is the customer events and training […]

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Spring Classnotes: 1930 to 1969

Absalom Wilson Jr. ’33 died September 21. He taught and coached basketball, track, football, baseball, and cross country at Rome City High School. Survivors include his sons, Edwin ’57, David, and Stanley; daughter, Marilyn Simmons ’58; and 15 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. He lived in Angola, Ind. James Alley ’36 died November 11. He was a U.S. Navy chaplain and served in […]

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Spring Classnotes: 1970 to 1999

Ralph Schrage ’70 died November 9. He served in the U.S. Air Force as an accountant at the Army Finance Center. Survivors include his wife, Marilyn; son, Gary Schrage ’89; daughters, Donna Richards and Sue Gregory; several siblings; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. He lived in Indianapolis. Steven Wittenauer ’71 retired as superintendent of Benton Community School Corporation in Fowler, Ind. […]

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IBJ “Forty under 40” features two UIndy alumni

A-OK, says IBJ The Indianapolis Business Journal has named two UIndy alumni to its 2011 edition of Forty Under 40, the newspaper’s annual listing of top young professionals emerging as community leaders. Nichole Wilson ’02 ’06, director of Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine for Community Health Network, is responsible for the operation and growth of 11 outpatient therapy clinics in the […]

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