Class Notes are compiled by Betsy Holmquist ’67, M.A. ’83. Submit news to the UM Alumni Association, Brantly Hall, Missoula, MT 59812. You may fax your news to (406) 243-4467 or e-mail it to email@example.com. Material in this issue reached our office by June 1, 2002. Please contact UMAA with all name and address updates at the above address or phone 1-877-UM-ALUMS.
The Intercollegiate Knights are looking for alumni of their Bear Paw Chapter, founded on UM’s campus in 1922. IK alums are asked to contact James Williams, former National Executive Secretary, at 504 N. 7th St., Temple, Texas 76501; phone (254) 771-2577; or visit the IK Alum web site: http://inman.surnameweb.org/IK/index.html
George J. “Bud” Grover ’30 and Hazel Mumm Grover ’30 moved from Hamilton to La Grande, Ore., in November 1999. “Now at 95 and 94,” Hazel writes, “we’re still in our own home. Our son, C. Joseph Grover ’63, is an oral surgeon in La Grande.”
Donald K. Vaupel ’38, Havre, was recognized at the 2002 Montana Pharmacy Association convention as the oldest registered pharmacist practicing in Montana. In honor and thanks to Don, the convention was dedicated to him. The Bowl of Hygeia Award was presented to Frank F. Orlando ’48, co-owner for more than 50 years with Don, of Don’s Pharmacy in Harlem. Frank is Don’s fourth former employee to receive this national pharmacy awardfor community service.
C. Louise Jarussi Cross ’41, Glendive, received a Trustees Award from the Montana Historical Society in October 2001. Louise was honored for her decades of leading “the eastern Montana effort to gather, preserve and interpret the Montana story.” An addition completed in 2001 to Glendive’s Frontier Gateway Museum was named the Louise Cross Room in honor of its curator. Louise writes, “My years at UM were fine ones, and I feel that they gave me the tools to have a full and varied life. Three of my six children are graduates of the University—Melvin ’70, Justin ’83 and Mark ’83. All are successful.”
John R. Hallowell ’42, Longmont, Colo., attended his 60th class reunion in May. In a letter thanking the Alumni Association, Jack describes his legacy to the state of Montana. He writes, “As state advertising director promoting tourism in 1961, I approached Bud Guthrie in Choteau about using his book title ‘The Big Sky’ as the theme for that year’s advertising campaign. ‘Go ahead,’ he said. So we did. Forty-one years later we still are Big Sky Country and we still have a Big Sky Conference.” Jack adds, “A good many years ago the Washington Post ran a story about ‘Texas, Land of the Big Sky.’ Longtime friend Jim Patten corrected that with a letter to the editor published in a later issue of the Post. ‘Montana is the Land of the Big Sky,’ Patten wrote. ‘Texas has medium sky.’”
Margery D. Eliason ’51, a retired Billings school teacher and counselor, now teaches and facilitates for the Parenting Program at the Montana State Women’s Prison. “The prison currently serves 90 women,” Margery writes. “With its new addition it will serve more than 200.”
Jack E. Coster ’58 retired two years ago after 20 years at West Virginia University. At that time he was associate director of the W.V. Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station. “I recently did some forestry and agriculture-related work in northern Mongolia for the Christian and Missionary Alliance,” Jack writes from Morgantown, W.V.
Joseph F. Govednik ’60, Orinda, Calif., received an alumni sweatshirt for identifying the recipients of the Order of the Grizzly Award pictured in the spring Montanan: James R. Browning, J.D. ’41; George H. Boldt ’25, J.D. ’26, (whose son, George, provided the photo); Carroll O’Connor, M.A. ’56; and William M. Allen ’22. Joe attended the award ceremony at Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco in 1973 where the photo was taken. In his contest-winning letter, Joe mentions another famous photo of Judge Browning, now a resident of Mill Valley, Calif.: “He was serving as Clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court when he had the honor of holding the Bible while JFK was sworn in as president in 1961.”
Thomas G. Turner, M.F.A. ’60, pianist and composer, retired after more than 30 years teaching on music faculties at major state universities. A resident of Matthews, N.C., Thomas has performed in London’s Wigmore Hall, New York’s Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Toronto’s St. Lawrence Center.
Carl H. Cain ’62 and Christine Holliday were married March 9th. Carl is a civil engineer for the U.S. Forest Service Regional Office in Missoula.
Louise Synder Krumm ’66 retired from Georgetown University where she had worked for 27 years, most recently as director of the Intensive English Program, to become Peace Corps Country Director in Togo, West Africa. Louise and her husband, Donald M. Krumm ’65, moved to Africa in April, where Don works on humanitarian and post conflict transition concerns for the U.S. Agency for International Development, Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance. “A real stretch,” Louise writes, about their life change. “But that’s about my one piece of advice for aging. Keep stretching!”
John W. Ross ’66, J.D. ’69, and his twin daughters, Elizabeth and Hillary, drove from Billings to Sacramento to watch the Grizzlies play Oregon in the NCAA basketball tournament. “The UM band and Monte put on a real show,” John writes. “Some USC fans asked Elizabeth and Hillary if our bear was always that entertaining. Again, it was one of those times we were proud and happy to be Grizzlies and University of Montana alumni.”
Berma M. Saxton ’66, Helena, is a retired English teacher and part-time employee of MHA, an association of Montana Health Care Providers. Berma edited “Senior Reflections: Montana’s Unclaimed Treasure,” an anthology of memoirs and poetry from residents in Montana’s assisted-living and extended-care facilities.
Sally Berg Daer, M.Ed. ’68, received the Maryfrances Shreeve Award for Teaching Excellence at the 13th annual UM Education Reception in February. A fourth-grade teacher now at Missoula’s Paxson School, Sally was honored for 37 years of dedication, effectiveness and zest for teaching. The award was presented by Jean’ne M. Shreeve ’53, Ph.D. ’82, daughter of Maryfrances Shreeve ’57, M.Ed.’ 63, who died in March 1998.
Donald A. Gatzke, M.Ed. ’68, Kalispell, is the new district governor for Montana’s Rotary Clubs. A member of Rotary since 1975, Don is also a director for Rotary’s Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park Association. He and his wife, Mary Jewell Gatzke, ’71, ’72, M.Ed. ’86, are emeriti members of the UMAA’s House of Delegates.
James R. Rolando ’68, Missoula, retired after a 31-year career with the State of Montana. He and his wife, Martina, are building a new home outside Missoula at Rock Creek.
Melvin L. Cross ’70, a member of the economics faculty at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, was a visiting faculty member at the University of Sydney, Australia, for six months earlier this year. His wife, Carmelita, and sons, Nathan and Thomas, accompanied him to Sydney.
Gerald L. Hunter, M.Ed. ’70, retired in June 2001, from Mount Baker School District in Washington, after a career in public education that began in 1963 with teaching science in Hingham. The Hunters moved to Washington in 1972 where Jerry served as superintendent in three districts. In 2001 he received Western Washington University’s Award for Professional Excellence. Jerry and his wife, Jan, reside in rural Whatcom County east of Bellingham. He credits Dr. Linus Carleton with being a great advisor and superb educator.
Russell T. Graham ’72, a research scientist for the U.S. Forest Service in Moscow, Idaho, received the 2002 Celebration of Natural Resources Award from the University of Idaho College of Natural Resources. Russell earned his masters and doctorate degrees from UI and was honored for making significant contributions to integrated natural resource management.
John M. Hanley, M.A. ’72, chair of the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, received that university’s 2001 Distinguished Service Award. Mick was honored for his administrative abilities, enthusiasm, research, professional involvement and service. A faculty member at WMU since 1980, he is an authority on stuttering and fluency disorders in children.
Thomas H. Pelletier ’76 owns and manages Missoula’s Glacier Gallery and Custom Framing Shop. The gallery specializes in Montana, western and wildlife art; books, gifts and framing; and Lewis and Clark’s experiences in Montana.
Garry South ’76, Los Angeles, was featured in a March 18, Newsweek profile. Tagged a “cheerfully Machiavellian shark,” a, “one-man brain trust,” and a, “consultant more colorfully quotable than the candidate.” Gary is directing the re-election campaign of California Governor Gray Davis. “Keep up the good work,” Gary writes. “ I enjoy staying abreast of the exploits of former classmates through Class Notes.”
Bruce R. Shinn ’77, a master craftsman and artist from Plains, was featured in a February HGTV “Modern Masters” program. The segment focused on Bruce’s custom-designed kitchen appliance panels, crafted from birdseye maple and kawazinga (figured bubinga) with ebony inlay. Bruce also is a private forestry consultant specializing in landowner assistance.
Thomas R. Lincoln, M.A. ’79, is a federal preservation officer for the Bureau of Reclamation. Tom oversees and develops policy on archeology, history, museum property, paleontology, heritage education and Native American issues. He and his wife, Theresa, and son, Jackson, live in Evergreen, Colo.
Karyl Neuwerth Goldsmith ’80, an 18-year teaching veteran in Sedona, Ariz., was chosen teacher of the year, won first place in a statewide teachers’ poetry contest and was published in “Bearing Witness,” a poetry anthology. Karyl teaches humanities, senior literature and advanced placement English at Sedona Red Rock High School. Daniel Goldsmith ’80 is a family practice physician in Sedona and a mentor for the University of Arizona in Tucson, training medical students in rural family practice. “We both miss Montana very much,” Karyl writes, “but the weather IS lovely in Sedona.” The Goldsmiths have two high school-aged children, Hannah and Ben.
Robert C. Nylund ’80 and Sandra J. Nylund ’97 reside near Ulm and work for Benefis Healthcare in Great Falls. Sandy is a program coordinator for the neuro-science department and Rob is a biomedical electronics technician. Their daughter, Annie, is a recent grad of MSU’s School of Nursing; their son, Clay, plans to enroll at UM this fall.
Marvin R. Ventrell ’82, J.D. ’85, Littleton, Colo., received the American Bar Association’s 2002 Child Advocacy Award for his service to abused, neglected and delinquent children in the legal system. Marvin is executive director of the Denver-based National Association of Counsel for Children, the nation’s only membership association of children’s attorneys.
George K. Wuerthner ’82 wrote and photographed “Yosemite: The Grace & Grandeur.” (See page 23). A resident of Eugene, Ore., George is a freelance writer, photographer, ecologist and lead biologist in a conservation-planning project for the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. He has written 23 books, including wilderness guides, regional over-views and natural history guides to national parks. His photographs have appeared in National Geographic, Arizona Highways, calendars and books, and at the Smithsonian and the National Museum of Natural History.
Marlee Miller ’85 is senior vice president for the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, overseeing its membership, communications, human resources and administration. Marlee previously worked for the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Houston Partnership.
Laurie Sichveland Falise ’87 received the Teacher of the Year Award from the French Ford Middle School in Winnemucca, Nev., and the Humboldt County Teacher of the Year Award. Laurie team teaches sixth grade math and reading and is head coach for the girls’ JV fast pitch softball team at Lowry High School in Winnemucca.
Roger Glenn Lockwood ’87 teaches special education in Naknek, Alaska.
Kenneth C. Petterson ’89 and his wife, Jennifer, announce the birth of the first child, Aiden Charles Petterson, on February 2, 2002. The Pettersons live in Meridian, Idaho, where Ken is director of development and marketing for Special Olympics Idaho, a position he has held the past five years. Jennifer is a volunteer coordinator for the equestrian competition segment of Special Olympics Idaho.
Tad D. Smith ’91, a partner and brand account supervisor at J. Walter Thompson Advertising in Detroit, currently works on the firm’s Mustang and Thunderbird accounts. A charter member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity and a former member of UM’s Advertising Club, Tad would like to hear from members of the ’91 Regional Championship Advertising team. He and his wife, Dianne, have two children, Devin, 4, and Hailey, 1. “Still living in Livonia, Mich., where everyone thinks UM is the University of Michigan,” Tad writes. “I love telling people I went to UM. They ask if I’m a big Wolverine fan, and I tell them, ‘No, actually, I’m a Grizzly fan.’ The Griz are so much better!”
Elizabeth Burton Barth ’92 writes from Scarsdale, N.Y., where she lives with her husband, David, and children, Perry and Harrison: “I work in the World Financial Center, just two buildings over from the World Trade Center. I was downtown during the disaster and only recently decided to return to work from maternity leave. Despite everything, we love living in New York, and having our family together, happy and healthy.”
Jean Kaylie Steele, M.A. ’92, an English and drama teacher at Hamilton High School, enlisted the help of Indy, a UM educator of the canine variety, in her school’s spring production of “A Midsummer’s Night Dream.” Indy has helped teach courses with UM professors Erick Greene and Dick Hutto and traveled thousands of miles, along with his wolf buddy, Koani, and owners, Patricia A. Tucker, M.S. ’91, and Bruce C. Weide, M.F.A. ’88, taking Wild Sentry wolf education programs throughout the nation. Pat and Bruce, authors of three books—“There’s a Wolf in the Classroom,” “Tales of Two Canines,” and “Can You Turn a Wolf into a Dog?”—wrote of Indy’s acting debut: “He played a dog and stayed in character the whole time.”
Julie Johnston Brewer ’93, M.P.A. ’99, is senior domestic policy analyst for Bread for the World, a Washington, D.C.-based, Christian citizens’ movement that addresses hunger throughout the world.
Amber Baldwin ’94 began working at UMAA as a student employee in 1993. She continued working full-time in the Alumni Office following graduation and in 1996 became data base manager. This spring Amber took a position with Blackfoot Telephone in Missoula. She has a three-year old daughter, Allie.
Sarah Pease Dalton, M.P.A. ’94, Issaquah, Wash., is director of flight operations technology development for Alaska Airlines. She previously worked for the Port of Seattle and for 14 years with the Federal Aviation Administration.
Beth A. Hubble ’95 is executive director of the Marcus Daly Mansion in Hamilton. “It’s my dream job,” Beth said, “to do something with history and to stay in Montana.” Beth has undergraduate degrees in history and French and is completing her Ph.D. in medieval French literature from the University of Michigan. She and her husband, Sean M. Morris, ’J.D. ’79, reside in Missoula, where Sean is an associate with Worden, Thane and Haines.
Robert Waarvick ’95, served as the NATO air traffic control commander for the air space over Bosnia and Herzegovina during the summer of 2001. He led a team of officers and enlisted controllers from the U.S., England, Canada, Greece and Spain. Commissioned in January 1996, Captain Waarvick currently is stationed at Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida with his wife, Jill, and sons, Christian and Jonathan.
Shannon M. Moran ’96, Pueblo, Colo., won a Royal Caribbean four-night Bahamas cruise offered through UMAA and zGrizzlies.com. Shannon writes of unforgettable times touring and shopping in Nassau and Key West, snorkeling in Coco Cay, where, “no amount of sunscreen will keep you safe while snorkeling all day,” and of great meals and entertainment on board The Majesty of the Seas. Shannon’s entry was chosen from thousands submitted to zGrizzles.com by university students and alumni users worldwide.
Christa Ritter Turner ’96 and Jeff A. Turner ’96 live in Gilbert, Ariz., with their sons Nathan and Noah. Jeff is director of social services for SunBridge Coronado Care Center in Phoenix. Christa received a Master of Social Work degree from Arizona State University, Tempe, just four days after the May 6 birth of Noah Benjamin Turner. “We barely made it to the hospital in time to deliver Noah on Monday,” Christa writes. “On Friday we made it as a family of four—joined by many relatives from Montana—to graduation ceremonies at 8 a.m. It was an amazing week!”
Scot A. Engler ’97 is a baseball scout for the Florida Marlins. He and his wife, Tami Miller Engler ’94, and son, Dylan, reside in Naperville, Il.
Garrison K. Courtney ’00 is the Seattle District public affairs director and regional spokesperson for the Immigration and Naturalization Service for Northern Idaho, Washington and British Columbia.
Erin F. Craney ’01, is senior field instructor and geologist at the Old Trail Museum in Choteau. This summer Erin helped teach basic paleontology and dinosaur excavation to the 36 winners of ABC’s “Dino Dig Sweepstakes,” a spin-off from their popular “Dinotopia” TV miniseries and James Gurney’s novels.
New Life Members
Jerry Huhn Cunningham ’53, Englewood, Colo.
Scott A. Cunningham ’53, Englewood, Colo.
Jerry R. Norskog ’73, Bigfork
Tracy L. Reich ’86, Spokane, Wash.
Elaine Johnston Sliter, Helena
Marsha J. McElwain Vick ’70, M.Ed. ’77, Polson
Robert E. Vick ’68, M.Ed. ’79, Polson
Life Membership Renewals
The following alumni, who joined the association as life members more than 18 years ago, have renewed their life membership at current rates or made a $2,500 contribution to the Alumni Association Endowment Fund during the past two years.
Helen Merrill Fox ’51, Naples, Fla.
George J. Grover ’30, La Grande, Ore.
Hazel Mumm Grover ’31, La Grande, Ore.
Donald E. Nicholson ’56, Missoula
Kathryn Albert Ogren ’70, Missoula
Richard A. Shadoan ’53, ’54, San Francisco
To be included in In Memoriam, the Alumni Association requires a newspaper obituary or a letter of notification from the immediate family. We extend sympathy to the families of the following alumni, faculty and friends.
Gertrude Gillis Arnold ’23, Polson
Irma Stark Caulkins ’23, Missoula
Ruth Peters Fowler ’23, Gig Harbor, Wash.
Ruth MacFarlane Wood ’24, M.Ed. ’25, Saint Helens, Ore.
Cathryn McRae Van Meter ’25, M.Ed. ’48, Ogden, Utah
Sammie Graham Boadway ’27, Dover Foxcroft, Maine
Elmer S. “Buck” Haines ’29, Missoula
Fern A. Cameron Haines ’29, Bigfork
Frederick F. “Andy” Staat ’29, Salem, Ore.
Virginia Schwin Brophy ’30, Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
Lawson Benjamin Swihart ’30, Tucson, Ariz.
Dorothy Bell McCall ’33, Missoula
Sara Miles Borchers ’34, Portland, Ore.
John Wilson Chapman, LL.B. ’34, Everett, Wash.
Betty Nofsinger Dixon ’34, Missoula
Raymond P. Rimel ’35, M.Ed. ’50, Cut Bank
Tad Sanders, J.D. ’35, Kansas City, Mo.
Elizabeth Atwater Biehl ’36, M.A. ’37, Lewistown
Maxine Janes Dahl ’36, Richmond, Calif.
Wood W. Goble ’36, Phoenix
Clifford L. Haugland ’36, Billings
Barbara Jean Hays Pendleton ’36, Coffeyville, Kan.
Lillian Fullerton Peterson ’36, Hamilton
Dorothy LaCasse Sheffield ’36, Cut Bank
Frank J. Willig ’36, Lansdale, Pa.
Winona Gitchel Graesser ’37, Missoula
Florian Joseph Kuhry ’38, Bozeman
Thomas B. LaJeunesse ’38, Tucson, Ariz.
Violet M. “Vi” Thomson ’38, Missoula
John Stanley Graves ’39, Roundup
Norman F. Iverson, M.Ed. ’39, Dickinson, N.D.
Dorothy Jane Cooney Lynch ’39, Seattle
Mabel Smith Mason ’39, Washington, D.C.
Louise Ione Lepper-Barsness ’40, Laurel
John C. “Jack” Lynch ’40, Seattle
Margaret Love Talbott ’40, Whitefish
John Evans Wilson ’40, Missoula
Kenneth William Bangs ’41, Stevensville
Carlobell Button Allen ’41, Buena Park, Calif.
Carey H. Gordon ’41, Polson
Frances O’Connell Ingalls ’41, Helena
M. Baxter Larson, J.D. ’41, Billings
Ralph E. Lindberg ’41, Great Falls
Betty Rickert Sauers ’41, Sun Lakes, Ariz.
William Edward Adam ’42, Grants Pass, Ore.
William H. Bellingham ’42, J.D. ’48, Billings
Harold B. Cole ’42, Missoula
James G. Haviland ’42, Deer Lodge
Lucy Leet Skemp ’42, Conrad
Harry A. Tranmer, M.Ed. ’42, Napa, Calif.
Harold H. Duke ’43, Billings
Vivian Hilden Paladin ’43, Helena
George D. Anderson ’44, Helena
Paul LaRoy Burke ’44, Medford, Ore.
Lutie M. Weedman Strand ’45, Big Timber
Eugene Herman Clawson ’46, Missoula
Mark B. Listerud ’46, Wolf Point
Trygve Brensdal ’47, Columbus
Janice J. Smith Carrington ’47, Missoula
Archie D. Craft ’47, Tijeras, N.M.
Emilie N. Goris ’47, Gilroy, Calif.
Robert C. Wylder ’47, M.A. ’49, Long Beach, Calif.
James W. Henry, Jr. ’48, Seattle
Bertha M. Heinemeyer ’49, Helena
Fletcher Eugene Newby ’49, Hamilton
Robert E. “Bud” Paulsen ’49, Irving, Texas
C. Kenneth Folkestad ’50, Portland, Ore.
William C. Marquis, J.D. ’50, Danville, Calif.
Robert H. Memovich, J.D. ’50, Tigard, Ore.
Leo Clyde Musburger ’50, M.Ed. ’58, Missoula
John D. “Jack” Woods ’50, Billings
Donald Kenneth Berard ’51, Charlo
Donald B. Kingery ’51, Helena
Elaine Orvis Llewelyn ’51, Maple Valley, Wash.
Evelyn May Poll Robb ’51, Missoula
Pelham Massey Turner ’51, Missoula
Charles H. Caraway ’52, Alta Loma, Calif.
William L. Keogh ’52, Buchanan, Mich.
Lynn S. Stein, M.Ed. ’52, Tacoma, Wash.
Joyce Siperly Carr ’53, Arlington, Va.
Kaye Millons Doherty ’53, Great Falls
Delos M. Dutton ’53, Tigard, Ore.
Henry Lawrence Henline ’53, Gilbert, Ariz.
Dwight S. Stockstad, M.S. ’53, Charlo
L. Thomas Eaton, M.A. ’54, Nye
John G. Miller, M.A. ’54, Springfield, Ill.
Harold E. “Bud” Hanson ’55, Missoula
Inez Myers Johnson ’56, Conrad
Hugh D. Moore ’57, Deer Lodge
Maurice H. Skones, M.F.A. ’57, Tucson, Ariz.
Larry Allen Nitz ’58, Billings
William W. Ricker ’58, Billings
Jack Whealy ’58, Tulsa, Okla.
Robert H. Dunn ’59, Everett, Wash.
Floyd Mikkelsen ’60, Spokane, Wash.
Gus Pastos ’60, Chicago
Myrtle Wallace Heinle ’62, Missoula
Susan Cannon Gernaat ’65, Wolf Creek
James O. Jewell, M.Ed. ’65, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
Larry D. Kamrath ’65, Puyallup, Wash.
Anthony Edwin Kuchera ’65, Laurel
Eugene R. McKeever, M.Ed. ’66, Fort Benton
Kata Shapiro ’69, Vashon Island, Wash.
Daniel M. Bender ’70, Cleveland, Ohio
John P. Tiskus ’70, Polson
Sharlon Linda Willows ’70, Creston
Delia Groh Jones ’71, Vaughn
Michael J. Sweeney ’71, Anaconda
Lewis Wiles Moore, Jr. ’72, Glendive
John R. Host, M.B.A. ’73, Missoula
Richard A. Dickman ’75, Billings
Michael J. Laslovich ’76, M.A. ’79, Missoula
Michael Eugene Webster ’77, J.D. ’80, Billings
Jack Robert Ragen ’79, San Antonio
James Allen Moulds, M.Ed. ’80, Kalispell
William Everett Burt ’81, Centralia, Wash.
Linda Hybner Schweitzer ’83, Billings
Matthew F. Thomas ’85, M.S. ’93, Missoula
Timothy E. Johnson ’86, Fairview
Barbara Ann McCafferty Brown ’89, Wendover, Nev.
David Waldrup ’89, Missoula
Atsushi Kuba ’90, Okinawa
Robert Todd Logan ’90, Missoula
Teri Rae Gestring ’92, Three Forks
Reid Poinier Sanders ’93, West Yellowstone
Garrett James Grothen ’95, Florence
Justin Allen Ebel, Pharm.D. ’99, Browning
Bea Bergum, Helena
Bruce Christensen, Missoula
Everett T. Crumley, Cut Bank
William H. Fisher, Missoula
Les Gilfillan, Missoula
Richard E. Juday, Missoula
Thomas S. McIntyre, Whitefish
Jack O. Moore, Missoula
Barrying H. Morrison, Missoula
Joseph F. Paquet, Portland, Ore.
Richard A. Seaman, Missoula
Ellis Leigh Waldron, Verona, Wis.
Nicolas Novo Mirich to Missy and Kyle Mirich ’92, September 24, 2001, Las Vegas
Jake Ross Brown to Roxanne and Rick R. Brown ’90, January 11, 2002, Hayden Lake, Idaho
Rhianna Lynnae Robertson to Candice and Matthew S. Robertson ’90, J.D. ’93, March 4, 2002, Helena
Everett Walker Miceli and Grayson Crain Miceli to Heather and Steven Michael Miceli ’99, March 19, 2002, Chicago
Adam Sebastian Kolokotrones to Norma and James Peter Kolokotrones ’81, MBA ’86, April 28, 2002, Daly City, Calif.
Benefactors Society of the UM President’s Club
New members of the Benefactors Society of the UM President’s Club, whose lifetime giving reached the $100,000 level since the Fall 2001 edition of the Montanan, are
Platinum Level ($1 million or more)
Peter Bonhomme Estate
Gold Level ($500,000 or more)
Charles Engelhard Foundation
June Schmautz Estate
Silver Level ($250,000 or more)
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Neptune Aviation Services, Inc.
Wiancko Family Fund
Copper Level ($100,000 or more)
Ford and Marlys Nelson Barrett ’62
Douglas P. Beighle ’54, J.D. ’58
Phyllis and William A. Bellingham ’42, J.D. ’48
The Bookstore at UM
William Elmore Estate
Greater Montana Foundation
Harold P. Hanson ’59 Estate
Frank F. Jestrab ’36, J.D. ’38
Richard E. Juday
Matthew Levitan ’72 and Gail Singer
Elizabeth Maxwell Estate
Deborah Doyle McWhinney ’77
Avis and Wilmer A. Mitchell ’50
St. Patrick Hospital and Health Sciences Center
Seneca Jones Timber Co.
Everit A. Sliter ’66 and Nichali Paulsrud Sliter ’65
Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.
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