We are saddened to share that Merlin R. Lambie passed away on June 15, 2018.
We are saddened to share that David A. Alford passed away August 19, 2018.
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Suan Guess-Hanson ’64 organized the Wheelchair Tennis Demo at Evergreen Racquet Club, here in Bloomington. They had a great weekend with wheelchair tennis. If you want to see some photos from the weekend activity, go to Facebook for erctennis.com and also USTA Midwest Wheelchair Tennis Group.
Academy Award nominated film actor and DeKalb native Richard Jenkins ’69 will appear at DeKalb’s Egyptian Theater on Oct. 30 for the theater’s career retrospective of his work. You can read more about it here.
We are saddened to announce the passing of F. Mark Wade ’65. You may read an obituary here.
Robert Stach ’67 recently had his fourth book published. The titles of all four books in the series are: “Saving the Human Race”, “The Ice Age Cometh”, “The Andromeda Galaxy and Beyond”, and “Time to Travel Again in Space”. Robert says, “I’m very pleased to have this series of science fiction books published. Much that allowed me to write these books comes from the wonderful education I received at IWU.”
Mary Sue (Knopp) Brewer ’65 retired after 29 years with the textile, merchandising and interiors department of the University of Georgia. She was hired there because the textile people needed someone with a biology background to do their toxicity studies. Her most recent work involved the transfer of microbes from carpet or upholstery to skin-like material using a robot. She has been unable to visit the Atlanta alumna Christmas party because she is always busy snapping the whip-crack with the Athens Symphony.
We are saddened to announce that Judie Groniger ’60 passed away September 25, 2015.
A link to her obituary can be found here.
Redbird A and C, Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, 201 Broadway Ave., Normal
$35 registration fee for non-IWU alumni guests
You may register here or you may call 888-498-2586.
All alumni from the classes from the 1930’s – 1967 are welcome.