1942 - 1952

William Pettis Hall

Preston Eugene Hiestand

Joseph Ballard Pritchett

Warden Dana Harms

Louis Thomas Henderson, Jr.

Clarence James Hill, Jr.

William Barnes Calwell

Richard U. Byerrum

Howard Thomas Craven

Thomas Carroll

William Riley Hancock

William T. Rynick

Randall E. Pack

Walter Emery Williams, Jr.

Richard Merrell Freeman

Robert Verner Ormes

William Blundell Fisher

George Robert Hayman, Jr.

Robert Glen Fisher

Robert Landin Barta

Lester Riemann

Miller Davis, Jr.

John Hathaway Evans

John Henry Moynahan

John Javob Bullock

Frederick William Bigler

Jack Beeson Olds

David Blair Noland

Donald Kirchoffer

James Osborne, Jr.

Joseph Jerome Littell, Jr.

Howard John Baumgartel, Jr.
1942. Worked for E.C. Atkins in Indianapolis prior to World War II service. August 1942-December 1945, US Navy. Harvard Business School, Jan. 1946 - June 1947 -- MBA; 1947-48 Baker Simonds & Co. in Detroit (investment banking); 1948-51 Teaching at the University of Kansas -- human relations, econ history, administrative practices. 1951-55, University of Michigan earning Ph.D. in Social Psychology and field research with Survey Research Center. 1955 to retirement in Dec. 1988 -- University of Kansas. Teaching, research and administration in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and School of Business; 1957-1987. Management training with National Training Laboratories, American Management Assn., Indian Institutes of Management, etc. 1963-64, 1967-68, spring 1976, 1980-81, spring 1984 -- Fulbright, AIIS, NSF grants to do teaching, institution building and research in India.

He married Nancy Taggart in 1945; divorced in 1960, three children, Mona, John and Tom -- now four grandchildren. Married Marguerite Myers Kerfoot in 1964, acquired three step-sons, Bill, Charles and John -- now six grandchildren and 2 1/2 great grandchildren. Worked extensively with Peace and Justice groups. He also has worked with Hospice and Senior Center volunteering, University retirees' activities, computer club, foreign affairs study group, Church groups. Jogging and running played a big role in his life from 1976 into the middle 1990s. Honors include: Fellow, Signa Xi; Fellow, American Psychological Association; Fellow, American Psychological Society Fulbright-Hays Awards; NSF Guest Scientist Award. University of Kansas awards included:    Hillteacher Award, 1965; Mortar Board Outstandingly Educator Award, 1989; Chancellor's Club Career Teaching Award, 1988. He was also the recipient of the Tom & Anne Moore Peace and Justice Award in 2000.

John Merle Coulter

William Rogers Chattin

James Kelley Patchell

Stanely Edmund Hines

James Edward Milholland

John Howard Ingram

Richard Carroll Ragan

Theodore Roosevelt Bullock

Benton Baker, Jr.

William Horace Allerdice, Jr.

Edward Joseph Boleman, Jr.

Richard Gorman Hall

Jack Livergood Weber

David Ferguson Ormes

Bryan R. West

Ray Husted Smith

Charles A. Bookwalter II

Duke Lynch

Robert Siegfried Stempfel, Jr.

Leo James Noonan, Jr.

William Stewart Freeman

George Dale Welch

William Lilly Fisher

Eale Wayne Monroe, Jr.

John Herbert Clymer, Jr.

Bob Evans Wolcott

Arthur Christian Schrader

Thomas Harry Neff

Charles George Gudbrandsen, Jr.

James Arthur Goode

Leroy Charles Voss, Jr.

Spero Gregory

Arthur Baxter Gipe

Ralph Emerson Morrow, Jr.

Robert Russell Ragan

Thomas Burchard Jennings

William Omer Hedge

Francis William Bacon, Jr.

Ronsome Ross Williams

Warren LeClair Niccum

William Anthony Philip Keefe

William Bland Osborn

James Robert Fowler

Donald Eugene Stebing

Eugene Stewart Wolcott

Roy Andrew Yoder

Richard Howard Maxwell

Samuel W. Williams

Robert Eugene Petit

Charles Helm Bennett

Donald Sinclair Rogers

Frank Rieden Welsh

Thomas Jefferson Wynne

Roger Lee Fedosky

Hubert Harold Cummins

Herman Joseph Meyer

James Kirkpatrick Allerdice

Donald Charles Ambuhl

Allan Durward Clauser

Frederick Hoke Lesh

Whitfield George Hughes

William Gray Cathcart

Fritz Otto Meyer

James Mason Givens, Jr.

Edward Wagner III

Charles Leslie Miller

George Shepard Haerle

William Franklin Kelle

Robert Myers

Joseph Warren Ricketts, Jr.

Robert Benson Scircle

Walter Thomas Spencer

Edward Frank McElwain

Byron Trippet Franklin

John Joseph Noonan

Richard Ridgeway Gilchrist

Robert Earle South, Jr.

James Logan Gardner

Donald Louis Wise

Robert Verlan Hannaford

William Allison MacDongall

Stewart Edgar Elliott

Burton Franklin Swain III

Stuart M. Place

Charles William Goering

George Augustine Jenckes, Jr.

Chandler Holmes

Edward Murray Keith

Roger Edmund Parsell

Arthur Allen Brinklow

Philip Walter Slattery

Robert Staley McCain

Marsh Hanly Blackburn

Thomas Randolph Cassady

Thomas Arthur Mahoney

Thomas Allen Klingaman

Donald Bates Miller

Arthur Lee Milford

Edgar Hart Steeg

Jameson Woollen

George Hathaway Littell, Jr.

Robert Boyce Galliher

Linton Gustov Cox

Robert David Mathias, Jr.

Thomas Bastain Moser

James Chestey Norris

Jere L. Jones

Charles E. Finch
Charles E. Finch died unexpectedly of a heart attack at his residence in University City on Wednesday, June 9th.  He was 73.  Charlie, as he was called by his friends, was the husband of Mary Ellen and father of Nathan and John.  He is remembered for his devotion to his family, friends, and former students, his generous support of a wide range of causes and organizations, and his firmness in standing up for what he believed was the right thing to do and say. 

Charlie was born on the family farm in Williams County Ohio in 1930.  He earned a bachelor's degree in history from Wabash College in Crawfordsville, IN in 1951 and a master of arts in teaching from Harvard University in 1955.  At that time he began a career as an educator that included teaching positions in Evanston, IL, University City High School, and Clayton High School and post-graduate work at Washington University.  In 1967 he was hired to teach history at Webster Groves High School where in 1977 he became one of the first coaches of high school girls track and cross country in the state of Missouri.  Several years later he was the driving force behind lobbying the Missouri State High School Athletic Association to approve holding statewide girls cross country and track and field meets.  He retired from teaching at Webster Groves in 1994.

Because of Charlie's involvement with high school girls track and cross country, he served as a volunteer officer of the Missouri Track and Cross Country Coaches Association for almost 25 years.  He served as their Executive Secretary-Treasurer for eight years and is a member of the Hall of Fame of both the National High School Athletic Coaches Association and the Hall of Fame of the Missouri Track and Cross Country Coaches Association.

In retirement, Charlie served as a volunteer assistant coach for the Wabash College cross country and track and field teams.  In the fall of 2000, he served a brief stint as the college's temporary cross-country coach while the regular coach was in Australia for the Olympics.  In addition to coaching for his alma mater, Charlie had served and was currently serving on the National Association of Wabash Men Board, he was active in the St. Louis Association of Wabash Men, and was a member of the college's Elihu W. Baldwin Circle.

Charlie, who joined the army in 1951 and was a Korean War veteran, also had an extensive 27-year military career ending with his service in the army reserves where he attained the rank of Colonel and served as the Commanding Officer of the 307th Civil Affairs Group and a Staff Officer of the 102nd USAR Command.  He is a member of the Fort Sill Artillery Officer's Candidate School Hall of Fame.

Ralph Clemens Vonnegut, Jr.