Bob Blackman '52 and his wife, Nancy, are living in a retirement village in Raymore, Mo. They enjoy doing volunteer work and spending time with their five grandchildren.
Arlene Stewart York '61 and her husband, James '62, own Midland Thermal. They reside in Cleveland, Mo.
Joseph Wikoff '64 retired from his CPA practice in Honolulu, Hawaii. He and his wife, Lynne, reside in West Linn, Ore.
Magie Stuart '68 recently published a book, "Principles for Principals: Programs That Help Kids." She resides in North Las Vegas, Nev.
Jeff Elsea '70 retired Aug. 31, 2013, after 38 years at the Bank of Weston, most recently as president.
Charley Hurt '70 retired in 2004 after 31 years as an electrician at ExxonMobil. He and his wife, Peggy, reside in Ivins, Utah. Their son, Paul, is bishop of the Ivins Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Bob Wachter '70 is semi-retired and lives in Jackson Hole, Wyo. He owns two businesses, Jackson Hole Hat Company and Cache Creek Lodge. He has three daughters and four grandchildren.
Larry Boozell '71 retired in June after 24 years with the Des Moines Water Works. He and his wife, Janelle, have two grown sons and seven grandchildren. They enjoy watching their sporting events and traveling. They reside in Woodburn, Iowa.
Bernie Cooper '73 owns a driving school in O'Fallon, Mo.
Debi (Handwerk) Carroll '75, '09 earned her Education Specialist Degree in Technology in the Classroom at the University of Missouri in May 2013. She and her husband, Gregory '75, reside in Moberly, Mo.
Ann (McElwee) Elwell '75, '81 is interim director of Webster University's extended campus in Springfield, Mo. Her husband, Dana '75, is senior vice president at Guaranty Bank in Springfield. They reside in Nixa, Mo.
Larry Haywood '78, '85 retired after 21 years as a pretrial officer for the federal court system in the Eastern District of Missouri. He served as a national trainer for the federal court system as well. He and his wife, Rebecca, reside in St. Charles, Mo.
Joel Shults '80, '83 is chief of police for Adams State University in Colorado. He recently published his third book, "The Badge and the Brain." The book guides police officers in the application of brain research to policing. He and his wife, Cheryl (Wyss) '80, reside in Alamosa, Colo.
Cendy Harrell-Carson '84 is an armed school resource officer for the Sedalia School District 200. Her primary responsibilities are in the Sedalia Middle School. She and her husband, Jim, have four children.
Daniel Johnson '84 is international region manager for United Parcel Service. He resides in Lee's Summit, Mo.
Brad Nelson '84 is chief of police in Salina, Kan. Prior to that, he was captain at the Columbia, Mo., police department.
Larry Skogen '85 is interim chancellor of the North Dakota University system effective Nov. 1, 2013, through June 2015.
Brian Connor '87 is production manager at the Performing Arts Center at John Burroughs School in St. Louis. He resides in Glendale, Mo.
Alisa (Chaimongkol) Pruettiangkura '88 is an entrepreneur at Angkura Corporation, Dallas, Texas. She and her husband, Pote, reside in Lewisville, Texas.
Timothy Stewart '88 is a member of the Senior Executive Service of the United States of America. He is the warden at the Federal Correctional Institution in Cumberland, Md. He resides in Morgantown, W.Va.
Jeremy Martin '91 is principal at Los Ninos and Lincoln Jackson Intervention Centers in Clovis, N.M. He retired in 2011 from the Air Force Reserve as a lieutenant colonel after 24 years of service. He resides in Clovis.
Doyle Oxley '91 is assistant fire chief and fire marshal for the Warrensburg. Mo., Fire Department. He is married and has two children.
Robert Hardt '92 retired from the Columbia Police Department after 20 years. He now works at HyVee and resides in Columbia, Mo.
Stacey Hodges '94 is a member of the advisory board for the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Friends University, Lenexa, Kan. She resides in Prairie Village, Kan.
Susan (Rhode) Ritchey '95 retired from the City of Hallandale Beach, Fla., as a social worker. She is looking forward to the beaches of south Florida and to cruising the Caribbean. Her son is a clinical psychologist at the University of South Florida in Tampa. She resides in Pembroke Pines, Fla.
Paul Orscheln '96 is vice president of student services and enrollment management at Colorado State University-Pueblo.
Kelly Melies '98, '02 is a reporter at the "Marshall Democrat-News" and an adjunct instructor at the State Fair Community College Boonville campus. He and his wife, Lisa, and three stepchildren, reside in Marshall, Mo.
Russ Fillipi '99 has worked for the Missouri State Highway Patrol for 23 years. He and his wife, Andrea '98, and children, Eric, Sam and Darby Jean, live in rural Hickory County.
Fred Buckley '00 graduated from UMKC School of Law in May 2013 and passed the Missouri bar. He became a licensed attorney on Sept. 18, 2013. He resides in Kansas City, Mo.
Marijayne Manley '01, '03, '10 is teaching business and marketing for the Leeton R-X School District and manages the Bulldog Express, the only student-run grocery store in the nation. She is also an adjunct faculty member at UCM and State Fair Community College. She and her husband, Royal, have three children and reside in Warrensburg, Mo.
Caleb Housh '02 was elected to a second term as mayor of Seymour, Iowa.
Jenni Hayes '03, '12 is the principal at Grandview Elementary School in Higginsville, Mo. She and her husband, Josh '96, '00, '09, have four children, Hunter, Parker, Sawyer and Harper. The family resides in Higginsville, Mo.
Philip King '04 and his wife, Kimberly, announce the birth of their second daughter, Kailee, Oct. 3, 2013.
Dorothy Nelson '04 owns an online jewelry boutique. She resides in St. Louis, Mo.
Amanda Roberts '07, '09 and her husband, Seth Anderson, recently moved to Shenzhen, Guangdong, China after spending three years in Hunan, China.
Derick Beanland '08 is the director of parks and recreation in Bowling Green, Mo. He was featured in the Fall 2013 issue of the Missouri Parks and Recreation Association magazine.
Maggie Long '09 is the middle school art and gifted teacher in California, Mo. She is also assistant high school volleyball coach and the Quest teacher at the elementary school. She resides in California, Mo.
Kelly Wenell '10 graduated from Washington University School of Law and founded Wenell LLC, a St. Louis-based immigration and family law firm. She resides in St. Louis.
Amy Spoede '11 married Oliver Bamaca Rodriguez on Aug. 17, 2013. The couple resides in Kansas City, Mo.
Trent Reese '12 will be teaching Acting Workshop 101 for ages 10-12 and Acting Workshop 102 for ages 13-18 at Blackbird Academy of Arts in Conway, Ark.