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Judge Believes in Helping Others, Donates Kidney to a Stranger
As a five-year-old, Peggy Richardson knew she wanted to be a lawyer. She never wavered from that goal, through high school, college and law school. Now an associate judge for the 22nd Judicial Circuit in Moniteau County, Richardson '80 has found a way to help people. In the last two years she reached out to a person in need, donating a kidney to someone she has never met.
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Medicine, Insurance, Education: Meet Dr. Do A-Lot
Dr. Bill Bradshaw is a physician with flair. He served as a private practitioner in Clinton, MO, for 25 years, dean of the medical school at the University of Missouri for 10 years, and most recently, the regional vice president of medical affairs at Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Kansas City.
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The New Mule Lead Team
It's official ? members of the UCM Alumni Association's Mule Lead Team are off and running, ready to spread the word about their alma mater while providing an important link to UCM for thousands of alumni.
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Aton Maintains Watchful Eye for Public Hazards
When chemical materials explode into massive fireballs, Elizabeth Aton takes note. Such an accident happened last year when a depot, which bottles gases such as propane, oxygen and acetylene, suffered huge explosions southwest of downtown St. Louis. Explosions of this magnitude raise questions about a company's ability to handle volatile materials. That's where Aton comes in.
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Safety Alumna Leads Nationally Recognized Team
Suzanne Marshall Broussard '83 met the challenge of her 23 years as an industrial safety professional when hurricanes Katrina and Rita hit the Gulf coast in 2005.
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Curry's UbiDuo Opens Communications for the Deaf
"This is it," exclaimed Jason Curry. "This is going to change the world." Curry, one of the first deaf students to graduate from UCM in 1993, was standing in the kitchen looking at an image his father, David, had sketched in black marker on a white board. They had finally conceived a solution to years of frustration.
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