Alumni News Kudos & Announcements
Robert Harvey, Class of ’57, Lead, and Glenn
Hogen, Class of ’51, Spearfish, were inducted into the 2008 Lead- Deadwood High School Hall of Fame.
Carol “Pinky” Schroeder, Class of ’58, Sylvania, Ga., retired in 2006 after 30 years as the Peanut Buying Point Manager in Sylvania. Carol spent the previous 16 years (1958-75) teach- ing in numerous states including: S.D., Vt., Ky., Wis., Ala. and Ga.
Marianne (Charles) Bieber, Class of ’69, Lead,
was inducted into the 2008 Lead-Deadwood High School Hall of Fame.
Joe Jorgensen, Class of ’67, Spearfish, was recently named the Black Hills Volunteer/ Entrepreneur of the Year at the Black Hills Economic Developments annual banquet in Rapid City.
Terry Wanless, Class of ’69, Sacramento, Calif., recently received the
Robert Neyland Outstanding Athletic Director of the Year Award from the American Football Foundation. Terry is cur- rently the athletic direc- tor at Sacramento State.
Patricia “Pat” (Pratt) Wilson, Class of ’69, Aiken, S.C., retired from teaching physical education for 35 years in Eden, N.Y. In retire- ment she enjoys playing golf, attending volleyball matches, basketball men- toring, and enjoying her family.
James Bockwoldt, Attended, Rapid City, was inducted into the 2008 Spearfish High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
Class of ’78, recently
joined RREEF Alternative Investments as man- aging director and head of Global Client Relations. Based in New York, Susan will direct the activities of RREEF’s global client
relations organization across the Americas, Europe and Asia- Pacific.
Rick Burrington, Class of ’73, Deadwood, was voted Lead-Deadwood School District Teacher of the Year and High School Teacher of the Year for the 2007-2008 school year. Rick teaches English in the Lead-Deadwood School District.
Greg Calabro, Class of ’71, Lead, was a nomi- nee for Middle School Teacher of the Year by the Lead-Deadwood School District for the 2007-2008 school year.
50-Year-Club banquet held during commencement
Mary Caropino, Class of ’77, Lead, was named Middle School Teacher of the Year by the Lead- Deadwood School District for the 2007- 2008 school year.
Steve Christensen, Class of ’72, Spearfish, was named 2008-2009 Exalted Ruler of the Elks B.P.O.E. Deadwood Lodge No. 508. Steve is the owner of Christensen Law Firm in Deadwood.
The BHSU Alumni Association hosted the annual 50-Year-Club banquet during spring commencement. Attending the banquet were: (standing, top row, left to right) Harold Baker, Class of ’55, Rapid City; Everett Follette, Class of ’55, Spearfish; Keith Shostrom, Class of ’57, Deadwood; Wes Storm, Class of ’58, Rapid City; Guyla (Marchiando) Sturgeon, Class of ’57, Rapid City; Marguerite (Mickelson) Kleven, Class of ’54, Sturgis; Steve Gomez, Class of ’55, Pierre; Bob Temple, Class of ’57, Ramona, Calif.; (Standing, middle row, left to right) Alvin Holst, Class of ’57 & ’58, Vale; Ida (Thorpe) Holst, Class of ’55, Vale; Jerry Overgard, Class of ’58, Faulkton; Janice (Pollard) Temple, Class of ’58, Ramona, Calif.; Irene (Weaver) Morrissey, Class of ’58, Oneonta, N.Y.; Bob Pears- all, Class of ’58, Lacey, Wash.; Phyllis (Krause) Eastman, Class of ’58, Spearfish; Otis Eastman, Class of ’58, Spearfish; Lynnell (Johnson) Parrott, Class of ’56, Rapid City; (Seated, front row, left to right) John Spencer, Class of ’58, Sundance, Wyo.; Don Jacobs, Class of ’58, Paso Robles, Calif.; Curt Johnson, Class of ’58, Rapid City; Al Veitl, Class of ’58, Ashburn, Va.; Shirley (Kappe) Pearsall, Class of ’58, Lacey, Wash.; Patricia (Lewis) Ohnemus, Class of ’58, Spearfish; William Ohnemus, Class of ’58, Spearfish; and Beverly (Olsen) Carr, Class of ’55, Spearfish.
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Walt Dansby, Jr., Class of ’79 and ’99, Chadron, Neb., was recently promoted to
supervisory social services assistant at Pine Ridge Job Corps in Chadron.
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