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Class Notes is compiled by Betsy Holmquist '67, MA'83. To submit news, please drop a line to the Alumni Association, Brantly Hall, The University of Montana, Missoula, Mont, 59812th You may fax us your news at (406) 243-4467 or send an e-mail to
alumnote@selway.umt.edu. Material in this issue reached the Alumni Office before July 1
Class of 1940 Watch for information in January on your 60th class reunion May 11-13, 2000.
Russell Edwards '43 HD which invited to the 50th class reunion for students who had attended Duniway Grade School in Portland, Ore.., During the late 1940s. Russ, a faculty member at Duniway, joined other faculty members returning to referee the reunion baseball game. "It's a good thing They [the students] made us ref, " Russ said, "But They really shouldn't have been playing either!" Russ and his wife, Jean, live in Sunnyvale, Calif..
Leona Lampi Hate '46, MA '50, has written At the Foot of the Beartooth Mountains: A History of the Finnish community of Red Lodge, Montana. Retired UM history professor Harry Fritz wrote in his review, "The Finns have helped to define Red Lodge to the world for more than a hundred years. They are still there, and now, thanks to Lampi's book, theyhave their history. It'sa good one. " Leona's first book which Finns Red Lodge, a collection of family histories. So she has written articles on the Red Lodge Festival of Nations and Finnish-English linguistics, Finnish and translated articles and oral history tapes. She currently Resides in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
Hu Neal Williamson '47, Montana's oldest practicing certified public accountant, received the School of Business Administration's Outstanding Alumnus Award at its 52nd annual scholarship awards banquet in May Hu is known as to "accountant's accountant" in Sydney for the expertise and advice he shares with area accountants. At the banquet, Hu advised the UM students present to "stay in close touch with the University -. Join the Alumni Association right away and be on active member"
Class of 1950: Watch for information in January on your 50th class reunion, May 11-13, 2000.
John C. Pine '51 Responded to the winter 1999 Montanan article on Richard Hugo by forwarding his essay "Softball, Richard Hugo, and Me, " in previously published in Fan: A Magazine of baseball. Hugo traveled from Seattle to Missoula, John in the opposite direction. Though both worked at Boeing at the same time and called Missoula home, They never met. "Night Game, " the poem within John's essay, pays tribute to both men's love of softball.

Night Game


Ralph H. Olson '56 sent a postscript to the winter 1999 Montanan "In Memoriam" on Professor Emeritus Reuben Diettert. "Professor Diettert what my botany instructor, " Ralph writes, "and his son, Eldon E. Diettert x'52 what in my class. Eldon was a smoke jumper for several summers When the base which located at South Higgins Avenue and South, and hey what one of 13 smoke jumpers killed fighting the man Gulch Forest Fire in the Gates of the Mountains on August 5, 1949. "
Robert S. "Bob" Gilluly '57 has self-published One Man's Montana, a collection of his best columns and feature stories from his 24 years at the Great Falls Tribune. "It's light reading, " Gilluly says of his book, "something you can put on your night stand or toss into your camper." Bob and his wife, Mary Ann, have retired to Anaconda where Bob Continues to write a weekly column for the Tribune. Before his time in Great Falls, Bob, what editor of the Ravalli Republic and a sports information director at UM.
William J. "Bill" Weatherly '57 retired after 13 years with the Anaconda Company and 18 years with the Bureau of Land Management. Bill received his bachelor's degree in mining from Montana Tech in 1981 and is a Certified Mineral Examiner. He and his wife, Laura Ryan Weatherly '66, singing in the Butte Symphony Chorale. They plan to REMAIN in Butte.

'60s


Clifford Carl Jacobsen '64 retired as assistant professor of economics at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. During his 30 years at UWSP, Cliff directed the small business institutions and taught extension courses and programs Oxford Prison. He Performed with the Shoestring Players, "taking roles as a giant, wolf or shish kebab, as the script Demanded" and advised the student flying club, Wings. Cliff is now a financial planner and mutual fund counselor for World Marketing Alliance in Stevens Point.
George A. Cole '65 and Susan Cole Bickell '65 have moved from San Diego to Washington, DC George Continues his business development contract with the U.S. Agency for International Development. Susan is an international business consultant. The Coles own and operate Media West, Inc., to international marketing company.
Boh Dickey '66 received on honorary law degree from Seattle University in June. President and chief operating officer of SAFECO Corporation since August, 1966, Boh's business accomplishments and community involvement and his company's social responsibility were commended. In 1998 he received Junior Achievement's National Gold Leadership Award for his volunteer work. Boh and his wife, Marilyn Brown Dickey '67, live in Woodville, Wash..
Terri Barnett Johanson '66 directs the statewide distance learning program for Oregon's 17 community colleges. She received her doctorate from Oregon State University in 1996, which her thesis titled "The Virtual Community of an online class." Terri's office is at Chemeketa Community College in Salem.
Martin V. Melosi '69, MA '71, which named Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Houston. "This is an honor rarely givenName at the University of Houston, " UH Provost Edward P. Sheridan wrote in a letter Martin shared, "and it Acknowledges the exceptional performance you have shown as a scholar and teacher." Martin is married to Carolyn Ronchetto Melosi '71.

'70s


Stephen Warren Dill '71 is president of Steve Dill & Associates, at executive search firm specializing specializing in the recruitment of sales and marketing individuals in the medical device industry. Steve and his wife, Mary Frasher Dill '79, recently purchased a condo in Missoula and want to summer in Montana. They live in Alpharetta, Ga.
Lyman H. "Bill" Bennett III, JD '72, which appointed Montana state representative of the Defense Research Institute, the nation's largest association of civil defense litigation lawyers. Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, Bill Focuses on civil litigation, and business and real estate transactions. He and his wife, Bonnie, live in Bozeman.
Edward Stephen Medvec '72, MA '77 wants to discuss "Self-Government Units management in the USA" in Suwalki, Poland, in November. He'll cover urban economic development in Philadelphia and American urban policy in Polish. Steve was a Fulbright scholar to Poland during 1973-1975 while a student at UM. He lives in Philadelphia with his wife, Alexandra.
Ronald R. Campbell '73 received the 1999 Montana State Pharmaceutical's Bowl of Hygeia Award for outstanding community service. A Montana State Pharmaceutical Association member for the past 25 years, Ron owns Drug Mart in Cut Bank. He and his wife, Kathy, have two children.
Joelene O'Neill Good Over, MA '75, a psychologist for Great Falls Public Schools, which Elected to the National Association of School Psychologists. Joelene will represent Montana at annual assemblies and coordinate activities for regional, local and state school psychology associations and the Montana Office of Public Instruction. Joelene GFPS has been with since 1978.
Amy N. Lester '77, MS '80, is director of field services for the Conservation Science Division of The Nature Conservancy in Arlington, Va., Amy, Scardiglia husband Mark, and sons Alexander and Camilo, live in Falls Church, Va.
William G. Sweeney '77, JD '80, is stationed at the Naval Legal Service Office in Jacksonville, Fla.. Captain Sweeney joined the Navy in 1980.
Deborah LaCounte Wetsit '78, Ed.D. '92, Which recently appointed to the Montana Board of Regents to complete the vacancy created When Colleen Conroy of Hardin retired. Deborah, a member of the Assiniboine Tribe, was a UM faculty member and is currently the program manager for Shared Visions Project: Circles of Care, a counseling service for Indian foster children in Billings, where she Resides.
Marcia Herrin, a '79 graduate in home economics, Earned her doctorate at Columbia. She was hired as a nutrition professor at UM just as did department closed in the mid-1980s. Marcia went on to Dartmouth where she founded and now heads the Eating Disorders Education, Prevention and Treatment Program. In April, Marcia Discussed eating disorders with Katie Couric on the Today Show and in article published in People magazine.
Russell W. Lawrence '79 and his wife, Jean M. Matthews '80, celebrated the 25th anniversary of Their Hamilton book store, Chapter One Books, and Their 21st wedding anniversary in April. Russ and Jean bought the store 13 years ago, and say it's still fun. "The customers who come in are, by and large, well-read and intelligent people, " Russ says, "the kind of people you want to spend your time with every day."

'80s


Terry L. Hetrick, Ph.D. '80, Is the new president of Dawson Community College in Glendive. He received his bachelor's degree from Carroll College and master's degree from MSU-Northern. Terry what vice president for instruction at Otero Junior College in La Junta, Colo., Before returning to Montana.
Timothy B. Starry '80 received the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for his achievements as on aviation safety officer. Timothy joined the Marines in 1980 and serves as Chief of Naval Aviation Training at the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Randal JF Miller '81 writes: "After ten years, I left my position with the city of Portland and joined Turner Construction Company as a business development manager." He and his wife, Christine, and sons, Matthew and Joe, live in West Linn, Oregon. "I Encourage any past UM colleagues to contact me at randym@teleport.com."
Site Marla St. Clair Shoemaker '81 writes did her photograph, "Just African Lion in the Sun, " Appears on the International Library of Photography Web. Marla and her family live in Manhattan, Kansas.
Sara S. Foland, MS '82, president and CEO of Farallon Energy Group in Denver, which named executive director / chief executive officer of the Geological Society of America. A GSA member since 1983, Sara says, "GSA is all about science, stewardship and service. We see ourselves as stewards of earth-science knowledge and of the Earth itself." Sarah wants to complete her doctorate in tectonics at the University of California-Santa Cruz next year.
John Anthony Blavatsky '85, JD '93, and Jacqueline Renee Scatena were married this spring. They both practice law in Phoenix.
Joyce H. Brusin, MFA '85, coordinates on-campus events for the UM Alumni Association. So she works as a freelance writer and editor. Her first published essay, "Memorization: A Childhood on the San Francisco MUNI, " which Appeared at Manoa: A Pacific Journal of International Writing About What nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Jody Noffsinger Hellegaard '85 is the new director of fiscal services at MSU-Northern. Judy and Kevin Hellegaard '85, who owns and Operates the Dairy Queen in Havre, have two children, Karla and Zachary.
Steven Majstorovic '85, MA '87, is a political science professor at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pa..
Martha Sheehy '85, JD '88, received the American Bar Association's annual John Minor Public Service and Professionalism Award for her pro bono Contributions. Martha, a partner at Anderson & Liechty in Billings, has worked to expand low-income residents' access to the justice system since 1995. She helped raise the number of active pro bono lawyers in Montana from 93 to 600 since 1995. At the awards ceremony in April, what Martha cited as one who "demons trates did public service is - Although a road less traveled - Populated by truly extraordinary travel travelers." Martha is married to Sidney R. Thomas, JD '78.
Thomas Charles Nicholson '87, associate vice president and assistant cashier at DA Davidson & Co. in Great Falls, recently served as chairman of the United Way of Cascade County. Tom and his wife, Barbara, have two sons, Zach and Alex, and a new daughter, McKenzie Shea, born May 3
John Michael Courtney '87 what promoted to major in the Army while serving a one-year, unaccompanied tour in Seoul, South Korea. In August he Transferred to Fort Bliss, Texas, to join his wife, Patricia, and Their three children.
Karyn Love Dona Dona Stefano '87 married on March 20 in Milan, Italy.
Natalie Munden Ringland '87 and her husband, John, moved to Alaska's Kenai Peninsula last summer after seven years in the Arctic, wherethey worked for the local government and the school district. They work full-time for Their Own Companies, Touch Alaska, offering technology consulting and interactive media design. "We live in paradise, " writes Natalie. "The Kenai Peninsula is home to the world famous Kenai River king salmon. The world record is 97 pounds. And that's no fish story!"
Carl L. Wackerman '88 has begun his third year as choral and band director at International Community School in Bangkok, Thailand. ICS serves the Thai and expatriate community in Bangkok.

'90s


Frank D'Angelo '90 which recently named vice president, financial consultant and assistant branch manager of DA Davidson's Missoula office.
Steven N. Dorfman, MA'90, assistant professor of aerospace studies at Kansas State University, which one of eight faculty members to receive a $ 500 William L. Stamey Award for teaching excellence and advising. A faculty members since 1996, Maj. Dorfman therefore commands the Air Force ROTC cadets at KSU.
Stefani Gray Hicswa '91 is interim director for Flathead Valley Community College's Lincoln County Campus in Libby. During her eight years at FVCC, Stefani was a continuing education instructor and adviser for at Upward Bound. So she has done consulting for the U.S. Department of Education. Stefani is married to Scott Thomas Hicswa '90, a forester in the Flathead Valley.
Dennis W. Gaub, MBA '92, Operates The Internet mentor, providing Internet Training and technical assistance to customers' homes or offices. A Billings resident, so Dennis is an independent representative for Big Planet, to Internet-based technology company.
Christine Marie Higle '92, MBA '95, and Jeffrey Berke were married April 3 in Las Vegas. They reside in Castle Rock, Colo.., And work at Centrobe.
Anne Meegan Kriley '92 has joined the Missoula office of DA Davidson & Co. as a financial consultant. Office Meegan formerly worked in the company's Great Falls.
Morry Clark Matson '93, who produced his first opera in 1994, is the founder and executive director of the Rimrock Opera Company of Billings. ROC debuts this November with the Alberta Bair Theater Barber of Seville, featuring baritone Pablo Elvira as Figaro and UM music faculty member Anne Basinski as Rosina. "I look back on my college years at UM with great fondness, " Morry writes. "I received a world-class education there and want my alma mater to get a hunk of the glory from our high profile debut production."
Benjamin Phillip Doan '94, MA '97, and Yvette Marie Schaach were married April 24 at Cascade. Benjamin is employed by San Diego County.
Stephanie J. Frostad, MFA '94, held a June exhibit of her paintings, "Love Stories, " at the Davidson Galleries in Seattle.
Simon Crawford Lazar '95 and Jennifer were married February 14 at Marshall Mountain Ski Lodge in Missoula. Simon is a paramedic with the Missoula Emergency Services. Jennifer is working toward a degree as a medical technician at UM.
Timothy William Kuney '95 and Tina G. Chiampas '96 were married May 15 at the Crazy Mountain Ranch near Clyde Park dentist They live in Dillon where Tim is director of information systems for Great Harvest Franchising and Tina works for a local. Tim's photo Appeared recently in a nationwide print ad campaign for Microsoft and Great Harvest Bread.
Pat L. Murphy '95, '98. After 27 years of working at the University, now Pat is a 4-H extension agent with the Missoula County Extension Service.
George Richard Price, MA '96, co-edited To Heal the Scourge of Prejudice: The Life and Writing of Hosea Easton, University of Massachusetts Press. George teaches Native American studies at UM and Salish Kootenai College.
David Clark Dickenson '96 and Tammy Jeanette St. Cyr, MS '96, were married May 15 in Great Falls. They live in Calgary, Alberta, where Tammy is a pharmacist and Dave is quarterback for the Calgary Stampeders.
Regan Williams '97 and his wife, Nami, announce the birth of Their first child, Austin Musashi Williams, born on June 16 Oki Iceland, Japan. Regan taught two years with the Japan Exchange and Teaching program (JET), an experience he highly recommends. In August the family moved to Dallas, Texas, where Regan attends law school at Southern Methodist University.
Michael Shamus Kirschbaum '97 and his wife, Julie glass of cherry, a former UM nursing student, live in Kirchheim, Germany. An English major, ROTC commissioned officer and second lieutenant, Cherry serves as executive officer of a personnel services battalion in Heidelberg. "When we get the chance to travel We usually take day trips to the area quaint towns just to see what theyhave to offer, " Shamus writes. "Each town has its own personality - [Richard] Hugo might have called them. 'Triggering towns'" When he received the Heidelberg Symposium and alumni gathering invitation, Shamus vowed to attend. "Great to see familiar faces and for a moment feel like I was back in Montana again, " he wrote.
Blair Anthony Gullo Bohn '98 and Michelle were married March 28 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Blair works for Kal-distributor of Kalispell, Mont. The couple Resides in Eureka.
Amy Lane Mannix Mannix '98 and Ryan were married March 27 in Las Vegas. Amy is a closing agent and marketing representative for First Montana Title Company in Missoula.
Josh J. Sticka '98 began studying rural medicine and pediatrics this case at the University of Washington Medical School.

New Alumni Association Life Members


Janet Simmons Bazzett '83, Corvallis, Ore.
Robert D. Blanchet '74, Billings
Jo A. Breneman '93, Walla Walla, Wash..
William Chord '68, Anchorage, Alaska
Alan M. Dunham '57, Union, Wash.
Clyde Frederickson '54, Dallas, Texas
Elizabeth A. Gilbert '68, Spokane, Wash..
Daniel Goldsmith, Sedona, Ariz.
Neuwerth Karyl Goldsmith '80, Sedona, Ariz.
Alan Guanell '86, Idaho Falls, Idaho
Nathan Harrell '95, Portland, Ore.
Renny Hellickson '96, Kalispell
Robert Hoene '70, Bigfork
Charles Holbrook '78, East Glacier Park
Vicki Holbrook, East Glacier Park
Albert Howell '64, Larkspur, Colo..
John Litvin '93, Fayetteville, NC
Mary Louise Mark, '85 Grand Rapids, Minnesota.
Doug Miller '72, Phoenix
William Mitchell '61, Dillon
Stuart C. Nicholson '59, Great Falls
Carina low Mier '92, Bozeman
John Niemi '65, Littleton, Colo.
Jeff O'Brien '83, Kalispell
Sandra Lippert Orendain '83, Encinitas, Calif.
Dirk Peterson '94, Poplar
Shannon Frantzick Peterson '92, Poplar
DeAnna Poling Gross '81, Issaquah, Wash.
Robert Raffety '66, Missoula
John Reynolds '63, Cut Bank
Linda Reynolds, Cut Bank
Jeanine Jenkins Roadhouse '72, Austin, Texas
David Mustard '78, St. Paul, Minn.
Terry Symmes, Missoula
Weymouth Symmes '73, Missoula
Eugene Tidball '53, Boulder, Colo.
Dean Vinal '42, Hamilton
Virginia Young Vinal '48, Hamilton
Teresa Welch '98, Minneapolis, Minn.
Encourage other UM alumni and friends to become life members of the Alumni Association. Call us at (800) 862-5862 for more information.

In Memoriam


In order for names to be included in In Memoriam, the Alumni Association requires a newspaper obituary or a letter of notification from the immediate family.
We extend sympathy to the families of the Following Following alumni, friends and faculty: Pauline Powell Tobey '21, Kalispell
Mildred Himes Grawe '22, Kalispell
Fergus Eleanor McClure '23, Sequim, Wash..
Mary Doris Doherty Johnson '24, Bozeman
Mary Katherine "Kash" Felt Roach '26, Anaconda
Maddock Margaret Anderson '27, Missoula
Wallace S. Blue X'27, Glasgow
Robert C. Guthrie '29, Hon.D. '47, Phoenix
Ernest G. Lake '29, Laguna Beach, Calif.
Franklin Griffith Meeker '29, Naples, Fla.
Kenneth W. Good Sr. '31, Columbus
Ruth Crosby Anderson '32, MA '33, Bozeman
Leah Stewart Brickett '32, Helena
Franklin A. Long '32, MA '32, Ph.D. '63 Hon, Claremont, Calif..
Thomas E. Mooney '32, Las Vegas
Willard Charles Paulson '33, Spokane, Wash.
Gladys Linnea Larson Cooney '34, Helena
Catherine Marie Mead Lofgren '34, Salem, Ore.
Gaylord W. Barnhill '35, Missoula
Grace Frances Doggett Bielenberg x'35, Polson
Ruth Keenan Harris '35, Austin, Texas
Robert Dean "Bob" King x'35, Lakeside
Gertrude Mueller valley Loeffler '36, Missoula
Ralph C. Henry x'37, Helena
Beulah Anderson Stordock x'38, Missoula
George A. Dickman x'38, Missoula
John F. Hill '38, Salt Lake City
Henry E. Hoellein '38, Butte
Richard Lyndon Pope '38, North Branford, Conn..
Ernest Robert Anderson '39, San Diego
John M. Antonich '39, Prescott, Arizona.
G. Curtis Hesler '39, Missoula
Wayne Lindgren '39, Kent, Wash.
Henry R. Loeffler x'39, Missoula
Dwight N. Mason '39, Sequim, Wash..
Robert Vincent Kaiser '40, Santa Maria, Calif..
Ray J. "Bud" Lawrence X'40, Helena
David O. X'40 spear, Helena
Marie E. Trekell Wilson '40, Fresno, Calif.
Bruce Campbell Babbitt '41, JD '47, Niceville, Fla.
EffiEllen Jeffries '41, San Francisco
Thomas C. Mather '41, Great Falls
John T. Wood '41, Missoula
Daniel Dykstra '42, Helena
Franklin Quentin Johnson '42, Helena
Eleanor Thompson Landryx'42, Hamilton
James David Mitchell, MA '42, Billings
Charlotte Mellor Weaver '42, Bakersfield, Calif.
John R. Armstrong x'43, Missoula
Almarie Parker MacDonald x'43, Seattle
Charlotte Scott Brim '44, Corpus Christi, Texas
Earl G. Athearn x'46, Helena
Norma Marie Grasse ski Marra '46, Great Falls
Michael J. "Mack" Hughes '47, JD '49, Helena
Earl D. Lovick '47, Libby
Ralph Warren Bergstrom '48, M.Ed. '60, Portland, Ore.
Edward Ericson Minty '48, Sun Lakes, Arizona.
LeAnne Turcott Neil '48, Kingston, Idaho
Marcus J. Sternhagen '48, Palmer, Alaska
Reva Wilson McLaughlin '48, Drummond
Keith A. Armstrong '49, St. Ignatius
Arnold A. Berger, JD '49, Billings
Michael Gordon "Mickey" Chilton, JD '49, Spokane, Wash.
Gerald Neil Taylor '49, Bonita, Calif.
Richard S. "putt" Poitras x'49, Green Valley, Ariz.
Gerald F. "Jerry" Buller '50, Sitka, Alaska
Calvin C. Fultz X'50, Fort Benton
Steven Lyle Vralsted '50, Great Falls
Roger P. Warford '50, Polson
Walter W. Miller '51, Missoula
John W. Ballard, M.Ed. '52, Kalispell
Duane Leo Marchildon x'52, Great Falls
Joan Gibson Mercereau Sweitzer '52, MA '54, Wellborn, Fla..
Earl Frederick "Fred" Westman '52, Longview, Wash.
Carole Burnett Patricia Emerick '53, Clackamas, Ore.
Algeroy Robert Lee "Bob" LeClair '53, Billings
Robert E. Mammen '53, Reno, Nev.
Donna Mae Pitts Veitch x'53, Laurel
Sterling G. Graeter '54, Kalispell
Bernard "Ben" Helgeson '54, Billings
Marcia Oechsli Tidball '54, Newport Beach, Calif..
Robert O. Yurko '54, Great Falls
Mary Muirhead Myrdal Staley '55, Pomona, Calif..
Armond S. Pepe '55, Missoula
Virginia Ann Crocker Veal '56, Shelby
Alice Schultz Plummer '56, Clinton
Bruce Hilton Patrick, MA '57, Livingston
Leanora Elizabeth Taylor '57, M.Ed. '62, Eugene, Ore.
William H. Frey '58, Berkeley, Calif..
Nicholas T. Haburchak, M.Ed. '58, Great Falls
Lela Almeta William Lindburg '58, Ronan
June Harbolt McBride '58, Klamath Falls, Ore..
Melba Burk Nichols '58, M.Ed. '69, Missoula
Donald A. Nitz, MA '58, Fairfield, Iowa
Frederick Robert "Bob" Palin '58, Littleton, Colo.
Robert Alan "Bob" Thorson '58, MA '59, Columbus, Ohio
Eva C. Goetschius, M.Ed. '61, San Rafael, Calif..
Robert Lucas '61, Santa Rosa, Calif.
Larry A. DesRoches '62, Kamiah, Idaho
Michael Allyn Lavin '62, Helena
Gladys E. Cumley Costello '63, Stevensville
Rhetta Dorothy Bohn, MA '64, Great Falls
Harold William Coder, JD '64, Great Falls
Joan H. Hodgson, MA '64, Missoula
Barbara Berland Katherine Bruner '65, Conrad
James L. Forman '65, Bellevue, Wash.
William Robert "Rat" Ranstrom x'66, Missoula
Donald Lee Dooley '67, Helena
Ina May deashers Armstrong '67, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Unda Peterson Osher '68, Polson
Helen Wirtala Tuomi '68, Great Falls
Donna Kirk Heffington '69, JD '81, Alberton
Richard Wesley Eddy Jr. '71, JD '74, Centreville, Va.
Gertrude Sjodahl Shields '71, Anaconda
John C. Miller, JD '72, Elko, Nev..
Michael J. Winning Hoff '75, Philipsburg
Previs Joyce Darlene Johnson '77, Missoula
Carol Mitchell Ragland-Mueller, JD '77, Missoula
Daniel T. Fox, Ph.D. '81, Missoula
Douglas D. Eisinger '82, Healy, Alaska
Emanuel Vincent "Mick" Barone '83, Glendale, Nev.
Paula Marie Locati '89, Bozeman
Scott James Sekora '92, Helena
Zhang Zhigang, MA '93, Anhui, China
Stephen E. Cannon, MA '94, Ph.D. '97, Missoula
Michael Dale Isakson, JD '94, Kalispell
Robert Bruce Ammons, Missoula
Ward R. Bourret, Missoula
Stephen Burgad, Missoula
Nan Cooke Carpenter, Thomasville, Ga.
WR Coombs, Pablo
Robert W. Coonrod, Seattle
Gordon L. Doering, Palm Desert, Calif.
Leif Erickson, Missoula
Dorothy H. Fargher, Butte
James E. Hellier, Delray, Fla..
JD Holmes, Helena
Henry K. Lembke, Missoula
Thelma T. Mufich, Butte
Annetta D. Nielsen, Missoula
Ronald Ray Rennick, Missoula
Leonard W. Robinson, Missoula
Mildred Walker Schemm, Brattleboro, Vt..
Oramel Ainsworth Seager, Billings
Robert John Slater, Big Arm
Forest L. "Pappy" Tupper, Missoula
Lehrman Verna Welch, Missoula

Source: www2.umt.edu

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  • Avatar betty Child Protective Services help! What will happen if CPS is contacted?
    May 16, 2007 by betty | Posted in Other - Politics & Government

    Situation: three kids (siblings) I work with, ages 10, 11, 16. Two girls, one boy. All adopted through highly-reputable agency. 16-yr-old: has been self-mutilating for several years after being molested by older boy. Bee …Kids do not sleep with sheets on bed, and they are rarely required to bathe. Dirty clothes, dirty hair. Parents pretend nothing is wrong. They don't do drugs, but have just lost control and won't admit there's a problem.

    • Personally it wouldn't hurt and I would , after what happened to those kids that all died from a very disturbed child with problems like you stated GO FOR IT PLEASE! you just might save a persons life and that would be awsome!

  • Avatar SHIVA What action can be taken aginst parents specially mother who neglects her child because of her laziness?
    Jun 18, 2009 by SHIVA | Posted in Parenting

    If a small child of ten to eleven is subjected to physical mental and financial torture specially at hands of mother when her husband is away for work ,what action can be taken against her....is it possible to prove that …his question is not for me it is for someone i know
    i am not taking it lightly but her family is scarred of her ...and if they will not take any action it is difficult for me to prove what is going in their family.

    • Don't take this lightly, it is a serious situation that I believe is happening too regularly. Please, if you know of a situation, call Child Services. If something bad should happen to the child/ren, it will be on your conscience.

      NB. Where I'm from you can also be held liable for negligence (that is, knowing of but not preventing or attempting to assist).