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Sentinel Alumni News February, 1999


ALUMNI NEWS

Charles Sanford '48, is retired from Kimberly Clark after 39 years of service. He lives in Childersburg, AL. He enjoys his three children and six granddaughters.

Horace Brock '52, lives in Jacksonville, FL. He and his grandson, Chris Cheney, class of '94, enjoyed their visit to the campus last May. Horace is retired from the U.S. Air Force and from the U.S. Government (DOD).

Richard Hahn '59, currently works for Computer Technology. He is retired from the Department of Defense and also retired from the Army Reserve as a Lt. Col. Richard has the distinction of being a student at LWMA from 1953-1959; being the only senior that year(1959), he lived on campus and attended classes at Camp Hill Public High School. (Read more about the Class of '59 in the story: Low Enrollment - One Graduate by Richard Hahn '59 )

Jerry Keel '77, currently lives in Montgomery, AL, where he is employed with the Montgomery Police Department. He has made several foreign mission trips to Ecuador, Brazil, and Mexico. He also serves on the board of directors for a Christian youth organization.

Jim Combs '83, and his wife announce the birth of a new baby boy, Lawrence Joseph, on Feb. 11, 1999. His parents and brother welcome him into the family. Congratulations to all of them.

Ivy Robichaux, III '92, is in his second year of college studying business and marketing. He and his wife live in Mooresville, NC.

Kevin Hay '95, was recently selected Outstanding Air Force ROTC Cadet at Auburn University. Congratulations to him on this achievement. He is a former Drum Major at LWMA.


TAPS

Eunice Langley, class of 1922, died on Feb. 15, 1999. Burial was on Feb. 18 in Camp Hill. She was secretary and bookkeeper to Dr. Ward for several years. She is survived by several nieces and nephews and one sister-in-law.

Nellie Stanrield Goodman, class of 1938, died on Dec. 9, 1998. She taught school for many years in both private and public schools. Her influence made a difference in the lives of her students.

Paul Howard McQueen, Sr., class of 1938, was buried on Dec. 8, 1998, in Arab Memorial Cemetery, Arab, AL. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth, three daughters, one son, one sister, two brothers, and seven grandchildren.


Keep in touch with the Alumni Office with your news and change of addresses. We would love to hear from all of you.

Mrs. Dorothy Moore
LWMA Alumni Association
P. O. Drawer 550
Camp Hill, Alabama 36850-0550

Phone: (256) 896-2907 or (256) 869-4217
Fax: (256) 869-4661