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John Mart Simmons '32, visited the Academy this Summer along with his wife, two daughters and niece. During his visit, he reflected upon his memories of the campus when he was here, as well as the teachers and some students. Being away for so long, the campus had changed, although some places were familiar. John lives in Mountville, SC, and was a cattle farmer there. In 1987, he was selected as South Carolina Farmer of the Year.
Clay Campbell '66, recently contacted the school. He is president of Barclay Landscape Management, Inc. in Seneca, SC. He is interested in hearing from anyone from his class.
Bill Johnson '78, wrote to COL Hovey to catch up on the years. He is senior scientist on Drug-Metabolism for Schering-Plough Research Institute. He received his B.S. degree in chemical engineering at Auburn University, his M.S. is research and engineering administration at George Washington University, and his Ph.D. in biochemistry at the University of Maryland. Congratulations to Dr. Johnson on his accomplishments.
James 0. Moore '32, was recently featured in the Smithtown News (NY) for his continuing battle for taxpayers rights. For ten years, he has worked for fair and equitable rules regarding Individual Retirement Account withdrawals. Jim and his wife attended our big celebration in May, and enjoyed being back on the campus.
past librarian for LWMA, died on May 27. She is survived by her daughter, one sister, one brother, two grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. She will be remembered by many former cadets and will be missed.
The Alumni Association has adopted as its official website the following:
LWMA - Sll
Alumni Home Page
Phillip Potts ('63) Brian V. Brunner ('64) firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the generosity of Tim and Cindy Parker, the Alumni Office has a new computer with Windows 98 on it. The new technology will benefit the office in many ways. Thank you from the Alumni Association for your gift! Christmas came early!
Compiled and edited by Mrs. Dorothy Moore('54)
and Phillip Potts