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The McKendrean 




REFERENCE 

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McKendree CoMega 
Lebanon. IL 622541 



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McKendree 
College 




Yearbook Staff 



Look back on these years, for these years, 
and these years alone are life. In the brief 
course of these years lies all the varieties 
and realities of your existence: the joy of 
growth, the splendor of beauty, the glory of 
action. 






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lived, makes each yesterday a memorial of 
happiness, and each tomorrow a dream of 
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and years alone, are life. 







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If I could save time in a bottle, 
the first thing that I'd like to do, 
Is to save everyday till eternity 
passes away, 

just to spend them with you . . . 
Jim Croce 




'80 HOMECOMING COURT; Terry Davinroy, Beth Gollinger, Jim Rogers, Janet Klein, Larry Beerman, Che- 
ryl Potthast, Andy Kassebaum, Queen Marchelle Mueller, Stan Elfrink, Retiring Queen Tracy Zimmerman, 
Katie Manion, Ty Leder, Marcia Morgan, Charlie Caciano 



THOSE 

WHO 

ATTENDED . . . 




Mary Ann Fry 


Vera Jones 


Robin Lee 


Ann IVIeyer 


Kim Heilig 


Brian Lindsay 


IVIike Dunnigan 


Don Austin 


Mike Reddy 


Jim Johnson 




Kim McCaw 


Cindy Ptacek 


Lesi 


le Walthers 


Linda Horras 


Karen Kelemetc 


Butch Lewis 


Jeff Brasel 


Neil 


Burgard 


Frank Evans 


John Revenue 





Tammy Botwinski Lisa Demaree 

John Marbinkowski Kenny Runkle 



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Kathy Smithe Shern Holley 

Kevin Woody Scott Hilmes 



Leesa Ruetershan 
Rod Herrin 



Beth Wingate 
Kerry Baugher 



Dorothy Richardson 
Brian Barton 




Elaine Laws 
Kirk Arbogast 



Anita Gaska 
Chas Younger 



Janet Orrell 
Bill McHale 



Tanya Russell 
Jay Sabo 



Cindy Palazzollo 
Jim Hefner 




Marcy Tierney 
Jeff Lanter 



Kathleen Pensoneau 
Richard Kurtz 



Rosa Isern 
Tony Di-Tucci 



Margie Lipe 
Luis Yevara 



Donna Hobson 
Norton Newcomb 




Donna Austin 
Dale Hurster 



Theresa Henkin 
Keith Zeeb 



Isabel Perez 
Leonando Diaz 



Sherry Surber 
Kay Thielen 



Susan Cardenas 
Luis Olivores 




Mary Haake 
Rick Sotiropoulos 



Chisto Fares 
Zoraida Diaz 



Larie Hoock 
Kevin Elbe 



Maria Cardenas 
Aaron Toro 



Maria Aquino 
Guillermo Aquino 



SENIORS 

JUNIORS 

SOPHOMORES 

FRESHMEN 

ADMINISTRATION 

FACULTY 

STAFF 

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SENIORS 



1. Betty Ahlers 
Nashville, IL 
English, BA 



2. Kevin Craig Albertina 
Collinsville, IL 
Business Adm., BBA l 

3. Kerry Baugher, Jr. 
Tamms, IL 
Physical Ed., BS 



4. Debbie Blackburn 
Belleville, IL 

Political Science, BA 3 

5. Michael Joseph Delia 
St. Louis, MO 
Management, BBA 



6. Deborah K. Brooks 
Belleville, IL 
Business Adm., BBA 5 





1. Daniel C. Dobbins 
Pittsfield, IL 
Accounting/Bus. Adm., BBA 



2. Linda Eckert 
Belleville, IL 
Accounting/Bus. Adm., BBA 

3. Marilyn Louise Elder 
Chicago, IL 
Political Science, BA 



4. Stanley Elfrink 
Cahokia, IL 

Marketing/ Bus. Adm., BBA 

5. Debra A. Erwin 
O'Fallon, IL 
Elementary Ed., BS 



6. Carolyn Fairfield 
Jacksonville, IL 
English, BA 



1. Kenneth M. Featherling 
Freeburg, IL 
Criminal Justice, BA 



2. Margaret Fitzpatrick 
Trenton, IL 
Elementary Ed., BS 

3. Tammy Bernreuter Frey 
Collinsville, IL 
Physical Ed., BS 



4. Mary Ann Fry 
Belleville, IL 
Elementary Ed., BS 

5. P. Craig Gardner 
OIney, IL 
Management'Bus. Adm., BBA 



6. Eddie L Hall 
St. Louis, MO 
Criminal Justice, BA 





1. Gary Haverman 
Fairview Heights, IL 
Business Adm., BBA 



2. Rodney Jay Herrin 
Benton, IL 
Chemistry, BS 



3. Linda Leigh Hester 
Waltonville, IL 



4. Carol Edelmann Hill 
Belleville, IL 
Business Adm., BBA 

5. Scott Jerome Hilmes 
Belleville, IL 
IVlarketing/ Bus. Adm., 3BA 



6. Francis IVI. Hogg 
Aviston, IL 
Marketing/ Bus. Adm., BBA 



1. James M. Johnson 
Belleville, IL 
Accounting/Bus. Adm., BBA 



2. Nancy K. Jones 
Cahokia, IL 
Math, BS 



3. Andrew Jon Kassebaum 
Belleville, IL 
Physical Ed. -BS/ Math-Minor 



4. Gail Sue Killion 
Maryville, IL 
Marketing, BBA 

5. Janet Kay Klein 
Trenton, IL 

Marketing 'Bus. Adm., BBA 



6. Richard C. Kurtz 
Waterloo, IL 
Accounting/ Bus. Adm., BBA 





1. Steven Lanter 
Belleville, IL 
Education, BS 



2. Lisa Ann Lawson 
Villa Grove, IL 
Business Adm., BBA 

3. Brian Lindsay 
Fairview Heights, IL 
IVIarketing Bus. Adm., BBA 



4. Alicia Francine Madison 
Alton, IL 

Marketing Management, BBA 

5. William Thomas Manion 
Marine, IL 

Marketing/ Bus. Adm., BBA 



6. Jennifer S. Maserang 
Troy, IL 
Marketing, BBA 



1. Kathryn Lenore Mecord 
Marion, IL 
Pshchology, BA 



2. Ann Marie Meyer 
Collinsville, IL 

Accounting Bus. Adm., BBA 1 

3. Marchelle L. Mueller 
Belleville, IL 

Parks & Recreation Phy. Ed. BS 



4. Janet Orrell 
Mascoutah, IL 
Elementary Ed., BS 




5. Tom Piatchek 
St. Louis, MO 
Marketing, BBA 



6. Cheryl Potthast 
Pierron, IL 
Marketing/ Bus. Adm., BBA 





1. Shirley Grab Saia 
Belleville, IL 
Accounting/ Bus. Adm., BBA 



2. Roger David Schallom 
St. Louis, MO 
Marketing/Management, BBA 

3. John D. Schene, Jr. 
St. Louis, MO 
Marl<eting, BBA 



4. Martha Mary Schilling 
New Athens, IL 
Hist. Pol. Sci.-BS- Bus. -Minor 



5. Marietta J. Smith 
Breese, IL 
Elementary Ed., BS 



6. Kathleen A. Scott 
O'Fallon, IL 
Elementary Ed., BS 



1. Gregory H. Thomure 
Belleville, IL 
Business Adm., BBA 



2. Patricia Ellen Visintine 
Fairview Heights, IL 
Accounting/ Bus. Adm., BBA 

3. Cynthia L. Voegele 
Highland, IL 
Management/ Bus. Adm., BBA 



4. Rebecca Lynn Wiley 
Macoutah, IL 

Chemistry— BS/ Biology— Minor 3 

5. Vicki Lynn Williams 
Belleville, IL 
Chemistry/Bus. Adm., Mkt., BS 



6. Chas Younger 
Belleville, IL 
Criminal Just. /Pol. Sci., BS 





JUNIORS 

1. Bart Allen 

2. Brenda Baker 

3. Karen Beck 



4. Anita Bochantin 

5. Charlie Caciano 

6. Mark Canada 



7. Kent Cornell 

8. Jim Compton 

9. Judy Cox 



10. Becky Kuchta 

11. Jodie Davidson 

12. Mike Dunnigan 



1. Tina Edwards 

2. Toni Edwards 

3. Gene Risk 



4. Gwen Fre'derking 

5. Gwen Catling 

6. Cole Gaebe 



7. Janey Haentzler 

8. Elaine Heidenreich 

9. Susan Mines 



10. Patty Huber 

11. Lori Joellenbeck 

12. Verna Jones 



'WIT 





1. Elaine Laws 

2. David Lepper 

3. IVlicl<ey Macaluso 



4. Katie Manion 

5. Toni Martin 

6. Pat Meyer 



7. Nancy Nolan 

8. Dudley Pace 

9. Jim RafFerty 



10. Mike Reddy 

11. Vincent Rhodes 

12. Sharon Schmidt 






1. Kathy Smithe 

2. Judy Streb 

3. Lewis Toms 



4. Greg Wallace 

5. Barb Welle 

6. Keith Zeeb 



SOPHOMORES 




2. Linda Bailey 


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1. Sherry Cusick 

2. Terry Davinroy 

3. John Dozier 



4. Jeff Eschenfelder 

5. Laura Eckert 

6. Micheal Fore 



7. Beth Gollinger 

8. Tom Hadia 

9. Rhonda Hatridge 



10. Kim Heilig 

11. Lorena Incer 

12. Gwen Jones 



1. Brian Kay 

2. Karen Kelemetc 

3. Jeff Lanter 



4. Craig Lasl<e 

5. \/icl<i Lindsey 

6. David Long 



7. Sandy McGehee 

8. Cherryl IVloore 

9. Kip Pabst 



10. Donna Pedtke 

11. Linda Ross 

12. Jay Sabo 





1. Barb Schwemmer 

2. Chris Sirtak 

3. Chris Smith 



FRESHMEN 



1. Joyce Ahner 

2. Donna Austin 

3. Jenny Bailor 



4. Neal Burgard 

5. Tracy Bridges 

6. Tammy Bolwinski 



1. David Boxmeyer 

2. Charlie Brown 

3. Cheryl Bruehl 



4. Tom Burkemper 

5. Lisa Curten 

6. Diane Davis 



7. Lisa Demaree 

8. Charlie Diersen 

9. Tony Di-Tucci 



10. Pat Donahue 

11. Frank Evans 

12. Craig Franklin 







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1. Doug Gool 

2. Mary Grabner 

3. Jennifer Gross 



4. Karen Harper 

5. Ken Mines 

6. Linda Horras 



7. Troy Jeffries 

8. JoAnn Jenner 

9. Robin Lee 



10. Larry Lipe 

11. Mary Manion 

12. Julio Marquezo 



1. Grant Mathews 

2. Kim McCaw 

3. William McEntee 



4. Dave Meddows 

5. Karen IVleder 

6. Dan Meyer 



7. Marcia Morgan 

8. Steve Mounts 

9. Linda Murphy 



10. Walter Pagan 

11. Bernadette Przygoda 

12. Curt Scherck 





1. Curt Schuchardt 

2. Caren Schwerdtfeger 

3. Lena Serbenuik 



4. Tim Stewart 
5^ Mike Streb 
6. Kevin Thomas 




7. Andrea Turner 



Anna Turner 



9. Leslie Walters 



10. Johnna Wells 

11. Ellen Wright 

12. Mary Ann Wunderlich 



ADMINISTRATION 



Gerrit J. TenBrink, Ed.D. (1) 
President of the College and Professor 
of Education 

Glenn R. Wiesner, A.Mus.D. (2) 
Vice-President for Academic Affairs 
and Professor of Music 

Charles L. Berry, M.S. in C. 
Vice-President for Financial Affairs 

Thomas L. Darrah, Ed.D. (3) 
Vice-President for Student Affairs and 
Assistant Professor of Education 

Gary W. Smith, B.S. (4) 
Vice-President for Development 

Helen E. Gilbert, M.S.L.S. 
Librarian and Associate Professor 

Larry W. Yeater, Ph.D. (5) 
Registrar, Director of Institutional 
Research and Assistant Professor of 
Education 

JoAnn B. Montague, Ph.D. 
Dean of Kentucky Center 

Daniel B. Baker, M.S. (6) 
Director of Admissions 

Elva Mines, (7) 

Advanced Institutional Development 
Coordinator and Director of Academic 
Internship and Placement 





FACULTY 



Ted R. Anderson, Ph.D. (1) 

Associate Dean 

Assistant Professor of Biology 

Robert Arneson, IVl.A. 

Coordinator of Criminal Justice Studies 

Instructor in Criminal Justice 

Ronald Black, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English 

Murella Bosse, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor Psychology 

Robert Brown, M.S. 
Professor of Sociology 

Myra Coggeshall, M.T. 
Professor of Medical Technology 

Donald M. Cornell, Jr., M.B.A. (2) 
Instructor in Accounting 

James Drake, M.F.A. 
Assistant Professor of Art 

Diane M. Ellenberger, R.N., M.S. 
Instructor in Nursing 

Patrick Folk, Ph.D. (3) 
Assistant Professor of History 
Occupant: The Samuel Hedding Deneen 
and Charles Samuel Deneen Memorial 
Professorship of Early American 
History 

Glenn H. Freiner, M.M. (4) 
Professor of Music 



Paul S. Funkhouser, Ph.D. (5) 
Associate Professor of Chemistry and 
IVlathematics 

George Hickenlooper, D.F.A. (6) 
Associate Professor of Theatre 

Don Hoist, Ed.D 

Professor of Physical Education 

Marilyn Huxford, M.S. 
Instructor in Criminal Justice 

Mary Anne Idoux, M.A. (7) 
Assistant Professor of Business 

R.E. Douglas Jones, Ph.D. 
Professor of Mathematics 

M. Jean Kirts, M.S. (8) 
Assistant Professor of Physical 
Education 

Nancy Koleson, R.N, M.S.N. 
Instructor in Nursing 

John Kovac, Ph.D. (9) 
Professor of Political Science 

Mary Lenny, R.N. Ph.D. (10) 
Chairman, Division of Nursing 
Associate Professor in Nursing 

Dorothy Stratman-Lucey, R.N., M.S.N. 

(11) 

Instructor in Nursing 

Norman Paul Madsen, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor Religious Studies 
and College Chaplain 



Judith W. Maserand, R.N. 

(12) 

Instructor in Nursing 



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Frederick A. Meyer, Ph.D. (13) 
Chairman, Division of Education 
Associate Professor Education 

Charlen Mitchell, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Education 





Philip W. Neale, Ph.D. (14) 
Associate Professor of Philosophy 

David L. Ottinger, M.F.A. 
Instructor in Art 

Emerial L. Owen, Jr., Ph.D. 
Chairman, Division of Social Sciences 
Professor of Education 

Howard L. Porter, M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

and Physics 

James Rafferty, M.B.A. (15) 
Assistant Professor of Management 

Myron C. Reese, Ph.D. (16) 
Chairman, Division of Science and 
Mathematics 
Professor of Chemistry 

Linda Robinson, R.l\l., M.S.N. (17) 
Instructor in Nursing 

Orville H. Schanz, M.M.Ed. (18) 
Professor of Music 

Peter J. Soto, M.D. 

Professor of Medicine and Medical 

Technology 

Margaret Lee Starr, Ph.D. 
Chairman, Division of Humanities 
Associate Professor of English 

Harry Statham, M.S. (19) 

Assistant Professor of Physical 

Education 

Director of Athletics 

Men's Basketball Coach 

Ronald Tremmel, M.B.A. (20) 
Chairman, Division of Business 
Instructor in Marketing 
Director of Small Business Institute 

David Van Aken, M.A. 
Instructor in English 
Director of E.D.C. 

William G. Walther, Ph.D. (21) 
Assistant Professor Biology 



STAFF 



ACADEMIC AFFAIRS 
Patricia Moll Secretary (1) 

ADMISSIONS 

Lynn Beck Associate Director of 

Admissions (2) 

Phil Boyd Admissions Counselor 

Betty Cornell Secretary (3) 

Janet Mallrich Secretary (4) 

Kent Marty Admissions Counselor 

Dorothy Norwood Secretary 

A.I.D.P. 

Patricia Paradis Secretary/Accounting 

Assistant 

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 
Debra Corlett Secretary (5) 
Tammy Frey Secretary 
Carmen Edwards Director of 
Intramurals; Head Coach for Women's 
Volleyball, Basketball and Softball 

BOOKSTORE 

David Munoz Manager (6) 

CAREER, INTERNSHIP, 

PLACEMENT 

Cindy Hemmel Secretary 





COMMUNICATIONS, CENTER 
Mike Action Printer 
Gladys Hess Records Assistant (7) 
Rutheiien Pegg Director 

COMPUTER CENTER 

Joe Delsignore Assistant Programmer 

Howard Porter Director 

Jill Weil Secretary/Assistant to 

Director 

DEVELOPMENT 

Roxanne Bynum Secretary to Director 

of Special Fund Drive 

Anne Meyer Director of Public 

Relations (8) 

Brenda Pehle Director of Alumni 

Relations (9) 

Jim Pehle Sports Information Director 

Alma Weik Assistant for Gifts and 

Alumni Archives (10) 

Doris Wolfslaw Secretary (11) 

EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 
Elaine Lindsey Secretary 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 

CENTER 

Paula Wyss Technical Assistant 



ENGLISH AS A SECOND 

LANGUAGE 

Terry Brownell Director 

Rosa Isern Instructor 

FINANCIAL AFFAIRS 

Sharon Brownfield Accounts Payable 

Clerk (12) 

Mary Cox Accounts Receivable Clerk 

(13) 

Judith Morgan Accountant (14) 

Deborah Neider Payroll Clerk 

Mary Ann Newcomb Secretary (15) 

Daniel O'Hara Accountant 

Linda Woolery Switchboard Opperator 

FINANCIAL AIDS 

A.J. Woods Director 

LaDoris Weber Secretary (16) 

HEALTH SERVICES 

Mary Francis Dalor R.N. Nurse (17) 

LIBRARY 

Patricia Burger Secretary (18) 

Malanie Schoenborn Library Assistant 

(19) 

C. David Rota Public Services 

Librarian (20) 

NURSING 

Sue Davis Secretary (21) 





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Chris Becker Secretary (22) 

Boyd Davis Chief of Security (23) 

Jeanne Davis Custodian 

Tom Dorencamper iVlaintenance 

Mary Eisel Custodian 

Rick Eisel Custodian 

John Fisher Locksmith 

David Harpstreit Custodian 

William Harris Groundsman 

Adam Laundry Plumber/Electrician 

Donald Lougeay Carpentar (24) 

George Lyons Air Conditioning/Heating 

(25) 

Michael McDuffy Custodian 

Calvin Mandley Custodial Supervisor 

Gllenn Podesva Custodian 

Norbert Rapp Director 

Joan Schroeder Custodian 

Paulette Scott Custodian 

Becky Thomas Custodian 

Stewart Webster Custodian 

Harold Zeeb Custodian 

PLANNING, MANAGEMENT AND 

EVALUATION 

Frank Granfield Director 



PRESIDENT 

Ann Zimmerlee Secretary (26) 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 
FOR ADMINISTRATION & STAFF 
Doris Jefferson Director (27) 
Diane Ginder Secretary/Associate Dean 

REGISTRAR 

Betty Dorencamper Assistant to 
Registrar/Office Manager (28) 
Ingrid Rosenbawn Secretary (29) 

SCOTT AFB 

Ted Schroyer Program Coordinator 

(30) 

SNACK BAR 

Verena Frerl<ing Manager (31) 

Fran Lautenschloger Manager (32) 

SOCIAL SCIENCES DIVISION 
Nancy Ferguson Secretary 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES 
Phyllis Kuhl Director (33) 

STUDENT AFFAIRS 

Leslie Missey Secretary 

Ann Risdon Assistant to Director of 

Academic 

Internship & Placement/Director of 

Student Development (34) 

Valerie Thaxton Director of Student 

Development (35) 




1. Lou Antone 
Junior 

2. Ida Beard 
Sophomore 




KY CENTER 
STUDENTS 



Bill Beaty 

Junior 

Thomas A. Beeson 

Sophomore 

Donald L. Brack 

Senior 



6. Woodrow Bradley, Jr. 
Junior 

7. Ralph Brewer 
Junior 

8. James Burney 
Junior 



9. John F. Charboneau 
Senior 

10. Hal Chase 
Senior 

11. Randolph J. Chavis 
Senior 



Phil Clark 
Senior 
Victorino Felix 

Concepcion 
Senior 
Randy Cook 
Senior 



4. James C. Coppage 
Senior 

5. Ron Covington 
Senior 

6. Donald L. Crawford 
Senior 



7. Zane Crosby 
Senior 

8. Tommy Currie 
Senior 

9. Charles S. Danila, Jr. 
Junior 



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Willie Mae Davis 

Senior 

A.D. Denson, Jr. 

Junior 

Eloise F. Denson 

Sophomore 





Richard L. Eastman 

Senior 

Susan R. 

Farrington 

Sophomore 

William R. Francis 

Junior 



4. Johnnie W. Fred 
Senior 

5. Louis A. Fuentes 
Senior 

6. Jerry D. Glass 
Sophomore 




Larry Graham 

Senior 

Carol R. Gravatte 

Senior 

Dino Haggard 

Sophomore 



10. Terry Hall 
Senior 

11. Bruce Harris 
Sophomore 

12. Holly Hix 
Sophomore 



David A. Jackson, Jr. 

Junior 

Bob Johnson 

Sophomore 

John R. Jones 

Freshman 




Irvin Lyons, Jr. 

Sophomore 

Doug Mamele 

Senior 

William R. Martin 

Sophomore 




7. James W. May 
Senior 

8. Patrick McDonald 
Senior 

9. Robert T. McKnight 
Sophomore 



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Ivan Wayne Meaux 

Senior 

Terry Montgomery 

Senior 

Candace Moore 

Senior 






Ronnie Moore 

Sophomore 

Garry W. Mullins 

Junior 

Roger IVlurphy 

Junior 



4. G.L. Oglesby 
Sophomore 

5. Kenneth Ray Otto 
Senior 

6. Larale Hope Robinson 
Junior 



7. David W. Smith 
Junior 

8. Kate Soergel 
Senior 

9. John David Stacey 
Senior 



10. Deanna C. Stewart 
Sophomore 

11. Jean Strub 
Senior 

12. James L. Toscano 
Freshman 



1. Frank Ulery 
Senior 

2. Al Ward Sophomor 
Sophomore 

3. Michael J. Watts 
Sophomore 



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4. Thomas 
Senior 

5. Carol Willdeboer 
Senior 

6. John D. Williams 
Senior 




7. Michael Williams 
Sophomore 

8. Dale E. Wilson 
Senior 



KY CENTER 
STAFF 







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11. 



JoAnn Montague, Ph.D. 
Dean, KY Centers 
Hershel Finney, M.A. 
Director of Admissions 
Vivian Knott, Secretary 
Louisville Center 





1. Jo-En Scheible-Rider, 

Secretary 

Radcliff Center 



KY CENTER 
FACULTY 




Kendal L. Baughman 
Public Administration 
Paul Berrier 
Business Adm. & Acct. 
Helen Davis 
Business Administration 



5. Millard C. Dunn, Ph.D. 
English & Speech 

6. Robert D. Hess 
Mgt. & Public Adm. 

7. Glen E. Hooker, Jr. 
Management 



8. Mohammad 

Moghadamian 
Mathematics 

9. H. Montague 
Mathematics 

10. Ralph Royster, Ph.D. 
Science 




1. Jeremiah Smith, Ph.D. 
Philosophy & History 

2. Inbum Song, Ph.D. 
Business Adm. 

3. Roger Warnshuis 
Managemant 





SPORTS 



SOCCER 



McKENDREE SOCCER TEAM 1980-81 




(L to R) Tom Piatchek, John Schene, Charlie Diersen, 
Roger Schallom, Mike Streb, Dave Essner, Steve Mounts, 
Tim Adams, Chris Sirtak, Mike Delia, Doug Leavell, Coach 
John Casey, Dan Meyer, Mark Riti, Bill McEntee, Mike 



Hogan, Craig Franklin, Michael Berberich, Jim Hefner, Ron 
Laudel, Tom Burkemper, Matt Chrum, Thomas Maddox, 
Curt Schuchardt. 




OUTSTANDING PLAYERS 




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(left) Mike Hogan in command 




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VOLLEYBALL 



McKENDREE VOLLEYBALL TEAM 1980-81 




(bottom row I to r) Barb Welle, Johnna Wells, Tina Bernreuter, Judy Streb, Cindy Blackmer 
(manager) (top row I ro r) Kathy Smithe, Rhonda Hatridge, Susan Gross, Jennifer Gross, Vicky 
Lindsey, Coach Carmen Edwards. 




Co-captain Kathy Smithe and Coach 
Carmen Edwards 



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OUTSTANDING PLAYERS 




Johnna Wells: MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 
Susan Gross: MOST VALUABLE PLAYER 
Tina Bernreuter: BEST SERVICE RECEPTION 



Nice dink Vicky 




Bump, Set, SPIKE! 
A good routine shown 
by the Lady Bearcats 




A powerful spike by Jennifer Gross (#18) with Susan Gross (#13) and Vicky Lindsey (#17) ready 
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BASKETBALL 



VARSITY TEAM 1980-81 




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1st row: Rod Herrin, Rick Klingelhoefer, Steve Lanter, Kip Pabst, Jeff Lanter, Andy Kassem- 
baum, and Doug Gool, IVIanager. 2nd row: Head Coach Statham, Gary Haverman, Bill Erwin, 
Dan Dobbins, Dave Lepper, Stan Elfrink, John Jankowski, Mike Broadway, and Coach Funkhouser. 



JUNIOR VARSITY 1980-81 




Row 1: Andy Kassembaum, 
Jeff Lanter, Kip Pabst, Tim 
Stewart, Doug Gool, Man- 
ager. Row 2: Assistant 
Coach Funkhouser, Chris 
Ellis, Dave Lepper, Bill 
Erwin, Mike Broadway, and 
Head Coach Statham. 




Pictured are trophy winners Dan Dobbins, IVlost Rebounds; 
and Gary Haverman, Best Free-Throw Shooter, and IVlost 
Valuable Player. 




They did it! Rick Klingelhoefer and Gary Haverman accept the 
trophy for winning the McKendree Classic. 

Top right; Stan Elfrink and Kim Pabst welcome a new Bearcat 
recruit? named Debbie Corlett???? 





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shoot when surrounded by Marycrest 

defenders. Steve Lanter looks for help. 




Upper left: Kip Pabst shoots over a Parks College Defender. 
Lower left; Rod Herrin (24) drives In as Stan Elfrink stands ready 
to assist. 
Above: Gary Haverman prepares to sink one against Chicago State. 



BASKETBALL 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL TEAM 1980-81 




Front row: Carolyn Holloway, Michele Wiley, Susan Gross, Karen Harper, Tina Bernreuter, and Vicky Lindsey. Back 
row: Coach Edwards, Barb Welle, Johnna Wells, Gwen Frederking, Angela Cosner, Toni Martin, Judy Streb, and Cindy 
Blackmer. 



For the Bearcats, at guard; 
#12, Barb Welle playing cen- 
ter; #13, Susan Gross at for- 
ward; #3, Judy Streb also at 
forward; #32, Michele Wiley 
and at guard; #14, Tina Bern- 
reuter and the rest of the Lady 
Bearcats. 




Trophy Winners 





Top: Tina Bernreuter tries to anticipate the moves of her opponent. 

Above: Vicky Lindsey maintains control of the basketball even during a 

spill. 

Right: Judy Streb puts one up for the Lady Bearcats. 



BASEBALL 



Men's Baseball Team 1980-81 




1st row (left to right) Kerry Baugher, Brian Lindsay, David Baxmeyer, Jeff Eschenfelder, Tim Stewart, Jay Sabo, Gary Al- 
berter; 2nd row (left to riglit) Greg Wallace, Frank Evans, Brad Barton, Andy Kassebaum, Mike Dunnigan, Marty Martz, 
Steve Hausman, Scott Hilmes; 3rd row (left to right) Coach Van Smith, Chris Sirtak, Greg Bergman, Kevin Elbe, Dave Med- 
dows, Brian Barton, Dennis Kreher, John Dosier, Assistant Coach Don Barton. 



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Above (left to right) Greg Wallace, BEST DEFENSIVE OUTFIELDER; Scott 
Hllmes, BEST DEFENSIVE INFIELDER; Steve Hausman, HIGHEST BAT- 
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McKendree Softball Team 1980-81 




Front rowdeftto right) Robin Lee, Nancy Jones, Johnna Wells, Barb Welle, and Toni Martin; Back rowdeftto 
right) Caria Redden, Rhonda Hatridge, Janey Haentzler, Diane Davis, Karen Harper, Tina Bernreuter, and Vicky 
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McKendree Golf Team 1980-81 




Front row (left to right) Butch Lewis holding MOST VALUABLE PLAYER TROPHY; 
Dale Jacobs holding MOST IMPROVED PLAYER TROPHY: Jim Rogers holding 
NAIA DISTRICT 20 TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY; John Randall, COACH; 
Back row (left to right) Eric Hall, Vince Bulter, and Cole Gaebe. 




Jim Rogers chips it 
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NAIA DISTRICT 20 CHAMPS 




Above: District 20 COACH OF THE 

YEAR; John Randall 

Top Right: Cole Gaebe hoping to avoid a 

three-putt 

Right: Butch Lewis hitting a tee-ball 








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GARY HAVERMAN-ALL AMERICAN 



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Gary came to McKendree after his graduation from Belleville East. 
Throughout his collegiate basketball career, Gary has been a four-year 
starter for Coach Statham's Bearcats, played 120 games at McKendree, 
notched 2362 career points, and pulled down 1057 career rebounds. 





During his senior year, he was named to the National 
Association of Intercollegiate Athletic All American 
First team. He was the first McKendree player to re- 
ceive this honor. He was also chosen unanimously to the 
NAIA All-District 20 team. Gary averaged 22.8 points 
and 8.5 rebounds per game. Haverman was also named 
to the Southwest Baptist All-tournament team. The 
Louis F. Vesely scholarship was also given to Gary. His 
versatility, ability, desire, and sportsmanship will be 
missed. 



SPIRIT SEEKERS 




Cheerleaders 

Jennifer Maserang 

Caren Schwerdtfeger, Leesa Rueteshan, 

Mary Manion 

Ginger Ogden 



Pom-Pon 



Bottom Row: Karen Beck, Nadine Nuzzo, 
Leslie Walters, Ronda Mitchell. Top Row: 
Jo Ann Jenner, Debbie Erwin, Cheryl 
"Cookie" Potthast, Lisha Crawford. 




SPORTS WRAP-UP 



SOCCER 

Bearcats had a tough ladder to climb . It_ 
iding year and the 'Cats finish 
>3-15 record. Despite their rel^ 

however, they received a NAIA District 20 post-season 

playoff berth. 



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VOLLEYBALL 



The bearcat volleyball team had- its ups and downs dur 
ing the 1980 season, but they learned a great deal and 
gained experience for the 1981 stint. 

The road came to an end on Parents' Night at the Bear- 
cat gym, when Washington University of St. Louis was the 
opponent. The 'Cats continued to play well and appeared to 
have gained momentum to beat the strong visitors, but 
Washington University came bacl< and took the Bearcats in 
four games, finalizing their record .at 7-16 



The IVlcKendree College golf team advanced to the Na- 
tional Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) na- 
tional championship tournament in June, by capturing the 
IMAIA District 20 title May 4 iii* Jacl<sonville, Illinois. 

Dale Jacobs, a senior member of the McKendree College 
golf team from St. Louis, Missouri was the overall District 
20 medalist, shooting a 78. 

McKendree College golf coach, John Randall was named 
District 20 Coach-of-the-Year. 



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BASKETBALL 



Coach Harry Statham's Bearcats had an outstanding 
1980-81 season, a stint that may be the best ever at Mc- 
Kendree. Finishing the season #1 in District 20, the 'Cats 
won their way to the District finals, but fell one point short 
in their bid to the Kansas City tournament. 

McKendree College basketball mentor, Harry Statham 
was named the National Association of Intercollegiate Ath- 
letics (NAIA) District 20 Coach-of-the-Year for 1980-81. 



WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 

McKendree College's women's basketball team started 
the season with two tough losses to Lewis and Clark Com 
unity College and then to Kaskaskia Community College. 
But their future began to look brighter and they finished 
the season posting a 11-9 record. 



Coach Van Smith's baseball Bearcats completed the 
most successful season of his 10-year coaching reign, fin- 
ishing the 1981 stint with a 26-16 record. 

Timely clutch hitting, combined with great pitching from 
one of the best hurling staffs in the St. Louis area, helped 
the 'Cats roll to several doubleheader sweeps during the 
season. 

An at-large berth in the NAIA District 20 playoffs saw 
the Bearcats seeded fourth. The 'Cats finished the tourna- 
ment fourth, posting two wins and two losses. 



mr ^ SOFTBALL 

The Bearcats Softball team had a busy schedule last sea- 
son. The 'Cats faced a rebuilding year and closed the sea- 
son with a respectable 18-14 record. 



(written by Anne Meyer) 





PEOPLE 



The Pride of McKendree is in its People 




McKendree is a place where students appre- 
ciate the l<nowledge being passed on to them 

FACULTY 



It is here that students build relationships which re- 
sult in life long friendships with . . . 

PEOPLE 





Students learn the satisfaction of hard fought victory and to accept 
defeat with pride and sportsmanship from . . . 

ATHLETIC COMPETITION 




Working together to creat 
cern that will better the cornr 
is the goal of . . . 



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Be world 



ORGANIZATIONS 



Students who strive for continuous improvement are recog- 
nized as leaders in . . . 

WHO'S WHO 





Learning the meaning of maturity by accepting the respon- 
sibility of being adults is the outcome of attending . . . 

McKENDREE COLLEGE 



Baker Hall 



Here at Baker the men spend most of their time at the windows; making faces at by- 
passers, drinking a cool one, or looking for someone to throw water on. Of course, there's 
also Tom Piatchek who stands outside the doors of Baker because he can't find a window. 




Barnett Hall 

The women of Bamett show you what you can 
do when you hve in a dorm; organize the first 
motorcycle sorority, learn to talk on the phone 
while taking a shower, show others that you can 
spell, sit with a good friend, plan strategy for 
your next game of backgammon, and invent a 
quicker way to get to the men of Walton Hall. 




Walton Hall 



In Walton live some of the most famous people you'll find 
on campus; pledge brothers who learned never blame it on 
yourself, blame it on your brother; the champaign sisters, the 
famous table surfer-Jerome; All American Gary; the famous 
Arab sheik and his family; and the three stooges. 




Inside Holman Library 




Johnna Wells helps Gwen Frederking to 
her thrown. 

Right: Now, now! What would your 
mother say? (Jo Ann, Jennifer, Gloria) 
Bottom: Hi ya'll! Care to join us? 




Left: Gary Haverman and Brian Kay de- 
scribe their year-PERFECT!!! 
Hey Buc, What's happenin'? 
Bottom: Cindy and Linda can't resist a 
.^^MBjgl man with a beer. (I mean beard.) 




Below: Jon Harry, what a stud, (or 

dud?) 

Right: Head for the mountains. 

Will the real Barton Wesley Allen 

please stand up? 




Verna Jones and Mary Ann Fry, what a pair 
Right: Kathy Smith gets "potted" on DEVO 
day. 




Above: Stan Elfrink. 
Right: Tammy Botwinsl<i 



Below: Bernie Pzygoda presents Verna 

Jones with the award for being on the 

most pages in the yearbook. 

Right: It's always good to see a smiling 

face. 




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Right: When you see three people 
smiling at McKendree, you know that 
something is up. 

Janet Orrell, George Held, Marcia 
Morgan, and Terry Davinroy. 






Above: Rodney "Poindexter" 
Herrin on his way to his 
second home— the late study 
room in the Hbrary. 
Left: Walton One. 




THE RUGGERS Front: Kathy Smith, Sandy McGehee, and Pattie Huber. Back: Carolyn Holloway, Jodie 
Davison, Donna Pedtl<e, Michele Wiley, and Karen Kelemetc. 




Jon Harry gives Rod 
Herrin a friendly little 
hug. 



The best of buddies, Bill 
McEntee and Dan Meyer. 




Hug O' War 



by Shel Silverstein 
I will not play at tug 'o' war 
I'd rather play at hug 'o' war 
Where everyone hugs 
Instead of tugs 
Where everyone giggles 
And rolls on the rug 
Where everyone kisses 
And everyone grins 
And everyone cuddles 
And everyone wins. 




Below: Jerry Weidauer. 

Right: Steve Mounts and Carol Fairfield 

Bottom: Diane, Kerry, and Kathy. 





Upper Left: Karen Beck (top) 
Brenda Baker (middle) and 
Katie IVIanion have a good 
time at the all school picnic. 
Upper Right: Boxy is taking 
his turn in the baseball team's 
laundry pool. 

Lower Left: Karen Kelemetc 
and Michele "Burd" Wiley are 
real "close" friends. 



Below: Chris Smith and Lynda Ross worl<ing in the APO-Sigma Concession 

Stand. 

Right: Bill blows a berry berry big bubble. 

Bottom: Johnna Wells, Karen Harper, and Barb Welle pose for a picture 

before they go to the sports banquet. 




Verna's best assets? 

Below: Doug's Steve Mounts impersonation. 

Bottom: Larry Lipe, Brian Kay, and Terry Davinroy. 




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Inter-Society Council 




First row: Craig Franklin, Tom Piatchel<, George Held, She Nancy Nolan, Terry Davinroy; Second row: 
Karen Kelemetc, Beth Gollinger, Katie Manion, Vicky Lindsey, Brian Kay; Third row: Rich Tillman, Grant 
Mathews, Mike Reddy, Tim Adams. 



The Inter-Society Council is composed of two representatives from 
each sorority and fraternity. They help sponsor "Greek" activities, and 
they work to imporve the organizations. 



Alpha Phi Omega 




Left to right: Brian Kay, Bart Allen, Chris Smith, and Terry Davinroy. Not pictured Greg Thomure. 



Alpha Phi Omega has been in existence on McKendree College campus since 
1972. APO is the only national service frat on campus. The main event for 
APO is the only national service frat on campus. The main event for APO 
is the Red Cross Bloodmobile vi/hich they sponsor every year. 



Alpha Omega 




Sitting: (left to right) Mary Ann Fry, Beth Golhnger, Karen Beck, Leshe Walthers, Nadine Nuzzo, Cheryl Bruehl; 
Standing: (left to right) Linda Eckert, Janet Klein, Debbie Erwin, Linda Bailey, Irish Visintine, Cheryl Potthast, 
Brenda Baker, Katie Manion, Kathy Smithe. 



Alpha Omega was installed on the McKendree campus Nov. 23, 1954, 
and rechartered in Nov. 1970. This year the v^/omen of AO sold popcporn 
and stationary, sponsored a float in the Homecoming parade, which won 
first place, celebrated their ten year birthday, and held an Alumni party. 



Pi Lambda Tau 




First row: Tom Piatcheck, Walter Pagan, Tom Burkemper, Matt Chrum; Second Row: Mike 
Hogan, Paul Smith, Roger Schallom, Dave Lepper, Jeff Lanter, George Held, Kip Pabst; 
Third row: Bill Erwin, Dan Dobbins, Mark Riti, Mike Streb. 



The Platonian Social Society, founded in 1849, is the oldest 
Social Society west of the Alleghenies. Because of its state charter, 
Plato is a recognized corporation by the state of Illinois. The BS'ers 
sponsored their annual Spaghetti Supper, and weekly gatherings at 
the rock pile for those interested in geology. 



Clionian Literary Society 




(left to right) Lisa Lawson, Sheila Whittier, Nancy Nolan, Kim Helig, Ann Meyer. 



The Clionian Literary Society, or "Clio" as it is known, is a 
women's society open by invitation to any girl with a 2.00 or 
better cumulative grade point average. Clio was founded in 
1869, and was the first society for women at IVlcKendree. 



Adelphi 




First row: (left to right) Gary Alberter, Ron Henry, IVlil<e Reddy, IVIarl< Baylor, Tracy IVIiller, 
Dave Baylor, Jim Johnson, Dr. Foll<, Ed Streif, Second row: Mike Cramer, Norton Newcum, 
Brian Tranband, Tim Adams, Jeff Brasel, Third row: Todd Reigle, Dave IMewcum, Bill Parkin, 
and Steve Landon. 



Delta Phi Sigma was founded in 1966 to fill what its charter members 
felt was a social gap on the McKendree campus. Adelphi strives to pro- 
mote throughout the campus and the local community an involvement in 
social activities. The men of Adelphi held a pig roast, played in intra- 
mural sports, and sponsored a full moon run for their pledges, in which 
the campus community was called to witness the bare facts. 



Gamma Sigma Sigma 




Front row (left to right) Mrs. TenBrink, Advisor; Lena Serbenuik, Elaine Laws, 
Karen Keiemetc, Jodie Davison, Vicky Lindsey; Back row; Brenda Pehl, Advisor; 
Michele Wiley. 



Gamma Sigma Sigma is a national service sorority. They worked with 
Meals on Wheels, visited the nursing home during the holidays, held a 
Halloween party for handicapped children, sponsored a Talent Show with 
proceeds going to Big Brothers/Big Sisters program, and were intramural 
champs in soccer and volleyball. This year the women of Sigma took 
third place honors in the national service project. 



Ferox 




Front row: (left to right) Frank Evans, Craig Franklin, Dave Baxmeyer; Back row: (left to 
right) Tony DiTucci, Doug Gool. IMot Pictured: Dave Essner, Curt Scherck, and Boyd Davis. 



Phi Rho Chi Social Service Society was founded in the Spring of 1963. 
The men of Ferox stress brotherhood and strength through unity. The 
society sponsors various social events and service projects for the better- 
ment of the college. 



Philo 




Left to right; Mike Delia, Ray Clyde. Members not pictured: Rich Tillman, Dirk Reynolds, 
Grant Mathews 



The Philosophian Literary Society, has the distinction of being the old- 
est literary society west of the Alleghenies and the third oldest in the 
nation. Philo has an active social program including the annual "Philo 
Formal". Philo is active in playing intramural sports and also sponsors a 
number of parties. 



Resident Counselors 




Jon Harry 
Baker 2nd 



Student Government 




Sitting: Stan Elfrink, Vice President; 1st row: Matt Chrum, Mary Ann Fry, Janet Klein, Betii 
Gollinger, Verna Jones, 2nd row: Roger Scliailom, President; Terry Davinroy, Jim Rogers. Not 
pictured: Barb Lynn, Secretary/Treasurer; Karen Beck, Luan Gardner, Dan Dobbins, Marciielle 
Mueller, Chris Smith. 



The members of Student Government are elected by the student body 
each spring. The main purpose of the Student Government is to help 
students recognize the fact that it is truly the students alone who can 
make McKendree succeed. This year the Student Government was instru- 
mental in planning teacher evaluations, and improving student apathy on 
campus. 



McSife 




Sitting: Chris Luecking, Pat Kruta, Juanita Wuebbels, Collen Huebner, Janey Haentzler, 
Standing: Jodie Davison, Karen Kelemetc, Donna Pedtke, Sandy IVlcGehee. 



McSife, which stands for McKendree Students in Free 
Enterprise, Study business and the free enterprise 
system. They also help out on campus by managing the 
Used-Book Store, which is located in Carnegie Hall. 



Model Illinois Government 




Front row (left to right) Chas Younger, Tom Piatchek, Dr. Kovac, Linda Horras, iVlariiyn Elder; 
Back row (left to right) Mike Beuttner, Bob Delaney, Ken Sharkey, Ron McKasil. 



"We're lovers 
We're fighters 
We're wild bull riders" 

was the slogan McKendree's Model Illinois Government 
members used to carry MIG's smallest participating stu- 
dents to its best year ever and it keeps getting better. 



ACCOMPLISHMENTS AT MIG: 

Ron McKasil-Best Delegation Chairman for MIG '81 and 
also was picked for parlimentarian for MIG '82 

Linda Horras- Secretary of State for MIG '82 

Chas Younger- Majority Whip 

Bob Delaney-fell asleep on Governor 

(written by Linda Horras) 



Phi Beta Haida 




Front row: Jerry Weidauer, 
Tom Haida, Rod Herrin, 
Rick Klingelhoefer; Bacl< 
row: Jim Rogers, John 
Jankowski, Stan Elfrink, 
Don Gulley, Gary Haverman, 
and Chas Younger. 



Funkadelics 

Front row: E.S.L. student, Henry Menese, 
Troy Jefferies, Back row: John Boswell, 
Reggie Amison, Darrell Booker, Juan 
Ferguson. 




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1. Rod Herrin gives Carolyn Holloway's "spirits" a lift. 

2. Kathy Smithe entertains the crowd with her Superman 
impersonation. 

3. Dean Darrah can't believe he's missing "Leave It To Beaver" 
reruns for this. 

4. Rick Klingelhoefer waits with great anticipation to see the teams 
"diving" across the gymnasium floor. 






This year's winning team: Ron Laudell, Kathy Smithe, Katie IVIanion, 
Frank Evans, Dave Baxmeyer, and Barb Welle. 



Left: Judy Streb 
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rope race. 



Right: Kip Pabst 
and Verna Jones 
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OR, THE BATTLE OF THE BRUISED 



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Top Right: Mary IVIanion and Ann Rafferty 

Bottom Right: George Held 




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Cheryl Bruehl assists Loco Motion 



MODEL UNITED NATIONS 




Those who worked to make it possible: 
Terry Davinroy- Secretary General 
Sherry Cusick- Security Council 
Leo Diaz-Social, Cultural and Humanitarian 
Chris Smith-Ad Hoc 
Chas Younger- Political 



Elaine Laws- Economic and Social 

Joe Nail-General Assembly 

Linda Ross- Secretary 

Ron McKasil- Legal Advisor 

Dean Darrah and Dr. Folk-Advisors 







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Rod Herrin, Rick Klingelhoefer; (back row, left to right) Jim Rogers, John 
Jankowski, Stan Elfrink, Don Gulley, Gary Haverman, Chas Younger. 






ALPHA PHI OMEGA: (front row, left to right) Bart Allen, Kent Cornell, Larry Lipe, 
Charlie Caciano, Joe Delsignore, (back row, left to right) Brian Kay, Kevin Meder, Jim 
Rafferty, Terry Davinroy. 





FIRST PLACE VEAm 

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Exercises 




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McKendree College 

LEBANON, ILLINOIS 



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THE FOUNDATIONS 

UNDER THEM. 
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Bishop William M. Cosgrove gives commencement address to the graduating class of '81. 




Order of Service 

President Cerrit J TenBrink, Presiding 

PRELUDE Fanfare and Processional" 

Professor Glenn H Freiner, Organist 

■PROCESSIONAL Trumpet Tune" 

NATIONAL ANTHEM 

INVOCATION 



Douglas E Wagner 
Jean Joseph Mouret 



Dr Norman P Madsen 
Chaplain of the College 



HYMN "Our Cod, Our Help In Ages Past" 

Our Cod, our help in ages past. Our hope for years to come. 
Our shelter from the stormy blast. And our eternal home 

Under the shadow of Thy throne. Thy saints have dwelt secure. 
Sufficient IS Thine arm alone. And our defense is sure 

Before the hills in order stood. Or earth received her frame. 
From everlasting Thou art Cod, To endless years the same 

A thousand ages in Thy sight Are like an evening gone. 
Short as the watch that ends the night Before the rising sun 

Time, like an ever-rolling stream. Bears all its sons away, 
They fly forgotten, as a dream Dies at the opening of day 

Our Cod, our help in ages past, Our hope for years to come, 

Be Thou our guard while troubles last. And our eternal home Amen 



William Croft 



SCRIPTURE READING 



Evelyn Crimmett-Boyd 



MUSIC David Schwoebel 

BeThouMy Vision ■ David Schwoebel 

Audience |0in in on last verse (see insert) 

David Schwoebel, Conductor 

"Onward, Ye Peoples Jean Sibelius 

McKendree College Choir-McKendree College Alumni Choir 



INTRODUCTION OF COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER 
COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS 



VOCAL SOLO "The Ninety-First Psalm 

Ann Lilly, soprano 



Dr Gerrit I TenBrink 
President of the College 



Bishop William M Cosgrove 
Diocese of Belleville 



JamesC MacDermid 



SPECIAL PRESENTATION Dr Gerrit J TenBrink 

Mr Edward Bott 

Chairman, McKendree College Board of Trustees 1975-1981 



PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES FOR DECREES 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES 

COMMISSIONING 
Presentation 
Oath of Enlistment 
Pinning of the Bars 



Dr Glenn R Wiesner 
Dean of the College 



Dr Gerrit J TenBrink 



Lt Colonel Laurence D Bachman, USAF 
Maior William J Blackman, USAF 
Ma|or William J Blackman 
Deborah S Blackburn 



Dr Gerrit J TenBrink 



HONORARY DEGREES 
Presentation of Candidates 

Bishop William M Cosgrove 
Rev Thomas E Harper 
Conferrmgof Honorary Degrees Alien A Kaisor 

Chairman, McKendree College Board of Trustees 



INDUCTION OF THE CLASS OF 1981 



SINGING OF "McKendree' 



Michael F Gauble 
President McKendree College Alumni Association 



arr by Professor Glenn H Freiner 
text by Kaywynne Weiler Adarrs 



BENEDICTION 



Rev Thomas E Harper 



RECESSIONAL "March No III" 

•The audience will please rise during the Proces 
and remain seated during the Recessional 



, stand throughout the Invocatu 




Debbie Blackburn takes oath of 
enlistment. 





Candidates 


for Degrees in Course 




January and May 1981 Graduates 




BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE 


Betty L Ahlers 


Nashville, Illinois 


English 


Sandra M Arter 


Breese, Illinois 


Biology 


Judith C Beasenburg 


Highland, Illinois 


Psychology 


Deborah Sue Blackburn 


Belleville, Illinois 


Political Science 


Roy W Bouse 


Edvvardsville, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Sandra Boyne 


Belleville. Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


M Ruth Brooks 


Alton Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Francis E Cullen, Jr 


Collinsville, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Robert C Delaney 


Washington Park, Illinois 


Political Science 


Patricia Ann Dickerson 


Fallon, Illinois 


Biology 


Gary Edward Eberle 


Coraopolis, Pennsylvania 


Psychology 


Kenneth Marshall Featherling 


Freeburg, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Kyle D Fink 


Belleville, Illinois 


Biology 


Darrell Lee Floyd 


Edwardsville, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Kermit Fort 11 


East St Louis, Illinois 


Anthropology-Sociology 


Eddie L Hall 


5t Louis, Missouri 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Judith Harlow 


Belleville, Illinois 


Biology 


Linda Leigh Simmons Hester 


Waltonville, Illinois 


English 


Shirley Ann Hmes 


Centralia, Illinois 


Psychology 


Phyllis V Hostmeyer 


Breese, Illinois 


English 


Dale Dayid Jacobs 


Creve Coeur, Missouri 


Anthropology-Sociology 


Brenda Barton Johnson 


Carlyle, Illinois 


English and Psychology 


Timothy A Jones 


OIney, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Richard J Kitsmiller 


Alton, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Douglas Alan Kolb 


O'Fallon, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Bonnie S Koyac 


Lebanon, Illinois 


Psychology 


Ann Lilly 


OFallon, Illinois 


Music, Voice and Piano 


Patricia A McDonald 


Lebanon, Illinois 


English 


Kathryn L .Mecord 


Marion, Illinois 


Psychology with honors 


Carl S Posey 


Radclift, Kentucky 


Business Administration 


Louis F Reddo 


Bunker Hill, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Susan Rogers Regele 


Belleville, Illinois 


Management of Human Resources 


Martha Mary Schilling 


New Athens, Illinois 


History and Pol Sci with honors 


Gilbert E Seagrayes 


Moro, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Stephen M Springer 


( airview Heights, Illinois 


Criminal J ustice Studies 


Jane Ellen Stock 


Belleville, Illinois 


Social Science 


Ollie R Tate 


East St Louis, Illinois 


Human Services 


Dale Alan Timmons 


Centralia, Illinois 


Psychology 


William P Warner 


Fairview Heights, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Jeanette Weatherail 


East St Louis, Illinois 


Anthropology- Sociology 


Dennis Bradley Weslbrook 


Centralia, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


lanice Irene White 


Loveioy, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Charles Robert Younger 


Belleville, Illinois 
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE 


Criminal Justice Studies and Pol Sci 


Kerry Lee'Baugher, Jr 


Tamms, Illinois 


Physical Education 


Kathryn lo Clayton 


Fairfield, Illinois 


Physical Education and Elemt Educ 


James Ellis Ford 


Salem, Illinois 


Parks and Recreation and Pol Sci 


Rodney Jay Herrin 


Benton, Illinois 


Chemistry 


Becky Ann Hustedde 


Belleville, Illinois 


Biology 


Nancy Kay Jones 


Cahokia, Illinois 


Mathematics 


Lois Ann Meyer 


St Louis, Missouri 


Biology 


Renee Ann Rockwell 


Belleville, Illinois 


Medical Technology 


Rebecca Lynn Wiley 


Bunker Hill, Illinois 


Chemistry 


Vicki Lynn Williams 


Belleville, Illinois 


Chemistry, Business and Marketing 


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION DECREE f 


Margaret (Peggy) J Fitzpatric 


k Trenton, Illinois 


Elementary Education 


Mary Ann Fry 


Belleville, Illinois 


Elementary Education 


Lauri Lee Heckert 


Venedy, Illinois 


Elementary Education with honors 


Janet Deann Orrell 


Mascoutah, Illinois 


Elementary Education 


Sandra K Schreier 


Belleville, Illinois 


Elementary Education 


Kathleen Ann Scott 


Lebanon, Illinois 


Elementary Education 


Marietta lean Smith 


Breese, Illinois 


Elementary Education 


BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING DECREE 1 


Lanette Edith Eriinger 


Belleville, Illinois 


Nursing 


Lorenda Sue Fever 


Granite City, Illinois 


Nursing 


t lise Ann Hernandez 


Lebanon, Illinois 


Nursing 


Shirley Ann Hmes 


Centralia, Illinois 


Nursing (is also receiving a BA 
with a Psychology majorj 


Elva Mae Johnson 


Collinsville, lllmcis 


Nursing 


Susan Johnston 


Gillespie, Illinois 


Nursing 


Kathie Knul 


Carlyle, Illinois 


Nursing 


Ian Louise Pahl 


Salem Illinois 


Nursing 


Bruce Marcel Pomeroy 


Okawville, Illinois 


Nursing 


lane Ferguson Strubhart 


Lebanon, Illinois 


Nursing 


lane Hamilton Ross 


Belleville Illinois 


Nursing 


Christie A Stephens 


Collinsville, Illinois 


Nursing 


Lisa Mane Wolf 


Belleville, Illinois 
BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS 


Nursing 


MarRarel Ann Cischer Impennachio O 1 alien, Illinois 


Art 


Mm\ I lien KuKiTs 


SiotI Al H Illinois 


Art 



BACHELOR OF BUSINbSb ADMINISTRATION DECKLE | 


John Edward Acosta 


Lexington, North Carolina 


Business Administration 


Louis Fuentes Aguilar 


Fort Knox, Kentucky 


Business Administration 


Kevin Craig Albertina 


Collinsvilie, Illinois 


Business Administration and Accounting 


Donald Scotl Bartle 


Neptune Beach, Florida 


Business Administration and Management 


Brenda Jung Bickel 


Freeburg. Illinois 


Accounting and Business Administration 


Jeffrv Lynn Brasel 


Effingham, Illinois 


Accounting and Business Administration 


Reginal Leon Broils 


Cincmatti, Ohio 


Business Administration 


Deborah Kaye Brooks 


Belleville Illinois 


Business Administration 


Earl S Brown 


Collinsvilie, Illinois 


Accounting 


Mar)orie Ann Bussing 


Belleville, Illinois 


Accounting and Business Administration 


McNeill V Butler 


Belleville, Illinois 


Business Administration 


Carry N Collins 


Athens, Georgia 


Business Administration 


Victonno Felix Concepcion 


Radcliff, Kentucky 


Business Administration 


James Carroll Coppage 


Charlestown, Indiana 


Business Administration 


Donald Lee Crawford 


Louisville, Kentucky 


Business Administration with honors 
and Management with honors 


Wilhe Mae Davis 


Fort Knox, Kentucky 


Business Administration 


Michael Joseph Delia 


St Louis, Missouri 


Management and Business Administration 


Daniel C Dobbins 


Pittslield, Illinois 


Accounting and Business Administration 


lames Micheal Dove 


Simi Valley, California 


Accounting and Business Administration 


Mary Linda Eckerl 


Belleville, Illinois 


Accounting and Business Administration 


Dennis L fov 


Louisville, Kentucky 


Business Administration 


Call Sue Killion Gardner 


Maryville, Illinois 


Marketing 


P Craig Gardner 


OIney, Illinois 


Business Administration and Management 


Gary Dean Haverman 


Fairview Heights, Illinois 


Business Administration 


Carol Edelmann Hill 


Belleville, Illinois 


Business Administration 


Scolt Jerome Hilmes 


Belleville, Illinois 


Business Administration and Marketing 


Marsha L Jenkins 


Vandalia, Illinois 


Business Administration and Management 


lames Maurice Johnson 


Belleville, Illinois 


Business Administration and Accounting 


Ray Johnson, Jr 


Scott AFB, Illinois 


Management and Business Administration 


Judy Kaye Kempfer 


Belleville, Illinois 


Accounting and Business Administration 


Paul Alan Killpack 


Fort Benning, Georgia 


Business Administration 


Richard Michael King 


Cahokia, Illinois 


Management and Business Administration 


Jeffrey L Kinnikm 


Belleville, Illinois 


Marketing and Management 


Janet Kay Klein 


Trenton, Illinois 


Business Administration and Marketing 


Diane Robin Kostelac 


Belleville, Illinois 


Accounting and Business Administration 


Richard Lee Kurtz 


Waterloo, Illinois 


Accounting with honors and 

Business Administration with honors 


Lisa Ann Lawson 


Villa Grove, Illinois 


Business Administration 


Brian Gerard Lindsay 


Fairview Heights, Illinois 


Marketing and Business Administration 


lames Wesley May 


Fort Knox, Kentucky 


Business Administration 


John Dwight McGrew 


Lebanon, Illinois 


Management 


Marica Lee McKechan 


Gillespie, Illinois 


Marketing 


Ivan Wayne Meaux 


Louisville, Kentucky 


Business Administration 


Michael Charles Meder 


Belleville, Illinois 


Accounting with honors and 

Business Administration with honors 


Ann Mane Meyer 


Collinsvilie, Illinois 


Accouriting and Business Administration 


Roger L Moore 


Louisville, Kentucky 


Business Administration 


Joseph H Nail 


OFallon, Illinois 


Marketing 


Cheryl S Potthast 


Pierron, Illinois 


Marketing and Business Administration 


Johnnie Mae Puckett 


Pensacola, Florida 


Business Administration 


Donna Mane Roewe 


O Fallon, Illinois 


Business Administration and Marketing 


Shirley Grab Saia 


Belleville, Illinois 


Accounting and Business Administration 


Roger David Schallom 


St Louis, Missouri 


Marketing, Management and Bus Adm 


Thomas John Schmidt 


Belleville, Illinois 


Accounting and Business Administration 


Nancy J Schmitt 


OFallon, Illinois 


Marketing and Business Administration 


David B Sewell 


Jetfersonville, Indiana 


Business Administration 


Lloyd N Soeters 


OFallon, Illinois 


Management and Business Administration 


lohn D Stacey III 


Louisville, Kentucky 


Business Administration 


Lynn R Taylor 


Enterprise, Alabama 


Business Administration 


Becky Ann Thomas 


Lebanon, Illinois 


Accounting and Business Administration 


Gregory Howard Thomure 


Belleville, Illinois 


Business Administration 


F ranklin Ray Ulery 


Louisville, Kentucky 


Business Administration 


Patricia Ellen Visintine 


Fairview Heights, Illinois 


Accounting and Business Administration 


Carolyn B Willdeboer 


Louisville, Kentucky 


Business Administration 


Ivan Lee Woods 


Belleville, Illinois 

August 1981 Graduates 
BACHELOR OF ARTS 


Management 


lerry B Blaine 


Shiloh, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Mae Alberta Drew 


Kinmundy, Illinois 


Psychology 


Carolyn Elizabeth Fairfield 


Jacksonville, Illinois 


English 


Evelyn Crimmett-Boyd 


East St Louis, Illinois 


Social Science 


Jonathan M Harry 


Belleville, Illinois 


Social Science 


Thomas Edward Hunter 


Belleville, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Randall L Rushing 


Bunker Hill, Illinois 


Criminal Justice Studies 


Kenneth Gerard Sharkey 


Fairview Heights, Illinois 


Political Science 


Virginia Lynn Telford 


Salem, Illinois 


Psychology 


Dale Eldred Wilson 


Fort Knox, Kentucky 
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE 


Business Administration 


Annette Feldmann 


Aviston, Illinois 


Parks and Recreation 


Tammy Lynn Bernreuter Frey 


Lebanon, Illinois 


Physical Education 




BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION | 


Bettiann Redden (BurgeJ 


Belleville, Illinois 


Elementary Education 1 




BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING | 


Virginia Lynn Telford 


Salem, Illinois 


Nursing (is also receiving a BA 1 
with a Psychology maior) 1 






BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 



Randv D Ballz 


Millstadt, Illinois 


Management 


and Busin 


='SS Administratio 


John Walter Boswell 


Lebanon. Illinois 


Management 


Business 


Administration 






and Political Science 




Manse! Llewellyn Brown. ]r 


Huntsville. Alabama 


Business Adn 


nmistration 




Raymond Eugene Clyde 


Belleville. Illinois 


Management 


and Busin 


=ss Administratio 


Zane W Crosby 


Rddchtf, Kentucky 


Business Adi 


nmistration 




Robert L Cushman 


Wahiawa. Hawaii 


Business Adn 


nmistration 




Stanley Marcus Eltrink 


i:ahokia, Illinois 


Business Adn 


nmistration 




Catherine Ann Ciess 


Belleville, Illinois 


Business Adn 


nmistration 


and Marketing 


Carol Kubarts Cravatte 


Louisville. Kentucky 


Business Adn 


Tinistration 


and Managemen 


Lawson Lerui Hardrick. Jr 


Radclili Kentucky 


Business Adn 


nmistration 




Dennis Dean Helton 


C^atoosa, Oklahoma 


Business Adn 


nmistration 




Ronald William Henry 


University City. Missouri 


Business Adr 


nmistration 




Francis M Hogg 


Avislon. Illinois 


Marketing 






Linda D Kolokolo 


Aurora, Illinois 


Business Adr 


nmistration 




Michaclene Elizabeth Mataiuso 


Lebanon. Illinois 


Marketing an 


d Business 


Administration 


Micia Francine Madison 


Alton, Illinois 


Management 


and Marketing 


William Thomas Manion IV 


Marine Illinois 


Business Adr 


nmistration 


and Marketing 


lenniler Smith Maserang 


Troy, Illinois 


Marketing an 


d Business 


Administration 


Ceorge Miller. |r 


1 ort Knov Kentucky 


Business Adr 


ninistratior 




Terry Wayne Montgomery 


Louisville, Illinois 


Business Adr 


nmistration 




D Eugene Newby 


Louisville, Illinois 


Business Adr 


ninistratior 




Kenneth Ray Otto 


Louisville. Kentucky 


Managemenl 


and Busin 


ess Administratio 


Patricia Neider Paradis 


Lallon, Illinois 


Business Adr 


ninistratior 


and Marketing 


Thomas Joseph Piatchek 


St Louis. Missouri 


Marketing 






John D Schene, Jr 


St Louis. Missouri 


Marketing 






Jamie Paul Smith 


Warrenville. Illinois 


Marketing an 


d Business 


Administration 


Helen K Soergel 


New Albany, Indiana 


Business Adr 


ninistratior 




Julie A Starwalt 


Effingham, Illinois 


Accounting a 


nd Business Administration 


lean Theresa Strub 


Ehzabethtown. Kentucky 


Business Adr 


ninistratior 




Cynthia Lou Maurer Voegele 


Highland. Illinois 


Business Adr 


ninistratior 


and Managemer 


Dayid James Walker 


Alton. Illinois 


Accounting 






John David Williams 


Utica, Ohio 


Business Ad 


ninistratior 





COMMENCEMENT MARSHAL 

Dr Donald Hoist, Professor of Physical Education 



STUDENT MARSHALS 

Charlie Caciano Lisha Crawford 



Kent Cornell 
Kevin Meder 



USHERS 

Tina Edwards 
Tom Edwards 

FLAG BEARERS 



Gwen Frederking 
Mike Dunnlgan 



David Sweet 



Bret Tobalske 



RECEPTION 

The Hospitality sub-committee of the Student Government will hold a reception for 
Commencement participants in upper Deneen Center immediately after the 
Commencement exercises Families, friends, faculty, staff and alumni are cordially invited 
to attend 

ALUMNI BANQUET 

Front Lawn, 12 45 p m today 

ART EXHIBIT 

By McKendree students of Professors Drake and Ottinger now in Holman Library 

STAGE DESIGN 

By Orville Schanz 





Behind every success . . . endeavor. 

Behind endeavor . . . abiHty, 

Behind abiHty . . . knowledge. 

Behind knowledge ... a seeker. 



This is the VERY LAST page of the 1980-81 Yearbook! 
Hurrah!! It was a lot of worl<, and it would not have been 
possible without the help of: 

Cindy Blacl<mer-Assistant and photographer 
Kathy Smith -who was considered my good Samaritan 
Mike Acton -who took over developing in a time of need 
Anne Meyer-for her assistance in the area of sports 
Ron Tremmel- Advisor, who listened to me gripe and com- 
plain, and who was sure 1 was going to spend the rest of 
my life working on the yearbook 

Student Affair Staff-for helping me in every way possible 
Linda Techner- Herff-Jones Representative, for all her help 
and understanding 

Sudlow Photography-for class portraits 
Arch Montgomery-for the spectacular Homecoming pictures 

A special thanks to my roommates, Trish and Mary Ann, 
who put up with me and allowed me to turn our room into 
the "Yearbook Quarters", and a special thanks to Jim who 
gave me a lot of strength and encouragement when I need- 
ed it most. 

I hope this book helps you remember the good times we 
shared during this past year at McKendree, and as the 
famous "Porky Pig" always says, 

"Tha-tha-tha-that's all folks!" 



Janet Klein 
1981 Editor 



REFERENCE 



Holman Library 
McKendree College 
Lebanon. IL 6225^