- Sandra (Nordin) Anderson ’64, David Anderson
- Donald Schneider ’63, Jean Chin
- John De Vos ’53, Karen (Lake) De Vos ’59
- Barbara (Cummings) Foster ’64, Richard Foster ’65
- Ilse Gebhard ’62
- M.Elizabeth (Low) Washington ’94, Mike Low ’65
- Jacqueline (Buck) Mallinson ’48
- Luella (Williams) Mast ’64, Phillip Mast
- Mary (Murch) McLean ’61
- Arthur Miller ’65, Janet (Schroeder) Miller ’65
- Sally (Lange) Padley ’62
- Mary (Elliott) Pitts ’69, Leslie Pitts ’67
Come back to campus on October 18-20, 2019 to celebrate Homecoming and Reunion Weekend.
Emeriti Schedule of Events
Saturday, October 19
12 – 1:30 p.m.
Emeriti Club Gathering
Banquet Room, Weimer K. Hicks Center
Emeriti alumni are invited to attend a luncheon that honors class years prior to 1969. Arrive early and enjoy a mimosa before the program begins at noon. The program will include an Emeriti Club Leadership Council update, given by the current President, Mary (Murch) McLean ’61. After lunch, a plaque will be presented to the 2019 Citation of Merit Award recipients, Charlotte (Hauch) Hall ’66 and Tom Lambert ’63. Learn about the Emeriti Scholarship Program and meet students who have received the scholarship.*
Plated Lunch: $25/person
*Off campus parking and a shuttle service will be available at 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. from St. Thomas More Catholic Parish, 421 Monroe St. to the Weimer K. Hick’s Center. Please note that this shuttle service is for the luncheon only. Cars will need to be removed from the parking lot by 3 p.m. to allow church members space to park for their evening service.
2 – 3 p.m.
Historic Campus Tour with Arthur H. Miller ’65
Begin in Red Square between Mandelle and Dewing Halls
Join Art Miller ’65, Emeritus Archivist and Librarian for Special Collections at Lake Forest College, on a historical building tour of campus. Learn about K’s campus planning and architecture focusing on the 1920s and 1930s, with special attention to President Allan Hoben’s and Florence Robinson’s (K 1908) visions and landscape ideals. Architects include NYC’s Aymar Embury II (Hoben Hall, Harmon Hall, and Stetson Chapel) and Detroit’s Albert Kahn (Trowbridge Hall), as well as Chicago-based Howard Van Doren Shaw (Humphrey House). The tour will highlight the educational and design ideas of these architects.
Citation of Merit Award
Emeriti Club Event Planning Committee
Ways to Connect
Engaged alumni help move Kalamazoo College from one level of excellence to another. You can advance K’s mission and solidify its position as one of this country’s exceptional liberal arts colleges in five key ways. You can make a difference in the life of a current or future Hornet!
- Identifying and recruiting prospective students
- Developing students through mentoring and career preparedness
- Enhancing the bond between alumni and K through lifelong learning opportunities
- Serving as a volunteer
- Making a charitable contribution
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