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Spring 2008 • Volume 14, Issue 2
Alumni News
Alumni News  |  People & Events  

 

Philadelphia

Philadelphia Alumni gathered December 4 for a TV viewing party to watch the Braves take on the Michigan State Spartans.
Shown from left are Ron Coleman ’64, Rich Jankowski ’83, Jim Miller ’02, Bill Eaton ’63, Val Isbell Miller ’03,
Lyn Arians Eaton ’62
, and Scott Swickard ’07.

Florida

Florida President Joanne Glasser, center, was introduced to alumni throughout Florida
as she made several stops, January 31 to February 3. Shown in Palm Beach are
Rilla and Gene Pfotenhauer ’59 on Glasser’s left and Carol and Jack McCarthy ’58 on her right.

Alumni Weekend

Peoria Future alumni cheer on the Braves at the men’s basketball game on Alumni Weekend.
Hundreds of alumni enjoyed a variety of game-day events on January 19.
From left: Nicholas Rossi, William Mueller, Patrick Rabbitt, Michael Jensen and Dominic Rossi. In back is Andrea Rossi.

Houston

Houston Nine alumni attended the annual Avanti’s family picnic on November 3.
Shown from left are Tom Wekony ’04, Bob Niederhauser ’86, James Bailey ’92, Brad DeSplinter ’85,
Koren O’Kane DeSplinter ’86, Lou Klejbuk ’77,
and Charles Hathway ’53.

Tampa

Tampa A guided tour of the Salvador Dali Museum was the highlight of an alumni luncheon
on November 3 at the Columbia Restaurant. Nearly 20 alumni and friends attended.

Indianapolis

Indianapolis Amy Moore ’93, left, and Kristi Asher ’93 attended a pre-game party with more than 30 alumni
and friends before the Bradley vs. Butler men’s basketball game.

FLorida

Florida Keith Jagglie ’63, Dorothy Dedeaux Pape ’52, and George Pape ’49 MS ’55 stand
outside of the complex where they live in Boynton Beach, Florida.
Most people in the complex’s 100 units are from the East coast,
but three from the Midwest graduated from Bradley. Jagglie’s wife Trudy
thought it unusual that three Bradley alums were in such a small complex and notified Bradley Hilltopics.