Golden Miners reunite

Golden-AlumsThe Miner Alumni Association hosted 48 members of the Class of 1963 and their guests at the 2013 Golden Alumni Reunion May 20–21. In addition to getting reacquainted with each other, alumni and guests toured campus and the Kummer Student Design Center, visited their departments and learned about life on campus today through a presentation by Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader. In a grand recognition ceremony on the final day of the reunion, Schrader and Miner Alumni Association executive director and past president Darlene Ramsay, MetE’84, presented class members with their 50-year pins and certificates.During Monday night’s banquet, an Elvis Presley tribute artist entertained class members. Pictured during the dinner are Michael S. Goodman, ME’63, and his wife, Sharon.

John T. Sedovic, CE’63, and his wife, Eliana, enjoy Monday night’s banquet.

Student design team members displayed their projects for members of the Class of 1963. Here class members (left to right) James R. Knox, Chem’63, John J. Zenor, AMth’63, Zenas C. Blevins, CE’63, David L. Schwaller, ME’63, Kraig G. Kreikemeier, ME’63, and Elizabeth, guest of David W. Spencer, CE’63 (not pictured), visit the Kummer Student Design Center as Joshua Jetter, a junior in computer science and computer engineering, shows off his work with the Mars Rover Design Team.

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