Queens of St. Patrick

Here are the 91 women who have been named a Queen of Love and Beauty at MSM and UMR.


1. Helen Baysinger (1915)
2. Mary McCrae (1916)
3. Olive Scott (1917)
4. Mrs. Frederick Gardner (1918)
5. Edna Kiel (1919)
6. Nancy Love (1920)
7. Hazel Dent (1921)
8. Margaret Sally (1922)
9. Bertha Fulton (1923)
10. Eva Underwood (1924)
11. Helen Underwood (1925)
12. Dorothy Kiesler (1926)
13. Lorraine Love (1927)
14. Lucy Kiesler (1928)
15. Elizabeth Long (1929)
16. Madge Lennox (1930)
17. Marion McKinley (1931)
18. Emily McCaw (1932)
19. Sybil Powell (1933)
20. Mickey Coffman (1934)
21. Dorothy Fort (1935)
22. Jean Campbell (1936)
23. Mildred Brown (1937)
24. Mary Louise Breuer (1938)
25. Mary McCrae (1939)
26. Rosemary Sue Crumpler (1940)
27. Lucille Stimsom (1941)
28. Agnes Houlahan (1942)
29. Adele Katz (1943)
30. Lenore Jones (1946)
31. Louise Freeman (1947)
32. Sue Gleason (1948)
33. Paula Fite (1949)
34. Marilee Drake (1950)
35. Alice Walthall (1951)
36. Barbara Barner (1952)
37. Joan Christian (1953)
38. June Lange (1954)
39. Shirley Marie Brueggeman (1955)
40. Virginia Graham (1956)
41. Marilyn Goodnight (1957)
42. Julian See (1958)
43. Linda Fitzgerald (1959)
44. Phyllis Tucci (1960)
45. Sharon Anstedt (1961)
46. Joyce Logan (1962)
47. Mary Martin (1963)
48. Vickie Harwell (1964)
49. Diane Bowers (1965)
50. Sharon Sievers (1966)
51. Susan Price (1967)
52. Joy Zumbehl (1968)
53. Anita McLoughlin, (1969)
54. Mary Beth Ruggerr (1970)
55. Betty Jo Foland (1971)
56. Nancy Benesh (1972)
57. Merilee Robinson (1973)
58. Cathie Wilhelm (1974)
59. Marilyn Weintz (1975)
60. Tamara Young (1976)
61. Mary Lapinski (1977)
62. Nancy Hendricks (1978)
63. Laura C. Tryon, Psyc’81 (1979)
64. Ellen Beth Reinhardt, EMgt’83 (1980)
65. Janet Kay Davis, PetE’82 (1981)
66. Dana Stricker (1982)
67. Terri Sherrill (1983)
68. Monica L. Gardner, EMgt’87 (1984)
69. Ellen Marie Greathouse, EE’85 (1985)
70. Lynn Ann Mueller, MetE’89 (1986)
71. Teresa Stover Howard, CE’88 (1987)
72. Lara Christine Waters, EE’91 (1988)
73. Organ Myer (1989)
74. Cynthia Lee Fischer, CE’90 (1990)
75. Natalie Lynn Bourgeois, MetE’93 (1991)
76. Heather Rae Stork, GeoE’93 (1992)
77. Deanna Wohlemuth (1993)
78. Angela Diane Kolb, CE’96 (1994)
79. Nina Marie Woods, ChE’98 (1995)
80. Jenny Lynn Maruschak, MetE’98 (1996)
81. Brooke Louise Beville, ChE’98 (1997)
82. Diane Lynn Moellenhoff, EE’98 (1998)
83. Kate Oteria Klotz, Psyc’02 (1999)
84. Stacy Ellen Pruett, ChE’00 (2000)
85. Heather M Grimes, Psyc’02 (2001)
86. Marcia Leone Steger, CerE’03 (2002)
87. Nicole Marie Rogge, Econ’04 (2003)
88. Lucie Beth Johannes, MetE’02 (2004)
89. Rachel Leigh Grodsky, CerE’06 (2005)
90. Alyson Danielle Habermehl, an undeclared freshman (2006)
91. Jessica Marie Mueller, BioS’06 (2007)

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