St. Louis section – June 26 Scholarship Golf Tournament

Wolf Hollow Golf Club – Labadie, Mo.
The tournament raised $1,600 for the St. Louis Section Endowed Scholarship for S&T students – thank you.


Attendees included:
Mark Abernathy ’80; Spencer ’01 and Bridget ’01 Allen; Dave Amelotti; Chris Beer; Brian Bell ’88; Bob Berry ’72; Jack Bertelsmeyer ’70; Robert Bibb ’03; Chris Boone ’90; Austin Borgard; Mike Bogard ’86; Matt Bright; Steve Brunts ’78; Mike Brynac ’66; Ken Busch ’72; Gregg Carlson ’77; Chris Carpenter ’85; Bryan Cassity ’86; Jack Cassity; Kevin Christiansen; Calvin Curdt ’74; Dave Dearth ’68; David DeWeese ’81; Don ’75 and Mary Dierker; Kevin Dierker; Randy Dreiling ’81; John Eash ’79, ’90; Terry Etwistle ’83; Hank ’64, ’66 and Mary Fischer; Kent Fujiwara; Leigh Anne Fulkerson; Gene Gaddy; Kent Goddard ’81; Scott Goddard; Susan Graf ’83; Ray Green; Ron Halbach ’65; Dan Haar; Tom Herrmann ’50; Greg Hicks ’76, ’80; Chris Hooley; Jeff Hoyt ’89; Jeff Hughes; Don Hunt ’81; Mike Hutchison; Keith Jozwiak; Phil Jozwiak ’66; Scott Jozwiak; Dave Keller; Don Keller; Don Keller Jr. ’79; Chris Killian ’70; Stan Kirkendall; Jeff Kokal ’98 ’00; Keith Conradi ’72; Ben Kuenzel ’01; Stan Kurkendall; Steve Lamitola ’99; Brenda Liescheidt ’78; Dustin Loeffler; Matt Madrid; Dale Martin; Carol McCarthy; John McCarthy III; John McCarthy IV; Bob Mitchell ’78; Todd Monroe ’03; Jesse Moran ’07; Don Morris; John Murry; Milton Murry ’64, ’80; Doug Niermeyer ’89; Joe Norris ’82; Niel Palmer ’77 ’81; Jon ’01 and Megan ’02 Pardeck; Jonathan Press ’00; Larry Probst ’71; Steve Probst ’73; Elliott Reed ’01; Jason Reed ’99; Chris ’04 and Sarah ’03, ’06 Reeves; Scott Roddy ’85; Rich Roser ’81; Scott Rush ’98; Fred Sansone; Jon Schneider ’87; Tom Schneider ’75; Jeff Shiner ’98, ’05; Gerry Stevenson ’59, ’63; Howard Stine ’67, ’70; Bill Stoltz ’68; David Strubberg ’81; David Strubberg Jr.; Dave Suiter ’74, ’99; Rob Sutton ’98, ’00; Mike Svoboda ’70, ’71; Ray Tauser ’56; Ed Tauser; Steve Tauser; Pete Telthorst ’88; Lea Ann Thompson ’02; Chris Turner; Jon Vaninger ’63; Raymond Veit ’92; Rich Waldrop; Bob Welsch ’98, ’06; Doug Workman ’71; Dennis Yeh ’90; and Robert Zinselmeyer ’88. Missouri S&T representatives: Marianne Ward and Nancy Zamazanuk.

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