Sigma Nus gather in Springfield, Mo.

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On November 6, 2012

A hardy group of Sigma Nu alumni from classes 1947–55 met this summer for the 14th time since 1995 in Springfield, Mo. The four-day gathering included visits to the annual “Watercolor USA 2012” art exhibit at the Springfield Museum. A day trip to Rolla to view the new buildings and state-of-the-art labs proved educational because many hadn’t been there in years.

Thanks to hosts, Bob, CE’53, and Joan Vienhage, for all of their planning and special arrangements.

Attendees included Dick, MinE’51, MS MinE’55, DE MinE’75, and Jan Bullock; Jim Chaney, MinE’48, MS MinE’49; Joe, GGph’54, and Edie Gray; Jack, CE’50, and Denise Guth; Bill Hallett, MetE’55, and Dorothy Walters; Don Johnson, ME’50; Dick Moeller, ME’50, and Maggie Bauer; Joe, MinE’49, and Charlotte Quinn; Joe, ME’49, and Jan Reiss; Lorraine Spackler; Ron, ME’47, and Sondra Tappmeyer; Bruce, MinE’51, and Anita Tarantola; Ed, ChE’50, and Joyce Thielker; Jim, ME’54, and Pat Toutz; Bob, CE’53, and Joan Vienhage; Bob Farris, CerE’55, MS CerE’61; and Herb Lincoln, CE’54.

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