Class Notes submitted by Redbird alumni for the February 2013 edition of Illinois State magazine:

1940s alumni

Phyllis Hrehovcsik ’48 is retired and widowed. She resides in Oceanside, California.

1960s alumni

Eugene C. Foley ’62 is a math professor at Collin College in Frisco, Texas, where he resides.

Bill Sharp ’65 served as the elected register of deeds in Grafton County, New Hampshire. He is a retired musician who leads the Mad Bavarian Brass Band, which plays Oktoberfest music. He resides in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

Theresa Ripley ’66 has published several books and is now an ebook author and publisher. She resides in Eugene, Oregon.

Michael Askew ’67 is a retired industrial technology specialist. He and his wife, Carol, reside in Poughkeepsie, New York.

Ray Fenton ’67, M.S. ’68, has retired as Webmaster from the National Association of Test Directors. He received a special service Award for NATD in 2012. He and his wife, Donna, reside in Tucson, Arizona.

Carol Horan ’68 has authored the book A Family’s Secret: Bipolar Disorder on Treetop Lane. She resides in Goodyear, Arizona.

Joseph A. Kotarba ’69 is a professor of sociology and director of the Center for Social Inquiry at Texas State University-San Marcos. He and his wife, Polly, reside in Wimberley, Texas.

Gerald Lott ’69, M.S. ’74, teaches math at Waukesha County Technical College and Madison College, both in Wisconsin. He and his wife, Veronique Berger, reside in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin.