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Name Note
Emily Headrick Johnson
Class of 2011
Marriage
married her best friend, Eric L. Johnson on June 28th, 2014.
Bob K. Johnston
Class of 1962
Memoriam
was born in Clarksville, Arkansas, April 19, 1940 to Anne Vanderslice and Robert Hartman Johnston, who predeceased him. He died October 11 at home with his family at his bedside. He is survived by his wife of 52 years Martha Johnston; his five children, James (Pamela) Johnston, Lexington, KY, Andrew (Kristen) Johnston Houston, TX, Elizabeth (Timothy) Howard, Brentwood, TN, Dr. David ( Dr. Jennifer) Johnston, Clarksville, TN, Mary (James) Tayloe Memphis, TN; eleven grandchildren, Alexander, Margaret, William, and Robert Howard; Leah and Brian Johnston; Hannah, Katherine and Matthew Johnston; and Caroline and Camille Johnston; two sisters, Eloise (Joe) Galvan, San Antonio TX and Camille Jones, Donna TX; one brother, Walter (Barbara) Johnston, Buda TX; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was raised in Mercedes, Texas and attended Maryville College. He received his MD from Vanderbilt University. Bob served in the Medical Corps of the Army at Fort Benning and in Vi-etnam and was honorably discharged with a rank of Major.In addition to his family and his church, Dr. Johnston had four great loves. He loved music, fre-quently attended the symphony and sang in the choirs of both Hillwood Presbyterian and Trinity Presbyterian. He was an avid tennis player, winning local, state, and national titles. He believed in sharing his healing gifts, and was a frequent missionary to Kikuyu Orthopedic and Rehabilita-tion Center, an East African Presbyterian Institution outside Nairobi, Kenya. He also loved his medical practice, which began with the Edwards-Eve Clinic at St. Thomas hospital, subsequent-ly became the Lipscomb Clinic, and finally Tennessee Orthopedic Alliance. After retiring from TOA, he continued to practice at The General Hospital at Meharry until June 2014.He was a member of Hillwood Presbyterian Church where he was on the session working with Room in the Inn and Habitat for Humanity. He served on the boards of The Medical Benevo-lence Foundation, Park Manor retirement home, and the Wilson Rehabilitation Center. He served as a church league basketball coach for many years. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/tennessean/obituary.aspx?n=robert-k-johnston&pid=172797887&fhid=14292&eid=sp_ommatch#sthash.PmJNEZcT.dpuf
Hugh S. Livingston
Class of 1969
Memoriam
age 83 of Townsend, died Saturday, October 6, 2001at Asbury Acres Nursing Home, following a long illness. Hugh was born and raised in Mohawk,Tennessee and moved to Blount County where he worked for 43 years as a millwright for theAluminum Company of America. Hugh served his country proudly during World War II in the Third Army under General Patton with a tour of duty in Germany. He was recognized with several medals and awards of merit during this service. As a veteran, Hugh was reluctant to speak of his military experiences but shared with his grandchildren his first visit to a big city and seeing the Statue of Liberty from the deck of the ship as he left for Germany, and then seeing her again in a different light when he returned to stateside. Hugh was an avid gardener, loved to grow flowers, and crafted handcarved miniature log cabins and churches from pieces of cedar. As a father raising boys, he spent time in the hills of his beloved East Tennessee, teaching his sons to hunt and to fish and to respect the land. He loved all types of music and could play the guitar and mandolin by ear. He was a member of Alcoa First Baptist, but upon moving to Townsend, attended Tuckaleechee United Methodist Church. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Orpha Jarrells and Samuel Benjamin Livingston; sisters Mary Sue Livingston, Medra Ethel Lee and brother Jarrell Benton Livingston. He leaves behind his loving wife, Barbara Rathbone Wilson Livingston; son Hugh Samuel Livingston, Jr.; son and daughter-in-law Willlam Lynn Livingston and Janice R. Livingston; step-son and wife Joe and Brenda Wilson; granddaughter Laura Livingston Marsh and husband Steve Marsh; granddaughter Candice Lynn Wilson; grandsons Joshua Christian, Daniel Benjamin and Caleb Samson Livingston and Christopher David Wilson. Hugh is also survived by sisters leanece Newman, Lorraine Livingston, Orpha Maude Lane, Jenny Allred and brothers; David, Don, and Ned Livingston; many nieces and nephews and a host of dear friends and other relatives
Hal B. Lloyd
Class of 1943
Memoriam
passed away on Sunday, Oct. 12th. She said he passed away peacefully. Waiting on Obituary
Herbert M. McCallum
Class of 1950
Memoriam
Jan. 13, 1928 - Sept. 2, 2013 RALEIGH, N.C. - Herbert McCraw McCallum, 85, died Monday at his residence. He was employed as a Health Planner with the State of North Carolina, prior to retirement. An ordained Presbyterian minister, he served as a chaplain in the US Air Force. He enjoyed staying active by volunteering with a variety of organizations, such as Meals on Wheels, the NC Art Museum, the RDU Ambassador and as a NC Train host. In addition, he taught college courses at Wake Tech and Encore. Mr. McCallum was associated with West Raleigh Presbyterian Church, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Good Shepard Lutheran Church and White Memorial Presbyterian Church. A memorial service will be held Thursday, 3:00 pm at Springmoor Auditorium, 1500 Sawmill Rd., Raleigh, NC 27615. The family will receive friends following the service. Surviving are his wife of 48 years, Dorothy Dot Thompson McCallum; daughter, Ellen Lee McCallum and partner, Barbara Hosler of Okemos, MI; brother, James Richard McCallum and wife, Peggy of Durham. He was preceded in death by his parents, Richard Baxter McCallum and Elizabeth McCraw McCallum; brother, Oliver Watkins McCallum and a sister, Sarah Grey McCallum Bond.
Joe Lytle McCay
Class of 1994
Notes
Graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with a MS in Information Technology.
Fred G. Morrison
Class of 1961
Notes
received The North Carolina 45 Years Service Award on Thursday October 16, 2014 presented by Chief Administrative Law Judge, Juklian Mann. (see magic folder for photo)
Chris Allen Noe
Class of 1996
Notes
Received Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) in Global Leadership from Lynn University in Boca Raton, FL, in May of 2014. Dissertation research in Corporate Social Responsibility by Small Business for Economic Value. Began own Global Management Consulting Firm named CNoeLimits, LLC in 2014 as a Nonprofit & Social Enterprise Advisor working with corporate and nonprofit enterprises.
Andrew Taylor O'Neil
Class of 2014
Memoriam
died Sept. 9, 2014. He was a first-year graduate student in the entomology program at Clemson University. He was a well respected and honorable student during his time at Maryville College and Clemson. He is survived by his parents, brother, family and friends.
Megan Wylie Potts
Class of 2008
Notes
works in Knoxville with Sorenson VRS, KCD, and other agencies as an interpreter and at Maryville College as an interpreter and AEI interpreting skills mentor with interpreting students. While at Maryville College she worked on dual majors in AEI and ASL/Deaf Studies. Megan is now NIC (National Interpreter Certification) Certified
Cheree Self Purdy
Class of 2013
Marriage
married Steven Purdy on October 12, 2013 <http://stevenandcheree.ourwedding.com/view/6289994559891312/34806856>
Wanda Hannah Ramage
Class of 1968
Memoriam
Entered into rest suddenly in Santa Rosa, CA on August 2, 2014. Dearly beloved wife of forty-four years of Dan Ramage of Santa Rosa, loving mother of Jenn Ramage (Steve Palopoli) of Los Gatos, CA and Wendy Ramage of Santa Rosa, and adored grandmother of Frankie Palopoli. Also survived by one sister, Alma (Lew) Hardy of Washington; two brothers, Stephen (Kimberly) Hannah and Paul (Karen) Hannah, both of Tennessee; and numerous nieces and nephews. A native of Maryville, TN, she was 68 years old. Wanda was a graduate of Maryville College class of 1968; proudly having made the Dean's Honor List and served on the Debate Team each college year. An avid member of the Presbyterian Church at the time, following graduation, she worked for a year on a special project sponsored by the Board of National Missions. In 1969 Wanda relocated west to explore the possibility of a church vocation at the San Francisco Theological Seminary. It was there, in Berkeley, where she would meet her future husband whom she wed in San Anselmo in 1970. Wanda and Dan spent their youth residing throughout the Bay Area. In 1973, they made Santa Rosa their home and added two daughters to their marriage. An active mother, Wanda put family first in the rearing of her daughters and, over the years, enjoyed many family vacations in the Tahoe Basin. She directed Youth and Children's Programs at Christ Church United Methodist, was a Teacher's Aide and then served as School Secretary at Village Elementary, 1984-1989. She also took pride several summers in bringing International Exchange Students into Host Families throughout Santa Rosa. All of this led to Wanda obtaining her Teaching Credential at Sonoma State. She was employed eighteen years by the Mark West Union School District, first at San Miguel Elementary and then at Mark West Elementary. She retired from teaching in 2008 and returned to her first love and priority, family. She was a fierce Health Care Advocate and compassionate caregiver to Wendy. To these efforts, Wanda brought complete and full devotion. A special highlight of her retirement years was the birth of her granddaughter. Wanda's sudden passing in August leaves behind a devoted family, many friends, neighbors and colleagues, who all feel the tremendous gift of her life.
Amy L. Reed
Class of 2001
Notes
just completed her first short film this summer. It is called "Southern Fried Thanksgiving" and is available to view on YouTube. A special showing of the film is scheduled for Maryville PFLAG chapter's meeting on November 6, 2014. Amy is also writing a series of monologues for either a live performance or web shorts.
Charles Gatmen Reneau
Class of 1950
Memoriam
age 86 of Oneida, Tennessee, passed away on Sunday, September 21, 2014 at the Pioneer Hospital of Scott County. Born in Maryville, Tennessee on November 17, 1927, he was the son of the late Paul A. and Mary Shamblin Reneau. He was a member of the United Methodist Church in Oneida, a United States Navy Veteran of WWII, and a respected businessman for many years. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife Merle T. Reneau; brother Bill Reneau; stepmother who helped raised him Elva Joyce Reneau; infant daughter Kay Reneau. Survived by his children Mark Reneau and wife Nancy of Oneida, Tennessee, Kevin Reneau and wife Jaimie of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and Chris Reneau and wife Melinda of Oneida, Tennessee; grandchildren: Kristin James and husband Paul of Virginia, Keisha Hughes and husband DJ of Helenwood, Tennessee, Amy Reneau of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Lynsee Reneau of Oneida, Tennessee, Caitlyn Reneau of Oneida, Tennessee and Erika Nelson of Austin, Texas; great grandchildren Laithen, Chloe and Ava Hughes, Noah, Levi and Gracie James and Topher Bell; sisters: Lynell Meier and husband Ronnie of St. Louis, Missouri, Spicey Ridenour and husband Johnny of Florida; brother Buddy Reneau and wife Janet of Atlanta, Georgia; sister-in-law Phyllis Reneau of Georgia; special caregivers : Shirley Elwartowski and Amy Pierce; many other relatives and friends.
Mikey David Rickman
Class of 2004
Notes
recently spent three weeks volunteering in the Rarotonga, Cook Islands (South Pacific) with Global Volunteers. While there, he taught Literacy to elementary students as well as volunteered at a center for adults with disabilities.
Mikey David Rickman
Class of 2004
Notes
traveled this past summer to the remote Cook Islands (located in the South Pacific) with Global Volunteers. While there, he taught literacy and math to elementary-aged children. He also volunteered at a center for disabled adults.
Norma Loetz Robinson
Class of 1953
Memoriam
Asheville - Norma Lou Robinson, 82, of Asheville, died Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at the Memorial Campus of Mission Hospitals. A native of Sturgis, MI, she was the daughter of the late Louis and Jane Van Zanten Loetz. She attended Maryville College (TN), graduated from Miami of Ohio and earned her Master's from Vanderbilt University. Lou met Tom in 1957 in Nashville and they were married on January 9, 1960. She retired in 1998 from the VA Medical Center in Oteen after 25 years of service. She was a dedicated and caring speech pathologist, who worked with veterans who had lost their voice to cancer and taught them a new way to speak. She organized The New Voice Club for the veterans and their families. Lou was an active member of Arden Presbyterian Church, of which she sang in the choir for over 30 years. She loved music, writing poetry, volunteering and interacting with others. Lou is survived by her husband of nearly 54 years, Tom M. Robinson, III; two daughters, Lynn Womble and her husband, Eddie, of Fletcher, Ellen Robinson of Charlotte as well as a family of dear friends.
Gretchen E. Schmidt
Class of 2014
Notes
is a full time interpreter in the Knox County, Tenn. school system. She also worked at Visual Communication Interpreting (VCI) in the office handling requests and other tasks in spring and summer 2014.
Sarah Turner Smith
Class of 2008
Notes
works in Morganton, NC as a community and educational interpreter and is NIC (National Interpreter Certification) Advanced.
Doug N. Stubblefield
Class of 1957
Memoriam
Douglas N. Stubblefield, age 84, of Largo died at Largo Medical Center on May 13, 2014. Born in Springfield, Tennessee, he graduated from Maryville College and Louisville Presbyterian Seminary. He was an ordained Presbyterian minister. During the Korean War he served in the army training in the mountains of Japan. The war ended before he was deployed to Korea. Upon returning home he married his college sweetheart, Helen Seay '54. They both took missionary training and were sent to Thailand by the Presbyterian Church. They served in Thailand for 15 years. He is survived by his loving wife of 57 years, a brother, Lloyd Stubblefield, nephews Bruce and Steve Stubblefield and Rick Vaughn and several cousins.