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Name Note
Wayne Hubert Dunn
Class of 1978
age 58, died unexpectedly on Monday, December 8, 2014. He was 58. Born in Dover, NJ he was raised in Rockaway Borough and graduated from Morris Hills High School in 1974. He graduated from Maryville College in Tennessee in 1980, where he was named a Kodak Division 3 All-American Football Player and 3-time All-American Wrestler. Wayne remained in Tenn., and taught physical education at Webb School in Knoxville, TN, where he coached football, and began the wrestling and girls golf programs. He moved to Hampton Twp., NJ and worked for UPS for 17 years, also assisting with the wrestling team at Kittatinny High School. Later, Wayne relocated to Spring Hill, TN and started the wrestling program at Summit High School, working there for two years. He was currently an assistant football coach at Morris Knolls High School in Denville, where he was just named head coach of their wrestling team. Wayne was a great athlete, and a member of the Maryville College Athletic Hall of Fame, the Blount County (Tenn.) Wrestling Hall of Fame, and the Blount County Sports Hall of Fame. He was predeceased by his infant daughter, Jamie; his sister, Kathleen "Katie" Dunn; and his step-father, William Dunn. He is survived by his high school sweetheart and loving wife, Mary Lou of 38 years; his mother, Norma Jean Dunn of Hope; his father, Donald Ramsey of Alaska; two children: Kelli Dunn-Roberts (& Aaron) of Murfreesboro, TN, and Matthew Tyler Dunn (& Ellen) of Kingston, GA; a granddaughter Killian Roberts; three step-grandchildren: Charlotte, Mary and Isaac; two brothers: Will Dunn of Rockaway and John Dunn of Wharton; and his sister: Maureen Dunn-Graham of Virginia Beach, VA. A funeral service will be held on Monday, Dec. 15th at 3:00 PM at the United Methodist Church of the Rockaways, 1 Hoagland Ave, Rockaway. A private cremation will follow. Visiting hours will be held on Sunday, Dec. 14th from 4:15 - 8:00 PM at the Whitham-Kanapaux Funeral Home, 20 Keller Ave, Rockaway.
Robert F. Durant
Class of 1970
Why Public Service Matters: Public Managers, Public Policy, and Democracy. Why Public Service Matters conveys the importance, purpose, and nobility of a career as a civil servant in the United States. It does so, however, with an unflinching eye on the realpolitik that drives public administration in America's "compensatory state" and on the pitfalls of reformers' focus on bureaucratic, rather than democratic, administration. The book links the nation's ability to handle contemporary policy problems with the strategic, tactical, and normative quality of public management. In doing so, it offers newcomers a rare, concise, and accessible overview of the field. Readers will gain an appreciation for the challenges, choices, and opportunities facing public managers as they help advance a sense of common purpose informed by democratic constitutional values in twenty-first century America.
Shelby Denise Edwards
Class of 2013
is living and Interpreting in NYC. She is currently interpreting 6 days per week, working three days of the week with New York's Department of Education and free lancing the other three days. This free lancing is with Empire Interpreting Services in NY. In addition to interpreting, she is taking advantage of living in NY and joined a Deaf Theatre group, the New York Deaf Theatre. Their first show, Jekyll and Hyde opened November 7, 2014. She is the assistant stage manager and reportedly is "loving it so much!" She has met and worked with incredible deaf actors and the entire play is in ASL.
David Leon Evans
Class of 1981
retired in 2012 from the USAF/ANG following 28 years of service. Post retirement he has joined Professional Project Services (Pro2Serve) and serves as Vice President of National Security Programs.
Wayne Feehrer
Class of 1954
of Cleveland, TN passed away Friday evening October 24, 2014. He was a native of Pitcarin, PA and had lived in Cleveland since 1954. He was the son of the late Claude E. and Louise P. Feehrer. He was a long time member of Broad Street United Methodist Church serving his church in many capacities including Chairman of the Finance Committee, Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Chairman of the Pastor Parrish. He also was a teacher of the Disciple Bible class for many years. Feehrer was retired from Cherokee Valley Bank having served the financial industry over 30 years. At the time of his retirement he held the position of President and CEO as well as Chairman of the Board. He was a Navy Veteran of WWII and earned his BA from Maryville College and received his master's degree from the University of Tennessee. Before entering the thrift industry, he was personnel director at Burlington Industries in Cleveland from 1956 to 1958. Feehrer had been very active on both the state and national levels for the financial industry. He served as president of the TN State League and chairman of the State Legislative Committee. He held numerous other positions in the TN State League including treasurer and Vice President and served as Chairman of the Insurance Committee. On a national level, Feehrer served on the Land Use Development Committee, the Advisory Committee on State Legislation and the U.S. League of Savings Institutions. He also served on the Board of Directors of Savings and Loan Data Corporation of Cincinnati. Feehrer's many civic and business activities included: past district commissioner, Boy Scouts of America; past chairman, Bradley Co. United Fund; past president, Cleveland Jaycees where he was named Young Man of the Year in 1960; past president, Cleveland Family YMCA; and past president, Junior Achievement of Bradley Co. Feehrer was also past chairman of the Bradley Co. Regional Planning Commission; past secretary and treasurer of the Cleveland Industrial Bond Board; past president, Cleveland Rotary Club; past director Southeast Regional YMCA. Feehrer also served on the Board of Trustees of Hiwassee, Tennessee Wesleyan and Emory and Henry Colleges and the Cleveland State Community College Foundation and Chairman of the Foundations Investment Committee. He and his family loved spending time with family and friends at Parksville Lake during the many summers of his life. Many special memories will live on through his children and grandchildren. He was an avid Tennessee Vol fan and loved his Big Orange, traveling to many venues to cheer them on. Survivors include his loving wife of 60 years, Alice Grant Kelly Feehrer, along with his children Majie Millaway (Gary), Kelly Feehrer (Edie) and Sammy Feehrer (Anne) all of Cleveland, his grandchildren Brad Millaway (Sara), Sarah Jane Moore (Chase), Emily Davidson (Corey), Patten Feehrer, Grant Feehrer and Bailey Feehrer. Great grandchildren include Tapanga, Addison, Colten, Reese and Izzy and his special cousin Mary Kathryn Vanosdale, whom he thought of as a second daughter. A service of Remembrance was conducted at Broad Street United Methodist Church on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 4:00 PM with the Reverends Skip White and Randy Martin officiating. Visitation was in the Narthex of the church from 3:00 to 4:00 prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Broad Street United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 3, Cleveland, TN 37364 or any charity of your choice. Special thanks to Garden Plaza personnel and staff, Helping Hands of Cleveland and Avalon Hospice Care.
Jessica Pope Flinchum
Class of 2005
to Scott Flinchum on June 22, 2012.
Folami M. Ford
Class of 2000
Holds the Masters of Arts in Interpretation from Gallaudet University and is continuing work on her dissertation in the Gallaudet PhD program with concentrations in interpreting pedagogy and research. This is the first and only PhD program in the field of signed languages interpreting. She continues to work full time with Gallaudet Interpreting Services. Holds National Interpreter Certification (NIC) in interpreting from (Registry for Interpreters for the Deaf) in addition to other interpreting certifications. She was first certified nationally with RID (Certificate of Transliteration) as an MC senior.
Suzanne McCulloch Friedericks
Class of 1971
has now retired and loving this new adventure.
Diana Michele Getzlaff
Class of 2009
completed legal interpreter training and passed the national written legal interpreting test in spring 2014. She is now NIC (National Interpreter Certification) Advanced certified. She continues to work as a contract interpreter in Minnesota in legal and medical settings, among others.
Paul G. Gibson
Class of 2000
VIEO Design's Principal, founder, Lead Designer, and Lead Developer received another title in October 2014 when he was voted Knoxville's Best Web Programmer for the 4th time. The Knoxville Big Wig Awards, from the American Advertising Federation of Knoxville, recognizes the people behind the best marketing and advertising in East Tennessee. The winners were announced at an awards gala on October 22, 2014.
Stephen Paul Gilmore
Class of 1973
Stephen Paul Gilmore, 63, resident of Maryville, died Tuesday, March 18, 2014, in Alcoa. Steve was born in Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 6, 1951, son of Rev. O. Leland and Vera Mae Wilson Gilmore. He was preceded in death by his parents; and by one brother, Daniel Darlington Gilmore of Marietta, Ga. Steve grew up in Wheeling, W.Va., Pineville, N.C., and Maryville, graduating from Maryville High School (1970), Maryville College (1974), and University of Tennessee law school (1977). During his career, he worked as a lawyer at American National Bank of Chattanooga, Fleet of Atlanta, and Provident Bank of Cincinnati. During Steve’s 30-year marriage, he enjoyed sports, hiking (especially in the Smoky Mountains), camping with the Boy Scouts, being involved with his son’s little league team, listening to his daughter sing, the cultivation of roses, and hunting for salamanders in Little River. Steve was also known for his quick wit, his exuberant personality, and his pride for his son and daughter. He was an encyclopedia of trivial and not-so-trivial quotes and information. Steve is survived by his son, Capt. Larson Crane (Catherine) Gilmore, of the United States Army; his daughter, Ana Starr Gilmore, of Wilmington, N.C.; his former wife, Stephanie Crane of Fort Mitchell, Ky.; four siblings, David (Elsie) of Baraboo, Wisc., Sylvia (Robert) Jefferies of Bloomington, Ind., Charles (Thaya) of St. George, Utah; and Donald (Ann) of Springville, Ala., and a sister-in-law, Sharon Easterly Gilmore, of Marietta, Ga. He is also survived by many other relatives and friends who cared for him very much. The family is especially grateful to Corita Swanson and Bruce Watt of Maryville for their special care for Steve. A memorial service will take place at Highland Presbyterian Church, Maryville at 2 p.m., Saturday, May 31, 2014. Rev. Billy Newton will officiate. Memorial gifts may be sent to National Association for Mental Illness (NAMI), 3803 N. Fairfax Dr., Ste. 100, Arlington, VA 22203. McCammon-Ammons-Click Funeral Home, Maryville, 982-6812,
Gail Wathen Grady
Class of 1958
She was preceded in death by her parents, Dr. Charles and Blanche Moore Wathen; and twin sister, Janet Wathen Clark. She is survived by her husband of thirty-two years, Melvin T. Grady; brother, James Edward (Carol Lee) Wathen, St. Petersburg, FL; and sisters-in-law, Barbara Jean Grady Holt, Houston, TX, Peggy June Grady Smith, Dothan, AL; nieces Mrs. Twana (Peter) Skrobot, Munster, IN, Ms. Cynthia Wathen St Petersburg, FL; nephews Clifton B (Jennifer) Clark, James (Linda) Wathen. Mrs. Grady was born Helen Gail Wathen on July 4, 1936 in Berea, KY. She was a 1954 graduate of London High School in London, KY, an honors graduate of Maryville Tennessee College where she received a bachelor's degree, and a graduate of Georgia State University where she received her master's degree. She was a retired research scientist microbiologist from the CDC with thirty years of service. She was a member of Sugar Hill United Methodist Church.
Mary Wooldridge Gravely
Class of 1949
died Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014, at her home in Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Born in Harrodsburg, on April 23, 1927, she was the daughter of the late W.T. and Mae Mitchell Wooldridge. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her beloved husband, William W. Gravely Sr. and her sister, Nancy Wooldridge Wilson. She was a graduate of Harrodsburg High School, Maryville (Tennessee) College, and the University of Kentucky. A proud lifelong member of the United Presbyterian Church of Harrodsburg, she was one of the first woman members of its diaconate. Mary Mitchell was an educator in both the Harrodsburg and Mercer County school systems, teaching a variety of subjects. She was a member and former Registrar and Regent of the Jane McAfee Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, a member of the Jamestown Society, Morgan's Men, Boonesborough Society, Ancient Planters, Dames of the Magna Carta, Washington's Men at Valley Forge, and a former member of Colonial Dames and Daughters of the Confederacy. She is survived by one daughter, Mary Reinhardt (Craig), of Lexington; two sons, William Gravely Jr. (Nancy), of Glasgow and Tom Gravely (Linda), of Edgewood, seven grandchildren, Chris Gravely (Monique), Kirsten Moss (Ben), Nathaniel Gravely, Sarah Gravely, Matthew Gravely, Andrew Reinhardt, and Sam Reinhardt; and three great-grandchildren, Cassidy Moss, Mary Dotson Moss, and Isabel Gravely. Alternate expressions of sympathy may be directed to the Harrodsburg United Presbyterian Church Academy Fund or Maryville College, Maryville, Tennessee. Funeral services are under the direction of Ransdell Funeral Chapel, Harrodsburg <>
Shaynie Palisano Gray
Class of 2013
works full time at East TN Technology Access Center (ETTAC ) in Educational Technology Services in Knoxville and does contract interpreting for Knoxville Center of the Deaf.
Tyler David Herron
Class of 2013
completed the nationally highly competitive School to Work Program at the Video Relay Interpreting Institute in spring 2014. He works as a video relay interpreter with Sorenson Video Relay in New York, previously interpreted with Knoxville Center of the Deaf, and has interpreted in a local TN school system. He moved in fall 2014 to New York state and is working interpreting for Empire Interpreting Service, A la Orden in Syracuse. He works among the languages of spoken English, Spanish, American Sign Language and English sign forms. His majors at MC were: AEI and Spanish.
Catherine Crothers Hodges
Class of 1946
born April 24, 1923 in Andong, Korea to Presbyterian missionaries, passed away in Birmingham on October 5, 2014, and there is great rejoicing in Heaven. Catherine was preceded in death by her parents, Rev. John Y. and Ellen M. Crothers, brothers Rev. James and Rev. Samuel Crothers, son Terry Wallace Hodges and a host of loving friends. She is survived by sons William P. 'Pat' Hodges and Larry J. (Pam) Hodges, both of Birmingham, daughter-in-law, B.J. Hodges of Anthem, AZ, grandsons Adam J. Hodges (Allison) of Nashville and Vance C. (Joy) Hodges of Neenah, WI, granddaughter Ansley C. Hodges of Orlando, six great-grandchildren, and a host of loving friends. Catherine spent her childhood with her family in the mission fields in Korea before returning to the States to complete her secondary education at Lower Merion High School in Ardmore, PA. She then earned her undergraduate degree from Maryville College and her Masters of Elementary Education from Samford University. She was a member of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society for women in education, and taught first and second grades in the Birmingham school system for 23 years. At the end of her career, she was teaching the children of students she had taught at the start of her career. A lifelong bird lover, Catherine was a member of the Audubon Society and the Alabama Ornithological Society. As part of her birding activities she was a long-time member of the late Helen Kittinger's Tuesday birding group. She was also a member of the Blanche Dean chapter of the Alabama Wildflower Society. The sister, daughter, granddaughter and great-granddaughter of Presbyterian (USA) ministers, Catherine's faith ran deep. After moving to Birmingham, she joined Five Mile Presbyterian Church in 1950, and served the church as Sunday school teacher, Elder, member of the Session, and Trustee. Active in Presbyterian Women, she received the Woman of the Year award in 2009. Loving mother, doting grandparent and great-grandparent, generous friend, patient teacher, good and faithful Christian: Catherine Hodges was all of these. Although she will be missed here on earth.
Jacqueline Lundgren Hubscher - DECEASED
Class of 1965
of Fairless Hills died Friday, May 9, 2014, at Aria Hospital Bucks County Campus. She was 70. Born in New York City, Mrs. Hubscher has been a long time resident of Fairless Hills. She enjoyed cooking and traveling and had visited many places all over the world including, the Amazon river, Antarctica, and Machu Picchu. She also looked forward to her Friday trips to the salon to get her hair done. Mrs. Hubscher was an animal lover and had numerous pets throughout the years. Beloved wife of Maurice F. Hubscher for 47 years, Mrs. Hubscher was the loving mother of Christian Hubscher (Susan), Josanne Hubscher and Delana Hubscher Ryan (Michael). She was the devoted grandmother of Beverly, Danielle, Brock, and Colton and was the great grandmother of Brianna.
Tom Frederick Hudson
Class of 1983
has been named Executive Director of the South Carolina School Improvement Council (SC-SIC) by the Dean of the University of South Carolina College of Education. Tom served as SC-SIC Associate Director, and more recently as Interim Executive Director, since 2007. SC-SIC provides member training, assistance, and resources for the community-based School Improvement Councils in each of South Carolina's K-12 public schools. Prior to joining the SC-SIC staff, Tom had a 20-plus-year career in communications, public information, and media/constituent relations in the public, private, and education sectors. He is immediate past president of the SC Chapter of the National School Public Relations Association and is a federal appointee to the Selective Service System Board for Richland County (SC). Tom is a 2010 Diversity Fellow of The Riley Institute at Furman University (SC), and is a 2012 Education Policy Fellow of the Institute for Educational Leadership in Washington, DC. He and his wife, Alisha, live in Columbia, SC, with daughter Emily (18). Tom's sons, Matthew (26) and Palmer (26) live in Athens, GA, and Lancaster, SC, respectively.
Errol Allen Hughes
Class of 2014
is currently studying public policy at George Mason Law School.
Cheyanne Cheyanne Hurley
Class of 2003
has been elected to the Tennessee State Executive Committee, Senate District 6, covering Anderson, Loudon and Knox Counties and is also a commercial REALTOR for Keller Williams Realty.