Delta Delta Delta - University of Missouri

Spring 2015 Newsletter

Delta Xi Chapter of Delta Delta Delta at the University of Missouri

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q q q q q q q q q DDD Crescent News Delta Xi Chapter of Delta Delta Delta P.O. Box 7184 Columbia, MO 65205 Address Service Requested ALUMNAE NEWS Send in Recruitment References P lanning is already underway at 901 Richmond Ave. for recruitment 2015. We are working with our collegians to help them understand the importance of information provided by alumnae in references. We need all alumnae who know of someone attending MU next year and participating in formal recruitment to send informative references as early as possible. We only include women for whom we have references in our week-long reference study. Show support for Delta Xi's growth by writing informative references and mailing them in early to 901 Richmond Avenue, Columbia, Mo. 65201. Our chapter is only as good as the women we recruit, so help us be the best we can be. Vice President of Membership Catherine Mikitin '13 (314) 591-8389 (Please do not e-mail with rec. letters.) Reference Chairmen Hailey Krueger '13 Izabelle Hundrev '13 Barbara Butcher Anglum '61 and her husband, John, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last year with their children and grandchildren in Florida while attending Cardinal spring training games. They live in Springfield, Mo. E-mail: Jeanne Sweeney Samson '71 was a preschool teacher for 27 years at Webster Groves Presbyterian Church ECC, beginning when her second child was born and retiring last May. She also worked as a recreation leader, exercise instructor, spinning instructor, and safety camp director at the Webster Groves Recreation Complex since 1994. Jeanne enjoys gardening and stained glass, and since retiring has had more time for her crafts. She makes embellished trellises for her yard and for sale. You can see some of her work on her Facebook page. E-mail: Lindy Senter Cross '83 lives in Kansas City and works in medical skin care sales. She recently got remarried, and her husband owns a restaurant in Brookside called Michael Forbes Bar and Grille. Her daughter Grace is a senior at Mizzou; Grace's twin brother, Jack, lives and works in Kansas City; and her youngest son, Max, is a freshman at Mizzou. "I still keep in touch with my DDD sisters, but do not get to see them as much as I would like. Facebook has been a great way to stay connected." E-mail: Helon Whiteside LaGree '33 Annabeth Limbaugh Huber '36 Katherine Browning Crow '45 Elizabeth Stephens Huskey '45 Cathleen Carpenter Bowman '46 Florence Stewart Vories '47 Jenny Michener Hurrelbrink '50 Mary Ellen Ingle Hopkins '51 Mary Cunningham Spencer '51 Maud Schuchardt Soebbing '52 Jeanenne Hailey Silleck '53 Kay Roth Leland '55 Suanne Watson Crowley '56 Karen Campbell Pottgen '56 Louise Griffith '59 Ann Miller Rowan '59 Carol Schofield Haire '64 Melissa Marsh McClain '77 Jennifer Tatlow Golden '82 Stephanie Waguespack Schexnayder '89 IN MEMORIAM 10 0 Y ears o f Delta Xi Cha p ter DELTA XI CELEBRATES 100 YEARS! See pages 4 and 5 for photos from the celebration. Check our website for a full gallery of Centennial photos, as well as an up to date donor list. Praise for the Centennial Celebration "Bravo for a job well done by you and your incredible team of DDDs." -Cindy Caldarello Jordan '75 "Again, thank you for your love and dedication though the years for the girls and (your) second home at 910 Richmond." -Rene Phillippe Killpack '77 "I have thought that the Tri Deltas were always exceptionally nice people, and the celebration confirmed that belief. The collegians were all so nice, too, and follow in the Tri Delta tradition." "Thank you, thank you, thank you again for all of your hard work. It was much appreciated." -Joyce Randall Sone '57 "I just wanted to thank you for a job well done. I really appreciate all your hard work and the work of your colleagues. It was so great to see everyone and the tours, luncheon, and trolley tours were so nice. I wasn't able to be there for the cocktail party, but I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. It was too short. It was truly a walk down memory lane, as I had not been back to the Tri Delta house since I graduated." -Pat Schopp Herman '66

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