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FAL 2016

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5 2 | L O U I S V I L L E . E D U Class Notes What's new? Share career updates, relocations, awards, achievements and any other life news about the individuals who make UofL a dynamic and diverse academic community. Send your notes to Degree Index A Arts & Sciences, undergrad. AC Associate alum AD Adopted alum AH Allied health, undergrad. B Business, undergrad. DH Dental hygiene, undergrad. DMD Doctor of Dental Medicine DR Dental residency E Education, undergrad. GA Arts & Sciences, grad. GAH Allied health, grad. GB Business, grad. GD Dentistry, grad. GE Education, grad. GI Interdisciplinary studies, grad. GJA Justice administration, grad. GK Kent School of Social Work, grad. GM Medicine, grad. GMU Music, grad. GN Nursing, grad. GP Public Health, grad. GS Engineering (Speed School), grad. GU Urban & public affairs, grad. H Honorary JA Justice administration, undergrad. K Kent School of Social Work, undergrad. L Law LA Louisville School of Art LGH Lou. Gen. Hospital Nursing School MC Municipal College MD Doctor of Medicine MR Medical residency MU Music, undergrad. N Nursing, undergrad. P Public Health, undergrad. S Engineering (Speed School), undergrad. SC Kentucky Southern College SP Southern Police Institute U Urban & public affairs, undergrad. 1930s Kate (Howison) Pedigo, an author and painter from New Albany, has lived in Seal Beach, California, since 1937 and recently turned 105 years old. Pedigo studied chemistry at UofL from 1930-33 before having to leave the university as a result of the fi nancial pressures during the Great Depression. 1950s David L. White, 52MC, 62GK, celebrated his 90th birthday, and the City of Jeffersonville recently honored him by naming a street in his honor for his services during the Civil Rights Movement from 1960 to1980. He is now retired and living in Nashville. Eugene P. Bohn, 53S, retired as Director of Building Design for CSX Rail Transportation. He is a life member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, American Railroad Engineering and Maintenance of Way Association and was recognized for Committee Member Emeritus status from AREMA Technical Committee 6-Buildings & Support Facilities. 1960s C. Ronald Kahn, 64A, 68MD, 83GA, traveled to Jerusalem to receive the prestigious Wolf Prize in Medicine from Israel's President Reuven Rivlin. Col. Peter Mullen, 65A, had the honor to speak at three CSA Memorial Services in April commemorating soldiers who fought for the Confederacy. James S. Ashley, 68B, was elected president of National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors - Kentucky for the 2016-17 fi scal year. 1970s Bill Fensterer, 72B, is president of Capital Access Corp-KY, recently chosen as the KY Financial Services Advocate of the Year for the state of Kentucky. Teena Halbig, 72AH, 72A, was honored as the recipient of the 2016 Well-Worn Advocacy Award by the national United Nations Association - USA at the Leadership Summitt in Washington, D.C. William L. Brown, Sr., 75A, project offi cer and Pentagon liaison for the United States Armor Force at Fort Knox, retired after 27 years. General Robert Silverthorn, Jr., 75L, was selected by Sigma Chi Fraternity as part of the 2016 class of Signifi cant Sigs, one of the highest honors the fraternity can bestow upon its members Ronald R. Van Stockum, Jr., 75GA, 79GA, 79L, was accepted into the Speakers Bureau at the Kentucky Humanities Council. Delores "Dee" Pregliasco, 77L, was elected president of the Louisville League of Women Voters in June of 2016 for a two-year term. The league was founded in 1920 and is one of the oldest in the country. Ruth Ann Shepherd, 78MD, received the College Distinguished Service Award from the American College of Obstetri- cians and Gynecologists at their annual meeting in Washington, D.C. Shepherd is currently the maternal and child health director for the Kentucky Department for Public Health. David Burks, 79B, 81GB, was one of two recipients of the Thomson Reuters Analyst Awards, recognizing the world's top individual sell-side analysts and sell-side fi rms. 1980s Perry Cheek, 80B, was inducted into the Hopkins County Central High School Hall of Fame after serving as the radio voice of their Storm basketball team since 2005. Cardiologists Chris, 84MD, and Connie Anggelis, 84MD, have joined University of Louisville Physicians and the school's faculty, 34 years after they met as students at the UofL School of Medicine. Michael Khouri, 80L, was nominat- ed by President Obama and confi rmed by the U.S. Senate in June for a new fi ve-year term as commissioner of the Federal Maritime Com- mission in Washington, D.C.

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