- Andy Greening '70 is vice president of Behavioral Health for Preferred Family Healthcare in Hannibal, Mo. Andy and his wife, Carol, have four children ages 28-34: Derek, head wrestling coach/agriculture director for Hannibal High School; Megan, RN living in Marshalltown, Iowa; Molly, LCSW, associate director of Residential Services for Chaddock in Quincy, Ill.; and Andy, employed by Hannibal Public Schools and assistant coach for the Culver-Stockton College Cross Country Team. They have eight grandchildren, including twin boys born this past May.
- John '70 and Jeanne Griese recently celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. John retired after 40 years of teaching and coaching football and track. John and Jeanne have two daughters, Lisa and Michelle, and one grandson, Andrew.
- Jim McCollough '70 and his wife, Charlotte, reside in Topeka, Kan. He retired as senior minister of First Christian Church of Topeka Kansas after serving that congregation for 20 years, and serving as a Disciple Pastor for 40 years. They have two sons, Dwight and Andrew who live in Topeka and Fort Worth Texas.
- Richard '70 and Bette (Baxter) '71 Oesterle live in Cedar Lake, Ind.
- Bill Scheffler '70 retired after 41 years in education, most recently as a high school principal. Bill and his wife, Cathy, celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary. They have four children and eleven grandchildren.
- Bill Clark '71 is the associate director of AARP in St. Petersburg, Fla. He lives with his wife, Jean, and step-son, Andrew, in Palmetto, Fla. Bill's father, Chester, graduated from C-SC in 1941 and was captain of the Golf Team and co-captain of the MCAU Conference Champion Basketball team. His mother, Ruth Ownby Clark, was a Chi Omega in the class of 1943. His cousin, Lynn Clark Elliott, graduated from C-SC in 1975.
- William Clark '71 is the associate state director of AARP in Palmetto, Fla. He loved his years at Culver-Stockton, which is also where his father met his mother.
- John (Jack) Dawson '71 and his wife, Pamela, reside in Lodi, Calif., where Jack is senior pastor of the United Congregational Christian Church.
- Thomas Langford '71 is retired. He and his wife, Nancy, reside in Springfield, Ill.
- William (Bill) Christiansen '72 is an adult health case manager for DuPage County Health Department in Wheaton, Ill. Bill lives in Oak Park, Ill.
- Gary Corona '72 resides in Gross Pointe Woods, Mich., with his wife, Linda. Gary is a financial advisor with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Troy, Mich.
- William Exham '72 and his wife, Cathy '72, reside in Mesa, Ariz. William is retired from the City of Scottsdale; GM Communtiy Services. He currently serves as the the varsity girls basketball coach at Westwood High School in Mesa. Cathy has retired from teaching elementary school and enjoys being the babysitter for their three grand daughters and being active with the ladies group at Central Christian Church.
- James Thornton '72 is retired but still teaches non-credit Spanish for adults through Muscatine Community College where he lives in Muscatine, Iowa. He also has taught private classes for individuals and businesses. He gives credit to Culver-Stockton's Miss Carol Jo Sandy and Dr. Raul Diaz-Carnot for his knowledge of foreign language.
- John D. Zay '72 is enjoying retirement with his wife, Patty in Scottsdale, Ariz.
- Ed Wengorek '73 has recently moved to Cape Coral, Fla., which has more canals than Venice, Italy. He enjoys bowling and recently won the Milledgeville Singles in bowling, with a 300 game included.
- Patrick Hibbeler '74 and his wife, Joanne, live in Quincy, Ill., where Pat is the regional manager for Norpac Foods.
- James House '74 is enjoying retirement and still umpires high school baseball and youth leagues. He lives with his wife of 40 years, Sharon, in Mentor, Ohio.
- Donald Nunemaker '74 and his wife, Susan, reside in Plymouth, Ind. Donald retired from the Air Force in 1990, and retired as an instructor at Ancilla College in 2009. He and Susan have five daughters, Maria, 40, Jennifer, 36, Elaine, 30, Allison, 27 and Liga Renee, 5. They adopted Liga Oct. 5, 2011 from Riga, Latvia.
- Larry Roeder '74 signed a contract with Springer Publishing of Hamburg, Germany to write a textbook on Diplomacy, history and techniques for humanitarian nonprofits. The humanitarian nonprofits are organizations that serve refugees, victims of human rights abuses, natural disasters and wars, or who help failed states build sustainable development. The book has been under development for six months, and already the draft has received international support. “The book is an impressive manual of multilateral diplomacy and full of interesting and useful information and anecdotes,” says Sálvano Briceño, chair of the Science Committee, Integrated Research on Disaster Risk and senior advisor to Global Earthquake Model GEM. Other comments on the book have also been made."While much has been written on Diplomacy, teaching literature on this subject is sparse. Larry Roeder is making a major contribution toward filling this gap. By combining in-depth research with his own extensive international experience, he has put together an essential read and reference book for those NGO leaders, managers and negotiators that hope to operate successfully in the new global environment. His book concentrates on tested diplomatic techniques that can be used to maximize impact and influence," says Victor Comras, Minister Counselor, Retired, US Department of State. Larry's book is due to be published in early 2013. He also has several other books on the stacks, including a novel developed with former Culver-Stockton Professor Richard Holmes, Rocky Jones Space Ranger: Adventure in Cyber-Space, marketed on Amazon. Part of the story takes place in Canton, Mo.
- Ben Martin '75 of Lee's Summit, Mo., will be inducted into the Educational Theatre Association's Hall of Fame this September at the organization's national conference in San Diego. The Hall of Fame recognizes people who have made a significant life-long impact on the field of theatre education over their career.
- Karen (Faires) Davis '77 recently retired after a 29-year career with the Missouri Bankers Association, where she served as senior vice president of insurance services. Karen plans to stay busy with volunteer work. She is a Rotarian and is active in her church and its music department. She also mentors at an elementary school in Jefferson City. Karen and her husband, Dan '77, have a son and daughter who both have careers in the St. Louis area.
- Donna (Brassea) Ransdell '78 and her husband, Warren '80, reside in Poway, Calif. Their daughter, Jennifer '08, and her husband, Aaron Fults '07, are the proud parents of Valerie Ann, born Feb. 14, 2012. Warren is now retired and Donna is still teaching for Ramona Unified School District, Ramona, Calif. They are active in the local Presbyterian Church, where they both play percussion in the church orchestra, and she sings with Grace Notes (women's choral ensemble).
- Mary Ann (Wolfe) Burns '77, recently earned her Doctorate in Education (EdD) from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She is currently director of School Improvement Initiatives with the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
- John Delabar '78 recently retired after working in security at Anheuser-Busch for 30 years and 7 months. He worked 34 1/2 years in law enforcement and security. He now plans on enjoying the good life!
- Terry (Davis) Durgin '78 is retired from public schools and is teaching instrumental and vocal music at Saint Clare Catholic School part-time. She now has two granddaughters, ages 8 and 6. She lives with her husband, Geoffrey, in St. Clair, Mo.
- Gus Krantz '78 is the owner of Turner Hicks Agency, Inc. in Chillicothe, Ill. Gus has three children, Zoe, Maggie and Emma.
- Donna (Dieterich) Pierce '78 resides in Krum, Texas. She is the director of the Krum Public Library. Donna's daughter, Emily, is a 2011 graduate of Culver-Stockton.
- Everett "DeWayne" Rucker '78 is still with the Missouri State Highway Patrol. His wife, Maureen, has worked at the Hampton Inn in Jefferson City since her resignation from the Russellville school. She also works as a substitute teacher during the school year. They have a daughter, Tehra, and a son, Lance, who recently moved to Lawrence, Kan.
- Lois Wolf '78 is the director of business development for Visiting Angels in St. Louis.
- Ron '79 and Denise Surber live in Harrisonville, Mo. Ron is a labeling compliance manager for Russell Stover Candies, Inc. in Kansas City, Mo.