Gerald T. Rosenlund ’57 retired in 1995 after working for 35 years at DuPont. He served on the McLeod Hospital board for 24 years, and is very involved in community activities. He and his wife, Barbara, live in Florence, S.C., and have four children, 14 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. E-mail:

David T. Runyan ’58 enjoys the good life in sunny Altamonte Springs, Fla., with his wife of six years, Cecily. A combination of painting classes, bocce ball, theater, and travel keeps him busy. E-mail:

Walter A. Strauch ’58 sees John Husser ’58 and Thomas Moore ’58 almost annually. He and his wife, Shirley, have enjoyed road scholar trips in Alaska, the Oregon Coast, Yosemite, Nova Scotia, and Gettysburg. Their four children and seven grandchildren live within a two-hour drive in four different states. Walter and Shirley live in Sanbornton, N.H. E-mail:

Bruce G. Oberg ’61 and his wife, Karen, live in Lake Worth, Fla. Their son, Steve ’85, lives two blocks away. Bruce invites any Brothers needing any help in the South Florida/Palm Beach county area to e-mail him. E-mail:

F. Alan Stamper ’64 lives in Rio Verde, Ariz., with his wife, Phyllis. He spent 40 years in the insurance and employee benefits business. He founded a prescription drug benefit company, DrugCard Inc., and served as the CEO until his retirement in 2008. E-mail:

Dale F. Peel ’66 traveled to the Bahamas for a pledge class reunion and enjoys keeping in touch with his Brothers. Dale lives in Red Feather Lakes, Colo., with his wife, Lynn.

Nevin K. Waters, D.D.S. ’68 lives in Olathe, Kan., with his wife, Lois. He and his daughter have a private dental practice. E-mail:

John C. Schaake ’73 lives in Ester, Alaska, where he is the owner and operator of Jayhawk Gold Digger Mining. E-mail:

William W. Hutton II ’75 has served as the municipal court judge for Bonner Springs, Kan., since 2003. In November 2016, he ran for the Kansas State Senate as the democratic candidate in district 5. He lives in Basher, Kan. E-mail:

Steven E. Brownback ’76 and his wife, Patti, are involved in spiritual retreats and active in the arts in Overland Park, Kan. Steve consults with local utilities and municipalities to convert street lights to LED solid state technology. E-mail:

Connor H. Spake ’04 spent eight years in the Air Force and now works as a government contractor. He lives in Olathe, Kan. E-mail:


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