Alumni directory project kicks off this summer
Sesquicentennial time at Emporia State University is a good reason to update an alumni directory, don’t you think?
That’s exactly what will be happening, starting this summer. “We’re partnering with PCI, a Dallas, Tex.-based publisher of alumni directories, to produce a 150th-anniversary commemorative edition of ESU’s alumni directory,” said Tyler Curtis, alumni relations director.
That process will involve getting in touch with ESU alumni—all 60,000 or so of you—by post cards and phone calls during the summer, encouraging you to update your contact information and offering a chance to purchase the new directory.
Updates and corrections
Spotlight regrets the following errors and omissions that surfaced in the Fall 2011 edition:
- Dan Clark McClenny taught business and coached sports at high schools in Luray, Holcomb and Burlington, where he also served as principal. (Page 24)
- Edward F. Hadden (EDS ‘61), Topeka, was left off the list of deceased alumni that appeared on page 26. Mr. Hadden died May 15, 2011.