Significant Sigs: Class of 1997

  1. The Honorable Wayne E. Alley (Stanford '52), U. S. District Judge: Oklahoma
  2. Robert W. Amos (Denison '35), Civic leader, Ohio newspaper publisher
  3. Roy W. Black (Memphis State '62), Vice President of Johnson & Johnson International
  4. Frank A. Blethen (Arizona State '68), Publisher and CEO: The Seattle Times
  5. G. Niles Bolton (Georgia Tech '69), Founder and CEO: Bolton architectural firm, which designed housing for the 1996 Olympic Games
  6. Robert G. Bubb (Pittsburgh '58), one of four Division I wrestling coaches to achieve more than 300 victories
  7. The Honorable C. Saxby Chambliss (Georgia '66), Member of the U.S. Houst of Representatives: Georgia
  8. J. Steve Davis (Nebraska '67), CEO: national advertising agencies
  9. Oliver S. Delery (Tulane '77), President: 1997 NOKIA Sugar Bowl
  10. James T. Dennis (Oklahoma '51), inventor of automatic phonographic record changer
  11. Frank R. Eddy (Florida State '56), owner/operator of 66 McDonalds restaurants
  12. The Honorable Michael B. Enzi (George Washington '66), U.S. Senator: Wyoming
  13. The Honorable Samuel S. Farr (Willamette '63), Member of the U.S. House of Representatives: Oregon
  14. L. Wayne Gertmenian (Southern California '61), university professor, alvisor to U.S. National Security Council & Secretary of Commerce
  15. Dr. Carl W. Gottschalk (Roanoke '38), physician and renowned researcher in kidney function
  16. the Honorable Major B. Harding (Wake Forest '57), Justice: Florida Supreme Court
  17. Robert W. Hill (Bowling Green '71), NBA head coach: New York, Indiana, San Antonio
  18. Paul R. Honan, Jr., M.D. (Wabash '43), developer of device used worldwide in eye surgery
  19. The Honorable Alex T. Howard (Auburn '48), U.S. District Judge: Alabama
  20. Brig. Gen. Jerry Humble (Western Kentucky '69), Commander: Parris Island, SC Marine training center
  21. The Honorable James H. Jarvis (Tennessee/Knoxville '59), U.S. District Judge: Tennessee
  22. Dr. Daniel H. Johnson (Tulane '60), 1996 President: The American Medical Association
  23. Jeremy M. Jones (Iowa '63), CEO: April Healthcare
  24. Keith J. Krach (Purdue '79), CEO of several automation software firms
  25. Richard H. Madison (Utah '61), CEO: Salt Lake City department store
  26. Patrick E. McNarny (Mississippi '58), President: Logansport Ind. National City Bank
  27. Clifford K. Melberger (Bucknell '61), Founder and CEO: Diversified Records Co, computerized records management
  28. William J. Merrell (Sam Houston '65), President: Texas A&M, Galveston
  29. William Parzybok (Colorado State '65), CEO: Fluke Corporation test tools manufacturer
  30. Ernest L. Samuel (Toronto-Ryerson '54), CEO of steel distribution firm, breeder of championship race horses
  31. Robert C. Sanders (Oregon '50), CEO of five forest products firms
  32. Thomas Randy Snow (Texas/Austin '81), wheelchair tennis and basketball champion
  33. Norman D. Tripp (Miami (FL) '61), Corporate counsel: Alamo Rent Car
  34. Paul M. Vornle (Illinois '53), CEO: Western Union Financial Services
  35. The Honorable Rodney S. Webb (North Dakota '57), U.S. District Judge: North Dakota
  36. H. A. Wheeler, Jr (South Carolina '61), CEO: Charlotte Motor Speedway
  37. Volney C. Wilson (Northwestern '32), Inventor of thermionic converters, international consultant on energy conversion in space
  38. William G. Yates (Mississippi '63), CEO of largest contracting/construction firm in Mississippi