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Foundation andNorth Central Missouri CollegeAlumni NewsA Newsletter for NCMC Alumni & FriendsNCMISSOURI.EDU2013Don’t forget . . .Annual Benefit Golf TournamentBarton Signage DedicationAnnual GalaHoliday HoopsWhere in the world has NCMC taken you?

Class of 2013–On Their WayThe 2013 CommencementCeremony was held May 11 inthe Ketcham Community Centeron the NCMC campus in Trenton.More than four hundred candidates for graduation receiveddiplomas and certificates at theceremony.The previous evening twenty-ninenursing students from the NCMCMaryville Outreach site receivedtheir Associate Degree Nursingpins at a pinning ceremony in2013 Commencement Ceremony at KCC held on May 11, 2013Alex Cross and Michelle Pattonthe Charles Johnson Theaterat Northwest Missouri StateUniversity. On the afternoon ofMay 11 two pinning ceremonieswere held in Trenton. Twelvenursing students from the NCMCBethany Outreach site receivedtheir Licensed Practical Nursingpins at the First Baptist Church,and 33 nursing students from theTrenton campus received theirAssociate Degree Nursing pins.Congratulations to the Classof 2013! A list of graduatesis available at May11.may13.aspx.2Students from the NCMC Bethany Outreach site receiving pins are, from left, front row: Tiffany Darby,Chasity Filley, Kelly Hamilton, Lora Girsch, Jessica Peery, Carmen Buntin; back row: Jessica Seamster,Rebecca Evans, Stephen Nixdorf, Lauren Melte, Donna Dierenfeldt and Nicole Peery.

Maryville Associate Degree in Nursing graduates, left to right, front row: Stephanie Blaine, Level TwoNursing Instructor; Angela Parker, Sidney Borowski, Lisa Boyd, Christina James, LaDonna Giffin, ShellyMurphy, Shanna Wallace, Erin Greer, Sue Nichols, Level Two Nursing Instructor; second row: Rodney Blair,Rebecca Morehouse, Macoe Street, Kelly Wilson, Roxanne Willming, Ashley Flook, Jillian Donovan, AmandaGentry; third row: Abigail Jones, Courtney Carson, Nicole Thomson, Kristine Dean, Shelby Chesnut, SarahHennier, Michele Schultz; back row: NCMC President Dr. Neil Nuttall, Charles E. Stone II, Julie Day, JaredConard, Katie Gillis, Michael Weston and Brenda Harrison. Photo courtesy Kay Wilson, Nodaway News Leader2013 Associate Degree in Nursing graduates from the Trenton Campus include (not pictured in order): Ashley Ahnefeld, KristenAnderson, Aimee Aukshun, Sharon Bratsberg, Lindsee Buckalew, Brooke Caldwell, Alicia Castro, Tonya Clutter, Megan DeKam,Katelyn Dillon, Bailey Dodson, Jessica Harris, Tonya Johnson, October Lantz, Jenny Lybarger, Courtney Manning, Emma Martinez,Chante McKim, Debbie Nixdorf, Hannah Oyler, Tosha Phillips, Amy Price, Rochelle Robinson, Kurrin Shelton, Sabrina Shoop, KimberlySlaughter, Sarah Smith, Jennifer Snyder, LeAnne Sweet, Alicia Tiney, Heather VanDeventer, Katie Walker and Brenda Warner.Photo courtesy Diane Lowrey, Republican-TimesFoundation & Alumni News3

Gifts in Action Scholarship Campaign UnderwayTbeyond our area, taking with them the strong workethic and integrity they developed through local institutions and rural family life. I find it both a personalresponsibility and honor to assist North Central incontinuing to build the scholarship endowment toassist these students from our area and beyond tocomplete their studies. I encourage North Missouricitizens and friends of North Central Missouri Collegeto join us in this most important endeavor of assistingin the education of our future leaders. Please join us inthis campaign.”I am a single mother North Central Missouri Collegeprovides an affordable, qualityoof two beautifuleducation, yet the reality for studentscchildren and money includes rising college costs coupledwith declining funding source. Foris very tight. I haveexample, there has been a 25%wworked diligently in decrease in state aid for students.the past, the Pell Grant coveredmy studies and have Inmost of a qualifying student’s collegebeen blessed withexpenses, but today, students need toborrow more funds to complete theirsscholarships alongcollege education.tthe way.Students awarded scholarships willrecognized and rewarded for theirJJust when I thought behard work, merits, and dedication.I would not be able Increasing the amount of scholarshiphelps NCMC to be competitive intto pay for books, gas, fundsspite of governmental funding shortfalls. With additional scholarship funds,saved me from theCentral will continue to attractit through the tough Northand retain a bright and diverse studenthe North Central Missouri College Foundationhas kicked-off our Gifts in Action ScholarshipCampaign which will help educate tomorrow’sleaders. Contributions to Gifts in Action assurethe growth of endowed scholarship funds, therebyallowing current students and generations of futurestudents to pursue their educational goals. Our goal isto increase the NCMC Foundation Scholarship to twomillion dollars. These additional funds will help theeducational dreams of many deserving students cometrue.or tuition, a scholarshipburden of how to maketimes. A grateful student–Shelly KellyGary Black and Chris Hoffman are Cochairmen forthe Gifts in Action Scholarship Campaign. GaryBlack commented, “Since its inception, North CentralMissouri College hasplayed an important roleMany students likein producing fine studentsme really appreciateand cultivating manyleaders who have returnedthe NCMC Foundationto our Green Hills area ofscholarships; they havenorthern Missouri. Thosegraduates have continuedreally helped us toto four-year institutionsachieve our goals inand technical institutes tocomplete their studies and furthering our education.many have come home totake positions of leadershipThank you–Clay Onealin their various hometowns.Many other North Central graduates have alsocontinued to serve in corporations and communities4

Named endowed scholarships start at 15,000 whichallows for 350 per semester to be given to a studenteach year. At the 20,000 level, 500 per semester canbe awarded to a student. Please contact Teresa Crossat 660-359-3948, ext. 1403 or by e-mail to discuss how you canset up a named scholarship in honor of your family orin memory of loved ones.Every gift will make a difference in the lives of NCMCstudents and help the leaders of tomorrow achievetheir higher education goals. Your Gifts in Action willallow scholarship recipients to more fully participate incollege life andeventually enterI laughed, I cried, I jumped for joy! the workplacewithoutThese are true testimonials from crushing debt.students just like me who received Gifts of all sizeswelcomea North Central Missouri College areand will helpFoundation Scholarship, students us grow theendowed scholwhose lives were changed justarship funds.because somebody cared enough You can makeyour donationto donate money so that theyto the Giftscould go to ActionScholarshipCampaignThanks–Lauren Foxby sending acheck, madepayabletoNCMCFoundation,toNorthCentralwishes. Donors who have benefited from scholarshipsMissouri College, Development Office, 1301 Mainthemselves can “pay it forward” by establishing aStreet, Trenton, Missouri 64683 or by calling the NCMCnamed scholarship with their Gifts in Action.Development Office at 660-359-3948, ext. 1415. Thank“Named scholarships are a great way for familiesyou in advance for considering a donation that willto remember and honor loved ones through a gifttruly make a difference in the lives of NCMC studentsin the form of scholarships to deserving students,”and have a positive impact on them.commented Development Director Teresa Cross.body and ultimately provide qualified professionals ina wide variety of fields.The NCMC Foundation’s Knowledge Fund is anendowed composite fund of all money given towardscholarships that aren’t in specific named scholarships. The Foundation is looking to increase both theKnowledge Fund along with the number of endowednamed scholarships.Establishing a named scholarship in honor of a familyor in memory of a special friend is a wonderful wayto leave a legacy. These endowed scholarships canbe awarded in accordance with the donor’s specificSecond Annual Golf TournamentDo you enjoy golf? Are you looking for ways tohelp North Central Missouri College students?Then make plans to join us for our Second AnnualGolf Tournament that will be held on Friday, August30, 2013 at Riverside Country Club in Trenton,Missouri. Proceeds will benefit the NCMC FoundationKnowledge Scholarship Fund and will help manystudents achieve their higher education goals. Getyour team together for this three-person scramble.We will kick-off the day with breakfast and then thefirst group will tee-off at 7:30 am Lunch will be servedbeginning at 11:00 am, for both the morning andafternoon flight. The second group willtee-off at 1:30 pm.Foundation & Alumni NewsOur Pirate student athletes from the baseball, softballand men’s/women’s basketball teams will be volunteering all day so you will have the opportunity tomeet our players and hear first-hand how scholarshipshave or will positively impact their lives.5

Foundation Welcomes New MembersAllan SeidelThe North Central MissouriCollege Foundation is pleasedto announce and welcome AllanSeidel to our Board.Mr.r Seidel is a graduate of TrentonHigh School and Trenton JuniorCollege, now North CentralMissouri College. He was a memberof the conference championshipTJC 1965-66 basketball team.Following TJC, he attended theUniversity of Missouri receiving aB.S. in Education before attendingand receiving his Juris Doctordegree from the University ofMissouri-KC.After law school, Mr. Seidel workedas Assistant Attorney Generalin Jefferson City with AttorneyGeneral Jack Danforth. While there,he did briefs and arguments for theMissouri Supreme Court, enforcedwater pollution compliance inCircuit Courts and worked in theConsumer Affairs Division.In 1974, Allan returned to Trentonas the Grundy County ProsecutingAttorney and went into private lawpractice with Miller, Humpreys andSeidel, now Seidel, Havens andDennis.Mr. Seidel was a board member ofthe Young Lawyers Council from1976-1982 for the Missouri BarAssociation and member of theMissouri Bar Board of Governorsfrom 2003 to 2011. He was also thepast president of the Third CircuitBar Association.Allan’s wife, Carol, is a graduate ofNCMC. They have four children:Kim Seidel McDaniel of Salt LakeCity, UT; Erin Seidel Hughey ofWashington, DC; James andJeremiah Oshel of Trenton andfour grandchildren: Cody, Jordain,Myiah and Hannah, all of Trenton.Paul SteeleThe NCMC Foundation alsowelcomes Paul Steele of Chillicothe.Mr. Steele has a passion foreducation and served many yearson the Chillicothe R-II Board ofEducation, prior to his service inhigher education governance.Steele was appointed to the Boardof Curators of the University ofMissouri by then Governor MelCarnahan, and he actively served inthis role from 1997 to 2003. He waspresident of this board in 2001.Mr. Steele grew up on a familyfarm and was the fifth genera-tion of his family to operatetheir farm, beginning his careerin 1965. His farming operationconsisted of both livestock andgrain production. In addition, hewas the co-owner of T & R SoilService and S & S Construction andwas formerly a co-owner of radiostations KMZU and WHB.Steele received a Bachelor ofScience degree in Business andPublic Administration from theUniversity of Missouri-Columbia.Paul is married to Betty Prestonand they live in Chillicothe. He hasfour children: Randy, Emily, Jenieceand Deniece.Save the Date – Saturday, October 12, 2013 – 10th Annual NCMC Gala“Wisdom and knowledge shall be the stability of ourtimes” is the theme of the 2013 North Central MissouriCollege Foundation Gala. Mark your calendar forSaturday, October 12 for this very special event. TheGala will be held in the Ketcham Community Centeron the NCMC campus. You may call our office at660-359-3948, ext. 1415 to make reservations and/orsponsor a table for this wonderful event.As this is our 10th Annual Gala, this year’s event willbe a very special night to remember. We hope you areable to join us!6

Dedication to Honor DonorsRetiring this year . . .10 am on Friday, September 13, 2013Sharon Barnett, Vice President ofAdministrative Services. 1985 to 2013Adedication of the new sign built at Barton Farm Campus, the flagsand poles donated in memory of Carl Roda, and the newly builtdisplay case in memory of Robert “Bob” Williams, will be held onFriday, September 13, 2013 at 10 am.The new sign is comprised of bricks given in honor or in memory ofloved ones and has over 683 named bricks. The flags and poles weredonated by the Bay Family in memory of Carl Roda. Family and friendsof Robert “Bob” Williams donated the newly built display case in theLager Building.Ann Sampson, Librarian. 2001 to 2013Teresa Salmond, Level 1 Nursing Instructor atMaryville Outreach Site. 2006 to 2013FFoundationd ti & AlAlumnii NNews7

Missouri Community College Assn. AwardsKidder Native HonoredDonaldson Company Receives AwardCCara FordyceF d withh MCCA DirectorDZoraZ MulliganM llCara Fordyce, a sophomore atNCMC, received the MissouriCommunity College Association’sStudent Leadership Award atthe association’s forty-eighthannual convention in Kansas City.Ms. Fordyce, a native of Kidder,is an A award recipient. Shewas the president of NCMC’sStudent Senate and Ag Club andhas received the American FFADegree from the Future Farmers ofAmerica. She interned with CaseNew Holland in Cameron, whereshe supervised ten employees. Ms.Fordyce plans to pursue a bachelor’s degree in agri-business fromNorthwest Missouri State Universityor the University of Missouri.Weaver Receives AwardLeft to right: NCMC President Dr. Neil Nuttall, Peter D’Arienzo and John Fuger, representingThe Donaldson Company and MCCA Director Zora Mulligan.The Donaldson Companyreceived MCCA’s DistinguishedBusiness/Industry Award. Theaward was presented in recognition of Donaldson’s outstandingrelationship with North CentralMissouri College.The Donaldson Company’sChillicothe plant has been animportant economic driver innorth central Missouri for generations. The company is a worldwideprovider of filtration systemsand replacement parts, and theChillicothe facility manufacturersengine filtration systems foroff-road and agricultural markets.NCMC ExecutiveStaff Asst. &Public RelationsDirector VickiWeaver withMCCA DirectorZora MulliganDonaldson works closely withNCMC to ensure the companyhas access to a skilled, dynamicworkforce. The company andthe College have collaboratedthrough the customized trainingprogram, which has allowed NCMCto develop and deliver a thoroughtechnical skill training programfor maintenance personnel at theChillicothe facility. Donaldson alsoprovides input on course curriculum, offers paid internships toNCMC students, and actively seeksto hire recent graduates from theCollege.Vicki Weaver has received the Missouri CommunityCollege Association’s Senior Service Award at the association’s forty-eighth annual convention in Kansas City. Theaward was presented in recognition of Ms. Weaver’s serviceto North Central Missouri College and to the mission ofcommunity colleges throughout the state.MCCA is a statewide organization through which Missouri’s communitycollegeswork together to advance common agendas through advocacy,ceducation,information, and networking opportunities in service of theestate’s5,700 community college employees and trustees.s8

Area Legislators HonoredMaxey Receives AwardSteve Maxey and MCCA Director Zora MulliganFrom left: NCMC President Dr. Neil Nuttall, Rep. Mike Lair, Sen. Brad Lager,and MCCA Director Zora Mulligan.Senator Brad Lager and Representative Mike Lair received MissouriCommunity College Association’s Distinguished Legislator Awards.They were selected based on their outstanding advocacy on behalf ofnorth Missouri and especially North Central Missouri College.PTK All-Missouri Academic Team SelectionFrom left: MCCA DirectorZora Mulligan, NCMC AdvisingCoordinator Jenna Vandel,Christian Marion, NCMC HistoryInstructor Maryellen Harman andDr. Neil Nuttall.Christian (Tyler) Marion wasnamed to the PTK All-MissouriAcademic Team, an honorbestowed on the state’s topcommunity college students.Marion is from Neosho, Missouriand is a member of the NCMCPirates baseball team. He wasnominated for this award in recognition of his commitment and hardwork for Phi Theta Kappa (PTK),the largest honor society in highereducation. He was President ofFoundation & Alumni Newsthe local Eta Mu Chapter of thePTK and has proven to be a strongleader.Representative Elijah Haahrgreeted the students and congratulated them on their achievements, and each student receiveda scholarship made possible by adonation from MOHELA, the state’snot-for-profit secondary marketlender and servicer in the studentloan industry.Steve Maxey received the MCCAAdministrative/ProfessionalAward. Maxey served as NCMC’sDirector of Development from1991 to 2012. During that time,Maxey developed a database ofnearly 10,000 friends and alumniof the College. With the support ofthose friends and alumni, Maxeycoordinated the College’s Invest inthe Vision capital campaign, whichraised more than 14 million for theconstruction of debt-freeDr. Albert and Vera Cross Hall, threebuildings on the College’s newBarton Campus, several maintenance and renovation projects, andparking lots that serve the KetchamCommunity Center.Maxey also organized events thatbring thousands of high schoolstudents to the NCMC campus,including Holiday Hoops, thestate’s largest high school roundrobin tournament, and an all-starbasketball event in the summer.Finally, Maxey led communitycollege administrative/professional employees at the state level.He represented NCMC on theBoard of Directors of the MissouriCommunity College Associationand was the president of thatorganization’s Administrative/Professional Department.9

Where in the world has NCMC taken you?LAthletes International. “I get toindsey Derry was born in Kansas caring on the family tradition ofmeet new people and play softballnurturing young softball playersCity and has lived in Trenton,in another country. Not manythis summer by umpiring PeeMissouri since she was three. Withpeople get that type of opportuWee Girls Softball. Lindsey saida long family history of softball innity,” said Lindsey.her family it wasonly natural thatshe would playsoftball for theTrentonettes,Trenton HighSchool, and thenfor NCMC.Lindsey choseNCMC becauseshe was giventhe opportunityto continue hersoftball careerand, “It workedLindsey catching for NCMC’s Lady Piratesout nicely that Iwas able to stay in my hometown,”Lindsey Derrysays Lindsey. “When I was younger “This is anawesomeLindseycomes from a familyI would attend NCMC softballLexperiencewhoseroots are strong ingames and I knew I wanted towfor futurecultivatingsoftball collegiate softball.” LindseycsoftballHerobtained her Associate in ArtsH parents are Michelle andPauldegree from NCMC this year and is players.”P Derry, both 1987 TJCalumni.Her grandfather isLindseymoving forward to Park UniversityaJackis alsoon a softball scholarship pursuingJa Derry, a former NCMCstaffa degree in Graphic Design. During lookingst member and coach. Hergrandmotheris the late Dorisforward toher time at NCMC, Lindsey madeg“Annie”Derry who was a greattravelingthe Dean’s or President’s list every“Asupporterof NCMC softball.outside thesemester. She is a member of PhisLindsey & Grandfather Jack Derry.She is also the granddaughterUS to Aruba toTheta Kappa. She is an Academicof Chuck Patterson and the lateplay softball with an organizationAll-American and a Second Teamcalled the United States of America Linda Patterson.All-Region Catcher. Lindsey is10

Where in the world has NCMC taken you?Phil Hamilton was originally fromMarceline, Missouri and choseTrenton Junior College becauseit was close to home and hehad friends who attended TJCand liked it. Phil said, “TJC ismy educational home. Havingbeen to other institutions ofhigher learning where essentially I was just another buttin the seat . . . I felt I had comehome when I was a student atNCMC.” Phil commends theNCMC faculty and staff for theircommitment to student successthat continues today. “NCMCgave me life skills as well as theknowledge to meet the challenges of my profession.” saidMr. Hamilton.Phil graduated from NCMCwith his Associate Degreein Nursing and an Associatein Applied Science degree.He also has a Bachelor’s ofHealth Sciences in HealthCare Administration degreefrom the University ofMissouri Columbia, and aMaster of Arts in ClinicalPsychology from LibertyUniversity in Lynchburg,Virginia. He also has a certificate in Legal Assistant &Paralegal from the Universityof Florida, in Gainesville,Florida.He is the CEO of the PershingHealth System in Brookfield,Missouri and has held thisposition since 1996. He holdsthe following licenses: StateRegistry; Department ofHealth Inspectors-InstitutionalAdvisory Nurse III; R.N. Licensed inMissouri; R.N. Licensed in England,Wales, Ireland, and Scotland;and Missouri Nursing HomeAdministrator license.One of the things Phil has enjoyedthe most in his long list of accomplishments is his involvement inthe medical missions of Romania,Foundation & Alumni Newswhich he has done for ten years.This group provides medicalMany of the areas in which I’veworked had no running waterand no electricity. It is hard toimagine that places like this existtoday in Eastern Europe. Seeingfirsthand the long term effects ofCommunism gives one a strongappreciation of all we have in thiscountry . . . and the rights that wemany times take for granted. I findit amazing at how similar we are aspeople, due to our shared Creator,but also how different we are as aPhil HamiltonPhil with Romanian nurse.Phil in the Carpathian Mountainssupplies, medicine and medicalequipment to isolated areas ofthe Arges District of Romania. Thisincludes children’s hospitals andremote villages in the CarpathianMountains (Transylvania). “It hasbeen so rewarding to work withpeople who are so appreciative ofthe help and services we provide.result of the environments in whichwe are raised and live.” said Phil.The connection Phil had as astudent has never left him as hecontinues to serve and promotethe College as the North CentralMissouri College Foundation BoardPresident. “I believe in the qualityof education commitment fromNCMC faculty, staff and administration enough to have entrustedthe education of our three sonsto my educational home, NCMC.”said Phil. North Central MissouriCollege is proud to call John PhillipHamilton one of our own.11

Where in the world has NCMC taken you?Carlos Guillermo Mercado came to NCMC from thecity of Santiago Carlos pitching for the NCMC Pirateslocated in theDominican Republic,where he completedhis high schoolstudies. After a fewcollege coursesin the DominicanRepublic he cameto NCMC at theage of 19 to playbaseball and pursuehis Associate in Artsdegree. “I decided to go tooNCMC right after I heardthere was a way I couldafford school in the U.S. Iwas contacted by CoachDonnie Hillerman throughan agency of athletictrades in the DominicanRepublic. NCMC attractedmy attention because theyyhad better opportunitiesCarlos with his NCMC diplomafor scholarships and waysI could improve myself.” Carlos was active in international programs, student life, and Baptist StudentMike Arbuckle grew up inTrenton, Missouri andwent through the Trentonschool system. He attendedTrenton Junior College,now NCMC, and earned hisAssociate in Arts degreein 1970. Mike was the TJCClass President and playedbaseball while attendingcollege. “TJC fit well for meas a school where I could getall of my core courses outof the way and do it at aneconomical rate as comparedto going all four years ata university.” Said Mr. Arbuckle.“TJC allowed me to continue myeducation at Northwest MissouriState University on a baseball scholarship. It also eventually helped mego on to the University of SouthAlabama to coach baseball andget my Master’s in Education.” Mr.12Mike, TJC 1970Union activities all while balancing his duties onthe baseball team and his academic studies. Carlos’involvement in baseball allowed himinto continue on to Graceland Universityon a scholarship where he graduatedowith a degree in Accounting and SportswManagementinM2013.He is now2workingin anwInternshipat McClainIEnterpriseslocatedEini Independence,Missouri.MCarlosbelieves that hisCeducationhas takenehimh very far. “I havebeenable to travelbtot many differentplacesin the U.S. andpmym education hasgivenme the chancegtot experience manyCarlos Mercado diffd erent things.” Carloshash enjoyed making friends in the U.S. Many of us ontheth NCMC campus have also enjoyed his friendship.Carlos’ easy-going attitude and strong work ethichave taken him far in the past four years. We lookforward to seeing what he will do next.AArbuckle caused quitea stir at Trenton JuniorCCollege as a pitcheraand was selected intthe 1969 draft by theSSaint Louis Cardinals.AArbuckle startedsscouting part-timeffor the PhiladelphiaPPhillies in 1977. Hejjoined the AtlantaBBraves in 1980 andsscouted at all levelsffrom Area Scout toNational Cross CheckMike Arbuckle w/NCMC Distinguished NScoutfor 12 years.Alumni AwardMike joined theKansas City Royals in 2008as the Senior Advisor to theGeneral Manager, Scoutingand Player Development.When asked, “Where has youreducation taken you?”Mike frequently speaks to NCMC Pirates baseball players.

Where in the world has NCMC taken you?Mr. Arbuckle replied, “It has allowed me to work inathletics which I always knew I wanted to do. I havehad the opportunity to work as a scout, minor leaguedirector, scouting director, and assistant generalmanager for three major league teams – the Braves, thePhillies and the Royals.”Mike Arbuckle lives with his wife, Martha, in LibertyMissouri. They have two daughters, Shelly and Kellie,who are also graduates of NCMC. They have four grandchildren; Bethmi, Austin, Katey, and Emma, as well as onegreat granddaughter Addison and one great-grandsonAiden.The Foundation & Alumni News ispublished by the Foundation Officeat North Central Missouri College.Information, questions or concernsshould be directed tothe Foundation Office,(660) 359-3948, ext. 1415.Fthem as they got to play with a real college basketballacebook friends describe Karolis with one wordadjectives such as considerate, Christian, nice, kind, player.”interesting, and strong, and he lives up to all of them.Karl worked hard and got by on very little. When hearrived at NCMC his English was not very good but heKarolis Stupnianek was born in Vilnius, Lithuania. Hesoon was well versed, especially in collegewas interested in attendingKarl going up for jump shot for basketball lingo. He spent lots of time in theNorth Central Missouri Collegethe 2006 Pirates basketball team. library and the Academic Resource Centerand playing basketball, sostudying.He did not buy all his books buthe mailed a video tapesused what was in the campus library to beof himself shooting threeablepoint shots to NCMCa to save money. Karl worked his wayBasketball Coach Stevetthrough collegeby working atRichman.the KCC, cleaningt“My family met himthe equipmenttthrough my dad, Stevemeticulously. HeOckenfels, who is thesaved money forsDirector of the KetchamKCC by using theCommunity Center (KCC),”leftover cleanerstated NCMC Developmentiin the steri-wipesAssistant Leah Brinser. “Karl,aand putting it intoas we call him,sspray bottles tosoon becameuse.a family friend.Karolis graduatedMy daughter,Hannah, who wassffrom NCMC in2006 with anin about the third2Associate degree.grade at the timeAeven took himTThen, he went toWesleyan Collegefor ‘show andWtell’ at school.iin West Virginiawhere he majoredThe students atwKarolis Stupnianekin InternationalPleasant ViewBusiness. He is now employed with aR-VI instantlyKarl in West Virginia railroadcompany, ATP, Inc.loved him. Heil d manufacturingftold them of howKarl’s travels have taken him all over the world. Thissoldiers had invaded his town and they learned thatyear he has traveled to Germany, Mexico, Poland, andhe could speak five languages (Lithuanian, Russian,Canada.English, Polish and Spanish). He was always willingKarl Stupnianek is a fine example that you can achieveto ‘shoot around’ with children. This was thrilling foryour educational goals through hard work andperseverance.Foundation & Alumni News13

News & Notesof Alumni& Friendsmother. Michael Hawkins ofAnkeny, IA, is the paternal grandfather. Paternal great grandparentsare Martha Specks of Gladstone,Melvin Hawkins of Carrollton andGladys Dryer of Trenton.Jessica PrewittAre you engaged, newly married or have a(NCMC 2012) andnewborn? Do you have a new job or wereJaredyou recently promoted? Did you win anStonecypeheraward or an honor? Congratulations! We(NCMC 2012)help you spread the good news. Please sendwere married onannouncements and photos to: NCMCFoundation Office, 1301 Main Street,August 4, 2012 atTrenton, MO 64683 OR e-mail the informathe First Christian Church intion to Photos Bethany. Jared proposed to Jessicawill be returned. Questions? Give us a call aton the NCMC campus. Jared just660-359-3948, ext. 1415started an LPN to RN bridgeChadwik Boyles program the beginning of May that(NCMC 2007) and will take him one year to receive hisRN degree from Excelsior College.Alexis SykesHe will have his RN by May of 2014!(NCMC 2012),both of Maryville, Jessica will have completed twoMO were married semesters at Park University andexpects to graduate with aon May 4, 2013on the Sykes family farm. Alexis is a Bachelor of Science in Accountingin the fall of 2013.2010 graduate of SouthwestTasha EwingLivingston R-1. She currently is a(NCMC 2013) andsenior elementary education majorKurtis McLellanat Northwest Missouri Statewere married onUniversity and will graduate inMay 25th, 2013 inDecember of

The North Central Missouri College Foundation is pleased to announce and welcome Allan Seidel to our Board. Mr. Seidel is a graduate of Trenton High School and Trenton Junior College, now North Central Missouri College. He was a member of the conference championship TJC 1965-66 basketball team. Following TJC, he attended the

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