NTSU Notes, February 1980 Page: 10
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Bumgardner, Thomas Arthur, BA 64,
chairman of the Department of Music,
University of Wisconsin-Superior; his
book on Norman Dello Joio for
Twayne Publishers will be included in
the Twayne Musical Arts Series
covering music in America. Wife Rena,
Cribb, George Robert, EDD 65,
chairman, Department of Fine Arts at
Gardner-Webb College, North
Carolina; appointed vice-chairman of
the college faculty. Wife NT Ex
Barbara is assistant director of
elementary education; two sons.
Crocker, Dean, MM 77, musical
director at Theater Three, Dallas. Wife
Emily (see below).
Crocker, Emily Holt, BM 72, is new
choir director at DeWitt Perry Junior
High School, Carrollton.
Donaldson, Thomas P., BM 70, campus
minister, Oscar Rose Junior College,
Midwest City, Ok. Wife NT Ex Anne
Wrotenbery, BSE 71; one daughter.
Dooley, James E., MME 55, vice-
chancellor for development and special
services and director of the Fine Arts
Center at Western Carolina University
in Cullowhee; candidate for MENC
Drake, Charlene North, BM 49, Alvin,
Tx., honored by North Texas State
University for "Outstanding Alumni
Service" at the Alumni Awards
Banquet, Oct. 19, on the Denton
Ehle, Robert C., PHD 70, assistant
director of the School of Music,
University of Northern Colorado;
"Sonata for Synthesizer and Piano"
performed for annual meeting of
American Society of University
Composers, Region Seven.
Flory, Kenneth M., BM 64, received
MD in 1975 from UT San Antonio;
practices internal medicine in
Longview. Wife Monica; three
daughters, the youngest Audrey
Jeanine born Oct. 10, 1979.
Gilmore, Donald Frederick, MME 73,
director of bands and coordinator of
instrumental music, Ardmore High
School, Ok. Wife NT Ex Thelene, son
Herring, Kendrick, BM 78, plays
trumpet in Corpus Christi Symphony
Orchestra; founder of Corpus Christi
Brass Quintet; designs radio
communications systems for South
Texas Radio Services.
Hill, Charles Lee, MME 48, librarian,
Northwood Middle School, Houston.
His "At the Gremlin's Ball," one of the
most-played around the world, popular
compositions of the WW II years, is the
subject of an article in the Aug/Sept
1979 School Musician written by Col.
George S. Howard, USA (Ret.).
Holmes, Ruth Jane, MM 64, received
PHD from Texas Tech; associate
professor at Lubbock Christian
College; harpsichord soloist for the
Bach Brandenberg Concerto No. 5.
Houghton, Steve, NT Ex, percussion,
plays with Gary Burton.
Howard, Maudyne Yeager, BS 36,
performs on local occasions in Alice,
Tx. Husband Dr. Glen Howard; three
sons and one daughter.
Hutchison, Merilyn Etheridge, MM 68,
chairman of Las Cruces Piano
Teachers Association; continues
professional accompanying and private
piano teaching. Husband Warner (see
below), one son and one daughter.
Hutchison, Warner, PHD 71, is new
head of the Department of Music at
New Mexico State University where he
has been teaching since 1967;
composer-in-residence, his works
number over 120; "Apocalypse" for
brass quintet was recently performed at
NTSU and in Europe; continues as
editor of Proceedings, journal of the
American Society of University
Composers; ASCAP award.
Jenkins, Clay, BM 76, plays trumpet
with Buddy Rich; formerly with
Kenton, Harry James and others.
Johnson, Malcolm Hammond, BM 76,
is band director at Austin Middle
School, Garland ISD and teaches
percussion for John Foster Music
Consultant Studio in Dallas. Wife NT
Ex Renee Ashby.
Johnson, Marc, NT Ex, bassist with Bill
Lotterer, Wanda Radford-Finical, MM
74, California State Chairman of
Independent Music Teachers Forum of
MTNA; piano recitals, Chapman
College, Saddleback College, Mission
Viejo and Guadalajara, Mexico;
formerly on faculties at Central
Missouri State University and
Saddleback College. Husband John
Lotterer is a classical guitarist.
Maxey, Linda Woods, BA 63, received
master's degree at Eastman in 1967 in
piano and marimba; makes
professional appearances as marimba
artist and clinician; she is based in
Mayes, Michael C. (Charlie), MME 70,
has served seven years as band director
at Alief-Hastings High School. Wife
Sandra, NT Ex 69, teaches music at
Thornwood Elementary School in
Houston; two sons.
Mays, Lyle, NT Ex, jazz and piano,
tours with Pat Metheney.
McMurtry, William, PHD 67, faculty,
Oklahoma State University; has
collaborated with Arthur J. Gionet,
NTSU foreign language professor, in a
paper presented at the College Music
Society meeting in San Antonio; their
book Anthology of Three- Voice
Chansons from London, The British
Library, Manuscript Additional 35087
published by A-R Editions, Inc., of
Mocek, Marilyn, MME 78, trumpet,
has joined the faculty at Northeast
Louisiana State University.
Owens, Judy Strickland, MM 71, piano
teacher at Music Manor in Plano;
adjudicator for National Guild
Auditions; recitals, UT Dallas,
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