NTSU Notes, February 1980 Page: 11
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Samford University, Birmingham,
Robbins, David E., PHD 79, faculty,
Oral Roberts University, Tulsa; read
dissertation summary at Oklahoma
State MENC Convention. Wife Joyce,
Robertson, Dave, Ex 71, free-lance
composer and arranger for commercial
music production companies in Dallas.
Wife Mona, two sons and two
Smith, Jim, MME 65, district manager
for the Selmer Company, is based in
Smith, Sue Shoemaker, BM 63,
president Denton Mu Phi Epsilon
Alumnae; treasurer Denton MTA;
Denton Bach Society; music buyer for
Voertman's; teaches private organ and
Solley, Marvin, BM 50, baritone soloist
in Orff's "Carmina Burana" in New
York City, Schenectady and Seranac
Lake; tours with the musical "A One-
Way Ticket to Broadway;" under
Tarvin, Ronald, DMA 76, has moved to
a new position as orchestra conductor
and faculty violinist at Eastern Illinois
Underwood, T. Jervis, PHD 70,
professor at Southern Illinois
University; principal flutist with
Memphis Symphony; chairman,
Commission on Standards, Phi Mu
Alpha and Governor of Province 5;
reviewer for Woodwind World-Brass
and Percussion. Wife Carmen; two
daughters, one son.
Webb, John Floyd, BM 77, director of
bands, W.J. Woodham High School,
Pensacola, Florida; choir director at
Pine Forest United Methodist Church.
Wife Jody; twins Janet Jo and John
Floyd, Jr. born May 23, 1979.
Widhalm, Pat, MM 79 and wife
Elizabeth Allums, MM 79, have
established a piano studio in
Shreveport; daughter Kathryn Ann
born December 21, 1979.
Woods, Jonathan, NT Ex and Denton
native, returned to his hometown Oct.
7 to play a benefit recital for SAI at the
home of Dr. Isabel Scionti. An
internationally known harpsichordist,
his London label recording of "Battle
Imperial" ranked in the top 10 in
Yeager, Bill, MME 76, studio
trombonist for records, television and
films; heads, with Don Rader, the Los
Angeles Jazz Workshop; his big band
last year was co-winner of the Southern
California Jazz Festival.
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