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Don Spencer, Jacksonville, Fla., was a marketing major and in the Air Force ROTC at North Texas. He served in the Navy after graduation as a commissioned officer and aviator. After two tours in Vietnam and more than 2,000 flight hours, he switched to a career in telecommunications, working as an area manager for TYCO and director with Channell Corp. He is now semi-retired doing consultant work and is a member of Mensa. He says he "would love to hear from other stone-age grads in the 1962-63 era." You can reach him at

Sue Nash ('69 M.A., '79 Ph.D.), Cambria, Calif., is a visual artist who uses her training in history to create images and symbols from world rock art. Her work is in shows, galleries and private collections in Hawaii and California. She teaches art appreciation at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo and is a guide at the Hearst Castle. She has five grandchildren.

Bill Campbell, Dallas, left his position as strategic national stockpile coordinator for the Bio-Terrorism Preparedness and Response Division of Dallas County Health and Human Services to become a regional liaison officer for the Department of Public Safety, Office of the Governor, Department of Emergency Management. He is assigned to the Hurst DPS office covering Tarrant, Collin, Denton, Grayson and Cooke counties.


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