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 Terrill ('71) and Cathy (Wilson, '71) Williams have been teaching English Conversation in Korea Nazarene University since 2002 and continue there now. They have two married sons; Clinton and Elizabeth Williams and Vincent and Lori Williams. (7/11)


Rev. Kerry Mills ('73) of Humble, TX passed away April 25, 2011. (7/11)

Raus L. Goodman ('71) of El Reno, OK passed away May 16, 2011. He is survived by his wife, Wilma (Smith, '55) Goodman. He has a will in the will room and is also a member of A.M. Hills Legacy Society. (7/11)

James Tyler ('70) works for Harvesters-the Community Food Network in Kansas City. He makes his home in Weston, Missouri.   (1/09)

Dorothy J. Brocious ('71) passed away January 21, 2009.  She shared her gracious spirit with the campus of SNU as an employee.  She will be missed.  She was a resident of Bethany, Oklahoma.   (1/09)

Harold Dozier ('71) retired from the Oklahoma Tax Commission in 1999.  For the last five years he has been a volunteer courier for the Oklahoma Blood Institute, transporting bone marrow or stem cells to receipients in transplant centers all over the United States.  He has also made several deliveries to Europe.  This is a labor of love for Harold, as he was diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 1986 and received an autologous stem cell transplant in 1995.   (10/08)

Marj (Sailer, '72) Kirkpatrick is now retired. She served the Maranatha Bible Church for 22 years as the office manager. She and her husband, Bill, live in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.    (1/09)

Susan (Norris, '73) Brown taught at the elementary and middle school levels for 18 years, in the Jenks and Tulsa school systems. She then worked as an adjunct instructor at Tulsa Community College, teaching online U.S. History. She retired from public school teaching in 2006, and currently substitutes a few days a week, and works seasonally for a student tour company in Washington, D.C. She and her husband, Bob,live in Claremore, Oklahoma, a suburb of Tulsa. Susan writes, "I am always thankful for the years I spent at SNU...they set a solid and spiritual foundation for my life."   (11/08)

Gilbert McClung ('73) is an Airbus A-300 Captain, flying for FedEx. He and his wife, Jane (Andrews, '74), are living in Cordova, Tennessee. (11/08)

Ken Brown (’74) and his wife, Jeanie (Craig, ’73), live in Tecumseh, Oklahoma. Ken is a professor at St. Gregory’s University in Shawnee, Oklahoma, teaching communication and business. Additionally, he is the pastor of the Bennett Church of the Nazarene in east Norman, Oklahoma. Jeanie is a special education teacher in the Little Axe Public School district in east Norman. They have been married 34 years. Their two children, Kenneth II ’01 and Rebekah (Adams) ’03 are both SNU alumni.   (11/08)

Marcus Adair ('75) passed away December 24, 2008.  He was a resident of Edmond, Oklahoma.   (1/09)

Donna Kaylene Dickinson ('75) earned her Master's Degree in Special Education with an emphasis on Emotional and Behavioral Disorders from Texas Women's University in the summer of 2007.  She is currently teaching Special Education Kindergarten through fouth grade at Callisburg ISD in Callisburg, Texas.   (9/08)

Steve Dunham ('75) works for Vistar. He and his wife, Carol, make their home in Tulsa, Oklahoma.    (1/09)

Wesley ('75) and Lisa (Fuqua, '76) Poff make their home in Danville, Virginia.  Wesley works for Robert Woodall Auto Mall.  He is the parts director for the eight stores that the mall includes.  Lisa is a medical lab technician for the Danville Memorial Regional Hospital.  They have two children, Jennifer and Michael.    (1/09)

Bill Vaughn ('77) is the senior pastor at Spokane First Church of the Nazarene.   (1/09)

April (Overcash, '78) Hindin has been with the US Postal Inspection Service as a federal law enforcement officer for 18 years. She is currently the supervisor for the state of Alaska. Her husband, Arnie, retired from the same agency in 2004. April and Arnie reside in Anchorage, Alaska. They have 3 grown children and 3 beautiful grandchildren.    (1/09)

Susan (Seller, '78) Wolfelt is a physician and is serving as the Associate Medical Director at Colorado State University.  She makes her home in Ft. Collins, Colorado.    (10/08)

Our Nazarene Heritage

Founded in 1899, Southern Nazarene University is a private, Christian, liberal arts university - a service of the Church of the Nazarene. Located on a 40-acre campus just west of Oklahoma City, SNU grew out of several small colleges committed to training people for service to God and their fellow man. More than 32,000 alumni work and serve throughout the United States and the world. Read More