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Honor Roll » honorroll.mst.edu » 2014 » Class Decade » 1915-1949

1915 - 1949


Key: Alumni Association Donor  Founding Member  Honorary Member  New Member  Advancing Member  KMST Charter Society  Miners by Design  Miners by Design Charter Member  Order of the Golden Shillelagh  * Deceased  * Matching Gift Company 

    

Skip to year: 1923 - 1925 - 1930 - 1937 - 1939 - 1940 - 1941 - 1942 - 1943 - 1944 - 1945 - 1946 - 1947 - 1948 - 1949

Class of 1923

$100 to $249

Miriam Remmers Estate

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Class of 1925

$100,000 to $249,999

Hasselmann Estate

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Class of 1930

$500 to $999

Joseph Graybeal Estate

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Class of 1937

$100 to $249

Frank Millard A$

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Class of 1939

$100 to $249

Elmond Claridge* O$ A$

Less than $100

Lewis Graber*

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Class of 1940

$100 to $249

Charles Sturgis A$

Less than $100

Joseph Marvin Coon

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Class of 1941

$10,000 to $24,999

Marvin Nevins O$ F A$

$1,000 to $2,499

Alden Hacker O$ F A$

$100 to $249

Nathan David Jaffe

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Class of 1942

$250,000 to $499,999

Joe Van Pool Estate

$1,000 to $2,499

Robert Brackbill O$ A$

$100 to $249

Niles Brill A$

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Class of 1943

$1,000 to $2,499

Waldemar Dressel A$

George Thomas A$

$500 to $999

Paul Rothband O$ A$

$250 to $499

Francis Krill A$

Less than $100

William Bassett*

John Olson

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Class of 1944

$100,000 to $249,999

O. Morris Sievert* O$ Q$

$500 to $999

John Brodhacker A$

$250 to $499

J. Richard Hansen A$

Harry Scott A$

$100 to $249

Herbert Barnhart

Warren Helberg A$

Robert Kick A$

John Krall A$

Alan Ploesser

Jean Ronat A$

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Class of 1945

$1,000 to $2,499

James McKelvey O$

$100 to $249

Satoshi Kuwamoto

Elmer Milz A$

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Class of 1946

$1,000 to $2,499

Arthur Meenen A$

$100 to $249

Thomas Daniels A$

Howard Fowler

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Class of 1947

$1,000 to $2,499

Richard Cole O$ A$

$250 to $499

Roy Dunham A$

Ronald Tappmeyer

$100 to $249

Basil Buterbaugh* A$

H. Cliff Dameron A$

Robert Kendall

Samuel Lyle

James Sullivan

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Class of 1948

$50,000 to $99,999

Gilbert Keeley Estate

Gilbert Keeley* O$ Q$

$1,000 to $2,499

James Byron Chaney O$ A$

$500 to $999

Peter Bermel A$

Vernon Lawson

$250 to $499

Kenneth Niewoehner A$

$100 to $249

Michael Delany O$

Robert Held A$

Joseph Hepp A$

Gerardo Joffe A$

Robert Kracht A$

John Leahy A$

Edward Mueller A$

Wilbern Weddle A$

Less than $100

James Fisher A$

Lawrence Jamboretz A$

Joseph Salvo

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Class of 1949

$100,000 to $249,999

John Toomey O$ Q$

$5,000 to $9,999

Robert Bay O$ A$

$500 to $999

Robert Kemper A$

Daniel Paul Rice

$250 to $499

Charles Bennett A$

William Griffith

John Reilly A$

$100 to $249

Harvey Anderson

Gordon Carpenter A$

Roy Coplen A$

Paul Edwards A$

John Gosen

John Hegwer A$

Elmer Cecil Hill A$

Nick Holloway A$

Robert Martin A$

Kenneth Peterson

Joseph Quinn* O$

Albert Seelig A$

Donald Timmer* A$

Landon Viles O$ A$ Q$

Judson Willis

Less than $100

Erwin Blankenmeister

Robert Bopp*

Alexander Boyer A$

Frederick Crossman

Roy Deason

James Feltmann

William Gehrs

Paul Greer A$

Henry Hellrich A$

Harvey Ross A$

Reagan Young

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