(1949) lives in Atlanta, Ga. He still does freelance work and concentrates on his own projects.
(B.F.A., 1950) is a noted Mississippi artist and professor of art. He has won numerous awards for his artwork and for his abilities as an educator. He is currently an adjunct professor of art at Mississippi College, teaching sculpture, and, at 54 years, he is the longest-tenured faculty member there. He lives in Clinton, Miss., with his wife, Marjorie. He has, during the past 20 years, specialized in bronze casting and has a significant number of public bronze statuary. He is represented numerous permanent collections including Mississippi Museum of Art and Illinois State University. View his work at www.mc.edu/~gore
. Martel "Myrt" Wightman
(1950) retired from his position with Texas Gas Transmission Corporation. He lives in Owensboro, Ky., with his wife, Anne. They have two daughters, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Maxine Yalovitz-Blankenship
(B.F.A., 1950) lives in Waban, Mass., with her husband, Alburn. She has two children. She is a painter with an extensive list of exhibitions, and her work is featured in numerous permanent collections.