Tennessee Alumnus

Alumni in Photos: Spring 2015

UT Knoxville alumni and fans showed up in full force in Jacksonville, Florida, for the Taxslayer Bowl. Hundreds of Vols got into the spirit at the Big Orange Tailgate Tour event before the victory over Iowa.

Featured image: UT Knoxville alumni and fans showed up in full force in Jacksonville, Florida, for the Taxslayer Bowl. Hundreds of Vols got into the spirit at the Big Orange Tailgate Tour event before the victory over Iowa.

Members of the University of Chattanooga Class of 1964 celebrate their 50th reunion.
UTC alumni enjoy an Atlanta alumni event.
From left are 2015 UTC Athletics Hall of Fame honorees Dale Rutemeyer (Chattanooga ’57), Lanni Marchant (Chattanooga ’07), Melissa Ramirez (Chattanooga ’06), David McCrary (Chattanooga ’85), Grace Keith, Todd Duff (Chattanooga ’66) and Sharon Fussell, in memory of her late husband, David Fussell (Chattanooga ’69).
UTC students, alumni and friends participate in the inaugural Spirit Run hosted during 2014 homecoming.
Reuniting at a tailgate party, former Miss UCs Barbara Woods McClain (Chattanooga ’59), Barbara “Peaches” Neidhardt Moore (Chattanooga ’54) and Janet Parks (Chattanooga ’64).
Scrappy joins UTC friends Terrence Banks (Chattanooga ’13), Emily Neutens (Chattanooga ’12), Tiffany Hutton and Juan Moreno (Chattanooga ’08).
UTC Young Alumni Jessie Wright-Rudez (Chattanooga ’12), Virgilio Gorum and Scrappy at the annual Homecoming Tap Party.
UT Knoxville Alumni Board member Lisa Hood Skinner advises a student during the Networking at Neyland event.
Erica Glisson, of Dresden and a member of the UT Martin Bachelor of Science in Nursing Class of 2014, completed her reign as Miss University of Tennessee at Martin during the 2015 combined Miss UT Martin and Miss Tennessee Soybean Festival Pageant.
Jennifer Horbelt (Martin ’07), co-anchor of WPSD Local 6 news in Paducah, Kentucky, was the keynote speaker during UT Martin’s Working Women’s Conference. She also received the university’s Outstanding Young Alumni Award during UT Martin’s 2014 Homecoming celebration.
Coach Lin Dunn (Martin ’69), retired coach of the WNBA’s Indiana Fever, was honored during a basketball doubleheader for her accomplishments in women’s athletics. Dunn (center) is pictured with students from Dresden Middle School and former Skyhawk standout basketball player Heather Butler (Martin ’14).
UTHSC College of Pharmacy Class of 1974 enjoys a reunion dinner in Knoxville.
Dr. Mark Wilson (HSC ’76); Jennifer Williams, UTHSC College of Pharmacy associate dean for student affairs; and Dr. Jim Eoff (Health Science Center ’69,’70) tailgate during College of Pharmacy Alumni Weekend.
Education consultant and former UTHSC College of Nursing Dean Susan Jacob (HSC ’93) advises medical student Hannah Fish during a resume workshop.
Eric Schimmoeller, Josh Huffaker (Knoxville ’11), Brian Winbigler (Knoxville ’03, HSC ’14), Sam Wyrosdick (Knoxville ’63) and David Suggs (Chattanooga ’07) at the Retirement 101 event in Knoxville. The event was sponsored by First Tennessee Bank and hosted by the Knoxville Region UT Alumni Network.
UT Alliance of Women Philanthropists members Sara Phillips, Debbie Ingram, Margaret Kelley and Bettye Emerson visit during a membership luncheon at the Walden Club in Chattanooga.
UT Alliance of Women Philanthropists Executive Board member Marilyn Elrod enjoys a ride down the slide at Discovery Park in Union City, where an Alliance membership event was held.
Molly Adams (Knoxville ’84), executive vice president of Global Product Development for Disney Consumer Products, and her daughters Kate, left, and Haley, right, present Mary Costa with a Disney limited edition Princess Aurora. Costa, a Knoxville resident, is the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney film Sleeping Beauty.
UT Knoxville Alumni Board member Susan Crunk and her husband, Tommy, pose with members of the Knoxville Spirit Squad during Senior Toast in Neyland Stadium. The event honored more than 175 senior leaders for their service to UT. The event was co-hosted by UT Knoxville Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek and the UT Knoxville Alumni Board.
4-H All Stars in Wilson County play bingo with Gregory Spinnato at Quality Rehab and Health Center in Lebanon. 4-H All Stars is the second level in the Tennessee 4-H recognition program for outstanding 4-H members. These members have contributed an average of 620,000 hours of service to their communities annually with an estimated economic impact of more than $14 million.
Former UT football player turned motivational speaker and author Inky Johnson, center, pauses for a selfie with Amy Fulcher, Izetta Slade, Misty Layne-Watkins and David Bilderback during the UT Extension Conference in Nashville.
Standing in the shape of Tennessee, about 500 UT Extension employees symbolically showcased how UT Extension shapes and touches every part of the state during the 2014 Extension Conference, “Building a Better Future County by County” in Nashville.
UT Knoxville emeritus professor of music John Brock was celebrated by alumni, friends and colleagues for his 50 years of teaching.