May 2018 WMU News

Walter Joseph Brunhumer obituary

Walter Joseph Brunhumer, professor emeritus of history at WMU, died March 15 at age 93. No services will be held.

Three marketing VP candidates to visit campus

Public presentation times are as follows: Renea Morris, 1 p.m. Monday, May 7, 1920 Sangren Hall; Dr. Joseph A. Brennan, 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 9, 1910 Sangren Hall; and Michael "Tony" Proudfoot, 1 p.m. Friday, May 11, 1920 Sangren Hall.

Irene E. (Illes) Tocco obituary

Irene E. (Illes) Tocco, a retired utility food worker in the Valley I Dining Service, died April 18 at age 90. Services are private.

Brenda L. Boerger obituary

Brenda L. Boerger, a retired physical therapist who had worked at the Sindecuse Health Center, died April 14 at age 65. Services have taken place.

John O. Norman obituary

Dr. John O. Norman, associate professor emeritus of history, died April 27 at age 68. The rosary will be said and visitation held May 3 in Fort Worth, Texas. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated May 4 Keller, Texas.

Carl A. Newton obituary

Carl A. Newton, a retired assistant director of maintenance services-energy, died April 24 at age 70. Visitation and a memorial service are scheduled for Friday, May 4.

Montgomery to speak at upcoming community breakfast

WMU President Edward Montgomery will give a presentation titled "WMU: Higher Education at the Crossroads" Friday, May 18. Reservations are required for the event, which begins with breakfast at 7:30 a.m.

Gibbs House hosts weekly volunteer days

The University community is welcome from 1 to 4 p.m. every Friday now through Nov. 16 at the Gibbs House to get involved with sustainability efforts, learn about permaculture and volunteer on-site.

Pages