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McNeese to Host Golden Scholars

McNeese to Host Golden Scholars

McNeese State University's Class of 1964 will be honored during the annual celebration of the McNeese Alumni Association's Golden Scholar Society on Friday and Saturday, May 16-17.

To share in this celebration, the Class of 1964 has invited classmates from 1939-1964 to participate, according to Stephanie Clark, McNeese assistant director of alumni affairs.

"This is one of our favorite events that the McNeese Alumni Association sponsors. It's truly amazing to meet our Golden Scholars, visit with them and hear their stories about campus life," said Clark. "We enjoy spending the weekend reminiscing and celebrating all that they have accomplished in their 50 years since graduation."

On Friday, the graduates will reunite for a luncheon and an induction and pinning ceremony in the Club Level room at the Doland Field House. Afterwards, there will be a campus tour.

On Saturday, the 1964 graduates will wear gold robes and march in spring commencement at 10 a.m. in Burton Coliseum with the Class of 2014. Prior to commencement, a breakfast will be held at the Stream Alumni Center with McNeese President Philip C. Williams.

The Golden Scholars from the Class of 1964 are as follows: Faye Fryar Anderson, Joan Guillot Ardoin, Richard Abbie Ardoin, Andrew "Don" Bertrand, Joseph W. Bock, Jr., Willene T. Bonnette, Barney R. Bridges, Jeneral "Jack" C. Chelette, Wilda Penny Chelette, Bruce M. Dinsmore, Lynette E. Goodrich, Clara Limbocker Heard, George Lee Heard, Linda Sonnier Hebert, Elese J. Haas Hoover, William "Bill" H. Ledbetter, Betty R. Wills O'Reilly, Clifford "Cliff" H. Seiber, Betty Knight Spell, James A. Spell, Helen Marie Daughenbaugh Vincent, and Earline Marcantel Williams.