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Athletic Hall of Honor

– 2019 –

Gretchen Goebel PetersonGretchen Goebel Peterson ’01– Gretchen has been noted as “living a life of excellence” by her teammates, players, peers, friends and family. Her drive became apparent in high school where she was a member of the National Honor Society and a varsity volleyball athlete for Round Top-Carmine High School – making the state tournament three years in a row with two championships and one runner-up, and a state semi-finalist in basketball. Gretchen was accepted to Schreiner College in 1997 on a volleyball scholarship. Her leadership was evident to her coaches almost immediately as she was named captain of the team her sophomore year. Gretchen added her name to the Schreiner volleyball record books numerous times. Her record of most career kills still stands today at 1223. After graduating from Schreiner College with an exercise science degree, Gretchen coached volleyball for Ingram Tom Moore High School, Elgin Junior High School and is currently the head volleyball and track coach at Liberty Hill High School. Her coaching accomplishments include: two-time state volleyball semi-finalists, four regional volleyball tournament appearances, multiple district and area volleyball championships, two-time state track championship (4×4 relay), state track championship (individual mile) and she was named the Austin American-Statesman Centex 4A Coach of the Year in 2016. Her dedication and passion for the success of her student athletes led to her being appointed Girls Athletic Coordinator in 2017 and her leadership also extends to the classroom where she serves as the department head for the history department.


William E. “Bill” Fox, Jr.William E. “Bill” Fox, Jr. ’60 – Bill’s athletic career began at Schreiner Institute in 1956. He was a junior in Schreiner’s Military Program and participated in football, basketball and track. He was an outstanding high school athlete under the coaching of Dr. Andrew Edington and W. C. Weir. After graduating from Schreiner Institute High School, Bill received a full athletic scholarship in track and basketball to Schreiner Institute Junior College from 1958-1960. While at Schreiner, Bill set numerous records and won the prestigious Border Olympics and the Texas Junior College Championship in the 120-yard-high hurdles and 220-yard-low hurdles, earning him an invitation to the National Junior College Track Meet in Kansas City. After Schreiner, Bill went on to receive his bachelor’s degree from Southwest Texas State University and ultimately received his master’s degree in guidance and counseling. After graduation Bill began his career coaching at Pettus, San Marcos and Three Rivers. Coaching and teaching young people were his passions. Helping them become successful and seeing them grow to their potential was his reward. He coached, taught and counseled until his retirement in 2004. “As long as I can walk and move around, I will continue to do what I love – track and field.” Bill was inducted into the Texas Region IV Class AAA Meet Officials Hall of Honor in 2017.

Contact:

Bingham, Tammi


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Tammi Bingham '98 '18
Director of Alumni Affairs
Advancement

Hayes, Paul


Paul Hayes
Paul Hayes
Alumni Development Officer
Advancement

Distinguished Alumnus

– 2019 –

Dr. Margaret Patricia SullivanDr. Margaret Patricia Sullivan ‘41 – Margaret “Patty” Sullivan came to Kerrville with her family in 1932. After graduating co-valedictorian from Tivy High School, she continued her academic excellence at Schreiner Institute. Sullivan completed her bachelor’s degree with highest honors from Rice University in 1944 and was selected for Phi Beta Kappa – all while working her way through college. In 1950, Dr. Sullivan received her medical degree from Duke University Medical Center. She was named distinguished alumna in 1973 – the school’s first female graduate to receive that award. Dr. Sullivan was selected to serve as a pediatrician with the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission where she spent two years in Nagasaki and Hiroshima, Japan evaluating children who had been exposed to radiation from atomic bombs. She joined the staff of M.D. Anderson Hospital in Houston where she developed the hospital’s pediatric clinic in 1956. She retired from M.D. Anderson in 1990. Dr. Sullivan wrote and co-wrote more than 100 articles in medical journals and her service and awards include: president of American Medical Women’s Association, president of Business and Professional Women of Texas, the American Leukemia Society Service to Mankind Award, and the Ashbel Smith Professor of Pediatrics Award. The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center named a professorship in her honor. The late Dr. Sullivan served a distinguished career in the treatment of pediatric cancer. In the words of the late Dr. Robert W. Miller, chief of the National Cancer Institute’s Clinical Epidemiology Branch, “Dr. Sullivan was a pioneer in pediatric cancer chemotherapy… a superb clinician, with a special capacity for endearing herself to children and their mothers.”

Past Awards and Honors

Martin L. Allday† ’44
Peter W. Baldwin ’47
David Barker ’64
Judge Robert Rhea Barton ’56
Raymond E. Berry ’51
Theo Blue ’51
Grady Spencer Blocker ’52
James B. Cain† ’41
N. Ford Chapman, Jr.† ’28
Richard E. Cree ’67
Frank W. Denius.† ‘42
Dr. Wilson Elkins† ’28
Royce Faulkner ’49
Hugh H. Goerner† ’41
Norman Hoffman† ’37
Frank N. Ikard, Sr.† ’31
Charles H. Johnston, Jr. † ’32
Dr. Charles L. Johnson ’58
Dr. Sam M. Junkin ’51
Dr. John L. Kammerdiener ’57
Dr. Samuel W.T. Lanham III ’51
Richard P. Marrs, M.D. ’68
Wendell W. Mayes, Jr. ’42
Roy Q. Minton ’49
Park L. Myers† ’35
Harris J. Pappas ’60
Michael Pate ’71
James E. Nugent ’41
Thomas W. Pruett ’50
Dr. Russell Scott, Jr.† ’43
The Honorable Marvin D. Singleton, MD ‘60
Joe C. Walter, Jr.† ’45
† deceased

Schreiner Former Students Association Distinguished Service Award

Schreiner Former Students Association Distinguished Service Award was created in 2005 to honor former students who have demonstrated outstanding service to, and support of, the Schreiner Former Students Association involving the contribution of time, talent and/or resources benefiting the Association and
Schreiner University.

SFSA Distinguished Service Award Recipients
Coralie Croom† ‘46
Catherine Carden Henry ‘64
Jerry E. “Gene” Marshall ’52
Captain Jack M. Stevens, USN Ret ’43
Meleah M. Siebold Nye ‘92

Emmett Adolph Acker † ’53
David Barker ’64
Tom H. Ball, Jr.† ’42
Laurence Becker (Coach ’58-’62)
Raymond E. Berry ’51
John R. “Bob” Bowmer † ’53
Raymond “Red” Daniels† ’42
Felicia Delgado ‘04
Rogers Douglas ’52
Stephanie Gamble ’90
Major William G. Gillis, Jr.† ’37
Claude R. “Chena” Gilstrap† ’35
H.C. “Bully” Gilstrap†
(faculty ’25-’37)
Richard Harben
Joe Love Hedrick† ’41
Dr. Robert Henry
(Coach ’82-’94)
David Lindsey Hulse ’90
Roland E. Ingram ’62
Dr. Charles L. Johnson ’58
Charles H. Johnston, Jr. † ’32
Tim Kaman ‘90
Albert B. “Monk” Keith† (Coach ’66-’83)
William Clifford “Cliff” Kellett † ’51
Rex R. Kelly† (faculty ’35 – ’52)
Tammy Lusinger ‘90
Ken Murray ‘66
Donald “Red” Richardson† ’51
William Dudley Rogers† (Coach ’67-’81)
H.N. “Jack” Stevens† ’24
Donald W. Suman, Sr. † ’38
Bill E. Thompson † ’51
William C. “Heinie” Weir†
(faculty ’37 – ’71)
Reginald “Reggie” West ’51†
† deceased