SLU 50-Year Reunion

Class of 1967: You're a Golden Billiken! Welcome to your class reunion information hub. Find details about your reunion events, how to volunteer, classmate spotlights, and keep track of your reunion giving challenge progress. We'll be updating information frequently, so be sure to bookmark the page!

Class of 1967
GOLDEN BILLIKEN DINNER

View the 2017 Golden Billiken Dinner photo album.

GOLDEN BILLIKEN BRUNCH

View the 2017 Golden Billiken Brunch photo album.

 


 

Alumni Spotlights

You will find fellow Saint Louis University alumni working in every field imaginable. Please take a few minutes to read these interesting stories about your fellow Billikens!

Dave Carter

Parks 1967
 // Wichita, Kansas

How did your experience at Saint Louis University prepare you for your career and life after SLU?

My experiences at SLU prepared me for a lifetime of learning.

What is your favorite SLU memory?

My favorite memory is of the Parks campus and the mutual interest in aviation exhibited by the students.

What are you most looking forward to about reunion?


I'm most looking froward to reconnecting with former classmates.

Don Ferris


don ferrisIT 1967 // Fairview Heights, Illinois
Kaskaskia Engineering Group, Senior Construction Engineer 

How did your experience at Saint Louis University prepare you for your career and life after SLU?

Hard work usually pays off, and keep a positive attitude.

What is your favorite SLU memory?

Surveying in one of the open fields on campus.

What are you most looking forward to about reunion?

Seeing "old" classmates again.

Jane (Brown) McNeil

A&S ’67 // Asheville, North Carolina
Owner, Preferred Properties of Asheville, Inc. 

Jane Brown McNeilHow did your experience at Saint Louis University prepare you for your career and life after SLU?

My experience at Saint Louis University prepared me very well for my career and life after SLU.

What is your favorite SLU memory?

Friends, classes, location.

What are you most looking forward to about reunion?

Seeing all my friends that I have not kept in touch with for years.

Kevin Somerville

A&S '67 &  Education '73 // Denver, Colorado
Somerville Partners

Kevin SomervilleHow did your experience at Saint Louis University prepare you for your career and life after SLU?

I got a fabulous liberal arts education. I learned how to learn and I haven't stopped.

What is your favorite SLU memory?

Relationships with faculty and fellow students.

What are you most looking forward to about reunion?

Reviewing history and learning what SLU is up to.

David Wang

Institute of Technology  '67 // Jakarta, Indonesia
President, Boeing China (retired); Chairman and CEO, GE China (retired)

David WangHow did your experience at Saint Louis University prepare you for your career and life after SLU?

SLU provided a foundation for systematic thinking and a firm ethical basis.

What is your favorite SLU memory?

Building projects for IT technology fairs.

What are you most looking forward to about reunion?

Meeting classmates I have not seen since graduation.

Rob Hancik

Parks '67 // Punta Gorda, Florida
Director of Aviation, SGF (retired)

Rob HancikHow did your experience at Saint Louis University prepare you for your career and life after SLU?

SLU gave me the tools to be successful in airport management.

What is your favorite SLU memory?

Living on the Cahokia Campus and all it afforded us to do.

What are you most looking forward to about reunion?

To see who shows up from Parks Class of 1967.

Make a Gift in Honor of Your 50-Year Reunion

A gift in honor of your reunion supports need-based scholarships, faculty recruitment, academic innovations and unparalleled experiences. For your 50-year reunion, we're hoping to have at least 225 donor participants who will raise at least $200,000.

As of September 17, the Class of 1967's totals are:

September giving totals 1967All gifts made between January 1 and December 31, 2017 – to any area of the University – will count in your class total. Please remember, every gift – no matter the size – is meaningful to SLU. Make a gift today!

Enhance Your Reunion Gift

Sustaining Gifts: A sustaining gift is an easy and affordable way to divide a larger gift into manageable payments. A gift of any amount can be scheduled monthly, quarterly or annually. For reunion campaigns, the full amount of a recurring credit card gift will be recognized for the class reunion gift. Arrangements for a sustaining gift may be made online, with the paper pledge form, or by calling 314-977-2341. 

Matching Gifts: Many companies offer gift-matching programs that can double or triple employees' or retirees' personal gifts. In order to learn whether a company sponsors a gift-matching program and how an employee applies for matching funds, please contact the company's human resources department or by visiting matchinggifts.com/saintlouis.

Volunteer

Reach out to old friends and invite them back to campus to celebrate this exciting milestone! No matter the amount of time you are able to commit, we have an opportunity for you. Sign up now to become a Reunion Volunteer!