Ramblin’ Roll

  • Ramblin’ Roll, Vol. 90, No. 1

    Ramblin’ Roll, Vol. 90, No. 1

    1970s | 1980s | 1990s | 2000s | 2010s | Weddings | Births 1970s H. Vernon Anderson, EE 73, was the keynote speaker at the first annual Conference on Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine Research in Singapore, with a presentation titled “Challenges in Global Cardiovascular Research.” He is a professor of medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center. He lives in Houston. D. more

  • Wells Appointed to Anderson Foundation Board

    Wells Appointed to Anderson Foundation Board

    John Wells, IM 84, was appointed to the advisory board of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, the nonprofit organization created in honor of the late carpet industry entrepreneur and environmental sustainability figurehead. Wells is president and chief executive officer of Interface Americas, the carpet company Anderson, IE 56, HON 11, founded in 1973. At Interface, more

  • Eagans Helms  Northwest Harvest

    Eagans Helms Northwest Harvest

    Eu-Wanda Eagans, IE 94, was appointed as chief operating officer of Northwest Harvest, Washington state’s only nonprofit food bank distributor. Eagans, who holds an MBA from Columbia University, most recently worked as assistant commissioner of the State of Washington’s employment security department, and previously worked for General Motors and Energizer. She lives in Seattle.

  • ‘From Mountain Lions to House Cats’

    ‘From Mountain Lions to House Cats’

    When Clyde Brooks, IM 64, graduated from Tech, he wanted to pursue a veterinary career, but he’d committed to four years in the Air Force. After completing his service, he relied on the GI Bill to fund his veterinary education at the University of Georgia. Since then, Brooks has practiced in Charleston, S.C., and Brevard, more

  • Bohler Receives France’s Highest Decoration

    Bohler Receives France’s Highest Decoration

    Donald Bohler, ME 62, was awarded the Legion of Honor, the highest decoration given by the French government. Bohler, a retired U.S. Air Force Colonel, was honored for his exemplary personal courage and dedication to the memory of fallen veterans. In 2009, he located the surviving flight leader and family members of a fallen U.S. more