Entry in the faculty "where they are now" database in 2005


(RHS faculty from 1952 to 1954)

I taught vocational agriculture. I am a retired Professor of Animal Science. A few years after leaving Rolfe, I returned to graduate school at the University of Missouri and received an MS and Ph.D. in Animal Husbandry in 1965 and then was Chairman of the Department of Animal and Food Science at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, WI and later moved to North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, NC . My wife (former Marcia Lehnus, DMT (deceased)) and I worked in Africa in Tanzania, Malawi and Botswana from 1978-1988. Our son Jeff is an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN and daughter Julie is a Civil Engineer with The Missouri River Flood Forecast Center, Pleasant Hill, MO. During the summer of 2005, I have been working as a Wildlife Range at Carlsbad Caverns National Park. In November, I am moving to San Antonio TX to do volunteer work for the NPS at the Missions Monuments. If you are going south to TX for the winter, you will find me operating the San Jose Mission grist mill on weekends and blacksmithing during the week. Next year, I will be moving west to the Gila Cliff Dwellings, near Silver City, NM. From June 17-30, 2006 I will be leading a wildlife tour to the Serengeti in Tanzania. Email me if you are interested in more details.