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FRONT ROW - Perry Reeves, C. G. Gray, Edward M. Brown. ROW 2 - Bill Petty, Kenneth Roach, Ken Rasco, Floyd Dunn, Thomas Olbricht.
Vice President and Staff
for Academic Affair
"As one in a position to have information from more
than 200 faculty members came across my desk, there
have been many times when my emotions have been
touched. One feels a vicarious sense of achievement
when a doctorate is completed successfully or a promo-
tion is granted. One also feels very keenly the messages
of sorrow that inevitably come to such a group.
"In October a flood came to Abilene, and among
those who were hurt were emeriti, students and facul-
ty. Flood waters covered floors, furniture and drapes
with mud and threatened life itself.
HI was raised by family members who gave up their
work routines when neighbors were struck by tragedy.
If there was a death, they prepared food, visited, of-
fered consolation. If sickness struck a family bread-
winner, they helped do his work.
"When that flood came, I found my office respon-
sibilities just as demanding as ever, so hour by hour I
worked on budgets, held conferences, worked on
reports 1 and developed a real sense of guilt because I
was not down on Cedar Creek helping friends meet
"Then I heard some heartwarming news. The Clyde
Austins and the Charles Rudolphs were helping the Ed
Headricks. Jerry Drennan, other faculty members,
students from the industrial education department and
others, including my wife, went to help Mrs. Bert
Mosier. ACU students volunteered in such numbers at
the Mosier home that there was not room for all to
"Though I had not helped personally, I felt good
about our ACU family. That family truly was
ministering to flood victims when help was needed." -
Edward M. Brown.