Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1982

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attract senior nominees Jlvement with that annual activity. "I :ally had my heart in Christmas for hildren, and that's the thing l'm proudest '," he said. "I probably put more effort to that than anything else." He said he would remember the Hscores ' friends I had - some that I will never :e again." "ACU was a very special place for both etsy and me," he added. Pat, who graduated in December, was nployed as a computer programmer at tlantic Richfield Company Oil and Gas Dallas. "It was just four years of fun," Abile- nian Susan Scott said of her ACU academic career. The senior physical education major said she especially en- joyed her involvement with the volleyball team and Sigma Theta Chi. "1 really loved both of those organizations," she said. Susan also said that she hoped to be remembered as a happy, fun person. But Susan was not all fun and no work. She received four letters in volleyball, serv- ed as team captain two years and set three records. She also made the Dean's Honor Roll and was a member of the Student Ad- visory Board, W Club and Kappa Delta Pi. After she finished her P.E. degree Susan said she planned to do a year of leveling work at ACU in biology to prepare for en- trance into a physicianls assistant graduate program. Rodney Smith, senior business computer science major from Waco, said he would remember ACU because of the people who helped him open up "and come out of my nutshell." Rodney described himself as very intro- verted in high school. Bvt at ACU he was in Alpha Phi Omega and Prater Sodalis and was president of his junior class. Rodney said he wanted classmates to remember him as "someone people could turn to." He enjoyed sports and "working with my hands and building things." He said he dreamed of some day remodeling or restor- ing a house. Another dream, which Rodney shared with his brother and a friend, was to start a restaurant business after graduation and earn enough from it to finance other pro- jects including several energy inventions. Rodney was excited about graduation: "When I walk across that stage at gradua- tion, it's fLook out, world, here I comef " Immediately after graduation Rhonda Staples, senior accounting major from Fort Worth, planned to take a three-week tour of Europe, then return to an accountant posi- tion with Price-Waterhouse in Fort Worth. Rhonda was active in the College of Business as a lab instructor, vice president of the Business Administration Council and president of the Student Accounting Society. The senior said she hoped to be re- membered for helping add two courses to the business curriculum, a lab for inter- mediate and advanced accounting classes and Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Pro- gram, coordinated by the Internal Revenue Service. Rhonda was honored in 1981 as a Homecoming Queen nominee, a recipient ofan academic excellence award from Arco and an honoree at the Optimist Club's Youth Appreciation Dinner. This page: Rodney Smith, Rhonda Staples. Opposite page: Betsy Powell, Pat Powell, Todd Pickle, Susan Scott. Who's Who 319

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