Eddie J. Bazor, BS ’50, has lived in Oregon three times as long as he lived in Texas, but his heart is still at Baylor.
Nancy J. Williams, BA ’63, of Waco established the Nancy Williams ’63 Endowed Scholarship in Education, which supports students majoring in education, and the Nancy Williams ’63 Endowed Scholarship Fund in Art, which supports students majoring in art.
David Hennesee, BBA ’64, and Carolyn Anderson Hennessee, BS ’65, of San Antonio established the Hennessee-Anderson Family Endowed Scholarship, which supports seminary students.
Emily Martinsen, BA ’65, reports that her children are thriving. Her daughter Sookie has worked in the film and television industry for the last three years; see her work at sookimartinsen.com. Martinsen’s son Kim is an emergency room physician assistant in the Tampa Bay, Florida, area. He and his wife Suzie have two beautiful boys.
Andrea Savage, BA ’67, and Stan Savage of Moultrie, GA, established the Stan and Andrea Savage Scholarship to support Baylor students.
Jeter Basden, BA ’68, and Claudette Basden of Waco established the Basden Family Ministry Guidance Endowed Scholarship, which supports students participating in the ministry guidance program.
Jim Styles, BA ’68, published two novels through Covenant Books: Through the Glass Darkly and The Loves of a Lifetime.