Robert Martin, BA ’49, shares, “I have sailed the seas, climbed the heights, walked the valleys, seen the sights. Being alive at 95 is a miracle!”


The Wilma Seltzer Endowed Scholarship in Nursing, a Hord Challenge Scholarship, was established by David Seltzer of Southlake, TX, and Robert Seltzer of Gilbert, AZ, in memory of their mother, Wilma Seltzer, BSN ’55. This scholarship supports nursing students.

Martha Rogers, BSHE ’57, authored Treasure for the Heart [Winged Publications, 2022] and novella, A Merry Cowboy Christmas [Forget Me Not Romances, 2022] this year. This makes over 60 novels and novellas in publication that were written by Rogers. She recently celebrated 86 years of life and is still active at First Baptist Church in Houston where she and her husband, Rex, met and married 63 years ago.

Mr. Robert B. Powell, BA ’58, and Mrs. Sue Powell, BBA ’57, of Houston, established the R. E. “Pat” and Pauline Burton Memorial Endowed Fund in memory of R. E. “Pat” and Pauline S. Burton, parents of Sue Burton Powell. The fund supports programs that address student food insecurity. 


Roland Eichelberger, BA ’62, and Marilyn Cooper Eichelberger, BA ’66, established the Eichelberger Family Scholarship for students studying Management Information Systems in the Hankamer School of Business.

Jane Felts Mauldin, BA ’62, spoke at San Saba Museum’s annual meeting in May. She shared memories of her early years in San Saba, her art, and the interesting and surprising twists and turns her career has taken. 

Anita Cherry Arnold, BA ‘67, and Bill Arnold celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary in July.

Murray, BA ’67, and Betty Sheffield Hardy, BA ’64, celebrated their 60th anniversary on June 23. Murray and Betty’s oldest granddaughter, Joanna Hardy, has transferred to Baylor as a member of the class of 2024. Betty’s grandmother, Joanna’s great-great grandmother, graduated from Baylor in 1898.

William Sachs, BA ’69, authored his 10th book in which he worked with Tim Hightower, former NFL running back and now team executive. A Dream Worth Fighting For [Morgan James Publishing, 2022] tells the story of Tim’s four-year recovery from injury on the field where recovery becomes a spiritual journey to a new quality of life.