Golden Eagles Celebration

CLASS OF 1970 AND 1971

Thank you to the following donors for making a generous gift to the 2022 Auburn Alumni Association Golden Eagles Annual Scholarship. Their gifts help ensure Auburn remains a special place that provides an exceptional educational experience for our students.

Ms. L. Jean Allen ’72
Mr. Bennie Michael Bray ’72
Ms. E. Joyce Richardson Burrows ’62
Mr. James Meredith Butler ’72
Mr. Charles Edward Carter III
Mrs. Deborah Hopkins Carter ’72
Mr. William W. Cato, Sr. ’63
Mr. Randal G. Chandler ’72
Mr. and Mrs. James E Clark, Jr. ’72
Mrs. Myrna Whitman Conrad
LtCol Robert Wade Conrad ’72
Mrs. Anne Mabie Crew ’72
Mr. Jack Braxton Crew, Jr. ’73
Mr. Lewis C. Culpepper ’72
Mrs. Faye S. Curlee ’71
Mr. Joseph Ferrell Curlee, Jr. ’70
LtCol Jimmy R. Duhaime ’72
Mrs. Linda Hegler Duhaime ’73
Mrs. Linda Hegler Duhaime ’73
Earl D. Rogers DMD PC.
Dr. Kenneth L. Farmer, Jr. ’72
Mrs. Patricia Riley Farmer ’72
Mr. John R. Grace ’72
Mr. Nicholas Anthony Halupka ’97
Mr. Randy Joe Ham ’73
Mrs. Rosemary Cook Ham ’72
Mr. Christopher Hammond III ’62
Ms. Linda H. Hayles
Mr. Lloyd M. Hegler ’72
Mr. John A. Hinkle ’62
Mr. Thomas J. Hogan, Jr. ’70
Mrs. Connie Dalton Hunter ’72
Mr. Jerome W. Hunter ’72

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Mrs. Dora Johnson
Dr. Seth James Johnson ’72
Rev. Ken Odom Kelley ’74
Mrs. Mary Ann Kelley ’72
Mr. Spott Charles Krausse III ’72
Mrs. Barbara S. Malkove
Mr. Elmer G. McDaniel ’62
Mr. Daniel Perry Meigs III ’72
Dr. Ross W. Miller ’57
Mr. Gene Ladon Monroe ’72
Mrs. Sarah Emily Bowles Pearson ’72
Mr. William Earl Porter ’57
Dr. Earl D. Rogers ’78
Mr. Steven Thomas Scully ’73
Mr. Dan Lawson Sherrell ’73
Dr. Linda B. Sherrell ’72
Mr. Gordon Lamar Smith ’69
Mrs. Janet Allen Smith ’72
Mr. Arthur Redding Solomon ’73
Mrs. Jean Nordan Solomon ’72
Mr. Clayton Edwin Spencer ’72
Mr. Jerry Wayne Thompson ’70
Mrs. Cheryl Adair Thompson ’72
Mr. Michael F. Tinkey ’72
Mrs. Susan Q. Tooley ’72
Mrs. Janet Foster Uthlaut ’72
Mr. Randall Scott Uthlaut ’73
Mr. Christopher White
Mrs. Deborah Williams ’72
Ms. Carolyn Sutton Wingard ’66

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Golden Eagles Annual Scholarship

We hope you will consider contributing to the Golden Eagles Annual Scholarship in honor of your reunion. Since its creation in 2009, 74 incoming freshmen have received the scholarship with an overall award value of $74,000. All gifts matter, and when combined with the efforts of other Golden Eagles, they make a huge difference in the lives of the next generation of Auburn students!

Stories from Fellow Alumni

What was your favorite hang out spot when you attended Auburn? What was your hardest class you ever took at Auburn?
Who made the biggest impact on you while attending Auburn? Answers from the “Big Question”.


david rabb


“Ralph Brown Draughn Library”

Anne Clay


“My husband and I live in Cedartown, GA. Our children live in the northwest Georgia area as well as our grandchildren. I continue to teach adults who are preparing for the GED High School Equivalency tests. It’s amazing how many ways a Home Economics degree is a solid base for other careers. I worked in- field for 7 years after graduation. I was trained to work with adults, and I continue to work with adults but focusing on different content.

When at Auburn, the School of Home Economics, under the leadership of Dean Compton, began talking about a change to Human Sciences… it finally happened! I was blessed with the best – especially Dr. Mary Ann Potter and Dean Norma Compton.”

George Robert


“I am currently living in Farrukh Nagar, Gurugram, Haryana State, India. I retired after 30 years of service with the State of Georgia in various rehabilitation related professions. Since “retiring”, I have been a consultant, Executive Director of a Habitat for Humanity Affiliate, part-time bank teller and mayor of Warm Springs, Georgia.

I came to India in 2018 as a volunteer rehabilitation consultant with the Church of the Nazarene Compassionate Ministries.

In January 2021, I joined the faculty of Caleb Institute teaching disability studies.”

Jimmy Pool


After college, I entered law school at The University of Alabama, graduating in 1974. In September of 1974, I became an Assistant District Attorney in Montgomery County. I prosecuted until the end of 1979, as Chief Deputy District Attorney. I practiced law as a private practitioner until I ran for District Judge of Montgomery in 2008. I was elected. I ran again and was re-elected in 2014.

In November of 2018, I ran for Circuit Judge in Montgomery and was elected. I have been the recipient of the Montgomery County Bar’s Pro Bono Award for providing legal services for the poor, the Al Sansone Service Award and the Charles Langford Statesman Award from the Alabama Association for Justice, and the Howell Heflin Award from the Alabama Association for of Drug Court Personnel. I have been inducted into both the Alabama and the American Bar Association Fellows Association.

On January 21, 2021, I was the recipient of the 2020 Montgomery County Bar Association Service and Achievement Award. I am married to Carol Walton Pool, ’85, and we have one child, Elaine Sorrell Pool, who will be a Freshman in the Fall of 2021 at Huntington College. My wife and I are Life Members of the Auburn Alumni Association and Members of the Foy Society.”

Greg Bradley


“War Eagle Supper Club”