Denver chapter member Lula Weeden Jacobs (A&S’42) of The Links — a nonprofit dedicated to the enrichment and sustainment of African-American culture and economic survival by women of color — appeared in The Denver Post with her daughter Yolanda Jacobs when they attended The Links luncheon celebrating its 60th anniversary. The Links chapter provides service to youth, health and human services and the arts. Lula lives in Denver.

Posted Mar. 1, 2013

Last fall at Coors Events Center Leason McCloud (A&S’42) was inducted into the Colorado Athletic Hall of Fame. Leason was a first-team All-American, the third in CU basketball history and sixth in any sport at the time. He was the Buffs’ leading scorer on the 1941-42 team that reached the Final Four and a member of the 1939-40 team that won the NIT and was invited to the first NCAA tournament. Leason resides in Newton, Kan.

Posted Mar. 1, 2013

Phyllis Gates Fenger (Fren) finished writing American Red Cross Nurse Beulah Feely 1917-1918. The book is based on a diary of her cousin, Beulah Feely, a CU Anschutz College of Nursing graduate who was a Red Cross nurse in France during World War I. Phyllis donated the book to the National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Mo. In July, Phyllis celebrated her 95th birthday at her home in Carpinteria, Calif.

Posted Dec. 1, 2017

Martin Trotsky (Acct) turned 100 on April 3. His family planned a dancing-filled birthday celebration in May. He lives in Denver with his wife, Gloria (MusEd’43).

Posted Jun. 1, 2018