1933 - 1942

William Robison, Jr.

Tom McKahan Green

George Desmond Swartout

Ralph Everette Kinton

Royden Krueger Kelley

Karl Parker Vosloh

Richard B. Maxwell

Raymond Edwin Kostanzer

Francis Xavier McAdam, Jr.

Robert Ross Neal

Frank William Herbert Lovering, Jr.

Donald Bonnell Fobes
Donald B. Fobes, 91, of Moorings Park Naples, FL, formerly of Indianapolis, died Dec. 5, 2003 of natural causes. Mr. Fobes  was born in Crawfordsville, IN on Jan. 28, 1912 the son of William W. and Helen (Bonnell) Fobes.He attended Goshen High School, IN. He was a basketball star. In 1930, Sweet Sixteen  Tournament play versus Muncie Central, he shot a 77.8 field goal percentage, which was a state record that stood for 29 years.He was a graduate of Wabash College in 1934 with a Bachelor's Degree in Economics. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity and was the basketball team;s leading scorer his sophomore year and was also a member of varsity tennis team.He married Shiela Brown of Indianapolis in 1937. He served his country in the U.S. Navy as supply officer in NYC in 1943.He began his working career as a sales manager with Paper Package Co. (subsidiary of Eli Lilly Co.) in 1934. He became president of   Paper Package Co. in 1954 and the president of Creative Packaging Co. in 1961 retiring in 1970.Mr. Fobes was a member of and served on the  Vestry of Trinity Episcopal Church. He also served on the Board of Directors of Flanner House and the United Way Fund of Indianapolis. He was a founding member of Crooked Stick Country Club. Mr. Fobes served Wabash College as trustee from 1977-1989, Capital Campaign Chairman in 1971. Wabash awarded him Alumni Award of Merit in 1976 and an honorary LL.D. in 1985.Mr. Fobes was an active golf enthusiast all his life and had a passion for playing the piano and for sailing.Mr.Fobes is survived by his wife, Shiela Brown Fobes of Mooring Park, Naples, FL; daughter, Lynne (Steve) Marion of Scottsdale, AZ; son, Rick  Fobes of Naperville, IL; 8 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren; and 2  more on the way. One daughter, Sherry Hollett preceded him in death in 2000.The family will receive friends at Trinity Episcopal Church from 10 to 11 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 10 followed by services at 11 a.m. Burial  will be in Crown Hill Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Don Fobes Memorial Fund at Wabash College (for music education), P.O. Box 352, Crawfordsville, IN 47933-0352. (Indianapolis Star)

Frank John Horuff

Robert George Stephens

Henry Latham Breunig

Ford Rusling Larrabee

Kenneth Raymond Wright

Warren Jefferson Lewis

Henry Earl Duncan

Robert Worth Frank, Jr.

Ralph Ward Wheaton

George Vernon Blackmore

Yale Lewis Bates

William Johnon Millikan

Harvey Lee Price

George Frederick Snyder

Jack Willard Neal

Ray Herman Umble

Morris Morris

Carlos Benito Sedillo, Jr.

Robert Watt Fulton

John Ivan Hoke

Perry Wendell Merchant

Luke White

Francis James Woods

Frederic Lee Smith

Robvert Matthew Smith

Raymond B. Ter Beek

Richard Lewis Sowle

George Everette Home, Jr.

Ben William Rubush

Robert Carl Elliott

Malcom Stewart Ragan

Richard Bradshaw Hudson

Roger Barnard Smith

Andre Frederic Rhoads

Warren Wright Shearer

Robert Sample Taylor

Charles Kightly Trippet

Richard Greenawalt Bigler

Gordon Everette Hoke

Frank Barton Kyle

Roland Brooks Wynne

Eugene Alfred Meyer

John Nicholas VanderVries

Charles Stedman Becker

Herbert Halston Johnson

Robert Jacques Moore

James Fouland Moore

Orland William Myers

Frank Joseph Luzar

Norman Reeve Long

Jack Vincent Porter

Richard Earl Murbarger

Martin Joseph Morrison

Robert Leitch McVie

William R. Larrabee

David Swain Thopmson

Irwin Street Hostetter

Richard Russel Marsh

Robert Avery Giddings

John Thomas Sutton

Walter Longley Fertig

John Brooke Koffend

Robert Spencer Carson

William Milligan Herron

William Albert Watson Huntington-Ashworth

John Ernest Messick, Jr.

William Robert Vosloh

Carl Otto Janus

William LaForge Pack '39.  President, Sphinx Club.

John Morgan Elliot

Joseph Albert Mayberry

William Junior Kitzmiller

Donald Edward Landis

Richard Lynn Umble

Joseph Patton Fulton

Thomas Montgomery Billings

Richard Edward McCreary, Jr.

Jack Lockhart Rich

Donald Lauren Custis

Forrest Pilger Dewey

Edward Hazard Sieber

William Penn Bullock

William A. Brenner, Jr.

David Porter Herron

Harry Duncan Fisher

Bernard Francis James

Donald Francis Buehner

Arthur George Kraeger, Jr.

Alexander Malcolm McVie, Jr.

William Fletcher Boyd

Matthew Robert Dorman

Richard Osborne Ristine
A memorial celebration will be held at the Leland Lodge on June 27, 2009, from 2 to 4 P.M., to honor Richard O. ("Dick") Ristine, 89, who died at home in Leland, Michigan, on June 20, 2009, after a brief illness. A memorial service will be held in the Wabash College Chapel, Crawfordsville, Indiana, at a later date. 

Mr. Ristine was born January 19, 1920, the only child of Harley Thomson and Helen Osborne Ristine of Crawfordsville, Indiana. As a child he began spending summer weeks in Leland. He attended public schools in Crawfordsville and graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa from Wabash College. After graduating from Columbia University Law School, he served in World War II with the Army Air Corps in the Philippines and Japan until his honorable discharge as a Captain in 1946. 

Later that year, he married Mary Lou Durrett of Wichita Falls, Texas. After launching his legal career with the Baker & Daniels law firm in Indianapolis, he moved his family to Crawfordsville to practice law there, as had his great-grandfather, his grandfather and his father. Following in the footsteps of his grandfather and great-great-grandfather who had served in the Indiana General Assembly, Mr. Ristine was elected in 1950 to the Indiana State Senate, where he continued to represent Montgomery and Putnam counties through 1960, when he was elected Lieutenant Governor. In 1964, Mr. Ristine was the Republican candidate for Governor. For his 14 years in elected public office, he will be particularly remembered for his 1963 tie-breaking vote, as President of the Senate, which resulted in Indiana's first sales tax. 

In Crawfordsville, he practiced law with Robert Wernle. Their firm, Wernle, Ristine and Ayers, was Indiana's second oldest law firm at the time of its dissolution in 2000. In the 1960's, following his term as Lieutenant Governor, Mr. Ristine became president of Crawfordsville's Elston Bank & Trust Co. His tenure on its board of directors spanned 31 years. Starting in Crawfordsville and continuing for over five decades, he had been an elder in the Presbyterian Church. 

In Indianapolis, Mr. Ristine was a vice-president of L.S. Ayres & Co. before becoming Executive Vice-President of Lilly Endowment. During his Indianapolis era, he helped numerous corporations and nonprofit organizations pursue their missions by serving on their boards of directors. His Board service included the Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis, Meridian Mutual Insurance Co., Indianapolis Water Co. and L.S. Ayres & Co. Mr. Ristine was a former chairman of the Indiana Historical Society, a former vice-chairman and a life trustee of the Nature Conservancy (Indiana Chapter), former chairman of the Indiana State Board of Mental Health and the Association of Mental Health in Indiana, former vice-chairman of the Indiana Employment Security Board and of Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana, former chairman of the Board of Regents of the Indiana Academy, and former board member of Associated Colleges of Indiana. Throughout his life, Mr. Ristine was passionate about Wabash College. His ancestors were among the founders of the College and the town of Crawfordsville. 

Among the positions he held were president of the National Association of Wabash Men and of the former Wabash College Foundation, Treasurer of the College for ten years, and Director of Development and Director for External Affairs before retiring in 1993. On the Board of Trustees he served actively for 35 years and in emeritus status for 15 years. His widow, Mary Lou ("Lou") Ristine, is the second of six honorary alumnae of the all-male college. In Leland, in his 70's and 80's, Mr. Ristine continued to serve his community, especially after Dick and Lou moved there permanently in 1997 to the home they had bought in 1975. He assisted several Leelanau County charitable organizations and township commissions, and at the time of his death, was an honorary chairman of the Leelanau Conservancy, a past director of Leelanau Children's Center and a member of the Rotary Club of Suttons Bay and Leelanau County. He was named a Sagamore of the Wabash by six Republican and four Democrat governors, and received honorary degrees from Wabash College, Indiana State University, Vincennes University, Indiana University and Marian College. 

Mr. Ristine is survived by Lou, his wife of 62 years; their three sons, Richard O. Jr. (Karen) and Thomas H. (Jill) of Indianapolis and James D. (Mardi Black) of Leelanau Township; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to Wabash College or to Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church, both of Crawfordsville, Indiana, or to the Leelanau Conservancy, the Leelanau Children's Center or Share Care of Leelanau County, all of Leland, Michigan. Arrangements are with the Martinson Funeral Home of Suttons Bay, MI. (Indianapolis Star, 23 June 2009)

Ward Hibben Hackleman

Paul Emmet Fertig

George Alexander Orndorff

Carl Jacob Klein, Jr.

Stephen Murray Noland

Franklin Gerard Davidson

William Marian Fisher '41.  President, Sphinx Club.

Ward Lincoln Walhay
1941. Ward Lincoln Walhay passed away in Glen Ellyn, Illinois on 28 May 1999. He was number 602 on the Tau Chapter rolls.

John Albert Clancy

Hulburd Wampler

John Robert Todd, Jr.

David Clements Barnhill

John Richard Scott
Indianapolis. Pediatric physician.