We Heard From...
Chantal (Sanders) Drumgole, Class of 2002, and her husband, Josh, Class of 2002, live in Austin, Texas. The couple has a five month old daughter, Janae. Chantal is currently in nursing school, while Josh works in management. Chantal is a former runner-up for Queen Alalah and Josh was a member of the Tiger basketball team. The couple met while attending Cowley.
Allyson (Hills) Bass, Class of 2002, and her husband, Harold, live in Blackwell, Okla. She is currently employed at Braums, while Harold works for Ratliff, Inc.
Stayce (Logue) Smith, Class of 1999, lives in Wichita, Kan. She is an assistant property manager for Twin Rivers Apartments in Wichita. She recently graduated from the University of Phoenix with a degree in Business Management. She hopes to one day open her own bakery. She has fond memories of her time at Cowley and was the recipient of the first CARE student of the year award. She believes Cowley will forever play a tremendous role in her life as well as the lives of her children. She has a son, C.J. 16, and a daughter, Jessica 14.
Shana Jackson, Class of 1991, and her husband, Theo Stafford, Class of 1991, live in Hugo, Okla. Shana is employed as an adoption specialist, while Theo is a boiler operator. Theo was a member of the 1990-91 Jayhawk Conference Eastern Division winning Tiger men’s basketball team, which was coached by Ron Murphree. The couple has two children, Ashlyn 15, and Jordan 11.
Harold Schuessler, Class of 1973, lives in Arkansas City. He is employed at Popkorn Auction Company and is the owner of the Light Camera Action Video Company. He fondly recalls former Cowley College instructor Walt Mathiasmeier giving him words of encouragement. He enjoys racing demo cars in his free time and holds track records at 81 Speedway in Wichita, Kan. He has two daughters, Ronda and Melisa.
Dr. Jordan Burkey, Class of 1943, lives in Springfield, Mo. He has fond memories of when the college was located in the basement of the Arkansas City High School, and the Ark Light newspaper covered both the high school and the college. Several teachers also taught at both schools.