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She had spent two years as the housemother in Wilder, thus well equipped with experience in dealing with cOllege-aged

came

women. the end

After many years of the 1971-1972

of dedicated service, school year (Koehler,

she retired 1986).

at

In 1972, Mrs. Marcia assumed the head resident did their best to provide resignation in January of

Bergeson along with her husband Joe,

duties in Angell.

They

service

to

the

students

continually until their

1975.

They

were

succeeded

for

the

remainder of the school year by Nancy Oser (Koehler, 1986).

In

1976,

Suzy

Belyea

became

the

new

head

resident.

The

following

year

Bonny

Bronson

assumed

the

position.

Although

each of these young women only stayed one year, they each left

a very distinguishable mark behind (Koehler, 1986). The Fall of 1978 brought forth Susan Welte as yet another

Angell

head

resident.

She

remained

in

the

position

for

three

years and truly made a difference in the lives of the residents (Kurinsky, 1986).

In 1981, Deb Raupp accepted the hall director role.

She

did

so

through

the

1982-83

school

year.

The

following

year

Nancy Burdick took over the encompassing helm. over to Reuter for the succeeding school year.

She switched

Taking over for Nancy Burdick in 1984 was Debbie Spencer.

In her two years of hall directing, Deb added a great deal of energy and enthusiasm to the hall (Kurinsky, 1986).

In 1986, Jay Sieler became the tenth hall director of Angell achieving to break the succession of women who had held

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