Eleanor Ross Law, ’63, was awarded an honorable mention in a 2007 writing competition sponsored by Public Safety Writers, a national literary group of police, sheriffs, firefighters, and other related professionals. Her book is called Yield: A Judge’s Fir$t-Year Diary. Eleanor has also written Sex Appealed: Was the U.S. Supreme Court Fooled? She is now a visiting judge, filling in for Texas judges when the need arises. She lives in Houston, TX.
George Ransford, ’63, and his wife, Barbara Pearson Ransford, ’66, helped a former Albion faculty member, John Obetz, celebrate his many years of service to the American Guild of Organists (AGO). Obetz served as the Albion College organist from 1962 to 1966. The AGO reception took place at the World Headquarters of the Community of Christ Auditorium and Temple in Independence, MO. Also in attendance at the reception was Carolyn Nickel Kibler, ’66, John’s first organ student at Albion College. The Ransfords live in Magnolia, AR.