Harry F. Olds
While at Jefferson High School, Harry played varsity football (lettered his senior year)4 years played varsity baseball 4 years, was in the Red and Black Review and was a member of the J-Club. While at Purdue Harry played baseball and played both locally and in the U.S. Marine Corp. He also had a brief stint at a professional player for the St. Louis Browns (now the Baltimore Orioles). 
Harry also coached baseball for the Broncho, Pony, Colt and American Legion Levels.
Harry has been at Sunnyside Junior High School from 1959 – 1981 as a teacher, assistant principal, and seventeen years as principal. Harry is a life member of the American Legion Post #11 and the Purdue Alumni Association. He has served as a
teacher/coach at Morgan Park, Illinois and at Salem, Indiana
In 1988 he was inducted into the Lafayette School Corporation Wall of Fame and in 2009 was inducted into the Loeb Stadium Wall of Fame. He has served on the North Central Association Committee Evaluation Team for high schools & colleges at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He has been the official scorer for the Colt World Series for over 20 years.

N. Neil Harris
While at Jefferson High School Neil was a member of the J-Club and the Red and Black Revue. He was in track his junior and senior years and intramural basketball his senior year. He was a member of the 2 Mile relay team in 1958 setting a record that stood until the late 1990’s. Neil won numerous art awards including the top award for a WCTU Temperance Poster his senior year.
Neil had a couple of career path changes in his life having been a scientific illustrator and photographer at Purdue’s Veterinary School for 11 years and with the American Numismatic Association (ANA) in a number of capacities in Colorado Springs for 15 years.
A published illustrator/photographer, photojournalist in Veterinary Medicine, Neil was a photographer of two veterinary textbooks and illustrator for another and created hundreds of art and photographic works for the teaching faculty, articles, grant and research papers in his years at Purdue. Neil was the yearbook advisor from 1965-1973, and designed the school’s logo in 1971 that is still in use today.
At ANA, Neil was Asst. Historian, Historian, Columnist and the 13th editor of The Numismatist, the official journal of the ANA as well as the Director of Photography and Director of Operations for the Association. Awarded the Association’s Medal of Merit in 1980, Neil is the only editor in their 120 year history to win the top annual writing award for his article on the coin hoard recovered by Mel Fisher in 1985, and his experiences diving on the wreck site, of the Spanish galleon, Nuestra Senora De Atocha which sunk in 1622 during a hurricane near Key West.
In addition, Neil has been a free-lance artist, medallic sculptor and photographer for over 40 years. He developed a coin photographing technique utilizing axial lighting providing museum quality numismatic images. Neil was a photographic consultant to a number of numismatic corporations during and following his years at ANA as well as to the numismatics division of the Smithsonian Institution. Neil has designed and/or sculptured over 50 commissioned medals including medals of Indiana State Numismatic Assoc., Medical Library Assoc., Mayo Clinic, American Numismatic Assoc., Purdue Veterinary School, College of Financial Planning and others. He has won numerous awards in graphics, photography, numismatics and medallic art.
He was responsible for the 24 piece Southern California Rapid Transit District transportation token series for the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
Neil is still a practicing free-lance artist, medallic sculptor and photographer. He was a practicing portrait and sports photographer for Douglas Studios since 1999 during which Neil was the primary Jeff yearbook photographer and continues as photographer for many of Jeff’s events.

William F. Olds
While at Jefferson High School William was a member of the 1973 State Championship Baseball team. During the state finals he earned two victories on the mound and was named the L. V. Phillips Award Winner (State Mental Attitude). His 15 victories on the mounds that season rank second in Jeff baseball history. He holds the Jeff record of most innings pitched in a season (113). His 25 career victories are third on the list and 242 career strikeouts are ranked fifth. He earned three letters in baseball and was named to the all North Central Conference Team two years. He also played four years of basketball, earning two letters and played football two years.
William graduated from Indiana University in 1977 with a B.S. in Management & Administration. He was a four year member of the baseball team where he served mainly as a relief pitcher. He attended I.U. on a baseball scholarship playing 4 years for the Hoosiers.
William joined Lafayette Life as a management trainee in 1978 and advanced through the ranks in the Underwriting Department becoming Chief Underwriter in 1987. He became a Vice President in 1991 and was promoted to Senior Vice President in 1997 and Chief Operating Officer in 2005. He serves as the President of the Lafayette Life Foundation.
William has been supportive of Jefferson High School and youth baseball. He has been a board member of the Jefferson Booster Club, Build the Future Committee. Murdock Park Baseball and a member of the Loeb Stadium fundraising committee. He also served five years as an assistant baseball coach at Jeff and has been a press box announcer.
Currently, William serves on the Loeb Stadium Advisory Committee, the Chamber Council for Greater Lafayette Commerce and is a board member of the Golden Broncho Club.

Kathryn Bibler Myers
While at Jefferson High School Kathryn was a member of the Future Nurses, Block Section, Sunshine Society, German Club, Cheerleaders Advisory Board (serving as vice president) and Junior Achievement. She was a devoted Bronchos fan and still is a fan.
After graduating from Jefferson High School, Kathryn attended the Indiana University School of Nursing. She served as vice president of her senior nursing class.
Kathryn has been a nurse for over 42 years and a hospice nurse for the past 20 years. She was on the staff at Elmhurst Hospital in Illinois for 12 years and moved to Summit, New Jersey where she became a hospice nurse, caring for patients and their families in their critical, end stage times. During this period she was on the board of directors for Our House – a group home for developmentally challenged adults.
She is a strong advocate of hospice care, offering information to all who are in need. She has been dedicated to the needs of her patients and families, both physical and emotional needs. She offers love, care, and comfort and encourages families to celebrate the life, not mourn the death.
Kathryn is certified as a hospice and pallaiative care nurse and now works in Denver, Colorado for The Denver Hospice.