The late Dean Howard, professor emeritus of music, painted watercolors of buildings on Bradley’s campus and many other local structures.
Faculty & Staff
Dr. RICHARD STALLING, professor emeritus of psychology, died in Peoria on June 12. He taught at Bradley from 1969 to 2007 and was chairman of the psychology department for eight years. He held a doctoral degree from the University of Hawaii. He served on the University Senate and helped create the entrance to Bradley. He was active in the Central Illinois Landmark Foundation. His wife Judith and their two daughters survive.
KEVIN CROWLEY ’78, assistant to Bradley’s business manager, died in Peoria on July 29. He was supervisor of Robertson Memorial Field House until 2004. Kevin developed Bradley’s recycling program and also assisted in managing security for Bradley Braves games. He enjoyed sports and golf. Six siblings survive.
DEAN HOWARD, professor emeritus of music, died in Peoria on August 1. He taught at Bradley from 1948 to 1984, and received the Putnam Award for Excellence in Teaching in 1962. A World War II Navy veteran, he held a master’s degree in music from the University of Michigan. He performed in the Peoria Symphony and the Municipal Band, and was a church choir director. He was commissioned to compose a song for the opening of the Peoria Civic Center and had many other compositions published. He was a self-taught watercolorist. Three sons and two grandsons survive.
MARTHA TOLBERT THOMPSON ’29, June 28, Peoria. Martha taught home economics in Pekin and Peoria public schools for more than 43 years, retiring in 1972. She held a master’s degree from Colorado State University. Martha was a member of Sigma Kappa. She was 104. Her stepson survives.
RUTH BELSTERLING MILLER ’37, May 24, Peoria. Ruth served as alumnae province president for Pi Beta Phi. She also was active in PEO and Westminster Presbyterian Church. Three children, three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren survive.
FRED HADDAD ’38, May 20, Hopedale. He was the founder of Haddad’s Market in Peoria and then in West Peoria. Surviving are four children including FRED HADDAD JR. ’60 and STEVE HADDAD ’76, eight grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren.
BARBARA BLAIR BERGIN ’43, June 18, Olympia Fields. Survivors include her husband DANIEL BERGIN ’42, three children, her brother WILLIAM R. BLAIR ’48 and sister PHYLLIS BLAIR MARSHALL ’39, five grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.
DONALD HOLMES ’45, May 1, Washington, D.C. The great-great-great nephew of Lydia Moss Bradley, he taught chemistry and coached wrestling at Bradley for several years. From his World War II and Korean War service in the Marine Corps, he received two Purple Hearts and a Bronze Star. Donald worked in government for the CIA, the Department of Defense, NASA, and the Environmental Protection Agency, where he headed a program to develop techniques for monitoring pollutants. He retired from civil service in 1974, and from the Marine Corps in 1982. Donald then operated a business, repairing and renovating antiques and houses. Survivors include four children, four grandchildren, and
his sister JEAN HOLMES KEITHLEY ’42.
WAYNE RAMP ’47 Ed.D. ’56, March 18, New Albany, Ind. He taught vocational education for 25 years at Southern Illinois University, where there is an endowed scholarship in his name. He served as department chairman and won several awards. In 1956 Wayne taught in Baghdad to establish vocational education in Iraq. A World War II Navy veteran, he enjoyed farming and raising cattle. Survivors include his wife DOROTHY BOWERS RAMP ’54, three children, five grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
LEAH JANE SLOTTER TIPTON ’47, May 9, Orland Park. Jane was a teacher’s assistant and secretary for special services for School District 230. She was active in her church, the historical society, and the library board. Her daughter and two grandchildren survive.
EMILY DANEKAS ZIVNEY ’47, Feb. 13, Sun City, Ariz. She was active in the Minonk United Methodist Church in Illinois. Emily was a member of Sigma Kappa. Survivors include her husband Ray, two children, seven grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren.
JAMES DAYKIN ’48, April 7, Peoria. A longtime Caterpillar employee, Jim helped open plants in Joliet and Belgium, where he and his family lived for 15 years. He was a World War II Army Air Corps veteran and witnessed the Nuremberg trials while in Germany. Jim was a member of Alpha Pi at Bradley. Surviving are his wife Jeanne, three daughters, five grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
EDWARD HEIKEN ’48, June 29, Peoria. He was a teacher, coach, and administrator in the El Paso schools, retiring in 1979 after a 30-year career. He held a master’s degree from Illinois State University. Ed was active in Masonic work, and served as president of Kiwanis in El Paso and Bloomington. He was a member of the Kiwanis Legion of Honor. An avid woodworker, he helped hundreds of kindergarteners build birdhouses. Ed was a World War II veteran. His son survives.
JAMES AUSTIN ’49, May 14, Peoria. As a lieutenant colonel in the Army, he served in World War II, as well as the Korean and Vietnam wars. His engineering skills contributed to the eternal flame memorial at John F. Kennedy’s gravesite. He enjoyed outdoor sports. Surviving are his wife Annabelle, three children including DAVID AUSTIN ’73, six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
DORIS LUNDBERG CHRONIC ’49, April 27, Dunnellon, Fla. She taught kindergarten for more than 10 years. Doris enjoyed reading. Survivors include her husband BRUCE CHRONIC ’51 and their three children.
DONALD MONTGOMERY ’49, May 31, Peoria. He owned Du-Mont Co. and retired in 1987. A World War II Army veteran, he was a deacon in Glen Oak Christian Church and volunteered with Meals on Wheels. Survivors include his wife Dorothy, his son, and a granddaughter.
PATRICIA STEWART REYNOLDS ’49, Feb. 9, Park Ridge. Pat was a member of Pi Beta Phi. Three children, three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren survive.
MARILYN TIERNEY JOHNSON ’49, May 6, Rancho Bernardo, Calif. She was a substitute teacher and later worked in real estate. Marilyn was an active volunteer with Interfaith Community Services. She was a World War II veteran of the WAVES. Four children, nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren survive.
JOSEPH AIMONE ’50, March 31, Pekin. A graduate of the University of Illinois College of Dentistry, he practiced dentistry from 1954 to 1999. He was an active member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. He sang in the Pekin Civic Chorus and the Orpheus Club of Peoria. He was a Navy veteran and also served in the Reserves and the National Guard. Surviving are his wife JoAnn, two children, and two grandchildren.
JOHN AKIN ’50 MA ’51, May 21, Salem, Ore. He was manager of social support services at Oregon State Penitentiary. John helped formulate programs to help inmates succeed after their release. A World War II Navy veteran, he was involved in his church. Survivors include his wife Marjorie, two sons, 11 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren.
ROBERT McCALLUM ’50, May 27, Jacksonville, Fla. He was district manager for the Research Institute of America, retiring in 1979. Earlier he developed an agricultural chemical. A World War II Army veteran, he was a member of Rho Delta at Bradley. He sang with a barbershop quartet from Pekin that won international championships, and also participated in Senior Olympics. Two children, a granddaughter, and his fiancee MARY KUPPER LANDIS ’48 survive.
GERALD McDONOUGH ’50, March 26, Peoria. He retired from Caterpillar in 1996, last working as a corporate travel manager. A World War II Army veteran, he was an active member of St. Thomas Catholic Church. He also was active in Knights of Columbus and in several barbershop quartets. Survivors include his wife Eileen, five children, and six grandchildren.
JOHN OBREN ’50, March 4, Peoria, Ariz. John was an engineer at federal arsenals in Joliet, Rock Island, and in Dover, N.J. He retired as director of quality assurance for the Army Ammunitions and Weapons program. John was active in his church. He was a World War II Army Air Corps veteran. Surviving are his wife Penny, four children, five grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter.
ROLLAND RIEGEL ’50, May 15, Cape Canaveral, Fla. He practiced dentistry in Homewood, Ill., from 1958 to 1989. A bicycle enthusiast, he was a World War II Navy veteran. Rolland was a member of Sigma Phi. Survivors include his wife Dorothy, two children, and six grandchildren.
FRANK KINKADE ’51, May 23, Peoria. He was a commercial artist for Caterpillar for 39 years, retiring in 1990. Frank worked with his wife Phyllis until 2010 at Kinkade Appraisals. A World War II Army veteran, he was an avid gardener. His wife survives, along with three children and nine grandchildren.
PAUL KELLY ’52 MA ’53, May 14, Athens, Ga. A University of Georgia emeritus professor, he taught there from 1967 to 1991. From 1961 to 1967 he was an associate professor at the University of Virginia. Paul held an Ed.D. from Harvard, and was a visiting professor there. He spent a year at Dartmouth as associate director of a national sociology project. A Navy veteran, Paul was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha. Survivors include his wife JANE WOODMAN KELLY ’56, three children, nine grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
MARGARET CROWLEY DENTINO ’53, June 13, Peoria. Marg was assistant activities director at St. Joseph’s Home from 1988 until its closing. She taught kindergarten at Loucks School and was known as Miss Marg on Romper Room in the ’50s. Later she taught etiquette classes at Bergner’s. An active member of St. Thomas Church, she belonged to Pi Beta Phi at Bradley. Survivors include her husband Mike, 10 children, 35 grandchildren, and a great-grandson.
JOAN FATINI MANNING SHINKLE ’54, June 14, Peoria. She was a school bus driver for School District 150 for more than 20 years. Seven children, five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren survive.
DALE WALBRIDGE ’54 MA ’56, March 28, Decatur. Dale had been a real estate agent in Florida.
WALTER ADAMS ’55, May 15, Peoria. He operated Adams Furniture and Ethan Allen Gallery until retiring in 1994. Walter was a Korean War Navy veteran. He played clarinet and sang in his church choir. Two children, five grandchildren, and his sister GLORIA ADAMS LONG ’49 survive.
DALLAS D’HONDT ’55 MA ’59, June 30, Peoria. He worked for the Private Industry Council operated by the City until retiring in 1994. Previously he was a teacher and principal in East Peoria and Washington. Dallas served on the Peoria School District 150 board for 10 years, including a term as president. An Air Force veteran, he was active with the Delta Upsilon alumni group. Survivors include his wife CARYL CORDIS D’HONDT ’56, their son, and two grandsons.
PATRICIA REEVES O’CONNOR ’55, May 28, Wheaton. Pat was a member of Sigma Kappa. Her husband ROBERT O’CONNOR ’53 survives, along with two children, five grandchildren, and a great-grandson.
FRANKLIN SCHLATTER ’55, April 1, Roswell, N.M. An English teacher for 34 years until retiring in 1993, Frank served on the board of the National Council of Teachers of English and edited its newsletter. He was a founder of his state’s Council and held offices in other education organizations. Frank began a local jazz festival and was involved in community theater. He was honored recently for 50 years of service in the Baha’i faith. He was an Army veteran. Surviving are his wife Carole, their son, two grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
JACK GOWER ’56, June 11, Quincy. He had a 34-year career with Moorman Manufacturing Co., retiring as commodity manager. Jack played in Bradley’s 1954 NCAA national championship basketball game and was a member of the Bradley Athletics Hall of Fame. He was president of the Bradley Dad’s board for two years. Also active in his community, Jack was a founder of the Little People’s golf tournament. He was an Air Force veteran and enjoyed outdoor sports. Surviving are his wife Nancy, two sons including JEFFREY GOWER ’79, and two grandsons.
DAVID L. LEWIS ’56, April 23, Wheaton. He enjoyed model trains and working on cars. Survivors include his wife Carol, two daughters, and two grand-children.
C. MIKE McDONOUGH ’56, March 23, Morton. He worked as a hardware consultant and in commercial construction for 50 years, retiring in 1994. He was employed at the Morton Auto Auction until January. Mike was a Korean War Army veteran and was active in VFW Post 5921. His wife Ilona survives, along with two children, four grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter.
JAMES KIRCHNER ’57, June 21, Chicago. He was a vice president and financial adviser with Merrill Lynch. He held a master’s degree from the University of Chicago. James was a member of Theta Chi. Surviving are his wife Emma, four children, and four grandchildren.
KENNETH MUSIAL ’57, April 8, Grayslake. A teacher and track coach at Wendell Phillips High School, he was inducted into the Illinois Coaches Hall of Fame. Ken was a Korean War Army veteran, and enjoyed making model airplanes. Survivors include his wife Norine, two children, eight grandchildren, and his sister CYNTHIA MUSIAL GALLETLY ’60.
HARRY “BUZZ” DINOFFRIA ’58, April 23, Joliet. He was an educator in the public schools, as well as Joliet Junior College. Buzz was an Army veteran. Surviving are his wife Barbara, one son, three stepchildren, and seven grandchildren.
JOHN SHALIKASHVILI ’58 HON ’94, July 23, Steilacoom, Wash. Gen. Shalikashvili was chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff from 1993 to 1997 under President Bill Clinton. Earlier, he was NATO’s supreme allied commander and commander in chief of all U.S. armed forces in Europe. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1997. The following year he was Bradley’s Distinguished Alumnus and also received the Illinois Order of Lincoln Medallion. As a Bradley student, he was involved in ROTC and Theta Chi. The fraternity honored him with a national award in 2009. He held a master’s degree from George Washington University. Survivors include his wife Joan, one son, his brother, and his sister GALE SHALIKASHVILI SEVER ’63. A related story appears on page 3.
JACK ENFIELD ’59, April 30, Marco Island, Fla. He owned LBA Custom Printing before retiring to Florida. Jack was an Army veteran and a 33rd degree Mason. Survivors include his wife Sondra, two daughters, and five grandsons.
JERRY WARREN ’61, Sept. 10, 2010, Thousand Oaks, Calif. Jerry retired from American Airlines as a captain. He was a Vietnam War Air Force veteran. Two children and six grandchildren survive.
FARNUM BOUTON ’63, May 3, Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. He worked in radio advertising for various radio stations. Farney played baseball at Bradley and enjoyed sports memorabilia. A member of Sigma Nu, he was a veteran of the Army Reserves. Surviving are his wife Pola, two children, and three grandsons.
ROBERT FREEMAN ’63 MS ’68, May 9, Austin, Texas. He taught auto mechanics for 36 years in High School District 214, Arlington Heights. He and his wife Diane retired to Florida. She survives, along with three children, three grandchildren, and a great-grandson.
CLARA McCREIGHT ’63, Jan. 29, Sherrard. She was an RN, working as a school nurse in Galesburg and at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. She retired in 1970. Clara enjoyed quilting. Surviving are her children DAVID McCREIGHT ’68 and ELIZABETH McCREIGHT HOUSE ’69, and three step-grandsons.
J. RICHARD PERRY ’63, April 24, Chandler, Ariz. He was a captain in the Air Force until moving his family to Springfield in 1974. He became director of marketing for American Express in New York in 1979. Richard returned to Arizona in 1981, where he was general manager of Lear Data until 2005. A member of Pi Kappa Alpha, he held an MBA from the University of Illinois. Survivors include his wife Carolyn, two children, two stepdaughters, 11 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
GARY BARRY ’64, May 3, Washington. He served in the Peace Corps in Ethiopia for two years after graduation. Gary was an English teacher for more than 35 years in Mission Viejo, Calif. An avid golfer, he enjoyed cooking and attended chef school. Gary was an active volunteer. Two brothers survive.
JACK BROCHMANN ’64, May 26, North Riverside. Jack owned Erecta-Rak Systems. He enjoyed boating and golf. Two children survive.
DONALD DOUGLAS ’64, June 12, Eureka. He was a carpenter and contractor for 30 years, retiring in 1997. Previously he was a supervisor at Caterpillar. A Korean War Marine Corps veteran, he was active in his church in Creve Coeur. Four children survive including GREGORY DOUGLAS, MS ’89, and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
CLYDE “DAN” EATON ’64, April 29, Champaign. In 1972 he joined First National Bank, where he was a vice president and trust officer for more than 20 years. He became director of the Parkland College Foundation and then returned to banking. Dan was president of the Urban League and was active in many local organizations, including Rotary and SCORE. He held a juris doctorate from the University of Illinois College of Law. Surviving are his wife Kris, two sons, and four grandchildren.
RICHARD HERMANN ’64 MBA ’66, May 23, Peoria. He retired in 2004 after a 31-year career with Caterpillar, last serving as inter-company pricing manager in the corporate tax division. A 24-year member of the board of CEFCU, Rich had served as the credit union’s chairman. He was active in the Peoria Apostolic Christian Church, as well as Bradley athletics. Survivors include his wife Marilynn, three children, and four grandchildren.
JIM KOSTAS ’64, March 16, Edwards. An engineer at Caterpillar for 33 years, his name is listed on seven patents. Jim volunteered at Wildlife Prairie Park and enjoyed OLLI classes at Bradley. Three children, three grandsons, and his companion Joan Keemle survive.
ARLENE NELSON ’65, June 19, Boone, Iowa. For 32 years she taught at elementary schools in Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, and Missouri. She was the district coordinator for the gifted program in DeWitt, Iowa. Arlene held a master’s degree from the University of Missouri, Kansas City. She later was an award-winning Avon representative. Two sons, three grandsons, and four great-grandchildren survive.
JAMES STURGES ’65, April 5, Washington. He was assistant chief engineer at Caterpillar’s East Peoria plant before becoming vice president of engineering at Hansvedt Industries in Champaign. He later worked in computer technology for State Farm and RLI. Jim held 12 patents. He was a pilot and built his own planes. His wife Lucretia survives.
WILLIAM CONNELLY, MBA ’67, Nov. 24, 2010, Del Mar, Calif. He was president of Mericon Industries in Peoria. An Army veteran, Bill enjoyed horse racing. Survivors include his wife Eileen, three sons, and a grandson.
RONALD GUMMERSON ’68, May 12, Schaumburg. He was a teacher and track coach at Proviso West, Maine East, and Conant high schools. In 2002 he was inducted into the Illinois Track and Cross Country Coaches Hall of Fame. He was active in his church and the Ronald McDonald House. Survivors include his wife Sheila, seven children, and five grandchildren.
JAMES STALEY ’68, April 22, Peoria. He was an accountant for Chris Hoerr & Son and Scrivner for many years. Jim last worked as a caseworker for the Human Service Center. Two children including REBECCA STALEY WHITMER ’07 survive, along with two grandsons.
CAROL LYNN CRADY MATHIS ’69, April 9, Clayton, Mo. A clinical social worker, she retired from the Missouri Division of Family Services. Survivors include her mother and her companion Charles Darden.
RICHARD L. WARD ’69, Jan. 2, Frederick. He retired as chief engineer at Western Illinois Correctional Center in Mount Sterling. Richard owned and operated Ward Builders for many years. He served in the Marine Corps Reserves. Richard was a founder of the local sheriff’s department auxiliary and Ducks Unlimited. His wife Linda and his father survive.
GLENN BUCHERT, MS ’69 MA ’92, June 1, Toulon. He began teaching science at Toulon High School (now Stark County High School) in 1964. From 1991 to 2009, he was the school’s guidance counselor. Butch was the longtime adviser to the student council. His wife Nancy survives.
A. PAUL CLAMPITT ’69, April 5, Dallas City. Paul worked for Iowa Workforce Development in Burlington. Earlier he taught English and Spanish in Elmwood, Rankin, and Dallas City. He held an MBA from Western Illinois University. Survivors include his wife Nancy, one daughter, and his mother.
LYNN MADSEN SILVER CLOUD ’69, May 27, Fort Collins, Colo. She was a print finisher for Fine Print. She enjoyed nature and painting. Lynn held a master’s degree from Augustana College. Survivors include her husband Jack Schrage and her parents.
CHRISTINA MARIE STOUDT, MA ’69, April 5, Pekin. She taught English and American history at Pekin Community High School and Edison Junior High. Marie had served as president of the teachers’ union; she retired in 2001. She enjoyed travel and was an active volunteer.
DONALD VEIR ’69, April 25, Brentwood, Calif. He worked in information technology at Caterpillar for 32 years, retiring in 1995. Don and his wife Nancy moved to California in 1999. She survives, along with two daughters including JULIA VEIR ’94, and three grandchildren.
RONALD YATES ’69, April 23, Pontiac. He held a doctoral degree from Illinois State University and was superintendent of Pontiac High School District 90 for 19 years. He also was an associate professor at ISU. Earlier he taught in Springfield, was principal of Hillsboro High School, and was superintendent of Ford Central Community District. Ron served as president of the Illinois Association of School Administrators in 1995–96, and headed several local organizations, including the St. James Hospital Foundation. Surviving are his wife JANE SHRADER YATES ’69, two daughters, and four grandchildren.
LAWRENCE FROMAN ’71, April 7, Lincolnwood. A village trustee in Lincolnwood for 10 years, he worked for Ametek in Skokie for 36 years, retiring in 2007 as plant manager. He graduated from the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. Survivors include his wife TERRY SCHUERMANN FROMAN ’72, two children, and his mother.
JOHN DUER ’72, May 10, Arlington Heights. He worked in office supply sales. John enjoyed sailing and was involved in the music ministry of his church. His wife Linda survives, along with four daughters and three grandchildren.
MARIAN CLAY, MME ’73, May 19, Edina, Minn. She taught flute and piano lessons for 50-plus years, including some time at Bradley. Marian played the flute for more than 25 years with the St. Paul Civic Symphony. Earlier she played with the Peoria Municipal Band and the Peoria Symphony. She and her family enjoyed hosting students from Costa Rica. Surviving are her husband Joseph, two sons, and three grandchildren.
VICTORIA McDONOUGH ’74, April 30, Brimfield. She was a teacher and academic adviser at the Academy at Illinois Central College for 20 years, retiring in 2009. Victoria was an active member of St. Joseph Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband Thomas, two children, and a granddaughter.
JAMES McGILL ’75, May 5, North Pekin. Employed by Caterpillar for almost 44 years, he retired in 1996 as plant auditor. Jim was an Army veteran and was active in Masonic work. He held offices in local government and numerous nonprofit organizations. Jim was chairman of the Salvation Army Advisory Board from 1992 to 1995. He served on the Tazewell County Board and was executive director of the Illinois Cast Metals Association for many years. Surviving are his wife Elfriede; children NORMAN McGILL ’83, CHRIS McGILL ’96, and Monica McGill, assistant professor of game design at Bradley; and 10 grandchildren.
JAMES BOYD ’76, June 17, Peoria. He was a CPA for 35 years. Survivors include his wife Janice, four children, and two grandchildren.
CHARLES RAINES ’80, May 4, Wilmington, N.C. Charlie was a lead engineer and project manager with Progress Energy Inc. at the Brunswick County Nuclear facility since 1985. Previously he worked in Virginia for Newport News Industrial, as well as Energy Services Group. Survivors include his wife MARCILYN HEMPEL RAINES ’80 and their two children.
MICHAEL REID ’81, June 29, River Ridge, La. He traveled the country competing in duplicate bridge tournaments. He was active in his church in Peoria and was involved in prison ministry. Mike was a Vietnam War Army veteran.
ANGELA BECKER O’TOOLE ’82, June 4, Crystal Lake. She was a financial manager for Allstate Insurance for 22 years. Angel enjoyed reading and theater. Surviving are her husband Michael and their two children.
KEVIN J. BROWN ’87, April 27, Grayslake. He was a clinical nurse manager at Highland Park Hospital. Previously he worked at Condell Medical Center, Lake Forest Hospital, and the Cancer Treatment Centers of America. Kevin held a master’s degree from National Louis University. He was a member of Sigma Chi. Survivors include his wife BONNIE MICHLIG BROWN ’88, their son, and his parents.
DAVID WATTON JR. ’92, May 17, Waukesha, Wis. He was the manager of Cleveland Pub and Grill in New Berlin. Previously he was CFO at Asset Properties. David held an MBA from Marquette University. An Eagle Scout and veteran of the Army Reserves, he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi. Surviving are his wife Janet and his mother.
TERESA BURKE PHELPS ’97, May 25, Peoria. She worked at Fired Up Pottery. Teresa also enjoyed quilting. She was an active member of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, and was involved with the Civil Air Patrol. Survivors include her daughter, mother, and father CLARE BURKE ’66.
MARTIN REGAN ’98, June 9, Orland Hills. He was a physical education teacher at Palos South Middle School for eight years, as well as the soccer and track coach. Marty was a soccer player at Bradley. Surviving are his wife Kelly, their daughter, his parents, and four brothers including TIM REGAN ’04.