1998-2006 Commemorative Trees
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- A Commemoration Sugar Maple tree in honor of Dr. Robert Foster is east of the Foster Aquatic Center.
- A Horsechestnut Tree in memory of Jennifer Shaw Suhr is west of Roberta Hall.
- An Ironwood tree in memory of Cassalou Stanton is in the Centennial Garden.
- A Littleleaf Linden in honor of Dr. Kent Porterfield is in the Centennial Garden.
- A Black Maple Tree in memory of Edith Deaver is north of Roberta Hall.
- A Ginkgo Tree in memory of Cory Stanton is near Bearcat Stadium.
- A Littleleaf Linden in honor of Don Beeson is in the Centennial Garden.
- A Littleleaf Linden in honor of Linda Baer is in the Centennial Garden.
- A Littleleaf Linden in honor of Dick and Phyllis Leet is in the Centennial Garden.
- A Whitebud in honor of Mark Hetzler is in the Centennial Garden.
- A Pink Flowering Crabapple tree is in the stadium in memory of Ashley Nally.
- A Tulip Poplar tree in honor of Mrs. Annelle Weymuth is north of the Administration Building.
- A Nuttall Oak tree in honor of Lezlee Johnson is northwest of the Administration Building.
- Two Sugar Maple trees in memory of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ellison are south of Colden Hall.
- An Autumn Brilliance Serviceberry tree in memory of Dr. Alex Ching is north of the McKemy Center for Lifelong Learning.
- A Kousa Dogwood commemorating Delta Zeta is west of the Administration Building.
- A Chinkapin Oak in memory of Father Philip Schuster and Brother Damian Larson is near the Peace Pavilion.
- A Carpathian Walnut tree commemorating the Words of Jesus Ministry is near the Valk Building.
- A Quaking Aspen tree is north of Garrett-Strong in honor of Barry and Claudia Beacom to commemorate their wedding.
- Three Prairiefire Crabapple trees in memory of Maxine Windle are at the corner of North College Drive and the railroad right of way.
- A White Oak in honor of Dr. Johanne Fairchild is in front of the Valk Building.
- A Ginkgo in honor of Dr. Patt Van Dyke is near the library.
- A Shantung Maple in memory of Maximus Tatum, son of Bart and Rachel Tatum, is north of Bearcat Stadium.
- A Shantung Maple in memory of Phil Voge is north of Bearcat Stadium.
- A Red Oak in memory of Governor Mel Carnahan is near the Peace Pavilion.
- An Autumn Blaze Red Maple in honor of Aaron and Erin Fair Shipley is near Wells Hall.
- A Tatarian Maple in memory of Marshal Harper is located across the street from Hudson Hall.
- A Black Maple in honor of Raymond H. Peltz is located on the south side of Brown Hall.
- A Blackgum in memory of Art Harbison is located in the east side of Colden Pond.
- Two Red Pines in memory of Dr. Brenda Gilmour are located north of the B.D. Owens Library.
- A Japanese Tree Lilac and a 'Crimson King' Maple at the Administration Building and a 'Crimson King' Maple at the Mabel Cook Admissions Building have been planted in memory of Rose Pugh.
- Dogwoods in memory of Mrs. Jane Smith, Mrs. Rosella Trimble, and Mrs. Peg Allen were planted in the Dogwood Grove west of the Administration Building.
- A Silver Linden in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Dean and Aleta Hubbard is located in the circle drive west of the Ron Houston Center for the Performing Arts.
- A Shumard Oak in memory of Mr. Larry E. Fuller is located at the site of the new bird sanctuary west of Wellness Services.
- A 'Skyrocket' English Oak in honor of Dr. Arnold D. Lindaman is located on the south side of Brown Hall.
- A Swamp White Oak in memory of Dr. John Hopper is located on the north side of Colden Hall.
- Three Serviceberry trees (1) in memory of Mrs. Allene Wilkinson, (2) in honor of Mr. & Mrs. Jeff and Leanne Hagan Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Jim and Leslie Hagan West and Miss Lindsay Hagan, and (3) in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Don and Mary Jane Hagan are located east of Lamkin Gym.
- A Sugar Maple in memory of Mr. Dwight E. Gates is located south of Martindale gym.
- A Red Horsechestnut in honor of Dr. Gary and Dr. Merry McDonald is located on the north side of Colden Hall.
- A Butternut Grove in memory of Mrs. Zipp Renshaw is located south of Wellness Services
- An American Hophornbeam in memory of Dr. and Mrs. Walter Cronkite is located in the circle drive west of Brown Hall.