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Mr. Clem attended St. John’s Military School for ten years. In 1946 he was the Battalion Commander.
Mr. Clem graduated form the University of Nebraska He received his PhD from American University in 1960. He was the head of the Political Science Department at the University of South Dakota.
Mr. Clem is the author of many scholarly articles and monographs and books.
Ginny was first introduced to SJMS when she brought her son here for school. From that moment on, Ginny was an avid supporter and recruiter. She considered every young man at SJMS her “son” and did everything in her power to make them feel at home.
Ginny volunteered many hours. Helping the Parent Staff Organization, talking to perspective parents and answering their many concerns to giving tours and making the visitors feel right at home where her specialty. Ginny was never shy in helping others and being a friend to everyone. She was always eager to share the “St John’s Story” to anyone that would listen. Her enthusiasm and warm smile was contagious.
Ginny worked as a recruiter from her home in the Colorado area.
1SG William J L Bunting exemplifies the highest ideals and standards of the faculty and staff at SJMS. A combat veteran of Korea and Vietnam, Bunting retired from the Army after 20 years and began his second career at SJMS.
During his 22 year tenure, he served as an ROTC Instructor, TAC Officer, Crack Squad Sponsor and Rifle Team Sponsor. He was also Administrative Asst to commandant LTC Paul H Kellogg. His work ethic leadership and exceptional moral and ethical character fostered a strong loyalty among those with whom he worked. In addition to this, he also participated in countless senior trips, band trips, ski trips, rifle team trips and other activities as needed. For many years he has dressed up in the uniform and whiskers of the Mule—Skinner for school functions.
1SG Bunting’s example of service, devotion and sacrifice for the Cadets set a standard that many aspire to, but few achieve.
Following graduation from SJMS, served as SJMS counselor, teacher and coach for nine years. Mr. Browning is a graduate of Kansas Wesleyan University.
In November 1968, became President of Rocky Mountain Bankcard System, one of the largest credit card processors in the western United States. Mr. Browning served as President and CEO of the Colorado National Bank. He then founded Plus Systems, Inc in 1982, and negotiated the sale to Visa International in 1992. Mr. Browning has held numerous board positions including serving St. John’s Military School, Central States Indemnity Company, Guaranty Bank & Trust and Frontier Airlines.
Jeff graduated from Colorado State University with a BS in Psychology and Philosophy. He received his masters in Philosophy from Baylor and Ph.D. from the University of Colorado.
Jeff has worked as a counselor, Treatment Director and chaplain for the Salvation Army before turning his sights at teaching in college. He currently is a philosophy and history professor at Arapahoe Community College in Colorado.
Attended St. John’s as a junior school cadet from September 1967 through May 1969.
Received a BS degree from Marymount College, Salina.
Chairman of two successful fund drives for Lyman Middle School and Stevens Center. Ties to SJMS date back to his great grandfather who in 1910, built the first hospital building in Salina onthe grounds of St. John’s. The hospital was named St. Barnabas. It later became a dorm, where Mize Hall currently is located.
Chairman of the St. John’s Board of Trustees.
Larry & his wife are known throughout the community for their fabulous fund raising dinners.
Graduate of Kansas University. Associate Professor and Chief of Ophthalmology, College of Veterinary medicine, University of Illinois. Author of 50 scientific articles and book chapters in the field of comparative ophthalmology.
Lieutenant Colonel, USAR, Airborne, Ranger, Special Forces
Mr. Bliss attended St. John’s Military School from 1943 to 1946. He was the Battalion Commander in 1945. After attending SJMS, Mr. Bliss joined the army where he retired as Lt. Colonel.
1968 – 1984 Mr. Bliss was owner/President of two companies involved in photovoltaic systems and devices; international trading and shipping business.
Battalion Commander 1955.
Graduate of University of Colorado; BS Mechanical Engineering, MBA Corporate Finance.
Co-Founder Grubb & Ellis National Real Estate Firm and President of ICD Company/Commercial Office Developers. Currently owns a resort in the Philippines.
Distinguished career in the Air Force.
Developed Applejack’s in Denver. One of the principals in developing Apple Village Shopping Center in Denver.
Served in U S Merchant Marine Cadet Corps WWII; U.S. Marine Corps Korean War.
Graduate of Wichita State University and MA degree from University of Michigan; Medieval and Modern European History teacher and Department Chairman, San Diego Unified School District.
Jefferson was a Second Lieutenant Platoon leader in Alpha Company when he graduated in 1986. He lettered in basketball & track and was instrumental in forming the first cross country team for SJMS.
After graduation, he joined the Army where he was honorably discharged in 1989. He graduated from Chadwick University with a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice and later on from the Police Academy. As a police officer Jefferson gained his certification to teach the DARE program, which he presented to elementary and middle schools instructing kids on the skills necessary to stay away from drugs. Jefferson believes in community service as he is involved with Grand Junction Lions Club, youth basketball coach & serves on a variety of community boards.