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In this interview, Mr. William Combest talks about his life during the Great Depression. He discusses how he joined up with the Civilian Conservation Corps. He talks about his time at Deer Flat, a camp in Idaho. He also talks about Bell Farm, a camp located in Kentucky. He discusses what his duties were at the camps, and his interactions with other…

Marilee Gabbard is president of EKU Women 1980-1981. A native of Missouri, she is a librarian at EKU, married to Hugh Gabbard and the mother of one son. She talks about EKU Women and the organization's role on campus. She also talks about "women's" groups, the feminist movement and the working woman.

Mrs. Verda Hatch was the co-founder of Faculty Wives in 1955. She is the wife of Alden O. Hatch, former ROTC commander and staff member of EKU. Mrs Hatch has four children and is a retired music teacher. She talks about the beginning of Faculty Wives and the activities of the organization, including President William F. O'Donnell's reaction to the…

Teddy Taylor was born on November 16, 1945 and was raised in Cynthiana, Kentucky. He played football at Eastern from 1966-1969 and was an All-American in his senior year. In this interview he discusses his high school and college football careers, his coaching career, his coaching philosophy, the influences other coaches had on his philosophy, the…

Rick Sang was born in Ohio on September 6, 1958 and moved to Ashland, Kentucky in 1959. He played football here at Eastern from 1976 through 1979 and started coaching here in 1980. In this interview he discusses both his high school and college careers, his coaching career, his coaching philosophies, the influences on his coaching philosophy, the…

Roy Lee Kidd was born in Corbin, KY on December 4, 1931. He was the youngest of seven children. In high school he was an All-State football player and was an All-American at Eastern. In this interview he discusses his playing days in both high school and college, his coaching career, his coaching philosophy, the influences on his coaching…

Joe Spafadino was born in Jersey City, New Jersey on May 31, 1962. Joe was an outstanding offensive lineman for Eastern from 1981-1985. In 1985 he was named to the Kodak All-American team. In this interview he describes his High School and Collection career, offensive line technique, practices at Eastern and how he would like to be remembered.

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Jack Delano Ison was born April 30, 1937 in Flatwoods, Kentucky. He has coached football for 23 years; four on the high school level and nineteen at Eastern Kentucky University. In this interview he discusses his coaching career on both the high school and college levels, his coaching philosophy, his defensive philosophy and the teams he has…

Jack Delano Ison was born April 30, 1937 in Flatwoods, Kentucky. He has coached football for 23 years; four on the high school level and nineteen at Eastern Kentucky University.

Eastern Kentucky University football coach, Roy Lee Kidd talks about the 1979 National Championship season. He identifies key players and games and talks about the community reaction to the winning season.

Teddy Taylor was born on November 16, 1945 and was raised in Cynthiana, Kentucky. He played football at Eastern from 1966-1969 and was an All-American in his senior year. Your Browser does not support the audio tag.

Dr. Fred E. Darling, Athlete, Coach, Professor, Chair. College of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics. Native of Glouster, Ohio. All-American Athlete, successful coach of football and track, dedicated teacher, and innovative administrator. Recipient of prestigious honors including "National Fitness Award" presented by Lyndon B.…
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