“This year, the hall will house primarily juniors and seniors, a mix of sophomores and transfer students of all ages on the top four floors,” said Joel Quintong, director of Residential Life. “Most rooms in the hall will be doubles, but there also will be single rooms. The hall’s ground floor will be used for common spaces and staff offices.
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Arleen also had a motherly love for their nieces and nephews. The Stake M Men Gleaner class she taught in Boise, Idaho, grew to well over 100 students. Many thought her Relief Society spiritual living lessons were among the best they had ever heard.
Born August 20, 1937, in Jackson, MI, she was the daughter of Hazel (Wheeler) and Harold Chambers. She married AJ Martindale on November 16, 1956 in Saginaw, MI and he preceded her in death. Surviving Betty are a daughter, Terri Helberg, of Defiance, OH; a grandson, Cory (Nicki) Federspiel, of Fort Wayne, IN; great granddaughters, Kaitlyn, Alyssa and Madison Federspiel, all of Fort Wayne; and a brother, Terry (Helen) Curtis, of St.