ALUMNI “WALL OF HONOR” The West Liberty University Alumni Board of Directors instituted a project in 1990 to demonstrate to current students, visitors, and friends that the college has some very successful graduates. This project, known as the “Alumni Wall of Honor,” is a dramatic way to honor some of the college’s most distinguished alumni and display pride in the accomplishments of its graduates. The concept was suggested by then Associate Professor of Physics Robert W. Schramm, who is a 1958 graduate of the college and a 2002 Alumni Wall of Honor inductee. The Alumni Wall of Honor is housed in the south end of the Union known as the Alumni Lounge.
Nancy S WarmuthInducted 2003
Nancy S. Warmuth attended Southern Seminary and Junior College in Buena Vista, Va., majoring in biology before transferring to WLSC, where she earned a bachelor of science degree in dental hygiene in 1947. She completed post graduate studies at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dentistry through the Postgraduate Education Scholars Association. For several years following graduation from West Liberty, Warmuth worked in private practice for dentists in both Morgantown and Wheeling, W.Va. For most of her career, she served as the dental hygienist with the Marshall County Health Department. In this capacity she supervised the dental clinics and developed a dental health outreach program to serve all elementary students in Marshall County schools, as well as provide special programs and screenings for all students K-12. The program, of which she expresses the most pride in, is now in its 42nd year. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Reynolds Memorial Hospital; the Marshall County Board of Health; the Senior Citizens Board of Directors; current chairperson of the Marshall County Chapter of the National Organization on Disabilities and Consumer Advisory Committee; and the W.Va. Public Health Association. In addition, Warmuth is active in various community and civic groups including the Animal Rescue League Board; the YWCA of Wheeling and the Head Start Program, where she served on the board of directors.