Robert Kline

BA 1954
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I graduated with a geography major from KU in 1954. I used my knowledge of geography to some advantage as a navigator serving in the USAF for 30 years. Retiring in 1984 as a colonel, I continued to work as a church business administrator until 1994. Now, double retired, I live in my country home named Ivywild, on ten acres of mostly woodland with deer and hundred of birds. My wife, Genie, and I were married while both attending KU, and we are still together after 62 years.
 


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