Jill Flemington Schutte, '65 BS Elementary Education, was a member of UNLV's first graduating class when the school was formally named the Southern Regional Division of the University of Nevada and popularly known as Nevada Southern. Students were required to spend a year at what is now UNR before graduating. She now substitutes in the Temecula Valley Unified School District, having retired from the Anaheim City Schools after 46 years teaching in K-12 systems in California, Connecticut, Oklahoma, and Virginia. In Oklahoma, where she earned a master's degree in guidance from the University of Central Oklahoma, she also worked as a guidance counselor. In Virginia, she also was an administrator. She volunteers in Rotary, PEO, and at schools as well as at church. Her hobbies include gardening, sewing, reading, travel, and visiting museums, Broadway shows, and historic sites in Europe and America. She and her husband, the Rev. Dr. Jack G. Schutte, celebrated their 55th anniversary in August. The parents of two adult children, they have traveled to every continent except Antarctica. They enjoy reading, studying, and playing games. The couple lives in Murrieta, California.