Campus Times
October 15
, 2004

photo by Reina Santa Cruz

After 26 years of service to the University of La Verne, Vera Hoover (left) will retire. She worked in the Registrar’s Office as an academic records analyst. Peggy Purcell worked with Hoover in the Registrar’s Office for 13 years. Hoover was a student at La Verne College and lived in Miller Hall. She came to La Verne as a freshman in 1947 and graduated in 1951. Hoover met her husband Bob Hoover at La Verne and the two were married after graduation. To start her retirement Hoover took a cruise up the Mississippi River, starting in St. Louis and ending in St. Paul, Minn. Hoover’s farewell reception was held Oct. 11 in the President’s Dining Room.

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