b'R E M E M B E R I N GK A R LS I E G F R I E DS ince 1929, cowboys and cow- because he loved teaching and OrmeChair, Orientation Planner/Organizer, girls (as well as wannabe cow- provided an environment where goodHead Math Geek. I know he also served boys and cowgirls) have beenteachers really thrived. Comparativelymany years on the Disciplinary Board - I drawn to Orme by the allure of ridingspeaking, Orme had a small student en- am sure just to know what his kids horses across the western landscape,rollment which let him really focus onwere always up to!branding cattle, and barrel racing. To- helping students, not only academicallyWhen looking for ways to honor Karls days students are no different. Theybut to grow into thoughtful and respect- life and legacy, his daughter Melissa and come from around the world to embraceful human beings.He was never tooher husband Weston looked back on the Southwestern pull of Orme.busy to sit and have a chat, or patientlyKarls passions and his time at Orme. This past January, long-time facultyexplain Calculus, or just say hi. In quot- Melissa explained, He was his best per-member, coach and mentor Karl Sieg- ing my 1999 yearbook: Karl Siegfried:son while teaching there. And being the fried passed away. His daughter MelissaMath Department Chair, Varsity Tracksmall community Orme is, we thought it (who grew up on campus) described hisCoach, Strength Coach, Duty Coordina- a great way to honor him at a place that time at Orme, I believe Karl loved Ormetor, Faces Book Editor, SIP Committeewill remember what a great person and 30'