1992 Distinguished Alumni

Aaron Burleson

Aaron Burleson was a Cameron student from 1938 to 1940. He is a retired Air Force colonel and veteran of World War II. He worked with special air mission operations in Washington, D.C., was a commander at Altus Air Force Base and is currently Director of Military Development for the Altus Chamber of Commerce.

Rector Johnson

Rector Johnson of Broken Bow, received a high school diploma and a teachers certificate from Cameron in 1924. He has had a 53-year career in Oklahoma education and was Dean of Oklahoma Public School Superintendents when he retired in 1977.

Robert Johnson

Robert Johnson, a retired Lt. Colonel living in Lake Wylie, South Carolina, received an associate degree in engineering from Cameron in 1941. He was an Air Force pilot during World War II when he became the fourth ranking American flying ace of all time. He has also had careers in aviation sales and flight testing and the insurance and securities business.

Dr. Herbert Orr, Jr.

Dr. Herbert Orr, Jr. received an associate degree in chemistry at Cameron in 1936 and was a battalion surgeon during World War II. He was on the Board of Directors of Doctors Hospital in Tulsa from its inception and is now President of the Founders of Doctors' Hospital Foundation.

Tom Wilson

Tom Wilson received a high school diploma and teachers certificate at Cameron in 1924. He was Supervisor of Maintenance and Construction at the University of Oklahoma before retiring in 1975. He is credited with recruiting 1,000 new members for his church, McFarlin Methodist in Norman.