TOPEKA, Kansas – Washburn University Junior Catherine Steuart, Topeka, Kansas, and Senior Parker Gallion, Frankfort, Kansas, were crowned Homecoming queen and king during halftime of the Washburn University football game vs. University of Central Oklahoma, Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl, Washburn University on Saturday, Oct. 24.
Steuart is a current member of Delta Gamma women’s fraternity where she has served as vice president of finance and vice president of social standards. Her volunteer work includes the Brewster Place, grocery shopping with senior citizens, Kansas State School for the Blind, the Washburn Big Event, and St. Mathew’s. She is a member of the Washburn Education Association, Student Alumni Association, Panhellenic recruitment counselor team and served the university as a peer educator. Steuart has received honors on the president’s honor roll and is the recipient of the Alumni Association, Sweet Foundation and the Moore Scholarships. She was nominated by Kappa Sigma. Steuart is majoring in elementary education. Her parents are Jim Steuart and Renae Woodland.
Gallion is currently serving as the secretary for Alpha Delta Fraternity. His volunteer work includes American Diabetes Association as a Diabetic Counselor, the Washburn Big Event, Meals on Wheels, Frankfort United Methodist Church, American Cancer Society, Harvesters, and Helping Hands Humane Society. Gallion is a member of Mortar Board, Student Nurses of Washburn, Community of Caring, Student Ambassadors, and has served the university as the summer orientation counselor intern and a resident assistant in Residential Living. He has received honors as a Garvey and Richey Scholarship recipient. Gallion was nominated by Alpha Delta. He is a senior majoring in nursing. His parents are JD and Sheree Gallion.