Fredrick Lawrence Heine Jr.
Lettered in football, basketball and track.
Football: Was second team all-conference at tackle as a sophomore, and first-team selection as a junior. Served as team captain as a senior.
Basketball: Played as the center, winning all-conference honorable mention honors as a freshman, second team as a sophomore, and first team as a junior and senior. Also was elected the all-conference team captain as a junior and senior, while Baker’s team won the conference.
Track: Won conference championship in the shot put and also placed in the mile relay.
President of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity and a member of the German Club. Served as junior class treasurer, senior class president, president of the B Club, and student commission president.
Received A.B. degree in business administration and mathematics in 1937 and an M.A. degree in education administration from UMKC in 1943.
Taught accounting and mathematics in the Kansas City School District from 1942 to 1955 and served as vice principal and principal from 1956 to 1981.
Elected to the Kansas City, Missouri Board of Education in 1982 and re-elected in 1986. Served as president 1984-86.
Has served as president of the Kiwanis Club, and as a member of Intercity of Independence, Mo.
Received a special award from the Independence Neighborhood Councils in 1985 and a Baker University Alumni Citation in 1986.