Eula Mae Stovall, professor emeritus of health, physical education and recreation, died Aug. 11 in Amarillo, Texas. She was 87 years old.
Stovall joined the campus community in 1965 and served 24 years. During her service to the campus community, she was chair of the Health Education, Physical Education and Recreation Department and served as acting dean of the School of Human Development and Community Service from 1986-87. She oversaw the use of the Physical Education Building (now Kinesiology and Health Science) during the 1984 Olympics and then-President Ronald Reagan’s visit to campus in 1988.
In addition to her teaching, she was active in the Western Society for Physical Education of College Women and California Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and had served on the executive board of the National Association for Physical Education in Higher Education.