CoMo You Know: People
Chris Gervino has been a sports director at KOMU since 2000.
Father Augustine Tolton was born in Missouri and was the first black Catholic priest in the United States.
Don Faurot is a former MU football player, coach and influential figure for which Faurot Field, MU's football field, is named.
Dave Yost is a coach for the Missouri Tigers football team. He is the team’s offensive coordinator, quarterbacks coach, placekicker coach and recruiting coordinator.
Dr. Chris Belcher has worked in the education field for 28 years in various teaching and administrative positions.
World War II veteran Ralph Kalberloh recalls his experience as a prisoner of war in Germany almost 70 years ago.
John William "Blind" Boone, who died in 1927, was a famous ragtime pianist who became one of the first African-American musicians to be recorded by the QRS piano roll company.
Dan Devine served as head football coach for Arizona State University, the University of Missouri, the NFL's Green Bay Packers and the University of Notre Dame. Devine was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1985.
Muriel Battle, who died in 2003, was known as a pioneer in education and equality in Columbia. A new high school will bear her name.
Eliot Battle was an educator in Columbia for nearly 40 years and worked to end segregation.
Timothy Wolfe will become the 23rd president of the University of Missouri System when he takes office Feb. 15, 2012.
Frederick vom Saal is known for his work studying the effects of natural and synthetic hormones on the body, specifically Bisphenol A or BPA.