Meet Your Boys Town Alumni Office Staff & Volunteers

The Alumni Office staff are employees of Boys Town and provide administrative support for the Boys Town National Alumni Association and handle the day-to-day operations of the BTNAA.

tony-jonesAlumni Director  |  Tony Jones, '88

Tony and his wife Simone live in Omaha, Nebraska and are the proud parents of three children.  After graduation Tony attended school at the University of Nebraska-Omaha, worked at a number of different jobs and in 1996 he and Simone were hired as Family-Teachers at Boys Town.  They held that job for 23 years helping hundreds of Boys Town youth to have a better life.  During this time Tony completed his degree in Health and Human Services at Bellevue University.  He brings a wealth of experience to the position of Alumni Director and is looking forward to working to help grow the Alumni Association and bringing new generations of members to the BTNAA.  Tony is a Lifetime Member of the BTNAA.  |  ph: 531-355-1150

gail-page-for-souvenier-program-2015Administrative Assistant  |  Gail Page

Gail has worked for Boys Town and is doing a tremendous job.  She started as a food service specialist in the Great Hall.  When the alumni position became open she took her previous years of administrative experience and was interviewed and selected for the position.  Gail is a familiar voice to many alumni and a friendly face to all who visit the Alumni Office.  She has worked diligently to keep alumni informed and has been instrumental in the significant increase in lifetime membership enrollments.  Gail also provides administrative support services for the Hall of History staff.  She has two children and enjoys working in her yard. 

Office:531-355-1151 | Email:  |


The BTNAA could not operate and do all the things it does without a dedicated cadre of volunteers who give of their time unselfishly to help where needed.


john-mollison-for-souvenier-program-2015John Mollison, '64

John and his wife Cheryl live in Keswick, Virginia.  John retired after 28 1/2 years in the US Air Force at the rank of Colonel and then was Vice President for Human and Physical Resources at Boys Town from 1998 until his retirement in 2008.  He came out of retirement to become the Senior Advisor for Alumni Matters in October of 2008 and retired in August 2019.  John was the driving force behind the creation of the current website and has volunteered to be the webmaster while in retirement.  He is a Lifetime member of the BTNAA and he and Cheryl enjoy traveling.  Phone: 402-650-4135 | Email: 

Newsletter Advisors

We rely on the Newsletter Advisors to suggest stories for the newsletter, review and proof read each edition before it goes out and generally let us know of items of news that might be of interest to our brother and sister alumni.

John Mollison, '64 (See bio above)

stan-strubleStan Struble, '68

Stan Struble brings a wealth of talent as an internationally published writer to the Newsletter Advisory group.  He has four novels published in the United States and several other countries including Spain.  His insight, knowledge of the written word and many years experience as a member of the Boys Town staff, including a stint as the Alumni Director, make him an invaluable member of this volunteer group.  Stan worked for many years in the Boys Town Aftercare department and has a unique understanding of our Boys Town alumni and maintains contact with hundreds of those whom he mentored, counseled and helped over the years.  People still call the alumni office looking for Stan just to say hello and let him know how they are doing.  He was inducted into the BTNAA Hall of History at the 2015 Biennial Convention.  He retired from his work at Boys Town in 2015 and continues to write and teaches college level classes in Omaha.  Stan is a Lifetime Member of the BTNAA.

steve-posterSteve Postert, '69

Steve Postert has been a long serving member of the both the BTNAA and BTNAA Scholarship Fund board of directors as treasurer of both organizations.  He has served as a Newsletter Advisor for many years.  He dedicates many hours of his time in handling the financial matters of both the boards he is a member of and is always ready to lend a helping hand when asked.  Steve recently ended 12 years on the Board of Directors of the BTNAA and his contributions during that time were essential in moving the Association forward.  Steve's review of the draft newsletters is always thorough and on the spot.  During biennial conventions Steve can be found volunteering to help just about everywhere you look--especially at registration.  He also volunteers to help with the refreshment bar on the opening night of the Social.   He is ready to help whenever the call goes out for assistance.  Steve is a Lifetime Member of the BTNAA.

phil-dauterivePhil Dauterive, D'70

Phil Dauterive lives in Gilbert, Arizona. He is an Elementary Teacher for the Gilbert Public Schools.  He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from Iowa State University and holds a Master's Degree in Education Administration from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa.  Phil is passionate about teaching and every year he and his students provide Easter Baskets and Christmas Gifts for homeless and underprivileged children in the area. When asked why this project, he simply states; "Someone did it for me!!" Phil spends his free time golfing and enjoying his family on visits to Des Moines, Iowa.  Phil is a Lifetime Member of the BTNAA.

lisa-mabey-600x800Lisa Morehouse-Mabey, '89

Lisa Mabey has been a tremendous addition to the Newsletter Advisory group and brings years of volunteer work with the BTNAA and BTNAA Scholarship Fund board of directors serving as Secretary for both groups.  She relinquished her duties as Secretary for the BTNAA in 2019.  She is tireless in her work for the BTNAA and brings a fresh new perspective to both the board and the newsletter.  Lisa volunteers at our Biennial Conventions to help with registration and it couldn't get done without her help and support.  She is a professional hair stylist in Omaha and is a dedicated mom to her children.  Lisa can be counted on to volunteer to help with BTNAA efforts wherever and whenever needed.  Lisa is a Lifetime Member of the BTNAA.