Mr. Warren H. Eusan
Oct. 8 1920 - Jun 14, 2014
Warren Harding Eusan, a native of San Antonio, enlisted in the
Army Air Corps after graduating from Wiley College in 1940, with B.
A. Degrees in Sociology and Education.

His selection for advanced training after initial assignment to
Tuskegee Army Air Field sent him to Bryan, Texas, where he
integrated the Base Instrument Command Flying School.  After
graduation, Mr. Eusan returned to Tuskegee teaching instrument
flying until his discharge in 1946.

Mr. Eusan returned to San Antonio, working as a teacher and later
as School Liaison for the Superintendent of the San Antonio
Independent School District.  During his tenure with the school
district, Mr. Eusan earned his Masters of Education degree from
Atlanta University (now Clark Atlanta University) and completed
additional post-grad studies at Our Lady of the Lake University,
Trinity University, and the University of Texas, before retiring after
44 years of service.

Remaining active after “retiring”, Mr. Eusan held positions as
adjunct facility member at St. Philip’s College, and supervisor with
the San Antonio Play-grounds and Recreation Department, San
Antonio Neighborhood Youth Organization (SANYO), and the
Department of Economic Development of San Antonio.

Mr. Eusan received a Wiley College special Alumni Award in
recognition of his continued dedication to the school.