Nancy (Wehmeyer) Parks

2018 Inductee

About Nancy (Wehmeyer) Parks

Nancy Parks earned a B.S. degree in engineering management in 1989 from Missouri S&T and was a member of the softball program, helping the Miners post the best regular season record in the MIAA. She was a four-year lettterwinner in the program from 1986-89.

In the 1988 season, Parks batted .255 in 98 at-bats with a home run, 10 runs batted in and 10 stolen bases, then posted a .293 batting average the following season when the Miners finished third in the MIAA Tournament. She drove in 11 runs and scored 22 times in the 1989 campaign.

Following graduation, Parks worked as a production supervisor for Hallmark Cards in Kansas City, Mo., then spent three years with Lockheed Aeromod Center in Tucson, Ariz., as a human resources associate. Her professional career continued with Burr Brown Inc.,, now known as Texas Instruments, in Tucson, before …

Since 2007, Parks has worked as a personal trainer and fitness manager for various athletic clubs in Texas, while also spending three years in Fernie, British Columbia working as a boot camp coach and personal trainer. Currently, Parks is a group exercise coordinator at Christus Good Shepherd Institute for Healthy Living in Longview, Texas.

Parks and her husband, Todd, a 1991 mining engineering graduate of Missouri S&T and football player in the Miner program, have been married for 27 years and have two sons, Cody (20) and Brett (17).