- American Freedom College is proud to
have many distinguished and successful alumni in consideration
of the size of our institution. Some of our most famous
graduates are listed below.
- Daniel Zeyser (1960)is founder and
President of American Safety Systems. His work making the
industrial work place safer and more productive has led to
higher production across the country. In October, Daniel began a
three month trip to Mexico where he will advise industrial firms
on how to reduce accidents.
- Richard Meyers (1953) after a
brilliant law career was appointed ambassador to Yemen by
President Ronald Reagan.
- Edward Courtway (1901) was appointed
Deputy Post Master General of the United States by President
Hoover in 1929.
- Elsie Granger Smith (1921) co-founded
the National Union for Teachers and Students in 1949.
- Mitchel McKracken (1898) and his
brother Phil (1900) started a small manufacturing firm in
Chicago which later developed the camera control unit (CCU).
This invention allows the video operator to control the color
and brightness balance while taping.
- Harold Barney (1936) served in the
Second World War. After his return, he completed law school and
later became the president of Franklin College of Central
Kentucky. Harold is still very active with the institution and
recently related that Franklin College is now Franklin