(84 M.B.A.), Sammamish, Wash., is relocating to the Dallas
area to accept a position as the assistant administrator of investments
for the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System.
(85 M.A.), Shawnee, Okla., won the Hadsell Award for excellence
in research from the University of Oklahoma Department of English,
where he is pursuing a doctoral degree in composition, rhetoric
and literacy. He has taught English and Spanish at Oklahoma Baptist
University since 1997.
San Antonio, and his wife, Nancy, have adopted their second child
from South Korea. Steven, who arrived last year at 4 1/2 months
old, joins 4-year-old Michael.
Hoffman Estates, Ill., lives near Chicago and is actively involved
in musical theater and performing. He says hed love to hear
from anyone from the old gang (firstname.lastname@example.org).
(M.S.), Coppell, was promoted to vice president of finance at Southwest
Airlines and continues to serve as treasurer. Wright joined Southwest
(M.B.A.), Denton, was promoted to Houston president for Comerica
Bank-Texas. He has been with the company for 12 years and has served
on the banks executive team since 1997.
D. Thompson, Georgetown, president of LeaseBanc, has been
involved in volunteer work in Honduras since 1991. In 1999 he and
his wife founded Special Missions, an Internet-based nonprofit organization
focusing on health, education and community projects in Honduras.
C. Hartung (M.B.A.), Garland, was promoted to vice president
of Security Bank. He joined the company in 1999 as a senior credit
(91 M.B.A., 97 Ph.D.), Lowell, Mass., was named one
of the Top 25 Women on the Web by the San Francisco Women on the
Web. Bradley is the director of AvidProNet, a web site for media
Monument, Colo., is vice president of sales and partner development
for TeamShare Inc., a software company specializing in the development
of web-based workflow management tools.
Plantation, Fla., is employed as a software engineer and is the
founder of The Lemon Club, a dot-com company that publishes apartment
ratings based on tenants experiences.
Catherine R. Fowler,
Burbank, Calif., was promoted to vice president of sales at Konami
of America. She joined Konami in 1999 after working at Mattel Media
for four years.
Nampa, Idaho, and his wife, Christy, celebrated the birth of their
second daughter, Syaira Christine Gilliam, on Feb. 27.
(91 M.S.), Garland, and his wife celebrated the birth of their
first child, Presley Glynn Field, on Dec. 30. Field has served as
president of Charity Sports Distributor Inc., specializing in sports
autographs and custom framing, since August 2000.
Silver Spring, Md., earned a doctorate in political science from
Ohio State University in December.
Flower Mound, has been hired by American Airlines as a pilot
her dream job, she says. She began her training with American in
(M.Ed.), Irving, is the director for the North Lake Community Center
for Writers at North Lake College in Irving. His drama Two to
Waken Him, based on the life and death of Deitrich Bonhoeffer,
was performed during the RTC Playwrights Festival in California.
Ernest J. Kramer
(Ph.D.), Maryville, Mo., is an associate professor of music at Northwest
Missouri State University. His book of piano solos, Romancing
the Keys, has been published by Willis Music Co. The collection
is Kramers third in the last four years.
Virginia Beach, Va., married Harold Joseph Box Jr. on May 5. She
is a corporate loss prevention/safety manager with the Navy Exchange
Service Command in Virginia Beach.