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Steve D. Anisman
, East Longmeadow, Mass., graduated from the University of Vermont College of Medicine in May and will do his residency in internal medicine at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Mass. He was married in September 2000.

Judey Dozeto
, Austin, was hired as associate publisher for Texas Architect, taking over financial responsibilities of the magazine. She is the former marketing director for Omniplan Architects.

Eliseo Villalobos, Jefferson Hills, Pa., completed a fellowship in allergy and clinical immunology and works for a private practice group, Allergic Disease and Asthma Associates, in Pittsburgh.

Richard W. Clark
, Portland, Ore., is the director of mutual fund sales for Jensen Investment Management, a private asset manager.

Brad J. Cruickshank (’98 M.B.A.), River Oaks, works with a real estate investment company, specializing in the acquisition, development and redevelopment of commercial property. He was recently elected to the River Oaks City Council.

Michael W. Parkhill (’99 M.Ed.), Lindsay, and his wife, Monica, celebrated the birth of their second son, Merrick William. Parkhill was also selected to participate in the Liftoff 2001 Program at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston.

Robert W. Chambers
(’96 M.S.), Pilot Point, has worked for Freese and Nichols Inc., an engineering consulting firm, since 1994 and was promoted to environmental compliance discipline leader in January.

Jami L. Dauber (M.M.), New York, is a freelance trumpet player and has performed in Broadway shows. She also plays in the big band DIVA and can be heard on two of its CDs, Leave it to DIVA and I Believe in You.

Tonya N. Mayberry, Dallas, was promoted to assistant director of development at the University of Dallas.

Traci L. Baumgardner
, Pampa, serves in the Peace Corps and will teach secondary science in Cameroon until July 2003.

Michael D. Davis, Atlanta, Ga., earned a law degree from Emory University and is assistant district attorney for the Atlanta Judicial Circuit.

Carla Largin Lowing, Denison, is the program specialist for the Texoma Council of Camp Fire Boys and Girls.

Matthew H. Mailman (D.M.A.), Oklahoma City, has been the director of bands at Oklahoma City University for seven years. He conducts the Wind Philharmonic. Under his direction, the band will perform at the College Band Directors National Association convention in Houston in February.

Timothy M. Risko, Tucson, Ariz., graduated from the University of Texas-Houston Medical School in June and will pursue a residency in internal medicine at the University of Arizona.

Carl J. Russell, Fort Worth, is the branch president of First Bank’s Eagle Ranch office. Russell was named Azle’s Citizen of the Year for 2000 and currently serves as president of the Azle Chamber of Commerce.

John P. Rutland (M.M.), Warrensburg, Mo., a DMA candidate at UNT, has been appointed director of the university symphony and assistant professor of violin and viola at Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg.

Amy Benbow Smith, Falls Church, Va., is the founder, president and CEO of e-Learning Consortium, an e-learning consulting firm serving the association and nonprofit community in the Washington, D.C., area.

Penny S. Young, Fort Worth, married Keith Simmons in May. She is a designer for VLK Architects in Arlington.

Jameson T. Longanecker
(’99 M.S.), Amarillo, is the co-director of Downtown Athletic Club in Amarillo. He was a certified trainer at athletic clubs in the Dallas area for several years.
Dale Michaud, Denton, and his wife, Mary Ellen Michaud (’98 M.Ed.), celebrated the birth of their first child, Grayson Alexander, on Dec. 22. The couple has also launched a new computer programming company, DLM Consulting.

Rosella Reyes Ogrodski (M.Ed.), Anaheim, Calif., is the science content coordinator for NCS Pearson, an education company. She also works as an adjunct professor at Pepperdine University and plans to pursue a doctorate in educational technology.

Joseph M. Szczytowski, Fort Worth, graduated from the UNT Health Science Center at Fort Worth in May and accepted an internal medicine residency position at Scott and White Memorial Hospital in Temple.

Martha L. Rangel
(M.S.), Alvord, is the Southwest region market development manager for supplier diversity and development at Bank of America. She previously served as vice president of economic development at the Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

David W. Ybarra, Swansea, Ill., graduated magna cum laude from the University of Illinois College of Law in May.

Darrin C. Ezell, Austin, launched, a web
solutions provider for businesses, in February 2000. He previously worked with IKON Business Document Services.

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