(M.M.), Tampa, Fla., has been awarded the rank
of Professor Emeritus.
He retired last year from the University of South Florida School
of Music after 38 years of service and is an active member of the
L. Brazell Chapman (M.Ed.),
Comanche, has been named project manager for Comanche's Community
Networking Grant, which will help expand residents' access
to technology. She was
a teacher, librarian and technology coordinator for the Comanche
ISD before retiring last year.
Henderson, Nev., was named a 2003 Distinguished Nevadan by the
Board of Regents of the University and Community College System of
Nevada. He chairs the Nevada State College Foundation and is president
and chief executive officer of Nevada State Bank.
S. Vise Pieplow,
El Paso, retired in May after more than 36 years of teaching
elementary students. She says she wanted to leave before she
was carted away.
Susan Keck Smith,
Portland, Ore., was named by President George W. Bush to serve
as a member of the President's Committee on the National
Medal of Science, which determines the medal's recipient.
Smith is director of the Oregon National Primate Research Center
and a professor at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland.
Monterey, Calif., has received renewal of his Certified Fundraising
Executive designation. He is past president of the Monterey Bay
chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and works
as the development director with Hospice Foundation. He is also
secretary of the board of Ariel Theatrical, a children's
theater in Salinas, Calif.
Paul Gibbs and
Shirley S. Gibbs
('68), Mount Vernon, have been named Paul Harris Fellows by the
Mount Vernon Rotary Club. Nat is part owner of Tri County Feed and
serves on the board of directors of the First National Bank of Mount
Vernon. Shirley is a licensed LPC and a professional speaker for
Lou Cook Veal ('77
M.Ed.), Greensboro, N.C., is president of the North Carolina
Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation
and Dance. She just completed a term as chair of the Curriculum
and Instruction Academy of the American Alliance for Health,
Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.
Northampton, Pa., has been named psychiatrist associate on the
staff at Access Services Outpatient Clinic in Orwigsburg. Sholevar
has served as a professor of psychiatry and literature and worked
as an international lecturer on the creative process and the psychology
of arts and artists.
DeSoto, works as the public relations coordinator and program
manager for McDermott Library at the University of Texas at Dallas.
He also serves as the president of the Texas Postal History Society
and chair of the annual Texas Philatelic Exhibition and is a member
of the Sons of the Republic of Texas.
New Paltz, N.Y., is a private piano teacher and a member of the
Two For You piano duo. She is a co-founder of the New Paltz Piano
Fest, a multi-keyboard ensemble festival, and a songwriter, keyboardist
and vocalist for Stained Glass, a contemporary Christian music
group. She would love to hear from former classmates at email@example.com.
Jerald ‘Jerry' E.
Humble, retired in June after 34 years in the education communications
profession. He served the last 22 years as executive assistant
to the superintendent for board and community services for the
Houston, has been practicing law since 1985 in Houston. He was
in private practice before joining the legal staff of the Houston
ISD, where he has been an assistant general counsel for the last
six years. Before receiving his law degree, he earned a master's
degree in environmental management with a concentration in urban
studies and worked for the Alamo Area Council of Governments,
the governor's office and the South Texas Health Systems