E. Anne Shelander Easterling,
Austin, earned the Certified Association Executive designation from
the American Society of Association Executives. Easterling is the
executive director of the Texas Recreational Vehicle Association.
Prior to joining TRVA, she directed education and communication
programs for the Texas Physical Therapy Association and Texas Society
of Professional Engineers.
Gainesville, recently opened Miss Olivias, a bed and breakfast
in Gainesville. Hertel is also the owner of I Do Special
Events, a catering and special event planning company.
Addison, received the 2001 L.P. Cookingham Award for Career Development
from the International City/County Management Association. The award
recognizes his 30 years of dedication to career development and
mentoring. Whitehead has held several city positions and has been
the city manager of Addison since 1982.
(Ed.D.), Mount Vernon, Ky., received the American Society of Clinical
Pathologists 2001 Associate Member Lifetime Achievement Award
at the ASCP/ College of American Pathologists annual meeting in
October. She was honored for her commitment to laboratory medicine.
Dallas, was selected to participate in an executive leadership class
sponsored by the College and University Professional Association
for Human Resources. She has been the director of human resources
at Collin County Community College since its inception in 1985.
Corvallis, Ore., completed 20 years of ministry with Circle Church
of Christ in Corvallis, Ore. He was honored by Cascade College for
excellence in ministry, dedication to Northwest churches and commitment
to expository preaching.
Cheri L. White
(87 M.B.A.), Cleburne, is a senior vice president at Coldwell
Banker Commercial D/FW, where she specializes in selling office
buildings and shopping centers.
John W. Girvan,
Austin, is the chief audit executive at Advanced Micro Devices in
(84 M.M.), Nutley, N.J., completed a 42-city tour last summer
with Rod Stewart in the United States and Canada as a featured saxophonist.
When Raymonde was at North Texas, he played lead alto sax in the
Two OClock Lab Band.
Clark Williams Jr.
(M.A.), Nashville, Tenn., was named director of information technology
services for the division of student life at Vanderbilt University,
where he has worked since graduating from North Texas. Brucelings
from 1980 to 1983 are invited to send him e-mail at f.clark.williams@
Joseph A. Schmitz,
Lindsay, retired as a lieutenant commander of the supply corps in
the U.S. Navy after serving as the business operations director
of the rolling airframe missile/PHALANX program office at Naval
Sea Systems Command in Arlington, Va. Schmitz now works for Tierra
Co. LLC in Gainesville as a real estate appraisal trainee.
S. Diane Paterson
(M.L.S.), Seguin, is a second-grade teacher at First Baptist Christian
School in Seguin.
Lori L. Smith Dorothy,
Valley Ranch, is an account manager for Oracle Corp., where she
recently received the Rookie of the Year award for her
sales accomplishments. She has worked for the software company for
the past five years. She is married to Jay
Dorothy, who was a Sigma Nu at UNT and is now an American
Airlines pilot as well as an instructor pilot in the Air Force Reserves.
Everett, Wash., is a Navy petty officer third class and serves on
the USS Abraham Lincoln, which is based at Naval Station Everett,
Wash. He is a photographer who records and disseminates command
mission photographs. He recently returned after a deployment to
the Western Pacific. The crew enforced United Nations sanctions
in the Persian Gulf.
Lavon, is a senior experience design consultant at Sapient in Dallas.
She has received numerous awards, including the 1999 Gold @d:Tech
award for Best Business-to-Business Web Campaign, the 1999 WebAward
for Outstanding Web Site, the 1998 Bronze @d: Tech Award for Best
Direct Marketing Web Site and the 1997 WebAward for Outstanding
Web Site from the Web Marketing Association.