Irving, earned his juris doctor degree in December
from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law.
Amarillo, has formed the law firm of Mayfield, Crutcher & Sharpee
LLP in Amarillo. His practice focuses on civil litigation.
Edmond, Okla., was promoted to assistant inspector in charge
of the Midwest division in St. Louis of the U.S. Postal Inspection
San Antonio, who earned his juris doctor degree, practices
in the area of civil rights law and teaches at Texas A&M
University in Corpus Christi. He and his wife, Terri, and
son Christopher J. Gale II, 5, welcomed a second child, Cameron
James Gale, Oct. 19.
Rockwall, recently moved back to the Dallas area. He is vice
president of direct lending for Community Credit Union in
Bedford, is the medical director of laboratory services for
Carter BloodCare in Bedford.
Debbie Krauth, Jonesboro,
Ga., and her husband adopted a baby girl, Carly Jean, from China
Jan. 7. The baby was born Oct. 17, 2001.
Orange, was named director of the Orange Public Library in December.
She began working full time for the library in 1993 as a reference
is one of the founders of ANI Direct Network Security Solutions,
a Dallas-based computer security company. He serves as president
of the company, which also has an office in California.
Tony Brown and Jennifer
('99), St. Louis, Mo., were married June 14, 2002. Tony
is a high school band director and Jennifer is a middle school
band director in the Mehlville school district in St. Louis.
M.B.A.), Fort Worth, has accepted a job as vice president and
head of the trust department of First Command Bank. He and
Jude Hiney Sloter ('93) have
a new baby girl, Caroline Emery. Her
sister, Mollie Kate, is 3.
La Quinta, Calif., is the entertainment anchor for CBS-2 in Palm
Springs. He has adopted twin boys, Robbie and Allen, who are 5
Lake Oswego, Ore., has accepted an offer to become a territory
manager for the state of Oregon with Allergan Inc.,
a specialty pharmaceutical company selling ophthalmology products.
Virginia Beach, Va., a captain in the Marine Corps, was deployed
to the Middle East as the commander of a fleet anti-terrorism
security team platoon. He and his wife, Kelly, a special education
teacher in Norfolk, live in Virginia Beach with their dog, Rudy.
Szucs, Dallas, was named one of Dallas' top
financial planners in the December issue of D Magazine. He
is director of business development for Quest Capital Management,
a financial planning firm in Dallas.
Brian D. Anderson,
Denton, who works for Sovereign Financial, has earned the designation
of Certified Senior Advisor. The training helps
professionals in medicine, insurance, investments and recreation
serve the needs of senior citizens.
Dallas, works with Allstate Insurance as a claims adjuster.
He married Melissa Watson last August.
(M.M.E.), Allen, and doctoral student Julie
were invited to present a session at the 16th International
Kodály Symposium at the University of Newcastle in New
South Wales, Australia, in July. Kathy is
the director of fine arts for the Plano ISD. Julie
is a lecturer at Southern Methodist University.
Jennifer Jones Lividini,
Tuckahoe, N.Y., and her husband, Craig, welcomed their first
son, Michael Joseph, July 17, 2002.
Llano, was promoted to sales manager for Ben E. Keith Beers
in Plano. He was formerly assistant general manager in Llano.
Euless, is the city director for Here's Life
Inner City in Dallas, the urban ministry of Campus Crusade for
Christ. He and his wife, Amy ('93), had their third child,
Sophia Kathryn, in November. Their other daughters are Clara,
4, and Hannah, 2.
A. Goodrum (Ph.D.),
Syracuse, N.Y., assistant professor and interim director of
the master of library science program at Syracuse University,
was published in the fall 2002 issue of Cataloging and
Classification Quarterly. The article will also appear in a book, Works
as Entities for Information Retrieval.
Dallas, has been named director of operations for Castle Hills
Development Corp., developer of the Castle Hills community
Prouty (M.M.), Terre Haute, Ind., was appointed assistant professor
of African and African American studies at Indiana State University.
After receiving his UNT degree in jazz studies, Ken earned
his doctorate in ethnomusicology at the University of Pittsburgh.
He and his wife, Kate ('96 M.M.), a flutist and teacher,
have one daughter, Allison.
Irving, has accepted a position as assistant city attorney
for the city of Arlington.
Brighton, Mass., is designing a line of jewelry made from precious
and semi-precious stones and found objects. Her collection
debuted in April in a show at Stanley Korshak at the Crescent
Thousand Oaks, Calif., has been appointed director of full-time
M.B.A. programs in the Graziadio School of Business
at Pepperdine University.