Dallas, is the senior pastor of Suncreek United Methodist Church in
Allen. Before joining Suncreek, Baskin had been senior pastor at Greenland
Hills United Methodist Church in Dallas since 1994.
Robert W. Hotes
(Ph.D.), Springfield, Ill., was named executive director of the
American College of Counselors, a national professional organization.
He is also an adjunct faculty member of St. Martins College
and Seminary, a psychotherapist and an ordained Anglican and Lutheran
(94 M.J.), Carrollton, was a featured speaker at the 10th
annual Ragan Corporate Communications conference in Chicago. Barry
serves as the editor of the employee newsletter for Alcatel USA.
She and her husband, Jim, celebrated the birth of their second son,
Christopher, in September 2000.
Gregory A. Dufour
(M.B.A.), Franklin, Mass., joined the Camden National Corp. as senior
vice president of finance. He began his banking career in 1987 as
a credit analyst with the Merrill Trust Co.
Argyle, is the athletic director for Calvary Preparatory Academy
(M.B.A.), Dallas, is the business development director for the Southwest
region at BDO Seidman.
(M.M.E.), Haslet, was named the first director of fine arts for
the Mansfield ISD. For the past six years, Tierce has been the head
band director at Fossil Ridge High School in the Keller district.
New Home, is the superintendent for Abernathy ISD. For the past
two years he has served as superintendent of New Home ISD.
Richard A. Beck
(M.M.), Corpus Christi, is the associate vice president for academic
affairs at Angelo State University. He previously served as director
of the Teaching and Learning Center at Del Mar College.
Arlington, was promoted to regional vice president for Choice Homes,
covering the greater Atlanta, Ga., area. He started with the company
in sales in 1996. He and his family plan to relocate to Georgia.
(85 M.S.), Richardson, was appointed to the City Plan Commission
by the Richardson City Council. He previously chaired the citys
Sign Control Board.
(91 M.B.A.), Southlake, was named executive director of the
1394 Trade Association, an organization dedicated to the advancement
of the 1394/FireWire/I.Link standard.
Julie L. Born,
Coshocton, Ohio, was appointed materials manager for Sika Automotives
Grandview, Mo., facility. Born previously worked for Lancaster Colony
(M.Ed.), Mansfield, is the principal of Bowie High School in the
Arlington ISD. He began his career in 1982 as a history teacher
and coach at Rogers Middle School in San Antonio. He is also involved
with Arlingtons Cornerstone Baptist Church inmate outreach
J. Michaelle Hose
(M.B.A.), Carrollton, was promoted to vice president of solutions
engineering at viaLink, a Dallas-based provider of e-commerce services
to the retail food industry.
(M.B.A.), Dallas, was appointed senior vice president of finance
and chief financial officer of Tumbleweed Communications, a leading
provider of messaging software.
Madrid, Spain, will represent the U.S. Air Force at the Spanish
Air Force Command and Staff College.
John F. Garcia Jr.,
Dallas, is the Dallas-Fort Worth regional theater critic for the
web site www.talkinbroadway.
com. He appeared in the Texas/Southwest premiere of A New
Brain and in Pageant.
(M.A.), Fort Worth, serves as an adjunct professor of English at
Tarrant County Colleges Southeast Campus in Arlington.