Dallas, is president and CEO of CMA Food Group LLP, which designs
and constructs facilities for processing refrigerated or frozen
meat, poultry and dairy products. CMA is a new affiliate of Centex
Engineering and Construction.
Tulsa, Okla., was producer and director of the world television
feed of speed skating at the 2002 Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake
City. He also worked as a producer and director at four previous
Olympics, including those at Sydney and Atlanta.
Stuart C. Tentoni
(Ph.D.), Delafield, Wis., received the 2002 Raymond D. Fowler Award,
given annually by the American Psychological Association of Graduate
Students to a psychologist who has made an outstanding contribution
to the professional development of students. He is the coordinator
and training director of counseling and consultation services for
the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Norris Student Health Center.
Marilyn K. St. Clair
(M.Ed.), Weatherford, was given the Weatherford College Faculty
Member of the Year Award for 2001-02 at graduation ceremonies in
May. She is chair of the office systems technology division and
has worked at the college for 24 years.
(’81 M.Ed.), Olathe, Kan., has been working with the government
of the Philippines, through the Asian Productivity Organization
in Tokyo, as it works to integrate quality and productivity principles
used in business and industry into its educational system. He is
considered an expert in that field.
Littleton, Colo., was voted Most Valuable Player for fiscal year
2001 in the cash management group at Avaya’s Business Partner
Care Center in Denver. He was presented with a trip for two to Puerto
Rico for the Avaya awards ceremony.
Albuquerque, N.M., competed for Team USA in the Triathlon World
Championships in Cancun, Mexico, in November.
Tenn., is the high school and junior high school band director at
Jo Byrns School in rural Robertson County, Tenn., near Nashville.
Before teaching, he had a successful performing career, which included
a position as pianist and vocalist for country singer Reba McEntire
from 1985 to 1989.