(Ph.D.), Midland, Mich., professor of business at Northwood University,
was the first recipient of the Samuel R. Marotta Faculty Ethics
Award, which honors integrity and high ethical standards. He has
taught at Northwood University for 37 years.
Debra Wilson Wakeland,
was named president and CEO of the Waxahachie Chamber of Commerce
in September. She was convention and visitors director and vice
president of the chamber before being named to her new position.
She says she would love to hear from old friends at dwakeland
Judy A. Credicott
(M.Ed.), Abilene, joined the Hardin-Simmons University Irvin School
of Education faculty as a visiting instructor this school year.
She had served as an adjunct professor there for two semesters,
supervising student teachers. She has also been an adjunct professor
at McMurry University in Abilene and at Texas State Technical College
Deborah Holman Scales,
Boerne, teaches third grade at Fabra Elementary School in Boerne.
She married David D. Scales, who co-owns an industrial construction
company, in April.
H. Allen Beam Jr.,
Purcellville, Va., has been appointed director of financial reporting
and analysis for the Freedom Forum, a nonpartisan foundation based
in Arlington, Va., that supports free speech and a free press. He
has more than 15 years of financial management and information systems
(Ph.D.), Lubbock, and her husband, Timothy, announce the birth of
their second child, Morgan Elizabeth Daly, on July 28. They also
have a son, Michael, who is 2.
West Liberty, Ohio, was recently hired as the PC/LAN administrator
for Transportation Research Center in East Liberty, Ohio. He is
married and has three children.