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"Freed has allowed me to pursue both of my interests in life all in one place. Not many college students get the opportunity to oversee a mission trip to South America with their professors and be published for undergraduate research all in the same year."
Class of 2014 • Majoring In Biochemistry and Bible
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Glenn B. Ramsey and Judy Hickey Ramsey at F-HC in 1960's: Denton and Martha (Edwards) Ramsey at F-HC in 1970's; Myself- Connie Ramsey at F-HC 1985-87; Chad Glenn Ramsey graduated FHU in 1990's and spoke at the open forum just this year - brother to Connie and son of Glenn B. Ramsey. Lauren Hope McHenry to be at FHU this fall 2018- Connie's daughter.
Dr. Kenny Bush was recently featured in U.S. Business Executive as one of the top Labor and Employment attorneys in the US and was also recently recognized as one of the top 40 leading lawyers in Mississippi by the Mississippi Business Journal. Kenny and Cathy live in Starkville MS and are members of the 7th Street Church of Christ in Columbus MS. Kenny is a senior executive at The Yates Companies in Philadelphia MS and Cathy in an RN at the Starkville hospital.
Robert E. Condray, age 78, died of a massive stroke at home September 20, 2016. We were married 36 and a half years. He was survived by myself, one son, two sisters and 18 nieces and nephews.
I was recently elected as the President of the Arkansas Counseling Association. This is the largest professional organization of mental health counselors in the state of Arkansas. My term begins in July 2018.
Dr. Brian Jones was named President/CEO of the SHARE Foundation on November 1, 2017 in El Dorado, AR.
I earned my Master of Education in Educational Leadership with Honors from the University of Central Oklahoma in May 2017 and have been hired as an assistant principal in the Oklahoma City Public Schools system.
My first book has been published. "An Unexpected Legacy" is available on amazon.com and bn.com. I would love for you to all check it out!
Hugh Wayne Hemingway, died May 21, 2017. Born July 9, 1919 in Detroit, MI, he lived 97 years and is survived by 3 children, 5 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. He is predeceased by his bride of 69 years, Annile Chambers Hemingway and grandson, Derek Wayne Hemingway. A 1939 graduate of Freed Hardeman College, he continued his education at Harding College, graduating in 1941 with BS in Chemistry, then in 1960 received his MA in Education Administration from Peabody College. For 75 years he taught Bible, Science and Math. He was a founder, teacher and administrator of Athens Bible School in Athens, AL, Crowley's Ridge Academy in Paragould, AR, Madison Academy in Huntsville, AL and Northland Christian School in Houston, TX. For 20 years he taught public school jr. high school Science in NJ. He was an Elder in Chatham Church of Christ in NJ for many years. He taught Math at Lone Star College system in TX until 2015. His legacy will live in future generations who follow those who knew him.
On May 27, 2017, Gary Carter (class of 2012) and Ashley Hyde (class of 2014) were married in Jackson, Tennessee. They are now living in Tallahassee, Florida.
Gary W. Guthrie preaches for the Kansas Church of Christ in Carbon Hill, AL and teaches at Curry Middle School. Linda Plyler Guthrie (77) is the media specialist at Cordova High School.
My screenplay, No Mercy Rule, won third prize in the Emerging Screenwriters' National Competition. Third place won $4,000 and a number of non-cash prizes.
I am now preaching at the Bloomington Springs Church of Christ in my fourth year. We are around 60 in attendance. Our address is 6120 Hulon Ferrell Road, Bloomington Springs, TN 38545. Services, 10 am and 5 pm Sunday; 6 pm Wednesday. Please anytime.
My husband, Paul D. Gordon, passed away Nov. 26, 2014. We were married 53 years.
Taylor and Katie (Powell) Bell welcomed their first child, Anne Louise Bell on September 6, 2016. Annie is pure joy!
Doug Crosier was inducted into the Franklin High School (Tn) Hall of Fame on January 27, 2017. He served as Principal from 1988-2000.
I married JoAnn Kirby ('68) and we have 2 daughters Ashley and Stephanie. Ashley has our 2 grandsons Kirby (5) and Aidan (2). We live in Memphis. My cell is (901) 409 - 9999. Hope everyone's doing well.
We have moved to 598 Wood Valley Drive, Collierville, TN 38017. Please update your records.
I currently live near Columbus, Ohio. I started a new career teaching at age 47 and am nearing 20 years. I have been recognized as the Ohio Prostart Teacher of Excellence, and my high school tech prep program has been recognized as one of the Elite 50 in the nation. This year my students were awarded $175,000 in scholarships based on their competition performance.
Lives in Jackson, TN, and plans to retire 12/30/2016.
For more about Bob, see www.alifestyleoflight.com. He passed on to Glory on April 19,'16, after our 60th Anniversary (Apr. 7th) at home in Lascassas, TN. He was the most Godly man and the best Bible teacher teacher I have known. We met at FHC, in '54. After working in industry for 13 [years], going on to David Lipscomb for his degree then into ministry, we traveled to more than 60 countries, sharing The Good News. God has truly blessed us, and Bob is now Home, where he had been longing to go. I would like to explain how much we were ONE, but merely written words could never do that.
Peggy (McLemore) Hughey
Dr. C.J. Vires, FHU vice president for academics and provost, presented the Faculty Scholarship-Leadership Medal to Isabel Harris at commencement exercises...
Great work by alumna Molly Plyler! She was interviewed about the new Tennessee Digital Readiness Standards and her role as a facilitator for this Tennessee...
Men's Soccer: Lions add South Gibson midfielder
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