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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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Tyler has accepted the boys basketball coaching position at Wilson Central High School. Tyler started his coaching career as a student assistant for the men's basketball team at Freed-Hardeman University.
I have recently married so my name is now Chelsea Garrison O'Dell
July 1, 2015 - Assumed new position as Director, Admissions and Financial Aid at the Tippie College of Business Full-time MBA Program, University of Iowa.
Rhia M. Crawford joined the faculty and staff of Western Piedmont Community College as vice president for Academic Affairs on July 1
Dr. Manor (AA, '71; 3rd year, '72) was named one of eight "Outstanding Teachers for 2014-15" at Harding University in Searcy. He is a professor of Archaeology and Bible and has taught at Harding since 1996. He is married to Sharon (Reynolds, 1970).
My wife Jenni (Thomas) Falkenheim and I are expecting our first child this September.
New Christian Counseling practice opened in downtown Jackson TN inside the Neely House called LifeWorks Resources.
At LifeWorks Resources we believe that we all need help staying focused on the correct heading and that the Bible is our compass for finding that direction. We seek to encourage and challenge one another so that we can improve personally and professionally in ways that are consistent with a Biblical Worldview.
Christian Counseling (in Jackson TN) is a unique service in that the values of the Counselor are revealed at the forefront. We will be flexible and tailor the approaches to meet individual needs and anyone can come for counseling regardless of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, or religion. This means that regardless of your belief LifeWorks Resources Counseling Services can work with you or your family.
Married my husband, David, in a small ceremony on March 31st, 2014, and changed my name from Tippett to LeBlanc.
Recently published third book, "Twig Benders: The Village That Raised Me," a collection of character studies that illustrate how a child forms values from what she observes in the community around her. This fictionalized account of real events pulls out lessons learned about true friendship between old men of different races, how every community needs a dreamer, that even the worst among us have some good in them, that life is not always fair but you have to keep living, and it's better to get part of what you want than to get none of it. Book is available on amazon.com, and at Barnes & Noble, and local bookstores.
Eddie has been hired as the head boys basketball coach in Buford, GA. Prior to accepting this new position, Eddie served as the head basketball coach at Greater Atlanta Christian, where he won seven state titles.
Engagement to Travis Turner - December 25th, 2014
New minister at Leavenworth, Kansas Church of Christ. Also just promoted to Colonel in the Georgia National Guard, where I serve as Joint Forces (State) Chaplain. My wife, Morrisa (1979), is a C.P.A. and a Master of Divinity student at Harding School of Theology.
Just started a small business, startup and non-profit consulting firm - Orry Moody Consulting (orrymoody.com). We outsource business services and product development to keep costs down for small businesses while ensuring high quality through a special bid selection process. I would love to help out any of my fellow alumni if they are starting a business or looking for some help with their on-going business. We are also currently hiring a few account executives to support different regions/specializations in sales/account management. God Bless!
I am a Certified Academic Language Therapist in the Leander, Texas School District. My husband Randy Fenter, is a preacher for a church in Cedar Park, Texas. We have 5 children and eleven grandchildren.
I have been selected as a member of ASCD's Emerging Leaders Class of 2015. This program recognizes and prepares young, promising educators to influence education programs, policy, and practice on both the local and national levels. The 2015 Emerging Leader class is the largest since the program’s inception in 2005 and is diverse both professionally and regionally. The 46 member class includes educators from 21 states, Indonesia, and Pakistan who hold a variety of roles, including principal, teacher, consultant, curriculum director, and administrator. Renee is currently the Principal at Sea Isle Elementary School.
You can see the ASCD Emerging Leader directory at http://www.ascd.org/programs/Emerging-Leaders/Emerging-Leaders-Directory.aspx
Press Release: http://www.ascd.org/news-media/Press-Room/News-Releases/2015-emerging-leaders.asp
Chad Guthrie has been named as principal for Madison Academic Magnet High School.
Guthrie has served as assistant principal at Madison since October of 2010.
Dick Plaster, former student of FHU passed on June 24, 2015. He was born November 29, 1936.
He attended Freed Hardeman College in Tennessee, where he met the love of his life Kay Williams.
After graduating in electrical engineering from New Mexico A & M, his first job was with the Sperry, Utah Engineering firm. In Salt Lake City he worked for over 20 years for the United States Government across multiple divisions helping to develop the electrical panel for the Apache Helicopter and the F15 fighter jets. He later became an Electrical Engineer for McDonnell Aircraft, and a major accomplishment was his proprietary work on the Space Shuttle Gemini.
I now preach for the church of Christ in Matthews, MO
Retired from full time preaching, now work and live in Bentonville, AR working with Benton County Memorial Park Funeral Home, Rogers, AR
Carter James Stewart, born July 13, 2009. Weston James Stewart, born November 26, 2013.
Long-awaited work to restore Old Main on the Freed-Hardeman University campus has begun, according to Executive Vice President Dwayne Wilson.
Freed-Hardeman University representation at Navy Officer Candidate School Graduation in Newport,RI
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