Boerne, celebrated his 30th anniversary at Frost National Bank and
was promoted to executive vice president of business development.
Forney, is the practice manager for ThinkSparks Enterprise
Solutions Group. Davis previously served as senior manager in the
National Financial Services practice at KPMG Consulting.
(72 M.S.), Brenham, retired Sept. 1 from the Texas Department
of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, Brenham State School. Lather
had served as director of admissions and transitions and was a consulting
Big Spring, received the 2001 Preston E. Harrison Award from the
Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation. The agencys
top award is given to employees who demonstrate creativity, innovation
and efficiency in providing services to staff members and clients.
Moughon joined Big Spring State Hospital in 1988 and was promoted
to his current position of CEO in 1995.
Rebecca Roper Motley
(77 M.Ed., 94 Ph.D.), Garland, has a private practice
in marriage and family therapy in Plano, is a member of the American
Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and served as elections
chair for the Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
She says being the mother of two daughters, Blake and Amanda, is
her most significant accomplishment.
Sandra St. John Currie,
Amarillo, was elected to one of two Texas Medical Association Alliance-dedicated
positions on the board of trustees of the Texas Medical Association
Deborah L. Emerson,
Friendswood, was selected as the Texas Association of Private and
Parochial Schools 3-A Fine Arts Teacher of the Year. Emerson teaches
biology, chemistry and anatomy at Bay Area Christian School in League
City. She serves as the BETA Club sponsor and the TAPPS academic
(79 M.M.), Natchitoches, La., was appointed executive director
of the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts, a state-supported
residential school for academically and artistically gifted high
school juniors and seniors. He had served as the founding dean of
arts and academics for the South Carolina Governors School
for the Arts and Humanities. Betsy
(77), earned a juris doctor degree from the Capital University
Law School last May. Both continue to perform as pianists.
Jean Andrews (Ph.D.),
Austin, received the 2001 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Womens
Chamber of Commerce of Texas, only the third given in the groups
12-year history, and she was named a Legend of Texas
by Sun City. Her book The Pepper Trail: History & Recipes
From Around the World received the Jane Grigson Award for distinguished
scholarship from the International Association of Culinary Professionals
(85 M.Ed.), Detroit, Texas, was recently named superintendent
of Scurry-Rosser ISD. During his career in education, he has spent
seven years teaching and 14 years at the administration level.
(85 M.Ed.), San Antonio, completed all the artwork at the
San Pedro Springs Park project, which was featured in the November/
December 2001 issue of Texas Architect. Robbins is working
on numerous public projects and is a faculty member at Northwest
Vista College in San Antonio.
Bradley D. Giles (85
Denton, is the band director at Collinsville High School.
Corpus Christi, earned a doctorate in educational leadership from
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi in May. He is an adjunct
professor there and serves as a principal with the Corpus Christi
Fort Worth, was elected president of the Arlington Administrators
Association. He is principal of Short Elementary in the Arlington
Aretha L. Livingston,
Fort Worth, was promoted to instructional specialist in the Fort
Worth ISD. Shes been named Teacher of the Year several times
throughout her career.
Rule, is a coach at Rule ISD.