The North Texan Online UNT North Texan contents UNT North Texan feature stories UNT North Texan eagle tale UNT  North Texan alumni news UNT North Texan feedback
MoreUNT North Texan time tracksUNT newsUNT North Texan contact usUNT North Texan past issues
class notes

Alumni Items

Class Notes

Friends We'll Miss

Send in your news for Class Notes



Diane B. Cooper
(M.Ed.), Columbus, Ohio, has been named head of the Columbus School for Girls, a college-preparatory day school serving infants through 12th-graders.

Julie Jerome Crimmins
, Kyle, has been appointed executive assistant to the superintendent at Hays CISD. She was formerly director of communications and community relations for the district.

Joan Eckstein, Dallas, is marketing her own art after 20 years of working in the office furniture market. She has been employed by dealerships such as Herman Miller/Milcare and was self-employed with P&E & Associates Inc.

D. Phillip Brown
(M.M.), Carbondale, Ill., associate professor of music at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, was honored for his work and commitment within the arts by the Illinois Arts Council this year. He received a $7,000 fellowship in music composition.

Maria D. Palacios-Gribben (M.Ed.), San Antonio, has earned National Board Certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

Jamie Martin Currie
, New York City, is director of children's ministries at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church on Park Avenue. She and her husband, Rocco Currie, met at UNT.

Keith Morrison, Forney, is head basketball and golf coach at Forney High School and coaches freshman football. He was selected as a Texas High School Coaches Association All-star Basketball Coach last summer.

David W. Slater ('92 M.M.), Pilot Point, married Shannon Cain Wardle ('01) on Nov. 16. David is the president and owner of D.W. Slater Co., a real estate appraisals and consulting firm. Shannon teaches first grade at Pilot Point Elementary School.

Tim Cole
, Montague, is in his third term as district attorney for Archer, Montague and Clay counties. Through December 2002, he had won all of his more than 100 felony cases.

W. Alfred 'Al' Winder II
, Denton, is president of the Denton chapter of the North Texas Exes and controller for Rhino Steel Building Systems in Denton. He married Kimberly Collins ('88) in 1999, and they have two daughters.

Kenny McDougle (Ph.D.), Pittsburg, Kan., was promoted to the rank of professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Pittsburg State University.

Curren William McMahon, Carrollton, has been named defensive coordinator for Richardson High School. He will also coach the linebackers and teach a communications class. He and his wife, Mary Ann Yuzbick, have two boys, Dane, 2, and Chase, 1.


UNT home UNT calendarCampaign North TexasNorth Texas Exesathletics