Alumni denoted by an asterisk (*) are members of the North Texas Exes
Mikey Cofer, Tacoma, was mentioned in USA Today’s Hot Sites Web Guide and featured in the Seattle Times for her attempt to sell 10,000 tiny plastic huts online to earn a down payment for a real home. She also has T-shirt and photography sales businesses online.
Cheri Durrett, Dallas, and Larry Grimes (’01) were married in San Antonio on Oct. 30.
Morgan Davis, Washington, D.C., works as an independent contractor, performing historical and scholarly research at the National Archives, the Library of Congress and other archival collections. Her work has contributed
to legal decisions, documentary films and
articles. She is also the historian/archivist for an international women’s nonprofit organization.
Jason Kingsley, Aurora, Colo., has been elected president of the International Association of Emergency Managers for Region VIII, which includes Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota.
Marissa Ann Moses, Richardson, and Aaron Bates, who attended UNT in 1997, were married in June 2004.
Lynn Rodriguez, North Richland Hills, graduated in December with a J.D. degree from Texas Wesleyan School
Timothy Duane, Fresno, Calif., joined the Fresno County Sheriff’s Department in February.
Stacey Lawrence, The Colony, has been working as an account executive for Infinity Broadcasting in Dallas since graduating. She works for radio station KJKK 100.3-JACK FM, a new format in the radio industry.
Rafe Stuckey, Pensacola, Fla., is a first lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps. He received his naval aviator designation and “Wings of Gold” after finishing flight school and is undergoing training on the AH-1W (Cobra) helicopter in San Diego. He will be stationed in New River, N.C., before deploying to Iraq. He and his wife, Laurie, were married in March 2003.
Carlos Merrell, Waco, has accepted the position of recreational therapist for the acute psych wards at the Waco Veterans Affairs Medical Center of the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System.
* Abioye Oyewole, Woodbridge, Va., took a job as a program specialist with the U.S. Copyright Office in September and has been admitted to Hofstra University School of Law.
Jennifer Felix, Denton, is the inventory control manager for GlobalTec Solutions LLP in Addison.
Matthew Scott Gieringer and Alicia Gonzalez (’04), Denton, were married Jan 1. They attended the same high school in Round Rock and reconnected during their senior year of college.
* Diedre Rios (M.S.), San Antonio, is a graduate of UNT’s library and information sciences program in Houston and is now reference and instruction librarian at Our Lady of the Lake University.