Reginald Bullard, Baytown, received an M.S. in business administration from Kennedy Western University in Agoura Hills, Calif., in 2004. He is a psychiatry sales specialist for Alamo Pharmaceuticals.
Jack Wagner, West Chester, Pa., has been named principal of the Vanguard Group, a mutual fund firm with headquarters in Valley Forge. He joined the company in 1994 as a manager in the institutional participant education area.
Shirley Moxley, Fort Worth, graduated in December from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. She received two master of arts degrees, one in marriage and family counseling and one in Christian education.
Lori Ryan Zitzelberger, Richardson, and her husband, Terry ('95), celebrated the birth of their first
child, Bella Grace, in December.
Roman Flute, Corinth, is the founder of F Media, a multimedia development company. His wife, Suzy Graves Flute ('92), is the director of finance and planning. Her background prior to this move was in marketing and purchasing.
Omar Khan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is the business development manager for a U.S. human resources consulting firm. His family will be relocating to Bangkok, Thailand, in July.
Elizabeth Black Berry (M.S.), Houston, is an attorney and the manager of information resources, professional development and audit inquiries at Weil, Gotshal and Manges LLP. She is serving on the arrangements committee for the 2005 American Association of Law Libraries meeting in San Antonio in July.
Kristine Harris (M.M.), Cleveland, Ga., has been promoted to associate professor of music and chair of the division of music and fine arts at Truett-McConnell College.
Ann Gilmore Jenkins (M.S.), Houston, co-founded Accessible Web Design LLC last year, a firm that focuses on web design, consulting and training. In November her team took top honors at an accessible web design competition (Accessible Internet Rally-Houston). She received her doctorate
in education with an emphasis in instructional technology from the University of Houston
Lynn Lane, Astoria, N.Y., is the owner of the film production company Coal River Pictures. In January it wrapped up shooting on Ring Days, a boxing documentary that includes fighters Joe Frazier, Marvin Hagler and Sugar Ray Leonard and celebrities Tony Danza and Jackie Mason.
Jill Miels (Ph.D.), Muncie, Ind., has been elected chair of elementary education at Ball State University. The department is the largest on the campus with 1,750 undergraduates and 450 graduate students. She says thanks to UNT "for the marvelous doctoral program experiences."
David B. Robins (M.S., '98 Ph.D.), Kent, Ohio, joined the faculty in the information architecture and knowledge management program at Kent State University in Fall 2004.
Roger Steltzlen, Allen, is employed by Jefferson Wells Inc. and was promoted to director of internal controls for the Fort Worth office.
Craig Voth and Sharon Johnson Voth ('02), The Colony, celebrated the birth of their daughter, Cooper Elaine, in December. Craig is a district manager for Wells Fargo Financial. Sharon recently graduated from culinary school and will spend time away from work raising Cooper.
Christopher Goggin, Dallas, was named an associate by the Dallas office of Gensler Architecture, Design & Planning Worldwide. He joined Gensler in 1998. His clients include Azure Condominium Towers, Deloitte & Touche, EADS Telecom,
Stinnett Thiebaud & Remington, and Westwood Holdings.
Jessica Moore ('97 M.S.), Denton, has accepted a position as assistant professor of communication studies at North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
Julie Westerman Stovall, Houston, was promoted to web services supervisor with Core Laboratories in Houston. She is married to Michael Stovall, who attended UNT from 1990 to 1995, and they have two boys, Chance, 9, and Collin, 4.
Scott Vinci, Los Angeles, appeared on ABC-TV's drama Alias Feb. 23.
Lisa L. Rollins, LaVergne, Tenn., received an Award of Excellence from District III of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education for her media relations project titled "National Youth Sports Program." She works in news and public affairs at Middle Tennessee State University.
Brian Tankersley, Woodway, has been hired by Prime Retail Inc., a division of the Lightstone Group, as national outdoor advertising coordinator.
He will be based in Hillsboro with activities nationwide.
Charles A. Frazier, Anna, and his wife, Niccole, are proud to announce the birth of their son, Roman Charles. He was born in January in Allen and was also welcomed by his sister, Madilyn.
Thom Williams, North Hollywood, Calif., who attended UNT from 1992 to 1997, appeared as a terrorist on the season premiere of the Fox television drama 24.
The stuntman/actor has also finished the films Bewitched and The
Longest Yard and the
television series Grey's Anatomy.
Cathy Bedenbaugh, St. Louis, is a textile designer for May Co., parent company of Foley's, based in St. Louis.
Craig M. Brown, Denton, assistant golf professional at the Denton Country Club, received two 2004 Assistant Golf Professional of the Year awards from the Northern Texas Professional Golfers Association, one from the Metro Chapter and one from the Northern Texas Section. He has been with the Denton Country Club since 1995. At UNT he played on the Mean Green football team.
Phillip Draper, Streetman, self-employed and a volunteer fire-
fighter with the Southern Oaks Volunteer Fire Department, suffered a broken back in a fire truck accident while responding to an emergency call in March. The fire department has set up a fund at the First National Bank in Fairfield to help him pay bills during his recovery. You can contact him at
Krista Villarreal (M.B.A.), Wexford, Pa., former weekend meteorologist at KXAS NBC 5 in Dallas-Fort Worth, has accepted a position as weekday meteorologist
at WPXI/NBC 11 in Pittsburgh.
Catrina Dillenburg, Aubrey, married Thomas Griffin in October. She has worked at SBC Services Inc. in Dallas as an implementation manager since shortly after she graduated and has been taking graduate classes at the University of Dallas in telecommunications management.
Patrick Finley and Kelly Edmunds Finley ('00, '01), McKinney, welcomed a son, Corbin Patrick, in May 2004. Patrick is a police officer in Frisco and Kelly is an art teacher in McKinney.
Tony Gates, Mansfield, and his wife, Brandi, have a new addition to their family -- son Landon Anthony was born in November.
Melinda Ferro Rahlfs, Amarillo, is an attorney at Sprouse Shrader Smith PC, where she practices in employment and labor law and handles insurance defense and general civil litigation. She served on the board of editors for the Texas Tech Law Review before earning her J.D. degree cum laude from Texas Tech School of Law in May 2003. She married Jason D. Rahlfs in May 2004.
Jason Skipper, Kalamazoo, Mich., was awarded the Crab Orchard Review's 2004 Jack Dyer Fiction Award for his short story "Tangled in the Ropes." The story appeared in the Review's winter/spring 2005 issue.