Alumni denoted by an asterisk (*) are members of the North Texas Exes
Randy Noblitt ('73 M.S., '78 Ph.D.), Marina del Rey, Calif.,
is director of the clinical doctor of psychology program of the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in Los Angeles. He has been
a practicing clinical psychologist in the U.S. Air Force since 1978 and in civilian practice in Dallas since 1983. He and his wife, Pam, who have two children and four grandchildren, recently celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary.
Stephen Del Regno ('78 M.S.), Tokyo, Japan, is managing director of the Asia region
for Chevron International Gas. He leads commercial and market development for liquefied natural gas projects, including the Bontang LNG plant in Indonesia and the Gorgon LNG project in Australia. He has been in Tokyo for the past seven years and had previous assignments in Saudi Arabia, Houston and San Francisco.
Carolyn Hibbard, Sherman, married Chris Sommerfeldt in July in Sherman.
Larry Crist ('79 M.S.), Salt Lake City, Utah, has accepted the position of Utah field supervisor for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. He has resided in Utah since 1978, working on a variety of local, national and international issues and projects for private industry and government.
Steven M. Ladik, Dallas, joined Berry, Appleman and Leiden LLP as managing partner in its new Dallas office. He is an immigration attorney with multinational clients and has developed a national practice representing professional athletes in immigration matters.
Gary Russell (M.Ed.), Hurst, became the coordinator of guidance and counseling for the Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD in 2005 after serving as a counselor at L.D. Bell High School since 1994. He was a counselor at Euless Junior High from 1983 to 1994. He received his master's degree while teaching math at L.D. Bell.
Amira De La Garza, Phoenix, Ariz., is acting director and developer of the new North American Center for Transborder Studies, which launched in February at Arizona State University. She wrote the book Maria Speaks in 2004 and says she is looking forward to working on more book projects. She attended North Texas under her previous name, Maria Christina "Christy" Gonzalez.
Jay Gosdin (M.Ed.), Bedford, joined EDS in December 2006 as a senior supply chain specialist. He negotiates and writes contracts for training, printing and other administrative services categories and maintains vendor relationships.
Lucy Goodrich Caswell Papillon (Ph.D.), Beverly Hills, Calif., was one of the presenters chosen for
a conference titled "Creativity and Madness," held this February in Santa Fe. She debuted the revised edition of her book, When Hope Can Kill: How Hope Keeps You With the Wrong Person — Reclaim Your Soul for the Right Person.
Beverly Peters, Garland, has been the designer and production specialist for Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings, Baylor Health Care System's peer-reviewed medical journal, for 20 years. The journal was named "Best of Show" for printed publications in the 2006-07 competition sponsored by the Lone Star Community of the Society for Technical Communication. Beverly, who has a master's degree in biomedical communications, is also a certified science editor. She and her husband, Bob Cummings, have been married for 17 years.