Robin Dauterive, Newton, Mass., is a hospitalist in internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital and instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Christopher Ehrlich, Sylva, N.C., is working at Pollocksville Baptist Church in Pollocksville, N.C.
Cindy LaFleur-Coleman, Lubbock, Texas, is the office manager for Mayfield Atlas Van Lines in Lubbock, Texas.
Troy Morgan, Carson City, N.V., has a new position with Universal Analyzers in Carson City as its product development manager. This is a manufacturer of sample probes and sample conditioning panels for Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems. These systems monitor Nox, Sox, Cox, NH3 and O2 concentrations from combustion processes.
Mark Carleton, Rome, Ga., has been named head of the Upper Class at Darlington School in Atlanta.
Warren Clifton, Shreveport, La., is an account manager at Magee Resources and serves as youth director St. Luke’s UMC.
David Hesser, Alexandria, La., is employed at Middleton & Hesser, L.L.P., a four-attorney firm practicing family law and offshore accidents (www.middletonhesser.com). David was the speaker at the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals 2005 Forum in Atlanta discussing team mediation. He will also speak at the LSU Family Law Seminar 2006 discussing interim spousal support.
Dominic Konieczki, Lehigh Acres, Fla., is a corporal deputy sheriff with the Lee County sheriff’s office in Fort Myers, Fla. He has been there for eight years after finishing his eight-year career in the minor league.
Laura Stuart-Solorzano, San Antonio, Texas, is the children’s ministry director at Travis Park United Methodist Church. She has two children: Alana, 5 and Jaden, 3.
Chase Waites, Montgomery, Texas, is an assistant professor of drama at Montgomery College in the North Harris Montgomery Community District, Houston. He is teaching, designing, directing and creating a technical theatre of study.
Stephanie McIntosh Bernstein, Carrollton, Texas, is a JPI cash analyst.
Erin Harris Bremmer, Holly Lake Ranch, Texas, completed her M.Ed. from West Texas A&M University. She is working at Harmony ISD, located north of Tyler, Texas, where she is the lead educational diagnostician for the school district.
Scott Butcher, Schertz, Texas, works for Warm Springs Rehabilitation System. Scott is the corporate director of managed care where he negotiates all managed care agreements for Warm Springs, which includes three hospitals and six outpatient clinics.
Scott Durbin, New Orleans, La., reports that Imagination Movers just signed a deal with Disney.
Michael Fuller, Orlando, Fla., is an assistant principal.
Mark Gragg, Fort Worth, Texas, works for a $4B hedge fund named Q Investments in Fort Worth. He has been with the organization for about six years.
Leeth Harper, Rogers, Ark., is a practicing veterinarian at Village Animal Hospital in Bella Vista, Ark.
Stacy Heckman, Humble, Texas, is teaching first grade at Humble ISD. Stacy has been teaching for 14 years and hopes to finish her master’s degree within the next year. Stacy has a 5-year-old son, Corey.
Carolyn Kapinus, Muncie, Ind., has been teaching at Ball State since August 1999. In 2004, she was promoted to associate professor. In March 2006, she visited Centenary to speak at a convocation. Carolyn is also serving as the director of graduate studies for the M.A. in sociology.
Keisha Snyder Matthews, Benbrook, Texas, works at Holy Family Church in Fort Worth, Texas. Keisha has been with Holy Family for 12 years, where she formed and now directs the children’s choir, youth choir and handbell choir. She is also the primary soloist for the church.
Steve Brouillette, Brandon, Miss., is an attorney for Wells Marble & Hurst, PLLC, in Jackson, Miss. He practices litigation with a focus on insurance defense, premises liability and corporate litigation.
Erin Hatch Neal, Arlington, Va., is director of congressional relations for ATK (Allian Techsystems), a defense and aerospace government contractor. In this capacity, she lobbies members of Congress on behalf of NOAA, missile defense and military aerospace programs of interest to her company.
Angie White, Shreveport, La., has moved back to Shreveport from Washington, D.C. She plans to open a café.
Amy Smith Doar, Allen, Texas, received an M.S. in counseling psychology from Our Lady of the Lake University, San Antonio, Texas in December 1998. She married Jeff Doar, an SMU graduate, on Jan. 2, 1999. They have one son, Robert, born Oct. 29, 2001. She is active at Creekwood United Methodist Church in Allen. She serves on the praise team and was a delegate to the 2006 North Texas Annual Conference of the UMC. Amy is a technical recruiter for NewMarket Technology.
Serena Simmons Magrogan, Houston, Texas, is Fort Bend ISD Hightower High School’s advanced placement biology and aquatic science teacher. She just published her first book, The Lost and Found: Book One by S.S. Magrogan and was in Shreveport in August for a book signing at Barnes and Noble.
Tamara O’Neill Moreland, Eden Prairie, Minn., was recently elected shareholder of the Larkin Hoffman Attorneys firm. Tamara is a member of the real estate litigation practice group. Her practice concentrates on litigation involving commercial and residential construction matters and fraudulent real estate transactions.
Greg Warrick, Dallas, Texas, is a sales manager for Sewell Cadillac.
Sally Calongne, Washington, D.C., is the annual fund and grants manager for the Levine School of Music.
Paige DuBose, Galveston, Texas, is teaching high school in Galveston at the well-known Bell High School. She teaches 10th- and 11th-grade math.
Ginny Bowdon Ellsworth, Dallas, Texas, reports that her husband, Sam, will start at Baylor School of Dentistry this fall. Ginny is a veteranarian.
Tami Jarecki Lund, Waterford, Mich., is the senior catering manager for the Marriott at Centerpoint in Pontiac, Mich. Tami and her husband, Chris, had their second child, Reagan, last June. Their first child, Brady Charles, will turn 4 this October.
Charles Mentesana, Fairview, Texas, is a senior loan officer with Realty Mortgage.
Lora Moser, Richardson, Texas, is a speech language pathologist at Richardson ISD.
Jackie Burns Jillson, Parkville, Md., has accepted a position at the University of Baltimore as director of development and external relations for the Merrick School of Business.
Renee Sneed, Dallas, Texas, was promoted to vice president of human resources of Corgan Associates, Inc., the U.S.’s eighth largest architectural firm focused on design. She advanced to her current position in just over six years after serving in various human resources roles within the firm. Active in the American Institute of Architects HR Large Firm Round Table, Renee is also a certified senior professional in human resources, a certification demonstrating mastery of the HR body of knowledge. Her extensive background in the human resources field has led her to join other HR-related professional organizations, including the Society of Human Resources Management and the Dallas Human Resources Association. She is also an avid volunteer for organizations, often taking on leadership roles. She serves as a musical therapist accompanist for the Junior League of Dallas, serves on the Women Leadership Council for the United Way of Dallas and as a board member and human resources committee chair of the Children’s Chorus of Greater Dallas. She has an active interest in music, operating a studio and teaching piano out of her home. Renee received a bachelor of arts in music from Centenary and a master’s in business administration with an emphasis in human resources from the University of North Texas in Dallas.
Penny Brobst Blackwell, Irving, Texas, is an attorney with Greenberg, Traurig, LLP in Dallas, Texas.
Michael Love, Oklahoma City, Okla., is the president of CCDC, Inc., a real estate development company.
John Shermer, APO, AE, is a military intelligence officer for a combined arms battalion in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom 4 and is currently stationed at Camp Taji, Iraq. He and his wife, Maggie Scoville ’97, have one daughter, Rebecca, born on Aug. 23, 2005 at Fort Hood, Texas.
Beth Bohnenblust, San Antonio, Texas, is a second-year surgery resident at the University of Texas-San Antonio. Beth plans to do research next year in the area of tissue engineering.
Jeremy Erwin and Carolyn Hale ’01, Bossier City, La., were expecting their first child in early August. Jeremy finished his residency in OB/GYN at Baylor University in June and joined the medical practice of Drs. Hart, Carter and Dean in Shreveport-Bossier.
Karen Pantalion Evans, Mansfield, La., is a second-grade teacher at North Desoto Elementary.
Dawn Franzen, Dallas, Texas, is working for the Internal Medicine Clinic as a physician’s assistant since moving to Dallas in 2004. Dawn married Dean Harvie of Waco, Texas in December 2004. They live in University Park and are the proud parents of Riely, their two-pound Yorkie puppy.
Ramona Frazier-Brown, Dallas, Texas, is practicing law in Dallas at Adrienne Crane and Associates, P.C. Ramona married Alex Brown on Nov. 7, 2005.
Holly Hatten, Dallas, Texas, teaches first grade at Richardson ISD and is currently in graduate school at Texas A&M-Commerce.
Kristin Sanders Malka, Sherman Oaks, Calif., married the man of her dreams, Haim Malka, on April 14 and is excited about their future together in Los Angeles. After they lived five years in the same building, they finally were introduced and hit it off immediately. They decided to tie the knot after nearly a year of dating. Haim is a contractor and with her background in construction, growing up as the daughter of a contractor, Kristin thinks it makes a perfect fit for them to work, live and love together. Kristin’s daughter, Olivia Caroline, will turn 4 this summer. The Malka family hopes to make it to Homecoming 2007.
Melanie Martin, Lawrenceville, Ga., is currently serving at Norcross First United Methodist Church in Norcross, Ga. (Northeast Atlanta) as the minister of discipleship. She coordinates adult Christian education, having been commissioned as a probationary deacon in the United Methodist Church at the North Georgia Conference in June and having received her master’s in Christian education from Asbury Theological Seminary in 2003.
Beth Bonner DeVille, Baton Rouge, La., has been named vice president of Zyber Pharmaceuticals, Inc. The rapidly growing Louisiana-based company specializes in pediatric medicines and has expanded its sales force from three to 30 representatives in just five years. Beth, president of Centenary’s Baton Rouge Alumni Chapter, spoke about the Honor Code at Founders’ Day Convocation last February. Beth wed Matt DeVille this Spring.
Karen Goens, Friendswood, Texas, is a first-grade teacher.
Robyn Hetzel, North Myrtle Beach, S.C., is a staff physical therapist at Atlantic Physical Therapy in the Myrtle Beach area.
Nikki Kitchens Hollingsworth, Bossier City, La., teaches choir at Airline High School in Bossier City and assists Dr. Will Andress with the children and youth choirs at First United Methodist Church in Shreveport. She is also a consultant for Arbonne International.
Netsanet Temesgen, Austin, Texas, married her high school sweetheart, Quincy Hopkins, in August 2005 in a traditional American wedding. They then celebrated their union in September 2005 in a traditional Ethiopian wedding in order to recognize both parts of their culture. The couple had their first child this spring.
Jeff Tietjen, Dallas, Texas, has been working for the mortgage company Homecomings Financial for the last seven years. He started out taking calls in the customer service department and is now a quality control specialist and trainer.