Class Notes

Learn what's happening with your classmates and other Andrew friends.  Class notes are published quarterly on this website.

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2010s

Francisco De Paz Reyes ’10, is an admissions recruiter at Clayton State University.

CasonDremann ’10, is currently in his first year of a master’s program at the University of Georgia. His plan is to get a master’s in Kinesiology. He got married in April 2016. Cason is also working as a personal trainer at Omni Club of Athens and is a baseball and strength & conditioning instructor at Frozen Ropes.
Submitted December 8, 2016

Kristen Beard Cochran ’13, has been named administrative assistant for the dean of academic affairs at Andrew College. After graduating from Andrew, Kirsten received a B.S. in sociology from Georgia Southwestern State College. She is married to Brooks Cochran and lives in Morgan, Georgia.

Rachel Stahlman ’14, graduated from Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville in December.

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Kia Foreman17,has won a national logo competition in her home country, the British Virgin Islands. Her logo design for the rebranding of the National Housing Corporation (NHC)was chosen by a panel of eight internal and external professionals.
 

2000s

Thomas Denard ’00, was recently named the Washington-Wilkes Elementary Teacher of the Year.

Dixie Morgan Quinn 03, spent only one year at Andrew, but says, “what a great year it was!”
Submitted December 18, 2016

AdamLogan ’06, is teaching high school video production at Walnut Grove High School in Loganville, Georgia.
Submitted November 4, 2016
 

1990s

Nikki Adams Bryant ’98, has been named to the Leadership Georgia Class of 2017.  Nikki owns the Adams Family Pharmacy in Preston. She is married to Robert Bryant, and the couple have two children.

Scott Curry ’98, was named one of Georgia Trend’s “40 Under 40.” Scott serves as the executive vice-president and vice chair of the Board of First State Bank of Randolph County. He is also a Shellman City Council member and mayor pro-tem. Scott is married to the former Brandi Frizzell and the couple lives in Shellman with their daughters.
 

1980s

CDR Len Bunch ’87and Dr. LeAnn Bunch ’86 currently reside in Newport News, Virginia where Len is stationed on the USS Enterprise (CVN65). He is the reactor liaison officer supervising the decommissioning of the ship in the reactor department. He will celebrate his 30th year in the U.S. Navy in April. LeAnn recently graduated from Liberty University with her Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction. She works part time for University of Virginia as a research specialist and owns L & L Educational Solutions, providing writing and editing support for graduate students in area universities. They have three adult children and three grandchildren. Their three fur babies and multiple salt water aquariums are their hobbies.
Submitted October 5, 2016

LisaCowan Cowan ’87, is working as a fulfillment analyst for Belk.
Submitted December 28, 2016

Colleen Goering Lagoueyte ’88, was recognized by the Ware County Board of Education for her completion of the Georgia Leadership for School Improvement (GLISI) and Leadership Summit this past fall. Colleen is an elementary school teacher at Waresboro Elementary School.

DemetriceHawk Jones ’89, is working for Northside Hospital as an oncology nurse navigator for the Northwest Georgia area.
Submitted November 3, 2016
 

1970s

PatsyTaylor Chaney ’72, has retired from her own accounting practice. She is enjoying the life of being a grandmother and enjoys traveling.
Submitted October 5, 2016

RosemaryCope ’73, is a clinical counselor at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. After leaving Andrew, she earned a BA and two masters’ degrees.She spent 12 years in student affairs at Louisiana College, Texas State University and Middle Tennessee State University. Since then, she has worked in Behavioral Health for the last 26 years, and says that she is not slowing down yet!
Submitted November 6, 2016

Christine Roinestad Anger 78, is married to husband, Thomas, and has two sons, Lucas, 23 and Jens 20. She teaches English classes at the local VHS (community college of sorts), and is president of the local Landfrauen Club (land women’s association). Christine grew up on a farm outside of Cuthbert, but has been living in Germany for almost 30 years.She first worked in the U.S. Army hospital in Cannstatt/Stuttgart as the Blood Bank supervisor until it closed in June 1992.
Submitted November 4, 2016

Julie Faircloth Cadle ’79, was appointed vice president for finance at Andrew College in November.  In the past, Julie has served as assistant bursar, bursar and controller. She is married to Pat Cadle, Class of 1975.  All three of their daughters, Krystal, Class of 2006; Keri Cadle Summers, Class of 2009; and Kathryn, Class of 2013, attended Andrew College.
 

1960s

Jinanne Bennett Parrish 63 is a retired senior high school counselor and chair of the guidance department at Thomas County Central High School. She is founder and charter member of All Saints’ Episcopal Church, lay reader, member of the altar guild, Episcopal Church Women and past Junior Warden. She is also a member of the Thomasville Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution; John B. Gordon Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy and charter member and president of the John Lee of Nansemond Chapter, National Society Colonial Dames 17th Century.
Submitted October 5, 2016

KathyHanley Greene ’68 retired after 30 years of teaching special education. She left Atlanta after 24 years to move to North Carolina to be near her kids and grandkids (as well to get out of the zoo, known as Atlanta).
Submitted October 7, 2016
 

1950s

Margaret Wood Hunt58, recently moved from her home in Harris County to Spring Harbor in Columbus.  She is enjoying her painting, visits from her family and meeting new friends.
 

In Memoriam

Evelyn Brazeal Turner ’47of Cuthbert, passed away on December 31, 2016, at the Joe-Anne Burgin Nursing Home. Born in Terrell County, her husband, G.P. Turner, and her son, John Aaron Brown, predeceased her. Mrs. Turner worked at Davis Toy Store, Hunt’s Drug Company and Day Plywood.  Survivors include a number of nieces and nephews.

Mark Ruppelt, former jazz director at Andrew College from 1994-1997, passed away in October 2016.
 

Former Faculty and Staff

Mr. and Mrs. Trunnell, affectionately known to students from the 1960s and 70s as Mr. and Mrs. T, ran the bookstore and the sweetshop on campus. Mr. Trunnell passed away several years ago, but Mrs. Florence (Flo) Trunnell Sikula is doing well and living in Ft. Myers, Florida.