The Trinity Story

Trinity alumni make a difference in their communities, with their organizations, and across the globe. You remain connected to one another through life updates, milestones, and sharing the impact you have on the world around you.

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Do you have a new job? Marriage? Have you been promoted? Retired? Let your Trinity classmates know what you have been up to! Read messages, announcements, and updates from fellow Trinity alumni, or leave one of your own.

Newer updates will appear at the top of each decade, and updates will be displayed for 3 months.

Updated: June 3, 2021

Manuela Jambrina-Escobar
Class Year: 2021

Manuela Jambrina-Escobar will be moving to Boston to attend the New England College of Optometry in September.

Lisa Vetyuhova
Class Year: 2021

Lisa Vetyuhova is working as a paralegal with Pulman Cappuccio & Puillen LLP.

Isaiah Mora
Class Year: 2018

Isaiah Mora began new role as Fundraising Specialist with the non-profit, Merced Housing Texas in April 2021.

Jeremy Wolf
Class Year: 2016

Jeremy Wolf will play for the Isreali National Baseball Team in the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

Jacob Hugentobler
Class Year: 2013

Jacob Hugentobler graduated from law school and moved back to San Antonio in 2019 now serves as a Social Security Disability Attorney.

Steven and Allison Mickey
Class Year: 2013

Steven Mickey ‘13 and Allison Mickey ‘13 welcomed Josie to their family on December 29, 2020.

Updated: May 14, 2021

Victoria Brown
Class Year: 2020

Victoria Brown starts graduate school at Ohio University in Fall 2021 for a Master’s in Higher Education and Student Affairs.

David Clark
Class Year: 2020

David Clark offered and accepted a position teaching English at the University of Strasbourg.

Joseph Stieb
Class Year: 2010

This year Dr. Joseph Stieb's first book, The Regime Change Consensus: Iraq in American Politics, 1990-2003, is being published by Cambridge University Press.

Updated: Mar. 30, 2021

Kristen Lovell
Class Year: 2011

Kristen Lovell serves as both Head of Brand for Biko Flower, a licensed social equity cannabis manufacturer in Los Angeles but also the Creative Operations Director at Gateway Proven Strategies, a consulting agency focused on global cannabis and hemp markets.

Updated: June 3, 2021

Jennifer Bergman
Class Year: 2004

Jennifer Bergman was sworn in as the first female District Attorney in Liberty County, Texas on January 4, 2021

Pamela Raybon Owens
Class Year: 2003

Pamela Raybon Owens, a teacher at Weatherford Elementary School, was named Teacher of the year in the Plano ISD.

Joshua Searcy
Class Year: 2003

Joshua Searcy was appointed by the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals to a 14 year term as a United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Eastern District of Texas. He practiced bankruptcy law for 15 years with Searcy & Searcy, PC previously and is finishing a 1 year term as Chair of the Bankruptcy Section of the State Car of Texas.

Clay Allen
Class Year: 2001

Clay Allen was promoted to General Counsel of the Houston Rockets. He has served as the team’s Associate General Counsel since 2013.

Florence Tang
Class Year: 2001

Florence Tang works at the Houston Zoo in the Department of Design and Engineering as a project manager and separately works as a journalist for architecture magazines.

Updated: May 14, 2021

John Philllips
Class Year: 2007

John Philllips president of Methodist Dallas Medical Center, presented a webinar on April 1 discussing OR Optimization: Executive Insights from Methodist Dallas Medical Center. The webinar covered the economic impact of a robotics service line, leadership best practices to influence care teams in pursuit of the quadruple aim and how to leverage an ecosystem of support tools and services to get the most out of your investment.

Updated: Mar. 1, 2021

Nathaniel Longfellow
Class Year: 2009

Calvin Shepard Longfellow, was born to Nathaniel Longfellow '09 and Shelby Longfellow on January 15, 2021.

Meera Deters
Class Year: 2003

Meera Deters, proud owner of Super Speech Solutions, a private practice providing online Speech Therapy to Texans. I help children and adults improve their speech and language skills so they can communicate better. I am passionate about my job and love being able to make a difference in other’s lives. For more information, visit

Updated: June 3, 2021

Margaret Wilson-Anaglia
Class Year: 1992

Margaret Wilson-Anaglia is Director of the San Antonio Women’s Business Center.

Updated: May 14, 2021

David Imhoof
Class Year: 1992

David Imhoof helps direct the requirement at Susquehanna University that all students study abroad. He also recently published a textbook on European History with Bloomsbury Press called, “So, About Modern Europe: A Conversational History from the Enlightenment to the Present Day.”

Updated: Mar. 30, 2021

Hugh Coleman
Class Year: 1990

Hugh Coleman retired December 31, 2021, from Denton County after more than twenty-four years as an assistant district attorney, assistant county attorney, and county commissioner. Hugh, now serves as the City Attorney for the City of Sanger.

Updated: June 3, 2021

Andy Cochrane
Class Year: 1986, 1990

Andy Cochrane was named Chief Hospital Officer for North Memorial Health in Minneapolis. Andy has served North Memorial as CEO of Maple Grove Hospital since 2008 which was recognized by Fortune/IBM Watson Health as Top 100 Hospital for the third time.

Marygrace Sorensen
Class Year: 1985

Marygrace Sorensen was ordained as a Unity Minister in June of 2018.

Updated: May 14, 2021

Corinne Smith
Class Year: 1986

Corinne Smith hosts a new podcast series titled “On Her Shoulders,” which features inspiring women who consistently work to ensure that the female voice is heard. The podcast, which is sponsored by Winstead Women’s Alliance, will release new episodes each month on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and the firm’s website.

Ronald Glazener Jr.
Class Year: 1984

Ronald Glazener Jr. retires June 1st, 2021 after 37 years of working with the public and private school sector as a teacher and administrator. Ron will join his spouse Lois Straub Glazener ('84) who retired in 2017 after spending 33 years as a public school educator.

Updated: Mar. 1, 2021

Scott Tinker
Class Year: 1982

Scott Tinker Ph.D., joined the Trinity Board of Trustees and will begin his service at the February board meeting. Dr. Tinker is the director of the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas at Austin (UT), the State Geologist of Texas, and a professor who holds the Edwin Allday Endowed Chair in the Jackson School of Geosciences at UT.

Updated: June 3, 2021

Beverly Sortland,
Class Year: 1977

Beverly Sortland, after serving 21 years abroad in international schools in six different countries, retired and repatriated to New York. She is now very happy to be settled in one place with her husband Philippe and their cat.

Updated: May 14, 2021

Linda Smith
Class Year: 1979

I’m still CEO of the company I created 20 years ago, En Su Casa Caregivers located in San Antonio. I love making a difference in people’s lives. A few years ago, my husband, Paul and I bought a vacation home in Santa Fe, NM. It has slowly transitioned to our full time home because I feel such a connection to the earth and sky in New Mexico. I am now honing writing skills as I work remotely. I am pictured here with my husband Paul Smith III and lovely Naomi Shihab Nye, ‘74, who brings out the best in those who want to express themselves through the written word. This was taken at Ghost Ranch where she taught a class in poetry that I took before the pandemic, in 2017.

William Johnson
Class Year: 1976

William Johnson published a novel entitled The Casserole Ladies (eBook and paperback) on Amazon. It is a screwball comedy about five older unmarried Southern women's zany misadventures on a quest for postmortem romance.

Elaine Liner
Class Year: 1976

Elaine Liner's latest play, Dear Donald/Dear Hillary: Their Secret Correspondence, co-starring Trinity MFA grad Bob Hess ('82), will headline the 2021 San Francisco Fringe Festival, with performances this summer and fall at Fringes in Halifax and Guelph (Canada), Kansas City, Boulder, and Queensland (Australia). She'll perform her solo show, Sweater Curse: A Yarn about Love, at the Fort Worth Fringe in September, the latest for the comedy that enjoyed two full runs at Scotland's Edinburgh Fringe and in theater fests across Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana. Elaine lives and writes in Dallas.

Sarah Janosik
Class Year: 1975

Sarah Janosik completed The Flow Coaching institute training providing individualized coaching and retreats that incorporate equine facilitated learning, assessing skills and developing new strategies for personal and professional growth.

Rhonda Brink
Class Year: 1972

Rhonda Brink was honored by the State Bar of Texas with the 2020 Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award in the area of Real Estate, Estate and Probate Law

Updated: Mar. 30, 2021

H.B. Paksoy
Class Year: 1970

Since H.B. Paksoy's retirement from classroom teaching, Dr. HB Paksoy has written novels, the latest of which entitled “She Was Walking,” published on July 16, 2020.

Updated: Mar. 1, 2021

Naomi Shihab Nye
Class Year: 1974

Naomi Shihab Nye received the Ivan Sandrof Award for Lifetime Achievement by the National Book Critics Circle. Nye serves as the Poetry Foundation's Young People's Poet Laureate. Her next collection of poems, Cast Away: Poems for Our Time, releases February 11.

Griffin T. Murphey
Class Year: 1971

Dr. Griffin T. Murphey received the 2021 Wings Award from the Fort Worth Aviation Museum recognizing people who have made significant contributions to promoting and preserving our aviation heritage.

Updated: June 3, 2021

Steve Albers
Class Year: 1965

Steve Albers retired since 2010 from his own marketing and communications firm, spends time between homes in Southern California and Henderson, Nevada with wife Kathy.

Updated: Mar. 1, 2021

Pearl Raikin
Class Year: 1968

After teaching elementary school for 25 years, I worked for the local AFT charter of the union as a Labor Relations Specialist for 12 years for Fairfax County Federation of Teachers. We moved to a wonderful 55 and over community that is very active and even with everything that is going on today with the pandemic, we manage to do things carefully and still have a good time.

Updated: Mar. 30, 2021

Julian Dewell
Class Year: 1952

Julian Dewell retired from the practice of law in 2006. Volunteers with Washington Trails Assn. and wrote a trail building book entitled “Tread and Retreat the Trails,” which is in its third edition.