SHOW AND TELL

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.

Share Your Updates Alumni Spotlights

 


Class Notes

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 4, 2020

Eric Elliot
Class Year: 2012

Eric Elliot '12 is a Program Director for Cowboy Compost in Fort Worth, Texas. He plans to expand the city-wide initiative to bring composting to residents and businesses in North Texas.


Updated: May 4, 2020

Sarah Mullens
Class Year: 2019

Sarah Mullens '19 just graduated with a Master's Degree in Business Analytics from Southern Methodist University and accepted a job offer to be a Marketing Analytics Partner at Whole Foods in Austin.

Kelley McGill
Class Year: 2014

Kelley McGill '14 graduated with honors from Harvard Law School.


Updated: Feb. 3, 2020

Christina (Carni) Rasmussen
Class Year: 2010 & 2012 MHA

Christina Carni Rasmussen '10, '12 was promoted on January 1, 2020 to Senior Director, Corporate Strategy & Implementation at Vizient.


Updated: Jan. 6, 2020

Christopher Kradle
Class Year: 2012

Christopher Kradle '12 has been hired by Baker Vicchillo in Edina, Minn., as an Associate Attorney focusing on Trusts & Estates.

Updated: May 4, 2020

Bianca Richman
Class Year: 2005

Bianca Richman '05, a senior Program Manager at Amazon, was the catalyst for a star-studded concert raising money to address COVID-19 hardships by providing food donations, housing assistance for youth and families, small businesses support, and health services for essential workers. The event is called All In WA: A Concert for COVID-19 Relief Sponsored by Amazon and will feature Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews, Macklemore, Sir Mix-A-Lot, and more. The concert was streamed on Amazon Music's Twitch channel, and through www.allinwa.org on June 10, 2020. A recording of the concert is available on Prime Video. Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos will personally match individual donations under $1 million to All In WA causes, up to a total of $25 million.

Matthew Boerger
Class Year: 2000

Matthew Boerger (‘00) and Allison Boerger welcome their son Abraham Arnold born May 6, 2020.

Pamela Neumann
Class Year: 2000

Pamela Neumann '00 and her husband, Carlos, welcomed their son Nicolas into the world in July 2019. In August 2019, she began a new tenure-track position as Assistant Professor of Sociology at Texas A&M International University in Laredo, Texas.


Updated: Mar. 2, 2020

Geoff Rosen 
Class Year: 2008

Geoff Rosen '08 is a financial advisor, Certified Employee Benefits Specialist, and Accredited Investment Fiduciary designee. He holds FINRA Series 7 and 66, as well as Arkansas Life and Health Insurance. He has been on the Landmark team since 2011. On February 12, 2020, Landmark Financial announced Rosen's promotion to partner.

Angela Peake
Class Year: 2004, 2005

Angela Peake '04, '05 is a finalist for the Oklahoma City Public Schools district teacher of the year.


Updated: Feb. 3, 2020

Angela Peake
Class Year: 2004, 2005

Angela Peake '04, '05 was voted 2019-2020 teacher of the year at her school.

John E. Exner, IV
Class Year: 2003

John E. Exner, IV '03 joined national employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. as a Principal in Los Angeles. Mr. Exner focuses his practice on the representation of businesses and individial clients in a variety of employment-based and family-based immigration matters, as well as workplace compliance.

Felicia Kemp
Class Year: 2001

Felicia Kemp '01 would like to honor her son, Grayson Rainer Kemp, who passed away on December 7, 2019 at the age of five. Her family will continue to fundraise for a cure for Tay-Sachs disease through our annual Take a Hike Tay-Sachs Virtual 5k each Spring. If you would like to participate and support, follow us on Facebook.


Updated: Jan. 6, 2020

Alex Lee-Cornell
Class Year: 2008

Alex Lee-Cornell '08 and his wife Kathy are both ministers of word and sacrament in the Presbyterian Church (USA), currently living in Dallas. They have one son, Owen, who turned three in October and are expecting a second son, Gabe, at the end of 2019.

Updated: May 4, 2020

Monica Latin
Class Year: 1993

Monica Latin '93 has been named Managing Partner at Dallas-based business law firm Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumenthal. She was named Managing Partner-elect in May 2019, is a member of the firm’s executive committee, and has served for many years as chair of the firm’s Business Litigation Practice Group. As the first woman in Carrington Coleman’s top leadership role, she credits the firm’s namesake for the opportunity.

Lee Koch
Class Year: 1991
After 7 years of hard work, Lee Koch '91 earned a PhD in Health and Nursing Education from the University of Education Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany.


Updated: Apr. 2, 2020

James Holmes
Class Year: 1992

James Holmes '92 has published "Superseding Money Judgments in Texas: Four Proposed Reforms to Help the Business Litigant and to Further Improve the Texas Civil Justice System," 51 Business Litigant and to Further Improve the Texas Civil Justice System 51 ST. MARY’S L.J. 69 (2020).


Updated: Mar. 2, 2020

Beth (Williams) Cusack 
Class Year: 1994

Beth (Williams) Cusack '94 self-published her first children's book, Making Monster Soup, through Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing in 2020. It is a light-hearted introduction to the kitchen for children. Cusack donates the royalities of her previous townsfolk's collection of memoirs (also on Amazon) to the Friends of Knoxville County Public Library, which includes Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Program. She plans for her next children's book to be about 21st century STEM people from around the world. If you have a STEM standout who is advancing the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals, please contact Beth, beth.cusack@gmail.com, with suggestions.

Emily B. Cohen
Class Year: 1992

Emily B. Cohen '92 earned her Master's Degree in Clinical Laboratory Science from Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences on May 11, 2019. She relocated back to Texas and is a Medical Technologist for St. David's Medical Center in Round Rock, Texas.


Updated: Feb. 3, 2020

Amanda Seymour
Class Year: 1999

Amanda (Mandy) Seymour '99 is the Founder and President of M. Consulting and Deeper Love International. As a consultant, she specializes in personal growth, relationship fulfillment, and life fulfillment. Her non-profit educates on human trafficking, domestic abuse, and spirituality-based relationshop healing. Both her company and non-profit serve local and international audiences.


Updated: Jan. 6, 2020

Stacy Bunck
Class Year: 1998

Stacy Bunck '98, Kansas City office managing shareholder at Ogletree, was an honoree of the 2019 Flex Success Award. This award recognizes partners or shareholders at Diversity & Flexibility Alliance member law firms who have achieved success while working a reduced hours schedule, as well as a client who has been integral to making workplace flexibility successful.

Leticia Cabrera Rodriguez
Class Year: 1997

Leticia Cabrera Rodriguez '97 is currently working as the higher education liaison for City of San Antonio District 7 Councilwoman Ana Sandoval.

Carole S. Anhalt
Class Year: 1990

Carole Anhalt '90 has been selected as this year's Harry Huntt Ransom Dissertation Fellowship Award in Medical Humanities.

Rick Bales
Class Year: 1990

Cambridge University Press has published Rick Bales' new book, The Cambridge Handbook of U.S. Labor Law for the Twenty-First Century (2020). Rick is a professor of law at Ohio Northern University and currently is a visiting professor at University of Akron School of Law.

Updated: May 4, 2020

Benita Blessing
Class Year: 1989

Benita Blessing '89 is currently the Operations Director of the German Studies Association, and when she's not busy teaching at Oregon State University, she enjoys writing about East Germany. She has recently finished her second book on East German children’s films, and has begun a new one on children and play under socialism.

Mary Lile Broadaway
Class Year: 1986

Mary Lile Broadaway '86 was elected in March 2020 to serve as Circuit Court Judge for Arkansas’ Second Judicial District that covers six counties in Northeast Arkansas. Before, she served for four years as State Representative in the Arkansas General Assembly. She and her husband, Brad, reside in Paragould, Arkansas.


Updated: Apr. 2, 2020

Amy (Stephenson) Patterson
Class Year: 1989

Amy (Stephenson) Patterson '89, professor of politics at the University of the South, completed a Fulbright Scholar program in Tanzania during 2019-2020, where she conducted research on mental health as a policy priority. She has written on Africa's response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Washington Post, and her book Africa and Global Health Governance examines African state reactions to various health issues. Her daughter Sophia Patterson matriculated to Trinity in fall 2019.


Updated: Mar. 2, 2020

Jonathan Freeman
Class Year: 1988

Jonathan Freeman '88 moved back to Europe after two years in the DC area. Freeman almost retired after nearly 30 years as an Army officer, but could not turn down and assignment to Garmisch, Germany. He is the Director of Plans and Strategy for the Marshall Center - a German/American effort addressing transnational and regional security challenges and policy development.


Updated: Feb. 3, 2020

Ansen Seale
Class Year: 1983

Ansen Seale '83 was selected as the 2020 Artist of the Year by the San Antonio Art League and Museum. She would like to thank and honor her inspiring Trinity professors: Bill Bristow ('65), Phil Evett ('62), Jim Stoker ('73), Robert Tiemann ('66) and Elizabeth Ridenhower ('88).

Wendy Rigby
Class Year: 1980

Wendy Rigby '80 is the new Editor to the Trail Gazette starting on February 3, 2020.


Updated: Jan. 6, 2020

Amy (Crews) Cutts
Class Year: 1989

Amy Cutts '89 has edited and published her grandmother's autobiography, Chopin Through the Window: An Autobiography by Franziska Stein, available in paperback and Kindle editions. It is a gripping life story, filled with drama, romance, and humor, that exposes the terrible cost of World War II, the Cold War, and a brutal civil war on civilians.

Jeffrey Kerr
Class Year: 1986

Jeffrey Kerr works for PBF Energy in Parsippany, N.J., as a business operations analyst supporting the Risk Management Group. He also sings tenor in the Morristown, N.J.-based Masterwork Chorus. The Masterwork Chorus is a 100+ adult choir that performs choral masterworks in metro NYC's Carnegie Hall with orchestra and soloists.

Lynne W. Perry
Class Year: 1981

After 33 years with Merrill Lynch as a vice president and senior financial adviser, Lynne '81 has begun a semi-retirement transition. Lynne has had a fabulous career but now is enjoying more traveling and golfing and will maintain an office with part-time work until January 2022.

Updated: May 4, 2020

George Hernandez
Class Year: 1977

George Hernandez '77 was recently named as CEO of the Year by Inside Memphis Business. He is former CFO and current CEO of Campbell Clinic Orthopaedics in Germantown, Tennessee.

Ian (Toby) French
Class Year: 1974

Ian (Toby) French '74, after graduating from Trinity, did six years of Active Duty in the US Army which included a tour in Germany. After transitioning into the Reserves, French worked at SAIC as Program Manager and moved up to Assistant VP and Division Manager after 12 yrs. He later worked for four other Defense/Intel firms, then was mobilized due to the crash on September 11th and served in Army Intel for his last 2.5 years. After retiring from the Army, he found a position in Federal Intelligence at NSA for 12 years and retired again. French received numerous awards for Army service such as the Meritorious Service Medal and Legion of Merit, and the Killian Award from the President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (PFIAB) for duty in Bosnia in 1996-97. Now retired in Delaware, he is a Vol Leader (Planner) of Team Rubicon (Disaster response) and the Chair of Delaware's Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (DEVOAD). He was married twice (2nd time for 35 years), and has 3 daughters, one a professional geologist near San Diego, and another an Army Captain in Military Intelligence serving at US Embassy Ukraine, following her father's footsteps. French has come back to San Antonio several times for Fiesta and enjoys seeing the changes on campus.

Johnny Gutierrez
Class Year: 1970

Johnny Gutierrez '70 has retired after a successful life in the workforce.


Updated: Feb. 3, 2020

Sam Fisher
Class Year: 1977

Sam Fisher '77 retired this past August from the University of South Alabama after 32 years as a political science professor.

Peter Hofmann
Class Year: 1972

Peter Hofmann '72 published another ground-breaking book exposing the dark-and-cloudy side of dentistry & mouth-related health. The title is "Dentisty Xposed: Protecting You, Your Smile and Your Wallet." Go to Dentistry Xposed or Amazon to order this Life-Saving book.

It's kind of quiet in here! If you're a member of the Classes of 1960-69, share your updates with the Office of Alumni Relations today!

Updated: Jan. 6, 2020

Sally Murphy
Class Year: 1954

Sally Murphy '54 expressed her appreciation of Lanelle Waddil Taylor's tribute to her father, who was Trinity's president during their mutual time on campus. She said, "Dad really did love his years at Trinity and left quite a legacy, and I SO agree with Lanelle that he would see Danny Anderson as the perfect man to continue the journey. Each time I read the latest Trinity magazine, I imagine Dad with a huge smile on his face! There are so many wonderful and amazing things happening on the Trinity Hill!"