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Stanley J. Marcus (BAD) received the Legion of Honor Medal during the French Legion of Honor Award Ceremony.
Attention: Members of the Class of 1943 who were part of the 4025 Signal Service Group during World War II are invited to a reunion of the 4025 from Sept. 24-25 in Colonial Williamsburg, Va. If you or someone you know is interested in attending, please call Bert Aaron at 757/229-7280 after Aug. 15 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
W.F. LaVecchia (CE) retired as Henrico County manager.
Jim F. Short (CHE) retired from the Dayton, Va., Town Council after eight years of service.
Paul M. Saunders (AGE) received the American Horticultural Society's Paul Ecke Jr. Commercial Award.
Alpha M. Spitzer (EDBS) received Bridgewater Retirement Community's Humanitarian Service Award.
Charles E. Hamner Jr. (ANSC) was recognized by Business North Carolina magazine as having had the most impact on the state's economy during the past 25 years.
Margaret L. Spitzer (HNF) received Bridgewater Retirement Community's Humanitarian Service Award.
John B. Harlan Jr. (BAD) is vice president for administration for St. Andrews Presbyterian College.
Maurice G. Cook (AGRN) received the Hugh Hammond Bennett Award for accomplishments in the conservation of soil, water, and related natural resources.
Hunter R. Watson (BAD) was appointed by Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine to the Transportation Accountability Commission.
Joel P. Bartlett Jr. (ME) retired from KGO-ABC7 TV in San Francisco.
Frank E. Ferrante (EE) serves on the board of governors of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Computer Society.
Donald A. Peterson (ASE) is chair of the board of directors for the Valley Forge Fund in Pennsylvania.
Homer H. Hickam (ISE) received Virginia Tech's 2007 University Distinguished Achievement Award.
J.K. Shannon Jr. (MGT) retired as vice president of finance, treasurer, and secretary after 30 years of service at Hauni Richmond Inc.
Irving M. Blank (PAD) is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
Douglas R. Fahl (CE) was appointed by Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine to the Transportation Accountability Commission.
G. William Marshall Jr. (METE), professor and chair in the division of biomaterials and bioengineering and chair of the graduate group in oral and craniofacial sciences at University of California, is also director of the NIH Comprehensive Oral Health Research Training Program and Integrated D.D.S./Ph.D. Program.
Larry A. Renner (ACCT) was recognized as a "Super CPA" by the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Richard W. Thompson (ARCH) was named fellow of the American Institute of Architects for Urban Design.
Richard L. Zirk (AGE) retired after 30 years of federal service as director of Defense Contract Management Agency West.
John C. Morgan Jr. (ARCH) retired as CEO/architect at Freeman and Morgan Architects.
James G. Smith Jr. (ME) retired from the U.S. Navy as a senior logistician.
F.R. Beaman III (MGT) serves on the NISH board of directors.
Dennis G. Piper (PHYS) received an ASTM International Award of Merit and accompanying title of fellow.
J.E. Caperton (BAD) is chair of the Chesterfield County Board of Zoning Appeals.
Thomas R. McAnge Jr. (IE) was named assistant professor emeritus for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech.
J.W. Stanfield Jr. (IE) retired from United Airlines as an Airbus A320 captain at Washington Dulles Airport.
William E. Woodson (FW), who formed Bill Woodson Conservation Consulting, LLC, received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Military Fish and Wildlife Association.
Lee R. Steeneck (MATH) retired from General Re Corp.
Richard W. Reaves (CE) is a member of ASTM International's board of directors.
Charles E. Broadwater Jr. (MGT) was the recipient of Virginia Tech's Alumni Distinguished Service Award.
Robert E. Cosby Jr. (CE) was elected a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Linda A. Casey (FW) is a state forester in Alabama.
Samuel B. Long (MGT) is on the national board of directors of the Appraisal Institute.
C. Jackson Norris Jr. (IE) is COO of NuVox Communications in Greenville, S.C.
Sharon L. Ross (MHFD) was recognized in Who's Who Among America's Teachers.
Gerald B. White (AGEC) received the Distinguished Extension/Outreach Program Award and the Career Accomplishments Award, Extension/Outreach, from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University.
John G. Kines Jr. (UA) was elected to life membership in the International City/County Management Association.
Roland Macher (HRIM) built a soccer field in Tanzania for children with the O'Brien School for the Maasai.
Deborah K. Ropelewski (GBUS) is director of education for the Professional Liability Underwriting Society.
W. Stephen Southard (PSCI) is senior vice president and market executive for Second Bank & Trust.
Michael J. Ballweg (PAD) is assistant commissioner of the Southern Conference in Spartanburg, S.C.
James H. Bamford (GBUS) published two books: CRM Project Management: Managing OTS Enterprise Wide Application Implementations and The Cricket in Your Car.
Rosemary C. Goss (MHFD) is Residential Property Management Advisory Board Professor at Virginia Tech.
John Kennedy (ESM) is senior director of research and development at the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research in Danville, Va.
John R. Rainey (CE) is director of the University of Virginia Health System's physical plant.
Sharon K. Strubbe (ART) is executive director of Summerfair Foundation in Ohio.
John P. Watkins Jr. (ELED) is a real estate agent for Goodsell Realty in North Carolina.
William L. White Jr. (PHYS) received a master of engineering from Penn State.
W. Thomas Clark Jr. (FIN) received Virginia Tech's Alumni Distinguished Service Award.
Paul E. Kennedy Jr. (ENGL), a rink-side reporter for Sun Sports, received a 2006 regional Emmy Award from the Suncoast Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Joseph H. Maroon (PSCI) received the Virginia Water Resources Leadership Award from the Water Resources Center at Virginia Tech.
Mary T. Peterson (ACCT) is president and CEO of the Medmarc Insurance Group.
Thomas A. Sachs (PSCI) received the Department of Transportation Gold Medal for Outstanding Achievement for response during Hurricane Katrina.
Don D. Stewart (EE) retired as vice president of Hewlett-Packard's workstation global business unit.
Dennis D. Truax (CE) is department head and professor of civil and environmental engineering at Mississippi State University.
E.B. Vance (SOC) is a senior consultant for The Titan Group.
Robert R. Derrick (CE) is spearheading Heery International's approach to design and construction from the DOD Base Realignment and Closure.
Jeffrey N. Lighthiser (CE) is director of strategic growth and marketing at Draper Aden Associates.
Eric M. Ohr (ARCH) is senior associate with Brennan Beer Gorman Architects.
David R. Orden (AGEC) is director for global issues initiative in Virginia Tech's newly formed Institute for Society, Culture, and Environment.
Bruce M. Slough (GBUS) is a project manager performing information technology management for First Health Services.
Philip J. Toussaint (ARCH) is associate principal at Hillier Architecture in New Jersey.
Debra G. Christian (BED) is a technology teacher with the Hawkins County, Tenn., Board of Education.
James E. Edwards Jr. (COMM) was selected for the Maryland Super Lawyers 2007 issue.
Elizabeth J. Moran (UA) received the Cardinal Award from the Virginia Economic Developers Association.
James W. Pfefferkorn Jr. (ME) is vice president of engineering with CSI Engineering, PC in Maryland.
Richard C. Stem (FW) is temporarily national director of planning for the U.S. Forest Service in Washington, D.C.
Susan R. Arthur (ANSC) is a senior research scientist in discovery toxicology at Bristol-Myers Squibb in New Jersey.
James L. Berlin (EE) received GE's Edison Award.
Antonio S. Camara (CE), a professor of sciences and technology at the New University of Lisbon, received the Pessoa Award, one of the most distinquished recognitions in Portugal.
J. Carlton Courter III (DASC) is director of the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.
Robert D. Dintaman (MKTG) is territory sales manager for Nike Inc., golf division.
Deborah L. Floyd (EDCC) is president of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges.
Lorraine M. Herson-Jones (FW) is an environmental attorney with the Regional Counsel's Office of the Federal Aviation Administration.
Roger W. Meier (CE) received the Peter G. Hoadley Award for Outstanding Engineering Educator from Tennessee's American Society of Civil Engineers.
Mark G. Richardson (ARCH) was named the 2006 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in construction services.
Thomas G. Tingle (ARCH) is vice chairman of the James City County Economic Development Authority.
Franklin R. Wheeler (CHE) is vice president of operations and technology for Tesoro in San Antonio.
Robert A. Bruce (ACCT) was recognized as a "Super CPA" by the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Edward J. Carey (BC) is the lead construction manager for the Common-Myrtle Beach Development.
Jeffery A. Critzer (ARCH) graduated from the FBI's Executive Development Institute.
Ronald E. Heinz Jr. (FIN) is managing director of Canopy Ventures and received the 2006 Utah Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Ernest W. Olds (ARCH) is vice president of Becker Morgan Group Inc.
Timothy A. Wolk (CHE) oversees the eastern region territory for Mine Safety Appliances of Pittsburgh.
Paul J. Clarke (COMM) is an installed sales manager for Lowes Home Improvement Corp.
Cary S. Green (EDSS) is vice president of communications services for Societe Internationale de Telecommunications Aeronautiques.
James F. Meyers II (MGT) retired as a colonel, USAF, and is now director of the doctoral program in public health at UC Berkeley.
Timothy L. Miller (CE) is director of the exam development services department for the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.
R. Christopher Rosenthal (ACCT) is trustee of the Maryland Certified Public Accountant Committee on Political Action.
Shelley S. Selph (PSYC) is the medical director for Richardton, North Dakota's critical access hospital.
Jane E. Austin (CHE) is chair for the Society of the Plastics Industry.
Gary H. Bray (MATE) received the ASTM International Award of Merit and title of Fellow.
P. Kevin Carwile (PSCI) is chief of an anti-gang unit at the U.S. Department of Justice Headquarters.
Ronald G. Helton (CE) is president and CEO of Thompson & Litton.
Cynthia J. McInnis (COMM) is a comedienne for the corporate circuit and performs for such companies as Pep Boys, The Federal Reserve, and Fidelity National Title Group.
David A. Morris (ENT) is commercial leader of the turf and ornamental and technical products business for Dow AgroSciences.
Christopher C. Patselas (ME) is project manager for Black & Veatch.
Eric J. Shelton (ME) is a senior fire protection engineer with Hankins and Anderson.
Clifton D. Bryant II (COMM) is director of communications and marketing for Physicians for Peace in Norfolk, Va.
David H. Gordon (PSYC) is a forensic psychologist for the state of Georgia.
Brian J. Greber (FOR) is vice president of marketing and technology for Weyerhaeuser's residential wood products business.
Patricia B. Hyer (EDRE) was named a Fellow of the Association for Women in Science.
Walter B. Johnson III (ME) is director of project and business development for ITAC Engineers and Constructors.
Jeffrey A. McKenzie (ARCH) is chair and CEO for the Louisville, Ky., firm of Greenebaum Doll & McDonald PLLC.
Thomas R. Mustin (ECON) is the morning and noon anchor at KCNC-TV in Denver.
Raymond L. Nebel (ANSC) was named professor emeritus by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors.
Mary Kathryn B. Owens (ENGL) opened a law firm, Owen & Owens, PLC, in Virginia.
Ruth E. Paschal (IEOR) is director for London Consulting Group.
Thomas D. Perry (HIST) released a book, Stuart's Birthplace: The History of the Laurel Hill Farm.
Thomas L. Redmond (COMM) is vice president of marketing for Eggleston Services.
Pamela J. Thomas (AGRN) is a state soil scientist for the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service in Columbia, S.C.
Dawn S. Waters (COMM) is director of communications for VCU's School of the Arts.
David D. Dunlap (CHE) is vice president for health, environment, safety, and security at The Chlorine Institute.
R. Scott Ehrhardt (CE) is a water resource engineer and a senior associate with Dewberry.
John S. Iiames Jr. (FW) earned a doctorate in natural resources and is a research biologist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in North Carolina.
Carrie V. Quinn (PSCI) opened an architecture firm, Q-DESIGN PLC.
Rhonda M. Smith (CE) is a delegate for the Women of Color International Development Incubator.
Charles J. Westgate III (AOE), promoted to colonel, commands the 386th Expeditionary Maintenance Group in Kuwait.
Scott L. Astrin (HIST) is an AIG staff counsel managing attorney in Florida.
Kayleen M. Fitzgerald (COMM) is commentary editor at Tax Notes International Magazine in Falls Church, Va.
Charles E. Frazier (FW) was appointed the Thomas M. Brooks Professor of Wood Science and Forest Products by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors.
Robert L. Johnston (SOC) received the Outstanding Teaching Award from Augusta State University.
Sharyn E. McCrumb (ENGL) received the 2006 People's Choice Award for her novel St. Dale.
Frank J. McDonough (CHE) is operations manager, aquarius coating systems, for Hercules Inc.
Patricia E. Norris (AGEC) was named the Guyer/Seevers Chair in Natural Resource Conservation at Michigan State University.
Ronald A. Quinn (ARCH) opened an architecture firm, Q-DESIGN PLC.
Stephen A. Bloch (MATH) is an associate professor at Adelphi University and will teach Redesigning Introductory Computing in summer workshops.
J. Yost Conner Jr. (ARCH) is a partner with Patton Boggs LLP in Washington, D.C.
Terri F. Edwards (GEOG) is audience growth manager in the marketing department for the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Robert L. Holloman Jr. (IEOR) founded an engineering consulting firm, The Holloman Group LLC, and Kollege Kicks, a company that supplies sneakers bearing university logos.
Jeanne S. Hooper (MAED) assumed duties as the 1st Armored Division G4 in Wiesbaden, Germany.
David F. Kelley (EE) is associate professor in electrical engineering at Bucknell University.
Jeffrey E. Morse (MGT) is an associate at Booz Allen Hamilton and director for the South Riding Proprietary Board of Directors.
Mark S. Cartwright (MGT) is a supplier diversity manager for Virginia Tech.
Derrick B. Cave (CE) is senior vice president and office practice leader for Kimley-Horn and Associates.
Y. Ho Chang (CE) was appointed by Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine to the Transportation Accountability Commission.
William D. Grimm (CS) is principal of Deer Run Elementary School in East Haven, Conn.
John R. Kascenska II (EDPE) is the assistant academic dean at Lyndon State College in Vermont.
David B. Mahone (IEOR) was recognized for holding the Certified Safety Professional credential for 10 years.
J. Kevin McGraw (BIOL) was named among the nation's top 25 innovators in healthcare by Health Imaging and IT Magazine.
Ralph O. Mueller (EDRE) was named an American Council on Education Fellow.
Rodney P. Omps (ACCT) is vice president/chief financial officer for Color Spot Nurseries Inc. in California.
Mark G. Unterkofler (CE) is a senior structural engineer and a senior associate with Dewberry.
G. Shawn Ball (CE) is a project manager and transportation engineer and a senior associate with Dewberry.
Richard D. Hofrichter (ACCT) is a partner at Smart and Associates LLC.
Mitchell F. Johnson (CE) is director of technical services and an associate with Dewberry.
Roger N. Morris (MKED) is division superintendent for Patrick County Public Schools.
Mark G. Rinaldi (URPL) is chairman of the James City County Economic Development Authority.
A. Keith Shores (FIN) is senior vice president and treasurer at LPL Financial Services.
F. Allan Storning (MKTG) practices law in Washington, D.C.
Barbara M. Stromeyer (ACCT) is principal in real estate investments for The Carlyle Group.
D. Christopher Venable (ARCH) is an architectural department head with Spectrum Design.
Blair K. Williamson (ARCH) was appointed by Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine to the Transportation Accountability Commission.
Katrina W. Berger (HIST) received the Department of Transportation Gold Medal for Outstanding Achievement for her contributions during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
G. Matthew Butler (ARCH) and his firm are serving their second year on Hilton Hotels Architect's Roundtable.
Frank D. Conforti (HNF) was named an associate professor emeritus by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors.
Lisa L. Harvey (ACCT) is a CPA and a senior associate with Brown, Edwards & Co., LLP.
William R. Mack (CE) is senior engineer with Geo-Technology Associates Inc.
Anne L. Young (BED) received the Friend of the Virginia Veterinary Medical Association award for outstanding contributions to the profession of veterinary medicine in Virginia.
Susan R. Bremser (MATE) is project engineer with the treatment plant monitoring group at L.A. County Sanitation District.
John Dawson (FCD) is program director of foster care at Georgia SAFE in Atlanta.
Eugene J. Lowe III (MSCI) is the corporate director of strategic planning and corporate development for Milliken & Co.
Michael P. Maxwell (FIN) is on the board of directors of the National Association of Subrogation Professionals.
Christina M. Motley-Saunders (COMM), director of marketing communications for Vitech Corp., won five awards in the Virginia Press Women's 2007 Communications Contest.
D. Andrew Vess (COMM) is a team leader for recruiting and staffing at Cox Communications in Arizona.
Marc E. Ekstrand (MATE) is manager of quality control for AK Steel Corp.'s Middletown Works.
Travis J. Graham (ENGL) is a lawyer for a litigation team at Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore, LLP.
Michael S. Harvey (FIN) is vice president and assistant general counsel for Massey Energy Co.
Jeffrey M. Hubbard (SYSE) was awarded a U.S. patent for an optical parametric amplifier.
David A. Long (ESM) is director for strategy for the International Council on Systems Engineering.
Jennifer K. Martin (ART) had two sculptures juried in the Art Encounter 2007 and her mixed media painting, "Summer Heat," juried into the Manchester National Juried Fine Art Exhibition.
Marion Mason (FW) runs his own nature education business.
Kirstin R. Platt (GEOG) is GIS manager for the public works division of the City of Newport News, Va.
Brian K. Rehn (CE) received the 2007 Customer Service Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Juli I. Smith (ARCH) is principal in the healthcare division of RTKL Associates Inc.
Amy H. Bryant (COMM) wrote her first novel, Polly, published in January.
Sharon K. Dalton (MKTG) is manager, alliances and training, RFID/security for Global.
Kevin P. Davy (EDRE) was elected Fellow of the American Heart Association and the Council for High Blood Pressure Research.
Francis W. Guy (COMM) received three bi-state awards for his news photography at Station CN2 in South Carolina.
Larry W. Hasson Jr. (ARCH) is an associate with Dewberry.
Lawrence E. Johns (ARCH) is a registered architect in Virginia with Hayes, Seay, Mattern & Mattern.
Sudhir Singh (BFIN) received the Regent's Faculty Award for Public Service from the Maryland Board of Regents.
Rodney W. Chapin (ENE) is a shareholder with R.W. Beck Inc.
Greta N. Hernandez (ENGL) is a church planter and community outreach person.
Michele Hinn (PSYC), an adjunct professor at the University of Illinois, is chair of a special interest group that develops video games for the disabled through the International Game Developers Association.
Mani Homayoun (ME) is a failure analysis program manager at Intel Corp. in Oregon.
Amy E. Pospichal (PHIL) received the Alsup-Frierson Fellowship for Excellence in Biblical Studies and Hermeneutics.
Milton G. Bartley Jr. (HIST) is a partner with ImageQuest, LLC, in Nashville, Tenn.
James G. Bell (ME) received a J.D. with honors from George Washington University.
Ann W. Bowden (ARCH) earned LEED accreditation and is employed with Clark Nexsen.
Christopher L. Curfman (BIOL) was named to Georgia Super Lawyers--Rising Stars by Law & Politics.
Susan W. Evans (MATH), who teaches mathematics at Rural Retreat High School, was named Virginia's 2007 Teacher of the Year.
Jeffrey W. Ganthner (CE) is a project manager for Hayes, Seay, Mattern & Mattern Inc.
Caryn L. Gervasoni (MATH) is assistant controller with Medical Solutions Inc.
C. Patrick Hogeboom IV (CE) was selected as the Eastern Region Cadet Command's Recruiting Operations Officer of the Year.
Gregory M. Jarvis (HIDM) is the sports information director at Meredith College in Raleigh, N.C.
Keith M. Johnston (CE) is regional manager of the mid-Atlantic regional office for Sauer Inc.
Emmanuel D. Lucia (PHIL) was commissioned to display his design of fiberglass fish, "Star Radio Fish," in his hometown art exhibit.
Anita T. Mack (HIST) is a C-130 evaluator navigator for the U.S. Air Force.
James S. McKenzie (MUS) is an executive officer of the U.S. Army Europe Band and Chorus and had a work premiered by the Dallas Wind Symphony.
Paul A. McNulty II (IS) is vice president of global services for Juniper Networks in Sunnyvale, Calif.
Christopher M. Olds (CHE) joined the law firm of Bradley Arant Rose & White, LLP, and is a member of the construction and procurement practice group.
Alice V. Osborn (FIN), who earned an M.A. in English from North Carolina State University, published a book of poetry, Right Lane Ends.
David R. Schmiel (ME) is a software engineering section manager for L-3 Communications Marine Systems.
Natasha R. Smith (FCD) is teaching a multiage class at Taegu American School in Taegu, South Korea.
Robert L. Smith (FPR) is interim associate dean of the College of Natural Resources at Virginia Tech.
Michael A. Szymanski (BIOL) is quality assurance site manager for GSKBiologicals in Marietta, Penn.
Peter M. Unger (MGT) is director of business and information at KIPP Houston High School and the statistician for the Houston Texans, Houston Comets, and Houston Rockets.
Dawn O. Azua (PSYC) is a supervisor of media productions for Professional Association of Diving Instructors.
Scott D. Bailey (MATH) is an honors teacher for Math 8 and Algebra I at Powhatan County, Va., Public Schools.
Brian J. Biggi (MSE) received an M.S. in information management from Stevens Institute of Technology and is a senior engineer for Lockheed Martin.
Christopher T. Case (ARCH) is a project architect and an associate with The Freelon Group Architects.
Jodi M. Coblentz (ME) is the first female president of the Indiana Association of County Highway Engineers and Supervisors.
Samantha Ewens (CE) is a building code consultant for the engineering division of the North Carolina Department of Insurance, Office of the State Fire Marshal.
Richard T. Fuller (EDVT) is a teacher with Richmond, Va., Public Schools.
Bethany T. Little (PSCI) is director of client success services technology for Convio Inc.
Angela J. Palazzolo (IS) is vice-consul at the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw, Poland.
Daniel C. Shoemaker (GEOG) earned an M.B.A. from McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.
David A. Stanley (ART) is a graphic designer in University Relations/Publications at Virginia Tech.
Christopher L. White (BC) is partner and president of a construction company, W&G Construction Co.
Anthony F. Ambrogi (COMM) is director of admissions at Randolph-Macon College.
Michael F. Bianchin (ENGL) is a neuroscience sales trainer for Eli Lilly and Co.
Peter D. Bradley (FCD), who teaches in marriage and family programs at Texas Woman's University, opened a therapy practice, Cross Timbers Family Therapy, in Flower Mound, Texas.
Nathan R. Butler (ARCH), associate principal for C.T. Hsu + Associates, is vice chairman of the Central Florida Builders Exchange.
Jennifer L. Casstevens (MKTG) co-owns Velocity Travel, which handles travel arrangements for NASCAR teams.
Sarah E. Jessie (FCD) was appointed to the policies and procedures committee by Virginia's Department of Criminal Justice Services Office of Campus Policing and Security.
Kashif W. Mir (CE) is a senior civil engineer with DY Consultants.
Charles L. Moore Jr. (CE) is a major in the active duty Army National Guard in Belvoir, Va.
Charles W. Pace Jr. (ACCT) is vice president for BB&T's wealth management.
Jason D. Voigt (CHE) received an M.B.A. from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Roger T. Williams (EE) is vice president of sales for Massey Energy Co.
Jason R. Brindel (CPE) received the RTI Science and Engineering Award, the NASA Turning Goals into Reality Award, and the NASA-Langley Center Team Award.
Jason A. Cecil (BIOL) is president of the Young Democrats of Georgia.
Latorial D. Faison (ENGL) published a book of poems, 28 Days of Poetry Celebrating Black History.
Kristi S. Gooden (COMM) is public relations manager for Baptist Hospital in Nashville, Tenn.
Kevin M. Lang (MINE) is manager of engineering for the Southern California division of Southwest Gas Corp.
Ellen N. Lankey (COMM) is an IT consultant with CapTech Ventures in Richmond, Va.
Jennifer L. Pullinger (MKTG) is a freelance writer and publicist of books and independent films.
Sean P. Smyth (MSCI), a member of the PGA, works at Lebanon Country Club.
James D. Cary III (ARCH) is an associate with NCG Architects Inc. in Atlanta.
Stephanie J. Corbin (COMM) is a medic for the Spotsylvania County Department of Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Management.
Matthew E. Hackworth (COMM) is an interpretation specialist with Church World Service in New York.
Tracy S. Hall (PAPA) is director of external affairs for Focus: HOPE in Detroit.
Jean H. Huang (CEEN) is a lead project manager and an associate with Dewberry.
Andrew B. Johnson (MSE) has a materials engineering position with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in Rockville, Md.
James W. Lanham III (ELPS) is director of licensure for the Virginia Department of Education.
Jonathan E. Lee (HIST) is director of development and marketing for the Salvation Army in Roanoke, Va.
David H. Scanlan III (BIOL) received an M.D. from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Whitney N. Anderson (IS) is Internet communications manager at Roanoke College.
Kimberly S. Cary (APSC) is practicing small animal medicine at Paces Ferry Veterinary Clinic in Atlanta.
Monica T. Clevenger (FIN) is assistant vice president for BB&T Corp.
Merrill S. Demian (ARCH) is co-leader and principal of the urban design and planning studio at SmithGroup in Washington, D.C.
Douglas P. Jeremiah (CEEN) earned a J.D. from the University of North Carolina School of Law and is a construction lawyer with Conner Gwyn Schenck PLLC in North Carolina.
Ryan B. McDonough (HIDM) is an associate at Hillier Architecture in New Jersey.
Havalah M. Neboschick (PSYC) is senior policy advisor for Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich Jr.
Troy C. Patton (OE) is vice president of technology at Vestas Corp. in Denmark.
Edward W. Stakem III (ME) is a staff engineer for Draper Aden Associates in Charlottesville, Va.
James P. Caudill (ECON) is president of own company, IT Sense LLC, a consulting firm.
Kimberley S. Crannis (PAPA) is chief of police for Blacksburg, Va.
Brian T. Garrett (FORS) is assistant survey manager for Anderson & Associates.
Jared H. Love (FIN) received an M.B.A. from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia.
Aaron L. McClung (HIST), who received an M.B.A. from the University of Richmond, is vice president for Westham Capital Partners Inc., an investment firm.
Brenna C. Runyon (HIDM) is a senior technical recruiter with RS Information Systems Inc. in McLean, Va.
Amy M. Smarr (HIDM) is a property maintenance and zoning enforcement inspector for Fairfax County, Va.
Sonya M. Weitenbeck (FIN) is vice president of leasing for Chase Auto Finance.
Andrea L. Williams (PSYC) earned the certified meeting professional designation from the Convention Industry Council.
Kristin G. Bryant (PSYC) is a licensed lawyer in Virginia.
Carey Buxton (EE) is a National Intelligence Fellows Award winner.
Melanie Griffin-Hamlin (FCD) received an M.Ed. in elementary education from Virginia State University.
Matthew D. Harlan (CE) is a structural engineer with Clark Nexsen.
Simon J. Juska (ARCH) is an associate with DeStefano + Partners.
Steven Stowers (ARCH) is president-elect of the Savannah, Ga., chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
Bradley D. Townsend (CE) acquired the professional engineering license for Virginia.
Rusty Anderson (EE) acquired the professional engineering license for Virginia.
Sharnnia Artis (ISE) was named Virginia Tech's Graduate Woman of the Year.
Brian M. Bower (ARCH), a project manager with Thor Inc., had a recent project receive a Best of 2006 Award of Merit from Mid-Atlantic Construction magazine.
Kristin E. Crosby (BIT) opened a wedding supply store, I Do Wedding Essentials, in Leesburg, Va.
Brent M. Decker (ME) earned an M.S. in engineering management from Old Dominion University.
Joshua K. Harrell (FORS) is a portfolio analyst for Forest Investment Associates.
Scott D. Krogh (HIST) is a museum historical interpreter at Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation.
Janet S. Luc (HNFE) is a school nutrition programs specialist in Richmond, Va.
Erik T. Necciai (BIOL) received a J.D. from Thomas M. Cooley Law School.
Brennan E. Shepard (PSCI) is the graduate student representative on the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors.
Jackson M. Spain (GEOL) is an asbestos abatement designer and asbestos inspector for Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon.
Kenneth S. Tooley (LAR) is manager of LandDesign in the Charlotte, N.C., office.
Allison H. Tooley (LAR) is manager of LandDesign in the Charlotte, N.C., office.
Stephen T. Andes (ACIS) serves in the West Virginia House of Delegates.
Michael A. Cummins (ME), a chassis design release engineer for Cadillac vehicles for General Motors, received an M.B.A. from Indiana's Kelley School of Business.
Amanda L. Curling (APSC) received a D.V.M. from Ross University.
Joshua T. Drumwright (BIT) is a senior consultant in the technology risk practice with Protiviti Ltd. in London.
Brian Fulton (MATH) teaches mathematics at High Point University.
Macel L. Hubbard (PSCI) is a judicial clerk for Roanoke City Circuit Court.
John J. Talerico III (EE) is a licensed associate for Virginia Tech Intellectual Properties Inc.
Michael G. Temple (ARCH) is a licensed architect in California and a LEED Accredited Professional.
Margaret D. Woosnam (HIDM), who received a doctorate from Clemson University, is assistant professor of historic architecture, interiors, and furnishings at the University of Georgia.
Christen E. Barber (COMM) is an account executive for DBC Public Relations Experts in Washington, D.C.
Kristin L. Benson (COMM) is a safety officer in the Office of Self Insurance for the City of Newport News, Va.
Marcus L. Branch (PSCI) is treasurer of Princeton Theological Seminary's student government.
Kenneth W. Chen (ECON) spent three weeks volunteering in an Ghanaian village with Global Volunteers.
Ryan D. Eaves (ENSC) is the stormwater management coordinator for the Athens-Clarke County, Ga., Unified Government's Department of Transportation and Public Works.
Adam P. Grindstaff (FIN) is a financial center manager for BB&T.
Karen L. Jordan (IDST) received a J.D. from Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Va.
Rebecca L. Kearney (HNFE) is a physician assistant at St. Luke's Hospital in Bethlehem, Penn.
Keara A. Murphy (HTM) is sales director for Mary Kay Cosmetics and the youngest pink Cadillac owner in Virginia.
Rebecca M. Shaver (ACIS) is a real estate appraiser for the City of Roanoke, Va.
Malise A. Tepera (IS) is finishing a two-year tour with the Peace Corps in Moldova.
Eric M. Young (BIOL), who received a masters in health adminstration from Virginia Commonwealth University, is manager of projects and service excellence at Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center in Midlothian, Va.
Elizabeth A. Campbell (ARCH) works for Loeble Schlossman & Hackl.
George M. Harvey III (CE) is a project engineer for Draper Aden Associates.
Bret A. Herrala (BIT) designs and makes "souped-up" golf carts.
Melih Madanoglu (HTM) is an assistant professor of resort and hospitality management at Florida Gulf Coast University.
Stephanie A. Klaus (CE) is a staff engineer for Draper Aden Associates in Charlottesville, Va.
Richard L. Shelton (BAD) is an associate with Dewberry.
'69 William E. Woodson and Patricia Anne Deller, 5/23/06.
'84 Joseph R. Ferguson Jr., a son, 10/31/06.