Engagements & Marriages R
care administrative assis- tant at Westhills Village in Rapid City.
Katie Lakner, Class of ’05, and Brent Dill, Class of ’06, were married July 21, 2006. Katie is a third- grade teacher and Brent is a second-grade teacher at Guamani Private School in Guayama, Puerto Rico.
Katie Lembcke, Class of ’05, and Nathan Allart will marry Sept. 1, 2007. Katie is employed with the Spearfish Police Department.
Jessica Mort, Class of ’05, and Christopher Carlin, attended, were married July 29, 2006. Jessica is a science instructor and volleyball coach. Christopher is finishing his bachelor's degree in history at the University of North Texas in Fort Worth. The couple lives in Haltom City, Texas.
Megan Martin, Class of’ 05, and Bryan Linn, Class of ’06, were mar- ried June 24, 2006. Megan is a human resource specialist at Midland National Life in Sioux Falls. Bryan is a social studies teacher.
Faye Price, Class of ’05,
achel Adams-Howard, Class of '00, is now creative services video editor for FOX Entertainment in
Rachel, who works in the promo- tions department, spends most of her time creating commercials for the Florida Panthers, Tampa Bay Lightning, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Florida Marlins, Orlando Magic, Miami Heat, fishing shows and various college sports.
Rachel, who began an internship at KNBN in Rapid City the day after she graduated in 2000, found she was more interested in the behind-the-scenes aspect of television.
Adams-Howard creates promos for Florida sports
The sunshine and change of pace of Florida seemed to be calling her. When fellow BHSU alumni Jen Chrans suggested she make the move to Florida, Rachel jumped at the opportunity. Rachel worked with Jen as an event planner for a major Florida marketing company for about a year and notes that her experience with the University Programming Team (UP) at BHSU and her public relations classes were instrumental in this endeavor. She later accepted her current position at FOX Sports. Rachel says that BHSU prepared her for the positions she’s had and adds that her experience in student
activities was helpful. At BHSU Rachel gained experience at the campus radio station, at the campus televi- sion station, and through residence hall government. She also dedicated a great deal of time to the UP Team and the Today Newspaper.
and Tim Haggar were married Dec. 30, 2006. Faye is a third-grade teacher for Rapid City School District. The cou- ple lives in Piedmont.
Hallie Schofield, Class of ’05, and Nick Konst were married Jan. 21, 2006. Hallie is the office manager for Ronald G. Mann, D.D.S. The couple lives in Philip.
Chelsey Anderson, Class of ’06, and Brian Ewald, Class of ’03, were married May 28, 2006. Chelsey is attending nursing school. Brian is a system administrator for BHSU.
Jessica Cahoy, Class of ’06, and Jeremy Kroon, Class of ’05, married June 30, 2007. The couple currently attend SDSU.
Lisa Cornelius, Class of ’06, married Jesse Huschle Aug. 18, 2006. Lisa is a cellular sales representative.
Adam DeGroot, Class of ’06, married Melissa Nichols May 27, 2007. The couple cur- rently attends Concordia Theological Seminary.
Eric Elder, Class of ’06, and Jill Tolsma, were married May 27, 2006.
Eric is a history teacher at St. Thomas More High School in Rapid City.
Robin Gregory, Class of ’06, and Gary Ashley were married Feb. 24, 2007, in Rapid City with a second cer- emony March 3, 2007 in Mazatlan, Mexico. Robin is a secretary/dis- patcher.
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