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CLASS NOTES


1967 The city of Rock Hill honored Catawba resident Cynthia Plair Roddey during the 2019 Freedom Walkway Local Heroes for Justice and Equality event. Roddey was recognized for her trailblazing and pioneering spirit as Winthrop’s first African-American student.


1972 “Voices Still Heard, Dreams Still Believed, Scenes Still Viewed” is a creative nonfiction short story published by Rock Hill resident Doris Ezell-Schmitz.


1973


Betty Creamer of Desert Hot Springs, California, is the first recipient of the Dorothy Anne Honeychurch Award for Women’s Leadership.


1974


Conway resident Priscilla Wyman Fuller retired as the chief compliance officer for Services for the UnderServed.


1987 The Walt Schrader Environmental Educator of the Year Award, given by York County, was presented to Susan “Missy” Stringfellow of Rock Hill. Stringfellow is a fifth- grade teacher at York Road Elementary School.


1990 Columbia resident Lisa Graham Brooks is the magnet lead teacher at Nursery Road Elementary School-Arts Magnet.


1997


George Austin of Alpharetta, Georgia, completed his doctorate in public administration.


“The Golden Rules of Social Media Marketing” is a book authored by Heather Heuman of Columbia.


Let Us Hear from You!


Do you have a new job, were recently married, welcomed a baby or experienced another life-changing event that you would like to share with the Winthrop family?


If so, please let us know by submitting the alumni update form which can be found at www.winthrop.edu/alumniupdate.


1998


Michael Patrick of Hanahan is the director of business intelligence and analytics at Allen Lund Company.


Woodstock, Georgia, resident Robert Tidwell, an attorney, was selected by the city council to be the new lead municipal judge.


22 2003


The Summerville Journal Scene featured Mount Pleasant resident Marie Connelly for her work with STEAM initiatives as the instruction technology specialist at Joseph Pye Elementary School.


2005


Phoenix City, Alabama, resident Jamie Spanner, a fifth grade social studies and math teacher at Key Elementary, received the Kinetic Credit Union Golden Apple Award.


2006


Julie Pigg of Jefferson was nomi- nated by her peers as the 2019-20 Reading Teacher of the Year at Bethune Elementary School.


2008


Dana Stachowiak of Greensboro, North Carolina, is director of the Women’s Studies and Resource Center at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.


2009


The New American Paintings publication featured Baton Rouge, Louisiana, artist Luke Atkinson.


2017


Bryan Mobley of Charlotte, North Carolina, received his Master of Science in higher education admin- istration from Capella University.


Roman Vitanza of Arlington, Texas, received the Major Howell Balsem Public Affairs Exceptional Achieve- ment Award in digital media.


MARRIAGES


Frances (JoAn) Smith-Floyd ’60 to Charles Floyd


Bridget Baucom Latimer ’69 to Larry Geddie


Thomas McCullough III ’92 to Cindy K. McCullough


Jennifer Nance Austin ’98 to David Kempka


Pamela Clair Britt ’02 to Steve Roberts


Amanda Renee Mings ’04 to Randy Gardner


Santana Lashanda Davis ’07 to Marisse Kennedy


Trent Stuart Erving ’09 and Brooke Nicole Alberson ’13


Deonna Nicole McNeill ’10 to Gregory Okotie


Kathryn (Katie) Amy Boseman ’12 to David Johnson


Victoria (Tori) Louise McLean ’12 to Michael Good


Mary Katherine Stevens ’12 to Wally Bright


Rachel Elizabeth Stokes ’14 to Mark Alan Starnes


Mark Randall Walker ’14 to Julianne Betsill ’15


Samantha White Basciano ’16 to Frankie Basciano


Caroline Nicole Cody ’16 to Andrew Blackwood


Kaylin Genna Gragg ’16 to Ryan Staub


Emma Laurent Stanton ’17 to Nolan Thaddeus Gregory ’18


Morgan Brent Anderson ’18 to Alan Parker


Katelyn Elaine Arledge ’19 to Luke Christopher Johnson ’19


23 BIRTHS


Elizabeth Dimond Cornine ’04, a daughter, Evie Cornine, Oct. 2019


Stacey Singleton Whitfield ’04, ’05, twin son and daughter, Keith (KJ) Whitfield Jr. and Kamille Whitfield, Aug. 1, 2019


Courtney Callahan-Griffin ’05, a son, Gage Callahan-Griffin, Sept. 19, 2019


Patrick (Ollie) Jefferson ’07 and Jemia Keels Jefferson ’08, a daughter, Sage Olivia Jefferson, Nov. 2018


Kelly Danielle Johnson ’08, a son, Braxton Alphonso Taylor, Nov. 30, 2019


MILESTONES


Justin Curtis Meade ’08, a son, Bo Meade, April 2019


Lauren Westfall Edmonds ’09 and Michael (Mike) David Edmonds ’08, a daughter, Margaret Edmonds, April 2019


Emily Burton Studebaker ’10 and Brandon Lee Studebaker ’08, a daughter, Presley Elizabeth Studebaker, Oct. 16, 2019


Muri Mata Howle ’11, a daughter, Madelynn Howle, Sept. 2018


Blair Ligon McCraney ’11, a daughter, Grace Auten McCraney, Sept. 11, 2019


Lindsay Johnson Miller ’11, ’13, a son, Landon Miller, Feb. 2019


Andrea McMaster Walters ’11 and Mitchell (Cam) Walters ’12, a son, Harper Mac Walters, Dec. 6, 2019


Kristen Harris Cochran ’12, a son, Hudson Louis Cochran, Sept. 9, 2019


Taylor Hicks Davis ’15, a daughter, Oliva June Davis, Sept. 25, 2019


Allison Lawrence Roesler ’15 and Thomas Roesler ’16, a daughter, Elaina Roesler, 2019


LaPorche (Porche’) Stevenson ’15, a son, Mason Allen, Aug. 2019


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