Pamela Bell (AS ’71, ’83) performed in the cast of “Motherhood Out Loud” presented online by Winchester Little Theatre from May 9 to May 16. (Pictured to the left.)
Karen Newell (HP ’88, ’07) was appointed executive director for the Good Samaritan Free Clinic in Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Kristi Titus (AS ’99) was featured in a Washington Post article called “When squirrels lose their mothers, this Virginia woman steps up.” Titus spends a lot of her time caring for baby squirrels.
Jonathan Noyalas (AS ’01) presented “The Backbone: A Presentation on the Life of James H. Ruebush” on April 28, via Zoom. (Pictured to the right.)
Karen Keating (C ’02) and Robert Larson (C ’08) recently received the honor of designation of professor emeritus, while Byron Jones (C ’04) was promoted to full professor by the Shenandoah University Board of Trustees.
Travis Stoner (AS ’02, HP ’05) and his wife, Jennifer, welcomed a daughter, Abigail Grace, on April 13, 2021. (Pictured to the left.)
Patrick D. McCoy (C ’05) had a live, virtual conversation with world-renowned composer and conductor John Rutter as a part of The Maestro Series on his radio talk show “Across the Arts.”
Judith Stambaugh (HP ’05, ’09, ’10) was chosen as the 2021 Advanced Practice Provider of the Year for the Carroll Hospital Center in Westminster, Maryland, and she was also named one of The Maryland Daily Record’s 2021 Healthcare Hero as a COVID-19 Hero.
Bebhinn Egger Rowland (C ’12) adopted a daughter, Chloe Ann, on March 25, 2020. (Pictured to the right.)
Matthew Griffin (AS ’12) and Renoula Jones Griffin (AS ’11, B ’11) welcomed a son, Bennett Scott, on April 3, 2021. (Pictured to the left.)
Joshua McCauley (AS ’14) was named the new campus minister at Old Dominion University for the United Methodist Church.
Byron Mitchell (AS ’14, EL ’20) has been hired to teach exceptional education at Lightridge High School in Aldie, Virginia.
Kayce Godwin (HP ’15) has joined the technical staff of Minnesota United FC as an assistant athletic trainer.
Dot Kelly (C ’18) will pass the title of Miss Virginia over to a new winner this summer; Kelly served as Miss Virginia in 2019 and 2020. (Pictured to the right.)
Michael Kennedy (C ’18) serves as an office assistant for the Office of Senator Mike McGuire in Sacramento, California. (Pictured to the left.)
Timothy Steis’ (C ’18) guitar recital streamed live on April 20, 2021, from the Collins Recital Hall in the Hamel Music Center at Mead Witter School of Music in Madison, Wisconsin.
Laura Pearson (B ’19) serves as a compliance coordinator for the University of North Carolina Wilmington. (Pictured to the right.)
Caitlin Morgan (N ’20) is a certified nurse midwife at the St. Joseph’s Center for Women’s Health in Buckhannon, West Virginia.
Roxy Ruddle MacKenzie (D ’41) passed away on April 2, 2021. Roxy worked for the U.S. Soil Conservation Service, the post office, as an assistant postmaster and a postmaster, and then later as a substitute teacher. She was a lifelong member of Donovan Memorial United Methodist Church in Singers Glen, Virginia. She is survived by her four children, six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Rosa Lee “Rosie” Miller Early (D ’46) passed away on Dec. 24, 2018. Rosie worked for James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, but was also an accomplished musician. She played the organ for St. James United Methodist Church for more than 30 years. She and her husband, Bob, spent many hours of their 67 year marriage on the road with the Antique Car Club of America. She is survived by her two children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and siblings.
Corina Fountain (AS ’89) passed away on Oct. 13, 2018. Corina was a lifelong churchgoer and was one of the first Black educators at Rappahannock Elementary School, where she taught until 1979. After her retirement, she served as a professor at Morris Brown College in Sumter, South Carolina. She is survived by her children and her grandchildren.