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West, Lane
& Schlager
Advisors LLC
recently in a
national realty publication as having
negotiated new leases on behalf
of five clients in the Washington,
D.C. Metropolitan Region. The
clients are Middlebury College,
Excel Services Corp., Bocarsly
Emden Cowan Esmail & Arndt LLP,
Precision Meetings & Events, and
Chorus America.
Juliet Pruitt
graduated from UAB
this past December with a master
of art education degree. She is
now working as an art teacher
for Lincoln Elementary School in
Morgan Stephens
of Jackson,
Miss., formerly of Tuscaloosa, has
joined the staff as a law clerk for
Judge James D. Maxwell II. He
earned a law degree from the
University of Mississippi School
of Law.
Shannon Keough Stevens
joined the law firm of Fitzpatrick,
Cella, Harper & Scinto in NewYork
City as a patent litigation associate.
Dr. Caitlin ElizabethWainscott
graduated from the University
of South Alabama College of
Medicine in May 2012 with an MD
and is completing her residency
training in pediatrics at the
University of Florida in Jacksonville.
W. James Pandelis
is living in
Omihachiman-Shi, Japan, teaching,
composing music, and doing
creative artwork for ELF English
School. He’s written music
and drawn art that’s been used
in educational Youtube videos
that are seen all over the world.
English teachers in China and
South America use them and have
commented on them. Pandelis is
currently helping compose music
for ELF’s second CD of kid’s songs.
The ELF teaching and learning
materials company is based in
Rev. Miriam Smith
is the new
associate pastor at Alabaster First
United Methodist Church. Smith
graduated from Duke Divinity
School in Durham, N.C, where she
obtained postgraduate degrees in
divinity and social work. Over the
past several years, she has served
with many ministries, including a
rural food pantry and the United
Methodist Children’s Home.
This past summer,
moved to Washington,
D.C. to attend Georgetown
University. She is a student in
the master’s program as well as a
teaching fellow in the Community
Scholars program.
Abigail Gatlin
Cleveland, Tenn., performed at
this year’s Radio City Christmas
Spectacular. Gatlin began
auditioning for the Rockettes at
age 19. Her last audition was last
May in NewYork City. In June, she
received the call to join the cast as
a Radio City Rockette in NewYork.
Jacob Coley
is now working
at Dixon Hughes Goodman, a
nationally recognized accounting
firm, in Raleigh, N.C.
the staff
of Indian
School as
associate in August. She assists
with special events, alumni
relations, and fundraising as part of
the development team. “I would
like to thank BSC for preparing me
for this opportunity,” she wrote.
Amy Sessions
is a Fulbright
fellow for the 2012-13 academic
year at the École Polytechnique
Fédérale de Lausanne in Lausanne,
Switzerland. She conducts
cancer research in the Laboratory
of Lymphatics and Cancer
Bioengineering there. Following
the Fulbright, Sessions will attend
medical school at UAB and plans
to enter the field of international
medicine and biomedical research.
Rogers High School in Florence
recently welcomed new Pirates
baseball head coach
. Mitchell was a four- year
letterman at Mississippi State
University. He played on two SEC
championship teams, one College
World Series team, and was
named to the All-SEC tournament
team in 1990. Mitchell was an
assistant baseball coach at BSC.
Erin Regan Pennington ’99
Richard Lynn Jones, June 22,
James Ross Beshear ’02
Katherine Brevard Mears, Sept.
29, 2012.
Allison Christen Hargett ’04
Timothy England, April 28, 2012.
Sara Helen Boohaker ’05
Matthew Glenn Willette, June
30, 2012.
Starting a rural health career
Wyman (Wil) Gilmore
III ‘11
(second from left), who earned his master’s degree in rural
community health while completing his first year in the University of
Alabama Rural Medical Scholars Program, received recognition at a
convocation in Tuscaloosa last spring to honor his RMSP class. Pictured
with him are his parents, Cindy and Wyman Gilmore Jr., and Dr. John
Brandon (far right), medical director of the UA Rural Medical Scholars
Program. Approximately 10 students per year are accepted into the
five-year program. Gilmore entered medical school at UAB in the fall to
complete the Rural Medical Scholars Program and to earn his MD. He
hopes to return to his hometown of Grove Hill, Ala., as a primary care
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