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Becky (Holloway) Johns, '91, is the author of the children's book, God Made Me
Washable (godmademewashable.com).
(See story on page 10.)
Travis Miller, '96, serves as president and
CEO of Travis Miller Homes, LLC, a specialty home builder located in southwest
Missouri. His company received a 2018
Best of Houzz Service Award. He and his
wife, Lisa (Guinn) Miller, '96, live in Nixa,
Missouri.

Todd Frye, '04, serves as operations
director for the Hope Venture, a nonprofit
organization in Lincoln, Nebraska, that
engages in compassion-based projects
emphasizing better education, health,
clothing, and shelter for children, orphans,
and those in need in sub-Saharan Africa
and the Indian subcontinent.
Keith Gaboury, '08, is a preschool
teacher and a published poet in Oakland,
California (keithmgaboury.com).
Bob Garven, '07 MLA, serves as an
assistant professor at the United States
Army Command and General Staff College in Leavenworth, Kansas.

Sergeant Major Tony Rider
Tony Rider, '93, will retire soon as a
Sergeant Major in the USMC, capping a
30-year career. He is one of four Sergeant
Majors sitting on the promotion board
panel to select the staff noncommissioned
officers for promotion in the Marine Corps
Reserve for 2019.

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Megan Brokaw, '07, and Sam Coffey, '09,
welcomed a daughter, Elora Fae
Coffey-Brokaw on Nov. 28, 2018.
Jeff Carter, '08 MAEd, a teacher in the
St. Joseph (Missouri) School District, was
awarded a James Madison Fellowship by
Congress. This is regarded as the most
prestigious award for a secondary social
studies teacher and includes a $24,000
scholarship toward a master's degree in
American history. He will spend a month
next summer studying at Georgetown
University in Washington, D.C.

Robert Gilkerson, '02, was named assistant director of field service at Northern
Lights Council, Boy Scouts of America, in
Bismarck, North Dakota, Oct. 16, 2018.
He and his wife, Carrie (Robinson), '02,
have three children: Baden, 15; Ella, 12;
and Abby, 5.
Margaret Kramar, '03, wrote a memoir
about parenting a child with a disability
who eventually dies. Searching for Spenser was published by Anamcara Press in
November 2018 (anamcara-press.com/
searching-for-spenser).
Sarah (Turpen) Mata, '05 BSN, earned
a master's degree and now serves as a
family nurse practitioner at the Atchison
Community Health Clinic.
Anna McCullough, '02, returned to Baker
in August 2018 as assistant director of
international and transfer recruitment in
the Office of Admissions.
Ryan Nichols, '04, and his wife, Courtney,
welcomed a son, Fletcher, on July 28,
2018. Ryan is the music teacher at Baldwin Elementary School Primary Center in
Baldwin City.

LaKeisha (Martin) Payne, '09 BSN, has
worked in cardiac, critical care ICU, and
primary care nursing over the last 10
years. She currently works at the Fort
Worth (Texas) VA Outpatient Clinic.
Molly Schlobohm, '09 MBA, was promoted to chief operating officer of Argosy
Cruises, based in Seattle, Washington.
Britt (Strick) Sherer, '07, ran the Boston
Marathon in April.
Jodie Smith, '07 BSN, serves as the
Mayo Health Clinic System I-35 primary care and medical specialty NP/PA
supervisor in Owatonna, Minnesota. She
earned a Master of Science in Nursing in
2011 and a Doctor of Nursing Practice in
2018 from the University of Kansas.
Dr. Sarah (Church) Vossoughi, '04 BSN,
is in a fellowship program at Columbia
University College of Physicians and
Surgeons and completing her clinical pathology residency at Columbia University
Medical Center in New York. Vossoughi
has served as a military officer and nurse
in the United States Air Force in South
Korea, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
Hannah (Eagleman) White, '09, serves
as a licensed professional counselor and
school psychological examiner for Springfield (Missouri) Public Schools. She also
teaches courses in the counseling master's program at Missouri State University.
Darryl Winegar, '02 MBA, was appointed
to the Missouri Health Facilities Review
Committee. He is the COO for Midwest
Block and Brick in Jefferson City, Missouri, where he has more than 22 years
of experience in various roles. He serves
as chairman of the National Concrete
Masonry Association and is a member
of the Cultural Arts Foundation Board of
Directors.

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