Tim Hubbard (’81) has accepted a call to Seminary Baptist Church as
senior pastor. Tim is married to Melanie (Huff) Hubbard (’82).
Lilly Jolly (’82) and Warren Landis were married on May 7, 2011.
Lilly is employed with Central Mississippi Regional Library System as
a children’s librarian. The couple lives in Brandon.
David Jacks (‘98) and Julie Magee Jacks (‘98) have recently moved to
Lake Charles, La., with their children Abbey, Dawson, and Sydney
Caroline. David is serving as minister of education and youth at
First Baptist Church of Lake Charles. Julie is employed by Memorial
Hospital as a nurse in labor and delivery. Their new ministry follows
service at Calvary Baptist in Hattiesburg since 2002.
Chad C. Davis (’99 & ’01) has joined Citizens Bank as vice president
and loan officer at the Bellevue Branch. Chad is a member of The
Venue Church in Hattiesburg, where he serves as the pastor of
teaching and vision.
Laura Anne Marshall (’00) and her husband Bryan announce the
birth of their son, Maddox Leigh Marshall, who was born on June
Maddox was welcomed home by big sister, Meri Morgan.
Laura and Bryan are currently living in Brandon, where Laura is a
counselor at Brandon Middle School.
Danna Ridout Trotter (’01), former teacher in Waveland-Bay School
District from 98-07 and former Teacher of the Year for 2006-2007, is
now teaching K-6th physical education in Prince George’s County
Public Schools in Maryland. She is the chairman of the School
Wellness Council, which represents Healthy Schools in Maryland.
Danna lives in Upper Marlboro, Md.
Rochelle Jackson Dahmer (’03) was named the 2011 Mississippi
Humanities Teacher of the Year. Rochelle works as developmental
English instructor at Jones County Junior College and serves on the
Mississippi Association for Developmental Education Advisory Board.
She and husband Phillip have two children, Melissa Alana and
Laura Hudson Cameron (‘04 &’05) and husband, Lee, announce the
birth of their second child, Eva Rose Cameron, born on February 19,
Eva Rose weighed 6 pounds and 11 ounces.
Casey Williams (’05) received the Master of Divinity from New
Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and now serves as minister
to students at Temple Baptist Church in Ruston, La. Kate Waters
Williams (’05) received the Master of Arts from the University
of Southern Mississippi in public relations and now serves as
director of church donor relations for Louisiana Methodist
Children’s Home. In March 2010, the Williams welcomed their
daughter Chandler Grace. In September of the same year, they
adopted daughter Ayla Marina, 10, from Ukraine.
Josiah Burns (’06) received the Robert E. Hauberg Award from
Mississippi College School of Law during its annual Law Day
ceremony. The award is given to a student with the highest average in
Heather White (’06) and Todd Aultman were married on January 15,
at the Bunker Hill Baptist Church in Columbia. Heather, who
graduated summa cum laude, studied at Kansas State University
of Medicine and Biosciences. She currently serves as a resident
physician at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.