Allen "Trey" ('05) and Keisha
('04) Spangler recently
moved to Silver Creek, Miss.,
where Trey serves as pastor
at Calvary Baptist Church.
Trey and Keisha have two
children, Annie, 1, and
Nathan, 2.
Emerson (’06 & ’08) and
Ginger (’99 & ’08) Toledo
announce the birth of their
first child, Jonathan Emerson.
Jonathan Emerson was born
March 5, 2013, and weighed
8 lbs. 6 oz. Emerson is the
logistics manager for key
accounts at WNC Satcom
Group, and Ginger enjoys
staying home with their son.
The family lives in Petal.
Kevin Boone (’08) created
a World War II Monopoly
game to teach his World
Geography class more about
World War II. The game is
now produced by USAopoly
and on shelves at the New
Orleans World War II
Museum.
Kourtney W. Hollingsworth
(’08) was featured as one of
the leading business women
in the state in the “Mississippi
Business Journal: 50 Leading
Business Women in 2012.”
Hollingsworth oversees 11
counties in the Governor’s
Broadband Initiative Project
and is currently working
toward the Doctor of
Business Administration.
Jaime Kathryn Parker (’08)
received her doctorate in
counselor education from The
University of New Orleans
in December of 2012. Jamie
resides in Ocean Springs with
her husband, Robert Parker,
and their daughter Kate, 2.
She is employed by the Boys
and Girls Clubs of the Gulf
Coast.
10’s
Heather Bryant (’10) and
her husband, James T.,
announce the birth of their
twin girls, Elizabeth Joy and
Isabella Chrystene Bryant,
born October 15, 2012, at
River Oaks Baby Suites in
Flowood, Miss. Elizabeth Joy
weighed 4 lbs. 9 oz., and
Isabella Chrystene weighed
5 lbs. 13 oz. Joy and Bella
were welcomed home by
their big brother, Thomas. The
Bryants currently reside in
Pinola, Miss.
Liam (’10) and Jessica Cofield
(’10) Openshaw announce
the birth of their son, Liam
Michael, on January 3, 2013.
He weighed 7 lbs. 5 oz.
Johshonda Robertson (’10)
was honored at Lamar
County School District’s
Excellence in Education
Reception on April 22.
Robertson was a member
of the grant writing team
that won over $40,000 of
technology equipment and
programming in the Samsung
Solve for Tomorrow Grant
Contest for the K-8 campus.
Robertson is pictured on the
right.
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