Doyle Wheat (’58) received
a certificate of appreciation
and commendation on behalf
of Senator Chris McDaniel
(’94) and Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves
for 35 years of military
service, 30 years of service
as a public school educator,
and more than 20 years
of service at the National
Resources Conservation
Service. His wife, Dave Ann
Wheat (’58), joined him for
the presentation on Thursday,
February 7, at the Capitol.
Gerald (’63) and Margaret
(’66) Ferguson recently
celebrated 50 years of
Charles (’63) and Ginny (’64)
Harvey are proud to have
their granddaughter, Katy
White, as a member of the
Carey softball team.
Dr. George Berger (’64)
recently celebrated 50 years
as an ordained minister. He
was recognized, along with
his wife, JoAnn Berger (’63),
at the couple’s home church,
38th Avenue Baptist Church
in Hattiesburg.
Ronald Waters (’68) recently
celebrated 45 years as a
science teacher at J.H.
Workman Middle School in
Pensacola, Fla. He began
with the school in 1968 at
age 22.
Brenda Perrott Williamson
(‘75) lives in Hattiesburg
with her husband, David,
and their cat, Wilde Oscar.
Brenda was first reader and
proofreader on her husband's
three newest books that came
out in 2012.
Randy Weeks (’77) manages
a mental health crisis unit in
Grenada. In his spare time he
writes a religion column for
three Mississippi newspapers:
The Clarion-Ledger, The
Greenwood Commonwealth,
and The Oxford Eagle.
Michael L. Davis (‘81)
received the Doctor of
Educational Ministry from
New Orleans Baptist
Theological Seminary in
December 2011. He is
currently the associate/
education pastor at Valley
View Baptist Church in
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Chaplain Don Biadog Jr. (’83)
was among the officiates at
the service for retired U.S.
Navy SEAL Senior Chief Petty
Officer Tyrone Woods, who
died in the attack on the U.S.
Consulate in Benghazi, Libya,
on September 11, 2012.
Scott V. Fetzer (’83) is the
owner of Fetzer’s Antiques in
Aspen, Colo., where he has
lived since 1989. Recently,
Scott was hired by Sotheby’s
Real Estate to work in the
farm and ranch division.
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