The Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Ed. 1, Friday, August 19, 1994 Page: 4 of 8
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August 19 1994
Meet the Dorm Directors
Brian Edwards was born and
raised in Gatesvillc where he
graduated from high school in
1990. That fall he came to HSU.
While at HSU Brian was a 4 year
starter on the Cowboy basketball
team and he was a member of Tau
Alpha Phi men's social club. He
participated in FCA and was a
member of Kappa Delta Pi Na-
tional Education Honor Society.
Recently Brian married Michelle
Grady. He plans to graduate in
December with a degree in all-
level physical education with a
minor in biology.
Jason Manry graduated from
Burleson High School in 1987. In
June of 1991 he married Rhonda
Cox. He came to HSU in the fall
of 1991 where he and his wife
served as dorm directors of
Ferguson Hall until August of
1994. Jason and Rhonda have a
son Jacob Austin who will be
one year old on September 2.
Stephanie Schucherf ;s the new
residence hall director foi Behrens
Hall. She and her husband Jerry
moved to Abilene from Flower
Mound this summer. Stephanie
graduated from Texas Christian
University with a B.B.A. in Man-
agement. She will be taking lev-
elling classes here at HSU and
she hopes to apply for the new
Master of Physical Therapy pro-
gram in the fall of 1995.
Shanda Dame is originally
from Decatur where she lived on
a dairy. She graduated from Lib-
erty Christian School in Denton.
She entered HSU in the fall of
1990 She is working toward a
B.B.S. in education with a major
in all level physical education and
a minor in biology. She plans to
work toward a Master's degree.
her husband Craig Dame. They
have been married two months.
Hunter North '
Alan Thomas was born in St.
Louis Missouri and raised in
Odessa TX. He went to Odessa
Permian High School where
among other things he played
football graduating in 1989. He
attended Odessa College for one
summer then came to HSU in the
spring semester of 1990 to play
football again. He was a member
of the first year reinstated football
team and played free safety. He
met his wife Blandi and was mar-
ried in June of 1991. Alan also
has a son Cole who is 2 years old.
He is currently a junior working
on a major in Business and Fi-
nance. Hunter South
born in Lubbock and raised in
Midland where she attended
Greenwood High School. While
in high school she was a varsity
cheerleader served in student
government and was active in
church activities. Blandi gradu-
ated from high school in May of
1988 and came to HSU the fol-
lowing'fall where she majored in
theatre. She spent several years
actively involved in theatre pro-
ductions BSU and'student gov-
ernment. She met Alan and was
married June of 1991. Blandi also
has one son Cole who is 2 years
old. She; graduated from HSU
with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre
and English in December of 1993
and received her teacher certifica-
tion in the spring of 1994. Cur-
rently she is working on a Master's
Sue Carlisle is from Lubbock.
She has lived in Abilene for the
past few years. She graduated
from HSU in May of 1993 with a
B.B.S. in education. She is cur-
rently working toward a Master's
degree in Marriage and Family
Therapy. This will be Sue's sec-
ond .year to be dorm director of
Lange Hall. This year she will be
the cheerleader sponsor.
C.J. (Chris Johnson) was born
in Pasadena. He came to HSU
where he played footbal 1 and base-
football three years and baseball
four years. C. J. didn't come to
HSU just to play sports. He also
came to HSU so he could be with
his wife Jenny Johnson. They
have been married a little over a
year. CJ. plans to teach biology
and physical education on the sec-
Introducing. . .
HSUfs New.Food Service Director
Who: PamHarabis ; -
What: HSU's new Food Service Director
From: Victoria TX
School: Sam Houston State Texas Tech and Texas
. A&M;. Marketing Degree
Previously: Cash and Marketing Manager-ARA Sam
Retail Sales Manager ARA American Airlines
Assistant Food Service Director ARA Univer
sity' of Dallas
Plans: To improve HSU Community satisfaction by
getting them involved in weekly events such as
theme dinners give-a-ways nutrition awareness
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