Volume 75
Number 4










Herchel H. Sheets ’52T of Snellville retired in June 1999 after fifty years as a United Methodist minister. Sheets serves as an adjunct professor at the Methodist Theological School in Ohio and at the Candler School of Theology.

James M. Wall ’49C-’55T. See Wall ’49C.

Larry B. Roberts ’61T of Lake Junaluska, N.C., retired in 1999 after serving for forty years with the South Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church.

Marcus V. Tripp ’70C-’73T-’74T. See Tripp ’70C.

Linda S. Schearing ’81T-’92PhD. See Zeigler ’87PhD.

David Carr ’80C-’83T. See Carr ’80C.

Craig S. Wascovich ’84T of Tampa received a doctor of ministry degree in pastoral counseling from the Christian Theological Seminary in May 1999.

Ann Brightwell McCord ’86T of Atlanta received a doctor of ministry degree from Columbia Theological Seminary in May 1999.

Clinton Hubbard Jr. ’90T of Birmingham received a doctor of ministry degree from the Interdenominational Theological Center in May 1999.

Juana Clem McGhee ’95T and Myron B. McGhee ’95T of Decatur announce the birth of a daughter, Taylor Emmaus, on Feb. 18, 1999.

Paul E. Bodamer ’97T of Columbia, S.C., was named top 1998 health-insurance provider by BB&T Corporation.

Heidi S. Geib ’98T of Antioch, Tenn., received a master of theology degree from Princeton Theological Seminary in May 1999 and began doctoral studies in New Testament at Vanderbilt University in August 1999.

Stephen H. Parkes ’98T. See Persons ’98T.

Amy E. Persons ’98T and Stephen H. Parkes ’98T of Union Springs, Ala., were married June 5, 1999. Persons works with the Wesley Foundation at Troy State University.

Acacia T. Bamberg ’99T of Bamberg, S.C., began a fellowship in September 1999 working with Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney in Washington, D.C.


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