Send class notes to Pat Pierret by the 15th of each month to be included in the upcoming Alumni Class Notes.
Edna Katherine Miller ‘68 retired as a Professor Emeritus and researcher in Molecular Neuroscience and moved back to Paris, Texas, from Wisconsin.
Jon Romer ‘69 retired in 2017 selling his dental practices in south Texas. Jon notes that it was just prior to Hurricane Harvey – whew! He currently lives with his wife, Tonya, in Burleson. Jon is working part-time as an Orthodontic Administrator for a Dallas corporation and was nominated for “Texas Dentist of the Year” by the Fort Worth Academy of Dentistry.
Paula Parkman Parrish ’71 is the managing director of North Texas Children at Risk, a non-profit that researches issues affecting Texas children and their families.
Veronica Martinez ’77 was highlighted on Texas Wesleyan University’s website as a “mover and shaker” through education. Read how Veronica has been “moving and shaking” with her students.
Erin Vader ’88 became the Superintendent of Catholic Schools for Jefferson City, MO on May 1.
Andy Harris ’93, owner of Gladiator Fence, touts the company’s awards and recognitions. Gladiator Fence has been in operation for 10 years.
Bill Hays, nominated by his daughter, Emily Hays ’05, is one of The Ranch (95.9 FM) Local Heroes. Bill, along with the National Guard, packed over 700 boxes of food at Tarrant Area Food Bank to help families in need. Hear the whole story here.
Joe Weik '04 and Sarah Smiley Weik '06 welcomed Shepherd Scott on April 21, 2020. Joe is the baseball Coach at Nolan Catholic.
Vic Tompkins '08 married Taylor Giese on February 15, 2020 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Dallas.
Catch Will Jung '09 in this video from TCU welcoming new alumni. The video was produced by Nolan Catholic alumna Sophie King ‘16.
Ann Pierret '10, a reporter for WJRT-TV/ABC 12 in Flint, MI, was honored with the first place award for “Best Investigative Reporting” from the Michigan Associated Press Media Editors. Watch or read the award-winning story, “Law prevents predators from becoming teachers … if used properly.”
Harrison Klutz '17 has been elected Co-President of TCU Catholic.