Carrie (LaRue) Feitl ’98 and Scott are still enjoying life in Camarillo. After working as a second grade teacher, Carrie has decided to pursue a Master’s degree in counseling and guidance and is planning on attending California Lutheran University.
I’m sorry to have to share tragic news. Joy Artemis ’90 was shot and killed during an armed robbery this past month in the San Francisco Bay area.
Wendy Olsen ’89 is Marriage and Family Therapist and Program Manager for Good Samaritan Behavioral Healthcare. Wendy and Chris live in Edgewood, WA and have three children: Lauren 13, Isaac 4, and Ellen, almost 2!
Stacy McLain ’92 has just completed her Ph.D. program in Clinical Psychology at CSPP-Los Angeles. Congratulations, Dr. Stacy McLain! Stacy has been researching various aspects of trauma and is preparing a child trauma assessment package for children exposed to domestic violence and child abuse.
Stefanie Daubert ’96 works as a Domestic Violence Counselor at the Women’s Shelter in San Luis Obispo. In addition, Stefanie works for the county’s crisis and referral line. Next January Stefanie plans to begin an M.A. program in clinical psychology.
Blake Corbin ’98 is coaching water polo and swimming at Laguna Hills High School. Blake is also substitute teaching at Laguna Hills and hopes eventually find a full-time position teaching psychology in high school.
Mark Merrick ’93 is HP Network Administrator at S.C.C., overseeing the administrative database. Mark also has IS Webmastering duties, administrating the web servers and assisting community members in the development of non-marketing pages.
Melody Hackney ’96 is a substitue teacher at Huntington Beach Union High School and is applying for her teaching credential at UCI.
Trisha (Walden ’95) Anderson is a preschool teacher for 2- to 5-yr-olds in Orange.
Kerri Light ’96 is Director of the Shalimar Learning Center in Costa Mesa, an after-school tutoring center serving kindergartners through sixth-graders. “We’re here to provide a safe and positive environment for students to do their homework” according to Kerri. Five schools feed into the Shalimar Learning Center and the related Teen Center.