Debra (Gil ’94) Muniz and Gary live in Huntington Beach, CA. Debra is in the M.A. Education program at SCC. Their Alysha Caran is one year old!
Pam Prouty ’93 is a Marriage Family Child Counselor Intern, working with children who reside at Orangewood care facility in Orange County.
Tonya Deetz ’95 is completing her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy at George Fox University. She is a youth and family counselor at Family Works in Portland, Oregon.
Christine (Luxembourger ’95) Hoffman has earned her Master’s in Special Education and is the Diagnostic teacher for the Autism Program at Santa Ana Unified School District.
Charlie Nelson ’96 is currently working in Youth Ministry at Calvary Chapel and at Newport Mesa Christian Center and is pursuing a position in full-time Youth Ministry in Mendocino. Charlie is also the Head Coach of the wrestling team at Costa Mesa High School, where he also serves as a substitute teacher.
Katrina Bohn ’96 is currently employed as a Youth Intern at Capo Beach Calvary Chapel, working with adolescents on a daily basis.
Jennifer (Murzynski ’95) Lutz and husband Aaron are living in New York and considering entering full-time ministry at some point. At present, Jennifer is working as an administrative assistant for a non-profit organization that helps Western New York manufacturers become more competitive.
Julie Piskur ’92 spent two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ecuador. Since returning in 1995 Julie has finished pre-med requirements at San Francisco State University while working for Kaiser Permanente. Julie was a volunteer translator at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996. Occasional work includes serving in Mexico as a translator for The Flying Doctors! Next fall Julie begins medical school at Northwestern University in Chicago.
Stacy McLain ’92 is completing her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from CSPP-LA this coming August! Stacy is currently involved in research related to trauma and is working with adolescent offenders in L.A. Stacy is also involved with Amnesty International, doing psychoeducational presentations on PTSD of political torture. Stacy recently submitted an article for publication. Stacy is also creating and implementing a child trauma assessment package for children exposed to domestic violence and child abuse!
Kim Cantrell ’96 is working in banking as a Loan Servicer and currently lives in Anaheim Hills. Kim reports that her brother is receiving the Humanitarian Award from the U.S. Navy for saving people from a sinking Russian ship!