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Class of 1999

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Derek Abart - BIO - 2003-06-16 - Keller Graduate School of Management - Masters of Business Administration
Vamsi Adusumilli - Email removed 2004-06-09 - Stanford - Biology, Economics
Julie Binggeli - Email removed 2013-01-01 - Westminster College - Business Administration
Melissa Blackwell - 2009-01-09
Sam Bornhauser - 2004-01-07 - University of Missouri - Teacher (Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education
                                                                                                from Westminster College) working on M.Ed.
Alex Bowling - 2009-01-06 - Pacific University - Computer Science
Anna D'Agostino - Email removed 2008-01-04
Emily Alger - 2002-05-07 - Brigham Young University - Fitness and Wellness Management
Claire Bolander - 2002-10-04
Latricia Brownlee - 2013-08-25

John Carlos - 2005-09-07
Nalene Carter - 2003-02-27 - Kansas City Art Institute - Illustration
Kim Colwell - 2007-06-26
Jeff Colborn - 2007-12-22
Natalie Colwell - Email removed 2003-12-08
John Cook - 2005-11-10
Jamie Cox - BIO - 2008-09-29 - Avila College - Communication-Media Production
Ashley Crews - Email removed 2004-02-27 - Strawn - Surgical Tech
Anna D'Agostino - 2018-08-24

Delbert Daniels - Email removed 2003-09-21
Lisa Marie DeVore - 2015-04-13
Holly Estrem - Email removed 2008-01-04
Jeremy Fiebig - BIO - 2009-01-08
Roberta Graham - Email removed 2006-04-14 - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - BS in psychology and
                                                     speech communication, MS in human resources and industrial relations
Stephanie Hackman - 2009-02-13
Lindsey Hagglund - Email removed 2004-02-27 - University of Missouri at Columbia - Geography
Jessica Harbour - 2012-05-21

Josh Hendren - Email removed 2004-02-27
Jessica Hood - 2004-05-27
Sheila Hooker - Email removed 2008-01-04
Andrea Hunting - Email removed 2018-11-20
Jazmine Inn - Email removed 2015-09-16
Dorothy Johnson - Email removed  2009-03-01 - Southwest Missouri State University -
                                                       B.S. Entertainment Managment/ Account Executive for IKON Office Solutions
Kirra Jones - 2008-06-09 - University of Missouri-Columbia - Double major- Spanish and Linguistics
Artemis Khojasteh - 2007-01-03
Lucas McMillen - 2006-06-27
Jasson McNeil - Email removed 2009-01-05 - Webster University - Film Production
Holly Munson - 2002-05-09 - University of Missouri - Business Management
Jeff Muscato - Email removed 2013-03-19
James Pearl - Email removed 2004-02-27
Sara Poettgen - 2007-03-30
Jessica Puidk - Email removed 2004-02-04
Melissa Reynolds - Email removed 2008-01-04 - Columbia College - Accounting major
Wendi Rhode - 2006-12-29
Jeromy Roberts - 2002-05-10
Micah Sigman - Email removed  2009-03-01
Angel Snyder - Email removed 2004-02-27
Christine Spencer - 2008-07-18
Andrew Staab - 2009-02-28
Sunshine Stoermer - 2007-11-28
Nida Taj - Email removed 2006-04-14
Negar Tekeei - Email removed 2003-08-18
Chloe Thomas - 2008-11-22 - Un of Alabama at Birmingham - Master's in Nursing-Nurse Practitioner
Amanda Thornton - 2006-01-03 - Columbia College - Nursing
Jennifer Wildman - Email removed 2010-04-12
Tanay Williams - Email removed 2011-01-24
Casey Wilson - 2009-08-05

Derek Abart June 16, 2003
Hello all!  I've been living in the Kansas City area ever since graduation and have since received my BS in Telecommunications Management from Devry (right up the road from Jamie Cox's Avila).  After my BS I went to Keller Graduate School of Management and received a Masters in Project Management and also a Masters in Business Administration.  I've been working for Sprint for over 3 years now as a Network Engineer VI.  This is also where I met my lovely wife Denise, we were married 5/17/03!  We are currently in the process of reloacating to the south, either ATL or Knoxville TN.  Also, I have to say congrats to Jamie Cox, I've heard you on the radio up here!!  Well that's about it for now, e-mail me if you'd like.
Jamie Cox October 21, 2007

After graduating from Avila University in 2003 I went into radio promotions.  I hit a wall in 2005 I left radio to pursue other paths, but returned to radio promotions in June of 07 as Promotions Director for 105.1 JACK FM and 94.9 KCMO here in Kansas City (tune in anytime you're in town!)

I live in a loft in rivermarket with my fantastic boyfriend, Andy and (thanks to Andy) am now the "mother" to two cats, Oscar & Ava....who knew I'd ever end up with cats?!?

Jeremy Fiebig January 8, 2009

 Jeremy graduated from Hickman in 1999 and was heavily involved in choir, musicals, and the like. He went on to college at William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri.

He is now married to Jananne (Nan) Frohman Fiebig. They have a daughter, Elliott, and live in Northern Iowa.

Jeremy is Assistant Professor of Theatre and Technical Director at Waldorf College in Forest City, Iowa and a graduate of the Mary Baldwin College/American Shakespeare Center program in Shakespeare and Renaissance Literature in Performance. He served as Assistant Director and Stage Manager for the American Shakespeare Center's 2006 Resident Troupe season including productions of As You Like It, Macbeth, The Tempest with director Giles Block (Master of Words at Shakespeare's Globe in London), and Othello, a season featured in the Wall Street Journal. He is a former president and artistic director of the University Wits, a graduate performance organization. He has directed Measure for Measure at Indiana Wesleyan University, The Two Noble Kinsmen, The Winter's Tale, Macbeth, as well as The Pied Piper for Golden Duck Production in Staunton, Virginia, Yasmina Reza's Art, and The Tempest for the ASC's Young Company. He has served as production supervisor for King John, Pericles, The Vagina Monologues, Top Girls, Quilters , and The 24 Hour Theatre Project. Jeremy has performed in nearly 40 productions in the past decade. Highlights include Claudius in Hamlet, the title role in King John, Don Armado in Love's Labour's Lost , Malcolm and Duncan in Macbeth, Seymour in Little Shop of Horrors, Antony in Sweeney Todd, and many others. Jeremy is a four-time Kennedy Center/American College Theatre Festival Irene Ryan nominee and an Equity Member Candidate.