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AlumNotes - May 2013

5/10/2013
The following AlumNotes were submitted between March 2013 and May 2013.

1963
Fritz Bohne ’63 accepted the offer to be Chief of Police for the City of Olmos Park. He began as Interim Chief in August 2012 and was converted to Chief in January 2013. Fritz retired from the FBI in 1996 after 25 years of service as a Special Agent. He served as Chief of the Helotes Police Department between 1999 and 2006 before retiring from that position.  

1970
Curt A. Christiansen ’70 celebrated his 35th anniversary with Bristol-Myers Squibb. Curt is an Executive Cardiovascular Hospital Business Manager, working in the South Houston area. He and Cheryl have 16 grandchildren and live in Friendswood, Texas.
 
1979
Lisa Burkhardt Worley ’79 co-authored a devotional book, Pearls of Promise. Just as pearls are formed by irritations inside an oyster shell, God makes a pearl out of every trial and struggle in our lives. The Pearls of Promise devotional contains 120 "pearls of promise" from God written by 46 authors from all over the United States. The contributors are best-selling authors LeAnn Weiss, Lisa Buffaloe and Beth Shriver, motivational speaker and evangelist, Krish Dhanam, who worked side-by-side with the late Zig Ziglar and Christian motivational speaker and former national television sports reporter, Lisa Burkhardt Worley. These honest and personal stories or "pearls" were written to encourage women in their faith journey. It is available on Amazon.com and BarnesandNobel.com websites.

1989
Heath Dillard ’89 served on a medical/construction mission to the Ivory Coast, Africa in January 2013.

2002
Lori (Rose) ’02 and Kyle Kutscher ’03 welcomed their first child Kolt Wayne Kutscher on March 18, 2013. He weighed 6lbs. 7oz. and was 20” long. They currently reside in San Marcos, Texas.

2004
Brianna (Yarborough) Centeno ’04 and her husband Joe welcomed a baby girl, Analise Rose Centeno, on January 9, 2013 in Houston, Texas. Analise joins brother Ephriam who is now three.
 
2010
Kelli Anne ’10 and David Aaron Haug ’07 and ’10 were married on November 24 on the campus of Texas Lutheran University at the Chapel of the Abiding Presence. David is employed by Southern Clay Products. The couple resides in Seguin, Texas.