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Class Notes Carolyn M. Dunn 11/3/2014  
Carolyn Dunn, 1986 Communication, was recently named associate vice president of institutional diversity for Central Michigan University. In addition to her new post, Dunn has contributed to Project Upward Bound, a program that trains students to succeed in college.
Class Notes Tyler W. Evans 11/15/2014  
Tyler Evans, 2011 History and 2014 Secondary Education Credential, received a Master's of Arts in History from San Diego State University after graduating from Humboldt. Evans is currently the AVID program coordinator and elective teacher at Temescal Canyon High School in Lake Elsinore, Calif.
Class Notes Stephanie A. Freitas 11/6/2014  
Stephanie Freitas, 2013 History, is a full time history teacher at Mt. Whitney High School in Visalia, Calif. Freitas is married to HSU alumnus Salvador Cazarez, who is also teaching in the Visalia district.
Class Notes Douglas R. Turner 11/29/2014  
Douglas Turner, 1980, Biological Sciences, has two sons on the college path. Turner's oldest is a Chemical Engineering major at Cal Poly Pomona and his youngest, currently a high school senior, is applying to HSU.
Class Notes Timothy E. Blewett 10/5/2014  
Timothy E. Blewett, 1966, Fisheries Biology, Environmental Management, After 21.5 years in the U.S. Air Force trying to learn a marketable skill, became a loss control consultant with Hartford Insurance. Blewett later went to work for the Arkansas Workers' Compensation Commission. He retired from the AWCC about 14 years ago, and has since worked as a private contractor doing loss-control work. Sally, Blewett's wife, is a travel consultant, and the couple has been to approximately 35 countries over the last 26 years. About 10 years ago Blewett had an idea for a story, which turned into a 184,000-word, unpublished novel, followed by eight additional novels, also unpublished. Blewett reports it's been fun writing the stories and he might someday just try to put them out in the real world.
Class Notes Harriet A. Burr 10/2/2014  
Harriet Ann Burr, 2010 Economics, submitted her thesis, Recidivism Reduction in Humboldt County, for a Master's of Science in Community Economic Development at Southern New Hampshire University. Burr received an A for her work, and has been authorized as a Master of Science. Burr is currently job searching and researching for her Ph.D.
Class Notes Wayne F. Hess 10/15/2014  
Wayne F. Hess, 1964 Business Administration, spent a number of years as a forensic accountant after retiring as founder of a Portland-area certified public accountancy firm. Currently Hess is the president of the La Pedrera School Project, a registered public charity for the benefit of indigenous students in the western highlands of Guatemala. To date, over 30 students have graduated from high school and one from university, while just 20 years ago it was rare for a student to advance beyond fourth grade. Hess also works with Casa Xelaju, a Spanish Language school in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, to arrange home-stays with indigenous families while attending classes.
Class Notes Tim Kustic 10/22/2014  
Tim Kustic, 1981 Geology, California's 13th State Oil and Gas Supervisor, recently retired after a 32-year career with California's Department of Conservation. Kustic began his state career as a field engineer with the California Division of Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR), in the Bakersfield office. After assignments in the Bakersfield and Santa Maria DOGGR offices, Kustic joined the newly created State Office of Mine Reclamation in 1991. In 2001 Kustic rejoined DOGGR and was appointed by Governor Brown to lead DOGGR as the Oil and Gas Supervisor in 2011. Kustic, his wife Debra, and their three children reside in Sacramento.
Class Notes Jennifer A. Moline 10/1/2014  
Jennifer Moline, 1996 Journalism, resides in Oakland, Calif., and takes public transportation to her job in San Francisco as the social media manager for Skout, a geo-location based app for meeting people. She lives with her two cats and still tries to get up to Arcata annually to bask in the redwoods and drink the local beers.
Class Notes Peggy E. Molloy 10/21/2014  
Peggy Molloy, 1993 Art, recently earned a master's degree in Entertainment Business from Full Sail University. Molloy works as a volunteer coordinator for her local Salvation Army branch. She is currently organizing a fund-raiser for the needy through Sewell Gallery in Eureka, Calif., featuring portrait artist Meredith Aldrich. Part of the proceeds will benefit the Salvation Army.
Class Notes Conrad L. Huygen 9/19/2014  
Conrad L. Huygen, 1994 Geography, retired from the Air Force JAG Corps as a lieutenant colonel after a distinguished military career that also included enlisted service in the Army and the Coast Guard. He served four assignments as a trial defense counsel, was an executive officer to the Assistant Vice Chief of Staff of the Air Force, and deployed to the Combined Air and Space Operations Center (Combat Operations Division). Huygen and his wife, Julie, plan to stay in the Denver area where he will teach, travel, write, run, cycle, ski, fish, and brew every day the sun shines.
Class Notes Carleigh A. Kude 9/15/2014  
Carleigh Kude, 2005, Politics, has been working in advocacy, accessibility and ADA compliance since leaving HSU. Kude earned an Masters of Public Administration from CSU Long Beach in 2014 and was honored to be named on the Dean's List of Arts and Humanities Scholars. She is currently working at Holy Names University, a diverse, public-service and social justice-oriented private University in Oakland, Calif.
Class Notes Ben S. Nadler 9/19/2014  
Had a great 10 years in Forestry, now GIS professional. Looking at Graduate studies @ Denver Uiversity
Class Notes Joseph W. Newnam 9/19/2014  
Joe Newnam, 2005 Music, moved to Mammoth Lakes, Calif, upon receiving his music teaching credential. Newnam rebuilt a district-wide public school music program, which resulted in developing middle and high school jazz bands and choirs. After marrying his soulmate in 2009, the couple purchased a small ranch in Trinity County, where Newnam again rebuilt a very successful district wide music program. During this same time, Newnam released "Sitar Joe, Venus Tribe." Selections from the album have been featured on syndicated radio shows, and broadcast worldwide from the Middle East to India and the U.S. Last year Newnam and his wife moved to a mountain forest log home on 20 acres in Washington, where the couple raises organic food and animals while caring for their lush forest. Newnam is currently the owner and lead instructor of a private music instruction studio in Washington, plays and studies Kirtan music with a working ensemble, and works professionally as an actor for a SyFy Channel series currently being filmed.
Class Notes Sydney E. Newton 9/25/2014  
Sydney Newton, 2014, Kinesiology & Recreation Administration, was hired as the Community Development Director for the Girl Scouts of Northern California to oversee recruitment and volunteer support for Sonoma, Rohnert Park, Napa, and Petaluma.
Class Notes William V. Huffman 8/27/2014  
William (Bill) Huffman, 1967, Journalism, retired after 30 years as vice president of communications and governmental affairs with Farmers' Rice Cooperative, in Sacramento. Bill and his wife lived for seven years at Lake Almanor, Calif, before moving to Chico, Calif., in early 2014 for medical reasons. His education at HSU with a degree in Journalism and minors in Political Science and Public Relations provided Bill with the best academic credentials for his 45-plus years in governmental relations and communications. He received the rice industry's premier award when he was named to receive the California Rice Industry Award in 2009. The couple has four children and three grandchildren.
Class Notes Peter C. Jain 9/3/2014  
Peter Jain, 1989, Music, published his first prose poetry and photography book 25 years after graduating from HSU. "Let the Dance Begin-Greetings from Humboldt" was released in September.
Class Notes Lynnette A. Zelezny 9/3/2014  
Lynnette Zelezy, 1979, 1981 Psychology, was recently named provost and vice president for academic affairs at Fresno State University. Zelezy is a 25-year veteran of Fresno State, having previously served as a professor and psychology department chair, and associate dean for the Craig School of Business, dean for global education, and, most recently, associate provost. Zelezy also serves on the board of the United Way and is a member of the Fresno Rotary. She is married to John Zelezny, senior vice president of communications at Community Medical Centers. The Zeleznys have three grown children.
Class Notes Terri L. Bidle 8/26/2014  
Terri Bidle, 2011 Zoology, is beginning a new chapter of her life as a marine education program manager in Southern California. After seven years with the USC QuikSCience program, she will be working with ExplorOcean in Newport Beach, Calif., to bring quality ocean exploration to young people.
Class Notes Michael C. Bresnahan 8/26/2014  
Michael Colin Bresnahan, 1995, English, married Natalie Rist in April.
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