Alumni Making News
Congratulations to 1958 St. John’s graduate Tom Storey on his recent induction into the West Point Hall of Fame at the 92nd Annual West Point Clay County Growth Alliance Banquet. Storey joined his classmates here in Shreveport earlier this month for the St. John’s/St. Vincent’s Academy 60th class reunion. Tom attended the University of Mississippi and has practiced law and served as a judge in West Point, Mississippi. His resume includes a long list of impressive honors and he is very active in the community.
A pair of Loyola graduates, Ginny Broyles Lamb (‘06) and Rich Lamb (‘04), welcomed a baby girl, Virginia Harman Lamb, on Oct. 27, 2017.
Dr. Samantha M. Gray ’08, graduated from Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine in Glendale, Az. on June 1, 2017. Dr. Gray has returned to Shreveport to practice dentistry with her mother, Marian E. Feducia DDS (SVA ‘73), at their office, names Shreveport Legacy Family Dentistry.
Lacey Moffatt, MS, LPC, Loyola class of 2001, will graduate in May of 2018 with her Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas. Currently, she is completing her pre-doctoral internship at the Southern Louisiana Internship Consortium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Beginning in August, 2018 Lacey will be employed as a Psychologist I at East Louisiana Mental Health System-Forensic Units (ELMHS) in Jackson, Louisiana. At ELMHS she will be engaged in therapeutic treatment and psychological assessment specific to the adult forensic population.
Stephanie (Ferris) and Tommy Foster, both LCP graduates of the Class of 2011 and high school sweethearts since 2009, got married on May 20, 2017.
Caroline Cobb ‘05 moved back to Shreveport last summer and is practicing dentistry with her mother, Dr. Cynthia Miciotto, SVA ’74. Caroline graduated from dental school in 2014 and previously practiced in New Orleans before coming home.
Katie Mitchell Padgett ’08 and her husband Stephen welcomed a baby boy, Sutton James Padgett, on Aug. 21, 2016.
C. Kent Lowe ’75, was named the recipient of the 2018 CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) Achievement Award in the University Division, and will be honored later this summer at the annual convention in Washington, D.C.
Matthew Teutsch ’96, an instructor in Auburn University’s Department of English in the College of Liberal Arts, received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Norway, where he will lecture at the University of Bergen as part of a project that will explore how African American authors imagine and represent the South to both America and the world.