1980-1989

Stephen J. Carmody ’87

Stephen J. Carmody has been selected by his peers for the 2014 edition of The Best Lawyers in America for the categories of copyright law; employment law; management, labor law; management, litigation; intellectual property, litigation; labor and employment; mass tort litigation/class actions; and defendants, trademark law. He is in the

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Tobie Smith ’86

Tobie Smith has returned to SMU as assistant director of development and communications in the Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering. She has experience in annual, capital and endowment fundraising and has done marketing and communications for the Texas Health Resources Foundation, Episcopal Diocese of Dallas and St. Jude’s Children’s

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Gurney F. Pearsall, Jr. ’86

Gurney F. Pearsall, Jr., M.D., attained the rank of colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves Sept. 22, 2012. He is attached to the 5502nd U.S. Army Hospital in Aurora, CO.

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Evangelia Costantakos Kingsley ’86

Evangelia Costantakos Kingsley and Chip Prince returned to the Metropolitan Room in New York to sing songs about dance by Cohen, Coward, Gershwin and others.

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David Swanson ’85

David Swanson, senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Orlando, FL, has released his third book – Everlasting Life: How God Answers Our Questions About Grief, Loss and the Promise of Heaven (Baker Publishing). Recently he was named to the board of trustees of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.

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Christine Karol Roberts ’85

Christine Karol Roberts was recognized in March 2013 by American Lawyer Media and Martindale-Hubbell as one of Los Angeles’ Women Leaders in the Law.

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Tisa Weiss Hibbs ’85

Tisa Weiss Hibbs won a Telly Award for the “Victory” television commercial she wrote, directed and produced for At Home Healthcare. She and her husband, Billy Hibbs, Jr. ’81, live in Tyler, TX, with their son and daughter.

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M. Ann Fields ’85

M. Ann Fields announces the release of her seventh novel, Fuller’s Curse, a story combining suspense, horror and literary fiction in a contemporary setting.

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Elizabeth Longino Waller ’84

Elizabeth Longino Waller and James McBrayer Sellers, III ’83 were married in New Orleans June 8, 2013, in the original stables of the French Quarter’s historic Hermann House. She wore a gown circa 1905 that had belonged to the groom’s great-great-great aunt. Following their vows, the couple and their wedding

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Megan E. Riegel ’84

Megan E. Riegel was awarded South Carolina’s highest civilian honor – The Order of the Palmetto – last June by South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley for her work since 1997 as president and CEO of the Peace Center for the Performing Arts in Greenville. The award recognized her lifetime achievements

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