Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1982

Page 310 of 424

 

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Who's Who Seniors JOAnna Austin, an English major from Abilene, said she would remember the im- pact ACU teachers had on their students, and that she appreciated how they taught her to "learn how to learn." "I will remember the friends that I made and the things we did together other than our schoolwork," she said. She was secretary of Alpha Chi and the English Club and a member of the Student Accounting Society and the Pickwicker staff. JoAnna, a National Merit Commended Student, planned to work in some aspect of the publishing industry or in word process- ing. While a student at ACU she worked in the word processing center. She said she would like to be remembered as someone "who was dedicated and involved with her work and as someone who was a friend that people could trust." She enjoyed reading, ping pong and handwork, but her favorite hobby was quilting, which she and her mother often did together. Graduation brought significant changes to the lives of ACU seniors, but most significant to Steve Bishop was becoming a father. I-Ie and his wife, Charlotte Van Eaton Bishop, a 1981 ACU graduate, ex- pected their first child in June. Steve was spiritual life director of the Students' Association and director of the 1981 and 1982 Spring Break Campaigns to various cities across the nation. He planned to obtain a doctoral degree in counseling and psychology from Texas A8cM. Following his work at Texas A8cM he and Charlotte planned to move to Miami, where they wanted to work with a life resource center and minister to urban families. ul would like to be remembered as a per- son who had an influence on a few, and helped give them direction in their lives," Steve said. He also said he would remember the friendships he made and the people who helped him be more like Jesus. This page: JoAnna Austin, Steve Bishop. Opposite page: Alan Boyd, Kay Carricker, Curtis Carpenter, Karen Carver. 306 Who's Who will remember Before she graduated, Karen Carver already had accepted a job with Arthur Andersen Accounting Firm in Fort Worth. She was an accounting major from Tem- ple who was active in the Student Accoun- ting Society and was one of five business majors who received the Atlantic Richfield Co. Academic Award for outstanding per- formance in business studies. Karen said she would like to be remembered as a "friend that people could count on and as someone who had a spiritual influence on their lives." "When I leave ACU, I'll remember the people and all the good times we had together," she said. Karen was a member of Ko Jo Kai, W Club and Alpha Chi, and her hobbies were jogging and music. "I love to go camping, and I love to write letters," Kay Carriker said. "But I don't get a chance to do either of them as often as I'd like." Kay, a psychology major from Fort Worth, enjoyed working with Young Life, a worldwide, nondenominational group that worked with high school students. She also was a member of Sigma Theta Chi, E

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