Adrianne Overbay is regional manager of sales for Eastern North Carolina for LabCorp in Raleigh, which provides testing services to the medical field. She is married to Wesley Overbay, who played baseball for WCU and now raises the couple’s children.
Reuben Councill MA is executive director of the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra offices in Williamsport, Pa. In March, Councill performed a flute recital at WCU.
Zebulon Martin (left) is a financial center leader with BB&T Corp. serving the Asheville market.
Christa Davis, a third-year law student at Elon University, has been awarded the Duquesne University Environmental Leadership Grant sponsored by the U.S. State Department for studies in Ghana, Africa. For the past two years, Davis has served as a judicial extern for administrative law judge Randall May ’69 in High Point, assisting May with several environmental cases of statewide significance.
Kevin W. Dowling EDS is deputy chief of the Federal Reserve Police in Washington. Dowling previously served as an instructional specialist with the U.S Secret Service and then as a federal agent with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Inspector General.
Jennifer Elliott Figueroa is assistant director of International Student Services at the University of South Carolina, where she also earned a master’s degree in higher education administration and student affairs. She and her husband, José, live in Columbia, S.C.
James D. Hogan and his wife, Kelly Williams Hogan ’01, welcomed a daughter, Julia Elizabeth, on March 24. The family lives in Statesville.
Capt. Bradley Lovin (left) and 1st Lt. Thomas Watts ’07 of the U.S. Army are deployed in Afghanistan and took this photo on Christmas Day.
Sarah Chadwick MS ’06 is a speech-language pathologist working in Hickory for Sundance Rehabilitation, a national contract therapy company.
Andrew Sears Hoover is in a band called Feeding the Fire that released an album titled “DisInfoNation.”
Lance Shook MBA, previously assistant vice president of the Bank of Asheville, returned to his hometown of St. Petersburg, Fla., to join his family’s business, Florida Orange Groves Inc. and Winery, as vice president. He is married to Bethany Hartshorn Shook ’08.
Gina Ohmann MPT is a physical therapist with a Physiotherapy Associates clinic in Indian Trail.
Rachel Hope All is a Spanish teacher at North Cobb High School in Georgia. Recently, All and her husband, Paul Meggs, spent six months living in Australia, also visiting New Zealand and Fiji. They live in Atlanta.
Julia Cody and Corey Utke worked on season 4 of the Emmy Award-winning PBS show “Everyday Edisons” as production coordinator and on video/audio respectively.
Dawn Cusick MS won the Outstanding Children’s Book Award for 2010 from the Animal Behavior Society for her nonfiction book, “Bug Butts.” Published by EarlyLight Books, the book explores how bugs use their rear ends for communication, protection, construction and more. ABS praised the book for helping “readers learn how to make their own discoveries about the natural world.” Cusick teaches courses at Haywood Community College.
Caleb Beissert is a freelance writer, poet, translator and musician. Beissert’s book of translations from Spanish, forthcoming from New Native Press, is “Beautiful: Poems of Federico García Lorca and Pablo Neruda.”
Leeanne Deaver is working at Tricorn Costume in New York after completing work as an assistant for “Elf the Musical” on Broadway this past winter.
Mark Hudson (right) has performed standup at the New York Comedy Club’s open mic night.
Thomas Atzenhoffer is a freelance writer and works full time in the wholesale heating, ventilating and air conditioning industry in Greenville, S.C. Atzenhoffer maintains the sports blog thedailyatz.blogspot.com, covering news from the Liverpool Football Club and the world of soccer. He also writes articles in the fields of HVAC and alternative energy.
Matthew Stephen Johnson (left) has been hired as a resident director in the Office of Student Life at High Point University.
Bethany Rowe is touring with the National Players. The troupe performed “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in early April at the Asheville School.