November 6, 2014
Ryan ’95 and Ramsee Anderson Gosney ’95 got ready for Halloween and the West Virginia game with some TCU-themed jack-o-lanterns at their home in Denver. Their children and future Frogs Reeve (11), Raleigh (10) and Ridge (8) were thrilled with TCU’s comeback win over the Mountaineers and are excited for this weekend’s game against Kansas State.
When they aren’t carving pumpkins, Reeve is playing football, Raleigh is dancing and Ridge is playing soccer.
Ramsee is the chief operating officer of the Gosney household, while Ryan is the chief financial officer for Denver-based Dorado & Partners, LLC.
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October 27, 2014
Three-year-old Cora Miller shows her TCU spirit during Homecoming before the TCU-Oklahoma State game. Cora is the daughter of Josiah Miller ’03, computer hardware technician in TCU’s Information Technology Systems department, and Sarah Miller ’04, both of Arlington.
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October 21, 2014
Rorry Phillips ’91 and Kristi Willbanks ’95 visited China recently, while on vacation with an Irving Chamber of Commerce tour group. Although Rorry wasn’t able to watch the TCU vs. Baylor game, he did manage to find a Chinese woman at the Great Wall of China wearing a beautiful purple dress and taught her to give the Frogs sign.
October 14, 2014
Kim Lepine Keeling ’00 wrote us to share these photos of her kids discovering Texas horned lizards while visiting relatives in Amarillo. “Our kids have a great time!,” she wrote.
August 20, 2014
Dr. Hilary Frey Miller ’92 jumped 13,100 feet over Ft. Knox with the Golden Knights this June 13, 2014. Hilary was selectedfor the jump for her work in the area of veterans’ higher educational policy. She was meet on the ground by her husband Lt. Col. Joel Miller. Her brother, Marine Capt Chris Frey ’02 is currently serving overseas.
July 12, 2014
The “It’s a Small World Game – Horned Frog Edition” had two winners this week. Two TCU graduates who are in Poland in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve met again for the first time in almost 10 years.
Army chaplain Cpt. Luke Sprinkle ’06 (right) of the 1st Squadron, 91st Calvary Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade, based out of Grafenwoehr, Germany, met Sgt. 1st Class Adam Stone ’04, 807th Medical Command, United States Army Reserve, just outside of Drawsko Pomorskie, Poland.
Sprinkle is the 1-91 Cavalry chaplain and Stone is on an army public affairs team assigned to cover the 173rd Airborne Brigade. Operation Atlantic Resolve involves approximately 600 paratroopers of the 173rd Airborne Brigade in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.
May 20, 2014
Marissa Torres’11 (M.Ed. ’14) shared these photos from commencement this past weekend. With Daniel-Meyer Coliseum in the midst of a major overhaul, TCU graduation exercises returned to Amon G. Carter Stadium for the first time since 1961. More than 1,600 graduates walked the stage arranged in the south end zone to get their diplomas, including Torres who received her masters of education in professional counseling. Weather cooperated as the temperature was only 70 degrees when the ceremony started.
April 15, 2014
Major Ryan D. Cox ’02 of the U.S. Air Force visited the Japanese island of Iwo Jima earlier this year, and he brought a TCU flag with him.
But it was no ordinary spot for a flag photo.
“We hiked up to the top of Mount Suribachi, which is the location of the famous raising of the U.S. flag at the battle of Iwo Jima during World War II,” Cox wrote to us. “I
was at the actual spot where the flag was raised.”
Behind him, is the beach on which U.S. Marines landed and bravely fought to take the island.
“The opportunity to go to Iwo Jima is rare since no civilians of any kind are even allowed to visit the island,” Cox shared. “Truly a great experience!”
Cox, who is a former member of TCU Cheer, is stationed at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa, Japan.
April 4, 2014
Bryan Lucas ’96, chief technology officer at TCU, met with former Mexican president Vicente Fox yesterday to discuss technology at his Centro Fox library and potential learning opportunities for Horned Frog students.Fox, who guided Mexico to a stronger democracy from 2000 to 2006, was the keynote speaker at the 51st annual Honors Convocation and shared his perspectives about the global economy, leadership on the world stage, immigration and challenges in the 21st century.
Joining them were Fox’s special assistant Dr. Juan Hernandez ’78 MA ’81 PhD (far left) and Dr. Beata Jones of the Neeley School of Business.
March 25, 2014
Haroon Said Wardak ’13 graduated from TCU’s Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences less than a year ago, but he’s showing his Horned Frog pride with passion on the other side of the globe.
Wardak, who describes himself as an Afghan-American “with purple blood in my veins,” is a medical interpreter/translator for U.S. military forces in Afghanistan. He also works in a NATO hospital there.
When he was deployed, he took along several TCU t-shirts. But he wanted something to show off his Horned Frog ties every day. So he bought a TCU ID tag holder from Amazon.
In the photo above, Wardak is proudly donning the TCU ID tag during formal Change of Command Ceremony at Multinational Medical Unit-NATO Hospital in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
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