Category: 2010s

Heather (O’Brien) Hunt, ’12, weds

Congratulations and best wishes to Heather, BCHS Class of 2012, on her marriage to Matt Hunt, a 2013 Heritage Christian alumnus. They were wed on October 19, 2019!

Allyson Carroll, ’14, in Denver

Allyson Carroll, BCHS Class of 2014, sends us news of her move to Denver and new job as a tech consultant at Hitachi Consulting. Good luck on your new adventures!

Emily (Chaniga) Scifres, ’11, weds

Congratulations to Emily (Chaniga), BCHS Class of 2011, and Luke Scifres, who were married on July 13, 2019 at Marian University. May you have many happy memories together!

Kathleen (Weaver) Carroll, ’10, weds

Congratulations to BCHS alumna Kathleen (Weaver) Carroll, Class of 2010, who married Travis Carroll on June 15, 2019 at St. Pius X Church.

Joseph Pauszek, ’10, scientist in Arizona

Joseph Pauszek, BCHS Class of 2010, is currently a Human Factors Scientist at Exponent, Inc., a multi-disciplinary scientific consulting firm in Scottsdale, AZ. Joseph graduated Summa Cum Laude Ph.D.
from the University of Notre Dame.

Zach Brown, ’10, teaches at St. Luke

Zach Brown, BCHS Class of 2010, sends us this news: “I recently started a new job as the 7th Grade English Language Arts Teacher at St. Luke Catholic School. I am also an assistant coach for the St. Luke Cadet Football team.” Congratulations on your new job, Zach!

Lucie Marshall, ’17, works on Solar project

Lucie Marshall, BCHS Class of 2017, is working on a project as a member of the Solar Ambassador student team at Coastal Carolina University. The team will be installing solar panels on VFW Post 10420 in Murrells Inlet. The project seeks to prevent 456,000 pounds of carbon dioxide through its solar panel projects.

“The Solar Ambassador program at CCU is a year-long program organized through San Francisco-based nonprofit Re-volv, whose goal is to empower local communities by providing solar to nonprofit organizations.

As part of the initiative – which CCU has to apply annually to be a part of – the Solar Ambassadors gain a thorough understanding of the energy sector and energy policy while educating community members about renewable energy.”

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