Emeritus Professor Audrey Remley Meets with Two Unique Alums
Alumni & Friends News
Westminster alums can be found making a difference in many ways all over the country. Audrey Remley, emeritus faculty member, recently reunited with two such unique alums and provided an update on their lives.
Melinda Veatch, Class of 1983, was a member of the notable first entering class of women in 1979. She is an ordained Presbyterian minister and currently is the Executive Director of the Tarrant Area Community of Churches in Fort Worth, Texas.
Roy Birk, Class of 1996, is a language analyst with the US Department of Defense. He lives and works in Maryland and speaks both French and Arabic.
|Audrey Remley (left) with Melinda Veatch '83, member of the first entering class of women in 1979 and now an ordained minister in Texas.
||Audrey Remley (right) with Roy Birk '96, fluent in French and Arabic now a language analyst with the Department of Defense in Maryland. |
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