Archives for Connections

Connections: Fall 2019

1974 Cindy Myers Reynolds has retired following a 43-year career in law enforcement. She was the first female patrol officer in Montgomery, Alabama. Upon retiring from the police department after 20 years, she spent one day retired and then took a job as a deputy with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s office. After 16 years as a patrol deputy, she moved to the legal services division
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Divine direction: Lynsay Waller Brautnick

Dr. Lynsay Waller Brautnick always intended to be a doctor, but her path did not follow what one may call a traditional route. It all started with an announcement at the dinner table when Brautnick was in third grade: She was going to be a physician when she grew up. “I don’t know where [the idea to be a physician] came from,” Brautnick said. “My
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Connections: Spring 2019

1948 Joseph and Jane Zazzi Mitchen celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary on Nov. 2, 2018. They were married by L.C. Sears. They have six children and a host of grandchildren. (822 Canforth Drive, Baton Rouge, LA 70810) 1967 Gary Turner has been selected as deputy region director for Region 14 for the American Society of Quality. His duties are in assisting governance of sections in
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Passionate business

Bethany Halford (’07) and Amanda Jerkins (’01) heard about each other through their husbands and mutual friends for years before meeting. The “style soul mates” soon teamed up to create Whoa, Wait. Walmart?, a media platform featuring fashionable items and deals at Wal-Mart. Halford and Jerkins both graduated from Harding with degrees in fashion and interior merchandising. In 2013, Halford began a blog where she
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Performing at Pearl Harbor

Don Eudaly (’78) in an attorney in Little Rock, Arkansas, but he considers himself more of a musician than a businessman. On Dec. 7, 2016, Eudaly performed an original song at the 75th National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Commemoration at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu. His song, “White Sailor Hat,” was inspired by a story told about his father, who served in the Navy in the South
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