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Ryan Shannon – Class of 2005
Ryan stopped by for a visit with Coach Turner and talked about the fabulous days at FBCA!
D.J Gunter - Class of 2012
D.J. attended FBCA from Kindergarten through 12th grade. Following graduation, she attended the University of Houston, majoring in Media Production with a minor in French. At UH, she participated in the Angers Program, studying abroad in France. She also interned at 104.1 KRBE in Houston and NFL Films in New Jersey. In 2014, she published her first children’s book titled, Funny Features.
D.J. graduated from the University of Houston in December 2016. Following graduation, she has enjoyed working for NFL Films as a Social Media Producer/Production Assistant. This past year, D.J. and her co-workers were nominated for a Sports Emmy for their work on the series, Hard Knocks.
Garrett Houston - Class of 2015
Garrett Surrendered to God’s call into the ministry in 2017. He felt God move him to England into a year long program. Daniel challenge is a year out to spend with God by serving people and a year of growth by challenging yourself into both your strengths and your weakness! The team members are students from Poland, England and Ukraine.
When Garrett returns, he will complete his last year at UMHB. He is seeking God for answers to know what his ministry will be after college.
Bethany (Mathews) Davis - Class of 2006, Valedictorian
Bethany graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Business Management. She later received Masters of Educational Leadership from Lamar University.
Bethany has been teaching junior high for the past 9 years in Deer Park and Pasadena.
She married in 2015, welcomed their first child in 2018.
Whitney Jordan - Class of 2016
Since graduation, Whitney spent the whole summer (plus some) at Parris Island MCRD earning the title of a United States Marine! In September she was in Camp Pendleton in San Diego for Marine Combat Training at the school of infantry.
Whitney is currently at Fort Leonard Wood for her MOS school to become a combat mechanic. After that, she will go to her permanent duty station overseas and going on deployments!
Kayla Knight - Class of 2013
Since graduation, Kayla has attended and graduated from East Texas Baptist University. In May 2017, Kayla earned BS in Nursing and graduated summa cum laude.
She is currently working at Memorial Hermann TMC in a cardiac critical care unit as a registered nurse. While studying at ETBU, she had the opportunity to travel to Zambia, Africa with the nursing department on two occasions.
Kayla currently is living in downtown Houston and enjoying being single, traveling, and waiting for whatever adventure is next.
Jared Pilcher - Class of 2006
Since graduating from FBCA, Jared went on to Texas A&M where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Aerospace Engineering. From there he returned to Houston to work for TAS Energy as a Mechanical Engineer utilizing 3D Software Modelling tools to build turbine cooling units.
After two years with TAS, Jared answered the call of duty and commissioned into the United States Air Force as a 2nd Lieutenant. Commissioning involved two months of intense training in Montgomery, Alabama at Maxwell AFB, and upon completion of Officer Training School Jared was assigned to Los Angeles AFB, Los Angeles, California as an Acquisitions Officer.
Jared is part of the GPS directorate where he helps to design the latest generation of GPS satellites. He is directly involved in developing critical military capabilities that support and defend troops around the world. During his 2.5 years at LA AFB, Jared has been promoted to the rank of 1st Lieutenant, won numerous Company Grade Officer of the Year/Quarter awards, and consistently been ranked at the top of his peers. Most recently, Jared has been selected to attend the Air Force Institute of Technology in the Fall of 2019 where he will earn a Masters of Science in Engineering Management.
Taylor Davis - Class of 2016
Taylor attends Howard Payne University to pursue a degree in Music Education with an emphasis in vocal music. She has really enjoyed immersing herself into this Godly campus and being a part of almost every organization!
Recently, she was named the Outstanding Lower Division Music Student for Voice and joined the Heritage Singers, HPU’s top choir. She is excited and humbled to be a part of such a wonderful choir. She is also excited about all the opportunities God has blessed her with in the theatre department. This past fall, she was seen as Augusta Sinclair in Jack Sharkey’s play, “Missing Link” and was seen as Isabel in Gilbert & Sullivan’s operetta, “The Pirates of Penzance” in fall of 2017.
This coming spring, Taylor will be performing as Papagena in Mozart’s opera, “Die Zauberflöte” (“The Magic Flute”). She is very excited to see where God will continue to lead her in her music and theatre. To God be the Glory and Sting ‘Em!
Christy (Garcia) Lennon - Class of 2011
Christy received a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Baylor University and became a Registered Nurse in 2015.
She spent 2 years as an inpatient adult leukemia nurse at MD Anderson in the Medical Center.
In 2016, Christy married Michael Lennon, a mechanical engineer by degree who is currently the engineering manager at Wild Well Control in their subsea department. They a Weimaraner named Stormy the Destroyer.
Christy currently works as a school nurse at a Christian school in Kingwood. She and her husband have had the pleasure of traveling to Europe several times since graduation, to visit her family, who is currently based in the Netherlands on work assignment. When they are not traveling, she spends her time practicing calligraphy, and going to estate sales with sister in law!
Elaine "Lanie" (Shim) Green - Class of 2013
Looking back at the day she graduated from FBCA, Lanie did not at all expect that she would be where she is today. Lanie started her journey in pursuit of a biology degree to put toward a medical career, had a deep love for British culture, and had no interest in “finding love” while at college. Today, she is working at a family law firm with future plans to attend law school, calls the windy state of Oklahoma “home,” and is happily married.
Lanie graduated from Oral Roberts University in 2017 with her degree in Psychology and Pre-law. She changed her last name to “Green” on St. Patrick’s Day of the year 2018, and has discovered she can cook despite having never done so prior to marriage. She is currently an assistant to two attorneys who are helping her learn the ropes to “what law school never teaches you,” as she is frequently told.
To those who are afraid of the future, know that you will never have everything figured out. However, trust in God; He will guide you to where you need to be – every time.
Devin Franklund - Class of 2008
After graduating from Texas A&M in 2011, Devin attended the Police Academy and became an officer for the Pasadena Police Department.
Devin was selected to be a Financial Crimes Detective and he is currently assigned, along with the SWAT team, as adjunct academy instructor.
He married his wife Katie in July 2013 and they are expecting their first child in May 2019!
Class of 2008 Reunion in 2020
Kimberly Walker taught at FBCA from 2000-2010. Here is Mrs. Walker’s introduction to the Class of 2008 Reunion.
“When the class of 2008 was about to graduate, I gave them an invitation to meet me in 12 years on the steps of the San Jacinto Monument. It was a bit of a social experiment.
I had read in a magazine as a teenager about a teacher in the 1970’s who had done something similar with an elementary class she had. They met her 25 years later at the St. Louis Arch. I always thought that I would try something like it myself when the right class came along. I chose the class of 2008 for several reasons. First of all, I felt very close to that class. Many of them I had taught from 7th to 12th grade. Secondly, when their senior year started I was 31 years old. It occurred to be that in 12 years the class of 2008 would be about the age I was when I taught them their senior year. It might be interesting for them to be able to look back and put themselves in my shoes.
I chose June 20, 2020 at noon to be our meeting time because it just seemed like an easy date to remember. At that time, 2020 seemed not only mysterious, but a long way off! I chose to have them meet me at the San Jacinto Monument because it seemed like a place that was always sure to be around.
Of course, no one could have predicted what the year 2020 was going to actually bring us. There were many times that I thought we would have no one show up. Many were unable to attend because of Covid, but several former staff and students braved their way to the reunion. We even Face Timed one class member in El Salvador.
It was such a delight to see them. They are all lovely and accomplished young people. I was proud to have had the opportunity to be a small part of their lives once upon a time. I pray that they will always look back at their time as Warriors with warm and happy memories.
Coach Teutsch even showed up wearing a t-shirt from that class’s senior year!”