Jonathan W. Hedgepeth, founding partner of Hedgepeth, Heredia
& Rieder, was named to the 2015
Georgia Super Lawyers list.
Michael D. Tuggle joined Something Else Strategies as its new
chief creative officer after 15 years
as creative director and executive
creative director of LOOMIS, in
Dallas. Something Else Strategies
is a national Republican strategies
firm that specializes in producing media and advising candidates
running for the presidency, the
U.S. Senate, governorships and
Congress. In addition, SES works
with all the national Republican
committees, leading conservative
SuperPacs and several Fortune 500
Lt. Col. Toby D. McCoy (’95L) was
promoted to colonel in the Army Re-
serve JAGC and reassigned as the staff
judge advocate for the 1st Mission
Support Command, Fort Buchanan,
Puerto Rico. During this three-year
assignment, he will continue his
civilian work as the chief of labor and
employee relations at the Fort McCoy
Civilian Personnel Advisory Center,
in Wisconsin. His wife, Nancy, is
also a lieutenant colonel in the Army
Reserve JAGC and began the Army
War College Distance Education Pro-
gram to earn her master’s of strategic
William P. Coffin Jr. accepted a
position with the Starr Companies, a
global insurance and investments firm,
as its director of content, communica-
tions and media relations. He is in
charge of internally generated content
marketing, as well as placing content
with trade and mainstream media.
He will continue to work in midtown
David A. Mc Whorter started his
own consultancy, The Homeland
Security Consulting Group L.L.C., in
Dr. Patricia Perdigon Moser was
promoted to associate professor in the
department of radiology at the University of Florida. She teaches radiology
residents and medical students about
abdominal imaging and intervention.
Alegra M. O’Hare ’94 is global
senior director for brand marketing at
Adidas. She will run the communications for Adidas from its headquarters
in Germany. She lives in Nuremberg.
Sarah Ferguson Harris ’97 joined
SBK Financial after leaving her trust
advisor position with Sun Trust Bank.
She lives in Richmond with her family.
Sarah Spisich Crotts joined Wall
Esleeck Babcock L.L.P., in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, as an associate
attorney focusing on transactional
corporate and health care law.
Frampton L. Harper II ’89 and members of the 1985–86 basketball team gathered for
a reunion at Fripp Island, South Carolina. They enjoyed time with friends and family on
the beach, going for boat rides in the very same waters where Forrest Gump and Lt. Dan
shrimped, a hearty pickup basketball game and sharing a supper of Frogmore Stew.
Frogs are not in Frogmore Stew. The recipe is named for a nearby location — Frogmore,
Karen Watts Smith ’98 gathered with friends from the Class of 1998 in Ojai, California,
South Carolina (pop. 200) — and the ingredients are shrimp, corn on the cob, potatoes,
onions, sausage, Old Bay seasoning and a PBR. From l. to r.: Robbie Spencer ’87,
Jefferson Harrelson ’87, Fred Bissinger ’87, Lou Trosch ’88, Emmanuel Klump ’89, Steve
Hancock ’88, Lee Brading ’89 and Frampton Harper ’89.
on April 19 to celebrate the arrival of baby boy Duplissis. From l. to r.: Millie Heatwole
Duplissis, Taryn Kiekow Heimer, Danielle Simonetta Maurer, Karen Watts Smith
and Laura S. Whitney.