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  Ms. Amy G. Heller '94 M.Div.

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Class Notes

Welcome to 1994's Class Notes page. Here you will find news from your classmates as it was submitted in the late summer of 2009 for publication in Spectrum 2010.  Enjoy!

Moved? New job? Retired? Newly married? New grandchildren? Please submit your Class Notes to your Class Secretary or the Alumni Office by August 31, 2010, for publication in the next issue of Spectrum.



2010 Notes


Sarah Buxton-Smith '94 M.Div. has been elected to the International Board of the Compass Rose Society of the Anglican Communion. Sarah continues as Rector of St. Andrew's, Buffalo while her husband, the Stephen J.S. Smith, a Ph.D. Candidate at the State University of New York at Buffalo, is writing his dissertation on Anglicanism and Slavery. They are enjoying their new Bichon Frise puppy, "Bijou," a gift from a parishioner.


Donald Eubank ’94 S.T.M is serving as a US Army Chaplain at Fort Monroe, VA. He is working on his Doctor of Ministry at King's Seminary. His thesis is "Self-Care For Military Chaplains." He and Jackie have been married for 35 years and became grandparents in January ‘08. They are spending this Christmas with their children and grandchild in Hawaii. They hope to transition to civilian ministry within the next five years and possibly do mission work in Central America.


Since 1998, Susan Pfeil ’94 M.Div., ’02 S.T.M. has completed five interim pastorates, a specialization that has become more and more vital for churches in transition. Over the years since 1988, She has made twenty-two mission trips to Central America: Nicaragua, Guatemala, and Southern Mexico, and after Hurricane Katrina, 2005, Susan traveled to Gulfport/Biloxi Mississippi to participate with Presbyterian Disaster Assistance. In Feb.‘08, and ‘09, she returned there again with groups from First Cong. Church, Stamford, to serve at Back Bay Mission. In November 2007 her first article was published in the Journal of Religion and Abuse entitled, “A New Understanding of Clergy Compassion Fatigue for Facilitators of Trainings for the Prevention of Sexual Misconduct.” Susan is a facilitator for the Healthy Boundaries Workshops, and also serves on the Committee on Ministry for the Presbytery of Southern New England.


Martha Serpas ’94 M.Div. has accepted a position in the University of Houston's Creative Writing Program after ten years at the University of Tampa. Once she gets settled, she hopes to continue the hospital chaplaincy work she began at Tampa General at Memorial Hermann Hospital. Her most recent poems appear in The New Yorker and in Christianity and Literature.