Welcome to the HHCS Alumni page. The purpose of this page is to help us fulfill the mission to unite graduates and friends of HHCS in support of one another, the school, and the Gospel through prayer, networking, giving and promotion. We want to hear about what the Lord is doing in your life today. Please fill out the profile form below to update your information. We also invite you to connect with us through our Facebook page.
Noah Alexander Willis
July 1, 2021
7 lb 10 oz, 21 inches
Keith (2010) & Amanda Willis
Callen David Montgomery
June 27, 2021
9 lb 2 oz, 21 inches
Tommy & Kaelyn (McKee 2011) Montgomery
Tessa Autumn Pace
June 26, 2021
6 lb 13 oz, 20.25 inches
Ethan & Jacque (Husted 2014) Pace
Oliver Gene King
June 22, 2021
8 lb 8 oz, 20 inches
Grant & Molly (Bond 2017) King
Shane Thomas Knisley
June 2, 2021
8 lb 9 oz, 22 inches
Tommy & Keri (Kimbrough 2009) Knisley
Cesar Emilio Rios
April 28, 2021
7 lb 14 oz, 21 inches
Cesar (2008) & Berkley Rios
Thomas Joseph "TJ" Dorton
April 15, 2021
8 lb 6 oz
Eric & Brittany (Fouch 2002) Dorton
June 12, 2021
Levi Grooms (2018) to Kalista Harvey
June 6, 2021
Lyndsey Eddleman (2015) to Jean-Pierre Leroy
May 24, 2021
Sarah Perkins (2015) to Matt Cruickshank
May 15, 2021
Jared Bond (2019) to Caroline Rosenbaum (2020)
Angela Brown Morris (1985) has been appointed Chair of the Humanities Department at Maranatha Baptist University (MBU). She holds an M.S. in Speech Communication from UW-Whitewater, a B.S. in Speech Education with a minor in English from Maranatha, and is TESOL certified (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) with a CELTA certification through Cambridge University.
Angela is married to Dr. Dwayne Morris, an Associate Pastor at Calvary Baptist Church in Watertown. They have three adult children.
In college at Maranatha, Angela Morris’s academics and extracurriculars defined her as a true Renaissance woman. She was cast in numerous plays and musicals: Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew and Twelfth Night, Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance, Spoon River Anthology, and The Gilded Age. She took voice lessons, was a member of Chamber Singers, won the Commencement Sacred Art Song Contest, and represented the school two summers traveling with The Victory Players—a music and drama team. At her college graduation, Morris received the “Thelma Melford Cedarholm Founder’s Award”.
During her 30 years teaching at Maranatha, Angela Morris has embraced the humanities—teaching English (Grammar and Composition), Speech (Fundamentals of Public Speaking, Oral Interpretation, Teaching Children’s Drama, and Persuasion), Linguistics, TESOL classes, and Online Communication courses. She has directed plays both at Maranatha Baptist Academy and at the University, as well as writing and directing numerous Fall Festival Programs for the university.
Mrs. Morris’s influence in the local community reaches past the boundaries of university academics. She is in charge of the ESL classes and activities of Calvary Baptist Church, teaches an ongoing Bible study with Maranatha Academy students during their lunch hour, speaks for ladies conferences and local church women’s meetings, and has assisted her husband in leading multiple foreign and domestic missions trips with college students and church youth groups. Furthermore, she has served eight years in a political appointment within the local city government.
In an address to the Humanities faculty acknowledging her acceptance of the position, Angela remarked, “I’m thankful for the team that God has raised up for such a time as this.” Nathan Huffstutler, English professor at MBU commented, “Angela is a natural fit for this position. She loves her students, knows the department’s needs, and has a passion for the humanities. As her colleagues, we are excited about her new role.”
On November 20, 2020, Elizabeth Richardson (1986) Haines, was named one of four USA recipients of the Integrity and Ethics Award presented by R1 RCM. The award recognizes associates who "adhere to our Compliance Principles by making the right decisions, for the right reasons, every day." R1 is the leading provider of technology-enabled RCM (Revenue Cycle Management) services for hospitals, health systems and physician groups.
Stephanie Kirklin (1990) Smith recently started a blog entitled ThinkBible.online. Contributors worldwide share challenges and lessons learned and encourage participants to saturate their minds with the Word of God so thinking Biblically comes naturally. Check it out on Facebook and contact Stephanie for a link. Stephanie and her husband, Mike, are missionaries with Biblical Ministries Worldwide providing ministry assistance to pastors, missionaries, and Christian camps (building projects, preaching, music, teaching) doing whatever it takes to get the job done.
Stephanie also is a published author. Watching God Work: Ministry Among the Macushi is the miraculous story of two dedicated ladies, Miriam Abbott and Jane Burns, who simply wanted to be used by God. Little did they dream that He would choose them to bring the written Word - for the first time ever - to an entire tribe of people through medical evangelism. The book is available through Amazon in Kindle and paperback.