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Dr. Charles Mueller, '79, is a surgeon in Houston, Missouri.
Scott Barber, '99, is the City Manager of Riverside.
Gabriel Morales, '02, is an award-winning playwright, director and author of Christian fiction. He co-owns/operates Twin Pierrot Productions, a Christian film and theatrical production company.
Dr. Fermin Whittaker, '69, is the executive director of the California Southern Baptist Convention.
California Southern Baptist Convention: Home: Fermin A. Whittaker
John Tavaglione, '87, has been the Riverside County Supervisor for the 2nd District since 1995, which includes Coronita, El Cerrito, Home Gardens, Jurupa Valley and the cities of Corona, Norco and approximately 1/3 of the City of Riverside.
Marsha Skidmore, '82, is a soloist and composer who wrote "Tell the World." She recorded several albums with the Maranatha! Singers and is involved with many other projects.
Daniel Pryfogle, '90, is Principal and Creative Director at Signal Hill Communications, a leadership and communications consultancy that outfits organizations for adventures in story.
Angela McCathran (left), '01, is the president and CEO of Peoples Trust Federal Credit Union in Houston, Texas.
Marilyn Blackaby, '60, and husband Henry run Blackaby Ministries International, an organization built to help people experience God. Henry Blackaby is also the author of "Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God," which has sold 7 million copies around the world.
Chrystal Kern, '76, is now Chief Financial Officer for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee in Washington, DC.
Collette Lee, '99, is the broker and owner of Tower Realty in Riverside.
Amy Johnson, '90, is now a news anchor for KCBS/KCAL news.
Dr. Jai Won Choi, '66, worked as a statistician for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for more than 30 years and has published more than 50 papers in various journals. He's now a professor at Medical College of Georgia's Department of Biostatistics.
Dustin Leigh Seltzer (née Konzelman), '05, was the Miss California contestant in the 2006 Miss America Pageant and was also a contestant on "The Amazing Race."
Nathan Fletcher, '97, is now a member of the California State Assembly.