News, Media and Stories | Class Of 2014

Andrew Wagner ’14 received his doctor of occupational therapy degree at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. 
Zachary Isoma MS ’10, PsyD ’14 recently held an educational forum at the Sun City Center (Fla.) Chamber of Commerce on dealing with loneliness and coping with a traumatic event. 
Shane Feuerbach ’14 was sworn into the Ceres (Calif.) Fire Department on March 20.
Fallon Harris '14 with students at Cornelius Elementary
Alumna Fallon Harris '14 created the nonprofit Eden Acres, promoting environmental literacy for all learners of all ages. Today, the organization is partnered with area schools, public agencies, and businesses, offering outdoor classes and sustainability activities for youth.
Connor Ryan ’14 and Becci Read ’14 were married on July 28, 2018, in Brush Prairie, Wash.
Bryan Mills ’14 was recently promoted to safeties coach for the Eastern Washington University football team. He was initially the defensive analyst for EWU, and also served as Pacific’s safeties coach for two seasons, helping the Boxers share the 2014 Northwest Conference regular season title. 
Dan Jaffe ’14 became the new Georgia Institute of Technology’s baseball volunteer assistant coach after more than six years on the scouting trail and as an elite catching instructor across the country. The Yellow Jackets are elated to have Jaffe on their staff.
Matt Millican MA ’14 has an art exhibit hosted by Four Rivers Cultural Center & Museum in Ontario, Ore.
Kathleen Sheeran MFA ’14 edited the newly published anthology, Tricked: An Anthology of Short Fiction, under her pen name, Kate Sheeran Swed.
The Boxer Love story of Shay Singer '14 & Travis George '14 began at Pacific University in Forest Grove. Shay and Travis met days before the end of their freshman year. It was in that summer that they started off on the adventure of a lifetime.