News, Media and Stories | Class Of 2019

Joshua Pearl
Joshua Pearl' 19 learned about the therapeutics of music in the hardest possible way: He was afflicted with an autoimmune disease that caused him severe pain. He turned to the piano as a form of treatment, and it helped lessen the need for painkillers he had been prescribed. Recognizing that music could do for others what it did for him, Pearl became a music therapist.
Travis Dennison MA '15, PsyD '19 joined Toppenish Medical-Dental Clinic in Toppenish, Wash., in  Feb. 2021.
Dusty Meyer '19 playing baseball as a student
Former baseball player and current assistant coach Dusty Meyer ’19 is a recipient of a scholarship from the Roloff family.
Kaitlyn Iseminger MA '19 Joins Life Encounter Counseling
Devin Finch OD '19 joined the Tumwater Eye Center in Tumwater, Wash.
Ana Michalowsky MFA '19 published a poem, Cinderella’s Plenty, online at the MEASURE REVIEW.
Dickens-Stutzman
Kyle Dickens '16, MHA '19, PharmD '19, and Sarah (Stutzman) Dickens MSW ‘21 were married June 14, 2020.
Jeffery Szabo OT '19 and his spouse welcomed their daughter, Jemma Joyelle Szabo, on May 2, 2020. 
Victor Pollak MFA '19 just recently published his debut book, titled Saving the Light at Chartres: How the Great Cathedral and Its Stained-Glass Treasures Were Rescued during World War II. 
Adam Katz '19 opened a new dog training business called Katz K9. 

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