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Alumni News

Every Monday, our Alumni Association highlights a former Heritage student on Facebook to celebrate their achievements since graduation. Listed below are a few of our alumni that have been featured on our Facebook page in the past. To submit your own #AlumniMonday story, contact Derek Todd, Development Manager, at derek.todd@heritagechristian.net.

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Debbie (Reynolds) Driskell ('80)

Debbie Driskell's involvement in Fishers as the Delaware Township Trustee began with finding herself as a resource for residents looking to understand town ordinances and representation at town council meetings.

Jennifer Foltz ('06)

Congratulations to Jennifer Foltz who recently received her doctorate from the University of Texas.

Mark Smiley ('00)

Congratulations to Mark Smiley and his wife Janelle as they completed a traverse of the entire Alps from east to west and set a record by completing it in only 36 days.

Byron Fourman ('02)

Byron Fourman and several of his coworkers were recently honored by the Indiana State Police with an Appreciation Award. Byron serves with the Knox County Sheriff's Dept.

Claire (Freeman) Ray ('09)

Congratulations to 2009 graduate Claire (Freeman) Ray on the birth of her son, Kase Robert Ray, last week! Claire's husband, Kyle, is a fourth grade teacher and head football coach at HCS

Simone Cheatham ('06)

When Simone graduated from Heritage, she found herself on a long and winding road to her eventual career and current position as an Employee Relations and Employee Engagement Manager at Comcast NBCUniversal in the Chicago area.

Andrew Gonzales ('08)

Andrew graduated from Butler University with a PharmD degree and began working for a pharmacy chain. Now, he is the Director of Pharmacy Services at HealthNet Community Health Centers.

Sara Crawford ('09)

Sara Crawford is a graduate of Herron School of Art and Design and is currently a commercial photographer in Carmel, IN. Her clients include chefs, architects, builders, and designers.

James Houck ('10)

Update: James Houck and his wife, Kylie, who we profiled back in May, will be leading a group of current and former Wheaton College football players on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic in early March.

Andrew Brunett ('11)

Congratulations to Andrew Brunett, who was sworn into the Westfield Police Department back in December.

Eric Burke ('09)

Congratulations to Eric Burke '09 on his new position! Zimmer Chiropractic & Nutrition recently posted on their Facebook page that they're excited to welcome Dr. Eric Burke.

Craig Kaster ('91)

Craig began his career working for companies such as Delphi and Chrysler. In 2006, he joined Subaru as a Process Engineer overseeing 20 other engineers as they work together in the Trim and Final assembly areas of the Subaru plant.

Ariel Norris ('14)

Congratulations to 2014 HCS graduate, Ariel Norris, Butler University business student and semi-finalist for the National Retail Federation Next Generation Scholarship!

David Day ('84)

David Day '84 is currently a Sergeant with the Marion Police (Indiana) Department, where he has worked for nearly 25 years while also teaching history part-time.

Kirsten Davenport ('12)

Kirsten Davenport is currently the HR Manager for the Central Division for the Kroger Company, is studying for the LSAT, was recently named Miss Banks of the Wabash and competed in the Miss Indiana Pageant. 

Allison Martin ('00)

Allison Martin was recently featured in the Carmel Current for her initiative to help eliminate book deserts. Congratulations Allison for inspiring your students!

Sarah (Wilkins) Arosen ('10)

Sarah and her husband Kyle are missionaries in El Plan, Cortes, Honduras currently working with the Honduras Baptist Dental Mission spreading the gospel through medical and dental clinics.

Jennifer Nutter ('88)

For Jennifer Nutter, her grade school and high school alma mater is more than just a memory. In fact, she revisits the hallways and classrooms of the Elementary building every day, as one of the school’s most beloved teachers.

Kathryn Carpenter ('98)

Today, Kathryn is teaching music arranging, composing, recording, performing, and singing. She says that one of the greatest joys of music is continuing to grow, learn, and study.