Susan Vaughan, MSN, RN, (1992) has been named chief nursing officer at North Mississippi Medical Center-Eupora.
Chris Rash (2005) has been named the new head men’s and women’s soccer coach at East Mississippi Community College. Rash earned an associate in early childhood education.
Dr. Ray Morgigno (1991), retired Pearl Public School District Superintendent, is currently serving as the Interim State Superintendent of Education while the State Board of Education searches for a permanent replacement.
Joe Loviza (1960) has been named a 2023 Mississippi State University Alumni Fellow. Loviza is a longtime supporter of MSU and the College of Education where he earned three degrees.
Louis L. Johnson Jr. (1971, 1973) was recently honored for his support by the Hinds County School Board. He played baseball and football at Hinds AHS and attended Utica Junior College on a baseball scholarship.
LaRetha Crumb Knox (1993) has been promoted to assistant vice president of Trustmark in Jackson.
Jacob Iles (2003) was recently hired to be head girls basketball coach at Canton Academy. He was a member of Hinds Connection and played on the tennis team.
James Davis (2015) was recently recognized by the Delta Business Journal as an outstanding minority business leader. Davis is founder and owner of 2240 Foundation and Davis Plumbing Services LLC.
The event will take place Oct. 19 at 4:30 p.m. as part of the annual Homecoming festivities.
Dr. Bill Boteler (1974) of Madison was honored for his achievements and contributions by the school’s Dental Alumni Board. Boteler, an associate professor in Care Planning and Restorative Sciences, is the 2023 Distinguished Friend of the Year.
Daryl Carson (2021) has been named Deputy Coroner in Warren County. Carson is a licensed paramedic with the Vicksburg Fire Department and is also a registered nurse. Spending 23 years with the VFD, he is currently holding the rank of captain.
Dr. Debbie Norris (1977), Dean of the Graduate School and Associate Provost at Mississippi College, has announced her retirement. Norris transferred to Mississippi College from Hinds and worked there for 40 years.