A daughter, Kyla Lynn, born September 4, 2013 to Heather (Riggar) ’08 and Kevin Naylor. Heather, formerly a special education teacher and nanny, is now a stay at home mom. Kevin is a process quality engineer at GE. The family lives in Simpsonville, South Carolina.
A daughter, Isla Nell, born October 2, 2013 to Lindy (Schier) ’01 and Allen Hylton, Jr. She joins a big brother, Cale. Lindy is an 8th grade Special Education teacher in Horry County Schools. Allen is a golf teaching pro at the PGA Superstore in Myrtle Beach. The family lives in Little River, South Carolina.
Candice McDonald ’08, ’12 recently accepted a position at NASA and will be working at NASA’s Glenn Research Center in emergency management. Since graduating from Malone’s Organizational Leadership program she has been identified as an emerging leader in the fire service on a national level and has been published in multiple fire service magazines. She is also working on her Ph.D. in Human Services with a specialty in Disaster, Crisis, & Intervention. You can visit her website at www.CandiceMcDonald.com.
A daughter, Eleanor Elizabeth, to Michael and Alex (Kohls) McLean ’02 on March 23, 2014.
Alex also is a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary, where she received a master’s in Cross Cultural Studies. An RN, she is a manger of clinical practice for Gentiva Home Health Services.
The family lives in Nashville, Tenn.
Bill Anderson ’74 is an Education Lead Consultant with the Allstate Insurance Company. He has taught and managed the education of sales professionals in the insurance industry including companies such as The Hartford and Wells Fargo for more than 25 years. Bill met his wife Kathy (Walker) at Malone. They are active members in the Stony Point Presbyterian Church in Richmond, VA and in an inner city outreach program called the Church Hill Activities and Tutoring (CHAT). Learn more about CHAT at https://www.facebook.com/CHATRichmond
Jennifer James Davies ’04 is a production assistant for The Velocity of Autumn on Broadway. She is studying at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade Training Center and performs with a rotating cast in the improv comedy show Sunday Night Improv at the Stand Up NY Theatre in New York City. Jennifer continues to audition, write, and perform throughout NYC.
Mandi (Kurzen) Dudgeon ’01 has been made partner at Carlock, Copeland & Stair. She is a member of the South Carolina office’s commercial litigation team and handles a wide variety of litigation matters, focusing her practice on advising and representing attorneys, real estate agents, accountants, and other professionals. Mandi graduated from the University of South Carolina School of Law, where she was a member of the South Carolina Law Review Editorial Board.
Mandi is active in the ABA Lawyers Professional Liability Section and President of the Charleston Lawyers Club. She previously served as co-chair of the South Carolina Bar Young Lawyer’s Division (YLD) Marketing and Publications Committee and editor of the YLD’s quarterly publication The SC Young Lawyer. Mandi is a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rated attorney and has been included in the South Carolina Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in 2012 and 2013 as one of the best young lawyers in professional negligence defense matters. Less than three percent of the lawyers in the state are named to the list.
Mandi and her husband, Dr. Wes Dudgeon ’02, a professor of Health and Human Performance at the College of Charleston, live in Charleston with their daughter Reese. They are active members at James Island Christian Church, and Wes is chairman of the James Island Christian School Board.