May 20, 2022

Alumni News – Spring 2022

Congratulations to newlyweds Shannen Longridge Humphrey (’13) and husband, Ryan. Shannen says, “I married the love of my life, Ryan Humphrey, on December 18, 2021, in Weatherford, TX. Our desire for the wedding day was that the gospel be preached and that the love of Christ would be evident. We felt that goal was accomplished and had the best day ever. We could not have asked for more, and felt so loved by everyone who celebrated with us!” 

Also, congratulations are in order for Shannen’s recent educational and career accomplishments. Shannen holds a B.A. in biology with minors in Spanish and STEM from Texas A&M University and recently completed her master of physician assistant studies degree at the University of North Texas Health Science Center and passed her board exam. She recently posted her exciting news, “I got the news that I passed my board exam today and am officially a PA-C!! I praise God for all He has done and the blessings He has poured out. In the course of three months, I married my best friend, got to go on our honeymoon, graduated PA school, turned 27 and accepted my first big-girl job with Direct Orthopedic Care in DFW. I am so excited to be doing what I love and helping people for the rest of my life.”

Ryan is a cybersecurity professional for Southwest Airlines. The couple attends Doxology Bible Church.

Click here to learn more about alumni on campus, college graduations, Warrior weddings and little Warriors by reading the Spring 2022 Alumni Newsletter.

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