Milo Welcomes New Staff

Three new faculty members have joined the Milo family. Richard Carrigan is the new English Language Learning (ELL) Program Coordinator. Carrigan has 20 years of experience teaching in Adventist language schools in Asia. He is moving from Michigan, where he recently received his master's degree in education from Andrews University. He and his wife Therese, a dental hygienist, are looking forward to their new ministry at Milo.

Also new to the campus is Robert Malvaney, who is assisting John Kelly in the maintenance department. When Kelly retires in June, Malvaney will become the head of the maintenance and grounds departments. Malvaney comes to us from Coos Bay, where he worked in construction, but his experience includes being the maintenance and grounds director at Enterprise Academy in Kansas. Malvaney and his wife Donna have two girls, Allison and Alisha.

Yolanda Guerra, a taskforce worker, will be assisting in the peer ministries and guidance departments. She calls Tepic, Mexico, her home, but she lived most recently in Michigan, where she earned her master's degree in youth ministries. Her expertise and helpful spirit are appreciated.

The friendly, dedicated ministry of these new staff has already been a blessing to the campus, and the Milo family is excited to welcome them to the team.

February 01, 2007 / Oregon Conference
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