Ruben Garcia (Biology)
God has sent me on a great life journey since graduation. After graduating I married Elizabeth (Cousins) and we moved to Hutchinson where I began working as an EMT then a Paramedic. In addition to working in Hutch I also worked as a Paramedic for Sedgwick County from 1998 to 2002 which is when I left for medical school in the Caribbean. How I ended up in the Caribbean is purely by divine intervention. Currently Liz and I have been married 13 years and have a 2 year old daughter, Isabella. We live in Detroit, MI where I am completing a residency in Family medicine and then it looks like we'll head back to KS for a few years and who knows where God will send us after that. Well, that's pretty much it. God Bless. - 2007-11-03

Gregory Yurevich (Business Administration)
We still reside in Springfield, IL. I work as a Public Service Administrator in the Illinois Office of Internal Audits for The State of Illinois. My wife Gina works as a Financial Director. We have three beautiful children; Gabriella (7), Giovanna (3), and Grainger (1 1/2). - 2006-07-28

Daryll Bryant (Religion/Philosophy)
So what about me? married (10yrs) to the most beautiful woman in the world, Thesa, and have two gorgeous duaghters Shyanne (9yrs) and Makayla (5yrs) and a greatdane/boxer mix named Kaiser! We live in Colorado Springs, CO. I have a monthly T.V. show (DVD) and a weekly radio show with the ministry! I would love to hear from those of you that I knew at Sterling!

Executive Director of a nation wide ministry to help high school and college students stand for the truth in the face of severe opposition! in high schools and on college campuses check it out
P.S. Does anyone one know where Somi Fort or Mike Kelly are these days???? - 2005-04-11

Gregory Yurevich (Business Administration)
Grainger Leo'Allan Yurevich, born February 17, 2005, Mother: Gina Paige Yurevich; Sisters: Gabriella Elizabeth Yurevich 11/09/98 and Giovanna Catherine Yurevich, 10/30/03, we reside in Springfield, IL. I work as an Accountant for the State of Illinois. - 2005-03-14