Brian Fisk, ’83, is manager of planning and redevelopment for the City of Irvine, CA. He is currently working on the development of Orange County Great Park, a 3,900-acre development on the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station site. The park will include a 1,300-acre public park, a planned community of 3,600 homes, and more than 5 million square feet of commercial, office, and institutional uses. He is also an instructor for the University of California at Irvine, teaching courses in urban planning and development. He lives in Laguna Nigel, CA.
Raymond Roberts, ’83, is the full-time minister of music and celebratory arts at Verde Baptist Church in Cottonwood, AZ. His wife, Dawn Rickard, ’83, is the middle school administrator and choir director for The Orme School of Arizona. They enjoy spending time with their children and live in Mayer, AZ, on the campus of The Orme School of Arizona.
Wendi Amundson Unrein, ’83, is a substitute teacher. She has had a home-based business teaching art for six years, and also creates jewelry. She is collaborating on artwork with her handicapped daughter. She is active in her church, and is working on a 75-foot mural for a new church building. She and her husband, Eric, recently moved to Topeka, KS, as her husband purchased a group of Midas franchises in the area.