The university’s marketing communications office welcomes Brenn Borror as a web designer. A current student, Brenn will be a senior marketing major at George Fox in the fall. Since February of 2014, he has worked as a digital marketing and graphic design intern in the university’s sports marketing department. He was also the creative director for The Student Collective student journal publication during the 2015-16 academic year, and in 2014-15 he served as the publication’s head photographer. Brenn has also worked as a freelance digital media producer for the past two years. He lives in Tigard and attends Mountain Park Church in Lake Oswego.
The College of Education welcomes Holli Paskewich as a program coordinator for the Doctor of Education program and other support services within the college. Since the fall of 2014 she has worked as the marketing coordinator for Custom Decorators of Portland. Before that, she spent eight and a half years as the owner of Sparkle Your Life, working as a professional organizer and natural cleaning expert out of her homes in Newberg and Tigard. Holli studied communications at both Portland Community College and Oregon State University. She lives in Newberg with Chris, her husband of 23 years, and the couple has three children: Josh (21), Mikayla (14) and Mikenzie (13). The family attends Newberg Christian Fellowship, where Holli and Chris lead the middle school youth group.
Alumnus Ryan Forbes has joined the undergraduate admissions office as an admissions counselor. Ryan is a 2009 graduate of the university, from which he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He spent the last year assisting his wife Emily, also a George Fox graduate, with her nutrition and cooking coaching business, loveandplants.com. Previously, for three years, he was a guest services manager with The Allison Inn and Spa in Newberg. He also spent a year in Europe (2010-11) as a resort attendant in Garmisch, Germany, allowing him to travel to more than 25 countries. He and Emily live one block from campus in Newberg and attend Grace Chapel in Wilsonville.
Trevor Daimler joins the university’s plant services department as an HVAC technician. For the past two years he’s worked as an HVAC installer for Advantage Heating and Cooling of Salem, Ore., and before that worked for a year as the owner and operator of Rock River HVAC of Madras, Ore. Previously, from 2010 to 2013, he was an operations manager with Advantage Heating and Cooling. Trevor lives in Newberg with wife Tara and their children Vanessa, Aiden and Patton. They attend Timberline Baptist Church in Sherwood.
Jared Roth (Business) left the university in early June to dedicate more time to serving as co-lead pastor of Evergreen Christian Center and working with two business clients.
Brianna Provoast (Physical Therapy) left the university last month to pursue a career as an esthetician.
Elise Porter (Registrar) left George Fox in June to return to graduate school.
Lauri Smith (Art and Design) left the university as a faculty member.
Larry Weber (Education) has announced his retirement from the university.
Josh Sweeden (Seminary) and Nell Becker Sweeden (Seminary) will leave George Fox in mid-August for new positions with the Church of the Nazarene.