Dukes to King d’Iberville 2013
Robert “Bobby” Brashier of Gulfport is a father of Rebecca Brashier. They have 3 children, Brandon, Bass and Abbie. He is a son of Peggy Eley Brashier and a late J.C. Brashier.
Bobby is a connoisseur of Thibodaux High School and warranted a bachelor’s category from William Carey University. He also is a connoisseur of a Ole Miss School of Banking and is a approved word advisor with Stewart Sneed Hewes, a multiplication of BancorpSouth.
He is a past member of a Biloxi Jaycees, a Kiwanis and Rotary clubs, and a past house member of a Boys Girls Club. He also is past boss and past aristocrat of Mithras and is a member of Nativity BVM Cathedral. He serves as a initial clamp boss on a house of Revelers.
GCCA affiliations: Bobby formerly served as a duke to his hermit Jim Brashier, who was King D’Iberville 2003. His great-aunt Mildred Eley was Queen Ixolib in 1927. His niece Dewey Brashier was a lassie in 2008 and Queen Ixolib in 2009. His daughter Abbie Brashier was a page in 2009, and his hermit Jim Brashier was a duke in 2001. His niece Analise Brashier was a lassie in 2009, and his nephew Sam Brashier was a page in 2009.
Gregg Descher of Ocean Springs is a father of Meredith Cash Descher. They have dual daughters, Katherine and Mary Carlton. He is a son of Bill and Pat Descher of Ocean Springs.
He is a connoisseur of Ocean Springs High School and attended a University of Alabama. He warranted his bachelor’s category from Mississippi State University, where he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He is a owner/operator of McDonald’s Descher Organization on a Mississippi Gulf Coast and in Southern Alabama. He also serves on several marketing, capability and group committees for a Great Southern Region of McDonald’s Restaurants.
Gregg has been a house member for a Boys Girls Clubs and is a Salvation Army house member and a member of a Ocean Springs Parks and Recreation Board. He is a co-chairman of a Jolly McCarty Golf Tournament in Jackson County and a member of a Ronald McDonald House house of directors in Mobile. Gregg has served as a Reveler’s house member for a final 8 years and serves as a house member of a Ocean Springs Soccer Booster Club. For a past 11 years, he has been a University of Alabama Tide Pride member.
He and his family are members of St. Paul Methodist Church in Ocean Springs. Gregg is a member of a Biloxi Yacht Club, Treasure Oak Country Club and Bayou Bluff Tennis Club.
GCCA affiliations: Gregg was a duke in 2011. His wife, Meredith Cash Descher, was a lassie in 1997, and his daughter Katherine is page to King d’Iberville 2013.
Dr. David Houser of Biloxi is a son of Dr. and Mrs. Bruce T. Bleil. He is godfather to Katelyn Watts, Nicole Radich and Caroline Dellenger. David is a connoisseur of Biloxi High School and warranted as bachelor of grant in engineering during Mississippi State University. He warranted his alloy of dental medicine category from a University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Dentistry.
He practices dentistry during his clinic, David J. Houser, D.M.D., in Biloxi. David is a member of a Mississippi Dental Association, fifth district, as good as a American Dental Association and a Academy of General Dentistry. He also is a member of Sunkist Country Club.
David is a past boss of Les Cavaliers and a past aristocrat of a Krewe of Athena. He is also a former member of Revelers and stream member of Mithras. In his gangling time, he enjoys golfing and giving fishing lessons.
David Machado and his wife, Donna Cravens Machado, are residents of Gulfport. They have dual children, Savannah Grace Smith and Addison Faith Machado. He is a son of Pat and Melann Machado and a late David John Eistetter.
David is a connoisseur of Biloxi High School, where he played on a round and golf teams. He was a member of a golf group and a target of a Phi Theta Kappa grant during Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. He attended a University of South Alabama, where he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. David warranted a bachelor of grant in polite engineering from Mississippi State University and served as a boss of a American Society of Engineers. In 2000, he warranted a master of business administration and financial category from Tulane University. At Tulane, he warranted a Allen R. Vorholt Memorial Award for care in business and village service.
He is a owners and principal operative of Machado Patano PLLC in Biloxi. His wife, Donna, is clamp boss of Joan Cravens Construction.
David and his family are members of Trinity United Methodist Church in Gulfport. He serves as a house member of a Biloxi Chamber of Commerce and as a cabinet member of a American Council of Engineering Companies. He is a member of many organizations, including Coast Young Professionals, Mississippi Engineering Society, a National Society of Professional Engineers, a Gulf Coast Business Council, a Home Builders Association and a Association of Builders and Contractors. He is also a member of Bayou Bluff Tennis Club and a Sunkist Country Club.
His affinity of Mardi Gras stems from his late uncle Raymond J. Cox, who worked with many Mississippi Gulf Coast fair associations for over 20 years conceptualizing tableaus, costumes, stages and themes for fair balls.
GCCA affiliations: David’s great-grandmother Mary Chinn served as Queen Ixolib in 1917.
David Riemann of Gulfport is married to Diane Gollotte Riemann. He has 4 children, Chad Riemann and his wife, Heather; Ashlie Holt and her husband, Jason; Addison Riemann; and Jeffrey Migues. He also has 5 grandchildren, John David, Sadie, Emma, Sam and Ethan.
He is a connoisseur of Gulfport East High School and warranted a bachelor’s category in business administration from Millsaps College. He also is a protected Mississippi wake director.
David is a owners and authority of Riemann Family Funeral Homes, Mississippi Gulf Coast. He manages wake home operations and wake word companies. David represents a third era in a Riemann family to offer families along a Gulf Coast.
He has served as boss of a Mississippi Funeral Directors Association, boss of Home Service Life Insurers Council of Mississippi and boss of a International Order of a Golden Rule, a worldwide wake organisation of 1,500 members. He has twice perceived a Mississippi Funeral Director of a Year Award.
David is a member of a Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce and a Gulfport, Long Beach, Orange Grove and Biloxi chambers.
He is a past authority of a Administrative Board and Finance Committee during First United Methodist Church in Gulfport. He is also a former member of a Gulfport Rotary Club and a former house member of a Red Cross and Lynn Meadows Discovery Center. He is a member of a Revelers Carnival Association, as good as a past house member of a Gulfport Chamber of Commerce. He is a past aristocrat of a Order of Billikins and a past duke of Revelers.
GCCA affiliations: His son, Addison Riemann, served as dwindle dispatcher in 2001.
Garner Wetzel of Gulfport is a son of James and Garnette Wetzel. He is a connoisseur of St. John High School, where he played both football and baseball.
He warranted his bachelor’s category in business administration and minored in economics during Millsaps College. At Millsaps, he was initial group All-American in round and a 2005 and 2006 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of a Year. He was named a Boo Ferris Award finalist for Mississippi’s best college round actor in 2005.
In 2005, he was drafted by a Colorado Rockies in a 10th turn and in 2006 was drafted and sealed by a San Diego Padres in a 18th round. Following college, he played a year and a half of teenager joining round in Eugene, Ore., and Peoria, Ariz.
He warranted his law category from a Mississippi College School of Law. He specializes in personal damage use during his father’s law firm, James K. Wetzel and Associates. He is a member of a Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association, a American Trial Lawyers Association and a American Bar Association. Garner is protected to use in both Mississippi and Louisiana state courts along with a 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Garner is a parishioner of St. John Catholic Church in Gulfport. He enjoys saltwater fishing, sport and traveling, as good as following LSU entertainment and other veteran sports.
GCCA affiliations: Garner served as dwindle dispatcher for his uncle, King d’Iberville C.A. “Buddy” Brice, in 1997.
Keith A. Williams of Gulfport is a father of Shelley P. Williams. They have dual children, Keith A. Williams Jr. and Kyle M. Williams. He is a son of Walter and Jan Williams.
Keith is a connoisseur of Gulfport High School and Delta State University. He attended Delta State on a football grant and was a 2004 inductee to a DSU Sports Hall of Fame. He is also a connoisseur of a Mississippi School of Banking, a Graduate School of Banking during LSU, Leadership Gulf Coast, Leadership Mississippi and a Gulf Coast Business Council’s Master’s Program.
He is a arch credit officer during Hancock Bank in Gulfport, and his mom is a manager and clergyman during Gulfport High School. Keith and his family are members of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church.
Keith is an eight-year member and a boss of a Gulfport Planning Commission. He also serves on a executive care group of a American Heart Association and as his company’s AHA debate chairman. Keith is a member of a house of directors for a Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic and is a house member and past captain of GCCA. He is also a member of a Coast Chamber of Commerce and Revelers and Les Cavaliers Carnival associations.
During his 24 years of use to a Mississippi Gulf Coast, Keith’s past village joining includes portion on a play of a Gulfport Chamber of Commerce, a Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce and as co-chair of Mississippi Main Street Campaign. He has served United Way of South Mississippi as a loaned executive, association debate authority and training executive for loaned executives. He was boss of a Bayou View Youth Sports Association and boss of a Gulfport Peewee Football League. He is a past assemblyman for a Mississippi Young Bankers Association and helped chair their annual gathering for dual years, that was hold on a Mississippi Gulf Coast. He is a past boss of a Optimist Club of Gulfport and served a Gulfport Rotary Club in several cabinet authority positions.
GCCA affiliations: Keith was vital of Carnival in 1999-2000 and captain of Carnival in 2001-2002. His father, Walter P.I. Williams, was a duke in 1998, captain in 1995-1996 and authority of a house for GCCA in 2005-2006. His son Keith Jr. served as a page in 1996 and after as a dwindle bearer. His son Kyle was a page in 2001 and after a dwindle bearer. His nephew Chase Mohler served as a page in 1999 and after as a dwindle bearer. His brother-in-law Bitty Mohler was a duke in 2007, and his hermit Van Williams served as GCCA round authority 2003-2007 and has been a master of ceremonies for a past 7 years.
Dr. Thomas Zakkak of Gulfport is a father of Linda Zakkak. They have dual children, Maggie and Jon-Thomas.
He warranted his bachelor of grant category from a University of Windsor, Ontario, and his alloy of dental medicine from a University of Detroit School of Dentistry, where he served as boss of tyro government. His ubiquitous use residency was achieved during a University of Western Ontario, and his specialty in oral and maxillofacial medicine was during a Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center. He achieved an externship during a Chaim-Sheiba Medical Center, Israel, and a facial cosmetic brotherhood during Baptist Memorial Hospital.
During his educational career, he warranted several honors and was inducted into Omicron Kappa Upsilon. He was respected by a state of Michigan and a Michigan Dental Association for superb efforts in investigate and education. Thomas also perceived a Pierre Fauchard Academy Achievement Award, a Delta Dental Leadership Award and a American Society for Children Award.
Thomas is a partner in Gulf Coast Oral and Facial Surgery in Biloxi. From 2006 to 2008, he served as boss of a Mississippi Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is a associate in a American Dental Society of Anesthesiology and a member of a International Congress of Oral Implantologists, a International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, a American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and a American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons.
His wife, Linda, is a dental hygienist during Beach View Dental in Gulfport and is a former boss of Mississippi Dental Hygiene Association.
The Zakkaks are parishioners during St. James Catholic Church. They also are members of a Bayou Bluff Tennis Club and a Gulfport Yacht Club. Thomas is a member of a Mississippi Big Game Fishing Club. He served as a duke in Revelers and a duke in Billikins.
Maids to Queen Ixolib 2013
Amelie Katherine Davis of Ocean Springs is a daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Robert Frank Carter. Her maternal grandparents are a late Mr. and Mrs. Donald Charles Munro, and her consanguine grandparents are Isabel Oschner Mann and a late John Pellham Mann.
Amelie is a connoisseur of Ocean Springs High School, where she was a member of a National Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America. She served as boss and rush authority of a Cotillion Sorority. She was captain of a Ocean Springs High School cheerleading patrol and a 15-year member of Donna’s Visual and Performing Arts Studio and foe dance team.
She is a girl during a University of Mississippi, majoring in dietetics and nourishment with a concentration in pediatrics. At Ole Miss, she is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, a Student Dietetic Association, College Republicans and Habitat for Humanity. She is also a member of Campus Crusade for Christ and a Green Dot Program to lift environmental awareness.
Amelie attends St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Oxford and volunteers for a Oxford Food Pantry, Oxford Suicide Prevention Walk and a university’s Big Event. She was presented during a Gulf Coast Debutante Society.
GCCA affiliations: Amelie served as a GCCA dwindle dispatcher in 2004. Her mother, Deveaux Munro Carter, was Queen Ixolib in 1977 and her father, Bobby Carter, was a duke in 2003. Her sister, Ashley Davis, was a lassie in 2006.
Kaylee Nicole Elder of Biloxi is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Elder. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lell Thompson of Biloxi, and her consanguine grandparents are Mrs. Pete Elder of Kingwood, Texas, and a late Mr. Elder.
Kaylee graduated with top honors from Biloxi High School. At Biloxi High, she was tyro legislature member, varsity cheerleader captain, a UCA All-Star cheerleader and a Mississippi all-state cheerleader. She was also a member of a lane team, receiving a Coach’s Award, Best Sprint Events Award and Most Valuable Player Award. She was a Mississippi Scholar, an AP Scholar, member of a National Honor Society and was named to a Biloxi High Hall of Fame. She also was a rival gymnast and dancer, winning countless state and informal titles. She was presented as a Gulf Coast debutante.
Kaylee warranted a bachelor of grant category in kinesiology from Louisiana State University. At LSU, she was a Chancellor’s and Dean’s List scholar, a member of Phi Mu sorority and a four-year LSU cheerleader, portion as captain.
Kaylee is a tyro during a University of Mississippi Medical Center, posterior a doctorate in earthy therapy.
She is a member of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church and enjoys spending time with friends and family, reading and traveling.
GCCA affiliations: Kaylee’s father, Jeff Elder, served as duke in 2003, and her uncle Peter Roy Elder served as a page in 1960.
Sarah Margaret Hewes of Gulfport is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hewes III. Her maternal grandmother is Ms. Ruby Morton and her consanguine grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hewes Jr.
Sarah is a high respect connoisseur of St. Patrick Catholic High School, where she served as National Honor Society boss and captain of a three-time state championship golf team. She also attended Mississippi Governor’s School.
She is a story and domestic grant vital during Mississippi State University. At MSU, she is a artist family chair of Music Maker Productions. She is also a member of a Shackouls Honors College, Kappa Delta Sorority and a Catholic Student Association. Sarah is a member of a National Society of Collegiate Scholars and served in a Student Association Senate from 2010-2011.
GCCA affiliations: Sarah was a dwindle dispatcher in 2004. Her father, Billy Hewes III, was a duke in 2005, and her sister Katie Hewes was a lassie in 2010 and a dwindle dispatcher in 2002. Her hermit Gardner Hewes was a dwindle dispatcher in 2006, and her hermit Sam Hewes was a dwindle dispatcher in 2011.
Lauren Taylor of Biloxi is a daughter of Betsy and Jimmy Taylor. Her maternal grandparents are Mary Barnett and a late Cecil Edward Barnett. Her consanguine grandparents are a late Mr. and Mrs. Lester Atherton Taylor.
Lauren is an respect connoisseur of Biloxi High School. At Biloxi High, she was a member of a National Honor Society.
She is a girl module engineering vital during Mississippi State University. At MSU, she is a member of Kappa Delta sorority, Day One Leadership Community, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, a Society of Women Engineers, a Association of Computing Machinery and on a Dean’s List. She is also a member of a MSU Student Association, portion as an MSU Senator of a College of Engineering.
Lauren is a parishioner of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church and was in Gulf Coast Coterie 2011.
Courtney Lauren Tremmel of Biloxi is a daughter of Jacob and Mary Tremmel. Her maternal grandparents are a late James and Hazel Wallace and a late Jacob and Dorothy Tremmel.
She is a 2008 connoisseur of Biloxi High School. There, she was a member of a National Honor Society, a Student Council deputy and secretary of a Technology Student Association. She also was a varsity cheerleader, a member of a varsity lane group and a round solid girl.
Courtney is a comparison during Louisiana State University. She is a biological sciences vital in a pre-dental program. At LSU, she is member of Delta Gamma sorority, portion on a play for amicable recognition and special events. She also is a member of a Tiger Athletic Foundation and College Republicans and serves as a tyro workman for LSU football recruiting. Her destiny skeleton are to request to dental school.
She is a member of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church. She volunteers for St. Vincent de Paul, a Special Olympics and Give Kids a Smile and is a Smile Train sponsor.
GCCA affiliations: Her aunt Jean Tremmel Hebert was lassie to Queen Ixolib Sarah Tremmel Pitalo. Her aunt Cheryl Tremmel Casto was a lassie to Queen Ixolib Susie Hornsby Bass. Her cousin Erin Williams Roy was a lassie to Queen Caty Mahoney Hulett.
Beverly Frances Wagener of Ocean Springs is a daughter of Troy and Keely Wagener and Vickie Grand Wagener. Her maternal grandparents are Mrs. Thomas Lacy Grand Sr. and a late Mr. Grand. Her consanguine grandparents are Mrs. Gerald Joseph Wagener and a late Mr. Wagener.
She is a high respect connoisseur of St. Patrick Catholic High School. She was an respect hurl tyro from ninth by 12th grade. She was also a member of a campus method group her comparison year and a homecoming justice lassie her girl and comparison years.
Beverly is a sophomore dental hygiene vital during Louisiana State University. At LSU, she is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, a Tiger Athletic Foundation and a College Republicans.
She is a member of St. Alphonsus Catholic Church. She is also a fundraising proffer for Habitat for Humanity and St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.
GCCA affiliations: Beverly served as a page in 2003. Her father Troy served as a duke in 2003, and her sister Meredith was a pivotal lady in 2007.
Katelyn Watts of Gulfport is a daughter of Bobby and Kathy Watts. Her maternal grandparents are Harold and Carolyn Catchot. Her consanguine grandparents are Robert Watts Sr. and a late Irene Watts.
She is an respect connoisseur of St. Patrick Catholic High School, where she was comparison as a school’s homecoming black and was a cheerleader for 6 years.
She is a girl accounting vital during a University of Mississippi. At Ole Miss, she is a member of Chi Omega sorority and a Provost Scholar. Katelyn also is a member of a National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Lambda Sigma Honor Society and Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society. She perceived a Patterson School of Accountancy/C Spire Foundation Scholarship Award as good as a Center for Manufacturing Excellence Scholarship Award, a Millington Scholarship for Academic Excellence Award, an Academic Excellence Scholarship Award and a Mississippi Eminent Scholars Award. She is also on a Chancellor’s List and attends Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church.
GCCA affiliations: Katelyn was a dwindle dispatcher in 2005. Her father, Bobby Watts, was a duke in 1997 and served as vital captain in 2009-2010 and captain in 2011-2012. Her hermit Austin was a dwindle dispatcher in 2007 and her grandfather Harold Catchot Sr. was a duke in 1980. Her aunt Michelle Filipich was a lassie in 1989 and her cousin Mary Katherine Filipich was a dwindle dispatcher in 2012.
Lauren Elizabeth Woodall of Gulfport is a daughter of Mike and Diane Mavar and Wayne and Jeannie Woodall. Her maternal grandparents are Charles F. and Shirley Jackson and her consanguine grandparents are Robert E. Woodall and a late Vanga Woodall.
She is a 2009 connoisseur of St. Patrick Catholic High School. At St. Patrick, she was a member of a Key Club, a Science Club, SADD, and a annual and newspapers staffs. She served as category striking engineer and promenade striking designer. She was also a member of a varsity soccer and tennis teams and was a varsity cheerleader. Lauren was a hopeful to a Congressional Student Leadership Conference and invited to attend a National Youth Leadership Conference.
She attended a University of Mississippi and is a conform merchandising vital during a University of Southern Mississippi. She is a proffer with a Salvation Army, a Humane Society of South Mississippi and a American Cancer Society. She also volunteers for Fall Around Downtown and Operation Christmas Child.
Lauren is an award-winning artist, operative in acrylic and churned media. She is a member of Trinity United Methodist Church and a Cotillion Club of Gulfport. In 2005, she was named Miss Biloxi Junior Teen.
GCCA affiliations: Lauren served as a dwindle dispatcher in 2003. Her uncle Nick Mavar was a duke in 1986 and 2008. Her great-uncle Victor Mavar was King d’Iberville in 1998, and her cousin Mark Mavar was King D’Iberville in 2012. Her cousin Elizabeth Mavar Spratlin was Queen Ixolib in 1993.
GCCA Key Girl for 2013
Miia Catherin Newman of Biloxi is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Schmidt Jr., and Mr. Thom Newman II. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Brune and her consanguine grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Newman and Mrs. Gloria Newman.
Miia is an comparison respect tyro during Biloxi High School, where she is a member of a Key Club International, a lane group and a sailing team. She also is a proffer for a Special Olympics and a Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum.
Her hobbies embody stick vaulting, swimming and sailing. She is a member of a Southern Yacht Club in New Orleans and Nativity BVM Cathedral Parish in Biloxi. She enjoys racing sailboats, spending time during a islands and also spending time with her friends and family. Miia skeleton to attend Tulane University in New Orleans this fall.
GCCA affiliations: Miia served as a dwindle dispatcher in 2008. Her sister Molly Beeson Schmidt was a page in 2011. Her grandfather Tommy Newman was a duke in 1976 and captain of Carnival from 1981-1983. Her aunt Casie Newman was a lassie in 1981, and her great-grandfather Dr. Harry Schmidt Sr. was King D’Iberville in 1950. Her uncle Roland Weeks was King d’Iberville in 1977 and her aunt Margaret Schmidt Davis was a lassie in 1986.
GCCA King’s Pages 2013
Katherine J. Descher is a daughter of Gregg and Meredith Descher of Ocean Springs. She is a Principal’s List respect tyro during Oak Park Elementary School in Ocean Springs and continues to accommodate her accelerated reader goals set by her teachers. She has perceived a Citizen of a Month Award any year given kindergarten and also has perceived a Character Counts Award during Oak Park. Katherine has been a target of a Oak Park Artist of a Month and Computer Student of a Month.
She is a member of St. Paul Methodist Church, where she participates in a Children’s Choir. For a past dual years, she has been a member of a rival hearten patrol during Cheer Force One in Ocean Springs. Since she was 2 years old, she has danced for Donna’s Dance and is a member of Treasure Oak Tennis Academy.
Katherine enjoys rival cheer, tumbling, dancing, personification tennis, H2O sports, biking, singing, reading and personification propagandize with her small sister. She also enjoys attending University of Alabama football games and tailgating with her family.
GCCA affiliations: Her mother, Meredith Cash Descher, was a lassie in 1997. Her father, Greg Descher, was a duke in 2011 and is portion as a duke this year.
Zachary Gilich Wade of Ocean Springs is a son of Keith and Rachel Wade. He is an respect hurl tyro during Ocean Springs Upper Elementary School.
Zachary is a member of St. Alphonsus Catholic Church and plays soccer for Gulf Coast United. He is also an all-star round actor for a Ocean Springs Little League and attends a Academy for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts, where he is a purple belt.
GCCA affiliations: His mother, Rachel Gilich Wade, was a dwindle dispatcher and maid. His aunt Gretchen Gilich was a page and after a lassie in 1994. His grandfather Andrew Gilich was a duke in 1997, and his uncle C.A. “Buddy” Brice was a duke and after King d’Iberville in 1997. His aunt Michelle Bolton Gilich was a lassie in 2005.
GCCA Queen’s Pages 2013
Sophia Elena Diaz of Biloxi is a daughter of Drs. Michael and Hebe Diaz. She is a tyro during St. Alphonsus Catholic School in Ocean Springs. She has been on a Principal’s Honor Roll any year.
Sophia is a six-year dancer during Donna’s Dance Studio in Ocean Springs. She also is a cheerleader during Cheer Force One and has a immature belt in churned martial arts.
Sophia and her family are members of St. Alphonosus Catholic Church and a Biloxi Yacht Club.
GCCA affiliations: Her father, Dr. Michael Diaz, was a duke in 2011.
John Heath Schmidt of Biloxi is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Schmidt Jr. He is a sixth-grade tyro during Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Elementary School. He has been a First Honor Roll tyro given initial category and perceived a Citizenship Award any year given kindergarten. He perceived a sixth-grade Gardetto-Hann Academic Scholarship and was comparison to attend in a Academic Competition for Excellence as a fifth-grader. He also is a member of his school’s basketball and lane teams.
He is a member of Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, portion for 3 years as an tabernacle server. Heath was comparison as a nominee for Children’s International Summer Village to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, during a summer of 2012. He is a six-year member of a Biloxi Bombers round group and also enjoys personification football, soccer, fishing and boating.
GCCA affiliations: Heath served as a dwindle dispatcher in 2012. His mother, Cecilia Schmidt, was a lassie in 1990, and his father, Richard Schmidt, was a page in 1982 and a duke in 2009, and he serves as GCCA vital captain. His hermit was a dwindle dispatcher in 2007. His grandfather was a duke in 1989 and his great-grandfather was King D’Iberville in 1950.
GCCA Flag Bearers 2013
Azlyn Elizabeth Arguelles of Ocean Springs is a daughter of Paul and Karen Arguelles. She is a seventh-grade respect hurl tyro during St. Martin Middle School, where she is a member of a dance team. She attends Nancy’s School of Dance and is a member of a Nancy Ward Dancers foe team. Her family attends Nativity BVM Cathedral parish, where she serves as an tabernacle server and is a member of a girl method team.
Grayson Todd Frieze of Ocean Springs is a son of Dr. Tricia Aultman and Dr. and Mrs. Todd Frieze. He is a tyro during Ocean Springs Upper Elementary School, where he is a member of a school’s choir and a means program. Grayson is a member of St. Paul United Methodist Church, where he serves as an acolyte. He plays lacrosse, enjoys using and triathlons and is guitarist for a rope The Freshmen during Rock U2 School for Music in Ocean Springs.
Amis Wyatt McMillan of Biloxi is a son of Arthur and Alisa McMillan. He is a tyro during North Bay Elementary School and attends Biloxi First United Methodist Church. He plays soccer for a Biloxi Soccer Organization and small joining baseball. Amis is a manager for a seventh-grade Biloxi Junior High football group and an zealous sports fan. He enjoys attending Mississippi State football games and examination a Dallas Cowboys. His hobbies embody roving and hunting.
Mary Katherine Mozingo of Gulfport is a daughter of John C. Mozingo III and Mary Mozingo. She is a sixth-grade tyro during Gulfport Middle School. Mary Katherine plays a French horn in a school’s rope and is a member of a Girl Scouts. She also enjoys art and painting, American Girl dolls, song and video games.
Chester “Chase” Nadolski IV of Biloxi is a son of Chet and Heather Nadolski. He is a fifth-grade tyro during North Bay Elementary School, where he is an “A” student. He plays defender on his PDP soccer group and has found a new seductiveness in personification goalie. Since he was 5 years old, he has played joining football. During a summer, Chase enjoys sailing on his sailboat and fishing with his friends and father. In a winter, he hunts deer in Louisiana and Mississippi. He enjoys biking and building and following his favorite college teams, LSU and Army.
Kiara Schmidt of Biloxi is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Schmidt. She is a sixth-grade tyro during Sacred Heart Catholic Elementary School. She enjoys cheering, unresolved out with her friends and personification on her iPhone. Her grandfather Dr. Harry J. Schmidt Sr. was King D’Iberville in 1950, and her father, Dr. Richard Schmidt, was a duke in 1989.
Isabella Katelyn St. Clair of Biloxi is a daughter of James St. Clair and Tara Fimiano St. Clair. She is a seventh-grade tyro during Biloxi Jr. High School, where she is a member of a Lady Indians volleyball group and a Lady Indians fast-pitch softball team. She also plays Overdrive Tournament Softball and participates in Center Stage Community Theater children’s productions. She is a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and St. Vincent de Paul Society.
Annaliese Kathryn Tomsik of Ocean Springs is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Tomsik. She is a tyro during St. Martin Middle School, where she is a cheerleader. Annaliese and her family are members of Holy Spirit Catholic Church, where she attends CCD. For 10 years, she has been a tyro during Donna’s School of Dance and also takes voice and acrobatics lessons. She enjoys swimming, snorkeling and traveling.
Madison Elizabeth Warren of Gulfport is a daughter of Steven and Jamie Warren. She is a tyro during Gulfport High School, where she is a cheerleader and was a ninth-grade homecoming maid. She is a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, Kellie’s Steps Showstoppers and Bayou Bluff Tennis Club.
Madison Leigh Wiltz of Biloxi is a daughter of Thomas and Melody Wiltz. She is a tyro during Biloxi Jr. High School. Madison is a member of Nancy’s School of Dance foe group as good as a Biloxi Jr. High School Orchestra and Honor Society.