Class of 2004

Heather Jones Cook Heather Jones Cook

Heather is involved in numerous volunteer roles.  She serves on the Kingsport Planning Commission, is a member of the Communications Committee for the United Way of Greater Kingsport, a member of the Rotary Club of Kingsport, and is a leadership trainer for the Dobyns-Bennett High School Band. She also remains highly devoted to the Roan Scholars Leadership Program as an alumna and is currently participating on the Roan Growth Task Force.  In 2012, she earned her Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis,  from ETSU.  In 2013, she received The Business Journal’s 40 Under Forty award for her work as the Executive Director of the Foundation at Northeast State Community College.  Heather, her husband, Lafe, and their daughter reside in Kingsport, TN.

Kristen Truman Farr Kristin Truman Farr

After graduating from ETSU in the spring of 2004, Kristin attended medical school at the James H. Quillen College of Medicine and graduated in spring 2008. She completed her internship and residency in pediatrics and is currently working at the Niswonger Children's Hospital in Johnson City. Kristin, her husband, Jason, and their sons reside in Johnson City.

Addies Estep Jarrett
Carolyn "Addie" Estepp Jarrett

Addie graduated from ETSU in 2004 with a major in Environmental Health. Upon graduation she pursued a career as a Naturalist with the Georgia DNR/State Parks system and worked as a Naturalist at Unicoi State Park in Helen, Georgia. Addie and her husband, Mark, live in Cornelius, Georgia.

Julie Harless Keeton Julie Harless Keeton

Julie graduated from ETSU with a major in Public Health in 2006 and is the proud mother of seven children. She home-schools her children and serves as an advocate for congenital heart defects. She is the family spokesperson for the Gift of Life Family House, and volunteers for Kari’s Heart Foundation.  This fall, she and her husband, Adam, will launch a non-profit organization, “Weston’s Warriors,” in honor of their son, who passed away this past spring at age 7, after a courageous and inspiring battle involving multiple open-heart surgeries and other procedures.