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Chief of Police for the city of Placentia, Jim Anderson (MFT '92, B.A. '85), began in law enforcement 30 years ago with the Ventura County Sheriff's Department.
"I trusted God a lot - you know, even before we go on a trip, I ask for safety," he explained. "Flying a plane in wartime was just the same."
Richard Davis, an Arizona native and current candidate for the Arizona State Senate, is happily married to his college sweetheart, Heather, and together they are committed to a life of public service.
Tammy Gallegos Daughtry
When Tammy Gallegos Daughtry moved from Denver, CO to Fullerton, CA to attend Hope International University (HIU) she was looking forward to four years of sunshine in warm Southern California.
"I was fortunate to have attended HIU and the University of California, Irvine School of Law, two schools that emphasize the importance of helping and being kind to the less fortunate."
Ever since he could remember, Roger Pena (BA '01) wanted to be a professional soccer player. To that end, he spent four years as the starting goalkeeper at Hope International University.
Gerry & Kristi Salmeron-Meneses
"As a kid, I always wanted to leave this city (Los Angeles); but during my time at Hope God put a burden on my heart for the city where I grew up," Gerry says of his transition to Young Life.
When Toby Yurek (BA '95) first entered PCC, he had plans to become a pastor. But as he approached his final months of school, God laid a different calling on his heart - law enforcement.