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Christina Morris O'Brien

Profile Updated: October 28, 2015
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Where do you live now?
Beavercreek, OH
Kevin O'Brien (husband - married Sept. 16, 1989)
Registered Nurse Pediatric Associates of Dayton (Beavercreek Office)
Paul Richard O'Brien - Born July 15, 1991 - Graduated from Beavercreek High School June 2010 - Civil More…Engineering Major at University of Cincinnati
Joseph Edward O'Brien - Born December 8, 1993 - Graduated from Beavercreek High School in June 2012 - Mechanical Engineering Major at the University of Dayton
Christopher Warren O'Brien - February 28, 1996 - Graduated from
Beavercreek High School in June 2014 - Electrical Engineering Major at the University of Dayton
Yes! Attending Reunion
States you have lived in?

Waldorf, Maryland : Sept. 1989 - Sept. 1991
Tuscaloosa, Alabama : Sept. 1991 - Aug. 1993
Beavercreek, Ohio : Aug. 1993 - present

What have you been up to since high school?

Served the state of Ohio as Grand Worthy Advisor, International Order of the Rainbow for Girls 1981-1982
Attended Miami Valley Hospital School of Nursing 1982-1983
Attended Wright State University 1983 -1987 Graduated from Wright State University - Miami Valley Hospital School of Nursing June 1987
Worked at Greene Memorial Hospital in Maternity - 1987
Worked at Miami Valley Hospital in Medical/Surgical (Endocrine) and High Risk Maternity 1987 - 1989
Worked at Holy Cross Hospital; Silver Springs, Maryland 1989 - 1991
Substitute Nurse for Beavercreek City Schools 2002 - 2009
Working at Pediatric Associates of Dayton (Beavercreek Office) 2009 - Present
Advisory Board Member Knollwood Assembly #114, I.O.R.G.
Grand Deputy of District #12, I.O.R.G 2006 - Present

School Story:

I loved my time in high school ... all of my friends, the teachers, the fun times. My favorite memories were the time that I spent in the high school band, especially marching band. All of the hard work from summer practices, band camps, and after school practices paid off when we would perform at the Friday Night football games (which Beavercreek actually used to win back in the day) and the many band competitions and parades. We always had a sense of pride in ourselves and what we represented when we put on those uniforms and took our position on the field.
My two favorite teachers were Mrs. Linda Cross and Mr. Bill Stahl. They taught me to never give up on my dreams, to always believe in myself, and that anything is possible as long as you put your mind and heart into it.

Are you still in contact with any classmates? Who?

I'm still in touch with a couple of people from high school. They are Sam Hamilton, Dave Kruger, Jane Stamps Reed,and Shari Sargent Geis. I sometimes run into Joni Gerhart and Rick Darding at high school functions. I would also run into Rick Janning around Beavercreek also.