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April 24, 2015View for printing

Jeff Kendrick (Accounting, '93) and Stacy Fulton Kendrick (Communication Studies, '94) married after graduation from the University of Montana and set off to begin their careers in Dallas, Texas.

Jeff Kendrick accepted an offer to work in corporate tax for Arthur Andersen. According to Kendrick, "I was somewhat intimidated at first by all the other hires from graduate programs at big name schools. But I soon discovered I was very well prepared to do the work I had been hired to do. In fact, I was surprised to find out that I knew things the other new hires didn't."

Stacy Fulton Kendrick was a communications major who took numerous marketing courses and competed on the intercollegiate SoBA Ad Team. Kendrick attributes her success in her first permanent position with an ad agency to the marketing curriculum and professors at UM: "My classes were relevant, and my course work was grounded in the real world of business. The 'hands-on case experience with the SoBA Ad Team was invaluable, and my internship at Spiker Communications in Missoula taught me how to navigate the agency world."

Both Jeff and Stacy agree, "Montana is a wonderful place to have a family and a career." They are very happy to be back home in Missoula.

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