She has an associate of science, specializing in occupational therapy. Mrs. Barrows helped plan and implement a children's psychiatric unit, ran a restorative nursing unit, and ran her own home childcare business for eight years. She was president of the Mesa County Family Childcare Association for several years. She has always loved working with children and wants to help them reach their highest potential.
Be sure to ask her why giraffes are her favorite animal, yellow her favorite color, and popcorn her favorite food!
Sources might say Mrs. Carlin always wins at games. This, however, isn’t true as her husband, Will, is the Uno champion of the family. She prefers word games over strategy, logic puzzles over racing games, and thankfully she doesn’t get too upset when she loses. Other hobbies include playing piano and reading Christian fiction books. Her choices of music to play at the piano include hymns, gospel, classical, and even some ragtime.
His roots at Landmark Baptist Church have grown deep; it’s where he met and married his wife, Denise, as well as where he has served the Lord since November of 2004. In his free time, Bro. Carlin can be found reading or catching a game of his favorite baseball team, the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Bro. and Mrs. Hawkins both graduated from Western State College in Gunnison, CO. Mrs. Hawkins BA degree is in K-12 Instrumental Music Education.
Mrs. Hawkins loves to read, to travel, go camping, and to drink peppermint mocha lattes!
He attended Western State College in Gunnison where he started dating a young lady that he went to high school with, but didn’t pursue her at that time. They have been together ever since.
Since joining Landmark Baptist in 2005, Bro. Hawkins has been involved in one way or another with the church finances. Then in February 2016 he took the position of financial administrator for the church and its related ministries.
Bro. Hawkins enjoys traveling, hiking, target shooting, and drinking triple grande cinnamon dolce lattes extra hot!
Many students know and love Mrs. Parker’s dog, Taz. Taz is a Therapy Dog at St. Mary’s hospital and the two of them have volunteered there for four years. One student asked why Taz doesn’t come to school every day, after all, he could learn in class just like everyone else!
Mrs. Parker loves working here at Landmark and hopes to be an encouragement to all of the students and administration. And, if you are in need of a ‘Taz Hug’, that can be arranged!