Listee Features — January 2020

Patricia Walker

PATRICIA BARNES WALKER

Now retired from a successful career in education after 20 years, Patricia Barnes Walker, PhD, was a teacher, assistant principal and principal for the Virginia Public School System and a state supervisor for the Virginia Department of Education in Richmond between 1967 and 1987. She subsequently held adjunct faculty appointments at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond and the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. During her tenure as an instructor, Dr. Walker also excelled as a consultant and trainer for Allied Corporation in Petersburg, Ohio, and for the Virginia Department of General Services in Richmond. Following her departure from education, Dr. Walker and her husband owned their own business, the Aquarian Bookshop, between 1997 and 2004, during which time she trained

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Maryann Berry

MARYANN BERRY

After accepting the Lord as her savior, Rev. Maryann Berry began a career in ministry, culminating in her current roles as a pastor and the dean of the School of Biblical Studies at the John 3:16 Christian Center in Union Vale, New York, of which she has been affiliated since 1991. Additionally, she has been active as the host of the Becoming a Woman of God Women’s Conference since 2006 and the co-host of the Christian TV broadcast “Faith for Today” since 2009, as well as the co-host of another Christian radio broadcast from 2005 to 2009. Apart from her work in ministry, Rev. Berry works as the local director of New Life Diet Free Life, of which she is

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JACQUETTA ANDERSON DAVIS

Jacquetta Anderson Davis has accumulated more than 38 years in education as an English language educator and curriculum writer for English as a second language at the East Windsor Regional School District in Hightstown, New Jersey. Hired by the school district in 1981 just after completing a bachelor’s degree, she also spent 15 years as a missionary and evangelist at various churches throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey between 1975 and 1990. Additionally, she spent one year as a foreign missionary on the Fiji Islands through the United Missionary Fellowship Inc., in Sacramento, California, during 1978. Outside of her full-time commitments in the classroom, Ms. Davis was involved with the Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages International Association, where

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Nancy Regalmuto

NANCY M. REGALMUTO

Nancy M. Regalmuto credits God with bestowing extraordinary spiritual gifts upon her at birth. At age 7, she started realizing how uncommon her abilities were. Arriving at school on the morning of November 22, 1963, she began urging her teacher to take action to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Sensing a vast conspiracy, Ms. Regalmuto couldn’t understand why others weren’t aware of it. Her impassioned pleas became so disruptive that she was sent to the principal’s office and her mother was called to pick her up immediately. Later that day, the school received word that Kennedy had been killed in Dallas. Premonitions continued throughout Ms. Regalmuto’s life. She has accurately predicted the outcomes of innumerable sporting events

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