Faces and Places Posted by Kathy Whitney on Monday, May 16, 2022 in Alumni News, Faces and Places, Spring 2022, Vanderbilt Community . Colby C. Uptegraft, MD’13, married Greer Stewart Johnson on Aug. 28, 2021. The couple resides in Alexandria, Virginia. Bill Crump, MD’79, published his first book, “Savannah’s Hoodoo Doctor,” featuring stories from his practice and a special interest in the healing traditions of West Africa and indigenous American peoples. Suzanne Bryce Johnson, MD’11, HS’14, BS’07, and her husband David Johnson, MD’11, HS’16, FE’17, welcomed their fourth child, Nicholas Prescott, on Dec. 11, 2021. He joins siblings Juliana, Alexandra and Theodore. Suzanne and David are both in private practice in Fort Myers, Florida. Lyle E. Wadsworth, MD’75, HS’77, has been practicing internal medicine, geriatrics and hospice care for over 42 years and teaches internal medicine and geriatrics at Florida State University School of Medicine. He has been involved with bringing medical care to Ghana, West Africa and was named as Chief Nii Tettey Kudjoe II. John G. Huff, MD’77, HS’78, and ‘81, FE’82, Med Fac, served as chief of the Section of Breast Imaging at the Vanderbilt Breast Center and professor of Radiology at VUMC, until his retirement in February 2021. Britney Grayson, PhD’10, MD’12, HS’17, has passed part one of her COSECSA (College of Surgeons of East, Central and Southern Africa) exams and traveled to Malawi at the end of November 2021 to take part two. Britney works and teaches at AIC Kijabe Hospital in Kijabe, Kenya, with her husband. From left, Mark Earnest, MD’90, his wife, Julie, Liz Fogarty MEd’90, Mark Fogarty MD’90, and Meg and Jeff Sippel, MD’89, reunited in Beaver Creek, Colorado, in fall 2021. Jacob Fleming, MD’18, and his wife Lindsay, welcomed their first child, Elliot Jack Fleming, on Sept. 13, 2021. Jacob is a PGY-4 radiology resident at UT Southwestern and will complete a fellowship in musculoskeletal interventional radiology at The Spine Fracture Institute in Edmond, Oklahoma, following graduation. John L. Tarpley, MD’70, BA’66, who retired from Vanderbilt and the Nashville VA in June 2016 and is a professor of Surgery, emeritus, and his wife, Margaret “Maggie” Tarpley, BA’65, MLS’66, spent the past five years in sub-Saharan Africa. After returning to Nashville in August 2021, Tarpley accepted a part-time position with the Pan-African Academy of Christian Surgeons as academic dean while Maggie maintains her adjunct appointments with the Department of Surgery at Vanderbilt and with the Department of Medical Education of the University of Botswana Faculty of Medicine.