Fort Wayne Bible College - Light Tower Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)
- Class of 1976
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Cf The Rock
Has B.C. bought into Prudential Life Insurance?
Hardlyfbut it does have a 'piece ofthe rock' in the person
of Dr. Gene Hovee. More than one co-worker has
referred to him as being "solid as the Rock ofGibraltar."
And well might he be, for he holds down one ofthe most
important and difficult positions in our Bible College
family, that of Director of Student Services.
For three years now, Dr. Hovee has headed this
department in' living up to its nameg being a service to
students. He entered Student Services at a time of change.
when it needed not only steadiness, but also leadership,
organization, and spiritual guidance. He has provided
this, and more, and for that we express our appreciation.
To understand the contributions of Dr. Hovee, we
must know more ofthe man himself. A second generation
Norwegian, he grew up in Oregon. Following his gradua-
tion from college and his marriage to the former Miss
Jodi Sanders, Dr. Hovee pastored churches in California
and Oregon. He moved to Illinois to study for his doc-
torate, which he received from the University of Illinois
in the field of Rhetoric and Public Address. Then in I967
hejoined the B.C. family, teaching Bible and Homiletics.
Then, three years ago he accepted his present position in
Student Services while continuing to teach one or two
courses per semester.
But there is much more to what Dr. Hovee has done
than just this list of accomplishments. He is a man who
has provided leadership by being an example. At work he
often has opportunities to let his own spiritual life shine.
His relationship with the Lord is not a tIashy one, not one
likely to demand immediate recognition, but it shows
through in practical ways as he meets with other college
officials, his staff, and speaks to students. As one person
said, "Dr. Hovee is probably the most secure person I
Dr. Hovee has another family besides that of the
college, and to him his family comes first. This is seen by
the fact that his family looks up to him as much or more
than do his co-workers, and that is saying a lot. Mrs.
Hovee is known to most of us, especially with her work in
the cafeteria until this past year. Larry and Julie are both
college students, Larry at Ball State and Julie here at B.C.
Whenever possible the family does things together.
Probably the most enjoyed is going water skiing together.
something that Dr. and Mrs. Hovee are especially good
Dr. Hovee's love and dedication to God certainly
have been demonstrated to us as a college family. These
can be seen in his personal life, in his own family, and in
his continued service as Director of Student Services.
Because of this it is especially fitting to dedicate this year-
book to him . . . B.C.'s 'Piece of the Rockf
Port VN axne Blble College
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The members ofthe Student Association Executive Committee are from Brubaker, vice-president of scholastic lifeg and Dr. Hovee, advisor. Not
lelt to right: Dr. Hughes, advisorg Gary Fisher, vice-president of spiritual pictured is Tim Stair, vice president of social life.
lileg Vicki Wright, secretaryg Tim Stephenson, president, Doane
Doug Kovatch Leslie Anderson Gary Fortney Merv Charles
Don Kramer Rob Diamond Laura Hirschy George Paliotto
Deb Lehman Cindy Hofbauer Tom West Becky Stansberry
Mary Strubhar Debbie Robinson Peg Zbinden Judy Summers
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Ted Nickel is the advisor of the Student Education Association,
The officers of the Student Education Association are from left to right
Diane Hooley, Evelyn Hadley, Judy Summers and Flossie Johnson.
Members ot the SMF executive committee are tront row
troni Iett to right. Nlark Nlasterson, president: Becky Akers,
puhlicitpg Cindy Hotbauer, literature chairmang back row:
Sandy Buckles. prayer chairmang Patti Feightner. secretary:
and Rick Hartsell. outreach chairman. Not pictured are Mr.
Lartmel. adiisorg Jim Kobi. program chairman, and Geoll'
The upcoming members ofthe new executive committee ol'
1976477 will be Tom West, Brian Brooke. and Gwen
Lcltvianger, who have been in training sessions to prepare
tor their new ollices,
Spring Missions Go To Florida
1th Campus Crusade
Last minute packing, Yvonne?
Barry Burnside becomes
Barry Burnside, ajunior in pre-seminary studies from
Sturgis, Michigan has gone to Jamaica Theological
Seminary under the sponsorship of the Bible College
through the Missions Department and under SMF, the
Student Missionary Fellowship.While studyingin Jamaica,
Barry will have some unique opportunities to live and
share with students and faculty from all around the West
Indies - Jamaicans, Haitians, and Guyanese.
The' Seminary has a relatively small body of ap-
proximately forty students, so Barry will be able to become
well acquainted with his new fellow students and to learn
how the West Indian thinks. Opportunities to minister in
the churches of Jamaica through playing his guitar, sing-
ing, and preaching the Word will allow Barry to share his
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R Give to Ceasar what is Ceasar's, and to God what is G0d's. - Matt. 22 .' 27
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l-'Iossle Johnson, chairman of Youth Conference. takes time
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EDITOR Pamela Healy
COPY EDITOR Ruth Dafoe
LAYOUT Deb Kehl
TYPIST Guy Suzuki
WRITERS Merv Charles
ADVISORS Eunice Conrad
Alice Joy Weddle
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EDITORIAL Linda Taylor
SPORTS Gary Ringenberg ,
TYPIST Donna Moody
ARTIST Jim Chupp
ADVISORS Eunice Conrad
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B et Oorden Nickel Ste e Gerig, Gary Gilpin and Doug Stellen.
Sh ly Back ro Gary Rlngenberg, Dale Acke man Larry
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Mark Longcor prepares himself for the next ball.
Rookie, Gary Ringenberg shows potential for future
Below: Gary Gilpin listens intently as Coach Fishel
gives him instructions.
for the second year in a row
in their conference, the ten-
nis team had an over-all
record of ll-l. Larry Lewis
and Gary Gilpin made the
all conference team. Larry,
B.C.'s number one man
also tied for first place in
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Nlcnihcrs ul' the iollcyhall team from left to right. Iirsl row cond rowg Gail Nussbaum, Becky Akers, Cindy Holbauer.
Ddrlcnc King, Jenny Thornton, Dee Dee Dickerhoof, Deb Connie Webb, Becky Travis. Sue Wright. Julie Hovee, .lan
lxchl, 'Nl.iry Slruhhur. Lind1iSIolIzlus. and Yvonne Grady. Se- Nlusl. and Couch Miller.
4 iimcrilniliim mdkcs .1 good Serve.
Jan lips it over for a score.
The Pit captures campus interest in
Deep thought is part of the strategy. "Spread out and give me some room."
We can'l possibly lose with a plan like this.
The spettators see it all
The 1975-76 edition ofthe Fighting Falcons didn't
fulfill all of the team goals which they had set for this
season. However, none ofthem are too disappointed. The
reason: the Falcons captured the "big one"-a national
championship QNCCAA, Division llj.
Overcoming a slow start Q2-43, the Falcons con-
quered their next three foes, and coasted into the Christ-
mas break with more wins that losses. Returning to the
hardwoods with great anticipation, the team won nine of
their last thirteen regular season games, good enough for
second place in the NCCAC. A disappointing third place
finish in the NCCAC tournament caused the Falcons to
grit their teeth in determination. "The big one"-the op-
portunity to be the best Bible college basketball team in
the nation-was at hand.
The FWBC Falcons converted their ultimate dream
into a super reality. The agonizing "strolls" through
Foster Park, and the daily discipline of practice and
preparation had certainly paid off. For the seniors, the
"thrill of victory" will be a lasting satisfaction. For the
rest, the privilege of being a champion will not be easily
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Year Of Change
Left: Anyone's ball.
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Glen, rookie manager. learns tricks of the trade
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Team Effort Puts Falcons On Top
Great Lakes Bible
Grand Rapids Bible
Grand Rapids Baptist
Grand Rapids Bible
Great Lakes Bible
Grand Rapids Baptist
Grand Rapids Baptist
Moody Bible Institute
NCCAA Region ll Tournament
NCCAA National Tournament
Baptist Bible QPAJ
NCCAA National Tournament
Vursnly cheerleaders are from left to right: Pam Schielke, Mary Strubhar. Cindy Graef, Jeanne Gerig, Gretchen Keener, and ltopj
Reserve cheerleaders are Linda Slollzfus, Sue Wright, and Sue Deaton.
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Right to left: Karol Whitcher, Violet Miyasato, Peggy Zibenden, Sharon
Brumbaugh, Judy Summers, Kathy Roath, Esther Lilly.
Sharon Brumbaugh, senior. from Arcola, In-
diana, was crowned 1975 Homecoming Queen.
Sharon, a music education major, performed in The
Mikado and The Apostle and was a favorite vocalist
on campus. Her court included Kathy Roath and
Judy Summers, seniors, Violet Miyasato and Peggy
Zibenden, juniors, Esther Lilly, sophomore: and
Karol Whitcher, freshman.
Above The Braun family lRachel Stout. Dana Ponchot, and
Debbie XX hiict .mart the return of their captured family
lclt lJ.in.i Ponchot lloseph Braun! tries to console Doug
lxottitcli lliudull Hubert
Jacob Cfmies Home and Beaulfful Beulah
Halle v-.ere two one act plays presented to the
students. faculty, staff and friends first semester.
Not only did the actors put in many hours but the
directors also put in many hours. Charles Fox
played a very important role as the main director
of these two plays. Tim Patch assisted in the
leadership, The plays were a total student produc-
tion which provided a delightful evening ofenter-
tainment for all who attended. Others involved in
the production were: Bob Wido. stage manager:
Steve Hostetter, sound: Les Steinglass, set con-
struction: Becky Starbird, wardrobeg Linda Stoltz-
Ius. propertiesi Evelyn Hadley, Kathy LaBree,
Cindy Tucker, and .lulie Castle, make-upg John
Armes and Randy Stansbery, stage crew.
Jacob Comes Home
Below. Debbie VN hite. Doug Kovatch and Esther Cox discuss Jacob Braun as
they knew him before he was taken prisoner.
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Members ol' the mixed quartet were Deb Burkeen,
Marsha Rohrs, Tom Nevil, und Jim Chupp.
The I hllfill lnnm handled props us well as singing many ol' the numbers.
Julie Castle works hard to make John Cornell ready for the part of
Luke. Cathy LaBree, not pictured, also worked on makeup.
Mark depicts the emotions of the Apostle.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Paul, the Apostle Mark Masterson
Luke, the Physician John Cornell
Slave Girl Patti Freightner
Jailor Jim Emig
Agabus Tim Andrus
Festus Jim Chupp
Agrippa Gordon Smith
Soloist Sharon Brumbaugh
Mixed Quartet Deb Burkeen, Marsha Rohrs
Jim Chupp, Tom Nevil
The Hora Performers Flossie Johnson
Denise Feiser, Gay Douglas, Linda Taylor
Tionie Razor. Esther Cox, Donna Erikson
Verse Narrations Gary Litwiller
Colleen Lee, Ron Mann, Kathy LaBree
Esther Cox, Bill Adams, Kent Gerig
Ch0rUS SOPRANOS: Sharon Brumbaugh,
Deb Burkeen, Esther Cox, Denise
Feiser, Flossie Johnson, Gay Douglas,
Sue Hughes, Barb Schumacher, Mary
Waddell, Connie Webb, Karol Witcher.
ALTOS: Donna Erikson, Kathy
LaBree, Colleen Lee, Darlene Loucks,
Tionie Razor, Kendra Zuercher, Jana
Habegger, Jan Mast, Linda Taylor,
TENORS: Bill Adams, Brian Brooke,
Curt Collins, Don Freeman, Phil Kress,
Gordon Smith, Tim Andrus, Jim Emig,
Gary Litwiller, Tom Nevil, Joe
BASS: Jim Chump, Kent Gerig, Norm
Gifford, Dale Hamrick, Mark Master-
son, Ralph Schaefer, Mike Guthrie, Ron
Mann, Bruce Rocke, Mark Schlatter.
Doing What They Do Best
Reminisee With The Class f 19 6
The Junior Class presented an evening of Reminiscing
tor the Senior Class at Goeglein's Reserve on April 23, 1976.
Paulette Smith and Jeff Hoffman for a brief moment became
Shari Belcher Uonesj and Larry Lewis on a park bench
reminiscing over the years. Baby slides of the seniors along
with a commentary on each opened the program.
An alter-banquet party was held at the house of Harold Palmer. Above: Hannibal Frederick becomes Mark Twain.
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Roast portk satisfied the appetites of many.
Paulette Smith and Jeff Hoffman welcome everyone to the banquet.
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Then ten members of the Junior Class acted out a
skit of the four years ofcollege experiences and future an-
ticipations of what life would be like for the seniors. Last
on the program, Mark Twain, Hannibal Frederick of
Concordia Senior College, told the audience of the most
hilarious story that he had ever heard. After the banquet
the,homes of Gale Rickner and Harold Palmer were open
to students who attended for relaxation.
Free Spirit is a group of ten college-age young people
who are dedicated Christian musicians. These group members
give one year of time and talent to present concerts to high
school and college campuses. civic groups, service clubs and
appear on television and radio. B.C. was especially glad to
have them appear on campus because former student, Gary
Cline was a member of the group.
Allegiance, the l976 Youth
Conference was held the weekend of
April 9, 10,1 1. The theme which Jack
French challenged the attenders
with was their allegiance to the
Lord, the Lord's Word, the Lord's
Work and the Lord's World.
Jack French is the pastor of
Yale Trinity Missionary Church in
Yale, Michigan as well as an
evangelist for the Missionary
Church. He has served for five years
as a missionary in Brazil. Mr.
French is quite involved with youth
activities such as camps, retreats
J ack French
Mark Masterson leads one of the Perspective groups offered Saturday morning for the high schoolers. Two
Perspective times were held where students could choose between eight options to attend.
Keys to Meaningful Devotions
Living with Loneliness
Knowing God's Will
Making Decisions Betwe
Coping with Depression.
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Night program. Below: Deb Kehl and Sonja Wood just linished a
tough battle in speed skating competition of the olympics with Deb
Below left: The Wiebke mob introduce themselves and their friend John
ny Angel. Below: "And the winner ofthe Johnny Angel talent contest is.
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This past year was a very special year for cakes. Car-
son made cakes for special occasions which added a new
dimension to holiday meals. By this means Carolyn
Roussey, a cook and chief cake decorator, expressed her
talent of decorating cakes. One of the most memorable
cakes was the basketball cake which had the names of all
the players and cheerleaders written on it. A special steak
dinner accompanied the celebration of winning the NC-
CAA championship. The student body expresses a special
thanks to Carson and the cooks for the time and effort they
have put in to make the meals attractive and special by ad-
ding the decorated cakes.
Jim Moore tries lo assure Sue Wright that she will not lose her linger.
The dating game couples included Donna Erikson, Ray Cross. Alice Kocian,
Bruce Preston, Beth Rohrs, Chris Van Matre, Debbie France, and Bill Jones.
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hnlerlainment during the banquet was provided by the
men's quartet and Sharon Brumbaugh.
I-.imily Reunion joined Doug Oldham as well as singing
their own selections.
Doug Oldham, the main attraction ofthe concert sang many
The Speer Family
The FWBC Women's Auxil-
iary strives to meet the student
and school needs. The women
provide needed curtains for
dorms, give scholarships, hold
bazaars and meet the needs on
campus which otherwise might
not be met. The scholarships
which are given are funded by
membership dues. This year Jen-
nifer Thornton, a junior in Ele-
mentary Education and Donald
Deighton. a sophomore in Pas-
toral Ministries were awarded
SIOO scholarships. They were pre-
sented to the students by Mrs.
Herbert Kiessling, the Scholar-
ship Chairman, at the fall meet-
ing. By this means the FWBC
Women's Auxiliary is able to
meet the needs of some students
in a personal way.
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Radio is not a new thing to Fort
Wayne Bible College. During the early
1950's a radio program called "Sunrise
Chapel" was heard around the world over
missionary shortwave radio HCJB. Later
in 1956 "Crossroads" was broadcast over
WOWO, Fort Wayne. It continued into
the early l960's.
In planning Witmer Hall, allowance
was made for possible radio broadcasting
in the building construction. Now those
plans have become a reality as WBCL is
on the air daily from six a.m. to midnight.
WBCL is Fort Wayne's first and only
non-commercial radio station.
The programs are aimed for the total person, giving a
variety of good music, news, public affairs, and
educational features. The station can be heard up to 65
miles from Fort Wayne. In order to reach far distances the
station has erected a braodcasting antenna attached to the
tower of WCMX, Fort Wayne.
Mike Heuberger, station manager, formerly worked
in Waterloo, Iowa, managing KNWS AM 84 FM, owned
and operated by Northwestern College. Mike Heuberger
states, "The goal of WBCL is to broadcast programs that
meet the spiritual, economic, educational, and social needs
of each of the 400,000 people living in the listening area."
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Johannesburg, South Africa Freelown, Sierra Leone
This past year FWBC was privileged to have
five students from abroad on campus. The students
have come from the two continents of Africa and
Asia, giving a different perspective on the things
discussed in classes. This has added a new dimen-
sion to classroom discussion, helping B.C. students
to gain a world perspective.
George Ashok Das
Christmas urges men to give gifts to
one another. Lighted trees are surrounded
underneath by brightly decorated
packages. But there is one gift not among
the packages that man is given, God's in-
expressable gift of His Son.
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The Cults And
Dr. Xlariin took a different cult each meeting. discussing the errors ol' the various
groups and ways that students could deal with these problems. using the Scriptures
us their main weapon,
The Staley Lecture Series hosted Dr. Walter
Martin. founder and director of the Christian
Research Institute. Acknowledged as the outstanding
evangelical authority on psuedo-Christian cults, Dr.
Martin has debated some ofthe most controversial
intellects concerning this subject. Dr. Martin warned
students of the pitfalls of various cults.
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opportunities to speak before the student body. Coach
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Singing plays an important
part ofthe chapel programs.
Jay Platte, Ira Gerig or stu-
dent directors lead the sing-
Musiual groups besides our own visit the cam
pus The Sherwood Singers from World Vision
were sponsored by SMF for an evening
Various groups, including the Basketball team perform for the students.
Alter chapel students have half an hour of B.C. time to do as they please.
Ed Baird brings a message to fellow students in the Private Dining Room, using oppor
tunities given him to express his faith and encourage others,
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church attendance, and Christian service assignments.
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organ. below left, Steve Gerlg sings and, below, Carolyn Salsburey plays the
llute. Others who gave recitals during the year were Marsha Rohrs. Sharon
Brumbaugh, Deb Ackerman, Clyde Hale, David Hamrick. and Dan Salsburey.
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The band added to the musical program at the Harvest Banquet.
Members ofthe band front row from left to right are: Carolyn Salsburey, Dave Morgan, Kendra Zuercher, Bill Adams, and Dan Burkey. Third
Carla Rupp, Barb Egle, Clifford Greth, Cathy Havens, Alice Dekle, and row: Robert Taylor, Gary Litwiller, Doug Lightcap. Paul Pohnert.
Glenda Stephenson. Second row: Dave Hamrick, Pat Clawson, Judy Reginald Koopman. Back row: Cathy Conrad, Dr. Loomis, Rich
Summers, Julia Reef, Don Kramer, Gerald Davis, Norman Gifford, Mintchell, and Bob Cooley.
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The New Perspective members are front row from left
to right: Marcy Bogert Deb Lehman back row: Mark
Krueger. Beth Armstrong and Bob Gratcyk.
The Po itive Side
Members of the Positive Side from left to right are: Ron Mann, Jerry Wenger, Dale Ackerman, Debi Ackerman, Joan Moser, Tom
Nevil, Brad Gibson and Suzie Zimmerman.
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lst place Jlm Taylor Merv Charles
2nd place Merv Charles Becky Stansbery W
3rd place Amy Phllllps
Mlke Selbeck W
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Kathy Roath John Jones
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Becky Stansbery David Sjoberg
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FWBC student employment offers many job oppor-
tunities to help students reduce their school bills. Mr. Betty
Hurtsellers makes opportunities available to students by
means of a bulletin board for off campusjobs as well as on
campus jobs. Not only does this benefit the student but
also FWBC, for the students maintain the campus.
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Gary catches up on the latest news.
Students take time to get to class.
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John watches Steve Ex his car.
Service In Training
Miss Louise Kimmel directs training classes for those in Child Evangelism.
Not only do students concentrate on academics
at Fort Wayne Bible College, but also Christian ser-
vice assignments which play an integral part of the
total educational program offered. Assignments
allow the students to put into practice the theory of
the classroom. The assignments give students oppor-
tunity to share their faith as they serve Christ.
Positions available are: choir director, song leader,
gospel teams, organists, pianists, Sunday school
teachers, children's church workers, pastor or assis-
tant pastor, and director of Christian education.
Other positions are available at the Children's Home,
City Rescue Mission, Salvation Army, State School,
Life Line, Campus Crusade, Youth for Christ,
Pioneer Girls, and Awana Clubs. Still other students
teach Good News Clubs, work at the Evening Mis-
sion, or are student advisors. Coaching classes are
held throughout the year to help students with
problems that they have encountered and offer new
ideas on how to accomplish their task.
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married students and their friends
during B.C. time is at the bottom of
the basement steps, where they con-
verse with one another, munching on
snacks. They can usually be found in
this spot after each chapel, waiting
for their ll:00 a.m. classes. Other
students flock to the bookstore,
checking out the latest books, records
and supplies, as well as-picking up
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Bonnie-Draper enjoys her meal with Irtends
Mealtime: A Welcomed
Students choose from a variety of main dishes.
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Resting after recreation. Back to the dorm.
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Mixing study and bull sessions.
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Chairman of Division of Professional Studies
Timothy M. Warner
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Dr. Jared F. Gerigg Professor and Chancellor
Herald J. Weltyg Associate Professor, Registrar
Jeffrey R. Ling
Director of Admissions
Secretary to the Registrar
Secretary in the Office of Admissions
Automatic Typewriter Secretary
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5 ! Secretary to the Director ol College Relations
Larry L. Miller
Director of College Relations
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Janet Dubs. Campus Nurse 'Q
Janel Bowman, Secretary to WBCL Manager and Mike Heuberger, WBCL Manager
Administrative Assistant in College
Relations, Alumni Coordinator
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Associate Professor, Director of Student Services
Women's Adviser, Resident Adviser in Lexington
Linda A. Griepsma, Resident Adviser in Bethany Hall
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Men's Adviser, Resident Adviser in Schultz
Secretary in Student Services
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Assistant Director of Christian Secreary, Christian Service Professorg Director of Christian Secretary, Christian Service
Service Department Service Department Department
Secretary, Correspondence Studies
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Assistant Director of Correspondence Studies
Debbie France Cyril H. Eicher
Secretary, Correspondence Studies Professorg Director of Correspondence Studies
Pat Guth, Clerk-Typist
Director of Fund, lnc.
' Robert Henschen
Associate Director ofthe Fund, Inc.
Secretary to the Director of the Fund, Inc
Special Representatives not pictured:
Kent Van Wagner
Secretary to Administrative Assistant
Janice Wilcoxson, Switchboard Receptionist
Jamie Lethan, Faculty Secretary
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Secretary to Academic Dean
Secretary to the President
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Richard P. Cook, Director of Business Affairs
Charles H. Belknap
Director of Financial Aids, Director of Computer
Effie M. Snyder
Gwenn C. Miller
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H ead Book keeper
Cleo lGlnnyJ Harrison, Food Service Department
Fern Smilh and Bob Gratcyk Qparl timel, Food Service
Taking time out for lunch
Carolyn Roussey, Food Service Department
Gwen Shirley, Food Service Department
Carson Wells, Saga Food Service Department
Betty Hurt-sellers, Supervisor of Housekeeping and
Irene Cox. Food Service Department
Joe Johnson and Gary Temple, Physical Plant
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Not pictured is Ronald Scharfe, Head Librarian, who took his sab-
batical leave second semester.
Left: Wava Bueschlen acts as Head Librarian second semester while
Mr. Scharfe is on sabbatical leave.
Below: Naomi Wiederkehr, is the Assistant to the Librarian.
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Kay Schladdenhauffen, Printer
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LaVera Sauder, Supervisor - Mailing Department Julie Alvis, Clerk - Mailing Department
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Helen H, Wright
Secretary to Director of Research and Guidance
Wesley L. Gerig
Professor, Chairman of Division of Biblical Studies
Forest W, Weddle
Professor, Director of Research and Guidance
Ronald C. Scharfe
Associate Professor of Bible
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Assistant Professor of Bible and Philosophy
Arlan J. Birkey
Assistant Professor of Greek and Bible
Robert C. Strubhar
Associate Professor, Chairman of Department of
'f James P. Loomis
Jay D, Platte
Chairman of Department of Music
Ira A. Gerig
Professor of Music
fx Assistant Professor of
Right: Shirley Platte
Pllfl-lll11C Instructor in
not pictured Judy timndllcnard
Javquelyn L. Al-Ill P.irl-time Instructor, Piano
Partalime Instructor, Voice
Samuel Gnagy Robert luylor
Partalimc Instructor. Low Brass I'.irt-time lnslruutor, lrumpet
Debbie Doud and Sharon Borror, Secretaries of the Music Department
.lacquilyn K. Loomis
Part-time Instructor in Music
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. Part-time Instructor in English
Milton J. Sinn
Part-time Instructor in Speech
Huvrywwv if Part-time Instructor in English
Eunice J. Conrad
, Associate Professor of English d u C n
Professor of English
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Instructor in Women's Physical Education Instructor in Physical Education, Athletic Director
Assistant Professor of Christian Education Joseph B. Snider
Assistant Professor of Christian Education
Dale O. Ferrier I .
Part-time Instructor in Christian Education
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Chairman of Department of Christian
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Ted D. Nickel 7- A
Associate Professor, Chairman of Department of Teacher Education
Alice Joy Weddle
Assistant Professor of Elementary Education
Shirley A. Troutner Daryl W. Cartmel
Secretary, Christian Education Department and Instructional Services Associate Professor, Chairman of Department of
Charlotte Binkley ,I
Robert .lr Hughes III
Associate Professor of Science
Chairman of Division of General Studies Ken Ggldgmith
Part-time Instructor in Psychology
Don W, Klopfenslein
Department of Correspondence Studies
Grant C. Hoatson
Associate Professor Joan Mayers
Director of Instructional Services Associate Professor of Psychology
Administrative Assistant of College
not pictured Relations Department and Alumni
Part-time Instructor in Art
Weldon O. Klopfenstein John W. Rayls
Professor Emeritus Part-time Instructor in Sociology
lt was a windy but sunny day as the seniors walked from the library to Founders.
Commencement 19 6:
The Torch Is Passed n
When the Olympic Games were held in Berlin in 1936 the
bearing of the torch was instituted. A torch was ignited in
Olympia, Greece, the sight of the ancient games. It was
carried by relays of runners through the intervening countries
to the area of the games where the Olympic Flame was lit and
continued to burn throughout the duration ofthe games. The
runners keep a steady pace throughout the distance to the
stadium, not stopping between the changing of runners but
passing on the torch to a fresh runner while still keeping a
steady pace. This process would go on till the last runner
reached the stadium and ascended the steps to light the flame.
ln the same way the seniors have been given the torch to carry
in the relay, remaining steady in their pacing, not stopping as
they go. The running hasjust begun for these fresh runners, to
carry the torch of the Gospel to various parts of the world.
The distance is long and the task demanding but these seniors
have been equipped with power from on high to complete the
We Happil Receive Congratulation
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Class verse: 1 Corinthians 15:58 "Therefore, my beloved
brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in
the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor
is not in vain."
Class colors: Red, White, and Blue
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Senior class olxlicers are front row: Becky Stansbery, Kathy Russel, mid-
dle row: Joan Foltz, Judy Summers. Mr. Birkey, back row: Dina Kin-
nan, und Merv Charles.
Rehcccu Ann Akers
BS, Biblical Studies
Dick E, Alejandro Robert S. Allen Edward M. Baird
Fort Wayne. IN Bloomfield Hills, MI lrwin, PA
B.A. Preseminary Studies B,S. Christian Studies B.S. Pastoral Ministries
Sharon K. Belcher David A. Boyce BruceA. Brumbalow Sharon K. Butcher
Columbus, OH Rome, NY North Syracuse. NY Denver, lN
B.S. Christian Education B.A. Pastoral Ministries B.A. Christian EducationfMissions B.S. Elementary EducationfMissions
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B.S. Christian Education
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BA. Pastoral Ministries
John R. Cappelen George A. Cecil Mervin Charles Dale W. Clapper
Winthrop, lL Fort Wayne, IN Lancaster, PA Fort Wayne, IN
B.S. Christian Education B.S. Elementary Education B.A. Pastoral Ministries B.S. Pastoral Ministries
Michele Clymer PaulaJ,Cole John D.Cornell Bonnie Mae Draper
Daienport, IA Grand Rapids. MI Auburn. IN Hyattsville, MD
BS Elementary Education B,S. Missionary Nursing B.S. Elementary Education BS. Missionary Nursing
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J.1nctNaomi Dubs David C. Egan David Arthur Erdel Geoffrey L, Eubank
Hanover, PA Louisville, KY Esmeruldas, Ecuador I-'ort Wayne, IN
B S Nlissionary Nursing B.S. Elementary EducationfMissions B.A. Preseminary Studies BA, Preseminary Studies
.loan Foltz Nancy E, I-'riedt
Y Z I-ort Wayne. IN Decatur, IN
B.S. Christian Education B.S. Elementary Education
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Stephen J. Gerig Todd W. Habegger
Kingston, Jamaica Fort Wayne, IN
B,S. Music Education B.A. Preseminary Studies
Clyde Preston Hale. .Ir. David A. Hamrick Pamela Ann Healy William R. Henderson
La Porte, IN Decatur. IN Morgantow n, IN Bad Axe. MI
B.S, Music Education B.S. Music Education BA. Missions B.S. Christian Education
Cathyrine A. Herdman Rhoda Faith Hobbs Larry Hobbs
Findlay. OH Fort Wayne, IN Fort Wayne. IN
B.S. Elementary Educati0nfMissi0nS B.S. Elementary Education BS. Elementary Education
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Stephen Nl. Holbrook David L. James Dewey Stewart Johnson John W. Jones
Norway. Nil: Van Buren. IN Bowling Grecn,0H Columbus.OH
BA. Pri-tortil Ministries B.A,M1ssions BS. Christian l:ducationfMuslc B.A. Biblical Studies
Janet Sue Jonker Thomas B. Jonker Deborah Lucille Kehl Yea Myung Kim
l nrt VN tiync, lN Port Wayne, IN Ml, Lurrull. ll. Seoul, Korea
B S llcrncntury lzducution BS. lilemcntury lzduculion B51 l'll'Ihl.li1I1l1iJUCLllIUll B.S. Missions
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Dina Kinnan Cindi Kirkpatrick Stan Kistler James S. Kobi
Indianapolis, IN Fort Wayne, IN Ossian, IN Harrisburg, PA
B.A. Preseminary Studies B.S. Elementary Education B.S. Pastoral Ministries B.S. Missions
Kenneth E, Lewis Larry D. Lewis Esther D, Lilly Ross A. Mahan
Fort Wayne, IN Wichita, KS Orange Park. I'L Barrington, IL
B.S. Pastoral Ministries B.S. Christian Education Associate oI'Arts B.S. Pastoral Ministries
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Mark Daniel Masterson Kelly J. McMichael
Fort Wayne, IN Thousand Oaks, CA
B.A. Christian EducationfMissions B.S. Christian Education
Daniel A. McMillan Duane Nayrocker Michael S. Ngaujah Lonnie R, Norris
Lionsbille, IN Wabash, IN Freetoiin. Sierra Leone Fort Wayne, IN
BS Izlemcntury Education B.S, Biblical Studies BS, Biblical Studies B.S. Christian Education
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Washington. IL Strongsville, OH
Associate ol' Arts B.A. Preseminary Studies
Timothy L Patch Michael Pennington Amy D Phillips Dorcas li. Ringenberg
Roscxille, Ml Niagara Pulls. NY Ogden. UBI Woodburn, IN
B S K, hristiun Lducution BS Christian Iwduculion BA. Biblical Studies BS. Missionary Nursing
Kathy Roath Marsha L. Rohrs James Lee Roth Carla J. Rupp
Royal Oak, Ml Sturgis, MI Grabill. IN Bryan, OH
B.S. Elementary Education B.S. MusicfChristian Education B.S. Elementary Education BA. Biblical Studies
Marilyn R. Rurup Kathryn M. Russell Rebecca A. Schwartz Michael Seibeck
Lima, OH Liverpool, NY New Haven, IN Fort Wayne, IN
B.S. Missionary Nursing B.S. Christian Education Associate ol'Arts B,A, Biblical Studies
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Jaines R Brian
Ieort XX .15 ne. IN
BS Iglementary Education
Igditin Doerr Jr.
B S Christian hducation
Iort XX ayne, IN
B S Nluste Ldueatlon
Fort Wayne. IN
BS Pastoral Ministries
Esther D. Lilly
Associate oth Arts
BS, Pastoral Ministries
BS. Missionary Nursing
IMI JJIIFIW- IN. Q I LorenS Shive David K Shoemaker
B..-X Pastoral Ministries
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B -X Pastoral Ministries
Tamra J. Siemantel David F Sjoberg Sharon K Smith
Coxington.KX Houlton MIL Jonesboro LO
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Becky Ann Stansbery
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Rebecca J. Starbird Stanley B Steiner Ralph David Stewart
Thomuston,MI1 I ort Vlfavnt. IIN kendallville IN
BS. C hristian lgdueationfMusie B S I astoral Ministries B A Prescminary Studies
Jeffrey R. Studebaker Judith K. Summers Allen G. Tomlinson Thomas VerHey
Fort Wayne, IN Decatur, IN Pekin. IL Battle Creek, MI
B.A. Christian Education B.S, Elementary Education B.A. Preseminary Studies B.S, Elementary Education
Richard Voorhees William Jung Wall Donna J. Walter Phyllis Jean Warner
Fort Wayne, IN Bluffton, IN Forest, OH Findlay, OH
B.A. Preseminary Studies B.S. Biblical Studies B.S. Elementary Education B.S. Christian Education
Edgar Shuck III
B.S. Pastoral Ministries
Edward Weirrick Martha Wright Ronald Kress
Ossian, IN Fort Wayne, IN Fletcher, OH
B.S. Pastoral Ministries B.S. Elementary Education B.S. Elementary Education
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Arcola. IN Ravenna, OH Rogers. AR Sturgis, Ml P hi, Hl
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Decatur, IN Akron, OH New Paris, IN Erie, PA Rochester, MI
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Fort Wayne, IN Honolulu, HI Pettisville. OH
Jana Habegger Dale Hamrick Donna Hara
Irorl Wayne, IN Decatur, IN Sl. Petersburg, FL
Rick Harlscll Sue Herman Laura Hirschy Jellrey Hoffman Jean Hollenberg
Smanlon, OH Berne. IN Berne, IN York, PA I-'orl Wayne, IN
Iimolhy Hopkins Reba Hossler Stephen Hoslcllcr I-Iossic Johnson Jennifer Johnson
I .iycllu Ull I-orl Wayne. IN Pittsburgh. PA Tokyo. Japan Iwirl Wayne. IN
Jacob Kakish Stan Kesler Reginald Koopman Sheila Lamb David Lamkin
Salt, Jordan Goshen, IN Beloit, WI Johannesburg, South Africa Ossian, IN
Tim Leever Jamie Letham Vivian Liechty
Los Angeles, CA Pittsburgh, PA Berne, IN
Bruce Linhart Carole Lubbers
Minerva. OH South Bend, IN
Ted Malone Francis Martin Barry McCune Izlcanor McVittie Phil Meade
I-'ort Wayne, IN Warwick, RI Bluffton. IN
Vcntura.CA Marcellus. Ml
Jerry Miller Tom Miller Violet Miyasato
Lafayette, IN Pittsburgh, PA Kapaa. HI
Ioan Moser Randy Oser Lorraine Papazian Sharon Patterson Don Phillips
Berne, IN Fort Wayne, IN Fort Wayne, IN Dover, PA Zionsville, IN
Brenda Ponehot Gregory Ponchot Beth Rohrs David Rusk
I-ort NN ayne, IN Fort Wayne. IN York, PA Bryan, OH
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leort Wayne, IN Bryan. OH St. Clair Shores. Ml Fort Wayne, IN
Paulette Smith George Snyder
Rawenna. OH Orelield. PA
I-iort Wayne, IN
Mountain Home, ID
John Stackman Tim Stair Louella Stansbery Tom Steffen Tim Stephenson
Centerville, MI New Paris, IN Forest, OH Bluffton, IN Fort Wayne, IN
Ann Steury Nancy Stuckey Guy Suzuki Linda Taylor Jenny Thornton
Berne, IN Berne, IN Honolulu, HI Ravenna, OH Honolulu, HI
Becky Travis Deb Trusdle James Vander Woude Andrell Ware Connie Webb
Delta,OH Clyde, OH Fort Wayne, IN Detroit, Ml Denver, CO
Thomas West Donna Young Peggy Zbinden Gwen Zeltwanger Marti Zimmerman
Fort Myers, FL Victor, IA Lowell, IN Bremen, IN Archbold, OH
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Jerry Wenger, Rob Diamond, Denny Jackson, and Mr. Beals.
Dale Ackerman Beth Armstrong Leslie Anderson Put Baldwin Eric Bobilya
lrort Wayne, IN Coon Raplds, MN Pittsburgh, PA l-ort Wayne, lN Fort Wayne, IN
Marcy Bogerl Terry Bovlnel Bull Brunks Duvc Bright Doane Brubaker
1 .lh.1s.luqu.A.l'fX Warren, IN Delrolt. Ml Morton, ll. New Purls, IN
Diane Bunker Richard Burkhart Steve Chapman James Chupp Patricia Clawson
Metea, IN Fort Wayne, IN Richwood, OH Nappanee, IN Erie. PA
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John Cochran Gwynne Colestock Robert Cooley Esther Cox Brenda Cutter
Decatur, IN Unionville, MI Fort Wayne, IN Greenwood. IN Charlotte, Ml
Keith Davis Don Deighton Alice Dekle Rob Diamond Annette Dill
Fort Wayne, IN Parma, OH Detroit, Ml Hutchinson. KS St. Joseph. Ml
Gay Douglas James Drake Eunice Dull'
Syracuse, IN Elkhart, IN Thomaston. ME
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Jane Fader Denise I-'eiser Jeanne Gerig
L olumbia City, IN Esmeraldas, Ecuador Santa Barbara. CA Mishawaka, IN Fort Wayne. IN
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Kenton Clerig Cynthia Graell' John Gregory Cheryl Gunther Jane Habegger
Mlentrm ri. PA Zion. IL New London, OH Covina, CA Berne, IN
Evelyn Hadley Judy Hamrick Heather Hardy
Palermo, NJ Decatur, IN East Rockaway, NY
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I-orl VN aync, IN Decatur, IN Livonia, MI
Mark Hewett George Hirsch
Somerville, ME Fremont, IN
Cindy Hofbauer Diane Hooley Juli Hovee Sue Hughes Dennis Jackson
Morton, IL Ligonier, IN Fort Wayne, IN I-'ort Wayne, IN Paulding, OH
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Darlene King Alice Kocian Mark Krueger Kathy LaBree Dennis Laub
Charlotte, Ml Berea, OH Snover, Ml Augusta, ME Grabill, IN
Dan Ledley Colleen Lee Mark Longcor Robert Mangus Jay Marquart
Santa Fe, OH Zion, IL Millersburg, IN Cambridge City, IN Bluffton, OH
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Leo, IN Fort Wayne, IN Jackson Center, OH
Jeanne Mohr Jim Moore Rodney Mosiman John Nearhood Gordon Nickel
Paulding, OH San Jose. CA Newton, KS Clyde, OH Fort Wayne, IN
C ulhy Paules Julia Peterson Rnchard Packard Paul Pohnerl Teddy Ralston
N -uk. I'-X Duluth. MN Auburn. IIN Vwcxllund. MI West Unlon. OH
Beth Ray Deborah Robinson
Fort Wayne, IN Ravenna, OH
Fort Wayne, IN
onald Rondy Keith Rupp
anslield, OH Groveland, IL
Mary Savage Thomas Schatzer Jonathan Schlatter David Scholl Diana Sellers
Chesterland, OH Bryan, OH Newton, KS Polo, IL Denver, CO
Gene Smith Paul Smith William Slabler Leslie Sieingass Glenda Stephenson
Allentown, PA Leipsic, OH Fort Wayne, IN Deliance. OH Fort Wayne. IN
Ruth Slollzfus Isaac Stout Sheri Toexxs
Peru, IN Coon Rapids. MN
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Christopher Van Matre McArthur Wagstaff .lerel Wenger Pamela West Debra White
Portland. IN Fort Wayne, IN Goshen, IN Fort Wayne, IN Rockland, ME
Robert Vhdo Kim Wills Deborah Williams
Parma. OH Union City. IN Homeu ood. IL
Harper Woods, MI
Freshman class officers are front row left to right: Stan Gerig, Mrs.
Miller, Mary Strubhar. Deb Lehman, Don Kramer. Back row: Doug
Kovalch, Karen Mansfield, Bruce Roche, and Tom Nevill.
Timothy Andrus John Armes Jeffrey Askew Gary Aupperle Bonnie Beard
Chicago, IL Greenwood, IN Saginaw, Ml Fraser, Ml Wellsborn, PA
Sue Belella Ellen Bixel Joy Bixler Diane Bliese Mark Bowers
Sylvania, Ol-I Bluffton, OH Laport, IN Indianapolis, IN Fort Wayne, IN
Brian Brooke Daniel Burkey Candy Cantrell Julie Castle Cynthia Cochran
South Bend, IN LaGrange, IN Greenville, OH Washington, IL Decatur, IN
Sue Dealon John DiCamillo Dee Dee Dickerhool' Margaret Eash Barb Egle
lfort NN ayne. IN Garfield Heights, OH Fort Wayne, IN North Liberty, IN Gridley, IL
Lori Ehresman Debby Eichorn Jim Emig Donna Iirikson
Woodburn, IN Sturgis, Ml Broadview Heights, OH South Holland, IL
Dwight Iegley Carol Findlay Lynette Folsom
Vanvwcrt, OH Caro, MI Bedford, PA
.loan Frederickson Beverly Free Stan Gerig Brad Gibson Norman Gifford
Mishawaka, IN Fort Wayne, IN Kingston, Jamaica South Bend, IN Wooster, O'-I
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Yvonne Grady Bob Gratcyk Michael Guthrie Daniel Harrigan Stephen Harrigan
Woodburn, IN Parma, OH Pittsburgh, PA Fort Wayne, IN I-'ort Wayne, IN
Debbie Hatton Kathy Havens Rebekah Hirschy Cynthia Huffman Joe Jacobs
Cleveland. OH Osceola, IN Berne, IN Elkhart, IN Greenwich, OH
Kim Johnson Gretchen Keener David Keifer Shonette Kelley Rex Kiefer
Churabusco. IN Fort Wayne, IN Piqua, OH Columbus. OH Bluffton. IN
Donald Klnser Denise Kneubuhler Douglas Kovalch
Fort Wayne, IN Woodburn, IN Parma, OH
Donald Kramer Phil Kress John Krinn
Cleveland, OH Fletcher, OH Fort Wayne, IN
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Cleveland, OH Forl Wayne, IN Berne, IN Neuvo, CA I-'ort Wayne, IN
Gary Luwuller Shayne Looper Darlene Loucks Alun Lyda Ronald Mann
Berne. IN Elyrru, OH Nappanee, IN leorl Wayne, IN Ripley, NY
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Fort Wayne, IN Osceola, IN Pekin, IL Ravenna, OH Goshen, IN
Robyn Moore Craig Nayrocker Kristine Neuenschwander Tom Nevil Kay Nusbaum
Berne, IN Wabash, IN Berne, IN Geneva, IN Wapakaneta, OH
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Strongsville, OH Fort Wayne, IN Cinncinati, OH Cleveland, OH Fort Wayne, IN
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Semtnole. I-'L Berne, IN Bluffton, OH New Castle, IN
Jackue Rrggenbach Gary Rlngenberg Bruce Rocke Wanda Rodgers Joanne Roehling
Long Bra. Indonesla Woodburn, IN Flanagan, IL Dover, PA Woodburn, IN
Barbara Schumacher Albert Schwartz Roberta Seek Doug Shively
Pandora, OH Berne, IN Hagerstown, MD Churubusco, IN
Rteh Sommer Randal Stansbery Lrnda Stoltzfus Rachel Stout
Wash1ngIon.lL I-nresl, OH Carmel. IN Peru, IN
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Evansville, IN Fort Wayne, IN Ashland, OH Kapaa, HI Pekin, IL
Cindy Tucker Alvin Van Bumble Christine Vander Woude Mary Waddell Kathleen Ward
Valparaiso, IN Strongsville, OH Lansing, IL Pittsburgh, PA Fort Wayne, IN
Aflella WHFC Rachel Weber Jeffrey Wells Karol Whitcher Debra White
DCll'0il. Ml EdgCl'l0l1. OH Riclgeville Corners, OH Cuyahoga Falls, OH Toledo, OH
Dave Willis Tom Wilson Wendy Wilson Sonja Wood Sue Wright
Mooresville, NJ Cleveland, OH Zionsville, lN Fort Wayne. IN Oregon OH
Susie Zimmerman Kendra Zuercher
Archbold. OH Berne, IN
With each year comes change. For FWBC this
has been a year of change, especially in the Ad-
ministrative department. Also the Bicentennial
celebration has brought along changes. We too ex-
perience changes in our own lives as we allow
ourselves to grow in Christ. His Word tells us, "And
we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the
Lord, are being changed into his likeness from one
degree of glory to another: for this comes from the
Lord who is the Spirit."
2 Cor. 3.18
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