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Alumni welcomed back

More than 100 graduates, spouses and widows of class years ending in “3” and “8” came to campus Sept. 20–21 for the 2018 Alumni Reunion.

Several alumni enjoy some free time to catch up with classmates.
Alumni and Congregation Relations’ Melodie Bostic, center, and Seminary Advancement’s Diane Alt, right, welcome alumni and their spouses.

Highlights included:
• A special recognition of the jubilarian class of 1968 and all alumni in chapel
• A welcome and update from Seminary President Dr. Dale A. Meyer and Diane Meyer
• An Alum ’n Stein on Chapel Plaza
• Campus tours
• An organ and hymn sing in chapel
• A presentation by Rev. Micah Glenn (’16), executive director of the Lutheran Hope Center in Ferguson, Mo.
• Banquet featuring The Gospel of Mark presentation by Dr. David Schmitt, the Gregg H. Benidt Memorial Professor of Homiletics and Literature
• An opportunity to contribute to the John E. Meyer Memorial Alumni Book Endowment Fund, which provides books for first-year seminarians
• Group photos of each class in the chapel
• A St. Louis-themed dinner

Dr. James Marriott, the Kreft Chair for Music Arts, leads an organ sing during the reunion.

We look forward to welcoming back alumni in 2019! Save the date for Sept. 19-20 for the 2019 Alumni Reunion when we will recognize class years ending in “4” and “9.” Learn more at www.csl.edu/alumni.