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Thirteen Graduates on May 19

last modified 2012-06-05 05:40 PM

On Saturday, May 19, 13 graduate students will be recognized for earning their Master of Science in Education degree. As they walk the stage to receive their diploma, they will set an example of faithful service for those receiving their bachelor’s degree and be an inspiration for all current master’s degree students. Twelve achieved this milestone while teaching! We thank God for their dedication and pray the Lord uses their professional development for the building up of his kingdom. This year’s graduates are . . .

Matthew Bauer* (’04)Leadership emphasis
St. Mark Lutheran Preschool
principal / teacher
Citrus Heights CA
Harmon Butler ('91)Leadership emphasis
St. Lorenz Lutheran School
teacher - middle school
Frankenmuth MI
Susan Heinitz ('92)Instruction emphasis
not currently teaching
Henderson NV
Michael Henning* (’95)Leadership emphasis
Holy Trinity Lutheran School
principal / teacher
New Hope MN
Jason Kelley ('02)Leadership emphasis
St. John Lutheran School
principal / teacher
Libertyville IL
Jeffrey Loberger ('03)Leadership emphasis
Good Shepherd Lutheran School
principal / development director
Omaha NE
Brian Mensching (’01)Leadership emphasis
Resurrection Lutheran School
principal / teacher
Aurora IL
Carrie Meyer (’94)Special Education emphasis
Catapult Learning
Title I teacher
Milwaukee WI
Allan Nolte (’00)Leadership emphasis
Fox Valley Lutheran High School
assistant principal / teacher
Appleton WI
Mark Renner (’90)Leadership emphasis
St. Martin Lutheran School
principal / teacher
Watertown SD
Michael Peek (’01)Leadership emphasis
Redeemer Lutheran School
principal / teacher
Tucson AZ
Kip Wilson (’97)Leadership emphasis
Zion Lutheran School
principal / teacher
Denver CO
Suzanne Zimmerman ('05)Special Education emphasis
Bethany Lutheran School
Kenosha WI

* Denotes graduates who finished their program in December 2011

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