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Class of 1969

  • Ted M. Dorman BA ’69, March 28, 2017, age 70. Dorman earned a master of divinity degree and later a doctorate in philosophy and theology from Fuller Theological Seminary. Ordained in the Presbyterian Church, he was a professor of biblical studies and theology at Taylor University in Indiana until 2010. Dorman enjoyed traveling and led student trips to Israel, Greece, and Rome. He was also fluent in Spanish, a language he used while teaching in Costa Rica and on mission trips. Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Lil; his children, Heidi and Stephen; and one granddaughter.

  • J. Charles Morrison BA ’69, September 11, 2016, age 69. After obtaining a master’s degree in university administration from the University of Calgary in 1975, Morrison worked much of his life for the University of Alberta. By 1988, he was the director of administrative services for the university’s department of medicine. Even after semi-retirement, he remained at the school as a career development officer until his passing. When he wasn’t working, Morrison lived in the country and indulged his love for animals, art, and the outdoors. Survivors include his wife, Lil; sons Craig and Corey; and two grandchildren.

    • 10/14/2016

      Jo Ann Staebler BA ’69 became pastor of Presbyterian and Lutheran Services Church in Bealeton, Virginia, in July 2016. She was ordained as a Presbyterian minister in September 2016.

    • 02/15/2017

      Jo Ann Staebler BA was ordained as a teaching elder (minister of word and sacrament) in September 2016 by the National Capital Presbytery. She is serving a federated Presbyterian and Lutheran church in Bealeton, Virginia.

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