Category : Marion College Alumni

MEET FRANCIS MUSTAPHA: 2015 IWU ALUMNI WORLD CHANGER

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Francis Mustapha was born in Madina Village, Sierra Leone. Seven of his siblings, including his twin brother, died before age five. Francis was not expected to live, but his father heard of an educated woman who had training as a nurse. He took Francis to the clinic she had established in another village, 20 miles

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IWU ALUMNAE, MIRIAM CROMER (1935-2015)

To honor her service and commitment to helping others the Miriam A Cromer, RN Nursing Scholarship has been established. This scholarship will provide financial assistance to nursing students at Indiana Wesleyan University. Please make a donation in lieu of flowers. MIRIAM CROMER Memorial Website (1935-2015).

Friends Are Friends Forever

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“FRIENDS ARE FRIENDS FOREVER” College friendships last forever. The song written by Michael W. Smith “Friends are friends forever” was the popular song the year we graduated and it truly spoke truth of our friendship. “Friends Are Friends Forever, if the Lords the Lord of them. And a friend will not say never, cause the

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Alumni Authors Autobiography

Yussef Norman Johnson, ’88 shares his testimony of grace through his new book, Gang Banger in a Pinstriped Suit. Johnson’s book takes its readers on a journey through major life events that helped shape the person that Johnson is today. Johnson has an Associate degree in Criminal Justice, A Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology,

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Mel Shoemaker ’62 Authors

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News Release – IWU Graduate (B.A. 1962) Publishes Mel Shoemaker ’62, a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University and Asbury Theological Seminary (M.Div. with Honors, 1967), has published The Theology of the Four Gospels (WestBow Press, A Division of Thomas Nelson, 2011). Rev. Dr. Melvin H. Shoemaker was Professor of New Testament Biblical Literature and Theology

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Lalita Toeniskoetter, earns certification

SoutheastHEALTH Case managers earn certification – Nurse Lalita Toeniskoetter, care coordinators in the Case Management Department at SoutheastHEALTH, has passed the American Case Management Association certification exam and is now an accredited case manager. Toeniskoetter has been a member of the Southeast staff since 1985. She received her bachelor of science in nursing from Marion

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Robert Baker ’36 is remembered

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KOKOMO — Robert E. Baker D.D.S., 97, passed away at 3:35 PM Friday in St. Joseph Hospital. He and his twin sister, Roberta, were born on May 27, 1914, in Converse, to the late Tom and Jessie (Henshaw) Baker. He graduated from Marion High School in 1932 and from Marion College in 1936. In 1938,

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