Alumni Center Endowment Boosts Our Annual Budget

By Bill Gerig g61 In the October Falcon E-Newsletter we shared the amazing news about the Alumni Endowed Scholarship Fund that the Fort Wayne Alumni have established through thirty years of Phonathons. Fort Wayne Alumni Dependents who have attended Taylor University over the last eleven years have received over $430,000 in scholarship assistance from the interest on that endowment.  That […]

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Stephanie (Cox) Demorest g93 – New Director of the Fort Wayne Alumni Center

On June 1, 2020, Stephanie (Cox) Demorest g93 became the new director of the Alumni Center. Stephanie has strong heart-ties to the Fort Wayne campus and its alumni association. She graduated from this campus in 1993, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies. After several years working as a claims adjuster at Brotherhood Mutual Insurance […]

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Alumni Center Thanks Michael Mortensen for 11 Years of Service to Our Alumni

July 7, 2020, was a special day. Your Fort Wayne Alumni Center honored Michael Mortensen TUUg91 for his dedicated service. Tributes and thank you’s were given by Stephanie Demorest g93, the new Director of the Alumni Center; Rex Bennet, Vice President for University Advancement -Taylor University; Bill Gerig g61, special assistant for Archives; Brad Yordy TUUg05, Executive Director of Alumni and […]

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Giving Thanks for Return

By Stephanie (Cox) Demorest g93 In this modern American culture, we are driven by schedules: appointments, meetings, commitments, as well as last-minute texts and phone calls. In all the busyness, it is difficult to take a breath, let alone take a break and reflect on what is meaningful in our lives and worth living for! […]

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Thoughts from the Kitchen Table

By Marian Douglas cs17 Idyllic (excellent and delightful in all respects). That is my thought as I sit at the kitchen table in the Alumni Center, peering out at the backyard. That ramp right in front, the one creating those lovely leading lines, I watched Joe Sheil and John Motter g67 fix that on my […]

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