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Shirley Laudig Foutz ’57 participated in the Ukrop’s MonumentAvenue 10K in Richmond inMarch.


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GeorgeWilliams ’46 was honored as minister emeritus of Slash Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Ashland, Va. George is a member of the Hanover Ruritan Club, Interfaith Center for Public Policy, and the 90&9 Breakfast Club. He lives in Mechanicsville, Va.


50s


John Bower ’57 donated $250,000 to Lynchburg College to establish a scholarship fund for veterans and an additional $250,000 challenge grant to create a veterans center on cam- pus. The JohnD. Bower Veterans Scholarship Fund will support


eligible veteran students who have at least a 3.0 G.P.A. Dr. Bower lives in Brandon,Miss.


60s


Helmut “Mutt”Werner ’61 was inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame on April 24, 2010. An All-American soccer player at LC,Helmut coached at Randolph-Macon College for forty-three years. He lives in Glen Allen, Va.


Frances “Fran” Lawrence Hensley ’66 won the thirteenth Virginia StateGolf Association (VSGA) Senior Women’s Stroke Play Championship on June 3, 2010. A retired school principal, Fran enjoys golfing and is a VSGA member at the Forest Park Country Club. She resides in Ridgeway, Va.


Carolyn Austin Eubank ’67 received the Distinguished Alumni Award atWestover Alumni SocietyWeekend in April in recognition of her out- standing professional contribu- tions and personal commitment to Lynchburg College. ADean’s


List student andmember of KappaDelta Pi education honor society, she returned to her alma mater in 1992, after other career pursuits, as director of the Annual Fund andwas soon promoted to director of development. In 1995, she became director of the Office of Public Relations andwas later named assistant vice president for public relations. She co-authored, with fellowalumna and public relations staffmember BettyMcKinney, Lynchburg College:More than Books and Bricks. She has co-chaired and served on Class of 1967 reunion committees, is an officer of the National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, and sings in the Lynchburg College Choral Union. She and husband Bob ’63 live in Lynchburg.


Fred Fauber ’67, ’70M.Ed. and his wife, Dodie, were honored at the forty-third annualHumanitarian Awards dinner of the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities, Lynchburg chapter, in May. Fred was an elementary school principal in Lynchburg for twenty-five years. He and Dodie have served as coordinators of the Lynchburg Symphony Youth Concerts for more than twenty years and worked with the annual Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign. They reside in Lynchburg.


Steven Stephenson ’68 published a newbook titled The KingdomFungi: The Biology ofMushrooms,Molds, and Lichens. Steven is a research professor at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Since graduating fromLCwith a degree in biology, he has studied fungi and slimemolds on six continents.He and hiswife live in Fayetteville, Ark.


Matt Brandon,Associate Vice President for Advancement


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OFFICE OF PARENTS PROGRAMS


Jan Cocke Sigler ’65, Coordinator 434.544.8660, 800.621.1669 Fax: 434.544.8569 Email: parents@lynchburg.edu www.lynchburg.edu/parents.xml


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Alan Fischer ’69 started an organization called “Future Leaders International” to help Christian leaders as they work in developing countries. The organization teaches integrity, servant leadership,morality and forgiveness, andmultiplication evangelism. Fischer has traveled to Uganda and Kenyawith plans to visitMexico.He lives inWarrenton, Va.


Joan Fitzgerald Foster ’69, ’70 M.A.T., ’85M.Ed.was named the RichardH. Thornton Scholar at Lynchburg College in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the field of education. Foster is the firstwoman to serve asmayor of the city of Lynchburg and her


advocacy on behalf of children and families has driven much of her public policywork. She has served on the boards of and in leadership roles for numerous service agencies and not-for-profit organizations. Joan and husband Robert ’69 live in Lynchburg.


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