Did you miss Homecoming this year? Want to relive some of the best moments? We’ve got the Luncheon right here. Alumna of the Year Margo Engberg (class of 1989) talks about founding and running her successful gourmet cupcake boutique, PinkaBella Cupcakes. Also honored are this year’s Medallion Award Winners, John Erma (class of 1975) and Sheryl Erickson Erma (class of 1976), and Gloria Biggar Wall (class of 1979) and Larry Wall (class of 1976).
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SPU invites its alumni back to campus for Homecoming Weekend each year. During the festivities, the SPU Alumni Association honors outstanding alumni. You can watch this year’s breakfast honoring Alec Hill.
Congratulations to Alec Hill for being named Seattle Pacific University’s Alumnus of the Year! Alec Hill is currently the President of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, but before his tenure at InterVaristy he taught in the School of Business and Economics and was appointed its dean in 1995. You can listen to his prior speaking engagements on campus by following the links below:
“Success Isn’t Enough” given May 2, 1984
“Business Ethics and Christianity” given March 31, 1989
“Competing in the Workplace” given with Ross Stewart on October 25, 1995
“What If Your Job Asks You to Sin?” given October 25, 1996
“Students Change the World” given October 14, 2003
- Pam and Scott Nolte: Alumni of the Year
- Anita Deyneka: Medallion Award Winner
- Jerry Brown: Medallion Award Winner
- Ruth Hill: Medallion Award Winner
Alumni of the Year Awards Ceremony
Alumnus of the Year: Del Wisdom (class of ’63). Medallion Award Winners: Dan Bolin (class of ’75), Darlene Hartley (class of ’65), Rebecca Townsend (class of ’76), and Wesley Willmer (class of ’71).
Homecoming Chapel: 2008-2009 2009 SPU Alumna of the Year Marti Ensign encourages Christians to believe that God cares for his people even when a situation looks like a tragedy. January 29, 2009. (31:57) [Audio]
Homecoming Chapel: 2004-2005, “God Is Not Blind” 2005 SPU Alumna of the Year Marilyn Meberg shares a humorous story of her automobile breaking down on the road and the unexpected help she received, reminding listeners that God is always in charge, providing for our every need. February 3, 2005. (25:46) [Audio]
The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent in Our Work SPU Alum and lawyer Skip Li calls listeners to actively use their minds to break free from the surrounding culture, utilizing the film Shawshank Redemption to illustrate his point. April 12, 2005. (23:03) [Audio]
Healing: Who? How Much? How Far? And When? Goodwill Rehabilitation Counselor and Chaplain Roy Murdock charges listeners to make spiritual healing a primary concern when it comes to personal wholeness. October 29, 1973. (29:47) [Audio]