Posted on 3/17/2017 by Ann Ashmon - 1 minute read
Eagle athletics alumni have a new reason to be proud: a new $50,000 Hall of Fame housed in the gymnasium to honor their achievements.
Posted on 3/17/2017 by Ann Ashmon - 3 minute read
Elayne and Paul Lohr experienced great blessing from their family’s egg business, which they helped grow from a small farm to a 60,000-bird ranch. That blessing has flowed down in their own family, and in thirty-five years of impact at CUI where their generosity has helped build the campus and support students through scholarships.
CUI held an innovative, one-day giving campaign that combined social media, campus events and “ambassadors” inviting donations for their favorite campus causes and needs.
Posted on 3/17/2017 by Ann Ashmon - 5 minute read
In the 1970s, Kelly and Cheryl Keithly heard a pioneering educator named Charles Manske, Concordia’s founding president, speak at their church about the vision for a Lutheran university in Southern California. His presentation inspired the young couple.
Ryan ’97 and Lyndsay (Kahler ’96) Ermeling met in the choir at Concordia University Irvine. Two years after graduating, they started the Ein Feste Burg Choral Scholarship to support the choral department and students with financial need. In the years following, Ryan’s start-up business moved from his garage to an office building in Phoenix where he now has 20 employees and a business that has enjoyed double-digit growth for the past 12 years.