Daniel Penner ’12, Hans Weaver ’13 and Niles Graber-Alvarez ’14 were named to Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA)’s 2014 20-under-35 young professionals changing the world list.
Elizabeth Diaz, of Goshen, started a year long term of voluntary service in August with the Mennonite Voluntary Service. She will be serving in New York City as an intern with World Vision International.
Now the superintendent of Goshen Community Schools, Diane began her education career in Puerto Rico.
Krabill, 70, died Sunday, Nov. 2 at Elkhart General Hospital, following a fight with cancer.
In March, Chicago Public Schools social worker Dan Coyne ’80 gave one of his kidneys to a beloved grocery store cashier who was incredibly ill, garnering national attention. Coyne is slated to be honored as a humanitarian at a luncheon for Chicago Public Schools social workers on Thursday–but after that, he might be fired.
Steve and Phil Thomas are two brothers who have made it their life’s work to help people get along, both in the city of Goshen and around the world.
Brad Yoder ’63, a professor of sociology and social work at Manchester University, has been named Indiana Social Worker of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers.
Randy Mast is not a pro triathlete, but his training regiment, dedication and focus rivals those who collect winnings. This Coloradan won his age group at Ironman Boulder and finished 17th overall earning a trip to the world championships in Kona on October 11th.
Merit Learning Center Principal Kristen Watt was raised in Goshen, she cares about its community and she’s passionate about the success of its students. The Merit Strategy embodied in her school helps students gain the confidence they need to not only succeed academically, but to contribute to the greater good of the community that has embraced them.