Alumni Class Notes for December 2019

Carol Meisky (’42) died peacefully in her sleep on Oct. 31, 2019, and a book by Phil Hopkins (’95) on Christianity and Iran will be published with Palgrave Macmillan next year.

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Carol Meisky (’42) died peacefully in her sleep on October 31, 2019. Carol served the Lord for many years in the ministry with her husband Rev. Robert Meisky, and both were members of the first class to graduate from The King’s College. Carol was 99 years old and would have passed the 100 year marker next May. She leaves four daughters and a son.

Dr. Joseph Wint (’68) published a new book, Secrets of A Happy Marriage. Joseph writes, “I am President Emeritus of Midland Bible Institute in Jamaica so I visit Jamaica annually. Faculty and students are invited to join me for my annual trip to Jamaica. Next trip will be Easter 2020. Accommodations are available in hotels or homes. It is real fun to stay with Jamaican families. You will eat famous Jamaican fruits, swim in the warm sea waters, and attend great Jamaican churches.” Joseph has provided his contact information to the Alumni Office. Interested parties should write to

Ramon Torres (’76) writes, “About six years ago my book, The Soul Of The Artist, was published.”

Tanya (Kemper) Long (last attended ’85) celebrated her marriage to Steven Long on December 3, 2016.

Phil Hopkins (’95) recently graduated with his second Ph.D. in Iranian history from the University of St Andrews (Scotland) and has taken a position at Gateway Seminary as Associate Professor of Church History. His book, Can I Play with Madness: Christianity in Iran during the 1960s and 1970s, will be coming out with Palgrave Macmillan in the summer/fall of next year.

Diana Bellini (’06) started a new job as a Vice President and Senior Relationship Strategist at PNC Wealth Management.

Hannah Silver (’19) is marrying Samuel McKnight on May 30, 2020 in Charlotte, N.C.

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