Alumni Class Notes for January 2021
Samuel Boucher (MCA ’13) passed away Christmas morning, 2020 at the age of 29; Howard Lawler (NBC ’70) has written two books.
Miriam Levengood, (who attended The King’s College Delaware campus from Feb 1945 – Dec 1946) passed away November 12, 2020 in Tahlequah, Okla.
Howard Lawler (NBC ’70) has written two books: The Corporate Prayer Challenge: 30 Days to Kickstart the Change We Need and Talking Social Justice: Stories and Questions for Worried, Wistful, and Woke Evangelicals. His wife Francine Lawler (NBC ’80) writes, “These two books were written to give us helpful biblical insight on one often neglected topic and one current event topic. They are both timely and needed for the church today. Check out the publication site called salpizo.com for more information.”
Heidi Capnerhurst (Bus ’12) writes, “I recently got promoted to Partner at Mediacom. My title is Investment Strategy, Director Partner. I run the PlayStation account at Mediacom and we just launched the PS5! This has been a year and a half of doing the marketing strategy for a large product launch.”
Samuel Boucher (MCA ’13) passed away Christmas morning, 2020 at the age of 29. His obituary reads, “Sam had a passion for adventure turning any experience into an event. He spent time working in Germany, traveling through Europe and Russia eventually settling in the Pacific Northwest. He had a fierce love of animals, prolific movie quote knowledge, and held music and poetry close to his heart. To know Sam was to be charmed by his quick wit, compassionate soul, and amazing laugh.” Read the full obituary or leave a note on the tribute wall.