Alumni Class Notes for March 2020

Dr. Sanford Zensen's new book and remembering Theodore “Ted” Shelling.

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William E. “Bill” Hough III , a 1955 graduate of The King’s College, went home to be with his Savior on Friday, February 21, 2020 at the age of 89 years.

Grete Shelling writes, “Theodore “Ted” Shelling (’56) passed away in the morning of March 2, 2020. After teaching teenagers the Bible with Hi-B.A. in New York City for 9 years, Ted joined I.S.I. in 1967. He ministered to international students from many countries in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, St. Petersburg, Tampa, and Atlanta. Upon retiring from I.S.I in 1999, he and his wife Grete lived and ministered in Graz, Austria for 9 years and for several subsequent summers in northern Austria. During the last 12 years, Ted and Grete lived in Atlanta, still continuing ministry to many internationals with InterFACE Ministries. Ted celebrated his 91st birthday in February and is survived by his wife Grete and their son Tim Otheus Shelling.”

JayCee Hoffman (’57) has been planning an alumni gathering at a new facility called The Club built on the old TKC campus in Briarcliff Manor. She writes, “Under the circumstances of our global situation we should not continue plans at this time for our alumni homecoming at the old Briarcliff Manor campus.”

Edith (Koehler) Williams (’67) writes, “We retired, moved to Windsor Park, a senior living community, then my husband, Bud, passed away in 2019.”

Dr. Sanford Zensen (’68) shares the release of his new book, On the Wall with Sword and Trowel: The Challenges and Conflicts of Ministry (Wipf and Stock Publishers, Dec 2019).

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