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Written by Lutheran Spokesman | June, 2012
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Nominations for President of Immanuel Lutheran College

The Board of Regents announces the following nominations for the office of President of Immanuel Lutheran College: Pastor Wayne Eichstadt; Professor Joseph Lau; Professor John Pfeiffer; Professor Jeffrey Schierenbeck; Professor Steven Sippert; Professor Paul Sullivan. The term of the call for President of Immanuel Lutheran College is for two years, extending to the end of Academic Year 2014.

The call committee for educational institutions of the CLC will meet on the evening of June 18, 2012 in Eau Claire, Wis. Members of CLC congregations are invited to comment on the nominees. Comments on the nominees should be submitted in writing and must be mailed or e-mailed no later than midnight June 11, 2012, to:

Mr. Craig Ryan

499 Country Lane

Fulda, MN 56131

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