Jan (Koeltzow) Kueck - SPC '65 - went to her eternal home on December 5, 2016
Tyrus Frerking - SPCH '47 - went to his eternal home on November 30, 2016
Delbert Rinne - SPCH '39 - went to his eternal home on October 14, 2016
Ronald Flandermeyer - SPCH '56 - went to his eternal home on July 21, 2016
Ronald Mahnke - SPC '62 - went to his eternal home on July 18, 2016
Harry Hoth - SPCH '43 - went to his eternal home on July 12, 2016
Virtus Bodenstab - SPCH '56 - went to his eternal home on June 21, 2016
Stephanie Cameron - SPCH '73 - went to her eternal home on June 15, 2016
Kenneth Kaden - SPCH '47, SPC '49 - went to his eternal home on April 30, 2016
Harold Meier - SPCH '53 - went to his eternal home on April 1, 2016
Ronald Erbe - SPCH '52, SPC '55 - went to his eternal home on March 13, 2016
James Elmshauser - SPC '66 - went to his eternal home on March 10, 2016
Milton Ernstmeyer - SPC '38 - went to his eternal home on February 6, 2016
Carolyn Weiss - SPC '66 - went to her eternal home on January 27, 2016
Carl Reiter - SPCH '49, SPC '51 - went to his eternal home on January 12, 2016
2017 Young Architects Award Recipient
Kara (Fiene) Bouillette of Kansas City, MO (SPLHS ’96) has been honored by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) with their 2017 Young Architects Award. The award is given to individuals who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to the architecture profession early in their careers.
While an associate at Kansas City’s BNIM, she was the project architect for the firm’s expansion of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., and the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University, both of which were designed collaboratively with Steven Holl Architects. She is now a director at Hufft Projects, also in Kansas City, where her leadership skills and large-project experience are of immeasurable value to the growing firm.
A vibrant and well-rounded architect, Bouillette’s foremost goal is to help others. Her dedication and passion have had a lasting impact on both the built environment and the countless young minds she’s connected with in the community.
You can view the entire article about Kara’s honor by the AIA here.
Former teacher, coach, and friend of Saint Paul, Steven Kent Fritzler, 67, of Cape Girardeau, died Thursday, February 16, 2016 at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. Mr. Fritzler was a science teacher, science club leader, basketball coach, and assistant football coach from 1972 - 1985. He established an endowment fund in his parents' name and continued to support Saint Paul and visited campus often. We give thanks for his service to Christian education here and for his eternal faith and life with Christ.
Visitation will be on Saturday, February 18th from 4pm - 8pm at Ford and Sons Mount Auburn Funeral Home in Cape Girardeau. Funeral service will be held on Sunday, February 19th at 3pm at Good Shepherd Lutheran Chapel in Cape Girardeau. Burial will be at Cape County Memorial Park Cemetery in Cape Girardeau.