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With gratitude and anticipation

June 30, 2014, 3:38 pm
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I would like to express my thanks to Kenton Lee for five years of incredible service to NNU. Kenton returned to us in the fall of 2008 to serve in Student Development as the assistant director of Campus Life. He tirelessly worked with our students to enrich their collegiate experience by enhancing our strong community. Kenton is leaving to be a full-time pastor with the Table Church and to continue developing his non-profit venture, Because International.

It is with anticipation that Grant Miller will be moving from being a web content specialist on our marketing team to Student Development as the director of community life effective August 1. Grant graduated from NNU with bachelor degrees in three majors and most recently earned a master of arts in spiritual formation in May 2013. While an undergraduate student, Grant was very involved in student government, was an athlete and was involved in many areas of campus life. We are excited to have Grant join us in Student Development.

Carey Cook, Vice President for Student Development


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