Meet Ken Becker! Son, father, brother, former savings and loan executive, World War II B-17 navigator, proud University of Wisconsin alumnus, person of faith, philanthropist, all describe long-time Wartburg Theological Seminary supporter Ken Becker.
Did you know tuition and scholarships cover less than half the cost to educate WTS students?
Knutson’s lifelong commitment to God’s church motivated her to establish the Selmer M. & Hazel J. Knutson and Barbara J. Knutson Endowed Scholarship. Her generosity pours from a place of gratitude—not only for her time as a student of Wartburg Theological Seminary—but also with gratitude for the long-standing Loehe tradition that continues to shape Wartburg to this day..
Carl and Valerie Rausch have deep connections to Wartburg Seminary. Carl’s grandfather, Emil Rausch, was a graduate and served as Wartburg Seminary’s 5th President. Carl also served on the Wartburg Board of Directors for twelve years and the Foundation Board of Trustees for seven years.
Harold and Grace Kurtz call themselves “accidental philanthropists.” Wartburg Seminary now has four endowed scholarships in honor of four generations of pastors in the Kurtz family.