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Donor Stories

Wartburg Announces “Koplitz Auditorium”

On behalf of Wartburg Theological Seminary, President Kristin Largen is pleased to announce the naming of the new auditorium in the soon to be remodeled Fritschel Hall. The Rev. Ron and Mrs. Mary Ellen Koplitz of Tempe, AZ generously stepped up to become lead donors to the $28 million Lead Boldly campaign which includes the…

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Ann Fritschel

After 25 years of teaching as a professor at Wartburg Theological Seminary, the Rev. Dr. Ann L. Fritschel plans to retire this month. Please join us in expressing gratitude to God and to Dr. Fritschel for her gifts which have blessed and shaped so many church leaders. Why do I support Wartburg Theological Seminary? As a…

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$1 Million Gift Supports Scholarships and “Library of the 21st Century”

Joyce Louise Redman, longtime Waterloo, Iowa school teacher, has left a lasting impact on the mission of Wartburg Seminary through her estate. The more than $1 million dollar gift will provide an endowed scholarship for future students, support programs vital to our mission, and will help Wartburg move forward with plans for the “Library of…

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Didrik & Dorothy Bohm Scholarship

New Estate Gift To Provide Over $20,000 in Annual Student Support Wartburg Seminary is humbled and excited to announce the formation of the Didrik & Dorothy Bohm Scholarship, which will provide over $20,000 annually in direct support to seminary students. This fund is made possible by the Bohm estate, which is providing a gift of…

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Winston Persaud’s Impact Story

  Why do I support Wartburg Theological Seminary?  In thinking about this question, I easily reflected upon my upbringing in Guyana (formerly British Guiana) and the formative influence of my immediate and extended family, the church, Lutheran missionaries, neighbors, and even strangers. Many images come to mind of the generosity of my parents extending hospitality…

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