Where in the World is Asbury University?
The Alumni Office is often asked where in the world do AU alumni live? The answer is "everywhere"! And if you count our travels then we're more than everywhere.
What follows are photographs sent to us by alumni. We'd love to have your photos to post here as well.
If you have one you would like to share with us, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org along with a brief description of where the photo is taken (even if it's obvious) and who the Asburians are in the photo.
Asburians in Uganda - 2013
Front Row, L to R: Kelly Rambo ’02 Hallahan, Scott Rambo ’06, Meg Wronski ’06 Rambo
Middle Row, L to R: Lisa Fish ’90, Lisa Jordan ’88 Mayo, Beth Miller ’79 Muehleisen, John Muehleisen ’79
Back Row, L to R: Matt Burke ’97, Joy Morse ’95 Burke, Jon Mayo ’87, Joanna Neff ’02 Coppedge
and Billy Coppedge ’02
Jonathan Raymond ‘70 was one of 85 British Columbians to receive the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee medal on Jan. 31, 2013. Recipients of the medal have made a significant contribution to a province, territory, region or community within Canada, or an achievement abroad that brings credit to Canada. Jonathan has been serving as President of Trinity Western University since 2006.
Eleanor Porter '62 Pershing and Jerry Jo Voris '65 Burkman served at Africa University in October/November 2011. They also met with Dr. John Wesley '65 Kurewa, first vice chancellor of Africa University. Eleanor and Jerry Jo were part of the first delegation to Africa University,Zimbabwe, from the new Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church. There were 14 Hoosiers in the delegation.
Just another day at work for D. T. Slouffman '97 shown here (center) at the Detroit Tigers Stadium with his crew. D.T. was producing daily reports for TBS's Inside Major League Baseball as well as web content for SI.com during the American League Championship Series between the Tigers and the Texas Rangers in October 2011.
A great group of Alumni and Friends of Asbury University gathered in Colorado Springs on October 1, 2011.
Russell Williams '66 former Alumni Director and Advancement Officer welcomed Dr. Gray to his new hometown of Colorado Springs, CO.
Alumni from the 1970's and 1980's gathered at the memorial service for Lt. Colonel C.A. Olsen who passed away in Maryland on July 11, 2011. Colonel taught French at Asbury University, was class advisor to the Pioneer Class of 1976 and mentor to many.
Asbury alumni Julie Hollifield '93 Carpenter, Jennifer Watson '01, and Margaret Ann Watson '66 Lewis, with Davis Otieno in Nairobi, Kenya. Jennifer and Julie just completed a short-term trip to Village Project Africa in Makutano, Kenya, an organization of which Davis is the Director and Margaret is the President.
Stephen Partridge '78 on a short term mission to Jamaica.
Joey Nunez '10, Darcey Bever '10 and Bethany Ury '10 met up for a night in Bangkok, Thailand to catch up with each other.
Chip '05 and Mallary Nisbett '05 Wiley currently live in China, but took a vacation to the
island of Lombok, Indonesia.
Ziplining through the "Flight of the Gibbon" which was featured on an episode of the Amazing Race.
L to R: Lauren Hazlett '12, Will Sallee '10, Harry Creech '09, Paul Rader '08, Hayes Creech '12
and Kristen Barennes '10 Creech.
Asbury grads working in Korea meet up in Thailand over Christmas Break 2010. L to R: Brian Bennett '08,
Lindsay Parker '07 Bennett, Harry Creech '09, Kristen Barennes '10 Creech, Hannah Helfen '08 Rader
and Will Sallee '10.
Brian '08 and Lindsay Parker '07 Bennett wait patiently as their friend sits down to take a rest.
Hiking is fun but tiring in Thailand.
You don't have to leave Georgia to meet up with fellow Asbury alumni. Jama Bell '66 Martin, Carol Sue Ray '67, Amanda Russell '63 Hutcherson, Bobby Ray Martin '59 and Ken Hutcherson '63 enjoy a meal together.
Summer 2010 - Steve '76 and Deni Moegerle '75 Corbett in Moscow's Red Square.
Front: Becky Russell '00, Sarah Peck '03, Jessie Baker '10, Meredith Knowlton '12, Andrea McQueen '12
Back: Ethan Englehart '13, Bryan Dewaal '11, Job Canfield '11, Matt Deroo '00
Summer 2010 - Several Asbury University Alumni were involved in the Camp China/Engage summer program through ELIC (English Language Institute/China). Matt Deroo '00 is the Camp China director living in Beijing. Sarah Peck and Becky Russell '00 went as team leaders. AU alumni served on different teams in Hong Kong, China, and Vietnam to teach English and build meaningful relationships with students. This picture is during their week of training on Cheung Chau Island, Hong Kong.
Tim Peverill '85 and Anne Sabitino '03 Hardy met in the small country of Oman
at the school where Tim teaches. Anne's husband was in language school.
It seems alumni are always traveling on mission trips. These counseling alumni from Wilmore found themselve in India to speak at conferences and in churches. Pictured are Carol Amstutz '70 Seamands, Steve Seamands '70, Carol Lehikoinen '82 Stratton, Steve Stratton '82, Martin '82 & Sharon Mallory. Anyone want to figure what their extra baggage charges were?
Asbury Alums in Guatemala
A group of Asbury Alums recently visited Steve '92 & Pam Knight '92 English at their home
in Guatemala. Front: Kiki Blankenship '08, Amy Neild '01 Kinnell, Pam Knight '92 English.
Back: Matt Kinnell '01, Debbie Neff '80 Johnson, Shelley Neff '78 Spann, Steve English '92.
Stacy Crump '96 Reincheld with Samburu tribal women, Kenya.
Paul Niswander '01 and a friend in Sri Lanka.
Sometimes, our Asbury clothing winds up in some unusual places. This Maasi dancer with Asbury Track Shirt is not a staged photo.
A student trip to Zambia started a baseball team.