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Bob Olson '65 shares the a tragedy as a child to his life-long ministry with Hospitality House and prison ministries.

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I wanted to serve in some capacity to shift the paradigm around how we think about health care; to stop being so reactive and to put more emphasis on how we can be proactive, says Christa Rymal '92, when explaining why she launched The Point Retreats.

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Alton Olson '53 unlikely path of becoming a missionary doctor in India. 

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Deb Kellogg's journey of German being a struggle in High School, to teaching German for 25 years, then becoming a tenured professor and leading the German program at Normandale college for 22 years. 

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Have you ever wondered what job Ms. Ringling wouldn't be good at? Or what advice she would give her younger self? Check out this Q&A to learn more about kindergarten teacher Nancy Ringling, who has loved students at Minnehaha Academy for more than 30 years!

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Caroline Cochran '84 started out in economics because it was the practical choice. An unexpected revelation led to nearly two decades in organizational psychology and ultimately a career as a leadership coach.

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Dave Anderson '64 shares his life career of working with Boeing, where he served all over the world, as well as his non-profit work since retirement.

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