Alumni News


The Call of the Pink Lollipop - Tristian Tyler ‘09

Weaving Paths to an Unexpected Place - Nate ‘92 and Jodi '93 (Brandon) Ohman

Spring Concert Featuring John Rutter’s Requiem

Trinity Make a Difference Challenge

Track and Field Off to an Impressive Start

Are you missing out?


A Welcome from Ron Dion

Ron DionGreetings, Trinity/LBI friends,

It is wonderful working at Trinity Lutheran College, watching students study and live their Christian faith here. I also love when alumni and friends visit us.

Ron

Ron Dion has served Trinity/LBI as the Facilities Assistant since 1985. Although suffering a debilitating accident in 1988, Dion continues his faithful work and has an “eagle eye” for alumni who drop by, greeting them with his big heart.


Spring Concert Featuring John Rutter’s Requiem

May 4, 2014, 4 p.m.
Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 215 W. Mukilteo Blvd., Everett, WA

Please join us for a stirring performance of choral music featuring Trinity’s Concert Choir and Chamber Ensemble under the direction of Michael A. Miller, Jr. and Dr. Stephen Marshall-Ward.


Trinity Make a Difference Challenge

President John Reed gave $20 bills to 50 members of the Trinity Lutheran College community at the end of Chapel on Tuesday, March 18th 2014 with the following instructions: The money that you hold in your hand is a gift. But it’s a gift meant to be used for others. This is not meant to be a gimmick, but a concrete way for our community to think about our whole lives as a gift and reflect on the ways in which we are called to share with those in need. How you do that, is up to you.

Community members were invited to share their experience of giving on a webpage. Examples included relief aid to the victims of the Oso mudslide, sharing conversation and money with homeless individuals, and giving to a grieving widow with financial needs.


Track and Field Off to an Impressive Start

In its inaugural season, the Trinity Men’s and Women’s Track and Field teams are taking big steps. Five athletes have qualified so far for the National NCCAA competition: Janell Alyea in Hammer and Discus; Tasia Clark in High Jump; Emmanuel Contreras in 1500m and 3,000m Steeplechase; Hunter Hammer in Shot Put, Discus and Hammer; and McKenna Woodworth in 400m Hurdles.

Alyea was recently honored as the NCCAA Women’s Athlete of the Week and is ranked #1 nationally in Discus and #4 in Hammer.

Hammer is ranked #1 in Men’s Shot Put, #4 in Discus and #6 in Hammer. Clark, Contreras and Woodworth are all ranked in the top 25.

Congratulations on your tremendous accomplishments with the second half of the season yet to come!

To learn more about our Track and Field team, click here.


Are you missing out?

There’s fun to be had on the Alumni Facebook page. Many alumni have rekindled old friendships through interaction on the site. See old yearbook photos, pray for others and keep up with current Trinity news and events. Simply go to www.facebook.com/trinitylbi and “like” us to move us to our goal of 700 followers.