Shoreline resident honored by Canadian University he helped found

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Kenneth L. Loge, left, with TWU President Bob Kuhn.
Photo courtesy TWU

Kenneth L. Loge moved to Shoreline in July of this year to be with his daughter Lois Jamieson and her family after making Everett his home for the last 30 years. 

He is 98, a WWII veteran, former school teacher, pastor, and nursing home administrator. His wife, Marian, passed away in 1989.

Ken was honored on October 26, 2013 by Trinity Western University, a Christian school in British Columbia he helped found in 1962. A wing of the Douglas Hall dorm will soon be refurbished and renamed the Kenneth L. Loge Dorm.

"Loge served on the School for Canada Committee, which was instrumental in launching Trinity Junior College back in 1962. In the early years, Loge worked tirelessly to promote the fledgling school."

Loge served two terms on the school's Board of Governors. He received the honor at the Legacy Reception on Oct 26 from President Bob Kuhn and Scott Campbell, VP Alumni and Executive Director of the Trinity Western University Alumni Association.



1 comments:

Skincare Blog November 25, 2013 at 7:20 PM  

Thank you to all that you have given and are giving. You make me proud and help me to realize I still can give at any age. Love to you - The Shirley family

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