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Become an Alumni Agent



As an Alumni of LeTourneau, we hope that YOUR University holds a very special place in your heart.  We are often reminded that for many, their time at LeTourneau was tough.  The education was challenging and difficult, but they always come back to this, “I am where I am today because of my time there,” and they are grateful! The struggle was worth it! 

We want to invite you and all LeTourneau Alumni to a new level of commitment to YOUR University.  We invite you to be an Alumni Agent. 

The dictionary defines an agent as a person who acts on behalf of another person or group.  As an Alumni Agent, we are inviting you to join us by acting on behalf of LeTourneau in three ways: 

  1. Promote LeTourneau University! As you can and when you have opportunity, share about LeTourneau. Do you know a high school student on your block or in your church? Or a professional looking to complete a degree?  How about a local high school or homeschool co-op?  Is there a business in your area looking for highly educated and qualified graduates?  Maybe a college fair?  Promoting LeTourneau means making YOUR University known to those within your reach.  We can/will send materials directly to you to distribute to those you want introduced to LeTourneau University.

  2. Pray for LeTourneau University. The University covets your prayers. If you provide an email address on the reply device, the University’s development office will send you prayer requests every two weeks allowing you to pray in specific ways for LeTourneau University.

  3. Provide at least one gift a year supporting LeTourneau University. This is not about a specific gift amount.  This is about supporting YOUR University at a gift level that makes sense to you.    

 You are probably already doing a portion of these three things.  We now ask you to consider doing all three. Please join us as together we support our current students and future alumni.

From your LeTourneau Alumni Council,

Roger Kieffer ’76, Chair
Dan DiFrancesco '82, Vice Chair
Carol Andrews '80, Secretary
Amy Davis '06
Steve Dudden '90

Curt Fitchett '97
Alex Kuvshinikov '88
Herbert Severin ’09 - GAPS
Joshua Shaver '16

Scott Shaver '81
Duane Spaeth '60
Joshua Swain '13
Elaine Tippett '10 - GAPS
Morgan Weaver '19


Gail Ritchey ’01, Assistant to the Director of Alumni
Terry Zeitlow, Ph.D., ’87, Vice President for Development