Lance Johnson

Lance Johnson

It has been an honor to serve as the Alumni Association president for the last five years. What was supposed to be a two-year term turned into an extended stay to help with the transition of several TU presidents.

Many people deserve my thanks for supporting the Alumni Association, including the late President Maravene Loeschke, Interim President Timothy Chandler, President Kim Schatzel and all past and current board members. I especially want to thank Lori Armstrong, associate vice president of alumni relations, for her leadership.

“It has been an honor to serve as the Alumni Association president for the last five years.”

I extend best wishes to the new Alumni Association president, Anthony Hamlett ’76.

He will head a board that has evolved into an organization that will improve its efforts to advance and engage alumni, while supporting TU’s mission. In my last letter, I discussed how your input was an integral part of shaping these developments. Now, in my final letter to TU’s alumni, I am happy to announce the process has been launched and you will see evidence of these changes in the coming months.

As a member of the Alumni Association board of directors and a proud graduate of the Class of ’93, I was honored to represent our alumni who graduated from this remarkable institution. As a member of the men’s soccer team, I represented the university academically, athletically, and in the community. Each alumnus has a story to tell about their success as a result of their TU education. My own story would not have been possible without the education, experiences and connections I made at TU.

All the best,

-Lance Johnson ’93
president, TU alumni association