Briercrest honours Jeff and Kendra Neustaedter

Posted: May 21, 2019
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Jeff and Kendra Neustaedter, along with President Michael Pawelke and Marilyn Muller, at graduation.
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We are happy to award Jeff and Kendra Neustaedter this year’s Alumni of the Year award! 

The Neustaedters work in real estate development in Calgary, and are actively involved in their community. Jeff is a 1989 graduate of Briercrest Christian Academy (formerly CHS) and a college alumnus from 1996. Kendra studied at Briercrest from 1992-1994, where the two met. They got married in 1996. 

Jeff says, “As Christians, Kendra and I strive and desire to help people in all aspects of their lives. We feel an integral part of a Christian’s development is Biblical training and Christian community, especially during the very formative post high school years.” 

The Neustaedters continue to encourage Briercrest with prayers and support. They are passionate about Christian education and the work of Briercrest, remembering their time spent in Caronport often. They are grateful for the many close friends they made here, which are still friends and business partners today.

Listen to podcast of Jeff's remarks (above)

We are happy to award Jeff and Kendra Neustaedter this year’s Alumni of the Year award! 

The Neustaedters work in real estate development in Calgary, and are actively involved in their community. Jeff is a 1989 graduate of Briercrest Christian Academy (formerly CHS) and a college alumnus from 1996. Kendra studied at Briercrest from 1992-1994, where the two met. They got married in 1996. 

Jeff says, “As Christians, Kendra and I strive and desire to help people in all aspects of their lives. We feel an integral part of a Christian’s development is Biblical training and Christian community, especially during the very formative post high school years.” 

The Neustaedters continue to encourage Briercrest with prayers and support. They are passionate about Christian education and the work of Briercrest, remembering their time spent in Caronport often. They are grateful for the many close friends they made here, which are still friends and business partners today.

Listen to podcast of Jeff's remarks (above)

 

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I met a lot of professors who truly cared about their students. They taught us with great dignity and respect. I appreciate all of the faculty members that I took classes with. I will continue to keep in touch with some of the ones I connected with.
From the National Survey of Student Engagement 2015 (College)