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Sunday@CMU: May 2019

Theme: Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients 2018

CMU's Distinguished Alumni Awards celebrate alumni who embody CMU's values and mission of service, leadership, and reconciliation in church and society. The awards are presented to alumni from CMU and its founding colleges. This month on Sunday@CMU, we are rebroadcasting the speeches given by this year's award recipients.

May 5, 2019

Part I: Leonard Ratzlaff

Dr. Leonard Ratzlaff graduated from Mennonite Brethren Bible College in 1970. He is a renowned singer, choral conductor, and educator who has been on the faculty of the Department of Music at the University of Alberta since 1981. (Watch a video of Leonard's speech here.)

May 12, 2019

Part II: Brian Dyck

Brian Dyck graduated from Canadian Mennonite Bible College in 1983. He is the Migration and Resettlement Coordinator at Mennonite Central Committee Canada. (Watch a video of Brians's speech here.)

May 19, 2019

Part III: Christine Ens

Christine Ens graduated from Canadian Mennonite Bible College in 1996. Since then, she has established her career in the non-profit sector, building new programs, developing relationships, and growing revenues. She currently works as the executive director of Mediation Services in Winnipeg. (Watch a video of Christine's speech here.)

May 26, 2019

Part IV: Heather Unger

Heather Unger graduated from Concord College in 2002. She is a lawyer, and currently serves as legal counsel to the Manitoba Human Rights Commission in Winnipeg. (Watch a video of Heather's speech here.)

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