Dr. Steven L. Leary
Mr. Robert C. Sullivan
Mr. Ken Murray
Mr. Glen C. Tepe
Mr. Daniel M. BursonWesley Chapel, FloridaRetired Manager
Mr. Evan C. DavisWyoming, OhioRetired Attorney andExecutive
Mr. George R. FarberWaterloo, IowaFull-time Worker,Pastoral and Teaching Ministry
Mr. David S. HarperImler, PennsylvaniaFulltime Worker and Elder
Mr. James W. IversonDavenport, IowaRetired, Pastoral and Teaching Ministry
Mr. Mark A. KellerWebster Groves, MissouriCEO, Confluence Investment Management
Dr. Steven L. Leary*High Ridge, MissouriAssistant Vice Chancellor,Washington University
Dr. Stephen B. LeverentzEdina, MinnesotaOphthalmologist
Mr. William D. LongstreetMatthews, North CarolinaAccount Manager,McNaughton-McKay Electric Co.
Dr. William J. Moore*Ames, IowaInterim President,Emmaus Bible College
Mr. Kenneth W. Murray*Wheaton, IllinoisRetired Executive
Mr. Richard L. NohrSugarland, TexasRetired Executive
Mr. Matthew J. PhelanLewisburg, TennesseeExecutive Director,Horton Haven Christian Camp
Mr. Robert C. Sullivan* Yonkers, New York Executive Director, Morgan Stanley
Mr. Ian S. Taylor* Kenosha, Wisconsin Commended Worker, President, Good Tidings Publishing
Mr. Glen C. Tepe West Chicago, Illinois Account Manager, NET APP
* Executive Committee Members
Mr. Lewis ClarksonJohnston, Iowa
Mr. Joseph M. CummingShelby Township, Michigan
Mr. Edward W. GoodwinTaylors, South Carolina
Mr. James M. GrayLa Mesa, California
Mr. Brad C. HanesWaterloo, Iowa
Dr. Daniel T. HaydenSilverdale, Washington
Mr. Walter ModrzejewskiChicago, Illinois
Mr. John A. MontgomeryLombard, Illinois
Mr. John E. Phelan, Sr.Nashville, Tennessee
Dr. John T. Pollard, Jr.Bedford, Massachusetts
Mr. John W. RileyDubuque, IA
Mr. Gerhard L. SchultzBarrington, Illinois
Dr. Daniel H. SmithDubuque, Iowa
Mr. James A. StahrWheaton, Illinois
Mr. Jack O. WeatherfordMurfreesboro, Tennessee
Mr. Stephen C. WilsonParnell, Iowa
Brandt, Lloyd L. age 92 of North Oaks, peacefully went to be with his Lord on Saturday, September 8, 2012. Preceded in death by his wife of 61 years, Lois; and brothers, Valmah and Robert. Survived by children, Lynn (Grover) Sayre and Mark (Denise) Brandt; grandchildren, Jordan (Jennifer), Dustin (Sheena), Taylor, Aaron, Lauren, and Jade; great-grandchildren, Tristan and Dafne; sisters, Alice Gould, and Helene (Grant) Zedicher; also survived by other family and friends.
Lloyd graduated high school in 1938 and went on to Iowa State University in Ames, IA. Lloyd took a break during college to serve a tour in Guam as a Sgt. in the US Army. After his discharge, Lloyd returned to Iowa State to finish his degree. He had a love of flying, eventually earning his pilots license and purchased a couple of small planes to facilitate his managing farms for John S. Pillsbury. Lloyd came to Mpls. in the 1950s to take a job with the Mpls. Chamber of Commerce. Lloyd played a pivotal role in convincing the US Government to create Voyagers National Park. While with the Chamber Lloyd spend many years as a lobbyist at the state capitol. Lloyd made his final career change in the mid 1970s taking on the role of Vice President of the Public Affairs Division of First Bank System. He retired as the President of The First Bank System Foundation in 1985.
Lloyd kept busy after retirement running his own consulting business as well as serving on numerous boards including Citizens Scholarship Foundation, Lake States Interpretive Association, The Arboretum, The Minnesota Zoo, Northwestern College, Emmaus Bible College and chair of the Minnesota Children's Home Society. Lloyd loved working with people and cherished the many friendships he developed over the years.
It was with mixed emotions and thoughts I heard of Lloyd Brandt's death on September 8. It was a privilege to have worked with this intelligent, creative, compassionate, passionate, insightful man of God.
Lloyd served with distinction on the Emmaus Board of Trustees from 1984 to 2009 and as Vice Chairman for 18 years. Also, from 1989 to 1990 he traveled from the Twin Cities and served as Vice President for Administration.
As a man of vision he strongly supported the expanding academic programs. As an expert in foundations he provided encouragement and training for other trustees and administration personnel in development of this funding source for the College.
In his role as Vice Chairman, he was very involved and committed. I came to sincerely value his exhortations, ideas, support, and encouragement. He continued well in this role even as his health began to deteriorate. His wife Lois was faithful and supportive in driving them to Dubuque for meetings.
We have as a Board already noted the loss to us of his contributions since his resignation in December of 2008. We know his family will miss him greatly as well. We share with them the joy we have of knowing this wonderful man who loved and served his Lord well and look forward to our reunion in God's timing.
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