Torch, Fall 1988

During the 92nd Annual Commencement on June 4, 1988, Cedarville College graduated 369 students and conferred the doctor of letters degree on Rev. Vernon D. Miller, executive editor of Regular Baptist Press and editor of The Baptist Bulletin. Anglea and St. Clair assume new positions • Construction will begin soon on a new men's residence hall located north of Willetts Hall. Built to house 200 students, the dormitory will be ready for the 1989-90 school year. John C. Anglea Kenneth ff., St. Clair John C. Anglea, forme·r Budget Director at Cedarville, • • Funding was completed recently for the retrofit of the Business Administration Building. As with all of Cedarville's capital projects, the $900,000 was received without the aid of government monies. The college thanks its many friends whose generosity made this fine facility possible. During the summer of 1988, almost 100 members of the Cedarville College familytook part in Christian ministries around the world. They went to Australia, Ireland, England, West Germany, the Philippines, Quebec, Brazil, Colombia, Spain, Central Africa Republic , Gambia, South Africa, China, Dominican Republic, and France. Others ministered in Alaska, New Mexico, New England, the Mid– Atlantic and the Mid-Western states. has returned to become Vice President for Business. Kenneth H. St. Clair, who formerly served in that capacity, now directs the new Christian Ministries Management Institute and teaches in the Department of Business Administration. Anglea was Vice President for Finance for two years at The Master's College in Newhall, California. He also served as con– troller for a food distributor and for a wire and cable company in Vermont and was an accountant for Ernst and Whinney in New York. He earned the B.S. in Accounting at Husson College, Bangor, Maine, the MBA at the.University of Dayton, and CPA certification in Ohio. St. Clair served Cedarville College .as chairman of the Department of Business Administration for four years and as chief financial officer fo; 25 yea~s. He holds the B.S. and M.S. degrees in accounting from the University of Illinois and has taken graduate work at Southwestern Theological Seminary and the University of Nebraska as well as special studies at Stanford University. His specialization is church and college business administration. Dr. William Brock, Beloved Friend, with Christ Dr. William A. Brock, beloved friend 'Of Cedarv.ille College and Chairman of the Board of Trustees, went to be with the Lord early Sunday morning, August 21. Dr. Brock had been on Cedarville' s board for 31 years. He was the State Rep– resentative of the Ohio Association of Regular Baptist Churches. Brock was also serving on the Council of 18 for the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches, the boards of Baptist Builders Club and Baptist Mid-Missions, and was editor of The Ohio Independent Baptist. He pastored two churches in Columbus: Immanuel Baptist Church for 10 years and Maranatha Baptist in Columbus for 16 years. In 1974 Cedarville College awarded him·the Doctor of Divinity degree. "[Dr. William Brock] was an insightful man who had that rare combination of business skills, pastoral abilities, and spiritual discernment, combined with great vision and a willingness to step out on faith and to take the risks that were needed in order for the College to be what God wanted it to be and to go where God wanted it to go." Dr. Paul Dixon Dr. Brock is survived by his wife, Merle, a daughter Janice of Columbus, sons Gary, Kevin, and Tim of Columbus, sons Lynn and Jeff of Cedarville, and six grandchildren. This man of God was truly a servant-leader. He had a heart for churches, pastors, the GARBC, missions , Christian education, and his family. That for which many remember him is his sincere entreaty: "Let me know how I can help. If you need anything, let me know. " 14