LSTC News Release
Harry C. Mueller elected treasurer of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
Posted May 29, 2007
At its spring meeting, the board of directors elected Mr. Harry C. Mueller to a one-year term as treasurer of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. His term begins on June 1, 2007. Mr. Mueller succeeds Mr. Richard Hoefs who served as treasurer for over 25 years.
Since 1999, Harry Mueller has served on the Foundation Board of Trustees of LSTC, the group that oversees the seminary's investments. He presently chairs the Investment Committee of that board. From 2003 - 2007 he served on the Steering Committee for LSTC's five-year comprehensive fundraising campaign.
Mueller is President, CEO and part owner of Delta Group Electronics, Inc., an electronics manufacturing services provider based in Albuquerque, N.M., with additional facilities in Florida, Texas, and California. He holds degrees in economics and business administration from Amherst College and the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration.
In addition to his service to LSTC, Mueller is an active board member of Lutheran Family and Children's Services Foundation, Banterra Bank (Eldorado, Ill.), Triad Bank, and is a trustee of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Board of Pensions.
Mueller is a member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Chesterfield, Mo.
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The Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago forms visionary leaders to bear witness to the good news of Jesus Christ. Its approximately 290 students come from all parts of the United States and from around the world to study in the masters level and advanced studies programs. Graduates become pastors, other church leaders, and university and seminary professors. LSTC is a seminary of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and a member of the Association of Chicago Theological Schools, allowing students to cross-register among the 12 member seminaries and drawing on a wealth of ecumenical resources. LSTC enjoys a number of cooperative arrangements with the University of Chicago.