Pastor George Meslow elected to Foundation Board of Trustees of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
Posted May 29, 2007
Pastor George Meslow of Hernando, Fla., was elected by the board of directors of the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago to join the Foundation Board of Trustees of LSTC effective immediately.
From 1990 - 2003, Pastor Meslow served as president and CEO of Martin Luther Home Society and Affiliates. In 2001, he led Martin Luther Homes into discussion with Bethphage regarding the possibility of a merger of those ministries. The two organizations eventually became MOSAIC, the largest U.S. Lutheran agency serving people with disabilities. After the merger, Meslow became CEO of MOSAIC Communities and the MOSAIC Foundation. He retired in 2004.
Pastor Meslow is a 1967 graduate of Augustana Seminary, one of LSTC's predecessor seminaries, and a 1969 graduate of Yale Divinity School (S.T.M.).
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