United by the "C"
It's a Cobber tradition that gets better each year. Many alumni returned to campus for breakfasts, banquets, football and renewed friendships. Check out this video recap of Homecoming 2011.
Let these photos tell the story: Concordia's Homecoming celebration is second-to-none.
Alumni Achievement Awards
Estelle (Johnson) Spottiswoode '46, London, has dedicated her life to music and the arts.
Maj. Gen. Michael Ennis '71, Oakton, Va., served as a translator on the Washington-Moscow "hotline" for President Reagan and as a liaison to the Soviet Forces in Potsdam, East Germany, in addition to other roles.
Dr. James O. Westgard ‘63, Madison, Wis., is co-founder and principal in Westgard QC Inc., a small business providing tools, technology and training for laboratory quality management.
Clint Hill '54, Alexandria, Va., was the Secret Service agent assigned to protect first lady Jacqueline Kennedy. He was on assignment when President Kennedy was shot in Dallas in 1963.