Clark Stoltzfus, 1996


Clark was raised in a family that enjoys experiencing other cultures in their travels.

"LMH reinforced these values through their emphasis on global missions and through appreciating different cultures around the world," he says, "and through the diversity of the student body."

Clark also appreciates the education he received at LMH that prepared him to succeed at an academically rigorous college like Franklin and Marshall.

"I especially felt well prepared in math and science," he says. "F&M placed a strong emphasis on critical thinking and independent thought. I can remember several teachers who encouraged this in their classes at LMH."

"I feel the most important thing I took away from LMH was the friendships. ... I continue to keep in close contact with many of my classmates, whether through business, church or social circles. The network of Lancaster business professionals includes a large group of LMH alumni who are active community leaders. This network of leaders has been a valuable resource in my life and my career since the day I graduated."