Hannibal – Hannibal-LaGrange College (HLG) held a room dedication ceremony Homecoming weekend, Nov. 7, following the alumni brunch. Albert “Ted” Manzke and Kenneth Moore both had rooms in the Burt Administration Building named in their honor.
Over his quarter-century as a member of the faculty at Hannibal-LaGrange College, Albert F. “Ted” Manzke touched the lives of countless thousands of students. He was a native of Oakwood, who came to HLG in 1974, teaching psychology and sociology classes. Manzke was known for his passion for and prayerful dedication to his students. He died earlier this year. His widow, Marian, attended the ceremony.
Kenneth Moore graced the HLG campus for 35 years. Moore, 91, has served as a pastor numerous times, but his work on HLG’s campus and with the college’s students is second to none. Moore taught numerous classes at HLG, including Old and New Testament as well as Greek, concluding his full-time teaching career in 1983.