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January 17, 1943 – September 24, 2018
“The joy of the Lord is your strength.” (Neh. 8:10)
Dora Kliewer Pauls’ life was a illustration of this verse. Read More…
Congratulations to Dr. Leonard Ratzlaff, MEI Class of 1966 (Jr. Matriculation) and 1967 (Senior Matriculation) for being recognized as one of Canadian Mennonite University‘s Distinguished Alumni for 2018.
Join us on Friday, June 15 (4:00 p.m.) for the annual Grad Parade at MEI Secondary. Grad parade vehicles are to meet in the lower parking lot by the tennis courts. Spectators may assemble in front of the Secondary School. Be here to see all the beautiful gowns, fancy cars (and other creative vehicles), and the very best smiles from this year’s graduating class. Read More…
MEI Class of 2012 alumnus Anshuman Sood has been in med school in Ireland at RCSI (Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland) along with his sister Aashna (Class of 2013; Read More…
Former MEI teacher/coach, Eva Braun (wife to MEI high school basketball coach Jake Braun), passed away on February 24th; She was 87. Coach Jake Braun passed away in 2011.
The memorial is on Saturday, March 24th (1:00 pm) at South Abbotsford Church on Huntingdon Rd in Abbotsford. Read More…
MEI Schools Class of 1987 alum Ken Baerg shares his part in the beginnings of Run for Water, which (over the past 10 years) has transformed over 40 communities throughout Ethiopia, and has raised over $2.5 million dollars, providing 100,000 people with clean water for life.
Jim Falk (Class of 1963) passed away on Friday, January 26, 2018 with immediate and extended family surrounding him. The family shares that it was a sacred time of prayer and reciting Psalm 23.
Jim was a beloved member of MEI’s 1963 basketball team that went undefeated, won a first-ever B.C. title for MEI, and captured the imagination of our community. He was widely regarded as the most entertaining and skillful backcourt player in the province, at that time. In 2013, Jim was interviewed for a 50th anniversary front page feature in the Abbotsford News entitled When We Were Invincible.
A Memorial Service Read More…