Muhlenberg Society

NAES invites you to become a member of the Muhlenberg Society through a planned gift. The Muhlenberg Society honors supporters who have taken the special step of including NAES in their long-term plans through a bequest, beneficiary designation, life-income gift, or other deferred giving arrangement. These enduring gifts help ensure that NAES continues its ministry of service to those who serve Episcopal schools.

William Augustus Muhlenberg

William Augustus Muhlenberg (1796-1877) is considered the father of Episcopal education and his influence continued far beyond his own lifetime. A planned gift to NAES, the only organization of its kind that is Episcopal in character and national in scope, will also have a lasting impact and is truly an expression of your desire that the programs, institutions, and values most important to you will help to influence and guide future generations.

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William Augustus Muhlenberg

Current Members of the Society

George E. Andrews II

The Rev. Lisa Barrowclough D.Min.

Barry Bedrick

Susan Bedrick

David H. Charlton Ed.D.

The Rev. Peter G. Cheney

The Rev. Canon Thomas G. Clarke

The Very Rev. Charles E. Connelly

Canon Merrily Dunlap

Robert Dunlap

The Rev. Dr. James E. Hamner

The Rev. Canon Susan C. Harriss

The Rev. Daniel R. Heischman D.D.

Carol G. Hjortsberg*

Elizabeth B. Hogen

Judith W. Lineback Esq.

Karan A. Merry

Ned R. Murray D.Min.

Lucy C. Nazro D.H.L.*

Donald Oleson

Doreen S. Oleson Ed.D.

The Rev. Walter L. Prehn III, Ph.D.

The Rev. Kenneth C. Ruge D.Min.

Marianne V. Ryan D.Min.

The Rev. Edmund K. Sherrill II

The Rev. Michael E. Spencer

Laura C. Walker