New director named for Lifelong Learning program at Tabor College

KliewerMiriam (Klassen) Klie?wer has been named the new coordinator for its Life?long Learning program. She succeeds Connie Isaac, who retired in May after serving in the position for 20 years.

?Miriam is filling some big shoes,? said Jules Glanzer, president of Tabor College. ?I am confident she will bring creativity and energy in offering excellent educational programs for the seniors in our community.?

Kliewer graduated from Tabor College in 1990 with a degree in business/communications and went on to earn a degree in elementary education.

While at Tabor, she met her husband, Wayne Kliewer, and the two were married in 1989. For several years they resided in Hills?boro, where Miriam served in several positions, including as interim Tabor book?store manager.

In the past eight years, Kliewer ran a private massage business, homeschooled her children and was women?s ministry leader at their church in Colorado.

?I am so excited to use my God-given gifts and talents to serve the mature adults of this community, as well as to serve Tabor College, a place that means so much to me and my family,? Kliewer said.

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