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Due to weather, the West Lutheran General Board meeting has been postponed until Sunday, April 22, at 7:00PM.
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Aaron Kreuter attended West Lutheran High School from 2000-2004. He studied business and economics in college, and graduated from the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) in 2008. He continued at the U of M Law School and graduated in 2011. After passing the bar, he worked for four years in small firms, primarily representing and advising small business owners. In 2014, Aaron began working as an in-house attorney for Transportation Funding Group, a commercial finance company that his father started in 1995. He primarily manages the legal and credit-related sides of the business. Aaron lives in Robbinsdale with his wife Serena and they are members at King of Grace in Golden Valley. Aaron is currently working with the West Lutheran mock trial students as a coach and advisor.
"My experience at West convinced me of the importance of Christian education. West may not be large, it may not be glitzy, and it may not have scores of state championship banners hanging from the rafters, but ultimately, none of those things are important. Nothing is more important than -- or is an acceptable substitute for -- a curriculum with a strong Biblical foundation coupled with faithful teachers who care deeply about the educational and spiritual growth of their students. That was the sort of school West was when I attended as a student. Although many of the faces in the hallways have changed in the time since, that is the sort of school West still is. Another part of West that is still important to me is the number of friendships that I developed as a student there, many of which I still have. It has been truly great to be able to keep those up, and the culture at West played a big part in that."
Aaron Kreuter, 2004 graduate