Alumni Board Officers and Appointments Named
Posted August 7, 2002
HOLLAND -- The Hope College Alumni Association
Board of Directors has chosen its officers for 2002-03 and
appointed one new member.
The board also made four reappointments.
James Van Eenenaam, a 1988 graduate from Dana
Point, Calif., who was formerly vice president, has been
elected president, succeeding Bruce Brumels of Lake City.
Beth Snyder of Arlington, Va., has been elected vice
president, succeeding Van Eenenaam. Marion Hoekstra of
Laurel, Md., who was among those appointed to an additional
term on the board, will continue to serve as secretary.
The board's new member is junior Liz Tyndell of
Livonia, who will serve as Junior Class Representative.
Chad Carlson of Holland, formerly Junior Class
Representative, was appointed Senior Class Representative.
Andrea Korstange of Grand Rapids, Mich., formerly Senior
Class Representative, was appointed Most Recent Graduating
In addition to Hoekstra, who represents the Mid-
Atlantic Region, those reappointed to the board were: Nancy
Dirkse DeWitt of Waukesha, Wis. (Central Region); Greg Van
Heest of Minneapolis, Minn. (North Central Region); and Ray
Vinstra of Kalamazoo (Southwest Michigan Region).
Garett Childs of Grand Rapids concluded his service on
the board as Most Recent Graduating Class Representative.
Liz Tyndell is majoring in biology and psychology.
Her long-range goal is a career in medicine. Next year will be her third year on the college's Student Congress. She served first as a representative for
Dykstra Hall and then represented Kollen Hall, and next year
will serve as Junior Class Representative.
She is a member of the Delta Phi Sorority. She
will be resident assistant in the Delphi House next year,
and will also serve on the sorority's executive committee
for work projects.
Tyndell served as a moraler for the 2004 Pull team
as both a freshman and a sophomore, and has also
participated in her class's song section in the Nykerk Cup
She will serve as co-publicity chair for the
Social Activities Committee (SAC) during 2002-03, and is
among the students organizing a Pom Pon club that will begin
with the new school year. Her activities at Hope have also
included the Dance Marathon fund-raiser for DeVos Children's
Hospital and New Student Orientation.
Tyndell is the daughter of Allan and Diane Tyndell
of Livonia. She is a 2000 graduate of Livonia Stevenson