By: Kristen Harris
Editor: James Stone
Published in: “The Logsdon Window” ed. Winter 2010.
After 29 years of service at Logsdon, Mrs. Charlotte Earp, administrative assistant for Dr. Omer Hancock, retired earlier this year. A fixture among generations of university and seminary students alike, Charlotte’s ready simile and kind words will be missed. During her 38 total years in Christian education, her favorite recollection was her daily interaction with students. “The meaningful part of relating to the students,” said Earp, “was knowing that they were headed for some kind of Christian vocation. That meant a lot to me.” Charlotte was honored with a campus-wide retirement party featuring memories from current and former faculty.