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Ed Stigall, Jr. `88

EdstigallEd Stigall, Jr. `88 majored in Human Development and Social Relations. While at Earlham, Ed served as a Hall Convener and then a Resident Counselor for two years, as well as a Co-Convener for New Student Week. Additionally, Ed played four years on the football team, was a basketball cheerleader for four years, played a year on the baseball team and ran track for two years.

Ed received a Master of Science in Counseling from Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). After leaving Earlham, Ed spent time working for and directing residence life programs at CCSU, Trinity College, Hanover College, Ball State University and New York Institute of Technology. Currently, Ed serves as the Dean of Students at Madison Consolidated High School in Madison, IN.

This is Ed’s second opportunity to serve on the Alumni Council and he is a member of the Athletics Committee. Throughout his career Ed has volunteered in a variety of community service activities; a few are: being a Big Brother, working at Habitat for Humanity, being a positive male role model for a battered women’s shelter, and being a tutor for the Boys & Girls Club. Some of Ed’s favorite Earlham memories are playing football, New Student Week 1987, doughnut runs, playing Euchre and conversations with fellow classmates on coursework and social issues.

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