Thank you for visiting our pages. We would love it if you would add your Alumni update to this guestbook
we are keeping!
A special thanks to Jane Schum McGahee for working with her parents
and other family members to provide us with a wonderful entry from the
early years. Please read their entry under the Faculty Page
Monty Du Puy,
Class of 1947 <email@example.com> or <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Greenville, SC, US
So fondly remember Mr. and Mrs. Schum (her red hair)
As Godly and gentle people who not only taught academics but
Godliness as well. They taught by example; who they were not just
by what they said. Memory is a wonderful gift of God. We are so grateful.Back to Top | Back to Index
All of God's Best for the Schums!
Signed on Wednesday, May 30, 2001 at 17:16:52 (EDT)
Jane Schum McGahee, Faculty Kid, 1940s <email@example.com>
Arabi, GA, USA
Becky:Back to Top | Back to Index
My mother and father were teachers at Ben Lippen in the 40's, and I was born there 12/28/44. There are pictures of me in the Challenge 44/45. I worked the conferences in August during the Dr. Fleece days, for several years as a teenager. In the 40's, my grandfather, G. W. Stegall, left Charlotte and lived there for a couple of years, rebuilding Houston Hall, and building several houses.
My sister and brother in law attended CBC, in the missions program, and later while living in Augusta, GA, I got to know Dr. Fortosis and his wife, having Sunday dinner with them often.
So I have many ties with Ben Lippen, though I never attended. I would like to add my parents' names (Henry S. Schum, D. Min. and Mrs. Ruby Stegall Schum) to the faculty list. Please let me know how.
Signed on Thursday, August 24, 2000 at 17:54:58 (EDT)
Faculty from 1942-47:
Ruby Stegall Schum
Faculty Kid from 1942-47:
Jane Schum McGahee
Monty Du Puy