BLUFFTON — Bluffton University will honor four alumni during homecoming events this year, beginning Oct. 13.
Michael Stulman, originally of Findlay, a class of 2008 graduate, will receive the Outstanding Young Alumni Award this year. He works for Catholic Relief Services as the African regional marketing manager and travels across the continent as a photographer, videographer, technical guru and journalist.
Richard Ramseyer, of Bluffton, a class of 1957 graduate, will receive the Lifetime Service Award for spending his life trying to improve the lives of the people in his community. Ramseyer is a member of the Bluffton Lions Club, Bluffton Investment Club, Bluffton Chamber of Commerce and a number of other city organizations.
This year Bluffton University has moved the induction ceremony for the Bluffton Athletics Hall of Fame from winter to Homecoming. Two Alumni will be inducted into the hall of fame; Michele Durand, of Findlay, a class of 1988 graduate, and Scott Bergman, of Findlay, a class of 2006 graduate.
Durand will be inducted for achievements in coaching and Bergman for achievements in men’s basketball.
Bergman scores 1,660 points during his Bluffton University basketball career, 607 of those during his senior year.
Durand was named Coach of the Year twice during her 11 years as head coach for the women’s basketball team.