George St. Angelo
Outstanding Alumni Award Winner 1988
George St. Angelo has spent a lifetime in service to his church and community. He earned a master of divinity degree from Evangelical Theological Seminary, attended the London School of Economics and was ordained by the Evangelical United Brethren Church in 1949. His pastorates include churches in San Pierre/Wanatah, Ind., Indianapolis and Chicago. From 1955-66, St. Angelo served as chaplain at North Central College and was a founding member of Hope United Church of Christ in Naperville. He continued his denominational affiliation as a retired member of the South Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church. In 1968, St. Angelo established Seminars International, an organization dedicated to international travel as a tool of education, good will, hope and enjoyment. His tours included seminars on theology, politics and social issues. He retired after 31 years of service. St. Angelo earned a doctor of humanities in 1999 from the University of Indianapolis, where he also serves on the board of directors.