Susquehanna University’s chaplain will retire
SELINSGROVE — The chaplain at Susquehanna University will be leaving his position at the end of the semester. The Reverend Mark Radecke will be retiring and moving to Virginia where his wife, Tami Radecke is taking a position at a hospital in the Staunton area.
Radecke said, “She will be starting work there in mid-May and I’ll be following her into retirement. I’m open to part-time work. There is a wealth of educational institutions in that area, but I’m looking forward to retirement after 35-years of ordained ministry.”
Radecke says his time at Susquehanna University has been wonderful and he has enjoyed the opportunities and the students he has come to admire. He said the institution has given him a great deal of support and freedom to pursue such things as the Central America Service Adventure, where he was able to take students on mission trips.
Radecke was a guest on WKOK’s Tuesday On The Mark program. (Ali Stevens)