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Descendant of Rainwater Oak Tree living in Vermont

President Luckey & wife, Elise, visit Marjorie Reuling in Vermont, where oak growing from acorn dropped by Rainwater oak tree is thriving
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By Duane Bonifer
Lindsey Wilson College President William T. Luckey Jr. and his wife, Elise, met Wednesday, Nov. 6, with Marjorie Reuling, widow of Walter S. Reuling, LWC's seventh president from 1997-98. Walter Reuling also served as LWC provost and dean of the faculty from 1992-97.

The Luckeys visited with Marjorie Reuling at her home in Castleton, VT, which includes a tree that was grown from an acorn dropped by the Rainwater Oak Tree. Planted by LWC student Fred Rainwater, the Rainwater Oak Tree has stood in front of the LWC L.R. McDonald Administration Building since the early 1900s.



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Luckeys visit with Marjorie Reuling in Castleton, VT



2013-11-07 - Castleton, VT - Photo Lindsey Wilson College photo.
Marjorie Reuling
, center, is joined Wednesday, November 6, 2013, by Elise Luckey and Lindsey Wilson College President William T. Luckey Jr. Reuling is the widow of Walter S. Reuling, LWC's seventh president from 1997-98. - Duane Bonifer, Lindsey Wilson College Director of Public Relations

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Elise Luckey, Marjorie Reuling with Rainwater Oak descendant



2013-11-07 - Castleton, VT - Photo Lindsey Wilson College photo.
Elise Luckey, left, and Marjorie Reuling stand next to a descendant of the Rainwater Oak Tree in Reuling's home in Castleton, VT. The photo was taken Wednesday, November 6, 2013. - Duane Bonifer, Lindsey Wilson College

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