Rutledge confirmed for LU Curators

Just a week before the next curators meeting, Lincoln University has 1965 graduate Winston Rutledge as its newest curator.

Rutledge, a 31-year veteran of Jefferson City’s Public Schools, retired from the district in 1999 after serving as a teacher, principal, coach, administrator and — for his final 12 years — assistant superintendent for instructional services.

But he didn’t really retire, switching immediately to be both director of the Michael W. Prenger Family Center and the Cole County Circuit Court’s juvenile court administrator until he retired from those jobs on Jan. 1, 2007.

Rutledge also served as a capital campaign coordinator for development and construction of the new Calvary Lutheran High School.

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