Mr. Donald Pussehl
· Background Information: I am a life-long resident of Saginaw County and have attended St. Paul’s Ev. Lutheran Church, Saginaw, since birth. Graduated from MLS in 1975. Attended Northwestern College from 1975-1978. Joined Bridgeport Twp Police Department in 1978. Joined Saginaw Police Department in 1985 and rose through the ranks to become police chief in 2000. Accepted the position of Chief of Police with Saginaw Twp PD in 2004 and currently serve in that position. Graduate of Saginaw Valley State University (BA /MA). Serve as an adjunct professor at Delta College and SVSU. The father of two beautiful daughters. Have served in several congregational positions (president, treasurer, elder, board of education) at St. Paul’s.
· Topic: I hope to discuss the need as Christian men to act justly in all aspects of their lives – at home, at work, social events, within the community, etc. Actions speak louder than words at times. Unfortunately, injustice is prevalent throughout our communities. With Christ’s help, how can we strive to act justly so that our actions are always a reflection of our faith and a beacon of hope for others to follow.