Geneva College

 

 

G. Barry Davis, Jr.

Barry DavisUndergrad: History, 1975

Graduate: M. Div. 1978, Wesley Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.

Currently employed in Millcreek Township School District.

“Parent of Lacy Davis, currently a senior at Geneva, majoring in Political Science. Proud treat bearer for Pokey Reese Davis, a small but deeply disturbed Cairn Terrier, who believes he is a much bigger dog trapped within a small dog.   

Former United States Army Chaplain, I am now teaching high school history in Erie, Pennsylvania to 10th graders, and acting as a supply preacher for congregations in need on weekends.    

I enjoy running, as much as one can possibly enjoy this sport. Additionally, I participate in Civil War Reenactments as well as kayaking and hiking. Being a life long sadist, I follow with increasing sorrow the plight of the Pittsburgh Pirates, bemoaning my sad fate to wander in what is Baseball purgatory.

The deep love I feel for Geneva has grown over the years and I hope to be able to give back to our college, some of blessings that it has given me in my life. The chance to serve our college and the alumni is a great honor and I hope to able to advance the mission of Christ in all that we do on behalf of Geneva.”


 

Point of Excellence

Geneva's Communication Disorders students have attended graduate programs all over the U.S., at schools such as the University of Iowa, California State University - Fullerton, Gallaudet University and University of Pittsburgh.

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