Meet Jon Norquist '99, our 2018 Alumnus of the Year

Jon attended West Point where he competed in track, cross country, and triathlon. He completed 2 tours of duty in Iraq—one in Baghdad and one on the Iranian border—before retiring from the Army. He now works for the military as a civilian. In 2016 he received the Administrative Contracting Officer of the Year Award from the Army Corp of Engineers (USACE). This is a worldwide distinction that recognizes the top contract manager for the Army Corp of Engineers each year. Most recently his work with the USACE took him to Puerto Rico where he helped the efforts to rebuild infrastructure in the wake of recent hurricanes.

Jon is also an artist who works with a unique medium: spilled coffee. He has been featured on the radio and television in the Seattle area (his home) for his artwork. You can learn more about it here.

Most importantly, however, Jon is a devoted follower of Christ who seeks to bring Christ to bear in all that he does. Jon and his wife, Kristy, who have five children (ages 10, 7, 5, 4, and 6 mo), ran a vibrant ministry to hundreds of college students out of their own home for over three years. Jon was also quite active in YoungLife for a number of years, and served as a Youth Pastor for a while. For the past three years Jon has tutored countless children at a Rescue Mission in Tacoma. He often takes his daughters with him so that they can serve together. Jon and his wife are great examples of living faithfully for Jesus and loving others as they do so.

The Annual Fund Dinner & Auction

With new records in attendance and giving, DC’s Annual Fund Dinner and Auction raised just over $110,000 to further the mission and ministry of Delaware County Christian School.

Thank you to all who participated in this April 7, 2018 event at White Manor Country Club. Through the generosity of over 200 parents, alumni, alumni parents, grandparents, faculty, and staff, a total of $111,408 was raised. These proceeds support DC’s $1.1 million dollar Annual Fund which bridges the gap between the school’s tuition revenue and operating expenses.

The evening included silent and live auctions, student performances, and a first time ever paddle raise that yielded $18,500 in gifts which was matched for $15,000. DC’s 2018 Alumnus of the Year Jon Norquist was also honored.

The Development Office would also like to thank the members of the Auction Committee and the Event Sponsors who contributed to the success of the evening. Praise God from who all blessings flow!


For more information, please contact Kristen Paulson, Director of Development, at kpaulson@dccs.org.

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