Jacquelyn Lewis Wentz
In 2003, Jacquelyn Lewis ’63 Wentz established the Norman and Rose Lewis Endowed Scholarship to honor her parents. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide room and board to students wishing to live on campus in order to have a true college experience. Good academic standing and involvement in campus activities are criteria for this scholarship.
While a student, Ms. Wentz was an English and education major and participated in may campus activities. She was a member of the Education Club, the Religious Life Council, the Student Council, the YWCA, the Class Woman’s Representative, the Special Events Committee and the Homecoming Committee.
Today, Ms. Wentz enjoys traveling with college friends. Over the years, these North Central friends have gathered in Puget Sound, Washington; Santa Fe, New Mexico; Fairfax, Virginia; Boston, Maine; San Francisco, California; Savannah, Georgia and Wilmington Island, Georgia. She was recently on campus celebrating her 50th college reunion with her classmates at the A. A. Smith House.
Jacquelyn Wentz lives in Salt Lake City, Utah and is the mother of two adult children, David and Julie.