Lisa Perr '82 has spent nearly 40 years giving her time to the Rose Parade, as well as Lutheran education.
Lisa (Perich) Perr ‘82 has been a Lutheran Hour Ministries’ Rose Parade “Petal Pusher” for the last 39 years, dating back to when she was a young teen just preparing to enter high school. And in honor of her dedicated service, Float Chair Dick Gast recently announced that Perr will be a float rider aboard the 2017 Lutheran Hour Ministries’Rose Parade float.
Perr, whose son Carl will be a freshman at OLu next year, is being honored on Tuesday, Jan. 2, for over 39 years of service with Lutheran Hour Ministries, including being a three-year board member as well as an “unsung hero.”
Perr, the niece of Nancy Paul, has also spent 30 years serving her Lord as a teacher in the Lutheran schools setting, producing original music and scripts, directing handbells, coaching volleyball and mentoring.
Along with this parade appearance, Perr will help host the VIP behind-the-scenes party and view the latter stages of float decorating in process on Dec. 31.
Stay tuned and watch Lisa, along with Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz (Lutheran Hour speaker), Dr. Dale Meyer (Concordia Seminary, St Louis, MO President), Patty Ross (Lutheran Women’s Missionary League National President), Kim Ohlemeyer (Lutheran Hour Ministries, Director of Marketing/Creative Services), and three representatives from local LCMS congregations.
Founded in 1973, Orange Lutheran High School is a comprehensive private Christian co-educational college preparatory high school, grades 9-12, that exists to help students internalize the gospel message of salvation in Christ Jesus. The culture and climate of Orange Lutheran are based on caring relationships that strengthen our community as a Lancer Family. High standards of excellence coupled with a warm, energetic atmosphere create a safe, nurturing environment where students can thrive, as they discover and develop their unique gifts, talents, and passions.