Elizabeth Johann Rebmann ‘81
The Alumni Outstanding Achievement Award is given to exceptional alum of the College who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in their profession or service to their community.
This year’s recipient is Liz Johann Rebmann, Class of 1981. At Eureka, Liz was involved in the Phi Omega sorority, Softball, and Cheerleading. After graduation, Liz went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Bradley University.
Liz has been a teacher, coach, and director of theatre productions for 26 years, the last 16 of which she has spent at Morton High School in Morton, Illinois. Liz serves as Treasurer, Vice-President, and President of the Morton Education Association; has been named a Morton High School ACE
(A Commitment to Excellence); and has recently been given a special District Teaching Award.
Liz’s community service experiences include serving as Editor/Grand Line Ambassador for Grottoes of North America – Dentistry for Handicapped Children, as well as serving as a trustee for the Alpha Park Library.
Liz has supported her alma mater through out the years by encouraging many quality students to come to and join the student body of Eureka College. In addition, Liz has also served as an alum advisor for the Phi Omega sorority for over 10 years.
Elizabeth Johann Rebmann & President Arnold
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Liz is very proud of her family’s legacy. Her great-great-great grandfather Callender was Eureka College’s second president, while her great-great grandfather Johann was the president who helped to build Burgess Hall. More than sixty members of Liz’s family have attended Eureka College, spanning seven generations. Liz feels that her greatest contribution to the College has been her daughter, Jillian, who graduated in 2006.