Fort Stewart remembers instructor Dr. Joseph Rayman
Columbia College-Fort Stewart
July 28, 2014
Columbia College-Fort Stewart is sad to announce the loss of one its instructors.
Dr. Joseph Rayman, a member of the Columbia College-Fort Stewart adjunct faculty for nearly 10 years, died July 9, 2014. He taught business and management classes at the Education Center on Fort Stewart.
He retired from the United States Army in 1989. He served in Vietnam, worked with the military policy, military intelligence and had been an air traffic controller at various times during his military career.
Dr. Rayman earned a doctorate of ministry in missions from the Minnesota Graduate School of Theology, a master's of arts in nonprofit management from Regent University, and a master's of science in education from Old Dominion University. He completed his undergraduate studies with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Dr. Rayman founded a number of nonprofit organizations in support of missionaries working in Africa. He performed a variety of outreach activities to support orphaned children in Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria.
To read his obituary and sign the guess book, please visit this page.