Robert L. Menz
Robert L. Menz, DMin, served with the Tropo brotherhood on Pr’Line Mountain, Vietnam, from September, 1970, to September, 1971. Menz is a retired Certified Employee Assistance Professional, Educator, and Pastoral Psychotherapist. He is the author of A Memoir of a Pastoral Counseling Practice and A Pastoral Counselors Model for Wellness in the Workplace: Psychergonomics, both from Haworth press. He is the editor/author of Changing Society: A Social and Spiritual Vision for the Year 2020 and Beyond from University Press of America. In addition, Menz authored Divine Entreaty: Prayers for Public and Diverse Settings and Theo: The Circle of a Transcendent both from Balboa Press, and is a contributing author to Departures 2010: Writings by the Faculty, Staff, Alumni, & Students of Edison Community College – as well as numerous articles in professional journals. In 2017, Menz was selected for the Marquis Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement award. He and his wife Ruth together have four children and six grandchildren. They live in Sidney, Ohio, and enjoy traveling and communing with nature.