Euler Science Complex Theme - Sustaining a Legacy of Discovery

Gerg & Mary Fran Euler

The Euler Science Complex is named in memory of Greg and Mary Fran Euler, who through their commitment to Christ, involvement in church, faithfulness in marriage and support of Taylor University, serve as Christ-like examples for Taylor students to follow.

Greg and Mary Fran met in a science lab during their college years in the 1930s. Mary Fran completed her degree in chemistry in 1935. They were married in 1940 and moved to Detroit where Greg worked with Ford Motor Company for 46 years. The Eulers were active in Detroit’s First Church of the Nazarene and were instrumental in starting a city-wide youth organization.

Upon Greg’s retirement, they moved to Upland, Indiana in 1984, where they quickly endeared themselves to the Upland and Taylor community. They were very involved in their church and provided spiritual mentoring to many Taylor students, including their own children, David ’73, Keith ’70 and Elizabeth ’82 Henricks, who all attended Taylor.
 
Greg died in 2002 and Mary Fran passed away in 2010.

 
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Founded in 1846, Taylor University is an interdenominational liberal arts university of evangelical faith located in Upland, Indiana. The mission of Taylor University is to develop servant leaders marked with a passion to minister Christ's redemptive love and truth to a world in need. Beyond being named the number one Baccalaureate College in the Midwest by U.S. News and World Report, Taylor’s science program is one of the premier programs among Christian colleges and universities throughout the United States. The Euler Science Complex – opened fall semester of 2012 — was built to pursue LEED gold specifications and houses many sustainability features that allow for more innovative research, teaching and learning by faculty and students. Taylor University is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU).