Pastor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Pastor Huebner was installed as Salem’s new Pastor in 2012 coming to us from St. Martin Lutheran Church in Chilton, Wisconsin. Wayne was born in Milwaukee and raised in suburban Brown Deer. He attended Lutheran elementary and high schools. During his school years he worked part-time for a pizza place, an electric motor repair shop, and a lawn service. He is married to Crystal, a native of New Holstein, Wisconsin.
The Huebners have three school-age daughters: Lauren and Anna who attend Lutheran South High School and Maggie who attends Salem School. Pastor Huebner enjoys baseball, photography, home brewing, gardening, date nights with his wife, and spending time with his family. Pastor Huebner enjoys the fact that in his job he has the opportunity to share with people the good news of forgiveness and everlasting life in Jesus Christ.
Vicar – email@example.com
Vicar Randy is Salem’s new Vicar and joins us for the 2016 – 2017 year. He is a third year student at Concordia Seminary in Saint Louis and comes to Salem from Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to entering the ministry Randy worked in the IT field.
Randy is married to Christine and they have two children, Elizabeth and Ethan. Please say hello to Vicar Randy and introduce yourself to him when you see him.
Director of Music Ministry – firstname.lastname@example.org
John currently serves as the Director of Music Ministry at Salem Lutheran Church, a position he has held since 1995. His duties include overseeing, planning and leading music programs for the church and school. John earned a Bachelor’s degree from Valparaiso University and a Master’s degree from University of Missouri-Kansas City. John is married to his beautiful wife, Karen, and they have a wonderful daughter, Jennifer.
Deaconess – email@example.com
Kristina attended Drake University, playing basketball and volleyball, and graduated in 2005 with a degree in Psychology and Business. Before coming to Concordia Seminary here in the fall of 2007, she was a social worker for Lutheran Social Services of Illinois and a youth director at Christ the Rock LCMS in Rockford, IL. Kristina is married to Nathan. They were married at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, and currently reside in South St. Louis. Kristina’s parents, Rev. David and Jeanette Meggers, serve in Kirkwood, while her older brother Phil serves as a teacher at Concordia Lutheran High School in Omaha, NE.
New Member Ministry – firstname.lastname@example.org
Pam hails from Seymour, Indiana. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Education from Concordia – Ann Arbor and she also holds graduate credits from the University of Cincinnati. Pam has taught full time for 10 years, and part time for 13 more. Prior to serving Salem, Pam taught at Trinity Lutheran in Port Huron, Michigan and Concordia Lutheran in Cincinnati. During her time at Salem she has subbed and taught middle school for 9 years. Pam believes Salem is special because “it’s a family and everyone cares about each other. Each person is an individual, not a number.” Pam has two children: Kyle (Salem Class of ’08) and Erin (Salem Class of ’13.) In her spare time Pam enjoys being with her kids, reading, quilting, cross-stitch, crochet, weaving baskets, and watching Indiana basketball.
Administrative Assistant – email@example.com
Susan “Susy” Naucke Schindler sings with the Parish Choir and Joyful Sounds. She’s also a Greeter and a member of the Outreach Board. She is, by the grace of God, a three time cancer survivor with a passion to love and support others with cancer, thus is fully involved with Salem’s Cancer Support Group.
Susy was baptized at Salem, attended Salem Lutheran School, kindergarten through eighth grade, and was confirmed at Salem. She graduated from Affton High School with a French scholarship to Webster College where she met her husband, Tom. They married in 1985 and live in South City with their two dogs, Saque and Georges. Susy enjoys decorating, walking her dogs and riding her Harley. She is delighted to be working at Salem and is happy to serve the wonderful, loving people of our congregation.