Karen joined the Trinity staff in May of 2016. As our office administrator, Karen performs all of the functions that keep a busy church office running smoothly. She is also the main point of contact for all building use requests including meetings, performances, and weddings. She updates the Trinity calendar and outdoor sign, and also coordinates the many volunteers for our worship services each week.
Karen received a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1995. Before coming to Trinity, she worked in the office at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Oregon, Wis. A native of Platteville, Karen now resides in Stoughton with her husband and their teenage son.
Email Karen: tlcmsn (at) gmail.com
Bulletin and Website Coordinator
Deana has worked part-time at Trinity since the summer of 2010. Her primary responsibility is preparing the worship bulletins that include the order of service and the weekly announcements newsletter. She is also our website administrator and social media coordinator.
Deana holds a bachelor of arts degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has also taken classes in graphic design, editing and publishing. In 2009 she completed a two-year course of study through the ELCA South-Central Synod of Wisconsin’s Lay School of Ministry. Deana has been engaged in office administration, marketing and communications throughout her career, in both business and nonprofit environments. She enjoys applying her skills and experience to whatever projects come her way.
You may also see Deana outside the Trinity office as a choir member, soloist, and handbell ringer in our music program.
Email Deana: bulletin (at) tlcmsn.org
As a longtime member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Mark exemplifies servant leadership. He volunteers as an assisting minister and reader for worship services, and has been a dedicated member of our planning council for several years. As our treasurer, he not only keeps the church finances in order, but at annual meeting time is also able to effectively communicate to our congregation what all those complicated budgeting and expense documents actually mean.
Mark also plays in Trinity’s Chapel Ringers handbell choir, which helps keep his arms in shape for his favorite sport, basketball. His regular job is in insurance claims processing.
Email Mark: email@example.com