President: Annie Hennen
Vice President: Jeremy Marburger
My name is Jeremy Marburger. My wife Sharon and I have been members of OSLC since 2013. Our daughter Lillian is a year old. Both Sharon and I grew up in the Lutheran church and my dad is a Lutheran pastor. I grew up in northeast Nebraska and moved to Colorado in 2003, while Sharon and Lillian are Colorado natives. After working at a Lutheran Church in Broomfield as a youth director for 9 years, I went back to school in 2012 to change careers. After studying animal sciences for a few years I pursued a Master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences with an emphasis in Assisted Reproductive Technologies. I am currently in my second year of the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program at Colorado State University. When not working, going to school, or studying I enjoy photography, woodworking, and quilting. My favorite thing about OSLC is that there is a wide range of ages in the congregation. It’s great to see the interaction between the different generations of members represented.
Treasurer: Deems Hargleroad
My name is Deems Hargleroad. My wife Jennifer and I have lived in Fort Collins for almost 12 years. I am a native of the Chicago area but have also lived in Columbus, Ohio and Overland Park, Kansas. We have three children, twin boys Alex and Ben ages 10 and a daughter named Jane who is 8. I have worked in banking for over 15 years and currently work for Bank of Colorado as a Commercial Banker. In addition I help assist my wife Jennifer with her Pediatric Dental Practice when it comes to the business side of things. We have been members of OSLC for several years now and have been very happy that we have found a church home. Both of my parents are ordained Presbyterian ministers and it took us a while to find a church home when we moved to Colorado.
Secretary: Cindy Skinner
My name is Cindy Skinner. My husband and family have been residents and members of OSLC since 1996. We grew up here and moved back to Colorado after our Marine Corps adventure to raise our children around both our families. We have been married for 34 years, and have 3 adult boys, who were confirmed at Our Saviour’s. Scott, who is married to Christina; they have two children, Nixi and Wayne, ages 7 and 3; Sean, who is married to Rachel; and Steven our youngest. I have been a teacher since 1982, and have worked as a Reading Specialist and Language Arts teacher at Windsor Middle School since 2000. I am also a Google Certified Educator, presenter, and one of the trailblazers of 1:1 classrooms in the Windsor schools.
Debi has been married to Rob Arone for 34 years. She has two boys Jimmy, age 21 and William age 17. Debi and her family moved to Fort Collins in 2007 from Miami, Florida. She has been a member of council for the last 1 ½ years filling a position for someone who had to leave before her term was up. Debi currently works as the Northern Territory Manager for the Colorado Restaurant Association. Rob and Debi have been a member of Our Saviour’s for the past 3 years.
Hi! My name is John Bleem. My wife Anita and I have been married for 31 years and have lived in Fort Collins for about 35 years. We have a daughter Alissa (26) who lives in Seattle and son Eric (23) who lives in Fort Collins. Our extended family members are all located along the east coast and in the mid-west. My work experience includes engineering, project management and leadership positions with energy and environmental firms. Recently I’ve shifted to working part-time – consulting, coaching soccer for Arsenal club, substitute teaching and supporting local STEM programs. Anita and I have attended Our Saviours for about five years. We teach the middle school classes on Sundays, sing in the Chancel choir and help with FFH (Anita more than me). We have several “favorite things” about Our Saviours – including the open / welcoming environment, friendly people, community outreach activities and engagement of women in liturgy and church leadership.
Bill is a retired (he says “recoverIng”) attorney who practiced water law in Fort Collins for many decades. He and his wife Ruth have been members of OSLC since 1970. Bill has served the congregation in various capacities over the years, including two previous terms on the congregation council and as the council president. His and Ruth’s three children were confirmed at OSLC and their granddaughter Katie soon will be.
Hi, my name is Kris Eisele. I grew up in Fort Collins and at OSLC. I studied English and Classics at Luther College and graduated in 2010. From 2011-2016 I owned and operated Souza’s Smokin BBQ with my younger sister Adrienne (Addy.) We are currently starting a new business in wood and paper crafts. I spend my free time with my friends and my nephew Cacher who is almost 4. My next step in my future is to attend Seminary and study to become a Pastor!
I served on the worship and music committee at OSLC during high school and I am excited to continue serving on the council and help do God’s work with our hands.
My name is Katie Eiswerth and I am a junior at Fort Collins High School. My family joined OSLC in 2010, shortly after we moved to Fort Collins from Wisconsin. I work as a nursery attendant at the church and I am very active in the FoCoLu youth group. Being a part of the youth group is my favorite thing about OSLC because it has given me countless incredible opportunities and experiences. My most memorable experiences have been going on mission trips to Nicaragua in 2014, Montana in 2016, and Ecuador in 2017 as well as attending annual middle school youth gatherings.
I am a native of Wisconsin. I have been a Colorado resident since 1973 except for a 5 year interruption in Nevada. I earned a B.S. from the University of Wisconsin @LaCrosse and a M.A. from the University of Northern Colorado. I taught Elementary Physical Education for 20+ years and also worked for the Teachers Association in Nevada. I am married to Sharon. I have one adult son and two inherited sons along with five grandchildren. I was baptized Lutheran, raised in the Evangelical United Brethren church but returned to the Lutheran church upon adulthood when I lived near an ALC church. I retired and moved to Fort Collins in 2006. We joined OSLC in 2007. I enjoy golfing, cooking, hiking, reading, working out, travelling and interacting with friends and relatives.