Pastor Langebartels grew up in lower Michigan. He received pre-seminary training from Martin Luther College in Minnesota, graduating with a Bachelor of the Arts degree in 2004, and received four years of seminary training from Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary. After graduating in 2008, he was assigned to Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Bylas, Arizona on the San Carlos Apache reservation. In late 2009 he also began serving St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Globe, Arizona. He lived and served among the Apaches for 7 1/2 years until he took a call to serve at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Tucson, Arizona. He served as an associate pastor at the congregation with 450 souls, as well as a large school and preschool. In early 2020 he received the call to Coleman, Wisconsin where he has served since May of 2020.
Mrs. Henry is a southern Michigan native from Benton.
Harbor, and she has lived in Marinette since 1991 when she began her first teaching job at Trinity Lutheran School in Marinette as a 1st and 2nd grade teacher. She met and married her husband, Butch (Marv), in 1995. She does not have children, but
her husband has a daughter, Caitlin. They both come from huge families, Mrs. Henry has 8 brothers and sisters and her husband has 10, so there are plenty of nieces and nephews running around.
She has a B.S. degree in education from Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minnesota, and she is certified to teach grades pre-k through 6. She has a lot of experience in teaching all grades since she was a substitute teacher in the Marinette, Menominee, and Peshtigo school districts for 6 years. She was called to teach preschool here at Trinity, Coleman in 2002 and have been here since then. Currently, in addition to teaching Preschool (which is her first love) She also works part time as a Pharmacy Tech in Marinette.
Mrs. Dembroski was born in Milwaukee and moved to the Coleman/Pound area in 1971. She graduated from Coleman High School and worked for her parents Supper Club until it sold in 1995. She has worked for Chiquita Foods, Seneca Foods, and Coleman School District all in administrative positions. She married her husband Mark in 2001 and they have a blended family of four. They are Trinity Lutheran members and Mark in on the Church Council. As your Church secretary her job includes bulletins, monthly newsletters, webpage updates, various office duties as well as any preschool state licensing requirements. The best part of her day is greeting the 3K and 4K students.