Administrative Secretary: Andrea Holtey
Andrea was born and raised in Marshfield. She has an associate’s degree in Marketing and a technical degree in phlebotomy. She worked at Figi’s Inc. for 9 years as an Accounting/Inventory Specialist. She is married to Boyd Holtey (yes Warren and Sara Holtey are my in laws). They have 2 daughters Cassidy and Vanessa. We enjoy traveling and football/Packer season. Andrea started working at FPC in September of 2015 and has enjoyed the experience thus far. E-mail Andrea
Business Manager: Don Krueger
I was born and raised in Markesan, WI. I graduated from Madison Business College with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. At that time, I moved to Marshfield and worked at Robert Klinner, CPA firm for 10 years. I also was controller at H&S MFG Co. in Marshfield for 9 years, then a controller for Columbus Catholic for 7 years, then retired or so I thought. I have been happily married to Christine for 45 years and we reside in Marshfield at the same address since 1972. I started here this last May 2016. E-mail Don
Custodian Coordinator: Howard (Skip) Beers
Christian Education Ministry:
Nursery Coordinator: Therese Brooks
Hello, my name is Therese Brooks. I have been the Nursery Coordinator/attendant since the spring of 2005. I am married to Robert Brooks and together we have 4 children; Danielle: age 21, and Triplets Chris, Corey and Cody: age 19. I have always had a great love for children, especially little children and babies. I have no professional schooling, but babysat since I was 11 and then raised my own family. In First Presbyterian Church Nursery, babies and little ones through age 3, receive loving compassionate care, but also I try to keep my care along the Christian guidelines of loving, sharing, and caring for one another. We read stories and sometimes sing songs. There are many toys which teach pretending and also many fun developmental toys. I personally greet each child and parent and try to keep the experience as upbeat and fun as possible. I always encourage parents to stay with their child or children as long as it takes the little ones to become comfortable.
Choir Director: Greg Reierson
Greg lives in Marshfield with his wife Theresa and son Sam. His daughter Kirsten and her husband Jason live in Peoria, IL.
Greg grew up in Iola, WI. His brothers’ families continue to reside in Wisconsin, one in Clintonville, and one in Hortonville.
Greg received his undergraduate degree from the UW Eau Claire and his Master’s in Vocal Music Education from the UW Steven’s Point. His vocal work in the Athens school district for three years was followed by 17 years teaching vocal music to grades 7 – 12 in the Colby school district, six years in Marshfield at the elementary level and the past six years at Marshfield Senior High.
Greg has greatly enhanced the musical milieu of our community not only through his teaching of students but also through his Campus Community performances since 1983 and as director of the Central Chamber Choral for the past 13 years. In his spare time Greg loves to spend time with his family and work on renovating old houses.
Greg is a member of our congregation, enhancing our worship and ministry through the sharing of his talent and, oh yes, his humor. E-mail Greg
Handbell Choir Director: Kathy Phillips
Kathy Phillips took over the role of handbell director in the spring of 1998. She had previously directed the handbell and adult choirs at her former church in Fort Dodge, IA. After 32 years of teaching, Kathy retired from her position as a band director with the Marshfield Public School System in June of 2014. In addition to volunteering in the Marshfield community, she and her husband Phil enjoy visiting family, golfing and gardening. E-mail Kathy
Parish Nurse: Carolyn Opitz
Graduated from Immanuel School of Nursing in 1962 in Omaha, Nebraska. Jim graduated from medical school that same year. During internship for him and his time in the Air Force she did Special duty nursing (they did not have intensive care units at that time). They moved to Marshfield in August, 1969 and she worked @ St. Joseph’s Hospital in critical care and outpatient care. Carolyn worked for 25 years, retired from the hospital, and then took the Parish Nurse Course in 1998. E-mail Carolyn