In the mid-80’s, Terry visited Lakeshore with a friend, but he didn’t make it into the main sanctuary immediately. He came to use the racquetball courts, which at that time could be rented by the hour. Even more significant was that his wife Marla had started attending services at Lakeshore and asked Terry if he would come to Sunday services with her… and commit to coming for a month. He did and never stopped coming, giving his heart to the Lord during one of Lakeshore’s “singspirations”. Since then, Terry has served on the Board of Directors, taught in Sunday School and the Royal Rangers boys’ program. In his own words, he’s even “been known on occasion, to sing in a cantata.” Terry found himself becoming a key leader at Lakeshore, and in time, was appointed as an Elder. Terry was most recently employed in management with Walgreens.
Terry’s wife and family are his key interests. He and his wonderful wife, Marla, are the proud parents of two brilliant boys, Tim and Chris. Tim lives in San Diego and is “enjoying life to the fullest,” working in the business/financial world. Chris is pursuing his passion working in the field of wildlife management and is currently living in Fort Collins, CO.
Terry also enjoys riding his Harley, traveling, collecting depression glass, breeding parrots, learning about personal finances, and flying. These days, you’ll find him pistol shooting at the range… and… riding his Harley.
Bruce maintains the distinction of being our only elder who has been a part of Lakeshore since birth! After growing up in Kenosha and Lakeshore, and receiving his MBA from Penn State University, he married his beautiful Minnesota wife, Lori, and returned from California to Wisconsin.
Bruce and Lori have four amazing children, all daughters. Brienne serves on the youth worship team, singing and playing keyboard. Lauren also sings on the youth worship team. Brylee and Mackenzi both love music and keep their home schooling mom very busy running between home, the gym, and church for what adds up to a very full life!