Timothy Loehrke
Pastor/Principal
Ext. #202
prcross@comcast.net

Mrs. Barry holds a B.S. in Education from Central Michigan University. She has taught  at Cross Lutheran School for over 30 years.  She still has a lot of energy, loves to read aloud to her students, and still has her red hair! 

Pastor Tim earned a bachelor's degree from Ohio Northern University.  In June, 2007 he earned a master of divinity degree from Trinity Lutheran Seminary, Columbus, Ohio. He was ordained on June 10, 2007 in his home church, Kent Lutheran Church, Kent, WA.   Prior to seminary and ordination, Pr. Tim experienced occupations as a high school teacher, service in the U.S. Coast Guard as enlisted and commissioned officer, and as a software consultant/instructor. 

Mrs. Hass graduated with a teaching degree from Western Michigan University.  During her career she taught at Bad Axe, Lakers, Harbor Beach, and Swan Valley.  After retirement, she started a tutorial service, working with children one-on-one in her home. In 2014, she began working at Cross Lutheran under Title I funding. 

Aileen Prill

Secretary

Ext. #201
aileen@ crosslutheranschool.org

Mrs. Musolff holds a B.S. from Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio. She has an Early Childhood Endorsement from Central Michigan University (19 Graduate Credits). She has experience teaching preschool-8th grade and has been teaching in the lower grades at Cross for over 25 years. She is the wife of Dave, the mother of Amanda, Dan, Emily, and Ellen, and the grandmother of Kuper, Quentin, and Henry.

Mrs. Prill is a graduate of Baker Junior College, Flint. She earned an Associate Degree in Legal Secretary. She worked at the Huron Daily Tribune for 30 years before joining Cross.

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Mr. Faupel holds a B.A. in Elementary Education from Saginaw Valley State University, with endorsements in Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. He has been teaching at Cross Lutheran School since 2010.

Mrs. Peterson is a graduate of Cross Lutheran School and Laker High School. Karen was a stay-at-home mom for 12 years before she began cooking in the Cross School kitchen. Her love of cooking for her family and friends has inspired her to share her gifts with our students. She has taken classes in Serve-Safe and Food Service Basics.

Mrs. Elston holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Lutheran Teacher Diploma from Concordia University, Ann Arbor, MI. She also earned an Elementary Endorsement through graduate work at Saginaw Valley State University.

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Our Staff



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Jean Hatch

Preschool and K-2 Aide



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Beth Elston​

Preschool, Music, and Band

Ext. #206
beth@

crosslutheranschool.org

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Deborah Musolff

K-2nd Grade Teacher

Ext. #205
deb@

crosslutheranschool.org
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Gwynne Barry

3rd-5th Grade Teacher

Ext. #209
gwynne@

crosslutheranschool.org

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David Faupel

6th-8th Grade Teacher

Ext. #210
david@

crosslutheranschool.org
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Susan Hass

Reading Specialist



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Karen Peterson

Food Service

Ext. #213



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Rachel Higgins

Custodian


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Mrs. Hatch attended Ferris State College. She was the director of the St. Roch's Preschool program for 4 years before coming to Cross.