Pastor Daniel & Melissa Bowman
The son of missionaries, Daniel was born and grew up in Spain, while Melissa grew up in New England, with her senior year of high school as a missionary kid in Brazil. Returning to the US for education, they were later married in 1991. God has given them three great kids - Joshua (went to be with Jesus at nearly 2 years of age), Ryan (married to Carly!), and Alyssa. Daniel and Melissa love hiking, biking, traveling, writing, music…as well as anything where their kids are involved!
Dick & Renee Borzyskowski
Dick retired after 40 years from Falk Corp. in Milwaukee, where he was a manager of manufacturing engineering. He is treasurer for the Walworth County Gideons, and he served as a trustee for Southern Lakes E F church in Elkhorn. Renee is retired from nursing at Waukesha Memorial Hospital and as medical secretary for neurosurgery, and she also worked as a librarian for SLEFC. They have 6 children, 15 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren! They love Door County and CCFC, and they feel blessed that our Lord Jesus Christ lead them to this beautiful community. They desire to spread His Word to all!
Quintin & Dusty McMillan
Kevin & Pam Voss
Kevin and Pam came to Door County on a lark and immediately fell in love with the area. After years of vacationing here, they bought a home in Fish Creek in 2011. In 2014, they formed Door County Broadband, desiring to improve internet access in Door County. Kevin worked as a commercial real estate developer in St. Louis, MO and Tampa, FL. Pam’s career was in Oncology nursing in RI, where she was born and later in St. Louis when they married in 2001. They have 5 children: Teresa, David, Aimee, Allegra, and Zachary. In November they welcomed their first granddaughter, Riley. They love the outdoors, reading, music, and entertaining and any time they can have their kids together and now the hope of babysitting Riley.
Chuck & Sue Johnson
I grew up in Lake Elmo, MN and Sue in Orangeville, IL. We met in 1959 during Freshman Orientation Week at the Univ. of WI (God's doing), and got married in 1962. Grad school was next, followed by career and family starts. We raised 3 boys (2 educators and a surgeon). Now we have 5 grandchildren - ages 6 to 22. What blessings.
Sue's career was as a mental health therapist / program manager, and I worked in human resources. I retired in 2003 after 38 years - 35 years with Butler Mfg. Co. ...managing compensation / benefits plans for the employees of 22 plant and corporate office locations. I was always pleased to be part of a company that was guided by principles of fair / equal treatment...providing the same benefits programs for all employees from entry level to the CEO.
We moved to DC in 2012, where we had vacationed for many years and where Sue has family. (Her mother's hometown is Sister Bay, and her grandfather built the CCFC). My/our hobbies have included home remodeling, vintage car restoration, RVing, sailing (now tug boating), biking, cross-country skiing, and watching Badgers, Packers & Jayhawks.
We attended Fort Atkinson Methodist during our children's younger days (14 yrs), and Presbyterian while in Madison & KC (30 yrs), and now CCFC since 2012. Our best Church experiences were the 14 years Methodist (superior youth program), and now CCFC with its active, God loving people, (who were especially prayerful and supportive during the recent illness & death of our daughter-in-law), and highly qualified pastor and other leaders. We feel so blessed!!
Mark & Jane Mohr
I grew up in Thiensville, Wisconsin with 2 brothers and 2 sisters. In 1973 I went to Rice University in Houston, followed by graduate school at M.D. Anderson earning a Masters and Ph.D in tumor virology. After that I went to medical school in Galveston, Texas.
I returned to Milwaukee in 1986 for a residency in internal medicine at the Medical College. It was there that I met my wife to be, Jane Ollrogge. Married in 1988, we moved to LaCrosse so Jane could complete her internal medicine residency at Gunderson Lutheran. We both started practices at Franciscan Skemp Healthcare. In an effort to get closer to aging parents our next career efforts were briefly in Manitowoc and Merrill. After 7 years with the Marshfield clinic, Jane retired and I began work with Ascension Healthcare in Neenah where I am still employed.
We first went to Community Church in 1990. In 2000 we built a log cabin we nicknamed the “Dog House” as it became our favorite place to stay with our dogs while vacationing in Door County. We'll move here permanently in 2020 when I retire. We then look forward to more opportunities to serve our Lord and our family at Community Church.
Susan & John Schaper
My husband, John, and I were invited to attend Community Church in 1996. We went to the service that next Sunday, and from that day we have made Community Church our church home. We felt God’s love and the love of a real church family. Through the years, many changes have occurred. We have had three pastors and two interims shepherd us, the church has grown in membership, and the building has been remodeled, re-decorated, and re-landscaped. What has not changed is the love of church family and community - locally and globally. Most importantly, the commitment to bring the transforming message of Jesus to the world has not changed!