staff directory

Jerry Beasley


Jerry Beasley, executive director
jbeasley@mennohof.org

Jerry began Sept. 2010 as executive director. He is no stranger to Menno-Hof having served as manager then interim director from 1999-2000. Jerry brings significant gifts in the area of management and carries a deep commitment to the Anabaptist faith. Jerry and his wife, Ruth, reside in Middlebury, Ind., and have 2 children and 6 grandchildren.

 

 

Susan MillerSusan Miller, managing director
smiller@mennohof.org

Susan began at Menno-Hof in May 2010 in a newly-created position as managing director. Her tasks include scheduling volunteers and coordinating tours, bookkeeping and keeping Menno-Hof running smoothly on a daily basis. She brings excellent previous office management experience. Susan and her husband, David, live in Middlebury, Ind., and have 3 children and 5 grandchildren.

 

Charlotte LongCharlotte Long, program & communication associate
clong@mennohof.org

Charlotte began in this new part-time position in September 2010. She is responsible for the production of the Reunion newsletter, managing the web site and other communication pieces that are sent from the Menno-Hof office. Her previous experience as webmaster and communication team member for a Mennonite conference office are assets in her current position at Menno-Hof. Charlotte and her husband, Dave, live in Goshen, Ind., with their 2 young children.

 

Dana SommersDana Sommers, grounds, plant & equipment manager
dsommers@mennohof.org

Dana has the task of keeping the grounds and landscaping in tip-top shape, making sure all equipment is working properly, and purchasing supplies. He formerly served as director of two church camps, Amigo Centre in Michigan, and Laurelville in Pennsylvania. Dana and his wife, Donna, enjoy country living in Sturgis, Mich., and have 2 children and 5 grandchildren.

 

 

Larry & Maxine MillerLarry & Maxine Miller, long-term volunteers
Sept. 2010-Feb. 2011

Larry & Maxine live in Macon, Miss., and have 3 adult children and 3 grandchildren.

Why did you choose to come to Menno-Hof?
Maxine: We enjoy meeting people and sharing our faith.
Larry: I wanted to share my fascination with Anabaptist history and expand my knowledge of it.


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