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The elders of the Longmont Church of Christ guide and direct our church as shepherds.


Ken Dean

Ken and Janice Dean have been members of the Longmont Church of Christ since 1991. They were married in 1982 in Hudson, Colorado. They have three children: Jordan and his wife Trisha, Jared, and Bethany, and they also have three grandchildren. Ken works in the computer industry, and Janice is a homemaker. Both enjoy active lifestyles.


Paul Finley

Paul and Michelle Finley have been members of the Longmont Church of Christ since 2001. They both grew up in southeastern Ohio and attended Harding University. They have three children. Paul works as an engineer in the aerospace industry. Michelle works at Hopelight Medical Clinic, is an avid runner, and enjoys volunteering with local programs. Paul and Michelle both enjoy family time and being outdoors.


Bill Irwin

Bill and Patti Irwin have been members of the Longmont Church of Christ since 1996. They have been married since 1981 and have two sons, Don, a Captain in the U.S. Army, and Rick, a police officer in Commerce City. They have three grandsons and a granddaughter. Bill is a retired FBI agent and currently a security consultant. Bill is an avid cyclist. Bill and Patti both enjoy cycling, travel, table tennis, watching sports, Jeopardy, old movies, and playing with their grandkids.


Russ Kusler


Russ and Barbara Kusler have been members of the Longmont congregation since 1980. They have two grown sons and 4 grandchildren. Russ has been a Manufacturing Manager for many years. Russ is on the Board at Mountain States Childrens Home and is very dedicated to the Longmont Congregation. Both enjoy traveling with their camper and spending time with grandchildren. Russ is also a woodworker and is busy with projects both large and small.


Randy Schow

Randy and Janice have been members of the Longmont Church of Christ since 1992. They were high school sweethearts and married in 1975. They graduated from Lubbock Christian University in 1977. They have three children and four grandchildren. Randy and Janice also
have four young people they have taken into their home as chosen children. Randy and Janice worked at Mountain States Children’s Home for 30 years. Randy was the Executive Director and Janice was the Director of the school on campus. They are semi-retired as Randy travels for the Home in donor relations, and Janice teaches part-time at the school. Randy is also a licensed counselor. Randy and Janice enjoy family time, mountain getaways, and traveling. Randy likes woodworking, and Janice enjoys volunteer work, games, and crafts.