The Lutheran Home Association Board of Directors Met to Review Ministry’s Fiscal Year
BELLE PLAINE, MINN. (November 18, 2019)—The Lutheran Home Association (TLHA), a non-profit healthcare and disability ministry, held a board of directors meeting recently. During the last meeting of the year, the board and leadership team met at Heritage Homes, one of its senior living care communities in Watertown, WI.
Attendees had an opportunity to tour the independent living, assisted living, and memory care community, interact with residents and meet team members. Rev. Michael Jensen, district president of the WELS Wisconsin District, began the meeting with a devotion and prayer.
“Hosting the meeting at a community allowed us to see first-hand how our work makes a difference in individual lives,” said Lowell Hoffman, chairman of the board. “It’s an honor to serve on the board for TLHA and a privilege to collaborate with the board members.”
In addition to the site tour, the board of directors:
- Reviewed financial agreements.
- Recognized the office of mission advancement for exceeding contributions for the year.
- Adopted operational policies to advance the ministry.
- Discussed Jesus Cares Ministries program opportunities.
“We made decisions for the future of the ministry at the meeting,” said Michael Klatt, president and CEO at TLHA. “With the new partnerships, program offerings, and JCM opportunities, we are excited to go into 2020 to continue to share our mission with more people.”
Pictured from left to right: Doyle Voss (Director of IT), Jacqueline Grimm (Regional Director of Senior Services & Corporate Compliance Officer), Chris Meyer (Executive VP & Chief Business/Financial Officer), David Oldenburg (board member), Rev. Joel Gaertner (VP of Ministry & National Director of JCM), Tim Schuth (board treasurer), Rev. Elroy Conradt (board member), Rev. Matthew C. Rauh (board vice chair), Lowell Hoffman (board chairman) Rev. Michael Jensen (Wisconsin District President), Michael Klatt (President & CEO), Jeff Davis (board member), Rev. Dr. Bruce Becker (board member), Mark Hayes (VP of Mission Advancement), Wayne Larson (board member), Beth Wadsley (VP of HR), and Jon Maertz (board member).
About The Lutheran Home Association
The Lutheran Home Association is a not-for-profit ministry dedicated to providing for the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of people in its care. We offer a wide variety of health-care, housing, and spiritual outreach services with campuses in several states and congregational programs serving seniors and individuals with intellectual developmental disabilities nationwide. Services and programs include senior living, skilled nursing care, memory care, disability services, rehabilitative therapies, chaplaincy, Bible classes, worship services, and property management services. TLHA is looking for caring, compassionate and dedicated team members. Visit tlha.org/careers to apply. Learn more at tlha.org, follow @TLHAword on Twitter, and “Like” us on Facebook.