Kathy Chapin

Bachelor of Science Degree in Elem. Ed. – Concordia University, Seward, NE

Master of Arts Degree in Education – Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO

Kathy is a SLED candidate for the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod’s leadership training program. Kathy was married to her husband Dave in 1996. Soon, they will be celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. They have a nine-year-old daughter who loves attending third grade at Trinity. They also have a 5-year-old son who will attend Trinity’s Kindergarten next school year. Her hobbies include spending time outdoors with her family, reading, traveling, and following the Mizzou Tigers’ football schedule.


What does Trinity mean to me?

For me, Trinity means family. We are a close-knit group of parents, grandparents, students, staff, and volunteers.  Trinity is a place where God’s grace abounds. We value teamwork in striving towards our overall mission of “…showing the way to the Water of Life” – Jesus. We exemplify effectiveness in education.  We have a lot of flexibility at Trinity to teach the way kids learn. Trinity, for me, is a progressive gem of a school that points the way to Jesus.

Naomi Greder

Bachelor of Science Degree in Elem. Ed. – Concordia University, Seward NE

Naomi is from the small town of Sloan, Iowa. Her dad is a math teacher at the local high school and her mom is the manager of nursing at the oncology clinic in Sioux City, Iowa. Naomi has two siblings; a sister that is a PA in Rock Springs, Wyoming and a brother that is majoring in Biology at Central College in Pella, Iowa with hopes of going on to Law School to study environmental law.

In her free time, Naomi enjoys spending time with her family and friends, watching Netflix, taking naps, and traveling. A career goal she has for herself is to start her master’s within the next 5 years.


What does Trinity mean to me?

Trinity to me is a home away from home. It is a place where strangers have turned into a family. It is a place where the love of Christ surrounds all who enter its doors. It is a place that has taught me so much and has helped me grow and develop. Trinity is more than a church and school. It is a community filled with people who are passionate about helping others reach their fullest potential. Trinity is a place where anyone can feel welcome, and everyone can succeed.

Esther Loeffler

Bachelor of Science Degree in Elem. Ed. – Concordia University, River Forest, IL

Master of Arts in Administration – Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO

Esther Loeffler has been teaching at Trinity since graduating from Concordia, River Forest in 1985.  She began as homeroom teacher in the “lower grade” (Grades 1-4) room while having the “upper grade” students for Math and Science.  She has been blessed to have many of her former students return to Trinity as parents, and is proud of how they have taken on leadership roles in the school and congregation.  Esther has been married to Ray Loeffler for 30 years and they have been blessed with two children, Nicholas and Kimberly, who attended Trinity as well for grades 1-8. They have lived in the Orchard Farm area for their entire married life and enjoy the fellowship and family-like atmosphere that is present  in this close-knit community. They enjoy traveling and spending time with family.


What does Trinity mean to me?

Trinity to me means family.  The love, care, and encouragement that have been shown to me over the last 33 years have been tremendous!  I feel that Trinity has become my family and I, in return, have become part of the Trinity family. I have not only watched little ones grow and develop into wonderful adults, but I have been mentored by some wonderful Christ-centered adults who have helped me grow and develop as a teacher, friend, and sister in Christ.  Trinity is truly a Christian family within a unique setting, sharing the love of Christ with all in the community.

Stephanie Beckmann

Stephanie was born and raised in the Orchard Farm area. She attended the University of Central MO and Lindenwood University. Stephanie is married to Craig and they have 2 boys, Noah and Evan. Together they own Abbco Plumbing and Drain which started in 2007. Stephanie was a Facilities Coordinator and Space Planner at Express Scripts for 10 years before she made the decision to stay home with her children. She began working at Trinity in 2015 and loves the opportunity to still be with her children at school. She enjoys spending time with her family and traveling.


What does Trinity mean to me?

Trinity to me means faith, family, and comfort. It has made me who I am today. Along with my parents, Trinity gave me the positive foundation to lead a life of helping others and being a positive role model. I feel blessed that my children are receiving the same opportunity of a Christian education in a small setting. Trinity is a blessing to us all.

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