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.