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Nick & Kathleen Lenzen have been involved in homeschooling since 1986 and with the Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association since its founding. Their 3 children graduated from their homeschool and are college graduates. Their 14 grandchildren are also being homeschooled. Nick has served as treasurer from 1987 to 1992 when he became president of the NCHEA. Kathleen has been the Conference coordinator for 27 years.
Jeff and Jean Bennett have been married for 25 years, have two kids, Calvin 17 and Jared 15, that have been home schooled since kindergarten. Jeff works at Li-Cor in Lincoln, and they attend Indian Hills Community Church.
Robin and Tina Gould have been married 25 years and graduated their three daughters from their homeschool. Robin and Tina have volunteered with the NCHEA for about 15 yrs. They are both involved in their local church music ministry. Robin is currently employed as a network administrator and Tina is a teller supervisor at a local bank.
David has monitored the legislature since he and Lorraine began homeschooling in 1981. They were intimately involved in the early struggle to make home education legal in Nebraska and went on to homeschool for over thirty years. All nine of their children graduated from their home school. They currently live in Seward and have fourteen grandchildren.
Walt & Jolene are founding members of NCHEA, which was founded in 1986. All four of their children are homeschool graduates, and the Catletts now have 17 grandchildren! In addition to owning 4 Runza restaurants in south-central Nebraska, they are active in the North Platte Area Home Educators. They are passionate about the joy of home education and they love encouraging and helping homeschool families.
Danna and Patrick Swartz have volunteered with NCHEA for more than ten years. They are both involved with teaching their children in the home and work professionally as educators at Grace University and corporate training facilities, respectively. They love to work with new homeschool families to help equip them for the mission ahead.
Tim and Angi have been active in homeschool leadership for over 16 years—first in a local support group (Hastings), and then in state leadership (NCHEA). They have 3 children: Mariah, 21 & Michael, 19 that have graduated from their homeschool and Maleh, 7 who is currently homeschooling. They are excited to encourage other homeschoolers and Tim has a heart for getting fathers involved. Tim works for Crescent Electric Supply Co. in Grand Island and is an elder at their church and Angi volunteers at the YMCA and teaches Sunday School.