• don hansen,


    Don and his wife, Laurie, have four adult children and three grandchildren. They have attended Emmanuel Fellowship since 2009. Don is owner of Nu-Trend Homes in Omaha. Don has served in the Sunday morning prayer group, Christ-Life Solution and as a Sunday School Teacher. Don’s heart for Emmanuel Fellowship is small group ministry for the body, paying off the church’s debt and reaching out to the widows, orphans and poor. Don has served as an Elder sine 2011.

  • joe kleymann

    vice chairman

    Joe and his wife, Keenan, have two adult children and four grandchildren. They have attended Emmanuel Fellowship since 2007. Joe is currently a machinist. He serves as an Usher and is a leader in the Men’s ministry. Joe’s heart is to see God breathe life back into lives that are like the dry bones spoken of in Ezekiel 37. He is privileged and honored to serve the Lord and partner with Him in the work of God’s Kingdom. 

  • ron stevens


    Ron and his wife, Deb, have three adult children. They have attended Emmanuel Fellowship since 2000. Ron is in Medical Equipment Sales with GE Healthcare. He currently serves as an Usher Team Captain and with preparation of communion. He has previously served in coordinating the annual church picnic, youth ministries and youth basketball camp. Ron’s heart for Emmanuel Fellowship is much like the promise God made to the Israelites when He said the Promised Land was theirs for the taking, He has a promise for us and we need to be like Joshua and Caleb as obedient believers who will not be fearful in pursuing what God has in store for us. (Numbers 13:30)

  • jan coppock


    Jan and his wife, Juanita, have four children and five grandchildren. They have attended Emmanuel Fellowship since 2001. Jan is a

    Sheetmetal worker and a welder/fabricator. He previously

    served with his wife as a greeter for a year, taught the 4th and 5th grade girls for 3 years and the served on the YMCA outreach for 4 years. Jan has been serving on the usher team for over 11 years as well. Jan has seen the men of Emmanuel Fellowship stepping up, stepping out and coming together. Jan’s heart is to build each other up, to hold one another accountable in God’s grace and truth in due time. He would like to see Emmanuel’s people committed to the Lord and to each other, God will take these living stones and build His church.


    John and his wife, Leah, have two adult children and one grandchild. They have attended Emmanuel Fellowship since the beginning. John is a ministry consultant and a Spanish language translator. He has served as an Elder, helps with teaching Sunday school, a mission committee member, serves on the ministry team, and is the healing meeting leader. John’s heart for Emmanuel Fellowship is to have more spirit filled ministry and continue to nurture/enable people into ministry. John has served as an Elder from 1999-2002, 2004-2009, 2011-2012 and is currently an elder.


    Troy and his wife, Angela, have been attending Emmanuel Fellowship for 14 years. He has 2 children, and is a Plant Superintendent at Ready Mix Concrete. Troy has been an interim Sr. High Youth leader, and is currently serving as a Youth leader. He has a heart for Emmanuel Fellowship to become a peculiar people, a people who are uncomfortable with normal Christianity and desire true intimacy with our Creator. 


    Mark and his wife, Deb, have 2 children and 8 grandchildren. They have attended Emmanuel Fellowship since 2004. Mark has been involved at Emmanuel Fellowship in a number of ways, including: Sunday School Teacher, Prayer Team leader, previous Elder Board member, and he is involved in the Men's Ministry. Mark's heart is that Emmanuel Fellowship abide in the vine, and it in us (John 15:5). He believes that Emmanuel Fellowship is positioned to leverage the great heritage of the Word and the Holy Spirit towards the next expression of who the Lord would have us to be.

  • larry quigley

    Larry Quigley has four adult children and ten grandchildren. His wife (of 60 years) Rita, passed away in April of 2015. Larry has attended Emmanuel Fellowship since 2003. Larry is currently retired. He has been a former Elder and is involved in the weekly prayer meeting, the YMCA ministry on Saturday mornings, and monthly game night at the church. Larry’s heart for Emmanuel Fellowship is to see a new manifestation of the spirit of the Lord as a church corporately and individually also.