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He is married to Shawn Samuelson Henry and they are parents to Atticus, Haven, and Whittier Henry. An avid reader, Peter is currently working on Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand and The Inferno. When not at work, Peter is most likely at home playing in the backyard with children, doing Legos in the basement, or out training for his next marathon and maybe someday his first email@example.com
Sue has been a member of GPMC since 1989. She has served as an elder, a deacon, and has been a member of four councils. She’s been a lay reader, a bible teacher, a dinner dean, a middle school adviser, and chaired a PW church fair. She joined our staff, part-time, in 2011.
When not organizing or at an outreach event, you are likely to find Sue in a classroom in Grosse Pointe or Harper Woods as a substitute teacher. In her free time, Sue loves spending time with family: especially her husband, Bob, and her grown “kids”: Justin, Marissa and Alex. Traveling, reading, home projects, and yoga are a few other interests. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to help answer the question “What’s MY outreach?”
Jim joined the GPMC staff in August 2010. He grew up in Nebraska and earned Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Northwestern University. He also holds the Fellowship certificate of the American Guild of Organists, winning the prize for receiving the highest score on the examination in 1986. Before coming to Grosse Pointe, he directed music programs at Catholic cathedrals in Hartford, Connecticut, and St. Paul, Minnesota. He is a published ASCAP composer with many pieces of organ and choral music sung and played in churches across the country. His wife, Marilyn, is also an accomplished organist, church musician, and published composer; in addition, she enjoys hymn text writing. They have one daughter, Laura, who graduated from the University of Chicago in 2012. email@example.com.
Sarah Godbehere joined the GPMC staff as Associate Pastor for Youth and their Families in 2014. She received her Master of Divinity from Yale Divinity School in 2014, and has also earned a Master of Science in Education from the City College of New York and a Bachelor of Arts from Williams College. Before beginning preparation for ministry, Sarah worked as a high school special education teacher and as a professional dancer. In all of her careers, Sarah has thoroughly enjoyed working with teenagers because of their passion, their willingness to ask hard questions, and their boundless energy.
Sarah’s husband, Caleb, is a music theorist specializing in intellectual history. In her free time, Sarah enjoys hiking, reading, and knitting.
Carol Beltz Marks is the Director of Pastoral Ministries at GPMC. She was called by Grosse Pointe Memorial Church and has been in pastoral ministry here for 28 years. “This congregation is filled with inspiring and loving people. They share their spiritual gifts with faith and care.” Her family, husband Rich, daughter and son in- law Mary & Jeff Edwards, son & daughter in- law, Mike & Caroline Marks and son Peter and nine grandchildren, Emma, Matthew, Ally, Lucy, Charlie, Henry, Will, Rosie and Oliver is a constant source of joy. If Carol is not at Grosse Pointe Memorial Church, you can most likely find her enjoying family, playing with grandchildren or hiking.
Jim Schultz, CPA joined GPMC in January 2014 as the Director of Finance and Operations. He enjoys working closely with fellow staff members on Finance and Building projects. Jim graduated from Walsh College with a Bachelors degree in Accounting. His 33 years of accounting experience includes many years as Controller of a software engineering firm. He also held similar roles at two large insurance agencies subsequent to gaining public accounting experience after graduation. He served as a volunteer Treasurer for Christ the King Church in GP Woods for 8 years. His wife, Linda works nearby at GP South High School. They have two children, Bradley, a personal trainer and Cameron who is a senior at GP South. Jim loves to play hockey in the winter, while bike riding and bass fishing in the area and up north with friends during the warmer months. firstname.lastname@example.org