John Holman has been a member at Park Hills since 2011. He was saved by grace at a young age and strives to walk daily in obedience to God and to be a willing and faithful servant. John is a retired insurance broker. He and his wife, Jan, have three adult children and 7 grandchildren.
Aaron Kaney has always considered Park Hills his church home. He was dedicated as a child here, was baptized here and was married to Amanda here over ten years ago. He and Amanda have a daughter, Ainsley. He is an Assistant State’s Attorney in Carroll County and Amanda is a teacher in Forreston. He enjoys time with family, being outdoors and challenging himself with new adventures.
Karl Kastning committed his life to Jesus Christ as a teenager. He and his wife, Donna, have been married for 43 years. They've attended Park Hills since the mid-1970s and became members under John Struhbar’s pastoral ministry. They have two children, Lindsey and Lucas, as well as three grandchildren, Lydia, Kohen and Ruben. Karl has served two terms on the general board and is in his second term as elder. He loves Philippians 3:13-14 and tries to live it out.
Bill Kuhlemeier is happily married to Heidie and together they have four children: Joseph, Ella, Abigail and Lola Grace. They live on a family farm in Pearl City where he farms and repairs Ag equipment. These “hobbies” happen to be what provides for the family! Bill also serves on Park Hills' sermon planning team.
Craig Pauls is originally from Richland Center, WI. While he has always believed in Jesus, his faith grew and became more tangible in high school and college. A local chiropractor, Craig met his wife, Kiley, while in school. They moved here after getting married (she's from Lanark) and have three children, Brayden, Jameson and Campbell. He has served in various leadership capacities at Park Hills for the past several years.
Gary Quinn and his wife Patty have been members of Park Hills since 2013. They have two children and 4 grandchildren. Gary is a banker and enjoys history, apologetics and strangely, economics. Gary comes from a conservative evangelical background and has taught adult Sunday school for many years.
Gary Ross and his wife Lee began attending Park Hills in 1993 and joined shortly thereafter. He made a public profession of faith when he was sixteen. Gary has served at PH as a Frontline volunteer, on the mission and general boards, two terms as an elder, and is presently serving in Awana. Gary and Lee reside in the house he grew up in in German Valley. Gary is a semi-retired farmer and manager of a small trucking company. They have been blessed with two children – Ben and Audra – and five grandchildren.