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Lory’s Place Welcomes New Board

Three New Members Recently Joined the Board of Lory’s Place

kris-weberKris Weber is a recently retired elementary physical education teacher from Lakeshore Public Schools. Kris’ hobbies include running, singing in two choirs, travel, cheering loudly for the Green Bay Packers, and spending time with her family, including grandchildren Hailey and Caleb. Kris was one of the first facilitators at Lory’s Place, and has helped at Camp Lifetimes in the past. She also served as a leader for the Lakeshore Public Schools Crisis team. In addition to her new role as board member, Kris currently serves on the Lory’s Place Crew.

 

 

 

larry-weberLarry Weber retired from American Electric Power last year. In the past, Larry served as the Senior Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer of American Electric Power, overseeing both power plants at D.C. Cook Station in Bridgman. He also chaired the Nuclear Security Organization, responsible for all nuclear power plant security in the country. In his free time, Larry enjoys golf, saltwater aquariums, photography, and spending time with his family. Larry served as a volunteer for Lory’s Place during the first six years of its existence, and looks forward to becoming more involved with the organization throughout the next chapter of his life.

 

 

shane-petersShane Peters currently serves as the Superintendent of Bridgman Public Schools. After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Alma College, Shane served his community through the Berrien and Ottawa County Sherriff’s department, and as a Muskegon County Friend of the Court. In the summer of 1996, he began his career in education as the Student Services Director at the Ottawa Area Intermediate School District’s Careerline Tech Center. He earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership at Grand Valley State University, and later served as principle for two different high schools before accepting his current position in 2011. Shane and his wife, Jill, have three boys – Cullen, Logan, and Tanner. When he is not attending one of his sons’ athletic events, Shane enjoys officiating Michigan High School Athletic Association sporting events throughout the area.


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