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Interim Minister: Rev. David E. Ellis (office hours vary)

Rev. David Ellis came to ECC in May, 2018. He was born in Louisville and spent his childhood near Bardstown, Kentucky.  He holds two Master’s Degrees from Webster University in St. Louis and spent most of his career in healthcare.  David has been an ordained minister for 44 years.  He received his theological education from Louisville Seminary, University of The South School of Theology, and Lexington Theological Seminary.  He and his spouse currently reside in Cincinnati.  David has a grown son, Aaron, who works for WAVE-TV in Louisville.

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Secretary:  Judy Krusling  (office hours:  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 8:30-1:30)

Judy began working at ECC September 2, 2015.  She is a life-long Erlanger resident.  Judy is a graduate of Lloyd High School, NKU and Xavier University.  She taught from 1976 until 2013 at the elementary level for Boone County Schools.  Judy and her husband Tony are members of Ft. Mitchell Baptist Church.  They have one son, Theron, and 3 grandchildren:  Levi, Evelyn, Theodore.

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Organist: Dottie Durham

Dottie has been the organist at Erlanger Christian for 40 years.  She is originally from Lima, Ohio, and graduated from Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky with a major in Elementary Education and a minor in music performance.  She retired after 27 years of teaching for Walton Verona and Erlanger Elsmere Schools.

Choir Director: Ron Durham

Ron is a graduate of Transylvania University and received his masters in music from Northern Kentucky University.   He was the choral director at Lloyd Memorial High School from 1973-2001.

He presently teaches part-time at Covington Catholic High School and enjoys directing our very talented church choir.


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