Board of Directors

Lynette Auch – President – and her husband, Douglas, are the parents of two grown, homeschooled children, Crystal and Zachary. Crystal and her husband, Marcus Snearley (serving in the US Navy), are parents to their son, Isaac, and daugther, Lheia. Lynette has been active in LFL since 1985, helping to form and charter Southeast South Dakota LFL and the South Dakota State Federation. She has served on the board of directors of LFL of South Dakota since 1993 and as state president since 1997. One of her biggest achievements in the pro-life movement has been her involvement in the groundwork and fundraising for an ultrasound machine gifted to a local crisis pregnancy center, with on-going fundraising for the continuation of this ultrasound ministry. Lynette received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Mount Marty College, Yankton, South Dakota, in 1990 and has worked as a staff RN at the Women’s Center of Avera Sacred Heart Hospital, Yankton, since then. Lynette and Douglas formerly worked with the South Dakota team of Ongoing Ambassadors for Christ, the local organizations of 4-H, and the Yankton Area Ice Association. They attend St. John’s Lutheran Church, Yankton, and are active in the church music team, church council, and Bible studies.



Rev. Everette E. Greene – Vice President – was born in Baltimore, Maryland, where he grew up. He attended Concordia College, Bronxville, New York, from 1979-1983, where he received a Bachelor of Arts Degree. He went on from there to attend Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, from 1983-1985 at which time he left school to help his then ailing parents. After leaving school he had various jobs, most involving his occupational second love, driving. He drove everything from armored cars to armored tractor-trailers, regular tractor-trailers, and finally motor coaches (charter buses). During this time his mother went on to her eternal rest in 1987. His father has had many strokes but is now doing well. In 1997 he met Rhonda Sherrice Smith and her daughter Paige. He and Rhonda were married on Christmas Eve that same year. In the summer of 2000 he returned to his studies, this time at Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana. After completing his classroom preparation, he was assigned to Ebenezer Lutheran Church-Greensboro, NC. There he served as Vicar for a year. He received his Master of Arts in Theology in 2003. In April 2003, he received his call to be pastor at St. Philip Lutheran Church, Chattanooga, Tennessee. He was ordained in June 2003 in Baltimore, Maryland. He was installed as pastor at St. Philip in July 2003. In January 2006 he became pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Cincinnati, Ohio.


Sheila Page, D.O. – Secretary – is board certified in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy, and treats a wide spectrum of patients from the newborn to the elderly, including patients with irreversible and terminal illness. Dr. Page has a special interest in children with disabilities, particularly those whose burden of care is difficult and who have been given little hope for a better quality of life.

“The care and protection of the most vulnerable among us is a responsibility I take personally. I am especially interested in treating difficult illnesses, offering a chance for healing and comfort to those who have lost hope. I am a strong advocate of fostering the individual doctor-patient relationship and preserving the integrity of medicine.” 

The impact of politics on the medical profession and the physician-patient relationship has been a recent focus of Dr. Page’s efforts. Her interests include policy related to maintaining the integrity of independent physician practices, end of life issues, sanctity of life, and access to care for the severely ill. Dr. Page serves on several medical committees and participates with a variety of advocacy groups. Dr. Page is president of the Texas chapter of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, and is vice president of the Texas Osteopathic Medical Association District II Chapter. She is also founding chair of the Fort Worth Osteopathic Study Group. Dr. Page is a national board member of Lutherans for Life, and serves on the advisory council for Grace House Ministries in Weatherford, Texas.

Dr. Page received her Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from the University of North Texas Health Science Center/Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1992, after which she completed an additional year of training as an Undergraduate Teaching Fellow specializing in Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy. Following an internship at Northeast Community Hospital, Dr. Page practiced family medicine for seven years while working on her board certification in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. She has been practicing and developing her skills in that specialty for the last 15 years, and currently has a private solo practice serving the Fort Worth area. Dr. Page works on referrals by word of mouth only and makes house calls for patients with advanced disabilities.

She graduated with a B.S. in Biochemistry at Texas A&M University in 1986 and then spent a year doing cancer research at MD Anderson Research Center in Smithville, Texas. She continued to do cell biology research while in medical school and has several scientific publications. Her recent publication, appearing in the Fall 2015 edition of Issues in Law and Medicine, is entitled, “The Neuroanatomy and Physiology of Pain Perception in the Developing Human.”

Sheila has been married for 25 years to Ray Page, D.O., Ph.D., oncologist, and has five children, ages 9-22, which she has primarily home schooled. She lives in Aledo, Texas, and is active in the St. Paul Lutheran Church. She has donated services to the Sudanese refugees who are living in the Dallas Fort Worth area. She loves gardening in her spare time.


Ronald L. Soule – Treasurer – and his wife, Diana, have lived together in Mason, Michigan, since they were married in 1973. They have three adult daughters: Tina in Dewitt, Michigan; Tracy in Oakwood Hills, Illinois; and Tereasa in Oakwood Hills, Illinois. They also have ten grandchildren. They have been members of St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Holt since the early 1970s. Ron has been a member of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod since he was baptized at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Battle Creek, Michigan in 1957. He has a degree in bank management from Lansing Community College and later completed the National Commercial Lending School at the University of Oklahoma. Ron retired as president and CEO of SSB Bank, a small community bank headquartered in Stockbridge, Michigan in 2011, after 41 years in banking in Ingham County, Michigan. Since then, he volunteered in local Christian ministries. In 2012, he was elected as the treasurer and member of the board of directors of the Friendship House MSU—a Lutheran ministry to international students (and their families) attending Michigan State University. In 2012, he also joined the board of directors of Youth Haven, Inc., a Christian non-profit organization that has ranches for underprivileged and disadvantaged youth in mid-Michigan and southern Arizona. Mr. Soule currently serves as chairman of the finance, compensation, and investment committee and also as the chairman of the audit committee at Youth Haven, Inc. He also serves as president of St. Matthew Lutheran Church (LCMS) in Holt, Michigan, and has served as the treasurer of the Ingham South Chapter of the Gideons International since 2008. Ron believes, as Christians, it is a blessing for us to give of our time, talents, and treasures in serving the Lord. Ron and his family have been involved with short term missions in foreign countries—including short term mission trips to Germany, India, Kenya, the Peoples’ Republic of China, Nicaragua, Mexico, and South Africa. (Ron also spent 12 months of his 33 month enlistment in Korea in the U.S. Army in 1968-1969.). Ron says he is “thankful to our Lord Jesus Christ who gave His own life to save me from my sins and that by being baptized and believing in Him as my Savior, I have the assurance of everlasting life with Him and my Gracious Father in Heaven.”


Diane Albers – State Representative – and her husband, Mike, are the parents of three children. Tim is an engineer and with his wife, Jackie, gave Mike and Diane their grandsons, Drennon and Quentin. Bethany is a middle school teacher at Christ Community Lutheran School in Kirkwood and Justin works for a company that fixes generators for nuclear power plants. Diane helped organize the South St. Louis chapter of LFL and served as president. She served on the LFL of Missouri board of directors as eastern coordinator and chapter development coordinator before becoming president in 1994. Diane has taught grades pre-k through freshman English during her teaching career, but is currently retired and substituting. Mike teaches math and coaches golf at Lutheran South High School in Saint Louis and is the sponsor for Lancers For Life.


Rev. Chris Brademeyer is pastor of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Oakes, North Dakota. He also serves as the president of North Dakota Lutherans For Life. He is married to Katherine, a registered nurse. They have been blessed with three sons: Matthew, Lucas, and August. He was awarded a Bachelor of the Arts degree in 2008 by North Dakota State University and a Master of Divinity degree in 2013 by Luther Seminary.


Bethany Campbell is a graduate student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign studying European Union Studies. She is originally from Wenona, Illinois—a very small town where her father is a pastor. In 2015, she graduated from Saint Louis University (SLU) with a Bachelor’s degree in political science, international studies, and Russian studies. During her time at SLU, she served a year as the vice president of SLU Students for Life. From 2015 to 2016, she was a Free to be Faithful Young Adult Ambassador for the LCMS, which involved writing and speaking out on religious liberty, marriage and life issues. She currently works for LCMS U (the LCMS campus ministry organization) as the Chapter and Network Developer. She attends University Lutheran Church, the LCMS campus ministry at the University of Illinois, and she loves volunteering at Living Alternatives Pregnancy Resource Center in Champaign. Bethany is married to  Gunnar Campbell.


Rev. Dr. Dennis R. Di Mauro holds a BA (1986) from the College of William and Mary, an MBA (1991) from George Mason University, a Master’s of Arts in Religion (2006) from Reformed Theological Seminary, and a PhD from the Catholic University of America (2012) in Church History and Sacramental Theology. He teaches religion at St. Paul Lutheran Seminary, serves on the Younger Theologian Colloquy of the North American Lutheran Church (NALC), and has also taught at Marymount University and Washington Bible College. Dr. Di Mauro has been active in the pro-life movement for over twenty years, serving as the president of Northern Virginia Lutherans for Life; on the board of Assist Pregnancy Center, Annandale, VA; and as Secretary of the National Pro-Life Religious Council. He is the author of A Love for Life (Wipf and Stock, 2008), as well as numerous articles and reviews in such periodicals as Anglican and Episcopal History, Lutheran Forum, Lutheran Witness, First Things, Higher Things, Homiletic and Pastoral Review, and Touchstone. He currently serves as Pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church (NALC), Warrenton, Virginia. Before his ordination in 2013, Dennis served as an officer in the U.S. Army Reserve and worked for 25 years in the telecommunications and IT industries at companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Unisys, and Nortel. He has been married for 27 years to his wife Coco and they have three grown daughters, Zoey, Lucy, and Veronica.


John Eidsmoe is a retired Air Force Lt. Colonel, a retired Alabama State Defense Force Colonel, and a Mississippi State Guard Colonel and Chaplain, and a graduate of the Air Command & Staff College and the Air War College. He is Professor of Law at the Oak Brook College of Law and Government Policy and in his various teaching assignments his students have given him the Outstanding Professor Award or Prof of the Year Award five times. He has served as Senior Staff Attorney with the Alabama Supreme Court and is currently Senior Counsel & Resident Scholar for the Foundation for Moral Law. He is an ordained pastor with the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations and serves on the Board of Lutherans for Life, on the Board of the Plymouth Rock Foundation, and on the Board of the Gospel Martial Arts Union, and is a constitutional attorney who has defended home schools, Christian schools, the right of students to study the Bible in public schools, and the right to display the Ten Commandments in the public arena. He has authored 14 books, including Historical & Theological Foundations of Law, Christianity & the Constitution, God & Caesar, and Columbus & Cortez, and has produced numerous audio and video lecture albums including The Institute on the Constitution and Here I Stand: A Biblical Worldview for a New Millennium. He holds seven academic degrees in law, theology, history, and political science. A lifelong student of the Crusades, he is a Knight Commander and Chaplain for the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem. He is a Third Degree Black Belt with the American Taekwondo Foundation, a Fifth Degree Black Belt with the Gospel Martial Arts Union, and a Fifth Degree Black Belt with Black Belts of the Faith International. Colonel Eidsmoe is an avid horseman and skier, and tries to get 8 hours of sleep every week. He and his wife Marlene have been married since 1970, have three children (David, Kirsten, and Justin) and live in rural Pike Road, Alabama.



Renee Gibbs is, first and foremost, a daughter of the King! She is the wife of Dr. Jeff Gibbs who teaches at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, where they have lived since 1992. Renee has earned advance degrees both in Special Education (Webster University) and in Theology (Concordia Seminary). A leading pro-life advocate, Renee speaks out on behalf of the unborn and in love for those women who have been wounded by abortion. She frequently speaks on life issues to groups and seminary classes, encouraging students in their future roles as pastors and leaders. Renee participates in regular prayer vigils at Planned Parenthood. She and Jeff serve as advisors for the Concordia Seminary Life Team. She advised the Teens for Life group at Lutheran High, St. Charles County, Missouri, taking teens to Washington, DC, for the March for Life every year since 1997. Renee leads numerous Bible studies and mentoring groups for seminary wives. She also speaks at retreats and other functions for Christian women. She has led many seminary mission trips to Guatemala. Renee taught and consulted in Special Education for 18 years. The Gibbses have four grown children and ten grandchildren.


Hilary Haak is blessed to have the best vocation in the world: Mom. Adelin Jean was born to Nathan and Hilary on February 11, 2018. Before Adelin, Hilary served as mission and ministry director of Lutherans For Life. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in music from Concordia University, Nebraska, in 2014. While at Concordia, Hilary founded a life-affirming student organization called Bulldogs For the Unborn, now Bulldogs For Life, and served as its president until she graduated. Before joining the national staff of Lutherans For Life, Hilary worked as an admissions assistant at a classical Lutheran school in Houston, Texas, and as a full-time nanny for a family in St. Louis, Missouri. Nathan, Hilary, and Adelin attend Village Lutheran Church, Ladue, Missouri, and are looking forward to the gift of many more children, Lord willing.


Stephenie Hovland is a mother to two grown daughters, wife of a Lutheran pastor, church musician, Lutheran school teacher, speaker, and professional writer. She has been involved with Lutherans For Life for several years, mostly at the national board level. She currently teaches language arts to middle school students at St. John's Lutheran School in Portage, Wisconsin, where her husband is senior pastor.


Deaconess Tiffany Manor is married to Rev. Jonathan Manor. The Lord has blessed the Manors with four children: Marissa, Grant, Grace and Melia. They live in New Hartford, Connecticut. Deaconess Tiffany is called by the New England District of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod and serves church workers and congregations as the Deaconess for Human Care. The New England District has shared her with Lutheran Friends of the Deaf, a Mill Neck organization, where she serves as a Deaf Missions Facilitator. Previously she served congregations in Michigan and Illinois, as well as Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. After a first career in business, B.A. in Marketing, and studying in a MBA program, Deaconess Tiffany received a M.A. from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana.


Rev. Charles St-Onge serves the Lord through The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) in the Latin America region. In his role as an area facilitator for this region, Charles helps strengthen Christ’s work in the Cayman Islands, Jamaica and Puerto Rico. He assists with theological education, evangelist and deaconess training and translation of materials. Charles also provides spiritual care for the missionaries on the ground in those countries. Charles was born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada; a master’s degree from Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada; and his Master of Divinity from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne. He has served as a pastor at St. Mark Lutheran Church, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania, as executive director of Philadelphia Lutheran Ministries, and as an associate pastor at Memorial Lutheran Church in Houston, Texas. Charles and his wife, Deborah, have two daughters, Olivia and Sophia.