By any definition, Glen Lundin is a hard worker.
Twenty-four years ago, Glen retired from a career in the paper manufacturing business, and soon after moved from Minnesota to Traverse City where he and his wife, Diane, acquired and operate a thriving antique shop. Glen works at the shop nearly 60 hours each week and still finds time to volunteer at Central’s Outreach Breakfast where he helps cook, serves, signs in guests, and washes dishes.
Glen is also the incoming chairperson of the church Trustee Committee, another volunteer role that Glen is taking on after being a member of this committee for several years. This committee works to keep the CUMC building and the Mosaic House functional as they oversee repair and maintenance of the buildings and grounds. Depending on the type and extent of these tasks, the committee utilizes the help of the custodial staff (Bob McCutcheon), finds professional assistance, or does the work themselves. The group meets monthly to discuss the scope of needed work and to decide the best means to complete the jobs.
In addition to Glen’s work with Central’s Community Outreach meals and the Trustee Committee, he’s been a teen youth leader and assisted with youth missions.
Glen says “At a young age my mother motivated me to serve the church through participation, and I try to do that. I love the Sunday Well/Praise Service, the music and the messages, and I’m happy that Central has a major impact in community outreach, where all our people help people in need.”
Darcy Dewling says
Thank you for taking on this new role as Trustee Chair. The church is in good hands.
glen h lundin says
Thanks, Darcy! Just means I’ll be leaning on you even more than ever. Glen