Lori Ann Coslet - Director of First Impressions
& Office Manager
Lori Ann oversees the Guest Connections ministry ensuring all newcomers to Calvary have a positive experience and can make the next steps toward membership. She is also Office Manager. Lori Ann has an AA from Ball State University and a Certification for Administrative Professionals from the International Association of Administrative Professionals.
Fun Facts About Lori Ann:
Family: Husband Tim, two married daughters, and two dogs (an English Settler and a Pug)
Biggest influences: My grandmother, Leona Uriss - She exemplified the hands and feet of Jesus; my parents, who were the embodiment of hospitality; my husband who encourages me to do more than I think I can.
Music in my car: I was raised in a musical family, and I enjoy a variety of music. I love Pandora! I listen to contemporary Christian and worship music, Sevenglory, Daniel Doss, Fernando Ortega, Jason Gray, Chris Tomlin, Alexi Murdoch, Jack Johnson, Of Monsters and Men, Jedinstvo (my brother's band), Folk and Irish music, and Moody Radio 90.1fm, to name a few.
Favorite Word: Forgiven
Least favorite word: Misuse of the Lord's name and racial slurs
Sounds and Noise I love: Birds singing on a fresh spring morning, sitting up front during worship and hearing all the voices singing behind me. Sometimes I just stop singing and enjoy listening to everyone else.
Noise I hate: squeaky brakes, high pitched barking yappy dogs
Favorite Movies: The Family Man, Last of the Mohicans, Memoirs of a Geisha. On TV, Seinfeld and The Andy Griffith Show are my all-time favorites.
Favorite books: Bible, my mom's cookbooks with her handwritten notes, all the books my children have given me, and books on leadership, small farming, gardening and pugs.
Spare Time: Walking in the woods, reading, gardening, biking, just spending time with my husband and pups!
Best invention: Smartphones, hot running water and a whirlpool bathtub.
Another profession I’d like to try: I love what I am doing! But, if I could do anything, I might want to be a tour guide in Europe.
A profession I never want to try: Surgeon
Passions: Doing things well, seeing a broken life restored, and for God to receive the glory for all things.
Biggest frustrations: When people litter and when people interrupt. When hearts are hardened to the Gospel.
When I get to heaven I want to hear God say: "Well done. Now go have a reunion with your family."