Categories: Lutheran Ministers | Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley, California | California State University, San Francisco, California | Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois | Northeastern Iowa Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America | Colville Name Study | Scottish Clans Project | Clan Colville | Clan Crawford.
Joelle was born in 1957 in Lost Angeles.  She graduated from Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in 1985 and moved to Wisconson where she was interim pastor at Middle and Lower Coon Valley Lutheran Lutheran from 1985-1986.
Joelle was ordained a pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church on July 6, 1986 at Grace Lutheran Church San Francisco.
She served at Hope Lutheran in Madison, WI from 1986-1989,St. John and Trinity Lutheran in Birnamwood, Wisconsin from 1989 - 1998, St. John Lutheran in Cushing Iowa from 1999-2005, Salem Lutheran in Roland from 2005 to 2010 and Ridgeway Lutheran from 2010-2013.
In 1998 she received her Doctor of Ministry at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago.
In 2013 she began working for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America as Director for Evangelica Mission in the Northeastern Iowa Synod. She moved to Waterloo and bought a house there. 
Loren was killed in a car accident in Mason City on August 1, 1999.  He is buried at Lower Coon Valley Lutheran in Stoddard, Wisconsin.
I have Scottish roots on both sides. The Colvilles who came to Illinois and Ohio in the 19th century. The Crawfords came much earlier to the Southern Colonies (17th and 18th centuries). I have ancestors who were pioneers, dirt-poor farmers, aristocrats and plantation owners who held enslaved people. I have ancestors who fought on both sides of the Civil War. I find the stories of all of them fascinating. I will often expand the tree way beyond my blood relatives because I find their stories so interesting.
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On 30 May 2018 at 10:44 GMT Maria Maxwell wrote:
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