MACFM Officers, 2017
Keith Koenig, Executive Director
Director of Facilities and Administration - Hope Presbyterian Church, Richfield, MN
A Minnesota native with 14 years in the naval construction force "Seabees" and 30+ years in facility management with 6 years in public schools and the rest in church environments. Keith and wife Julie reside in Richfield, MN. Together they have a son and a daughter and 6 grandchildren. Keith is the Director of Facilities and Administration for Hope Presbyterian Church in Richfield that consists of Richfield’s main campus, and Camp Ojibway located on Rice Lake outside of Eden Valley MN. Keith is also the Facility Manager for Diamond Lake Lutheran Church located in South Minneapolis. Keith has been a member of the Minnesota Association of Church Facility Managers, “MACFM” since the beginning, one of the charter members. He served as the facilitator from the start of the organization 2003 until 2007, then became the first President of the organization in 2007. Keith currently sits on a number of active MACFM committees. He is also a member of the National Association of Church Facility Managers and is a Certified Church Facility Manager through the national organization.
Jose Moreno, President
Facility Manager Eagle brook Church Centerville/Coon Rapids, MN
I grew up on the East side of Saint Paul, attended high school at St. Paul Johnson. I enjoyed participating in a number of different sports while in high school. I graduated from the University of Northwestern (Formerly Northwestern College), with a degree in Kinesiology, Bible and Coaching. I have been married to my wife Shelly for 19 years; we are the proud parents of 4 incredible kids Kaelynn, Aleena, Isabel, and Lucas. Their interest varies from sports to art to family. I started my work life working in the metal finishing industry, then transitioned to working in facilities with Eagle Brook Church. I have been working at Eagle Brook Church for 5 years and I am currently serving as the Facility Manager of our Coon Rapids campus.
Eric Hansen, Vice-President
Facility Manager Colonial Church, Edina, MN
I am married to Karri and have 2 sons; Matt 37, married to Brittany, with Madeline 8, Lexi 6 and Charlie 4; Rick 33, married to Lauren with Leah 5 and Nathan 2. I have a B.A. from the University of Minnesota in Psychology and an M.B.A. from the College of St. Thomas. I currently work at Colonial church and am President, Hansen Business Services, LLC. My interests include music, sports and travel.
Bryce Wasiloski, Past-President
Facilities Manager, Eagle Brook Church, Woodbury, MN
I grew up in Lutsen, on the north shore of lake Superior. In 1999 I moved to the Twin cities where I started in career in restaurants, and hospitality. In 2005 I married my wife MaryBeth, and we live in Centerville. We have three daughters, Emma, Meta, and Lillian. My hobbies are vegetable gardening, and tinkering on anything mechanical. After trying work in a few different fields, in 2009 I was hired at the Eagle Brook Church in Lino Lakes as the Facilities Coordinator. In June of 2014 I moved into my current role as the Facilities Manager of our Woodbury campus. It has been a great experience working for this church, and playing a small role in our mission. Seeing people’s lives, and eternities changed has been, and continues to be an awesome thing! You just couldn’t make this stuff up. In addition to my role at the church I also serve as an on call Fire Fighter/EMT for the Centennial Fire District. This has also been a great experience for me, and am thankful for the opportunity to serve my community in this way. I was brought to MACFM by our Director of Facilities, Mark Barton. I have found the group to be helpful in many ways, and look forward to being a member for years to come.
Kurt Norman, Treasurer
Facility Manager at Eagle Brook Church - Blaine
Kurt Norman has been the Facility Manager at the Eagle Brook Church Blaine campus since February, 2016. Prior to joining the Eagle Brook staff Kurt had a career leading sales teams in the electrical and chemical industries, and as the owner of a chair manufacturing company in White Bear Lake. He was a member of the Rotary Club of White Bear Lake from 2000-2015 and served as president in 2006-2007.
Kurt’s top five Spiritual Gifts are:
His Top 5 Strengths according to Strengthfinders 2.0 are:
Kurt and his wife Penny have been married for 38 years, and have lived in the White Bear Lake area the entire time. They have three grown children and two grandsons.
Bruce McClay , Secretary
Bruce McClay Director of Facilities Calvary Church Roseville, MN
Bruce has been Director of Facilities at Calvary Church since 2004. He and his wife Connie have been married for 34 years. They have three adult children and one grandchild. He has a degree in Psychology from Bethel University and a Master of Divinity from Bethel Seminary with focus on Chaplaincy and Christian camping. He has been involved in Christian camping ministries, a snow removal business, residential construction, automotive industry, and most important raising three children. He served on a church finance and property committee and later as church Elder. He then became employed as the full-time Facilities Director at Calvary with campuses serving Roseville and White Bear Township. Bruce is a member of MACFM and NACFM.
Erik Hays, Vice-President of Membership
Facility Manager Manager - Wooddale Church, Eden Prairie, MN
I’ve been the facility manager of Wooddale Church since the summer of 2013 and have spent much of my career in construction and manufacturing before becoming a Facility Director at “Zwireless”, a nationwide Verizon cell phone retailer, and a facility manager for Wooddale Church. I received a BS degree in Business Administration from Minnesota State University in 1994, and an MA degree in Organizational Management from Concordia University in 2000. I was a Military Policemen in the Marine Corps Reserves for six years (1988-1994). I also served in the Navy Reserves as a Seabee (naval construction) at the MSP Naval Air Station (formerly known as NABSU 0196), working in the “Public Works/base support” dept. from 1998-2001. I’m the proud father of Luke and Samantha and have been married to my wonderful wife since 2004. I have lived in Iowa and South Dakota but grew up in Bloomington Minnesota. I now reside in Chanhassen. I learned of MACFM almost immediately upon joining Wooddale Church staff and have enjoyed getting to know the MACFM members and building a new network of great friends, colleagues, and professionals passionate about serving Christ.
Greg Nonweilier, Vice-President of Education
Facilities Manager - Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran, Apple Valley
Greg Nonweiler is a Minnesota native who graduated high school in Litchfield, building houses during the summers with his Shop Teacher; he attended St. Cloud AVTI for Building, Construction, Design & Estimating and worked for Mattson Steel Buildings. In 1982 Greg joined the U.S. Army and served 13 years in the U.S. Cavalry. He married his high school sweet heart in 1988, they have 2 sons Seth and Cole. When Jill and Greg decided it was time to leave the service in 1995 they chose Lakeville as their new home. Greg entered the residential remodeling industry as a carpenter. By 1998 Greg had worked his way into management and took a positon as Operations Manager for Klingelhutz Construction a new home builder in Chaska. In 2000 Greg returned to the remodeling industry with Streeter & Associates as their Production Manager where he became active in the local chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). Almost immediately he was asked to become a member of the Education Committee, in 2002 he became the Chair. During his tenure the MN-NARI Education Conference grew from 3 rooms in the St. Louis Park DoubleTree to 6 rooms and 3 ballrooms in the St. Paul River Center. Greg completed the 13 week Certified Remodeler Course in 2001 a National Certification. 2005 prompted a career change and Greg entered the Paint and Drywall Industry taking a position as Senior Estimator for MCI Paint & Drywall, a predominantly residential company. By mid-2006 he began to steer MCI away from the residential market and by early 2007 had grown MCI from a $3M company to a $9M commercial drywall company working in 5 states. A stint from 2008 – early 2011 with the Boy Scouts in what was thought to be his “Dream Job” Greg served as the Properties Director managing 3 facilities and $7M in new construction including the renovation of the 1904 Cavalry Drill Hall on Ft. Snell which is now “Base Camp”. Out of work for 20 months Greg was in the midst of greatest spiritual test of his life when a good friend recommend he look to Facilities Management as a vocation. It wasn’t long after that in Mary of 2012 that same person told Greg that the position at SOTV would be opening and he should apply.
Ann Kuntz, Vender/Affiliate Member Rep
Partner - Station 19 Archotects
Born and raised in a small town in east central WI about 50 miles from Green Bay – GO PACK!!!!! Grew up in a strong Catholic tradition as the youngest of 6 children. Went to college for Interior Design at UW-Madison and transferred into the Architecture program at the U of Minnesota in 1982. Married my college sweetheart Dan in 1989 and adopted our daughter Sophie in 1996. Have lived in the Mac-Groveland area of St. Paul since 1991. We are members of St. Thomas More Catholic Community. Went to work for Station 19 Architects in 1988 specializing in Church Architecture and Interiors. My role is managing staff, detailing, documenting, specification writing and managing construction administration. Became a Partner at Station 19 Architects in 2002. I along with my other 2 partners bought out our 3 retiring partners and now manage a staff of 6 including 4 architectural staff, 1 interior designer and an office manager.