Senior Pastor, Rev. Kent A, Lundy
Rev. Lundy has been under Episcopal appointment since 1988. He comes to us after having served in a variety of United Methodist Churches in various roles in Kansas and Northeast Indiana.  He is married to Rev. Dr. Marti Lundy who has been appointed to Huntington Evangelical UMC since 2000 (she will continue to be their Pastor).  They both are graduates of Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary.  Kent graduated from the United Methodist related Southwestern College in Winfield, KS.

Kent is a Major in the United States Air Force, serving as a traditional Indiana Air National Guard member of the 122nd Fighter Wing at the Fort Wayne International Airport as a United Methodist Endorsed Chaplain.  He is a Veteran having served in both Operation Enduring Freedom and Freedom's Sentential. 

Marti and Kent are the honored parents of Joshua and Nathan.  Joshua is fulltime at the 122nd in Aircrew Flight Equipment and a student at IPFW.  Nathan is a senior at Butler.

On a personal note, Kent is a fan of the Kansas City Chiefs and the University of Kansas basketball.  One fun fact, is that Kent was born on the same day as the United Methodist Church!  Kent is excited to begin this shared adventure!

Associate Pastor, Rev. Douglas Lucker
Doug Lucker was appointed Associate Pastor to Churubusco UMC in June 2014, after graduating License to Preach on May 2014.  He is currently in process with the UM Local Pastor Course of Study.

Doug was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1948, the oldest of six children; graduated R. Nelson Snider High School in Ft. Wayne in 1967.  He married Angie Smith on May 22, 1971, and they have a daughter, Jill, who is career Air Force. 

He served in the United States Marine Corps from 1968-69, medically retired due to wounds; graduated from IPFW December 1974 with a BS in Management; sworn in Ft. Wayne Police Department on January 17, 1975; graduated from FBI National Academy in March 1995; and retired in December 2010 as Deputy Chief with the Ft. Wayne Police Department. 

Hobbies that Doug enjoys are hunting, fishing, trapping, gardening, reading, and keeping bees.  His joys are doing ministry, retired wife, and two grandchildren.