Tyler is a Physician’s Assistant. He and his wife Kim, part-time Logos sixth grade teacher, have three children at Logos and one graduate.
Benjamin attended Logos from 7-12th grade and graduated in 1998. He studied religion and theology at Walla Walla College until starting his dental education at Loma Linda School of Dentistry in the graduating class of 2005. While in school he married Stacey, and after graduation returned to Moscow excited about rejoining the community. Ben and Stacey have three children, two at Logos and one a few years out from starting.
Joe Casebolt -On Sabbatical
Joe attended Logos from third grade through graduation in 1996. He went on to get a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Idaho, and is currently working as a Senior Software Engineer at Schweitzer Engineering Labs in Pullman, Washington. He has been happily married to Paula (Class of ’94) since 2000. The couple have all four of their children attending Logos.
Andrew is the Chief Executive Officer of EMSI. Since joining as the third employee in 2001, he has turned the small consulting firm into a well-recognized company that currently employs over 80 people in the US and the UK. In 2012, Mr. Crapuchettes orchestrated the sale of EMSI to CareerBuilder, and he is actively building the company under the new ownership. Mr. Crapuchettes has helped start several other organizations, including Sabbath House, findfish.com, and Populi Inc., and also serves as a trustee of New Saint Andrew’s College in Moscow, Idaho. He and his wife Elise are the parents of three current Logos elementary students.
Bruce and Anita are the parents of three Logos graduates who have all gone on to the University of Alabama — Tyler (’10), McKenzie (’12), and Jameson (’14), — and Preston, a current Logos Senior. Bruce currently serves as the Vice President of Product Management at EMSI. Prior to EMSI, Bruce held leadership positions at Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru), in higher education, and has also helped start a West Coast-based green building company that focused on LEED-certified homes. Bruce also serves as a deacon at Trinity Reformed Church in Moscow.
Deacon and Amy have all four of their children attending Logos. Deacon attended Logos from kindergarten through graduation in 1998.
Ric and Kim have one child currently attending Logos and two graduates, attending Carroll College in Montana. Ric serves the Palouse as a physician for Moscow/Pullman OB/GYN.
Marc and Nancy are the parents of four Logos graduates (Luke (’01), Bekah (’02), Andrew (’05), and Ryan (’10)). Marc works at UI conducting forestry research. Nancy taught Pre-school at Logos until her retirement last year.
Toby Sumpter -Ex Officio
Toby received a B.A. in Liberal Arts and Culture at New St. Andrews College in Moscow and an M.A. in Theological Studies from Erskine Theological Seminary in South Carolina. He serves as one of the pastors of Trinity Reformed Church in Moscow. He married Jenny, his high school sweetheart in 2000, and they have four children at Logos.
Douglas Wilson -Chairman
Douglas and his wife Nancy have three children, Bekah (’94) , Nathan (’96), and Rachel (’98), and seventeen grandchildren, many of whom are attending Logos. Douglas is a pastor at Christ Church and is a senior fellow of theology at New St. Andrews College. He has written numerous books and is the editor of the on-line magazine Credenda/Agenda.
Nathan (Class of ‘96) and his wife, Heather, have five children attending Logos. He himself went K-12 at Logos and can tell many wondrous stories (both true and untrue) about Mr. Kohl, Mr. Nance, Mr. Struble, Mr. Garfield, and (of course) Mr. Whitling’s first year of coaching basketball. He already owes Logos a great debt of gratitude for all that the school has done for him, and is thrilled to see even more being given to his children.