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State legislator

Lowen Kruse is a politician from the U.S. state of Nebraska From 2001 to 2009, he represented the 13th District, consisting of part of Omaha, Nebraska, in the Nebraska Legislature.

Background

Kruse, Lowen was born in 1929 in Nebraska, United States.

Education

Kruse was born in 1929, in Boelus, Nebraska, and graduated from Boelus High School, Nebraska Wesleyan University, and Garrett Theological Seminary at Northwestern University with a master’s degree.

Career

Former executive minister Omaha First United Methodist Church. Former director ministries Nebraska United Methodist Churches. Former superintendent churches North-East Nebraska.

Former pastor Custer & Douglas Companies, Buffalo. Former employee Railroad Wheelhouse. Former program participant Madd & Various Community Development, Adult Education & Youth Work.

Former board trustees Methodist Hospital, Uno Campus Ministry, Together Inc., Wesley House, Crowell Home, Nebraska Wesleyan University. Pastoral worker Omaha District, United Methodist Churches. Retired, 1994; consultant New Church Development.

State senate Nebraska. State senator District 13, since 2000. Member Appropriations Committee.

Connections

Married Ruth Kruse; children: Doug, Jorika.

spouse:
Ruth Kruse

children:
Jorika Kruse

Doug Kruse