Tim Vogel

Tim Vogel was born in Miami, Florida where he attended St. Matthews Lutheran School from Kindergarten through 6th grade.  In 1997, his family moved to Manning, Iowa.  He attended Manning Community School from 1997-2003.  He joined the Army National Guard in 2002 and attended Basic Training and AIT at Ft. Benning, GA in 2003.  He began college at Concordia University in Nebraska in the fall of 2004 before being called to serve in Afghanistan.  Tim served as an infantryman in Afghanistan from June 2004 through June 2005.  He went back to Concordia University, Nebraska in 2005.  At Concordia he participated in Track and Field and completed his student teaching at Seward Middle School and Milford High School.  He met his wife, Nicole at Concordia in 2005.  He completed his Bachelor’s degree in K-12 Health, and Physical Education in 2009.  

Tim’s first call was to Faith Lutheran School in Marietta, Georgia in 2009.  At Faith Lutheran School he worked as a PK2-8th grade physical education teacher and middle school athletic director.  After 5 years at Faith Lutheran School he moved back to Seward, Nebraska for a his wife to complete her Master’s degree and teach at Concordia University.  From 2014-2016 he worked as a corrections officer at the Lancaster County Adult Detention Facility in Lincoln, Nebraska.  In 2016 he received a call to teach at Yuma Lutheran School in Yuma, Arizona.  He taught religion, health, physical education, and history at Yuma Lutheran School during the 2016-2017 school year.  He also served as the assistant athletic director for Yuma Lutheran Middle School.

Tim and Nicole have 4 children; Caden, Adelyn, Elia, and Barrett.  He continues to serve in the Army National Guard and will be transferring to the Nebraska or Iowa National Guard.  Tim enjoys family time, running, all sports, skiing, hunting, and cooking.