came to Upper Missouri Ministries in the fall of
2004. He is married to Dana and they have three children. They live in
Williston where they enjoy taking walks to the park, going camping, and
enjoying the activities their children enjoy.
Dana is the owner/Operator of Little Muddy Gifts in downtown Williston.
Nick's duties include
working with the Board of Directors to discover the vision God has for UMM.
Also, he is the primary person responsible for fundraising, human resources and
Holle Sichelstiel is the office director that will greet you with her voice on the phone or by her keyboard via email. Holle is responsible in areas of registration, marketing, and communication.
A Montana native that currently resides in Sidney, Holle brings with her experience in the Hotel industry and her passion to help kids experience camp just like her children.
Keefe Lovgren serves as the Facilities Director with his hammer and passion for God.
You will see him always on the go at camp tackling the 200 acres and 18 buildings.
A resident of Williston, his wife, Vanessa, and 4 girls run (literally run cross
country) all over keeping active and connected. Contact the camp today to find a way to help your Bible camp with the many needs that exist with our site and facilities.
Tori Johnson is the Program Director for Umm. She is the point person on summer camp and programmed retreats. You will see her out and about searching for more kids to come to camp.
I am from Decatur, IL and just moved to Williston, ND in May. I graduated Judson University in Elgin, IL with a psychology degree. I also had the opportunity to play college basketball all four years. My favorite bible verse comes from Matthew 6:34 – “Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.” As the program director I am excited to build community and see others faith grow stronger in the Lord, as well as my own. I am excited to work alongside others, developing a place for campers to experience who Jesus is in their lives.