Louis Krupp graduated from Michigan State University with a Masters degree in Accounting. He then went on to pass the Michigan CPA boards and worked for two years as a staff accountant and parish business manager. He then spent three years in the seminary discerning the priesthood. He currently works for EKS&H as a CPA. He met his fiancee Ashley through a CYAS dodgeball league in 2010 and he is an active volunteer.
Anand is a husband to his old campus ministry colleague, Lindsey, and father of two. Anand graduated from Andhra University (India). He was an IT consultant to various Fortune 500 companies before he quit to join FOCUS as a Marketing Manager and Catholic Missionary. He currently works as a part-time consultant on new business ventures, as well as launching a New Evangelization project called AskABishop.com. He is on the marketing committee for Families of Character and the Board of Directors for the International Missionary Foundation. Anand's favorite activities are golf, soccer and backpacking.
Laura is a graduate of Creighton University and University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine and is now a pediatrician for Children’s Hospital Colorado. She also serves as the medical consultant for Camp Wojtyla, a Catholic summer outdoor adventure camp in the Rocky Mountains. She is a life-long athlete, playing flag-football and whatever CYAS league she can fit into her busy schedule. She is a parishioner at St. Thomas More and enjoys reading about the lives of the Saints.
Art Nutter is married to Katheleen Nutter and father of eight children. He founded TAEUS International Corporation in 1992 as the world’s first engineering company dedicated exclusively to intellectual property. It has since expanded internationally and Art remains as the acting CEO. He is also active on many non-profit Boards. Art has played amateur-pro racquetball and he also enjoys elk-hunting.
Paul received his Associates degree in computer info. sys. from Pikes Peak Community College in 2000. He then went to CU-Boulder where he received his Bacherlors of Science degree in Finance. After graduating from CU, he spent 4 years in various young adult ministry positions, a short stay at the seminary discerning the priesthood, and mostly serving as a missionary with the Fellowship Of Catholic University Students (FOCUS). After leaving FOCUS in 2008, he spent 18 months as an Account Executive in order to build skills to start his own business, this ultimately led to a call from God to return to the missionary lifestyle and start Catholic Young Adult Sports in the Archdiocese of Denver. He uses competition as his excuse to exercise and loves playing just about every sport.
Brother Mairesean is from Ohio. While attending Ohio State University, he was a student manager for the men's basketball team. He eventually transferred and graduated with a bachelor's degree in philosophy from Franciscan University in Steubenville. He has been a member of the community of St John for the past 16 years and has lived with the community in Texas, Illinois, France, London, and recently was moved to Denver. Brother has been involved in various ministries including parish sacramental prep. and catechesis, youth formation, chaplaincy, retreats, pilgrimages and mission trips. Brother loves the outdoors and sports, "especially God's favorite sport", basketball.
Patrick Rivera has been serving the church across the country for over a decade as a Youth, Junior High, Young Adult, and Adult Minister as well as a Worship Leader, FOCUS Missionary and Team Director, Conference Speaker, and most recently as the Director of the Office for Young Adult Ministry for the Diocese of San Diego. He and his wife Margot have four daughters under the age of six.