Mr. Lloyd Sommerer
Lloyd Sommerer began teaching at Lincoln Lutheran in 2001. He graduated from college at Concordia, Seward with degrees in education and computer science. His first teaching position was in Washington D.C. where he taught seventh and eighth graders. Mr. Sommerer grew up on a small farm in Missouri where his family grew tobacco and raised beef cattle. His family now consists of his wife Lauren and three kittens: Ralph, Waldo & Emerson.
He came to Lincoln Lutheran because Mrs. Pester, a former Lincoln Lutheran middle school teacher, told him that Lincoln Lutheran was looking for a math teacher. Everything he was teaching in D.C. was the same thing that they needed at Lincoln Lutheran, even one of the same books. He believes that it is a God thing that he is here today. His favorite part of teaching at Lincoln Lutheran is that he gets to do a lot of different things and work with some really neat students. Besides teaching, he also is the technology coordinator and the Fantasy Baseball Commissioner, which he considers his most important role. In his free time he reads books, works on websites, and eats the sauce of the picante.