Jeff Bovee has been hired as the new education superintendent for Kansas-Nebraska Conference, where he will give direction to 14 schools with about 600 students and 50 teachers. Bovee was previously the VP for education in the Pennsylvania Conference, and has also served public and Adventist education in California, Oregon, Washington and Ohio. Bovee fills the position left vacant after Gary Kruger’s recent retirement.
“Jeff is an educator with a heart for mission,” says Gary Gibbs, Pennsylvania Conference president. “He has been passionate about helping schools and churches recognize the evangelistic opportunities inside the classroom. As a result, each of our schools now has a spiritual master plan that intentionally guides teachers in helping students make lifelong decisions for Christ and develop a personal relationship with Him.”
Bovee began his work in Kansas-Nebraska Conference in early November. We welcome Bovee and his wife Marianne to our ministry team.
Ron Carlson is president of the Kansas-Nebraska Conference.
Photo: Courtesy of Kansas-Nebraska Conference