Immanuel Lutheran Teacher Celebrates 25 Years in Education
Immanuel Lutheran School teacher, Liz O'Meara, recently celebrated her 25th anniversary in education–a milestone that didn't go unnoticed by her Immanuel Lutheran community.
“Liz is a very humble individual and is such a blessing to us at Immanuel," said Pastor Michael Lutz, in a prepared statement. "She is very talented and uses those talents in the best possible way. We are blessed to have her on our staff.”
O'Meara, who earned her bachelor's degree from Valparaiso University, her master's from Oakland University, and her Colloquy from Concordia, began her teaching career with Lutheran Special Education Ministries, where she worked with children with special needs.
She would later serve as a resource room teacher at Trinity Lutheran School in Utica and teach half day resource room programs at Trinity Lutheran in Clinton Township and Immanuel Lutheran.
In 1994, O'Meara became a second grade teacher at Immanuel, a position she has held ever since.
She is married to Ed O’Meara, has two step-daughters, Melissa and Deanna and two grandchildren, Shayne and Lorelai.