Jon Wolff


My wife, Sue, and I came to St. John’s, Caledonia, in June 2000. Sue and I met at Bethany Lutheran College, Mankato, and with 37 years invested into our marriage we have two married children, one son, still single, and four grandchildren. I grew up on a farm in western Minnesota and spent a few years in the Army before I went to college. Sue grew up in Madison, Wisconsin and met me at college.  Or did I meet her? Anyway, in our married life we served in the public ministry at St. John’s, Neillsville, WI; a tri-parish of St. John’s, Boyd, and Bethany, Granite Falls, and Living Water, Dawson, in western Minnesota; a dual parish of Cross, Charles City, and Prince of Peace, Mason City, in northern Iowa. When I am not doing my pastor thing I like fishing, golfing, and hunting. When Sue is not working at Caledonia Care and Rehab, she likes spoiling grandchildren, her crafts, book reading club, and trying to improve her green thumb.