Andries Coetzee: Pastor

Andries "Dries" Coetzee, (pronounced Ahn-drees Coot-see-uh) joined Westminster in March, 2010. Dries, who was born in South Africa, came to Westminster after serving churches in Houston, TX and Bloomington, MN. Dries and his wife Beth were married in November 2000 and have five children, three from Beth's previous marriage and two boys from Ethiopia whom they adopted in 2007.

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Emily Oshinskie: Young Adult Peace Worker

Emily Oshinskie is excited to be the first Young Adult Peace Worker at Westminster! She coordinates UKIRK ("University Church"), the collegiate ministry arm of the Presbyterian Church (USA), at The College of Wooster, Westminster's children & youth ministries, and assists with worship. After graduating from Elmira College with her degree in Adolescent Education and English Literature, Emily was a 2014-2015 Tucson Borderlands Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) with the Presbyterian Church (USA). Read more about Emily on her YAV blog.

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Beth Coetzee: Church Administrator

Beth Coetzee grew up on the Texas/Mexico border and is a graduate of Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas.  As you might guess from the shared last name, she’s married to Pastor Dries.  It was a match made in Houston in 2000.  Together they have 5 children: three grownup ones, Allison in Houston and Harrison & Olivia, in the Twin Cities, MN (we seem to lose one or two with every move) and two at home with them in Wooster, Alazar & Endalkachew whom they adopted from Ethiopia in 2007.  As a mom who embraces the African proverb, “it takes a village”, she is delighted to have the opportunity to pass on some of the kindness and care her own distant children have received from other adults in their lives.  Beth says, “I feel privileged to have the opportunity to build relationships with students of all ages and stages, and nurture them into the life and mission of Westminster Presbyterian Church.”

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Roseanne Rohr: Music Director

Roseanne is a native of Columbus, Ohio, where she graduated from Capital University Conservatory of Music.  She then went on to become a high school vocal music director, which eventually led her to Wooster to teach vocal music and English at Northwestern Local Schools.  Roseanne was also involved in numerous theater productions as a singer, actor, dancer, director, and choreographer.

She married local attorney Bill Anfang, and they live on a beef and grain farm south of Wooster with their two children, BJ and Chrissy.

After completing her Masters Degree in Music Education at The University of Akron, she returned to teaching.  She is currently a vocal adjudicator for the Ohio Music Education Association and enjoys working with the staff and musicians at Westminster! 

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Ken Shafer: Organist

Ken is, by profession, a cardiologist and has been active in church music all his life, having been the organist and accompanist at several churches in Missouri and Ohio.  He graduated from the College of Wooster in 1975 and lived in Missouri until he returned to Wooster in 2002.  When Ken is not practicing medicine, the piano or the organ, you will probably find him in his garden or riding his bicycle.

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 Volunteer Positions

  • Don Fraunfelder: Treasurer
  • William Weiss: Financial Secretary 
  • Josie Drushal: Clerk of Session


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