Lyndi Miller Joins ESU 10 Staff  

October 02, 2017
I am honored to be part of the amazing ESU-10 team as one of the new EDN Service Coordinators! I look forward to serving families in Gothenburg, Cozad, and Lexington. My background is in education and I have been a substitute teacher in Gothenburg for 9 years. Prior to that I have studied at New Tribes Bible Institute, Mid-Plains Community College (MPCC), and Chadron State College.  

I grew up in Thailand and moved to the US at age 17. My husband Phil and I enjoy the good life in Gothenburg where Phil works as an RN at Gothenburg Health as well as Callahan Cancer Center. We love raising our three children Brant (age 10), Rachel (age 8), and Aranni (age 6) in a quiet community. Phil and I went through the Parents Encouaging Parents (PEP) training when our daughters received services through EDN and our appreciation for EDN runs deep.  

My hobbies include writing, illustrating, baking, and traveling. Faith, family and friends are truly where it’s at for me. I have been part of our local Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) for 10 years, being on leadership team for 7 years. For three years I have co-coordinated a Chemo Comfort drive to benefit cancer patients in the area. We enjoy volunteering as a family—modeling gratitude and generosity for our children is very important to us.