Executive Board Members:

John Corcoran (President)
Corcoran Trucking, Inc.

John  graduated from Billings Christian School in 1986 then went to Liberty University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 1990. He moved back to Billings in 1991 to work for Corcoran Trucking, Inc in June and was the President of the company after the passing of his father in July of the same year. John’s wife, Kristine, also graduated from BCS. After graduating  from Liberty University, she taught first and second grades from 1992-94, and part-time 2003-09 at Billings Christian School. John and Kristine have four children, three of whom are currently enrolled at the school, a senior, sophomore and third grader.

Sue Lucas (Vice President)

Sue has served on the BSYEF since the beginning.  She had three children attend BCS over the last 12 years.  Sue started fundraising for the school 10 years ago with  the main focus on the annual spring banquet. Her degree is in Education with a minor in Special Education from Carroll College.  She taught in two different special education classrooms (one in Nebraska and one in Great Falls) for four years before starting a family.

Glenn Logan (Secretary)
Rosebud Mine

Glenn has served on the BSYEF Board since its inception.  His son was a 2010 graduate of Billings Christian School.  His two children came to Billings Christian School in 2005.  Glenn is currently the Production Manager at Western Energy’s Rosebud Mine, located in Colstrip, Montana, directing mining and reclamation activities.   Over the last thirty years, he has held a variety of engineering, maintenance and production positions at two of Montana’s largest mines.  He holds B.S. degrees in both Civil Engineering and Mining Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.   Glenn has also served on the boards of the WYO Theater in Sheridan, Wyoming and the school board of Colstrip Public Schools.

Charleen Habel (Treasurer)

Bob Lucas

Bob was born and raised in Miles City, MT.  He graduated from Macalester College in St Paul MN with a B.S in Economics and Business Administration.  Bob started his banking career in Minneapolis, MN in 1957.  He moved back to Miles City to work for Stockman Bank.  He was  president and CEO for 34 years until 2008 when he retired to enjoy time with his family.

Bob has four children and 12 grandchildren (3 of whom attended BCS)

Martin O’Neil

Martin was born in Havre Montana, raised on a cattle ranch, attended Catholic schools there and graduated from Northern Montana College. He has a degree in Secondary Education and minor in Economics.

Martin and his wife, Judy, have owned several oilfield service companies over the past 35 years and currently manage one for Pioneer Wireline Services out of San Antonio, Texas. They started and have been active in several other companies in different industries including bottle water and food services. Martin is a founding member and serves on the Board of the Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter.  He has seven grandchildren here in Billings, four of which attend Billings Christian School. “I am committed to a Christ-centered education for all Christian children as I feel this is the foundation they need to function as “light” in our world today.”

David W. Kuhns

Dave has been in the securities industry in Billings since 1984.  He currently manages assets for clients with D.A. Davidson where he has been for 20 years.  Born in Titusville, Pennsylvania, Dave has also lived in Colorado where he attended Western State College in Gunnison.  At Western State, Dave received a degree in Business Administration.
Dave married his college sweetheart, Carol and together they have made it their mission to change the lives of young people in their sphere of influence.  Their desire is to grow in Christ and to share hope through Him with others every day.

Alex Tommerup
AT Architecture, Inc.

Alex graduated from MSU Bozeman in 1976, interned in Minnesota for 1.5 years then moved to California to warm up after the coldest winter in 150 years in Minnesota. Christ saved him in 1979 in California. He spent 20 years in California, met Robin and married in 1983. They moved to Montana in 1997 after a very bad economy in California moved their attention to Alex’s home state … God was the real reason that the move happened. God again intervened and together they started AT Architecture in 2002. God has been faithful as time moves on, their 2 boys are believers and involved in a church plant in Helena. Alex is involved at Harvest Church.  His heart in architecture is to assist churches through the design process. He has adopted the following life mission: “I am here to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable”.