Vice President of Finance
Jack Heimbichner has served as vice president of finance at Denver Seminary since 1993. He directs all business management functions for the $10 million operation, and specifically oversees for auxiliary services, facilities, accounting, technology services, and human resources. During his tenure, the school has more than doubled in size to nearly 900 students and recently constructed a new campus comprised of seven buildings on a 20-acre site in Littleton, Colorado.
Heimbichner has served his peers as chair of the CFO steering committee of Association of Theological Schools, president of the Denver chapter of the Christian Management Association, and finance chair of the Centennial District of the Boy Scouts. Previously he spent 18 years in banking, rising to branch president for two banks of Norwest Banks.
Heimbichner holds a B.S. in business administration from the University of Northern Colorado. He and his wife, Beth, have two grown children and are members of Cherry Hills Community Church in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.