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Inside Tithe.ly: Meet Daniel Irmler, Communications Director

Meet Daniel Irmler, Tithe.ly's very own digital mastermind.

Hey, all! 

I’d love for you to meet Dan Irmler. Dan is our Communications Director here at Tithe.ly—which means he’s responsible for leading the development of new communication tools we’re creating for churches. Pretty cool, right?

Also, Dan is arguably the most joyful person I’ve ever known; he’s never met a stranger. He loves Jesus and the Church. His hobbies include photography and crossfit. He’s also a devoted husband, has a bunch of kids, and is a great encourager.

We recently asked Dan a few questions to get to know him better. Let’s take a look!

Q: How did you hear about/come to work at Tithe.ly and what would you say is the best part about the job?

A: I heard about Tithe.ly after developing a friendship with Tithe.ly co-founders, Frank Barry and Dean Sweetman. The best part about working here is the amazing people—the leadership and the rest of the team. I knew after the first month of being on the job that Tithe.ly would be an epic place to work.

Q: What does a typical day at Tithe.ly look like for you?

A: I usually spend my days planning and executing on new software projects. I get to be behind the curtain on all of the new stuff we’re working on. 

Q: What’s your favorite story of how Tithe.ly has served a church?

A: My own church is going to save thousands of dollars by switching to Tithe.ly.

Q: Who is a role model you look up to? 

A: Winston Churchill.

Q: If you could give your 18-year-old self a piece of advice, what would it be?

A: Buy bitcoin. And also be humble and patient. God is working in his time.

Q: Ok. Now just for fun—a few favorites. What’s your favorite board game, book, and movie trilogy?

A: Settlers of Catan, The Advantage by Patrick Lencioni, and The Lord of the Rings.

Thanks for joining us! Stay tuned for more behind the scenes as we chat with other members of the Tithe.ly team!

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Hey, all! 

I’d love for you to meet Dan Irmler. Dan is our Communications Director here at Tithe.ly—which means he’s responsible for leading the development of new communication tools we’re creating for churches. Pretty cool, right?

Also, Dan is arguably the most joyful person I’ve ever known; he’s never met a stranger. He loves Jesus and the Church. His hobbies include photography and crossfit. He’s also a devoted husband, has a bunch of kids, and is a great encourager.

We recently asked Dan a few questions to get to know him better. Let’s take a look!

Q: How did you hear about/come to work at Tithe.ly and what would you say is the best part about the job?

A: I heard about Tithe.ly after developing a friendship with Tithe.ly co-founders, Frank Barry and Dean Sweetman. The best part about working here is the amazing people—the leadership and the rest of the team. I knew after the first month of being on the job that Tithe.ly would be an epic place to work.

Q: What does a typical day at Tithe.ly look like for you?

A: I usually spend my days planning and executing on new software projects. I get to be behind the curtain on all of the new stuff we’re working on. 

Q: What’s your favorite story of how Tithe.ly has served a church?

A: My own church is going to save thousands of dollars by switching to Tithe.ly.

Q: Who is a role model you look up to? 

A: Winston Churchill.

Q: If you could give your 18-year-old self a piece of advice, what would it be?

A: Buy bitcoin. And also be humble and patient. God is working in his time.

Q: Ok. Now just for fun—a few favorites. What’s your favorite board game, book, and movie trilogy?

A: Settlers of Catan, The Advantage by Patrick Lencioni, and The Lord of the Rings.

Thanks for joining us! Stay tuned for more behind the scenes as we chat with other members of the Tithe.ly team!

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