Tyleen holds a B.MUS. degree from Concordia-River Forest in Church Music: Organ performance. She has served as an organist, choir director, and classroom music teacher for congregations, schools, and district conferences in MO, IL, MN, and CO. She began her collegiate studies at St. Olaf College, and has been a member of Magnum Chorum, the American Kantorei, and the Mankato Symphony Orchestra. She currently serves St. Peter's Lutheran Church & School, facilitating music for singers, handchimes, instrumentalists, and K-8 classroom music. She is a staff accompanist at Adams State University and serves as adjunct faculty. Tyleen is married to Rev. Don Stults, and they have been blessed with five children. They live in the high desert of the San Luis Valley, surrounded by the adventurous San Juan and Sangre De Cristo mountains of Colorado.