A native of Holland, Michigan, Paul Genzink moved to the San Francisco Bay area in 1972 at the request of a major organ company that he represented in Michigan. He continues to be in sales for a major organ company being in his own business.
Paul comes from a large Christian family of nine, attended Christian schools, including the Reformed Bible Institute, now called Kuyper College, and attended Calvin College.
Paul’s love for music came from his early days with the Singing Boys, followed by high school choir, Metropolitan Choir of Praise, the Mangachords Male Chorus, Mark Thallander Foundation Festivals and Sing for America and conducting church choirs, as well as playing the organ. Paul’s choir singing took him to many places such as Austria, Scotland, England, Germany and Switzerland, namely Prague, Budapest and Vienna, as well as Tully Hall in New York. At present he sings with the Menlo Park Presbyterian Church Choir, where he serves in a leadership role.
Currently he serves as vice president on the board of the Mark Thallander Foundation. Needless to say, his love of music and the mission of the Mark Thallander Foundation is a true blessing.