Sue and her husband Larry have been residents of Beavercreek for nearly 40 years and have three children and one granddaughter. She owned a small business in Beavercreek in the late eighties and early nineties, and later authored three cookbooks with spiritual messages. Sue served on the board of Global Sharing with Sister Dorothy Kammerer of the Sisters of the Precious Blood Community and is currently a volunteer for other charitable organizations. Her hobbies include developing healthy recipes, walking, and water aerobics.
Bill has served IHN as a volunteer and a Board member prior to taking the position of Director. Bill is married to Pat they have four grown children and 7 grandchildren. Pat also serves as a “Guest Care Specialist” at Schneider House of Hope. Bill grew up in Bolivar, Ohio and he and Pat raised their children in Sugarcreek, Ohio. Presently they share the home of a one eyed cat named “Missy” and a Chocolate Lab named Kobe.
Bill is an ordained Minister with the Church of God Anderson, IN and still serves as pulpit supply, assisting churches that are in transition. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Bible and Theology from Trinity College and Seminary. He and Pat have served in churches in Ohio (Dover and Xenia) and Minnesota (Grand Rapids). Bill also worked 25 years at Belden Brick as a machine operator the last 7 as a bi-vocational Pastor in Dover. He and Pat are continuing their education at IHN learning to better minister to the needs of those who are hurting in our community.
Bill’s childhood ambition was to be a mountain man. This fits well with his favorite movie “Jeremiah Johnson.” A perfect day for Bill might include traveling anywhere with Pat particularly to the U.P. or New Foundland or Nova Scotia while watching the Packers or Buckeyes win. Second place would be on Deer Lake (MN) night fishing when the walleyes are biting. Two Books that have influenced Bill besides the Bible are “Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream” by David Platt and “So You Don’t Want to Go to Church Anymore: An Unexpected Journey,” by Wayne Jacobsen, Dave Coleman.
Bill enjoys hunting, fishing, gardening, reading and grandchildren as hobbies.
Jennifer lives in Dayton, OH with her husband, Neil and their two dogs Duke and Sadie. She is employed as an assistant branch manager by Woodforest National Bank. Jen has been with Woodforest since 2009 serving in Miamisburg, Dayton and now in Xenia.
Jen and Neil also have a photography business, “JScoFoto” which is she says, “Is our passion.” She enjoys photography, running, cooking, traveling and volunteering. Jen also is part of our education program at Schneider House of Hope. She is part of a team from Woodforest Bank who has partnered with Family Promise (IHN) to facilitate financial education classes for our clients.
Gail has been married to her husband Keith for 45 years; they have two daughters, 3 grandsons and 2 granddaughters. She and her husband worship at Aley UMC in Beavercreek. Gail has a MS degree in Counseling from Creighton University in Nebraska and is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with a Supervisory designation. She recently retired from South Community Behavioral Healthcare in Dayton. Gail’s hobbies include reading, hiking, geocaching and biking.
Jeremy and His wife Heather have two children Hannah and Aiden. They reside in Beavercreek, Oh. Jeremy is a graduate of Wilmington College with a BS in Chemistry and Dayton University with an MS in Materials Science and Engineering. He is currently employed as an Associate Research Chemist in the pharmaceutical industry.
Jeremy enjoys reading, cards and family activities in his spare time. He and Heather and children are members of Aley United Methodist Church.
Connie lives in Beavercreek, OH with her husband Rudy. Connie has a Master’s Degree in Acquisition Management and works at WPAFB. She enjoys spending time with her five granddaughters and gardening.
Pam lives in Beavercreek with husband Brad. Pam is a graduate of Wright State University and is a substitute teacher with Xenia Community Schools, Fairborn City Schools and St Brigid.