Roddy & Mary Boggus
Roddy was born in West Texas, but grew up on the coast in Corpus Christi. Mary was raised in Brady, Texas. They met while attending Texas Tech University and were married in 1986. For the past 30 years they have lived in the DFW area and specifically Mansfield since 2000. Their lives are richly blessed by their children – daughter, Courtney, a senior Sociology major at Pepperdine and a son, Jonathan, a law student at the University of Memphis and soccer coach and his wife, Chelsea, a Kindergarten teacher.
Roddy earned his Bachelor’s of Architecture, Design from Texas Tech University and is a registered architect in eleven states. He has three decades of experience in design, planning, implementation, and management of diverse aviation projects globally. He is familiar with issues facing the airport and airline industry in the US, Europe, Latin and South America, the Middle East, and Africa. He is a regular speaker at industry conferences on topics that range from airport planning and design, security-related technologies, partnering to alternative financing as well as the sometimes-frequent satirical aviation industry author of “Totally Boggus”. He is a member of the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE), and sits on the Board of Airport Consultants Council (ACC), International Partnering Institute (IPI) and International Association of Airport Executives (IAAE).
After working in administrative roles in the engineering industry, Mary was blessed with the opportunity to become a stay-at-home mom and director of the circus known as the Boggus family. She has been active in many volunteer roles within the community, and was on staff at Mansfield Church of Christ for several years as an administrative assistant. Mary’s time has been spent focused on supporting family and now enjoys having her mother live nearby.
Mary and Roddy have a love for their church family at Mansfield Church of Christ and serve as LifeGroup leaders.
Roddy & Mary’s Contact Information
1802 Clover Hill Road
Mansfield, TX 76063
817-239-5092 (Roddy’s Cell)
817-312-1955 (Mary’s Cell)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Roddy’s Email)
email@example.com (Mary’s Email)
Royce & Barbara Hunter
Royce and Barbara are both graduates of Lubbock Christian University and Texas Tech University. Barbara grew up in Beeville and Royce grew up in Lubbock. After graduation from College where Barbara earned a degree in Mathematics and Royce earned a degree in Economics, they moved to Dallas, Texas where they lived for 44 years. They then moved to Fredericksburg, Texas, where they reside today.
Royce served as a deacon and an elder at Preston Road Church of Christ in Dallas. Barbara worked in various volunteer roles at Central Dallas Ministries. She also helped start a new ministry – New Friends, New Life. This ministry reached out to women employed in the adult entertainment industry and assisted those who wished to leave that profession for a new way of life. This ministry continues to this day, although Barbara is no longer involved since the move to Fredericksburg. She also taught Braille to the blind. She was also involved in teaching mathematics to individuals so they could get their GED.
Barbara served on the board for Hope Network Ministries and both were involved in helping this organization get started. Both are currently on this board and continue to serve.
Barbara’s career was one of caring for 3 children and volunteer work. Royce worked in the life and health insurance industry as a home office employee. He retired as Chairman and CEO when the company was sold. He served on Lubbock Christian University’s Board for over 25 years and also served on the Lubbock Christian University Foundation Board.
Since moving to Fredericksburg, Texas, both Royce and Barbara have continued to lead active lives and are active in their church, Rotary, and the Gillespie County Historical Association. Royce is on the board and serves as chairman of the finance committee of the Historical association. He served as a board member of the Fredericksburg Rotary Club and continues to serve on the board of the Hill Country Memorial Hospital Foundation where he chairs the Finance committee. They are involved in many other civic activities, besides being grandparents to 5 grandchildren.
Royce & Barbara’s Contact Information
PO Box 1519
Fredericksburg, TX 78624
214-505-7726 (Royce’s Cell)
214-693-5513 (Barbara’s Cell)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Royce’s email)
email@example.com (Barbara’s email)
Grady & Karen King
Grady is from Eufaula, Oklahoma and Karen is from Garland, Texas. They met at Texas A&M University and married in 1979. They have two married children, Josh and Carolyn King of Houston, TX and one granddaughter, Madeline (born 9/1/18). Josh works in private equity and Carolyn is an OB/GYN. Chad and Christin Paradowski live in London, England. Chad works as an auditor with Deloitte at British Petroleum and Christin is a licensed Social Worker.
Grady is co-leader of HOPE Network along with Jon Mullican. He served in congregational ministry for 42 years with 26 years in two churches including two different seasons of ministry with Mansfield Church of Christ (1990-1995; 2010-2016) For 15 years, he served as Senior Minister of the South MacArthur Church of Christ in Irving, Texas. He has also served churches in Austin and Grand Prairie, Texas as well as Muskogee and McAlester, Oklahoma. He is a 1977 graduate of Oklahoma Christian University (B.S.E) and Abilene Christian University (M.S. Biblical Studies; Doctor of Ministry). Since 2013, Grady has co-led Hope Network Ministries with Jon Mullican and work with interim ministry (IMP). In addition, part of his work with HOPE Network is serving as Director of Church Resources at Oklahoma Christian University.
Through Hope Network, Grady mentors younger ministers, provides coaching to leaders in times of crisis and/or transitions, and assists with strategic initiatives. He helps ministers and churches connect for a good ministry fit through a detailed intake process. He is a Grip Birkman Blueprint coach/trainer and is a certified Level 1 Birkman Consultant, helping people know who they are and where they fit in an organization. Grady enjoys reading, writing, teen camp, golf and college football.
Karen serves as Human Resource Systems Coordinator at Irving Independent School District in Irving, Texas. She has been with Irving ISD for 13 years and served as director of payroll for 10 years. Karen holds a degree in accounting from the University of Texas at Arlington and studied education at Texas A&M University. Karen enjoys gardening, cooking, going to musicals and being Nana K.
Grady & Karen’s Contact Info:
434 Huntingdon Dr
Irving, TX 75061
214-287-7287 (Grady’s Cell)
214-587-1537 (Karen’s Cell)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Grady’s email)
email@example.com (Karen’s email)
Jon & Dana Mullican
Jon and Dana hail from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. They met in high school and dated during college, marrying in 1985 after Jon’s graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy. After five years of service in the Navy, Jon and Dana returned to Oklahoma. Katie, Sarah and Daniel arrived in 1990, 1992 and 1995 respectively. Jon worked in industry for over ten years before becoming Administrator at Garnett Church of Christ. In 2004, the family moved to Dallas, Texas, when Jon accepted the role of Executive Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ.
Jon serves as the Minister of Church Development at the Highland Oaks Church of Christ in Dallas, Texas, and, since 2013, as co-leader of Hope Network Ministries, a ministry that mentors and equips church leaders for a challenge-filled future. Through Hope Network, Jon consults with churches and non-profits on governance, structure and leadership development. Jon earned a B.S. in chemistry from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1985, serving as a nuclear power officer aboard the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (1987-1990). Jon earned a Master of Science degree in Organization Development from Pepperdine University in 2005. He enjoys reading and running, though not at the same time.
Dana serves an Organizational Development Specialist at the headquarters of Trinity Industries in Dallas, Texas. Dana spent nine years as Director of Admissions and Special Services at Dallas Christian Schools as well as 5 years in the classroom at Wright Christian Academy in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Dana earned a bachelor’s degree in Special Education from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, in 1990 and a master’s degree in Organization Development and a certificate in dispute resolution from Abilene Christian University in 2014. Dana serves as a nursery school teacher at Highland Oaks and enjoys teaching adult bible class with Jon. Jon and Dana also train groups in conflict management, leadership development and group dynamics.
James & Diane Prunty
James and Diane met in High School and married soon after graduation. They recently celebrated 49 years of marriage. They have been blessed with two children, Brent and wife Julie, and Dena and husband Richard. Four beautiful grandchildren, Maddie (23) and recently married to Garrett, Sam (19), Jake (19) and Clay (16) complete the family. The Pruntys currently divide their time between homes in Paris, TX, where they worship at Lamar Ave Church of Christ and Denton, TX, where they worship at Heritage Church of Christ. Travel is one of the Pruntys favorite past times, having been to many countries as well as all over the good old USA.
James was born in Fort Worth, Texas, the seventh of ten children, and soon moved to Port Neches, Texas where his father worked for Gulf Oil. Upon his father’s retirement, James and his family moved to Blossom, Texas where he attended high school. James received a bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Texas Arlington, a graduate degree in banking from Southern Methodist University, and a Graduate Commercial Lending degree from University of Oklahoma. His 40-year banking career spanned from Fort Worth, Texas to Seattle, Washington, to Minneapolis, Minnesota. James retired in 2011 in Minneapolis as Great Lakes Regional President for Wells Fargo Bank. Upon retirement, James and Diane returned home to Texas to be near their family. During his career, James served on numerous community and civic boards around the country. James recently co-chaired a Capital Campaign for the Mansfield Church of Christ.
Diane was born in Clarksville, Texas, the second of three sisters. She grew up in Blossom, Texas. Raised on a farm very near her maternal grandparents, Diane learned at an early age, a good work ethic and about the love of Jesus. Diane began her career with JCPenney in 1970 in Arlington, Texas as a sales associate. She very quickly was promoted to a supervisor in the Credit Department. In 1976, Diane moved to the Furniture Distribution Center, where she was a Buying Assistant and later was promoted to Manager of Operations. When the Center closed in 1998, Diane became a full-time homemaker. Diane is a devoted wife and mother who lives a Christ-centered life and is a wonderful example for her children and grandchildren. Diane has served as a volunteer in numerous organizations around the country. She has taught Bible classes to women, teens, and children, and helped organize many retreats for women and teens.
Wynn & Manda Rosser
Wynn and Manda Rosser are raising their family outside the city limits in rural East Texas on a small farm with more than 50 animals. They cherish the country life in which they were both raised. Wynn grew up near Kilgore, Texas and Manda was raised on a cotton farm in the Texas panhandle near Kress, Texas. They met at Texas A&M University where both competed doctorates, and they were married in 2000. After serving in administrative roles and teaching, both left the university—Manda to focus on corporate consulting and to be a homeschooling mom and Wynn to serve as a a non-profit executive. Their three children, Aubrey, Cotton, and Leland enjoy hitting baseballs, lightsabers, crafting, climbing trees, and farm chores. Their family has been active in several congregations where the Rossers served as Bible class teachers, cradle roll coordinator (Manda) and deacon (Wynn). Two of their churches have been Hope Network Ministry clients, and they believe in the work of the organization.
Brian & Diane Treusdell
Brian Treusdell grew up in Ionia, Michigan via Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Brian is a graduate of Harding University where he studied Marketing. After graduation, he moved to Austin to open a printing company, decided Austin wasn’t for him, and moved to Nacogdoches, Texas where he then opened Lasergraphics, which he owned and operated
till the company sold in 2000. He has also owned and operated GNC Vitamin stores (Dallas, Texas) until those sold in 1998. Brian currently owns and operates commercial real estate developments, in San Antonio, Texas and a historic hotel in Comfort, Texas which was purchased in June 2015. Diane Treusdell grew up in Richardson, Texas. She graduated from Texas Tech University with a bachelor’s degree in Finance and later received a Master’s in Business Administration from LeTourneau University. Diane’s main work experience has been in accounting and office administration. Diane works with Brian in the accounting of his businesses.
Brian & Diane have one child, Julian Claire, who is entering 10th grade at Geneva School of Boerne (GSB).
Diane serves on the Board of Governors for Boerne Community Theatre.
Brian and Diane are also parents to a Tuxedo cat named Jez and a Sheltie named Kipper and both are extremely spoiled.
Diane served as Secretary of Hope Network Ministries under the leadership of Lynn Anderson and has continued under the leadership of Jon Mullican and Grady King. Brian and Diane have contributed to Hope Network Ministries for many years in volunteering with fundraisers, functions and hosting the annual board retreats in Comfort, Texas.
The Treusdell family enjoys hanging out with friends, Disney, and travel.
Ray & Gail Vannoy
Ray and Gail are both native Texans. Ray was born in Fort Worth and raised in Carrollton. Linda Gail Jordan was born and raised in Garland. They met at Christian College of the Southwest where Ray taught Chemistry and Algebra. After marrying in 1971 they spent a brief time in Commerce where Gail finished her degree in Homemaking and Ray completed a Masters in Physics.
They have two children, Neil and Joanna. Neil and Simone Vannoy live in San Antonio where they have a financial planning firm. Joanna and Brad Meley (and their two children: Porter and Elizabeth) reside in Austin where Brad is a banking software specialist with Q2 and Joanna is a Nurse Practitioner.
After obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Texas A&M in 1969, Ray has spent most of his career as a registered professional land surveyor and a licensed state land surveyor and president of Vannoy & Assoc., Inc. (since 1974). Along the way he has developed real estate, explored for and developed oil and gas properties, and provided testimony as an expert witness in land boundaries. He also served as a board member for East Texas Christian Academy, been a board member of Boles Home for 33 years and a church elder for 23 years. Ray and Gail are active members of the Glenwood Church of Christ in Tyler. In addition to teaching four and one-half years at Christian College of the Southwest (now Amberton University), he served on the Adjunct Faculty of University of Texas at Tyler for 11 years.
Following her Bachelor of Science in Home Economics from East Texas State University in Commerce, Gail completed a Masters from the University of Texas at Tyler in Interdisciplinary Studies. Gail recently retired from teaching after 28 years. She spent her first ten years with East Texas Christian Academy. While there, Gail became a Certified Academic Language Therapist with training through Scottish Rite Hospital. She spent the next 18 years with Tyler Independent School District, retiring as a Licensed Dyslexia Therapist. In 2005 Gail was presented the Excellence in Education award by the International Dyslexia Association, Dallas Branch. In her spare time following the family relocation to Tyler, Gail wrote and published Livin’ On Tyler Time. She has followed Ray in travels across the central and western states, Canada, Alaska, Russia, various islands, and Mexico. She and Ray have followed Neil and Simone to Chile and the Eastern states. Gail has been a Bible class teacher for most of her life, teaching ages from cradle roll to adults.
Alan & Ginger Stark
Alan grew up in Modesto, CA and Ginger grew up in Salinas, CA. Ginger’s family moved to Modesto where Alan & Ginger met in High School and married shortly thereafter (1972). They are blessed with two children, Sarah (1973) and Chris (1976). They are additionally blessed with four grandchildren, two girls and two boys. In 1974, Alan experienced a career-changing injury in the construction trade which sent him back to college where he received his degree in accounting. He is a CPA, has a Masters in Taxation, a CITP certificate and a series 65 investment license. Ginger has her degree in Human Resources and has twenty years experience running a Box Office for Christian music festivals. Alan is a partner in a large local public accounting firm. Ginger joined the firm’s administrative team in 2014, so they now enjoy working in the same office every day.
Alan & Ginger served in churches of Christ in California from 1972 through 2001 when they then transferred to the Christian church (through a providential turn of events). Alan has served as an elder since 1990 and Alan & Ginger have taught Sunday school classes for decades, mostly High School.
Alan & Ginger have lived in Salinas, CA since 1986 and currently serve at Crossroads Christian Church as elder, teachers, Bible study leaders and general trouble maker (Alan only).
As a CPA, Alan is asked to serve on many boards and enjoys serving on multiple boards including Christian camps, Religious non-profits, and organizations serving the homeless community.
Alan & Ginger Stark
1620 Boston Street
Salinas, CA 93906
Tony & Debbie Zancanaro
Tony and Debbie Zancanaro are virtually lifetime Hoosiers. Tony was born and raised in Gary, Indiana, and Debbie moved to Carmel, IN, when she was 12 years old. Tony graduated from Wabash College with degree in chemistry and moved on to Indiana University School of Medicine where he met his wife of 39 years, Debbie. After brief stints in St. Louis, MO, Portland, ME, and Boston, MA for residency and fellowship, they returned to Indiana. Tony practiced radiology for 35 years, retiring in 2015. Debbie followed shortly, retiring from a busy pediatric practice and teaching position for pediatric residents.
Since “retiring,” they have taken on second careers as small business owners. The Well Coffeehouse, associated with The Well Coffeehouse, a 501(c)(3) in Nashville, TN, is a business, run as a not for profit, which uses 100% of its profits to fund clean water projects in third world countries and on the Navajo reservation that straddles New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah.
They have two grown children, TJ and Angie, married to wonderful spouses. They are eagerly awaiting grandchildren! In the meantime, there is Ava, the dog…
Tony & Debbie’s Contact Info:
11240 Towne Road
Carmel, IN 46032
317-727-1370 (Debbie’s Cell)
317-691-0133 (Tony’s Cell)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Tony & Debbie’s email)