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Lynn Myers

Lynn Myers, Board Chair
Rocky Mount, Virginia

David Witkovsky

David Witkovsky, Vice Chair
Chair, Board Development Committee

Huntingdon, Pennsylvania

Marty Farahat

Marty Farahat, Secretary
Oceano, California

 
 

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Eric Bishop
La Verne, California

Brubaker

Paul Brubaker
Chair, Investment Committee
Ephrata, Pennsylvania

Christina Bucher

Christina Bucher
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania

Celia Cook-Huffman

Celia Cook-Huffman
Huntingdon, Pennsylvania

Miller Davis

Miller Davis
Chair, Institutional Advancement Committee
Westminster, Maryland

Brian Flory

Brian Flory
Ft. Wayne, Indiana

Jonathan Frye

Jonathan Frye
Chair, Academic Affairs Committee
McPherson, Kansas

Gregory Geisert
Chair, Student and Business Affairs
Chair, Audit Committee

Keezletown, Virginia

Elaine Gibbel

Elaine Gibbel
Lititz, Pennsylvania

Dave McFadden
North Manchester, Indiana

Katherine J. Melhorn, M.D.
Witchita, Kansas

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 David W. Miller,
Hanover, Pennsylvania

John Neff

John Neff
Harrisonburg, Virginia

Frank Ramirez

Frank Ramirez
Everett, Pennsylvania

Donna Shumate
Sparta, North Carolina

 

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S. Philip Stover
Quinter, Kansas

Paul Wampler

Paul Wampler
Manassas, Virginia

 
 
 

Nate Polzin

Nate Polzin
District Executive,
ex-officio

Saginaw, Michigan

Stan Noffsinger

 Stan Noffsinger
COB General Secretary,
ex-officio

Elgin, Illinois

Jeff Carter

Jeff Carter
President of the Seminary,
ex-officio

Richmond, Indiana

     

Brandon Hanks
(Master of Divinity)

BrandonI find great comfort in knowing that the gifts of God are irrevocable--that God is faithful even if we are faithless. My faith journey begins with the Church of the Brethren. I was raised in the church by my family going to Sunday school and attending worship each week. But as a teenager I found myself struggling in my understanding of the word of God. I wanted to own my faith. I wanted it to be a real and genuine confession, not one merely adopted through my family's tradition. It was during that time of exploration that God revealed my calling as a minister in God's church.