Our Board



I grew up in Southern California, moved to SaddleBrooke Ranch, and joined CCSB in 2012. In 1968, I married Dale and became a step-mom to three great kids. That small family has now grown to include 8 grandchildren and 18 great grandkids. A 40-year career in commercial real estate offered many challenges. In order to carve out a little down time, Dale and I secured a pilot license, purchased a Cessna, and spent many weekends searching for golf courses to conquer! In my former church, I served as Women’s Ministry Director and as Secretary on our church Board. CCSB has allowed me the opportunity to serve on the Women’s Council, In Touch Ministry, and our Board of Directors. 



Washington state native. BS Civil Engineering, University of Washington. Married to Cheryl 1964. Two married daughters and a grandson. Career in the public and private sector, primarily in transportation and finance. Moved to SaddleBrooke in 2005. Born-again Christian (1982) baptized (1985). Prior to attending CCSB, active in Men’s and Junior/Senior High Ministries and a Board member of a regional Salvation Army Corp. Since attending CCSB, I began serving as a Salvation Army Advisory Board Member, belong to a Men’s Empowerment Group and currently serve on CCSB Board as Vice Chair. Currently mentoring a physically disabled man who attends CCSB, holding a weekly Bible study with him. My hobbies are reading, writing, tennis and jogging.



I was born and raised in Southern California and attended USC, graduating with a BSEE degree in 1968. I then began a 35 year career in aviation by joining the USAF and later as a commercial airline pilot. Along the way I married my wife, Andrea, as well as earned an MBA from Wright State University. We lived in the Pacific Northwest for 35 years raising four daughters. In 2007, when I retired from flying we began to winter in the Palm Desert area, eventually discovering SaddleBrooke as a better place to be, purchasing a home here in December 2017. Luckily we discovered CCSB almost immediately. I've been a member and involved in Empowerment groups ever since. In 2020, we decided to give up the snowbird life and became full time residents. I enjoy golf and bridge as hobbies.



Retiring and moving to SaddleBrooke has been the biggest part of my Christian Journey during my lifetime. I was able to tackle elements in my life that I couldn’t before. Shortly after moving here, I became involved with “Christian Women's” (Stonecroft) monthly luncheons. Because I coordinated luncheons, I was asked to consider a job with the HOA where I was involved with the theater (currently theater manager). We also changed Churches and started attending CCSB (member for 11 years). I became Head of the Usher Committee, started attending Bible Studies (became a leader), and joined the Nominating Committee (became Chair), and now a member of the Church Board. The progression through both my Church and Theater have impacted by life.



Ron has lived in SaddleBrooke for 19 years. He and Dolores moved from Redondo Beach, CA, in 2003. He was born in Beeville, TX and finished high school in Bowie, TX. He then attended Texas Tech, graduating in 1962. Ron spent 20 years in the USAF with flying jobs for 10 years and staff jobs for 10 years. Ron was raised a Baptist and was saved in 1953 during Vacation Bible School. Ron has ben a member of SaddleBrooke Community Church for 15 years and has spent the last six years involved with our mission to The Salvation Army. Ron is currently chair of the Missions Committee.


My wife and I were involved with a Hispanic Church in Tucson for 26 years. Initially, we were part of the music team and helped to set-up and take down the sound equipment. For the last 14 years of my involvement, I was on the Church Board. My jobs included Chair, Treasurer, Book Keeper, Music Librarian, and Sound Equipment Maintenance. We moved to Saddlebrooke from East Tucson in 2004. From 2004 until 2020, we continued to work with the Hispanic Church. We joined CCSB in March of 2020. We joined the choir just before becoming members. I have been a member of a men’s Empowerment Group for 2 years.