Our Board Members
Dwayne Borkholder | Secretary
Hometown: Bremen, IN.
Occupation: president/owner of Borkholder Buildings & Supply. Serves as chairman of Borkholder Family Foundation and chair deacon of Roselawn Conservative Mennonite Church.
Kenneth N. Burkholder | Chairman
Hometown: Gordonville, PA.
Occupation: president of Good’s Stores Inc., a family business for 55 years. Serves as chairman of CRELS Foundation, chairman of Fairmount Homes, and chairman of Home Messenger Literature Service. Member of Weaverland Conference.
Richard L. Hoover
Hometown: Narvon, PA.
Occupation: owner of Hoover Building Specialists, LLC, specializing in the construction of commercial and industrial projects. Serves as minister at Muddy Creek Mennonite Church, part of Hope Mennonite Fellowship.
Amos S. Hurst, Jr.
Hometown: Lititz, PA.
Occupation: warranty administrator for Binkley & Hurst LP, doing business in farm equipment sales and service; partner in Hurst & Hurst Real Estate Holdings and Mountain Stream Properties LLC. Serves as treasurer of Mennonite Air Missions (Guatemala) board and deacon at New Haven Mennonite Church.
David G. Martin
Hometown: Richland, PA.
Occupation: president of Dutchway Farm Markets, doing business in food retail. Serves on Christian Light Publications board and as deacon within the Hope Mennonite Fellowship.
Dennis Martin | Vice Chairman
Hometown: Newmanstown, PA.
Occupation: president of Martin Appliance, Martin Water Conditioning, Classic Furniture, and Pure Test Water Laboratories. Serves as treasurer of Bald Eagle Wilderness Boys Camp School. Member of Mid-Atlantic Fellowship.
Richard Shank | Treasurer
Hometown: Hagerstown, MD.
Occupation: Participated in owning and managing four businesses during his life. Paramount Interiors Inc., 31 years, installation of home furnishings; Copyquik Printing & Graphics LLC, 25 years; Fairhaven Homes Inc., 17 years, housing for senior citizens; Longmeadow Consulting, 9 years, business advisory services. Serves on various non-profit ventures including Christian Light Publications, 25 years, currently as director and president. Member at Paradise Mennonite Church.
Hometown: Morgantown, PA.
Occupation: owner of Ben’s Masonry since 1988, doing primarily commercial contracting. Serves as chairman of Terre Hill Mennonite School, on pastoral board at Pequea Christian School, and an advisory council member at Faith Builders. Bishop at Pequea Amish Mennonite Church.
John D. Stoltzfus, Jr.
Hometown: Leola, PA.
Occupation: president of Groffdale Concrete Walls Inc., a family business of pouring concrete walls, started in 1979. Member of the Amish Church.