Staff and Volunteers

Jim Weikal

God’s Pathway For Me

by Jim Weikal

I came to the Bill Rudge Ministries (BRM) in 1986 looking for someone who could teach me to serve the Lord. I had a desire to serve but was not sure how to go about doing it. I understood from Scripture that Joshua had learned from Moses and Timothy had been instructed by Paul, so I knew the necessity of learning from someone who was following the Lord.

Audrey Colombo

Audrey Colombo is a very active person. Over the span of her life this musically talented woman has given piano lessons, played trombone in the Greenville Orchestra and played the euphonium for 20 years in the Mercer Community Band. She was a YMCA camp counselor, a volunteer for Meals on Wheels, and was Chairman of the Shenango Conservancy.

Bruce Lozier

Bruce and Rosemary Lozier are lifelong residents of the Shenango Valley. Over the years they have served the Lord together in various ways. Active in their local church, serving in various capacities, Bruce and Rosemary are involved in Celebrate Recovery at Bethel Life Church, Greenville and they host a weekly Bible Study in their home that Bruce leads. For several years they have brought the Good News of Jesus Christ into the Mercer County Jail, ministering to the prisoners there.

Dick Hetrick

Dick Hetrick has a heart for wood as well as a heart for Christ.

A visit with Dave Fisher of Greenville during Pioneer Craft Days spurred Dick's interest in woodcarving. Dave helped him finish a bowl started with his brother-in-law, Ed, before his passing because Dick wanted to give it to his sister-in-law as a present. Dave continues to mentor and encourage Dick.

After retiring from the Army Corps of Engineers in 2011, Dick took a woodcarving course in Asheville, NC, and classes in Plymouth, Mass.

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