Administrative Assistant & Creative Programing Director
I am RCC’s Program Director and Mike’s Assistant. My husband Bob and I have been married for 36 years. Bob is a mechanic on harvesting equipment. We have raised 3 kids…
BJ (Heating & Cooling) is married to Lisa (nurse) and have two daughters Jane & Emma.
Bri and Neil and their daughter Hadley Jo live in Omaha, Nebraska where Neil is a Pastor. They recently adopted Lucy Lee from China.
Alex owns and operates Rollin Mobile Repair in which he repairs semis and equipment.
It is so amazing to watch the kids mature into the unique and incredible people God designed them to be! Our family has grown tremendously in their spiritual journey through the teaching and support of RCC.
Fun Facts about Kathy:
If you could have lunch with anyone, who would it be?
I love to hang out with anybody to learn more about them.
What TV shows are you sure to catch every a week?
I love reality shows… watching people try to figure out life together and overcome obstacles like Survivor and Amazing Race.
What are three must-have things you’d pack if you were going away for a whole year?
Bob, my Bible, and my ultra-soft blanket.
The most fun I ever have is when…
I get to hang out with my granddaughters. We love to dance, cook, do craft projects, go for walks and snuggle.
What’s your favorite way to spend a day off?
Alone with God in sunshine and nature. Beginning at the Green Lake Conference Center to watch the sun come up and followed up with the day on my hammock.
Or snuggling with Bob watching a great movie and pigging out on caramel popcorn.
What’s your dream vacation?
With my husband anywhere that is hot and sunny, with a quiet beach.
I’d love to go back to New York City, Utah & a Cruise again sometime too.
What are some of your favorite hobbies?
Reading, going for walks, painting, and kayaking!
What’s your favorite dessert?
Ice cream!!!! (I’ve been known to eat it as a meal.)
What’s something you’ve always wanted to do but haven’t yet?
Fly a plane.
What are you passionate about?
I have a friend, Sunny Abraham and his wife Mercy, from India who spread the Gospel in the hill country and fights to prevent child trafficking. Some day I hope to go see him, his family and all the ministries he has established.