Elders, Deacons and Staff

Staff Leadership

Brad Bigney

Lead Pastor
bradbigney@graceky.org

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Life Story

I was born in Michigan to loving parents, along with my twin brother, Brian. Throughout my childhood, I lived in Maryland, Pittsburgh, Spain, Chattanooga and Knoxville. I consider Knoxville home because my parents still live there and I went to high school there.

When I was five, my brother and I attended VBS and brought home worksheets that said “For all have sinned…” Romans 3:23. This offended my mom and dad who believed sinners were bad people, doing bad things, and certainly not their precious boys. Mrs. Kirkpatrick, who invited us to VBS, then invited my parents to a Friday night adult Bible study, where my parents both came to faith in Christ.

In 1986, while serving as a Youth/Music Pastor at a church, I was significantly challenged by a sermon series on the sovereignty of God over ALL things. I decided to read all the way through the Bible, specifically looking for every reference to God’s sovereignty that I could find. That personal study greatly impacted me and has become a bedrock doctrine that encourages and steadies me in the face of all fears and personal suffering. To this day, I still use the same Bible I read and marked up all those years ago.

After nearly 10 years as a Youth/Music Pastor, I had a burden to be a lead pastor and to plant a church that was different. I desired a church that was characterized by spiritual transformation instead of just lots of Bible information.  To do that, I wanted to focus on small groups, passionate worship, intentional leadership development, and biblical counseling. So, it was with that passion that I agreed to be the first pastor of GFC, and began serving on Jan. 1, 1996.

I married my beloved Vicki in 1986 and we now have 5, young-adult children. We laugh a lot and love simply spending time together on the patio or over meals. I also love reading, (especially biographies) listening to music (all kinds), working in the yard and watching college or NFL football.

Hope for GFC
To not compromise on being and doing what God’s called us to do. To see us launch more campuses in other areas, so that more people can serve each other at close range, and reach out to hurting people in their community.

Brian Fannin

Florence Campus Pastor
brianfannin@graceky.org

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Life Story

I grew up in Greenup and Boyd Counties in eastern KY. I was raised by loving parents who valued hard work and simple living. We went to church regularly. We did not have much but I was never hungry. God was good, but He was also a little scary to me.

I truly came to know the Lord when I was twenty. I always knew of Him but head knowledge and heart knowledge came together as I was brought to the end of myself. I was centered on myself until the Lord began showing me how utterly empty and lost I was. I am still learning those lessons, but the grace of Christ is continually growing and changing me.

2 Corinthians 5:21 along with Galatians 2:20 are the crucible of what God did for me through Jesus. He took all of my mess to the cross and gave me His perfect life and perfect standing before God. This great exchange of His perfection for my sin is the deepest mystery and the most profound life-changing event that is mine by faith. It never gets old. It never ceases to blow my mind.

Amy is my amazing, beautiful wife. She and I have three children. We first came to GFC after losing our fourth child, Josh, soon after birth. We came deeply hurting and heartbroken. Through the love of the people and the teaching, we developed a deeper trust in God.

I became an elder at GFC in 2012 and became full-time staff in 2014. One thing I enjoy about serving at GFC is the passion and excitement of the people. God has given GFC some of the most humble, talented, gifted, and faithful servants I have ever known. We don’t try to do everything, but by God’s grace, what we do is done with excellence.

Hope for Grace Fellowship

My hope for GFC is that we pursue God’s desire for His church. Bigger does not mean better, but dreaming God’s will involves taking steps of faith that only work when He makes them work. I want to follow Christ and be able to say with others, “Look at what God has done here. It is more than we could have ever imagined.”

Peter LaRuffa

Fort Thomas Campus Pastor
peterlaruffa@graceky.org

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Life Story

I grew up in New York City. My sister and I were raised by my single mother who sacrificially loved us. My entire childhood was spent in the same apartment building in Flushing, New York, home of my beloved NY Mets. I spent most of my school days in Catholic schools, an education I am grateful for. I played a variety of sports and was on a bowling team for 8 years.

The Lord used a painful divorce to show my mother her need for Him. As my mom came to know the Lord, she did everything she could to expose us to the gospel. When I was 10 years old, my mother and I went to an evangelistic crusade where the gospel was clearly preached. At that point in time, everything became very personal. Jesus didn’t just “die for people”, He died for me. He didn’t just “pay for the sins of the world”, He paid for MY sin by dying on the cross. I believe this is when the Lord opened my eyes to my need for a Savior and His provision in Christ.

I met Brad Bigney in the late 90s when he came to speak at a men’s retreat. He became a mentor and a friend to me and even spent some time visiting us in NYC with his family. In January 2006, Brad asked me to pray about moving to KY to serve as the youth pastor at GFC. I told him I’d pray about it and thought I’d never do it. I moved to NKY and GFC on Memorial Day of that same year. I have been a pastor at GFC ever since. One thing I enjoy about serving at GFC is witnessing the depth and distance our church members will go to care for one another.

Sarah and I were married in November 2002. The Lord has blessed us with four wonderful children: Justin, Jonathan, Emma, and Silas.

Hope for Grace Fellowship

I hope and pray GFC continues to grow and change in ways that are honoring to the Lord and helpful to the people He brings us. May God give us wisdom as we help others apply the gospel to their lives. I’m convinced the best is yet to come.

Todd Richmond

Missions & Operations Pastor
toddrichmond@graceky.org

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Life Story

I was raised in a great Christian family in Milford, OH. I was actively involved in church and youth group. At age 13, I made a profession of faith and was baptized, however it wasn’t until after college that I really embraced who God is and what Christ has done for me. This change was brought on by some coworkers who questioned my faith. It was at this point, around the age of 23, that my life was radically changed as a follower of Christ.

God continues to teach me to trust Him at deeper and deeper levels. There are very important things in life that we have little to no control over. God says ‘Do not be afraid’, ‘Trust in Me’, ‘I am good’. I am learning to trust His goodness, even as I learn to wait on His perfect timing.

In 1996, I was seeking a stronger church for my fiance, Cindy, and I to attend. A coworker invited me to GFC. The very first Sunday we attended (in Turkeyfoot Middle School), the warmth of the people, the obvious spiritual life, and the great Biblical teaching by Pastor Brad made it obvious that this was home. We never looked anywhere else after that first Sunday.

I’ve had various roles at GFC over the years, but I have been on staff since 2008. I love the simplicity of keeping the main things the main things. And I love the unity that we have in the body and amongst the staff.

Cindy, whom I consider God’s most precious earthly gift to me, and I married in 1996.We have 3 teenage sons, each of whom comes with an amazing story of God’s providence that reminds me daily of His grace and goodness. I like reading, camping (glamping), making spreadsheets, and fixing things (sometimes).

Hope for Grace Fellowship

I hope that we will continue to faithfully follow Jesus as our head. That we will stay true to His word, not lose our first love, and continue to pray and strive to be His beautiful bride, no matter what happens to our society or even other churches.

Elders

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Zach Ashley

ashley.zach@gmail.com

Steve Barnett

sbarnett@indyhoneycomb.com

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Life Story

I was born and raised in Northern Kentucky in a church-going, good, conservative, middle-class family. My mom stayed home with me and my two older sisters while my dad worked a blue-collar job. Our relationships were good, but toward the end of high school I began to struggle with a disciplinary father, religion, and church. I chose the desires of the flesh and sinful pride, leading to a turbulent life. At 18, shortly after graduating high school, I was arrested for a gun-related felony and sentenced to 16 years of hard labor in the Kentucky State Penitentiary. On January 6, 1976, about two years into serving my time, God’s Spirit performed a Saul-like conversion (Acts 9) in my life. He opened my eyes, softened my heart and gave me repentance. As 2 Corinthians 5:17 says, “the old had passed away and the new had come.”

After serving what ended up being about 5 years, I was released on parole. Then the Lord led me to Asbury College, where I met my wife, Jayne. We settled back in Northern Kentucky. As we prepared to welcome our fifth child into the world, we struggled to find a local fellowship with sound doctrine, who preached the whole Bible, and put it into practice. So, we prayerfully joined a few other families to begin Grace Fellowship Church. I have had the pleasure of serving as a church elder off and on since that time.

God blessed us with a total of seven children, all of which are now grown. We’re a close and active family that loves nature and the outdoors. Most of our children have a relationship with Christ and we continue to trust Jesus to draw the others to Himself.

Hope for Grace Fellowship

Our hope for starting Grace Fellowship was, and is still, for a relevant, loving, and scriptural setting where we could love God and others. I am so grateful to hear a sincere man of God proclaiming the truth of God’s Word from the pulpit every Sunday.

Brad Bigney

bradbigney@graceky.org

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Life Story

I was born in Michigan to loving parents, along with my twin brother, Brian. Throughout my childhood, I lived in Maryland, Pittsburgh, Spain, Chattanooga and Knoxville. I consider Knoxville home because my parents still live there and I went to high school there.

When I was five, my brother and I attended VBS and brought home worksheets that said “For all have sinned…” Romans 3:23. This offended my mom and dad who believed sinners were bad people, doing bad things, and certainly not their precious boys. Mrs. Kirkpatrick, who invited us to VBS, then invited my parents to a Friday night adult Bible study, where my parents both came to faith in Christ.

In 1986, while serving as a Youth/Music Pastor at a church, I was significantly challenged by a sermon series on the sovereignty of God over ALL things. I decided to read all the way through the Bible, specifically looking for every reference to God’s sovereignty that I could find. That personal study greatly impacted me and has become a bedrock doctrine that encourages and steadies me in the face of all fears and personal suffering. To this day, I still use the same Bible I read and marked up all those years ago.

After nearly 10 years as a Youth/Music Pastor, I had a burden to be a lead pastor and to plant a church that was different. I desired a church that was characterized by spiritual transformation instead of just lots of Bible information.  To do that, I wanted to focus on small groups, passionate worship, intentional leadership development, and biblical counseling. So, it was with that passion that I agreed to be the first pastor of GFC, and began serving on Jan. 1, 1996.

I married my beloved Vicki in 1986 and we now have 5, young-adult children. We laugh a lot and love simply spending time together on the patio or over meals. I also love reading, (especially biographies) listening to music (all kinds), working in the yard and watching college or NFL football.

Hope for GFC
To not compromise on being and doing what God’s called us to do. To see us launch more campuses in other areas, so that more people can serve each other at close range, and reach out to hurting people in their community.

Brian Fannin

brianfannin@graceky.org

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Life Story

I grew up in Greenup and Boyd Counties in eastern KY. I was raised by loving parents who valued hard work and simple living. We went to church regularly. We did not have much but I was never hungry. God was good, but He was also a little scary to me.

I truly came to know the Lord when I was twenty. I always knew of Him but head knowledge and heart knowledge came together as I was brought to the end of myself. I was centered on myself until the Lord began showing me how utterly empty and lost I was. I am still learning those lessons, but the grace of Christ is continually growing and changing me.

2 Corinthians 5:21 along with Galatians 2:20 are the crucible of what God did for me through Jesus. He took all of my mess to the cross and gave me His perfect life and perfect standing before God. This great exchange of His perfection for my sin is the deepest mystery and the most profound life-changing event that is mine by faith. It never gets old. It never ceases to blow my mind.

Amy is my amazing, beautiful wife. She and I have three children. We first came to GFC after losing our fourth child, Josh, soon after birth. We came deeply hurting and heartbroken. Through the love of the people and the teaching, we developed a deeper trust in God.

I became an elder at GFC in 2012 and became full-time staff in 2014. One thing I enjoy about serving at GFC is the passion and excitement of the people. God has given GFC some of the most humble, talented, gifted, and faithful servants I have ever known. We don’t try to do everything, but by God’s grace, what we do is done with excellence.

Hope for Grace Fellowship

My hope for GFC is that we pursue God’s desire for His church. Bigger does not mean better, but dreaming God’s will involves taking steps of faith that only work when He makes them work. I want to follow Christ and be able to say with others, “Look at what God has done here. It is more than we could have ever imagined.”

David Gautraud

bendaco@simpleobjects.com

Peter LaRuffa

peterlaruffa@graceky.org

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Life Story

I grew up in New York City. My sister and I were raised by my single mother who sacrificially loved us. My entire childhood was spent in the same apartment building in Flushing, New York, home of my beloved NY Mets. I spent most of my school days in Catholic schools, an education I am grateful for. I played a variety of sports and was on a bowling team for 8 years.

The Lord used a painful divorce to show my mother her need for Him. As my mom came to know the Lord, she did everything she could to expose us to the gospel. When I was 10 years old, my mother and I went to an evangelistic crusade where the gospel was clearly preached. At that point in time, everything became very personal. Jesus didn’t just “die for people”, He died for me. He didn’t just “pay for the sins of the world”, He paid for MY sin by dying on the cross. I believe this is when the Lord opened my eyes to my need for a Savior and His provision in Christ.

I met Brad Bigney in the late 90s when he came to speak at a men’s retreat. He became a mentor and a friend to me and even spent some time visiting us in NYC with his family. In January 2006, Brad asked me to pray about moving to KY to serve as the youth pastor at GFC. I told him I’d pray about it and thought I’d never do it. I moved to NKY and GFC on Memorial Day of that same year. I have been a pastor at GFC ever since. One thing I enjoy about serving at GFC is witnessing the depth and distance our church members will go to care for one another.

Sarah and I were married in November 2002. The Lord has blessed us with four wonderful children: Justin, Jonathan, Emma, and Silas.

Hope for Grace Fellowship

I hope and pray GFC continues to grow and change in ways that are honoring to the Lord and helpful to the people He brings us. May God give us wisdom as we help others apply the gospel to their lives. I’m convinced the best is yet to come.

Pat Glenn

Glenzoo@juno.com

Roger Patterson

mrrluvsb@gmail.com

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Life Story

I grew up in Bliss, Idaho and various parts of northern Utah. My parents were divorced when I was 5, and I grew up primarily with my mother and stepfather in the LDS (Mormon) church.

When I was 16, I looked at my dad’s life (another marriage falling apart, alcoholism) and decided I wanted to do everything the opposite. I stopped drinking and met (and married) a cute Christian girl. Throughout college, I would have considered myself an agnostic, at best, even as I was outwardly “Christian.” Christianity was more of a moral code for me than a submission to Jesus as Lord. I was training to be a science teacher, embracing the humanistic evolutionary worldview.

After getting a job as a teacher, we attended a baptist church in Sheridan, WY. I played the game and pretended to be a good Christian, but I was a hypocrite. I had become the very thing I hated about the fake piety of the Mormons I grew up among. The next summer, while building a house for my brother-in-law, I decided to read the Bible. It was either all true, or none of it was true. I can’t say exactly when, but I know that God had changed my heart. I saw my own sin and hated it. I looked to Christ for forgiveness, trusting that He would continue to receive my repentance and that the Holy Spirit would lead me.

I currently work as a Christian apologist, so I have learned much about specific arguments to combat false ideas and religions. Over the last several years, I have come to rely less on arguments and more on biblical admonitions. It is not my words that change hearts, but the work of the Holy Spirit. Above all of the scientific and theological arguments, I always want to point people to the hope that I have in Christ (1 Peter 3:14-17). I want to leave the hope of forgiveness of sins through repentance and faith in Jesus ringing in their ears more than doubts about the big bang or claims the Bible can be trusted.

I have been serving as an elder since 2012 and enjoy helping people see more and more of the joy of following Jesus while teaching them to apply all of the truths we have in the Bible to their lives.

Becky and I have three children – our twins, Seth & Ally, and Kolten. You will often find me and my family enjoying the good outdoors via disc golf, fly fishing, hiking, hunting, and wood-working. Did I mention disc golf?

Hope for Grace Fellowship
I want to see our church family grow in holiness and, as a peculiar people, take the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ to our neighbors, family, coworkers, and around the globe, as God calls each of us to unique areas of service.

Todd Richmond

toddrichmond@graceky.org

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Life Story

I was raised in a great Christian family in Milford, OH. I was actively involved in church and youth group. At age 13, I made a profession of faith and was baptized, however it wasn’t until after college that I really embraced who God is and what Christ has done for me. This change was brought on by some coworkers who questioned my faith. It was at this point, around the age of 23, that my life was radically changed as a follower of Christ.

God continues to teach me to trust Him at deeper and deeper levels. There are very important things in life that we have little to no control over. God says ‘Do not be afraid’, ‘Trust in Me’, ‘I am good’. I am learning to trust His goodness, even as I learn to wait on His perfect timing.

In 1996, I was seeking a stronger church for my fiance, Cindy, and I to attend. A coworker invited me to GFC. The very first Sunday we attended (in Turkeyfoot Middle School), the warmth of the people, the obvious spiritual life, and the great Biblical teaching by Pastor Brad made it obvious that this was home. We never looked anywhere else after that first Sunday.

I’ve had various roles at GFC over the years, but I have been on staff since 2008. I love the simplicity of keeping the main things the main things. And I love the unity that we have in the body and amongst the staff.

Cindy, whom I consider God’s most precious earthly gift to me, and I married in 1996. We have 3 teenage sons, each of whom comes with an amazing story of God’s providence that reminds me daily of His grace and goodness. I like reading, camping (glamping), making spreadsheets, and fixing things (sometimes).

Hope for Grace Fellowship

I hope that we will continue to faithfully follow Jesus as our head. That we will stay true to His word, not lose our first love, and continue to pray and strive to be His beautiful bride, no matter what happens to our society or even other churches.

Staff

David Michael, Director of Small Groups
davidmichael@graceky.org

Bob Greenwood, Counseling Pastor
bobgreenwood@graceky.org

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Life Story

If you had told me years ago that I was going to be a pastor in a church, I would have told you that you had the wrong guy.

I grew up in the Over the Rhine district of Cincinnati. Our family did not go to church, but as a boy, I woke up early on Sundays and walked to the church near our house. I believed that if I went to church, I went to heaven. I first heard and understood what the Gospel meant years later when I saw my wife Arlene’s example and, later, when I went to a Promise Keeper event with some godly men. Those friends continued to teach me about the Gospel after the event. In 1996, during a dark time, I knelt beside my bed, confessed my sin, and asked God to come into my life.

We had been attending the church Arlene had gone to her whole life. We had been married in that church and our girls were raised there. When I suggested leaving, my wife supported my desire and we came to Grace in 2000. In 2002, I was asked to serve as a deacon. In 2003, I became an elder. In 2004, I came on staff. I love feeling part of a family when I am in our small group or at church on Sunday mornings.

Arlene and I have two grown daughters. Erin lives nearby and is active in counseling at GFC. Lindsay lives in Lebanon with her husband Nathan and our three grandchildren. In my free time, I enjoy taking walks, golfing, bike riding, and reading. Our grandchildren are all active in sports, so we love to go to their events to cheer them on.

Hope for Grace Fellowship

My hope for GFC is that God will continue to bless our church and all of its ministries. I pray for wisdom and discernment for our leaders; for unity among leaders and the body. I pray that God will grow people in our small groups and that He will use our counseling ministry to serve others who are in need of help to change and grow. I pray that we are always listening to and following Him.

Brad Spence, Director of Worship
bradspence@graceky.org

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Life Story

I grew up in a Christian home where godly values were modeled for me.  I made a choice to follow Christ when I was very young. However, looking back at my life decisions, I now recognize my motivation for doing right was more of a desire to please my parents than to please God.

This root motivator changed significantly when my wife and I moved to KY in 2000.  We started attending Grace and my eyes were opened in a new way. I believe it was this point that I truly began a relationship with Christ.

We originally moved to KY for my job as a pilot for Comair Airlines. I had my degree in music education but decided flying commercial airplanes, as my dad had done, had a lot more appeal.

We quickly found Grace Fellowship and instantly loved the preaching.  The worship, however, was unlike any we’d experienced on a regular basis. Loud singing, raised hands and shouts of praise were new to us.  One of the first sermon series we experienced was on worship (God’s sense of humor?). It was clear that GFC’s style of worship was grounded in Scripture.  Still, I would need some time to get used to this.

Pretty early on,  I joined the worship team as a keyboardist.  Over the next few years, I was asked to lead worship on occasion.  Then in 2004, the current worship leader let me know that he and his wife were moving to Florida and asked if I would take over as the worship leader.  That was not something I felt comfortable with nor had a great desire to do. I let the church know I would fill in until someone else, more suitable, was found.  I guess they’re still looking! God grew my love for leading worship and in 2010 I came on staff full time and have never looked back.

Janelle and I met in 8th grade and enjoyed a long friendship before our marriage in 1997. We have 2 daughters, Noelle and Sadie. Noelle would be happiest under a warm blanket, reading a book. Sadie wants to create, grow, and groom anything and everything. Games and snacks are a favorite pastime in our home.

Even though I do a lot of musical things at church, I still enjoy playing piano, recording, and writing every chance I get. The outdoors continue to call my name too. Running, mountain biking, hiking, and swimming are a few of my favorite things.

Hope for Grace Fellowship

My hope for GFC is that we would be used to shine the light of the gospel and that people would continue to come to a knowledge of this gospel, just as I have. I hope that worship would become a way of life, not just a moment or place and that we would remain unified in all of this because of our passion for Christ.

Lee Nordine, Director of A/V Technology
leenordine@graceky.org

Aaron Barnett, Fort Thomas Associate Campus Pastor
aaronbarnett@graceky.org

Cindy Malott, Director of Children’s Ministry
cindymalott@graceky.org

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Life Story

I was one of ten children born into a Catholic family in the Cincinnati area. My father died when I was 18 and it was a difficult time for my mother who was left to raise her children alone.

God plucked me out of darkness in 1995. By then, I was married and living in Florida with my husband. We were both self-centered sinners and our marriage was falling apart. Around that time, through God’s divine providence, I went to a women’s retreat with friends and began reading the Bible. God started to soften my heart to His truth, mercy, and grace. My husband saw the changes in my life and God touched his heart in the same way. We began attending a Bible-believing church and God opened our eyes to His greatness.

In 2011, my husband died after a brief battle with cancer. We had been married for 28 years. I knew about God’s sovereignty and His purpose in suffering, but this was the first time I experienced that through a real crisis. God was faithful to me in my grief. His comfort, strength, and love poured into my life. God continues to show HImself faithful and trustworthy as He continues to grow and care for me.

I have been working at GFC as the Director of Children’s Ministry since 2015. I am overwhelmed and grateful on Sunday mornings as I witness God working through the humble, Christ-like servants through the Grace Kids team of volunteers. In my time away from GFC, I enjoy listening to music, spending time with the Lord, and taking walks alone or with friends – along the beach, preferably!

Hope for Grace Fellowship

My hope is that the Lord would be pleased to accomplish His vision at GFC. That He would raise up a generation of Christians who have the courage to stand, the confidence to speak up, and the heart to sacrifice. And that God would work through this team to instill in the children at Grace a desire to read the word of God, give them the strength to obey it, and grant them the inexpressible joy of being changed by it.

Joshua Lewis, Director of Middle School Ministries
joshualewis@graceky.org

Ryan Fultz, Director of High School Ministries
ryanfultz@graceky.org

Shawn Blankenship, Facilities Manager
shawnblankenship@graceky.org

Rachel Boone, Finance & Office Manager
rachelboone@graceky.org

Lisa Van Berkel, Communications Manager
lisavanberkel@graceky.org

Linda Markesbery, Resource Center Coordinator
lindamarkesbery@graceky.org

Taylor Caudill, Fort Thomas Children’s Ministry Coordinator
taylorcaudill@graceky.org

Jesus Cantu, Fort Thomas Campus Worship Leader
jesuscantu@graceky.org

Brian Clark, Fort Thomas A/V Coordinator
brianclark@graceky.org

Jules Leith, Deaf Ministry Coordinator
julesleith@graceky.org

Anne Steinmetz, Assistant to Small Groups & Florence Campus Pastor
annesteinmetz@graceky.org

Andrew Kist, Assistant to Fort Thomas Campus Pastors
andrewkist@graceky.org

Cyndi Allison, Assistant to Florence Front Office, Missions, & Worship
cyndiallison@graceky.org

Kristen Owsley, Assistant to Lead Pastor
kristenowsley@graceky.org

Cherie Knutson, Assistant to Counseling & Database Administrator
cherieknutson@graceky.org

Christy Owens, Assistant to Children’s Ministry & Finance
christyowens@graceky.org

Gabbi Noll, Assistant to Middle & High School Ministries
gabbinoll@graceky.org

Deacons

Ricque DeWald
ricque_dewald@toyota.com

Larry Hereth
lhereth@icloud.com

Steve Lee
indyhoss@gmail.com

Jerry Nash
jerry_nashjr@ohionational.com

Bob Smith
bobsmith@graceky.org

Chuck Steinmetz
ceams77@gmail.com

Ben Townsend
ben@trackerproducts.com

Tim Waits
waits.gfcflo@gmail.com

Mark Pepper
markuspepper1986@gmail.com

Matt Knipfer
matthewknipfer@gmail.com

Rick Bular
rfbbular@gmail.com

Jimmy Parrish
jimmyjparrish@gmail.com

Doug Ortenzi
srw.doug@gmail.com

Don Price
donhollyprice@juno.com

Joe Zuerner
joezuerner@gmail.com

John Wingfield
johnwingfieldlac@gmail.com

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