Ted Snailum, Chairman
Ted is a Certified Public Accountant licensed to practice in Colorado. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Colorado State Board of Accountancy and the Colorado Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Joseph Fortna, Vice Chairman
Julie Reusser, Treasurer
Julie retired in 2014 from Kundinger, Corder and Engle, P.C. where she was a CPA, specializing in audits of non-profit organizations for 16 years. Prior to that, she worked as a CPA for another local firm auditing non-profits as well as doing tax work. Prior to entering the accounting world, Julie was a manager for Southwestern Bell in both the engineering and construction departments in Overland Park and Wichita, KS. Julie graduated from Bethany College, Lindsborg, KS, with a BA in Math/Math teaching and from Wichita State University with a BBA in Accounting. She has served on a number of finance committees for non-profit organizations, and served as church treasurer. She is looking forward to spending additional time volunteering as well camping, hiking, skiing and spending more time with her husband in their retirement.
Nathan Hoag, Secretary
Nathan Hoag is the pastor of Recovery Ministries at Cherry Hills Community Church in Highlands Ranch, CO. He and his wife Julie have been foster parents for the past year and a half and have had 7 children come through their home in that time. Nathan has Bachelors of Fine Arts in Public Relations from Valdosta State University and a Masters of Divinity from Denver Seminary. Nathan and Julie are passionate about mountain sports, reconciling kids to their families, and seeing people heal from their addictions.
Joe is the Utility Sales Manager for Renewable Energy and Transmission at General Cable, North America’s largest manufacturer of wire and cable. He graduated from Virginia Tech with a BS in Mechanical Engineering and from Xavier University with an MBA. Joe and his wife Kate are members of Trinity United Methodist Church and enjoy spending Sundays in the city with their three young children. Joe enjoys cycling and he races road, mountain, and cyclocross events from the spring to early winter. When not racing bikes Joe enjoys spending time in the outdoors with his family.
Ms. Goss is Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer of the Company and holds the same position at Guaranty Bank and Trust Company. Ms. Goss also has served as a director of Guaranty Bank and Trust Company since 2011. Prior to being appointed as Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer in 2011, Ms. Goss served as Executive Vice President, Commercial Banking of Guaranty Bank and Trust Company. Prior to joining the Company in 2006, Ms. Goss worked at U.S. Bank for 21 years, ending in the capacity of Senior Vice President and Manager for the Commercial Banking team. Ms. Goss served in a management capacity at U.S. Bank since 1996, including five years where (in addition to running a commercial team), she managed business banking lending groups in North Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Prior to 1996, Ms. Goss was a senior relationship manager, progressing into this role after two years of formal credit training at the beginning of her banking career.
In addition to her board roles at Guaranty Bancorp and Guaranty Bank and Trust Company, Ms. Goss serves on the Board of Encon United, a privately-held manufacturer of pre-stressed concrete products since 2007, serves on the Board of the Denver Rescue Mission from 2007 to 2012 and 2014 to present (held positions as Secretary, Treasurer and a member of the Finance Committee), and has served in various capacities since 2000 on Church Council and it’s Executive Committee at Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit (currently Treasurer; previously served as Treasurer, Councilperson for Stewardship and Secretary). At Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit, Cathy is also a member of the Stewardship Committee, the Building Committee, the Outreach Committee, participates in choir and international mission trips, and served as a Sunday School teacher for over ten years.
Ms. Goss has a Masters Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance from the University of Colorado and a Bachelors Degree in Medical Records Administration from Viterbo College in LaCrosse, Wisconsin.
John is the author of several books, including QBQ! The Question Behind the Question, Outstanding!, and Parenting the QBQ Way. He first entered the training and development industry in 1986, and now serves as a keynote speaker on one core principle: PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY. John and Karen married in 1980 and are blessed with seven children and three grandchildren. John is a Cornell University graduate.
Dr. Brad Strait is Senior Pastor at Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church in Englewood. With over 25 years of pastoral experience, he has taught all over the world and currently serves as an Associate Professor at Denver Seminary in Leadership and Spiritual Formation. His energetic faith pushes though the cracks of real-life sidewalks: he was a grief counselor on scene after Columbine High School shooting, the Aurora Theater tragedy, in south India after the 2004 Tsunami, and in refugee camps of Central America. Brad has served as Chaplain for several police and fire departments, the Colorado House of Representatives, and the Denver Rescue Mission. His passion is to push people toward a deeper relationship with the incarnational Jesus, especially as this applies to prayer, missional living and world Christianity. His wife, Cathy, and his three daughters are his treasure and cheering section.
Ron retired in 2015 from a professional career that included 10 years of public (CPA) and private accounting, 30 years in banking (CoBank), and 2.5 years as VP of Advancement at Denver Seminary. His Kingdom ventures included Sunday School teacher and serving on church elder boards in Washington state and locally with Cherry Hills Community Church. Ron also served on the board of Cherry Hills Christian School.
Raised in a Christian home as a “preacher’s kid”, his family moved several times from North Carolina to Michigan to Ohio. He met his high school sweetheart, Maxine in Ohio and they were married in 1970. Professional relocations took them from Ohio to Kentucky to Washington and finally to Colorado in 1996.
Ron and Maxine believe God has generously blessed them so that they can bless others. They have 2 grown daughters and 3 grandchildren. They live in Castle Rock.