I was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and moved to Myrtle Beach in 1975. I met my wife, Sue, at our 10-year class reunion in 1991. We were married in 1993. We have 5 children Olivia, the twins Sam & Hannah, Seth and Charlie. I have been in the construction industry since 1996. I was born a Dallas Cowboy fan, but I still love to surf and work on my 1957 Chevy Belair.
I have been happily married to Janine since 1976. We have two sons and four wonderful grandchildren. We moved to Murrells Inlet in 2016 and became partners here at Low Country Community Church in 2017. I spent 35 years in the Industrial and Marine Coatings Industry. Most of those years were served in sales and engineering. I am an AMPP Certified Coatings Inspector and Instructor for conventional and nuclear applications.
I retired from fulltime employment in August of 2018. Serving the Lord at LC3 by supporting our church leadership and watching God’s hands work through our church has been pure joy. I enjoy reading, golfing, traveling and meeting new people.
My wife Debbie and I moved to Murrells Inlet from Indianapolis, IN in April of 2017. We have been blessed with 2 children and 5 grandchildren.
Since April of 2017, the Lord has led us to serve here at LC3 Church:
Debbie with the Kenya Kids mission outreach along with LC3’s children’s ministry. I am an avid golfer who loves singing with the LC3 Praise Team (with my daughter) and follow the Indiana University men’s basketball program and Alabama Crimson Tide football. Debbie and I have served over 40 years combined laity ministry as marketplace believers.
I was born in Lincoln, Maine in November of 1951, but I spent most of childhood in the small town of Sturbridge Massachusetts. I graduated from Bentley College with a BSA and Bryant College with an MBA accounting concentration. I am an Air Force Veteran from 1971 to 1975. I have been married to my wife Mary since September of 1990. We moved here from Rhode Island 5 years ago. We don’t not have any children, but we are blessed with rescue dogs since marriage. Fun Fact: Accepted Jesus during an old-fashioned Tent Revival in Massachusetts in August of 1995.
Mary had been saved for many years. She would attend church alone each Sunday and would ask people to pray for my salvation. Prayers are powerful, so never stop praying for loved ones. Don’t give up.
I attended the Community College of Baltimore where I majored in Construction Management. I was employed by BGE, an Electric Utility in Maryland, where I ended my career as a Construction Supervisor after 43 years of service. I was integral in developing the curriculum for “Powerline Worker – Substation” as a subject matter expert for NCCER (a recognized National leader in construction training & certification). Upon retiring, my wife Debbie and I decided to relocate to Murrells Inlet after vacationing in Myrtle Beach for years. My wife and I have 1 son, 1 daughter and 5 grandkids – all who reside in Baltimore.
I am originally from the Central VA area where I spent most of my life. In my jobs I have lived in Indiana, Ohio, and North Carolina. I was in the automotive retail/ wholesale business for over forty years and spent the rest of my career in home improvement. I am semiretired working security in the local area. My wife Donna and I are a blended family with 2 sons, 2 daughters and 10 grandchildren. They are spread out between Virginia, Myrtle Beach and Florida. The kids in Florida have a small Covenant Fusion Church. The rest are in secular jobs. My interests are gardening, shooting, fishing and football especially the Carolina Panthers.
I’m from South Bend, Indiana and have lived in Murrells Inlet for 4 ½ yrs.
My wife Sara and I have been married for 38 years and have 2 daughters.
I retired after 30 years as a police officer in Indiana. My hobbies include golfing and the beach. I am currently the Boys Varsity Golf Coach at St.
James High School in Murrells Inlet. I have been a partner of LC3 for 4 ½ years.
I was born in New Jersey and moved to Virginia when I was 18. My religious education came from the Moody Bible Institute and Liberty University. I had been a professional truck driver for 35 years retiring in 1987. At age 12, the Lord came into my heart and in my early twenties, I was a serious Christ follower. I have served in Outreach Ministry for over 41 years. My wife Diane and I started attending LC3 when we moved here from Virginia. I became a partner of LC3 approximately 5 years ago and a have been deacon/overseer for 4 years. My wife Diane and I, partner as the leaders of the Prayer Team. Happy to say, I was ordained in LC3 Outreach Ministry a couple of years ago. Hope to see you along this amazing journey.
I was born in Northeastern Pennsylvania. After my college graduation, I was drafted, served 3 years in the Army and served in Vietnam. I served my Army tenure at Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio Texas. I raised 3 girls and have 6 grandchildren. I have been married to my wife Michelle for 26 years. For 46 years, I worked in the Newspaper and Television industry. I moved to Myrtle Beach in 1995 to work at WPDE-TV and later at WFXB Fox TV until my retirement. My passion is volunteering and for relaxation I love to fly fish for trout and hunt pheasant and deer.
I am originally from upstate New York. My wife, Kathy, and I moved to Murrells Inlet in 2016. I’ve been happily married to my high school sweetheart for over 52 years & have 2 daughters & 3 grandchildren. I’m a veteran of the US Navy. After my time in the military, I became a carpenter for over 50 years. My hobbies include traveling in our camper, hunting, fishing & just enjoying the great outdoors with our dogs. Most of all, I love sharing all about my love of Jesus. I’ve been born again since 1994.
I was born in Washington, D.C. and lived in the shadow of the U.S. Capitol for the first 3 years. Soon thereafter the family moved to the suburbs of Washington D.C. growing up in Montgomery County, MD. In December 1970, I was accepted as a police officer candidate with Montgomery County, MD. During my 27 years in law enforcement, I was tasked with an assortment of assignments which I found each exciting and challenging. As my second career for the last 14 years, I have been a partner in Hawkeye Realty, a small real estate firm. I have been blessed with 2 children from a previous marriage, Rick Jr. & Lorie Ann and now 5 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. The inspiration of my life, Louise Goodman, and I have been married for 19 years. I thank her for leading me to the spiritual awakening that led to my profession of faith in 2001. We both have been members of LC3 since 2001 and have enjoyed leadership in small groups, Project NOAH, LC3 Kenya Kids and serving when needed.
Originally from Indiana, I moved to Murrells Inlet, SC in 2016 with my wife, Christy and three children, William, Abigail and George. I currently own Hardwick Capital Management, an investment advisory firm and work for Platform Accounting Group as a Tax Manager. I have always loved music. I learned to play the guitar when I was 14 years old and immediately started playing music at school and at church camp. One of my greatest memories is playing camp songs on the 2 hour bus ride to church camp until my fingers bled. I learned the bass guitar, at the request of my Music teacher, so that I could help with the school music program when I was 15 years old. I ended up playing the bass guitar for the Show Choir, Pep Band and Marching Band. I have been honored to play the bass guitar in Praise and Worship for over 20 years. For relaxation and enjoyment, I listen to my vinyl record collection.
I was born in Walterboro, SC. I have worked most of my life as a Purchasing Manager for companies in South Carolina and Minnesota. I was also a member of the Army National Guard in both states. After I retired in 2011, my wife Barbara and I moved back to South Carolina. We have 6 children, 16 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Over the years, I have served as a Sunday School teacher, Sunday School Director, deacon and on small groups. I enjoy golfing, fishing and Clemson sports.
I am originally from Maryland where I was a founding partner for a millwork distributor. My wife, Donna, and I retired in Murrells Inlet in 2014. We have been married for 49 years and have one son & 2 granddaughters. I enjoy golfing and spending time with family and friends.
I was born and raised in Erie, PA. We moved from PA to South Carolina in 2015. I worked in sales for many years then ultimately taught science and chemistry to high school students. My wife Lynn and I have been married since 1987. We are blessed with 1 daughter, 2 sons and 4 grandchildren. I enjoy golfing, reading history and watching both football and baseball!
First. I would like to tell you what a blessing it is to be your deacon. I was born, and grew up, in Middletown Ohio. I have worked in the home building, and remodeling industry for most of my life. My lovely wife Shelly and I moved to Pawleys Island in early 2017. The Lord blessed us with 2 beautiful children, and 4 amazing grand babies. Shelly and I like taking long Jeep rides, boating and camping. We just enjoy being outdoors. I love telling others about Jesus and spreading His message to everyone.
I was born and raised in Akron, Ohio. I served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam era. I worked for and retired from the U.S. Postal Service. My wife Pat and I left the snow behind and moved to South Carolina in 2008. We share 2 sons, 1 stepson, 1 stepdaughter and 9 grandchildren. I have served on short-term missions to Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Guatemala, Brazil, Scotland, Cambodia and Cuba. I enjoy golf and senior softball.
My wife Debbie and I moved to Murrells inlet about 22 years ago. Our son Craig and his family live in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Our family owns FirstLight Home Care, an in-home care agency for seniors and adults that allows our clients to stay in their own homes. Debbie and I are avid fishermen and love LC3.
Although born in Ohio, I consider myself a southerner by the grace of God & the fact that my wife, Cindy, & our 2 small children, Davy and Kari, grew up in the Grand Strand area since 1984. I am retired from General Electric due to health issues. Over the past 40 years, I have enjoyed being involved in youth sports. I also enjoy playing golf. Over the past 40 years, I was honored to sing in several gospel quartet groups such as “A Few Good Men” who sang across the Grand Strand & who sang for opening day at the Pelicans Ballpark. My greatest pleasure now, besides my wife & kids, are my grandkids, CJ, Stella Grace and Luke.