John Thrower is married to the first and only love of his life, his goodwife Diana. John and Diana have been married 39 years. John and Diana both accepted Jesus as their Savior in 1983.
They are blessed with four fantastic children. Audra, their eldest, is happily married to John Notgrass and loves their 5-year-old son Henry and two year old son Toby. Bethany, their second daughter, is joyfully married to Matthew Coad and is blessed with sons, 6-year-old Eddie and 5-year-old Liam. John, Jr., is an enterprising son and is 22. Luke is an awesome son and is 18.
John has served as the President of The Family Vision since 2007. John’s passion is best stated in The Family Vision’s mission statement: Faithfully Equipping Generations.
Jamie Stull has been married to his wife, Betsy, for 28 wonderful years. They have been blessed to raise and home school four children. Micah (22) is a musician; Johanna (20) is a piano performance major at MOBAP; Myra (18) is a high school senior who excels in creative writing; and Josiah (15) pursues many creative and athletic endeavors.
When Jamie is not actively marketing and fund raising for The Family Vision, he enjoys serving others, meeting new people, outdoors activities, and music. Jamie also enjoys singing in his church choir and with the international championship chorus, The Ambassadors of Harmony.
Matthew Coad spends his time at TFV making technology do what it’s supposed to do and finding things for people. Matthew enjoys his life with his beautiful wife and two rambunctious little boys.
Brandon Bond has been married to Lara since 1996. They have seven children. Brandon has been the library’s coverall since 2011, filling in wherever and whenever needed. He spends most of his time at the library mailing materials all over the country to our online patrons, entering items for circulation, and setting up for special events. He enjoys library science and serving the patrons of the library. It is a joy for him to work in an environment that is always a new conversation away from ministering to someone not looking for it. He counts it a blessing to have made many new friends through the library and enjoys catching up with the patrons when they come in.