Person on Elders
John and his wife Betsy have attended Cedar Run Community Church since 1995, except for their time in Missouri and New Jersey from 2000-2005. They have four children and live in Northern Virginia. John and Betsy enjoy attending life group together and teaching bible studies for boys and girls. Betsy serves as a team captain for the Salt and Light ministry to the homeless, and the family has been active in Cedar Run ministry opportunities in Nicaragua.
Tim Danehower and his wife Joyce have attended Cedar Run since 2001. They have four children and live in Chantilly. Tim enjoys teaching at our Sunday morning adult education class, Cornerstone. He is a long time advisory board member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and serves on the board of Keystone Christian Ministries. He spends a great deal of time volunteering as a youth league basketball and baseball coach. Tim has worked in the Financial Services Industry for over 25 years.
Bob Huber has been attending Cedar Run since 1988 with his wife, Susan and their children — Rick and his wife Christine, Steve, and Kristen all still live in the area. Since 1989 Bob has served as church treasurer while also serving on the Elder board. He feels blessed to serve with Susan and others for many years with the church’s Global Ministry. He finds it a joy to see CRCC partnering with Christian organizations and missionaries serving locally, in other parts of the US and in many foreign countries. Bob sees our church as biblically sound with a strong emphasis on relationships and caring for others.
Matt Milstead and his wife Wendy live in Herndon and have three daughters. Their family has been coming to Cedar Run since 2005, which was a natural fit due to the fellowship and the many other families they knew who were attending. As well as serving on the Elder Board, Matt attends a weekly Bible study, and is involved with supporting the Cedar Run youth group and Young Life.
Tony Syme has been a business executive in the engineering and technology industry for over 25 years. He and his wife Phyllis have made the Chantilly/Herndon area their home since 1989. Together they have three children Matthew, Kate and Molly who have attended or are currently attending Texas Christian University and Chantilly High School. Tony is also involved in the community through activities with Young Life and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.