Town: Greater Boyertown Area, Pa
Personal Life: Bill has been happily married to his wife (Patti) for 32 years. They have three (3) grown children – Ryan, Brittany and Aaron. Their daughter Brittany (and her husband Andy) just gave Patti and Bill their first grandchild – a son named Brecken. Bill is a diehard N.Y. Yankees and N.Y. Giants fan having grown up in upstate New York. He enjoys traveling with his wife, spoiling his kids (and grandson), reading Christian books (fiction as well as non-fiction) and just enjoying God’s creation.
Current Job: Bill is currently self-employed and the President of TMS Consulting Services, Inc. where he specializes in environmental engineering and consulting. He loves being self-employed because it affords him the flexibility to be involved in Christian activities and serving others.
Contribution to Shattered : Serves on the Board of Directors and is currently the acting Vice-President of the board.
Ministry Background: Bill is currently an Elder at Shepherd of the Hills and serves on Consistory. He was instrumental in bringing “The Bethel Bible Study Series” to Shepherd of the Hills and has taught two (2) separate classes since 2008. He currently serves as the Administrator of the program at his church. In the past, Bill was actively involved in the Alpha Program, and organized the “40 Days of Purpose” and “50 Days of Community” programs at Shepherd of the Hills.
At his previous church, Bill was a Deacon, served on Consistory (President), was an Advisor for the Youth Group and was Chairman of the Stewardship Committee.
Education Background : Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE) from Clarkson University (Potsdam, NY).
What is your personal reason for being involved with Shattered: Bill believes that, “as Christians, we need to have a greater impact on today’s society, especially the youth. If we can have a positive affect on the youth of today, we can help “steer the ship” back onto the right path, the path that God and Christ have shown us. As he learned through the Bethel Bible Study, “BLESSED TO BE A BLESSING” is what we are commanded to do – so let’s get started.”