2011-2012 Executive Board
Tom Corbett, Rich Winchell, Eric Alcott, Casey Fabiano, Dawn Landers, Sam Richbart
Clarence Havens, Ruth Havens, Dick Mcintosh, Scott Haima
Not Pictured: John Maybray and Scott Strozyk
I began coming to summer camp at Camp Hickory Hill when I was ten years old. I became a junior leader, collegian counselor, program director, assistant summer camp director and, in 1986, the summer camp director. My family and I attend Randall Baptist Church in Williamsville, NY. In 1992, I became the CSB Ministries Regional Director in this area and directing the Camp Hickory Hill summer camp ministry was one of my responsibilities. In 2008, I handed over the reigns as CSB Ministries Regional Director and became Camp Hickory Hill’s Executive Director
I have served on summer camp committee since 2007. I attend the Wesleyan Church of Hamburg, in Hamburg, New York, and, since 1999, have been very involved in the church’s Christian Service Brigade Unit that promotes and attends events, such as Fall Father/Son outings and Stock-A-Rama, at Camp Hickory Hill. I am the CSB Ministries Eastern Great Lakes Regional Director and, in this role, have a permanent seat on the Board of Camp Hickory Hill. I have four children, Britton age 25, Brandon age 24, Christine age 20, and Garrett age 18.
Jaimie first came to camp in Fall 2000 with one of his two sons for a Father/Son weekend. In 2003, he started coming to Summer Camp for one week, serving as a Cabin Leader, Craft Leader, and Camp Shepherd. His two sons, John and Jeff, have completed the LIT training and are active in leadership at camp.
Jaimie has been at Koinonia Fellowship in East Rochester since 1990. He has served on the church leadership board as a deacon, elder, and associate pastor. He and his wife, Audrey, have served in various ministries at the church including the worship team, marriage counseling, and youth group. Jaimie has participated as a Stockade and Battalion leader at Koinonia as well.
Jaimie graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1986 with a degree in Computer Engineering. He worked at Eastman Kodak for 21 years in software development and management. Six years ago, having left Kodak, he joined iCardiac Technologies, a biomedical startup company in Rochester. He is currently the Vice President of Technology at that company.
My husband, Clarence, and I have been the site managers here for almost 18 years. Before moving to Camp Hickory Hill, I was coordinator of the food service program and Clarence was involved in different positions on the Board and helping out with House and Grounds work. We have attended the Wesleyan Church of Hamburg in Hamburg, NY for almost 37 years (Clarence) and 51 years (Ruth). We are the parents of five children, 13 grandkids, and 1 great granddaughter.
My affiliation with Camp Hickory Hill began when my two sons attended summer camp.
When my sons were young we attended Randall Baptist Church in Williamsville, NY. I am the Senior Associate Dean for Medical Development and Alumni Relations at the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
I have been involved with Camp Hickory Hill since the 1960s—as a camper, in various summer staff positions during high school and college, as a summer camp senior leader, and in other volunteer capacities. I have served several times on the camp’s Executive Board since 1990. I attend Pearce Memorial Free Methodist Church in North Chili, NY and am a Child Protective Services administrator for the Monroe County Department of Human Services in Rochester, NY.
I have been a cabin leader for Girls Alive program at Camp Hickory Hill since the first Girls Alive season in 2004. In 2011 I was honored to become the Girls Alive camp shepherd for the Fire Flies. I have been attending Koinonia Fellowship in East Rochester, NY since I gave my life to the Lord in 2002. I have been employed with the same company since 1984 as a Lead Publishing Coordinator. I am married to a godly man whom the Lord chose for me and brought us together after my returning from Camp in 2008. We teach in the children’s ministry so we kid others that we have several children (but none that come home with us)!
I have been associated with CHH since 1972. My sons Jake and Rob both attended all CHH camp programs from Father/Son through Stockade and Battalion. Both sons were on the summer camp staff for 1-2 years. I have been a summer camp shepherd off and on for last 10 years and was an Executive Board member from 2002-2005 and board chairman from 2004-2005. My wife Kathy (Mac) has been Girls Alive camp director for the last 8 years. My wife and I have attend Ridgewood Bible Church most of our lives. I am the Brigade Chairman and have been Chief Ranger for all of the 40 years of CSB Unit 4774 at Ridgewood Bible Church; my wife has taught Junior Church at Ridge all her adult life. I retired in 2003 after having worked for Akzo Nobel Polymer Chemical LLC for 42 years in various technical and management positions. My wife and I have four children: two married girls, one married boy (Jake who is the Associate Director of Camp Loughridge Christian Camp in Tulsa, OK), and their youngest son, (Rob), is in grad. school in San Antonio. We also have seven grandchildren.
I became acquainted with CHH through being involved with the CSB ministry of my church. I have worked with CHH for the past twenty years in various capacities including Cabin Counselor, Rifle Range Instructor for both CHH and Girls Alive and on the Summer Camp Committee. I am currently attending Journey Christian Church (formerly known as Westside Baptist Church) in Rochester, NY. I work as a computer network designer.