Larry Ehoff – Executive Pastor
Dan Kellogg – Founding Board Member, Senior Pastor
Dominique Ruybal – Board Member
Jessica Dietsch – Board Member
Cheryl Scheffer – Board Member
Linda Pazevic – Board Member
Larry Ehoff – Executive Pastor
Larry Ehoff is the Co-Pastor at Gold Creek Community Church. He is a philanthropist, missionary and pastor with an extreme desire to provide for the less fortunate in our world. He has been a business owner, lead singer for a popular 1980s Christian band and a song writer. He has made numerous appearances on Christian television in his over 35 years of ministry experience. He has done compassionate work with the peoples of Mexico, Peru, and Ecuador. Larry has done outreach to the needy in the US, especially his local community. He is a husband to his wonderful wife Anna, father to four amazing children, Tasha, Blake, Jaden and Jossaline, and now a grandfather to two amazing little boys, Jack and Charlie.
Dan Kellogg is the Senior Pastor at Gold Creek Community Church in Mill Creek, WA. He and his wife of 35 years, Audrey, started the church together with their neighbors in the local school, Totem Falls Elementary. The growth of Gold Creek has always been amazing, averaging 2-2500 in worship currently. Gold Creek has always been about people and doing the best we can to serve our members and the community. Dan has 34 years of pastoral experience including Youth Minister in Oskaloosa Nazarene, IA, Senior Pastor in Monterey, CA, and Senior Pastor in Concord, CA. Dan has a BA in Religion from Vennard Bible College and is a graduate from William Penn College, school of large church management.
Dominique Ruybal is a tenured residential real estate executive specializing in full-service brokerage for institutional owners. He specializes in the areas of high-volume home sales, end to end marketing, and complete corporate home production. Dominique is known in his region as one of Washington’s preferred REO & New Construction Representatives. DGR Real Estate, Dominique’s company, is state and federally certified as a minority owned small business through The Washington State Office of Minority and Women’s Business Enterprises (OMWBE). He is also an active member of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP). Dom’s heart is to serve people, and he is especially drawn to Hope Creek Charitable Foundation’s work in Mexico.
Jessica Dietsch spent 10 years at Microsoft serving customers, organizing projects, and supervising teams. She and her husband now have two busy young boys. As often as possible, Jessica is now using her skills in various projects within the Hope Creek Charitable Foundation. In February 2013, Jessica partnered with Medical Teams International to launch and manage a program that provides free dental care for people overcome with poverty and homelessness. Jessica established the annual free Dental Day sponsored by Hope Creek Charitable Foundation which provides free dental care to the Snohomish county community. Jessica has a strong passion to help those in need and is always looking for new ways to reach and serve her community.
Cheryl is the Compassion pastor at Gold Creek Community Church as well as the Director of Hope Creek Charitable Foundation. Cheryl oversees the many outreach programs of Hope Creek that impact our community with care and compassion. She also works with a grant writing team to get funds to help expand and grow existing and future programs.
Cheryl was a kindergarten and 1st grade teacher in the Snohomish School District for 30 years before moving to a Pastoral role at Gold Creek Church. Cheryl loves gardening, taking power walks and is passionate about helping people find their ‘niche’ to serve and make a difference for our community.
Linda Pazevic is the co-director of the Mill Creek Community Food Bank. She has been actively involved in the local schools and sports organizations for the past 17 years where she has served as a Jackson Leadership Council Parent Representative, Girl Scout Leader, PTSA president, concessions volunteer coordinator, along with many other roles. Formerly a paralegal, Linda has committed the last 24 years towards volunteerism and serving the community. She has contributed her time towards the food bank operations since it’s inception and looks forward to being a part of Hope Creek Charitable Foundation. She and her husband, Jon, have lived in Mill Creek for the past 25 years where they raised their three children.