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Staff Alumni

Alisha Crooks

Operations Coordinator

In October 2014, God called a Kentucky girl to serve in ministry in Red Lion, PA. Alisha previously worked with nonprofits and vulnerable populations with the help of her social work degree and she uses those experiences to show love and compassion to those in our community with her position at Servants.
In August of 2021, Alisha and her husband moved to Montana, where she now works remotely to continue assisting Servants' Operations team.

Amy Miller

Operations Coordinator

Amy joined the Servants’ team in Janauary 2022. She initailly connected with Servants as a volunteer, assisting in the office with administrative tasks, answering the phone, and completing applications with homeowners. As she volunteered, she found that she identified with Servants mission of serving Christ, building relationships, transforming lives, and providing hope. Amy is passionate about showing mercy, kindness, help and restoration to people in need.

Cristhian Carrera

SARF Administrator

​Cristhian graduated high school in Guatemala with a background in accounting with a specialty in computing. Currently he is attending university to get his degree in business administration.

He began working with Servants in Guatemala in 2018 to help as a bookkeeper but has since flourished to do so much more.  Aside from helping the ministry in administration, he enjoys being able to visit the families we serve to get to know them better and help them as he can with his own input.

“Servants has helped me grow a lot spiritually because I have learned how to start each day seeking God in the work we do and the purpose he has for my life.”

Heather King

Administrative Assistant

Heather began serving as a volunteer with Servants in 2017. Her love for people and desire to fulfill God's call to, “love thy neighbor as thy self” (Matt 22:34-40) has led her to accept a position at Servants in 2020 after waiting for God’s timing to fulfill His Call for missional work. She is looking forward to having God lead & teach her along this journey believing fully that God qualifies the called.

Heather is blessed to be the mother of four amazing children (Casey, Katie, Abi & Gabrielle). They enjoy traveling, volunteering, spending time together at sporting events, and playing games. You will often find Heather hiking the trails, running a race or volunteering on most weekends. Her family lives out God’s calling to love thy neighbor with fun Random Acts of Kindness, volunteering, and believes Godly citizenship should be fun & taught to the next generation.

Kevin Ressler

Project Manager

Kevin joined the Servants staff in January 2022 as a project manager for the Lancaster County Healthy Homes Initiative. He worked as a machinist for over 40 years, and he has served as a volunteer in home repair ministry since 2006. It was through that ministry that God developed his passion for home repair and helping people in need. When his boss retired at the end of 2021, it seemed like God’s perfect timing to move into ministry full-time!

Marcia Meehan

Major Gifts Officer

Marcia joined Servants in October 2020 after a career working with the YMCA, Meals on Wheels, Byrnes Health Education Center, and several other not-for-profit organizations that provide services for youth and families. Her desire to serve began as a youth when she participated in local mission trips with her church in Pittsburgh. As an adult, she had the opportunity to take a mission trip to Guatemala to help build facilities for children alongside other Christians from across the US. This life-changing experience led her to join the Servants team and help give others this same transformational experience.

Marcia's most recent job as a fundraising consultant had taken her all over the US, but she is thrilled to be back in the York area near family and friends. Marcia has been both a Rotarian and Kiwanian and volunteers locally for non-profits that serve both families in need and animals. She enjoys hiking, biking, reading, baking and exploring new places.

Michelle “Michy” Letona

SARF Family Representative

Michy is passionate about what she does, she pushes herself to do things well, and give her best in all her efforts. She is a preschool teacher and loves to teach and work in education to help her fellow Guatemalans. Even though she is passionate about working with little kids, God has called her to share with others her testimony so that they can see even though we all experience difficult moments, God always helps us through them.

Working with Servants, her main focus is visiting families to make sure their health, economic situation, education, and especially their spirituality is doing well. Aside from spending personal time with the families, she also helps the kids in the families attend meetings in school (almost like a big sister) to make sure things are understood and they are properly cared for. When it is necessary to provide nutrition baskets through the ministry, she also makes the majority of purchases, organizes, and delivers them.

Michy also acts as the ministry’s legal representative which means administrative meetings with lawyers, accountants, etc. to make sure the legality of the ministry is kept current.

Nate Talamantez

Project Manager

Nate joined Servants in May of 2022 as a project manager for the York County Healthy Home Initiative. In the role, Nate will be leading volunteers on projects that increase safety and accessibility for under-resourced homeowners. Nate has worked in construction and remodeling for years and is excited to use those skills serve people in need.

Olga Mercado de Giron

SARF Family Representative

Olga started as the mother of one of our at-risk families in Guatemala. Since 2013, we have seen her grow as a strong Christian leader both inside and outside the church. In 2015, she married Elias. Olga has 3 children, 2 of which still live with her.

Olga’s heart for service is clear and anyone who has met her on a trip will back that up! She loves to help others and share her own testimony to encourage others to overcome adversity to show the love of Christ.

Olga is now working with us as a missionary in Guatemala (she is originally from Honduras) serving at-risk families as part of our team, using what she has learned of God’s love and power in her life to share that hope with others.

Steve Fowler

Chief Operations Officer

In April of 2014 Steve had the opportunity to go on his first Disaster Recovery Mission Trip with Servants. With over 20 years’ experience in residential construction, he jumped at the chance! After returning from the trip, Steve felt God calling him to get more involved with the Home Helps Ministry. Steve is currently serving our Chief Operations Officer and is looking forward to seeing where God will lead Servants in the years to come.

The Brobsts

Missionaries to Guatemala

God took hold of our hearts during our first missions trip to Guatemala in 2011. We returned to the U.S. and all of our hopes, dreams, and desires were radically changed to want to serve God’s people in Guatemala. He used our skills, desires, and experience to guide us to His true calling upon our lives. You can read more about this story and the ministry He has called to by checking out our ministry page at Uniting 2 Serve.

We’d like to invite you to partner with us through prayer as we continue to share our experiences and bridge the gap between Guatemala and our home country. To learn more about those ministries and stay updated on how Jesus is allowing us to further His Kingdom in Guatemala please subscribe to our newsletter. God’s presence in Guatemala and His plan for the Guatemalan people is a miracle that all should witness.

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