Garret Larsen joined the Cho-Yeh staff in 2007 as our Summer Camp Director and now serves as the President & CEO. Garret and his wife, Kelly, along with their two boys moved from Princeton, New Jersey, after Garret finished his Master of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary. Garret knows first hand the powerful impact that the camping ministry has on youth and adults alike. He is passionate about the mission and vision of Cho-Yeh and is committed to expanding the impact that Cho-Yeh has in the lives of it's campers, staff & guests.
Andy joined the Cho-Yeh family in Fall of 2013 with his wife, Kristy, and two children Katie, 4, and Caleb, 6. Andy recently served as the Director of Camping Ministries at SAMBICA Camp & Conference Center in Washington for 8+ years where he gained a strong passion for investing into the lives of not only campers, but staff members as well. He is a graduate of Rocky Mountain Bible College and majored in Camping Ministry while receiving a B.A. in Leadership Development. Andy has camp heavily threaded into his life and is excited to lead, train, and equip all of Camp Cho-Yeh's staff to know and share the Gospel in the midst of living out our mission. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guy Bratton & Family: Retreats Director
Guy Bratton, his wife Beth, and their son Ben come to us from Ojai, California where Guy was the director of a camp for 8 years. Prior to that, he served as program director at the camp he grew up attending camp in northern Wisconsin. He holds a master's degree in youth ministry from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and attended Pepperdine University for his undergraduate work.
Bill McKelvie & Family: Facilities Director
Bill McKelvie, his wife Beth, and their 4 children joined the Cho-Yeh family this past November. Bill, our new Facilities Director, has an engineering degree from Purdue University, an MBA from TCU and over a decade of industrial maintenance experience. Bill and Beth have lived in the Midwest, the DFW area, and the east coast before returning to the promised land of East Texas!