UCHC Board President
Robert, a 7th generation Texan, was born in Kingsville, Texas, in 1960. Having spent the majority of his adult life in Conroe, Texas working for the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Robert retired in 2009 as the jail administrator after 28 years. In 2012 Robert moved to Kerrville while working as an inspector for the Texas Commission on Jail Standards. Robert discovered Unity Church of the Hill Country shortly after moving to Kerrville and it has been his spiritual home and source ever since. Robert’s intention for Unity church of the Hill country is “for our church and its members to continue to grow and prosper, guided by the principles of Unity."
UCHC Board Treasurer
Debbie has been with Davidson, Freedle, Espenhover & Overby, PC, accounting firm, since 2012. Debbie has over 25 years of experience in accounting and bookkeeping in privately-held, non-profit and public sectors. She assists a wide variety of clients with onsite and in-house hands-on accounting services. Debbie has a diverse professional background in small business, law practice and as comptroller for Riverhill Country Club. She attended Caldwell College for Women majoring in business finance. This makes her a great addition to our leadership team. On a personal note, Debbie is married to her husband, Lance, and has a daughter, 2 sons and 6 grandchildren, She enjoys making jewely, crocheting, the outdoors and volunteering with many non-profit fundraising organizations.
UCHC Board Secretary
Born and raised in Hoisington, Kansas, Ginny moved to Texas with her family when she was in the sixth grade. Ginny has studied Unity principals, a Course in Miracles and New Thought for about 24 yrs. She joined Unity of El Paso, Texas in 1994. Ginny and her husband, Garland, retired to the Kerrville area and joined UCHC in 2007. They have 4 children and six grandchildren between them. To help support the family Ginny has held many occupations, school teacher, bakery owner, cake decorator and currently owns and operates a longarm quilting business, Ginny’s Quilting. She does practice living the Unity principals and is always seeking Truth. Ginny is honored to serve using my time and talents to support the board.
BABARA KANA (B.K.)
UCHC Board Trustee
I became a member of UCHC in 2006. I was drawn to the love and openness fellow congregants offered. The 5 principles represented freedom from the restrictive dogma I had experienced from previous religious houses. During my 10 years at UCHC, I have served on the board 6 years and was a member of the building committee of our new church. I currently serve as building and grounds liaison. I have great love for the Unity movement and will continue to serve in whatever capacity the Divine moves me toward.
UCHC Board Trustee
I have been worshiping at Unity Church of the Hill Country for over twenty years. The guiding principles of Unity have provided a pathway to more joy, love and forgiveness in my life. I love our meditation chapel, our classes, our music and the sense of Community I have found with those who join me in worship and service here. I am a retired business woman who owned and operated a landscape contracting company in this community for 27 years. Before that I worked in higher education in both student services and teaching in the communication field. I have served on boards of the Hill Country Youth Ranch, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Riverside Nature Center. I now volunteer in the Central Mountains of Panama where I served in the U.S. Peace Corps over 50 years ago. I am helping young people who live in communities without a high school travel to the nearest high school or board at an International Baccalaureate High School we started in the area. I am blessed with three grown children married to wonderful spouses and five grandchildren.
UCHC Board Trustee
Kathie is a life-long Texan born in Gonzales. She has worked in the printing industry for over 35 years for several companies. Some of her responsibilities over the years were a graphic designer, newspaper composing room supervisor, print shop manager for a 5-hospital system, print buyer and document advisor for a 10-hospital system managed by Xerox Corp. in Dallas. After retiring from Xerox, Kathie and her husband Van moved to the Hill Country and settled in Kerrville where Van built their retirement home. Kathie served as Secretary here at Unity for three years. She has one daughter and four granddaughters living in Corsicana.