Board of Directors

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Josh Bibler, Chairman of the Board

Josh Bibler - Chairman of the Board At Reveal Resource Center

Josh Bibler – Chairman of the Board At Reveal Resource Center. Josh has been living in the Northwest Austin area since 2001 with wife, Natalie, and their two boys, Jaden & Brody. Josh is the founding principal of Elite Financing Group, a local mortgage bank that has helped central Texans with home ownership for the past 14 years.

He and his family are proud members of The Church at Canyon Creek which teaches it’s members to love others by being on mission and supporting ministry to others. As a natural outflow of this mandate, Josh joined the board of directors in December of 2014, and now proudly serves alongside the many great people involved with Reveal Resource Center.

Ryan Noyce, Vice Chairman

Ryan Noyce - Vice Chairman at Reveal Resource CenterRyan has lived in Central Texas since 1999. He and his wife, Melissa, have three kids – Rylee (girl), Hannah (girl) and Henry (boy). Since moving to Cedar Park in 2013, the family have been active members of Hill Country Bible Church – Lakeline Campus where they have supported various ministries.

Ryan is a Senior Vice President of Lending with SouthStar Bank and has been in the banking industry for over 20 years. In June of 2018, Ryan joined the Board of Reveal Resource Center and you can find him serving on Monday nights at the food pantry. 

Susan Schaffer, Executive Director

Susan Schaffer - Treasurer at Reveal Resource Center

Susan has lived in Cedar Park for 27 years. She and her husband, Steve, have four children and two beautiful granddaughters. They are active members of Twin Lakes Fellowship.

Susan is the owner of RH Management, an accounting and association management firm specializing in non-profits. She loves to help people’s dreams of owning their own business come true by easing the burden of the financial aspect. She has put her love for the calculator and accounting to good use by helping new businesses, non-profits, and various established companies by successfully guiding them through start-up, turnaround, and growth modes.

Susan joined the Reveal Resource Center board in 2018. She served as Treasurer for four years before accepting the position as Executive Director in April 2022. She is looking towards the future with great expectation as God continues to bless Reveal Resource Center as we serve and bless those in the community.

Tom Laws, Treasurer

Tom Laws - Board Director at Reveal Resource Center

Tom has been on the Reveal Board since we started back in 2010 and has loved getting a front row seat to all that God is doing in this ministry. From the very beginning, with feeding just 12 families weekly, we have grown to over 400 families each week, and God has been faithful. We have never run out of food or turned anyone away. What makes us unique is that we tell people about Jesus and pray with them.

Our trucks and vans, proudly state that “We are the hands and feet of Jesus.” Over 600 souls have come to know Jesus personally while coming to get their food! We also are 97% volunteers, allowing us to do so much more with our $320 annual budget. Tom has served as both our board secretary and again as our treasurer.

Tom retired as Community Impact Director of Hill Country Bible Church Austin, where he got to partner and network with many great churches, non-profits, and ministries. He loves how the local churches and community comes together to provide the weekly needs of volunteers and dollars to make Reveal one of the leading feeding programs in Williamson County. Together we do so much more!

Tom likes to spend time with his wife, Cathy, their 2 children, and 4 grandchildren, traveling, and continuing to serve at Reveal (his favorite!), his church, and in the community.

Tim Schlung, Secretary

Tim Schlung - Secretary at Reveal Resource Center

Tim’s desire to reach the underresourced began with a missions trip to Mexico when he was just 13 years old. Since then his journey to serve those in need has led him through seminary (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) and into a wide spectrum of ministry and pastoral roles, such as serving the homeless in the streets of Chicago, to teaching impoverished pastors in the mountains of Honduras, and now to his current role as Missions (Local and Global) Pastor of Life Church in Leander.

Since relocating from Illinois to Texas with his wife and 2 children, Tim is excited to now serve on the Reveal Board as he sees RRC not only impacting the local community in the name of Jesus, but also uniting many different churches and denominations under the banner of Christ.

John Marotz, Board of Director

John Marotz - Board Director at Reveal Resource CenterJohn Marotz is the husband of Mary (yes he married way above his league ) and is the proud father of his Beautiful daughter Megan. He makes a living as a floor maintenance contractor.

When John’s not working, he’s busy following his passion to help eliminate hunger and serve others. Over the last few decades been serving others through local food pantries. John is a charter member and current board member of the Reveal Resource Center.

Greg Crouch, Board of Director

Greg Crouch - Board Director at Reveal Resource CenterGreg, a native Texan who moved to Austin in 1988, has seen Austin’s growth and change.

Greg and his wife, MaryKay, have two children, Megan and Chandler, each who have a calling to serve the local community and Church. After visiting his son Chandler, serving with the US Peace Corps in Panama, Greg deepened his passion of finding better ways to redistribute fresh food and produce from local Austin groceries back to those in need.

Greg is a graduate of Texas A&M. For over 25 years, Greg helped build Austin based National Instruments into a global organization and one of Austin’s largest employers.

Karen Deyo, Board of Director

Karen Deyo - Board Director at Reveal Resource Center

Karen was looking for an opportunity to serve in her community. After serving in organizations that her boys were involved in it was time to find something new. The nest became empty. She had heard about Reveal through her Church and soon started volunteering on a regular basis. This was in 2011. Most Monday’s and Tuesday’s you can find her in the food building.

Karen Loves to watch God at work as He always provides exactly what is needed for the people that we serve.

Karen and her family have lived and in Cedar Park for 25 years.

Michelle Johnson, Board of Director

Michelle Johnson - Board Director at Reveal Resource CenterMichelle Johnson is mom of 3 boys. Plus, she has been blessed with 2 grandchildren! When Michelle is not with her family cooking meat on the BBQ pit or celebrating another family birthday, her other passion is for non-profits and locally owned businesses.

Connecting, nurturing and inspiring people within our community to help them grow personally and professionally is a big part of her life. She hopes to build awareness and foster relationships that will help enrich the quality of life for others and fulfill the ministry mission at Reveal.

Brad Woolf, Board of Director

Brad and wife Teresa “Wee” have lived in the Austin area since 2014. Loves God. Evangelist, missionary, volunteer, member of Twin Lakes Fellowship Church; disciple and serving God’s ministries since 2015. Began volunteering at Reveal in 2017, became a board member in 2018. A professional in high technology in making health care better every single day.

Has a heart for Jesus Christ and beholds to the Reveal Ministry Mission of being a member of the Hands and Feet of Jesus.

Mel Kirkland, Board of Director

Mel is an entrepreneur and runs his own consulting company servicing the greater Austin & Cedar Park areas. In this role, Mel consults and supports residents and construction contractors providing Business Development and Project Coordination.

Mel Kirkland has been a proud resident of Cedar Park, Texas for over 17 years, and has lived in the Forest Oaks Subdivision since 2005. He is a past – President of the Forest Oaks HOA Board and was on the HOA board for five years.

Mel is currently starting his third term on the Cedar Park City Council. He serves on the BCRUA Regional Board Water, the Capitol Area Council of Gov’ts, Economic Subcommittee, City Charter Review Committee, the Community Development Corporation and Tourism Board. He was also Mayor Pro-Tem.

Including Reveal, Mel also serves on the board for the Central Texas YMCA Board, and volunteers for the CP Library Foundation, Jail2Jobs, Heroes Night Out, the Leander Excellence in Education Foundation (LEEF), the Austin Steam Train, Native Plant Society of Texas and the 100 Club.

Mel has been a member of Gateway Church.

Fred Voll, Board of Director

When Fred retired from the process automation industry in 2020 he made a decision to focus his time and talents on his family and on being a disciple of Jesus Christ. In addition to increasing his involvement with Rockbridge Church in Cedar Park he began exploring other ways to serve others. For more than a year he has been one of the many important cogs in the wheel that enables the Reveal Resource Center to fulfill its mission.

Fred’s new chapter in life has also led him to become active with the Austin Disaster Relief Network, having recently become a Certified Emergency Response Team volunteer. Other mission work engagements include serving the Eagles Nest orphanage in Guatemala.

Fred lives in Travis County with his awesome wife, Alana. Between them they have four children and four grandchildren with a fifth on the way! Fred and Alana enjoy boating, hiking, traveling and just doing life together.

Linda Starnes, Board of Director

Linda has been a servant leader and volunteer at Reveal Resource Center for the last 11 years. During that time, she has been involved in almost every aspect of the organization, witnessing God’s many blessings first-hand. She feels very blessed for the opportunity to help Reveal be the Hands and Feet of Jesus, providing food, clothing, diapers, and spiritual support to the community, all while experiencing her own personal growth.

Linda moved to Austin in 1983 and has lived in Cedar Park since 1985. She retired after 27 years of employment with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Linda and her husband, David, have been married for 40 years and are very active in the local community. They love spending time with their two children and four grandchildren.