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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Aaron Marvin

Chairman

Aaron is an owner of A.C.T. Builders and is also on the board of the BIA.

 Reuben Kulla

Vice Chairman 

Reuben is a self-employed painting contractor and a lifetime resident of Clark County. He and his wife Darlene have been married since 1989 and are blessed with seven children. He has taught Sunday school for several years and is a certified hunter's education instructor. Reuben enjoys the outdoors and loves to take kids with him to ramble in the woods. He enjoys all kinds of sports as well as hunting and fishing. His heart to see youth thrive is evident in all of Reuben's contributions to the Camp. He quietly mentors as he teaches kids to shoot arrows, drill holes for woodworking projects, and hike through the woods and caves of Camp Hope.

Dave Myllymaki

Secretary

Dave is a founder of ReNew Creations and currently on the board of the BIA.

Sharon Batten

Treasurer

Sharon is the founder of My Business Partner, providing bookeeping services to small and medium-sized businesses throughout the Northwest. She is passionate about our community, and we are grateful for her guidance and expertise.

James Oja

Board Member

James has joined the Camp Hope board; he will be taking care of all of the water and sewer concerns at the camp. He grew up on a working farm in Brush Prairie and graduated as an honor student from Battle Ground High School in 1960. He went on to receive an Associate in Arts from Clark College and then spent a year at the University of Portland. He then went to work as a maintenance engineer at a hospital in Portland. Jim was drafted in 1965 and spent two years on active duty obtaining the rank of E-7 as a lab technician. Upon return to civilian life, Jim eventually started a construction business. He earned a group-3 license in wastewater treatment as Distribution Manager, along with being a Cross-connection Control Specialist and Backflow Assembly Tester. During this time, Jim completed 20 years of duty in the Washington Army National Guard, retiring as a dining facility manager. Subsequently, he retired from the state, and continues to attend classes as needed to keep his licenses in good standing. Due to circumstances, he missed the most formative years of his girls' upbringing. He is thankful that they are doing very well. However, his desire is to make a difference in other young people's lives by providing them with a healthy environment in which to grow. He is looking forward to being a part of the Camp Hope cause.