401 SE 2nd

Amarillo, TX 79101

806-373-6402

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Faith City Mission has an amazing Board of Directors that listen and yield to the voice of God. Faith City is trusted in their leadership and love for the homeless and lost. Each board member is devoted and supported in our cause. We are blessed to have them. 

Paula O'Neal

President

Paula O’Neal has served on the board of Faith City Mission since 2005. She became involved with FCM by helping with a women’s bible study. FCM became dear to her heart because of her father’s struggle and victory over alcoholism. She loves to go to the Mission because she sees God heal hurting people and change their lives completely. Paula is a native Texan and attended Hardin Simmons University.  She has taught numerous bible studies, led women’s life groups, and mentored younger women.  Paula has volunteered for many different organizations throughout the years and has served on the Golden Spread Emmaus Board. She and her husband lead a marriage mentoring group and currently worship at Messiah’s House. Her hobbies include baking, gardening and shopping.  Paula has been married 42 years to Randy and they have 2 grown married children.

Dr. Shane Hand

1st Vice President

Dr. Shane Hand is a dynamic Doctor of Chiropractic with over 18 years of experience at the Amarillo Family Wellness Group. He and his wife Staci have been married for over 22 years and have two children, Hunter and Hayden. They are always extremely busy attending baseball and basketball games. Dr. Shane is also an avid bow hunter, and loves the outdoors. He and his family attend church at Messiah’s House in Amarillo, where he serves as a deacon. He has served on the board at Faith City Mission for many years, and is passionate about helping those who are broken to be restored. As a follower of Jesus Christ for over 30 years, Dr. Shane longs to develop an ever-deeper love relationship with Him, and seeks to advance the Kingdom of God daily with the help of the Holy Spirit.

Jerry Townsend

2nd Vice President

Jerry spent 38 years working in the car business and owning and leasing commercial real estate in Amarillo. For 24 years he owned and operated T K Auto Sales. Jerry grew up in Canyon and met his wife of 38 years, Debbie while attending WTSU. They have 2 married children and 7 grandchildren. They were members of Trinity Fellowship Church for 30 years. Following Jerry's retirement in October 2015, they moved back to Canyon where he and Debbie are now members of Hillside Christian Church. Jerry enjoys spending time with family, traveling, fishing and playing golf.

Jennifer Richey

Secretary

Originally from Hamlin, TX, Jennifer moved to San Angelo to pursue a career in accounting at Angelo State University.  This was where Jennifer met her husband, Cory.  Together they have two children, Kaitlyn and Jacob. They relocated from San Angelo to Amarillo in 2010.  Shortly after moving to Amarillo, Jennifer accepted the position of Office Manager at Amarillo Bone & Joint Clinic.  It was with her new employer where she became acquainted with Faith City Mission.  Jennifer founded the volunteer group at Amarillo Bone & Joint Clinic called “Team ABJC”.  It was through these volunteering activities where she found a passion for the broken and homeless.   With this passion came a higher calling and desire to serve Him through a leadership role at Faith City.  Jennifer also volunteers for Kindred Hospice and is an advocate for the 25Forty Foundation.  Jennifer and Cory are members of Paramount Baptist Church. 

Steve Lapp

Treasurer

Steve is Senior Vice President of the Fairly Group specializing in commercial, industrial, risk management and insurance solutions.   Steve has a bachelor’s degree in finance from West Texas A&M University.  He and his wife Sherrie have three grown daughters.  Steve has served as an Elder at Trinity Fellowship Church in Amarillo for the past 12 years.  He especially enjoys family time with his girls, and his new son in law, vacationing, golfing, and riding dirt bikes.

Bonna Benjamin

Monte Boaz

Monte has worked as a construction estimator and project manager since receiving his BS degree from the College of Engineering at Texas Tech University in 1996.  Monte and his wife Dana are members of Trinity Fellowship Church and they have two nearly grown boys.  As a family, they enjoy mountain camping, riding and racing dirt bikes, and snow skiing. 

Craig Curlee

Rian Clinton

Rian Clinton has been with Happy State Bank since 2011 and currently serves as President of the Virtual Branch.  He grew up in Peaster, TX receiving an Associates from Weatherford College and a Bachelors from Tarleton State University in Business Administration.  He has been married to his wife, Callahan, since 2009 and has been blessed with 3 amazing children, Olive, Anson and Maisey.  They love living in the small town of Canyon and attend the Canyon Campus of Hillside Christian Church.  Rian has a passion to see a generation awakened to real love, rise up with hearts as one and find value in the broken, hurting and lost.

Joe Hinton

Joe is a native Mississippian who got to Texas as fast as he could. Joe met his fiancé, Brittany, while attending Baylor University School of Law, and moved to Amarillo shortly after graduating in 2016. Joe practices in the personal and business wealth management section of Burdett, Morgan, Williamson & Boykin, LLP. In 2018, Joe was fortunate to become a member of the Board of Directors where he joyfully seeks to carry out the Christian goals of Faith City Mission.

Dustin Dodgin

Dustin serves and worships at Trinity Fellowship Church alongside his wife Kyla and two children, Anna and Liam. He is a Vice President at FirstCapital Bank of Texas. Dustin was raised in Amarillo and now resides here again, after spending some years in Los Angeles, New York and Houston. He serves on the board because he believes the mission lines up with his heart to help people in need. It is an active mission to spread the Good News of our Savior, Jesus Christ, while also fulfilling immediate, practical needs. He loves that the mission not only feeds, clothes and shelters people, but it also offers an opportunity for them to be set free.

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