Board of Directors
Dennis is the Vice President/General Manager of IBS Security in Columbus, Ohio. He has over 30 years of experience in Business and Finance. He and his wife Angie both came to a saving faith in Christ as a result of the Billy Graham ministry. They have been blessed with eight wonderful children and enjoy working together on their small farm in Newark, Ohio. They also raise and show Labrador Retrievers.
Dennis has served on the MMS board since 2016.
Bud is a retired School Administrator. Bud and his wife Jackie, also a retired educator, are graduates of Campbellsville University and Western Kentucky University. They also served as missionaries in Mexico and the Dominican Republic as educators. They recently moved to Wooster, Ohio to be closer to their daughter Jennifer and her family. They have two nine year old grandchildren.
Bud’s hobby is woodworking where he enjoys building things for family, friends and his church. Jackie is an avid reader and enjoys cooking.
Norris (Nory) is from Copley, Ohio. He graduated from Otterbein University in 1970 with a B A in Economics. Nory and his wife, Cathy, served with CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ) for 12 years early in their marriage. He worked in the President’s Office in strategic planning. Nory is now retired, but for the past 18 years continues as a partner in Joules Angstrom UV Printing Inks, Inc.
Norris has served on the MMS board since 2011 and was recently appointed Chairman of the Board.
Jay is a pilot for NetJets Aviation in Columbus, Ohio. He is a licensed Airframe and Powerplant mechanic, with a BS in Aviation Technology from LeTourneau University. Jay came to know Christ in 1973 at a family Bible camp. He has been involved in short term mission work in Honduras. Jay and his wife, Beth, live in Granville, Ohio and have five children.
Jay has been on the MMS Aviation board since 2017.
Sharon is from Coshocton, Ohio. She and her husband Les have two grown children and three grandchildren. They served as missionaries from 1980-1996, first with MMS Aviation then with World Gospel Mission in Bolivia. In 1996 Sharon and Les founded Mission Auto Connection (MAC) in Coshocton Ohio, a unique used car dealership whose heart purpose was to help missionaries with their vehicle needs within the United States. She served as Treasurer of MMS 1983-1986 and as Bolivia Field Treasurer 1988-1996.
Sharon began serving on the MMS board in 2013.
Born Sianjina currently resides in Coshocton, Ohio with his wife of 26 years, Angela. They adopted two young children upon moving to Coshocton and continue to “parent” them into young adulthood.
Born was raised in Kalomo, Zambia located in South Central Africa. He came to the United States in 1989 to attend Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. Born graduated from Harding University in 1993 with a Bachelor of Business Administration and from Kaplan University in 2011 with a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance.
Born has worked for Frontier Power Company in Coshocton for the past 21 years serving as the Chief Financial Officer. He also has been actively involved in the youth soccer programs in the Coshocton area. Born served as the lead high school soccer coach for Coshocton High School for 4 years and for River View Schools for approximately 16 years. He has also coached and refereed for the local recreation soccer league and club soccer leagues. Born currently offers private soccer lessons to youth preparing them for competitive soccer.
Born believes that his accomplishments would not have been possible without the foundation of his faith. Missionaries in Zambia convinced his grandfather to allow his father to attend a mission school to learn about the love of Jesus. Not only did Born’s father learn about the love of Jesus, he began a lifelong ministry of teaching others about his Savior. Born is humbled and honored to be a part of this legacy and works to continue the legacy.
Born serves as a Sunday school teacher, preacher when necessary and shares special music at the church he and his family attend in Coshocton. His faith is a guiding principle for his life.
Craig and his wife, Laurel, live in Alexandria, Ohio. They have 4 grown children and 5 grandchildren.
Craig served in the Ohio Air National Guard in the 160th Air Refueling Group as a jet engine mechanic for six years, and recently retired as a Senior Project Engineer working for Emerson Network Power. He has a private pilot’s license and a ham radio license. Craig and Laurel enjoy traveling and camping. Craig and Laurel’s biggest story is the miraculous circumstances of how they met and what God has done in their lives.
Craig has served on the MMS board since 2016.