Doug Yoho - Director
Married to Vicki for 46 years on September 4, 2017. Children: Kimberly and Todd Roblin- 4 children - 2 boys, 2 girls and Jason - 2 boys.
Vicki & I graduated from Ashland University. Employed as local painting contractor.
Started because male role in America is being minimized- even in the church. Wanted to do something that would allow men to be proud of the role they’ve been given by God.
Al Farnam - Assistant Director
Married to Penny for 17 years, we have a blended family of 7 children, 16 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
We've owned and operated a heating and cooling business since 1984.
We are active members of Park Street Brethren Church.
Dick Bryant - CFO
Dick is a retired Chemical Engineer who moved to Ashland in 2000 from Dallas, TX. Ashland is his wife Sherry’s home town and her parents live here.
Dick has been in volunteer leadership positions in Texas and Ohio with Promise Keepers and Kairos Prison Ministry, as well as ministries of their local churches. He has been part of the leadership team of Ashland Men since it’s founding.
Dick and Sherry are members of Park Street Brethren church.
Richard Strickling - Recording Secretary
Married to Sharon for 49 yrs. on June 30th, 2017. Children: Jason and Lana Strickling - 2 children, Owen and Mya. Shawna - 5 Sons : Alden, Leif, Sam, Silas and Judah, Rachael and Michael Thieme.
Attended Anderson College and Ball State University after H.S. Upon returning to Ashland in 1973, I began work with the City of Ashland in the Water Pollution Control Division( Maintenance and Operations until 1984, then became Chief Operator and Superintendent until retirement in 2003 after 30 years of service. )
I was introduced to Ashland Men through conversations about a vision to reach Men in our City and County to take major strides in becoming better Men, Husbands and Fathers. The emphasis on men taking a greater role in praying for themselves... and for others struck a chord with me.
1. The ministry has 501 (C) (3) non-profit status with the state of Ohio.
2. The officers follow the policies and procedures of its non-profit status as it relates to all of its proceedings, duties and financial responsibilities.