Board of Directors
Warren Tyson received a formal call to pastoral ministry at Shady Pine Mennonite Church, Willow Hill, Pa. (1981-1986) which led to seminary training and a pastorate with the Zion Mennonite Church, York, Pa., (1988-1998). He holds a Master of Arts degree in Church Leadership (1988) from Eastern Mennonite Seminary, Harrisonburg, Va. In July 1998, he became Conference Minister for the Atlantic Coast Conference of the Mennonite Church USA, Lancaster, Pa., and in 2007 accepted an expanded role as ACC Executive Conference Minister. In December 1998, he became Conference Minister for the Eastern District Conference of the Mennonite Church USA, Lansdale, Pa. He retired from both conference minister roles as of December 31, 2015. Earlier experience includes growing up on a family farm, operating a milk processing plant that included a dairy store, and later building, and operating a fully automated hardwood lumber sawmill for over 15 years.
Past board experience includes member of the Mennonite Church General Board, Atlantic Coast Conference representative (1993-1998); Industrial and Commercial Ministries, volunteer chaplain (1993-1996); Camp Hebron, Halifax, Pa., board member (1999-2003); Resources for Resolving Conflict, Lancaster, Pa., board member (2002-2005); Mennonite Church USA Constituency Leaders Council, member, vice-chair (2001-2015); Frederick Mennonite Community/Frederick Living, member, Governance Committee (2009-2013); Grace Community Fellowship and Education Centre, Nairobi, Kenya, member, past chair of USA support board (2011-2017); Christopher Dock Mennonite High School, Lansdale, Pa., board member, vice-chair, then chair, co-chair of the Christopher Dock/Penn View Christian School unified board (2011 to 2016); co-chair, then vice-chair of Dock Mennonite Academy, Lansdale, Pa. (2016-2018), quarterly board member, Lancaster Mennonite School, Lancaster, Pa., (2016-2018.)
Warren is an active member of the Forest Hills Mennonite Church, Leola, Pa. and participates in worship leadership, Sunday School teaching, and Care Team ministry. Hobbies include attending performance events of grandchildren, baseball, walking/regular exercise, researching family history, and travel.
Nathan Yorgey has over 20 years of experience in multiple Information Technology areas and is the President of North America Operations at CyberTwin, LLC. Nathan has a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Cedarville University (2000) and hold an MBA in Entrepreneurial Leadership & Innovation (2018) from Stevens Technical University He holds multiple technology certifications and is a participating member of many industry vertical consortiums and committees.
Nathan attends Harvest Bible Fellowship Church in Colebrookdale Pa where he serves in various capacities. He resides in Boyertown Pa with his wife and 3 children. Previous church experience includes participating with Pastoral Search Committees, Men’s Ministry Leadership Team, Senior High Youth Group Leader, and 2 year old class assistant.
In the community Nathan has raised funds for the 150 Multiple Sclerosis City to Shore Ride for the Cure and the Leukemia Light the Night 2-mile Walk for the Cure.
Michelle M. Forsell, Esq. was appointed to the Frederick Living Board in September 2017. She is with Wolf, Baldwin & Associates located in Pennsburg, PA. Legal experience includes the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas, and a large Philadelphia firm. Attorney Forsell serves on the Board of Directors of the Bar Association of Lehigh County and as an arbitrator of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas. She is also an adjunct professor at Cedar Crest College in Allentown. Attorney Forsell focuses her practice on estate planning/administration and municipal law.
Nathan Weaver is a Manager at Detweiler, Hershey & Associates, P.C. and is a licensed CPA. Nathan is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Nathan graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Messiah College.
Nathan and his family attend Franconia Mennonite Church. Church involvement includes being a church board member and volunteering with his wife in the nursery. In the community, Nathan is actively involved with the Mennonite Heritage Center, Delaware Valley Mennonite Economic Development Association, and Messiah College's Bux-Mont Regional Council.
Rebecca is a Registered Nurse, Clinical Educator, and owner of several businesses. Her education includes a Master of Science Instructional Design and Technology, a Bachelor of Science Nursing, Bachelor of Science for RN: Business Administration and Diploma in Nursing.
Her affiliations include the Board of Trustees of Missio Seminary (formerly Biblical Theological Seminary), serving on the Academic Committee, Technology Committee and Real Estate Relocation Committee; Board Member of Upper Bucks Vo-Technical School Nursing Program; and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. Rebecca and David have been married for 27 years. They have 3 adult children. Although they are active with the Calvary Church of Souderton, Rebecca enjoys “the ministry of the kitchen table” the most.
Robert (Bob) Nase is a Registered Architect and licensed in PA over 20 years. He is experienced in educational, municipal, ecclesiastical, mixed use, retail, commercial, industrial, medical, dental and healthcare space planning, institutional, and a wide variety of custom residences and additions, including preliminary planning and feasibility studies.
Bob Nase is active in the Deep Run West Mennonite Church, including serving as Elder. In the community, he serves on the Upper Salford Township Planning Commission, Planning Commissioner (1998 to present); PA UCC Indian Valley Regional Appeals Board, Chairman (2008 to present); Upper Salford Township Park Board Member, Chairman (1994-1998); Red Hill Christian school Board Member (2006 to 2012), and Chalfont Borough, Bucks County Municipal Property Maintenance Code Appeals Board (2013 to present).
Stieven (Steve) Weidner works in the Information Technology field. He has IT Manager/Director and consultant services. Other related work includes operations, design and hosting/cloud computing, relationship management, and business risk/crisis management experience.
Steve is active with New Hanover Evangelical Lutheran Church, having served as Chair of the Mutual Ministry Committee, former Financial Secretary for the Sunday School, Youth Advisor and various committees. In the community he has been involved with the High School Ski Club (chaperone), Little League Coach (former), and Soccer League Coach (former).
Steve Weidner has two adult married children, and three grandchildren. His hobbies include snow and water skiing, boating and travel.
Sunita Nikerle has been an adjunct faculty member in Mathematics at Montgomery County Community College since 2012. She majored in Math, Physics and Chemistry in her undergrad studies at Hyderabad Central University in India. Sunita has also taught at Ursinus College. She is multi-lingual, having studied English, Telugu, Hindi and French.
Sunita attends Bally Mennonite Church where she uses her gifts in prayer and evangelism. She has lived in the Boyertown School District area since 2001 where she is was actively involved as a volunteer in the school district all through her children's school years. Sunita has three grown children, a daughter and two sons.
Additionally, Sunita's other interests include traveling, reading, writing and acting.
James (Jim) Landis spent half his life on a family farm processing eggs laid by 45,000 Chickens. When interest rates sky rocketed and equipment needed to be replaced, seeking another field of employment seemed a better option. Jim was able to become an apprentice in the plumbing and heating field, which then led him to begin his own business. Upon his retirement, the business continues to be run by family members.
Jim is active in the Bally Mennonite Church. He has served in many capacities over the years including church council chair, advisor to the youth group, involvement in the pastoral search and teaching Sunday School. Jim uses his gifts of service in the community through his involvement with the Open link and Meals on Wheels. He has also participated in service projects through the local church and Mennonite Disaster Service.
Jim and his wife have three children who are married and nine grandchildren. His hobbies include reading church periodicals, hunting, participating in activities with his grandchildren and enjoying creation, especially in Sullivan County.
Sharon Hohlfield is the Vice President of Payer Contracting at Physicians Endoscopy, an organization that partners with GI physicians to manage GI practices to develop and manage single specialty Ambulatory Surgery Centers. She has been with the company since 2005 and has over 30 years of experience in healthcare. Sharon oversees the Payer Contracting department which is responsible for negotiating network agreements between PE partners and insurance companies.
Previously, Sharon worked for a home care staffing company where she managed the pediatric home care division, which provided up to 24 hour nursing services to families with medically fragile children. Sharon holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Shippensburg University.
Sharon and her husband, Bill have been married for 25 years and reside in Schwenksville, PA. They have two sons in college and enjoy attending their collegiate games, as well as traveling during the summer to watch them play baseball.