Introducing Unity of Huachuca’s Board of Trustees. Each member is invested, highly energized, and committed to doing all they can to make our spiritual center a place sincere truth seekers can call home.
My name is Maggie Richter and I have been coming to Unity of the Huachucas for 7 or 8 years. Unity and the people here have been a huge part of my journey and I am so grateful to both.
I grew up in a little town in Northern California, called Napa, out in the country with a horse and a dysfunctional family who did love me.
I spent most of my life as an atheist, resisting any connection to God, but in 2000, I started having long conversations with “something or someone” on my hour drive home from work at 1 in the morning. I decided it was God I was talking to and things in my life that had not been going well, began to change dramatically. Not knowing how be a “Christian” I tried some not so good fits in different non-denominational churches. Then I found Unity and began to find myself.
Unity has giving me wings. I have learned to love myself and those around me. I have, with love and trust, leapt into new possibilities and stretched my discarded abilities into strengths and adventures I had given up on. I have heard the “still small voice” that speaks to me and know it is God the Infinite.
My life is so different now from what it was. I believe I can fly.
Cathie was born in Sandy, Utah and at age three moved with her family to Anaheim, and then San Diego, CA where at 12 she started her life-long spiritual journey in Unity. Both her aunt and cousin are Unity Minister’s.
Cathie’s other passion is singing. She’s sung in numerous chorale groups, including the Sierra Vista Community Chorus.
She has two wonderful children, her son Wallace Wendeborn and her daughter Dawn Walter, who’s married to her son-in-law Mike Walter. The family includes her
“wonderful grandson David”.
Two and a half years ago she lost the love of her life, her husband Jim, to cancer. She’s now involved with Chorus, P.E.O. (Philanthropical Educational Organization), Garden Club and her beloved spiritual community here at Unity of the Huachucas.
She says she “is passionately loving every day and every experience!”
Perry began attending Unity of the Huachucas in October, 2006 with his family, Jennifer and Christian Toth. His family continued to attend regularly and he attended when home from his job as an on the road trucker. He covered all 48 states and got home for only three days every three weeks.
From his first service at Unity he knew he had found a place to live and grow spiritually. Unity has a guide line and instructions on how to live a spiritual life. It picked up where he was at after many years in 12 step groups and goes much further into the serenity and peace he craves.
After being born in Eufaula, AL and raised in Al and North FL he was drafted into the Army in 1970. He first worked Microwave radio systems, and then Tactical automatic switching systems (Computer Telephone switch). He did one tour in RVN (9mo) and tours (3 yrs) in Italy and Germany. He spent nine years at Ft. Huachuca, AZ , in the Electronic Proving Grounds. He didn’t retire but serviced 18 plus years.
He loves the Unity of the Huachucas church. He has us all in his heart and consciousness always.
Cheri was divinely relocated to Hereford in July, 2011 after retiring from the Kaiser Permanente medical system in Sacramento, CA. She “discovered” Unity principles after having attended a health fair at the church location in Hereford. She joined Unity in October, 2011, and has continued to be an active member since. Cheri has served, and is serving on the Board of Trustees (secretary, treasurer) for the last 3 years. She enjoys working in the gardens on the church grounds when time permits. Cheri has been looking for spiritual fulfillment for years, and has found Unity to be the perfect place for her. She is an active volunteer at Horsen’ Around Rescue ranch in Palominas, enjoying training the horses and staying connected with them. Cheri and her husband, Jim, are enjoying travelling the United States in their motor home during their retirement years.
Member at Large
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