Rob Lloyd
Rob LloydFounder & CEO
Rob Lloyd, founded Responders Resource Center (RRC) as a Chaplaincy Training System to provide volunteers with the necessary tools to effectively care for people in crisis. As a certified instructor of the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, his numerous professional speaking engagements focus on research as well as his interest in the psycho-social aspects of Crisis Care.

Lloyd maintains oversight of the CISM Training and works with Community Partners to multiply their efforts, providing qualified volunteers with experience and heart. Lloyd is a CISM Team Member for Southwest Washington, has received training in Incident Command and National Incident Management through FEMA and serves as a Rapid Response Chaplain for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. He is also a Senior Chaplain with the International Alliance of Chaplain Corps. His reputation is one of service before self with absolute integrity.

Rob lives in Brush Prairie, WA., with His Wife Jeanne who is also a trained Community Chaplain. You can meet Rob on Sunday Mornings at Freedom Community Church in Vancouver, WA., where he serves as Senior Pastor.

Shelley Servellon
Shelley ServellonVice President/Treasurer
Shelley Servellon combines her depth of personal experience in domestic violence, as well as mom to a special needs daughter, with the training she’s received through Responder’s Resource Center. Her goal is to reach families who have similar stories. Servellon’s work with children includes emergency response in onsite school crisis situations as well as hands on oversite of special needs facility projects.

Servellon’s early career in healthcare and continuing work as Mentor to young women struggling with drug and alcohol abuse, prepared her to understand communication with a diverse population. It has also provided a broad knowledge of social services and community resources; which Servellon employs as a community chaplain. Servellon’s current work with a local law firm’s financial portfolio has enabled RRC to ask the right questions.

Shelley and her Husband Miguel volunteer together on mission trips to Mexico, where Miguel serves as translator. They live in Washington with their two daughters Madison and Allison. Madison serves enthusiastically as a greeter in her church and Allison’s passion for art has earned her several awards at the State and County level. All four are grateful for the love and support they receive daily from grandparents Ron and Jean.

Clint Hilman
Clint HilmanSecretary
Clint Hilman’s career spans more than 50 years specializing in Building Codes, Fire Safety and Damage Assessment to determine structural safety. Hilman also built custom homes through his company, H & H Construction. This expertise informs his response to Critical Incidents and makes him a valued Board member. Hilman grew up in Washington, attended Portland State College studying Civil/Structural Engineering and continued his training through hands on carpentry, apprentice electrician and numerous classes to maintain certifications as a Building Official, Inspector, Plans Examiner, Mechanical Inspector, Fire Marshall and related technologies. Hilman has also taken several of the courses offered through RRC.

Deeply rooted in the Community, Clint and his wife Judy raised two children of their own. A son, Nate and daughter, Kaari. They helped to raise several multi-cultural students from countries including Japan, Russia, Korea and Trinidad. Today, Clint and Judy enjoy the opportunity to actively participate in the lives of their two granddaughters who live nearby, while Kaari’s husband’s business, supports community development and restoration after catastrophic events in Mexico.

Steve Zimmerman
Steve ZimmermanMember
Steve Zimmerman graduated from the University of Puget Sound, then went on to do his graduate work at Iliff School of Theology. After working as a youth pastor, he moved into an assistant pastor position and later to co-pastor, finally planting a church in Vancouver, WA. His career took Zimmerman from the pastorate but not from being mission minded when he became a short-term missionary to Gambia, Africa. Zimmerman understands what it means to have a Global perspective and knows the importance of visitation, outreach and responding to the spiritual and emotional needs of those in crisis or bereavement.

Having served 11 years on the Board of a regional bank, owned by his family and currently serving on the Board of two churches and three nonprofit ministries; allows Steve to be comfortable making presentations to clinical and executive leadership.

Steve continues to live in Washington with his wife, Janice who was a stay at home mom to their 6 children. She later returned to school for an accounting degree and worked with the Salvation Army for several years.