Rob Lloyd
Rob LloydFounder & CEO
Rob Lloyd is the founder and CEO of the Responders Resource Center, a senior chaplain and the lead pastor of Freedom Community Church. He also teaches the vast majority of the courses in our chaplaincy training program and is a certified instructor of the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation. He is a Senior Chaplain for Freedom Community Church, serves as a Rapid Response Chaplain for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, a Senior Chaplain of International Alliance of Chaplain Corps, and a CISM team member in SW Washington. He is also trained in the FEMA Incident Command System and National Incident Management System, and has taken training from many other chaplaincy and trauma intervention organizations. It is Rob’s passion to provide excellent training for those who have a desire to assist people who have experienced events that have the potential to overwhelm them.
Shelley Servellon
Shelley ServellonVice President/Treasurer
Shelley Servellon has worked the past 10 years as a billing and HR administrator for O’Donnell Law Firm LLC and O’Donnell Clark & Crew LLP. She serves both as Treasurer and Vice President on the Responders Resource Center’s Board of Directors. Shelley is a volunteer chaplain for Freedom Community Church, and a CISM team member in SW Washington. She has completed training with the FEMA Incident Command System, the National Incident Management System and is a graduate of Responders Resource Center’s Chaplaincy Training Program. As a mother of two teenage girls, she finds mentoring young women in crisis, to be a very rewarding pathway in her chaplaincy volunteer work.
Clint Hilman
Clint HilmanSecretary
Education: Graduated High School 1962 Goldendale Wa. : Attended Portland State College three years, Civil/Structural Engineering Major. Completed numerous classes each year to obtain and maintain certifications as Building Official, Structural Building Inspector, Plans Examiner , Mechanical Inspector and related building code technologies. Completed coursework to obtain and maintain proficiency in Fire Safety Codes and fire investigation technology. Training and participation as member of City of Gresham’s Emergency Disaster Response Team. Recent chaplaincy training through Responders Resource Center.
Work History: Carpenter; Apprentice electrician; Mechanical Draftsman; Self-employed building contractor DBA H&H Builders; Building Inspector and Fire Safety Inspector, Klickitat County Wa.(1976); Building Codes Administrator/ Building Department manager, Klickitat County Wa. (1977-1983); Fire Marshal, Klickitat County Wa. (1979-1983); Building Official/Building Division Manager, City of Gresham, Or.(1983-2002); Self-Employed Building Codes Administration Consultant. (2002-2008) Currently retired/small farm operator.
Professional Memberships: International Conference of Building Officials (ICBO), an organization of Building Officials that develops and publishes the Structural and Mechanical codes that are adopted by States, Cities and Counties. Participated in several regional and statewide chapters of ICBO by serving on committees, boards of directors and other offices (i.e. secretary, vice president and president) elected by the membership. Chair, Board of Directors of the Washington Association of Building Officials; President, Oregon Building Officials Association; National Education Committee member ICBO; Chairman of a committee, consisting of all City and County Building Officials from Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington Counties in Oregon, that developed uniform building permit applications and inspection checklists. Current Board member of Freedom Community Church and Responders Resource Center.
Steve Zimmerman
Steve ZimmermanMember
Steve Zimmerman is a member of the boards: Responders Resource Center and Freedom Community Church. He presently serves on several other non-profit boards. He served on a regional bank board for 11 years. Steve planted a church in the Vancouver area and has pastored in churches for approximately 7 years. He is also a short-term missionary to Gambia, Africa. As a businessman, Steve owned and operated a construction company for over 30 years and is now a developer in Clark County. Steve graduated with his Masters of Divinity from Iliff School of Theology (Denver, CO) in 1979 and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Puget Sound (Tacoma, WA) in 1973.