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Matt Moreland Joins RMC Planned Giving and Trust Services »
Matt Moreland, current RMC assistant youth director, will transition to the RMC Planned Giving and Trust Services after the summer camp season. He will fill the position of field representative left by the unexpected passing of Julio Arias.
“Our department still mourns the loss of Julio Arias. His sunny disposition and tireless efforts were inspiring, and we miss him deeply. We are very grateful that the Lord is leading us through this difficult time, and that His hand has been evident in providing a field representative in whom we have confidence,” said director Doug Inglish.
Matt’s leadership and dedication in his current position have made a significant positive impact for Rocky Mountain youth, especially in connection with his work at Mill Springs Ranch in Wyoming,” Inglish commented. “He possesses the skill set that we believe is necessary for assisting families in making their estate plans, and he is looking forward to bringing his passion for ministry to our team,” he added.
"We are delighted about this next step in Matt's journey. I believe that the trust department will be a good fit for Matt's personality, experience and his passion for ministry," commented Steve Hamilton, RMC youth director. "The RMC youth department puts high value on being a training ground and launch pad for young leaders in the church. We are looking forward to working with the trust department during this transition time," he added.
The transition will not be immediate as Matt still has responsibilities with the youth department and will be wrapping things up through the summer. We feel a kinship to the youth department and want to make sure he has the flexibility to make this a smooth transition for them. At summer's end, Matt will experience some rigorous training through the certification process for this very specialized ministry. Please join us in prayer for Matt through his transition and in thanking God for blessing us with such a gifted young leader.
-- RMCNews with Doug Inglish; photo supplied by RMC youth