Elders

Charlie Story

Charlie has been self-employed in the construction field since the age of 27.  Six weeks after attending Central Christian Church in 1979, Charlie was baptized.  He has been an elder for the past 36 years and has served the Sabinal community as Mayor, on the City Council, in EMS, on the School Board and within numerous charitable causes.  Charlie served his country in the military and married Glenda, his high school sweetheart and CCC Music Director.

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David Kring

You will find David filling many different roles at CCC.  "See a need, fill a need" is what I have observed in David's character.  David has been a member for more than 14 years along with Vicki, his wife of 44 years, and has been an elder for most of his years at CCC.    He retired from AEP and has dedicated his second career to encouraging the youth by coaching and teaching.  David has been a believer since childhood while growing up in a Christian home.  He enjoys history, genealogy and sports and is deeply devoted to his family. 

Larry Trulove

While working in the pipeline and fabrication field for the past 40 years, Larry currently does civil work for the pipeline industry, in and around South Texas. Larry also has a long background in photography, dating back to his high school days. He and His wife, Annalee, have been active members of Central Christian Church since 1992. Larry has served the church in various ways, taking turns teaching both Sunday morning Bible study, and a Wednesday night class as well. He can also be seen, camera in hand, providing images for special events and social media for the church. Larry and Annalee, have two sons, Lincoln, wife Tina, and Colin, wife Jodie, and 5 grandchildren.

210-414-9067

larrytrulove@backroadimages.net

Mike Nuckles

Mike was raised at Central Christian Church.  He has served CCC as a deacon, treasurer and elder.   Mike spent forty years riding the rails of the railroad before retiring and has served the Sabinal community on the City Council.  He lives in Sabinal along with his wife, Barbara and granddaughter Shae and is immensely proud of his daughter, Amanda and grandson, Scot.

Bo Casburn

Bo has been a firefighter and paramedic for the City of San Antonio for more than 20 years and has served on community leadership boards in various capacities.  His wife, Cindy, and their three children have lived in Sabinal since 2007 and have been attending Central Christian Church from their first Sunday in town.  In addition to saving lives on the streets of San Antonio, Bo serves the Lord through church leadership as well as through Operation Christmas Child, a children’s evangelistic mission project of Samaritan’s Purse and Central Christian Church.