To learn more about officers, see Leadership. Bios below.
Cap Clark is an usher and also serves on the Clean Water Ministry Team. He works at Wells Fargo, but his favorite pastime is having family adventures with wife Shannon and two sons Gavin (5) and Sam (2).
Peggy Larus has been a member of FPC since 1971. She participates in the Women’s Bible Study group and is active in Adult Ministries and Presbyterian Women in various roles. Peggy is an artist and a retired kitchen designer. She and her husband Bobby have three grown daughters.
Katie Morgan is active in Presbyterian Women, serves on the PW Council and is a member of Circle 3, and participates in youth and children’s ministries. She is a part-time educational consultant and enjoys tennis, reading, and knitting. Katie and her husband Ward have three children: Carter (15), Audrey (12) and Maeve (7).
Susan Sokolsky joined FPC in 2016 and been involved in the Ushers Guild and Discover First. She is Administrative Coordinator for Alumni and Career Services at University of Richmond. Susan enjoys sewing, needlework, baking, and gardening.
Kasey Sutton is involved with Caring Friends ministry and homebound communion, and also serves as an usher. He is a mortgage banker, and enjoys playing golf and spending time with family and friends. Kasey and his wife Erin have one son, Smith (3).
Emily Tafel is active with FPC 101, Presbyterian Women, Diaconate and serves as a Children’s Sunday School Superintendent. She works for Bon Secours and enjoys reading, yoga and the beach. Emily and her husband, Cody, have two daughters: Alice (7) and Julia (5).
Ken Horton has served as Moderator of the Diaconate, and member of the FPC 101 Ministry Team as well as serving as an usher. He participates in the WOW Men’s Small Group. He enjoys reading and studying history, from ancient to American Civil War. Ken and his wife Suzanne have two children and three grandchildren.
Kindra Kirkeby has served as a deacon, on the Newcomers Committee and the Children’s Ministry Council. She is an attorney with NewMarket Corporation, and also enjoys creative writing and photography. Kindra and her husband, Karl, have four- boys, Henry (11), Jack (9), Charlie (5) and Teddy (3).
Bobby Larus has been a member of FPC for 45 years and has served as a deacon and elder. He is a part of the men’s Bible study group. He is a retired banker and real estate developer who enjoys golf. Bobby and his wife Peggy have three grown daughters.
Eric Rohr has served as a deacon, church treasurer, our preschool’s treasurer, and Sunday School teacher. He and his wife Lin have three daughters: Sarah Garman, Maggie, and Catherine. Outside of church, Eric is the Chief Financial Officer of Live Well Financial and enjoys spending time with his family.
Randy Rollins and his family— Martha, Ginny, Will and Betsy—have been FPC members since 1981. Randy has served on the Session and is active with the Adult Ministry Council. He is founder and president of Drive-To-Work, a non-profit organization that assists low-income and previously incarcerated persons to restore their driving privileges so they can drive to work and keep a job.
Kim Lewis has been a member of FPC for about 22 years. She currently serves as deacon and as co-chair of Circle 3. Kim and her husband, Clark, have two children, Clark (20) and Mary Pace (18). She enjoys all kinds of needlework.
Jimmy Rose retired last year from Bank of America Merrill Lynch in New York. His interests include American history, golf, and shotgun sports. He serves as an FPC Bus Ambassador and has served with the Ushers Guild. Jimmy and his wife Megan have two grown daughters, Caroline and Molly.
Charlie Vaughters has been a member of the FPC Preschool Board, the Ushers Guild, and the Stewardship Committee, as well as serving as an Alpha facilitator. He is a commercial banker at Union Bank and Trust, and he enjoys golf and tennis. Charlie and his wife Ann have two daughters, Elsie Jane (5) and Lee (3).