Rev. Jeremy Albers is passionate about outdoor ministries and the life changing experiences that occur at camps, conferences, and retreats. Some of Jeremy’s hobbies include playing video and board games, gardening, graphic design, arts and crafts, traveling, renaissance festivals, and spending time with his animals. He loves Thai food, and learning new recipes (especially spicy or decadent ones) Currently, Jeremy is also Ph.D. candidate at Texas Christian University in the field of colonial Latin American history where he is exploring Andean cosmology, notions of healing and wholeness, and adaption during the 16th and 17th centuries in the Viceroyalty of Peru. He loves to learn, acquire new skills, and help others find their own passions. He loves to meet new people and discover how they are changing lives and transforming the world.
Some might think that Terri sprung from the very essence of Slumber Falls. She understands the nuances and inner workings of the camp. She is the glue that holds the office together and makes sure that we are able to keep our lights on and other bills paid. As the assistant administrator, Terri is very capable of answering a wide variety of questions. In her free time, she loves hanging out with her family and taking adorable pictures of her grandson. Terri is a blessing to the camp and loves chatting with groups and giving tours!
Stacey is a ball full of energy. Her passion for life is contagious. Stacey brings an incredible organization to the office and assists groups in scheduling retreats and events at Slumber Falls. As an animal lover ,she loves to hear stories about pets and can be found talking to our three-legged office cat Brunhilda and the hyperactive orange cat Jasper (he comes to the office for kitty day care) throughout the day. If you have a question, Stacey is eager to help.
Aaron Razo, born in New Braunfels, San Martian by choice. Started work at Oma’s house restaurant at 13 and fell in love with cooking and Food Service. Has avidly and tirelessy worked in the industry since then with a combined experience of 11 years cooking for restaurants, Catering, and Institutional with a focus on Nutrition, dietary restrictions, and local sustainable native foods. Loves animals, music, and nature!
Like a ninja, Dale moves throughout the camp often times unseen and completes projects and maintenance tasks before most people even realize there is a problem. Dale employs a wide variety of skill sets and talents which help the camp run smoothly. Dale is extremely resourceful often times finding creative solutions to problems while at the same time being earth friendly and up-cycling resources. One of Dale’s many gifts is that of masonry. He constructed his very own tandoori at his home.