Mr. David Doyle
David Doyle joined the Board of Directors in 2014. He is a manager at Battelle Memorial Institute’s Aberdeen, MD office. His team provides contract services to Homeland Security and Emergency Management clients. Dave has been with Battelle for eleven years after serving twenty years in the U.S. Army. He has a bachelor’s degree from the U.S. Military Academy and master’s degrees from Loyola University Maryland and Central Michigan University. Dave and his wife, Pam, are blessed with two daughters. Their oldest graduated from RCCS in 2013 and is a graduate of Notre Dame University of Maryland. Their youngest will graduate in 2018. Dave is an avid sports fan and in addition to rooting for the Redeemer Royals (of course) and the Baltimore Ravens, he continues to follow his childhood favorites: the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Rev. Ronald Standiford
After seeing what God was doing in himself and his family, Ron left a law career to enroll in Westminster Seminary in Philadelphia to learn more about God and the Bible. Ron is the Pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church and was one of the founders of Redeemer Classical Christian School. At Redeemer, he has taught Latin, Greek, Spanish, Rhetoric, various Bible classes, and Apologetics.
He is married with two grown, married daughters who both graduated from RCCS. They have one baby grandson.
Ron is interested in history and agriculture, Ron has served on the Board of Baltimore County Historical Society, Program Committee of the Maryland Historical Society, and the Gunpowder Conservancy. He also served on the Board of Beachmont Christian Camp for approximately 20 years.
He and his wife live on the former family farm, Beachmont, where the church and school are located.
Dr. Sandra Eades
Dr. Sandra Eades worked for Baltimore County Public Schools for thirty plus years; in seven schools and all areas of the county. She served both as teacher and then as chairman for twenty-five plus years; being involved with a wide variety of educational endeavors as reflected by the following few examples. Sandra helped the school system with activities such as writing curriculum for grades 6 - 12, making New Teacher Induction presentations and teaching several In-Service Courses. Locally she assisted Towson University by mentoring innumerable student teachers, helping with Towson's PDS Summer Strategic Planning as well as evaluating PDS and MAT Program Participant Portfolios. She coordinated the compilation and publication of various local Rosie the Riveters oral history interviews which were presented to our Martin's Airport Museum. Sandra worked with the MSDE reviewing passages for MSA testing. She worked as a Teacher Reviewer for both Holt and Prentice Hall/Pearson Publishers in the revisions of several texts. She assisted a local Oral Historian with the writing of Preparing the Next Generation of Oral Histories by co-authoring the chapter The Grade Eight Gifted and Talented Oral History Program: Baltimore County Public Schools.
Sandra has carried her interest in educational endeavors into retirement as she assists with the Drama Club at Ridgely Middle, co-facilitates an instructional program at her church, still continues participation in various professional organizations such as Phi Delta Kappa and serves on the RCCS Board. She also engages in activities such as gardening, reading, exercise classes and limited traveling.
Dr. Eades attended and graduated from the University of Maryland, The Johns Hopkins University, and Towson University.
Mrs. Darby Standiford
Darby Standiford involved herself in youth work in preparation to go into Missions, which turned out to be a pastor's wife in Potomac Presbytary of the PCA. There she served as missions chair, then subsequently as President of Potomac Presbyterian Women, speaking to help and encourage women. She was intimately involved in establishing and promoting RCCS and served several terms on the School Board before her current term. She and her husband, Ron, have two daughters (who graduated from RCCS), as well as a surrogate mother to many students who "hung out" in her Beachmont Farm home. Darby is a breast cancer survivor, and ministers to women in a variety of needs, as well as to her grandson.
Mr. Doug Behr
Doug Behr has recently joined the Board of Directors. He is a self-employed graphic designer and a Virginia Tech alumni (Landscape Horticulture). He is a longtime member of Redeemer Presbyterian Church where he serves as a deacon. Doug is active in the Greater Kingsville Civic Association and in charitable work. He is an enthusiastic (if not very skilled) bird watcher.
Mr. Kevin Emerson
Kevin Emerson joined the Redeemer Classical Christian School Board of Directors in 2014 and has served on the Redeemer Classical Christian Finance Committee since 2010. Kevin has a 20 year banking career serving in various roles in both Retail and Commercial Banking. Since 2006 Kevin has been the VP, Human Resource Lead for TD Bank, Americas Most Convenient Bank for the Mid Atlantic Region. Kevin received his degree in Finance from Towson University. Kevin and his wife are parents of two children at Redeemer Classical Christian School.
Mr. Chuck Ament
Chuck Ament joined the board of directors in 2015. He works as an assistant principal in Baltimore County public schools. Prior to that he taught fourth grade at Sparks Elementary for nine years and six through eighth grade math in a Pennsylvania middle school. Chuck has a bachelors degree in elementary education and a Masters degree in school administration.
He and his wife Katie are the parents of four children, two boys and two girls, who attend Redeemer Classical Christian school.