Staff

Evangelist Ron Susek  President of Susek Evangelistic Association
Ron is the author of four books: Firestorm--Preventing and Overcoming Church Conflicts, God Will Answer, Silent Night Holy War and Holding Nothing Back. He has received an honorary doctorate from Inalta Bible College, Jakarta, Indonesia for his commitment and encouragement to pastors in impoverished countries, as well as from Lancaster Bible College, Lancaster, PA. Ron is currently conducting FaithWalk Ministries Great Commission Summits while overseeing the ministry of the Susek Evangelistic Association, home-based in Gettysburg, PA (established 1968).

Diane Susek  Recording Artist
A graduate of Peabody Conservatory of Music, Diane has recorded eleven albums, one of which received the Best Album of the Year from the National Evangelical Film Foundation. Diane's recordings are heard daily throughout the United States on Christian and secular radio stations.

 

Dr. Ed Peirce  Director of SEA's church mediation and conflict management division
An ordained pastor since 1973, he received his D.Min. in 1979 with a focus on dispute system design for churches.

After receiving extensive training and certification throughout the country from highly-distinguished organizations Ed formed his own consulting practice in 1992. He has traveled extensively from Alaska to Kenya, Africa, specializing in organizational conflict management and mediation with non-profit organizations, churches, religious judicatories, Christian colleges, seminaries, international mission agencies, schools (private and public), family-owned businesses, domestic relations and juvenile court.

 

Sherrie Stohler  Public Relations
Sherrie Stohler has been officially on staff since the year 2000 but served as a volunteer five years prior to her coming on staff. Serving in various roles, her passion lies in writing discipleship materials for Discovering the Real You.

 

Terry Ortman  Missions/Education
Terry Ortman grew up in Washington Boro, Lancaster County , PA. He began his personal relationship with Jesus as a child and was involved with his church through his teen years.

After graduating from the American University , Terry served in the Peace Corps in Adana,Turkey, from 1965-67. Upon returning he began teaching elementary school and earned a Master's Degree in Elementary Education from Millersville University. He re-met and married Doris Hess in 1969. They served the Lord through a camping ministry - Old Mill Bible Camp; and church ministry: Doris in music, and Terry in Christian education. Terry retired from teaching in 1987 when they felt called to serve the Lord with CBM Ministries at Camp Joy-El in Franklin County until 2004.

Presently Terry serves the Lord around the world through the Susek Evangelistic Association (SEA Ministries)- as an educational consultant. He has written a biblical based curriculum for public and private school systems. His curriculum is presently being used in Sierra Leone, Micronesia, Liberia, Swaziland, Haiti and India. The curriculum has been translated into Spanish and is being used in Bolivia and Honduras.

 

LuAnn Michonski  Bookkeeper
LuAnn joined the SEA staff in 2009 as the Bookkeeper and handles the finances. She graduated from Southeastern Bible College with a Christian Education major.

 

Chris Mummert  Office manager
Chris served as Dr. Susek’s personal secretary for many years before accepting the role of office manager.  She is married to Pastor William Mummert, pastor of Gettysburg Baptist Church and serves as Board Chairman of SEA.

 

Danisa Ndlovu Global Director
We at SEA have been praying for God to surround our President and Evangelist, Ron Susek, with an expanded team to handle the amazing worldwide growth. We rejoiced when Danisa Ndlovu felt affirmed by God to become our Global Director. This has lifted an enormous amount of  responsibility from Ron’s shoulders, freeing him to focus on preaching and developing ministry materials. Danisa resides with his wife, Treziah, of nearly 30 years in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. They have three college-aged children: