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David Grusnick

David is a graduate of West End High School in Birmingham, Alabama, where was born.  He is also a graduate of Auburn University.  He has been the director for the North Georgia Fellowship of Christian Athletes for the past 15 years.  He and his wife Marti live here in Dalton, along with their son Grant.

Chuck Harris

Chuck is a 1972 graduate of Dalton High School where he played football.  He want to play at the University of Georgia where he was a two year letterman and a member of the 1976 SEC Championship team.  He graduated from UGA in 1976.  He later graduated from New Orleans Baptist Seminary in 1980.  His lovely wife Debra is a teacher at Brookwood Elementary in Dalton, GA.  He has four wonderful children, Rachel, Caleb, James, and Mary Campbell.

Jamey Middleton

Jamey was called into the ministry of FCA in September 2011. He works part time for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes here in North Georgia.  He graduated from Northwest Whitfield High School in 1999. He then went on to LaGrange College, where he played baseball, graduating from there in 2003. His beautiful bride Erin teaches at North Whitfield Middle School in Dalton, GA and is the FCA huddle coach there. They live in Tunnel Hill, GA and have three children, Cooper (7), Kate (5), and Jack (2).

Randy Mosteller

Randy was raised in Murray County.  He attended Murray County high school and then went on to graduate from Furman University. Randy married the former Suzanne Townsend in 1982. They have four children and two great-grandchildren. Randy previously worked in the carpet industry for 25 years before leaving in 2006 to join FCA. He currently serves Calhoun City Schools and Gordon County Schools.

Mandy Ledford

Mandy is the full-time Women in Sports staff person; she works specifically with female athletes and coaches. She is a 1999 graduate of Murray County High School, where she returned to teach and coach for 12 years, until transitioning into full-time ministry with FCA in July 2014. Her time at Murray County Schools allowed her to coach track & field, women’s soccer, cross country, and girls’ basketball. She is excited to serve the Lord in women’s ministry and blessed to experience lives being changed, chains being broken, Jesus being glorified, and trust without borders being developed!


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