Central Missouri Christian Evangelizers

Our Leadership

Dan Sites, Presdent

Raymond Iman, Secretary

Raymond was born May 1, 1932 in the country at home on a dirt road right in the middle of the Great Depression. He has lived in and around Mexico most of his life. He spent two years in the Army, and worked at Mexico Refractories for 43 1/2 years. He and his wife Doris became members of Love Street Church in 1960, and were part of the original group that started Kentucky Road Christian Church. Later Raymond began taking classes at CCCB while  continuing to work at his refractories job. In January, 1974 he started preaching at Sunrise Church and was there for 14 1/2 years. Love Street Church called him to preach there in 1988 and he retired from there 17 years later. He was part of the first Missouri Christian Convention and continues to attend. He has been active in CMCE for several years and has held numerous offices on the board.

Don Hampton, Treasurer

Matt Van Schyndel Vice President

Rick Walker

John Stufflebean

John [Jack] Stufflebean preached at a Methodist Church before he became a Christian. He attended Central Cristian College of the Bible, and has held several positions in the CMCE. He is willing to help anyone, and is a faithful member of Sunrise Christian Church in Mexico. He volunteers as the song leader at the Veterans Home in Mexico and at the Sunday morning worship at Sunrise. He has willingly served on the CMCE board in various capacities.

Bill Sites

Bill grew up in Watseka, Illinois, and graduated from Watseka Community High School. He attended Lincoln Bible Institute (now Lincoln Christian University) in Lincoln, Illinois, before joining the Marines, serving our country for seven years. He also served in the Army National Guard for thirteen years. Bill has served in various capacities in churches in California, Iowa, Texas and Arkansas, including being choir director, worship leader, teacher and as staff member overseeing the Outreach and Involvement Ministry. He has done supply preaching and held interim ministries. Bill moved to Mexico in 2018 and currently serves as an elder with the Southside Christian Church. He is the newest member of our board.