Camp All Saints would like to present Sandi Creswell! Sandi is our Operations Director here at Camp All Saints. Boy, what can we say about a lady who works so hard! She graduated from Brookhaven College. Sandi began working at Camp All Saints as a JOLT instructor in 2008 and later became the Program Director of
JOLT. She then moved to the Main Office as Operations Director. Sandi is the wheels to the operation here at Camp All Saints. However, her first love has always been the kids and the JOLT program. Sandi lives here on Lake Texoma and spends her free time with her growing family. With 3 kids, and now grandchildren Sandi stays busy with her family, fishing, boating, camping, and swapping stories here at Lake Texoma.
"I love seeing the students, campers, and adults enjoying life out in nature"! - Sandi
Camp All Saints would like to present Marsha Green! Marsha is one of the original JOLT instructors at Camp All Saints and has been here for the evolution of the camp! She has worn too many hats at Camp All Saints to name them all and is one of the original authors of the JOLT Program. She is currently in our Main Office as an Administrative Assistant. Marsha received her BS degree from Missouri State University where she found a perfect mixture of nature and science! Marsha has a love for nature and is knowledgeable all around! Marsha is fun-loving, easy-going, and excellent with our kiddos. After all, she has 7 children and 9 grandchildren! Her hobbies include being Nana to all 9 of her loving grandkids. In her free time, Marsha enjoys birding, plants, sewing, and various artsy-crafty activities!
“Looking forward to having kids back at camp!”
Camp All Saints would like to present Matt Spears! Matt is our talented JOLT (Journey on Lake Texoma) Director. Matt is fun, loving and dedicated to the JOLT program as well as the kids. Matt graduated from Southeastern State majoring in Biology and is a Master Naturalist with the Bluestem Chapter in Texas. Matt is a husband, and a dad of two daughters, and loves to spend his free time reading science literature, collecting rocks, plants, listening to music, and going on adventures with his family. Matt started as a JOLT instructor where he discovered he could share his love of science with others. Thanks to Camp All Saints, Matt can inspire future generations to love science and nature.
“My two greatest passions outside of my family are music and science!”
Camp All Saints would like to present Awesome April! Awesome April was a Camp All Saints JOLT instructor many years ago. April later moved on to be a Camp Director and Coordinator for the YMCA. April has been a Lifeguard Instructor, CPR and First Aid Instructor for over 17 years. During her time off, April enjoys painting, hiking, and listening to music. April is the happiest when she is doing anything that involves water. April has a daughter in college who is studying botany and she is April’s world. April is very thrilled to return to camp as a JOLT instructor. One of April’s greatest joys is seeing children experience the wonders of nature here at camp.
“There is nothing more exciting and rewarding than teaching things to eager ears. Can’t wait to see you at camp!”
- Awesome April
Camp All Saints would like to present Hser (Cher)! Hser is our newest JOLT member. Hser enjoys hiking, learning, and teaching. Camp All Saints has given Hser the perfect opportunity to grow in her leadership skills. Hser attended the University of Texas at Arlington and has special interests in communication. Hser has an affinity for gardening, fishing, and reading. Hser is excited to lead groups on hikes and teach them about environmental science.
“Ready to experience nature with you!"
Camp All Saints would like to present Riley Deaton. Riley is a local, having graduated from Pottsboro High School in 2020. He is currently enrolled in EMT school and will graduate fall of 2021. He is a volunteer firefighter for our local Locust VFD. He is an avid hunter, accomplished fisherman and loves the outdoors. He enjoys spending his free time with friends, family, and his dog Diesel.
“I enjoy teaching kids about the outdoors!”
Camp All Saints would like to present Dina! Dina is our Director of House Keeping. Dina has an impeccable reputation for keeping the facilities at camp clean. Dina has been with Camp All Saints since 2017. Dina is very dedicated to Camp, and she is a great asset to us. We wouldn’t know what to do without her. In her free time she likes to garden and clean lol!
“It gives me a very heartwarming feeling to see kids at camp."
Camp All Saints presents Don Miars. Don came to us as a volunteer and soon became a permanent employee. As a working cowboy Don has trained horses, given riding lessons, and worked in Wild West Shows. He served in Vietnam as a Green Beret. Don lives close to the camp with his wife and dog named Duke and loves working at Camp All Saints.
“I love watching the kids learn that life is an adventure."
Camp All Saints presents Josh Velten. Josh began his association with Camp All Saints over 30 years ago as a camper and later worked on the Camp for the Luthern Church. When the Episcopal Dioceses of Dallas purchased All Saints Camp Josh stayed on to serve as Facilities Director for the first 5 years of Camp All Saints. Josh has a deep love of the camp, and we are very happy to have him back helping with the daily upkeep of the Camp and overseeing special projects.
“Experiences here are timeless. Every spot has a memory, or the potential to be the next memory!” -Josh
Food Services Staff
Camp All Saints presents Debra Richardson. Debra is our Food Services Director. Debra is originally from Plano, moving to the lake area in 2016, and began working at the camp. She and her staff work hard to ensure you have a wonderful dining experience while here at camp.
“I love the outdoors and nature so live the lake life is a dream come true. Hope to see you soon!”
Camp All Saints presents Necie Davis. Necie is our Food Services Assistant Director. She joined the dining hall staff in 2019 and has been an asset to the kitchen.
“I love to make bread and big messes!”