HFHKC is excited to welcome these community members who bring decades of leadership in key areas to the board. Their insight will be key as the board and staff work together to find mission-critical solutions, plan strategic implementation and further housing development for low income families which is vital to HFHKC’s future operations.Their counsel will bring energy to the board and strengthen HFHKC’s mission and commitment to put God’s love into action by building healthy sustainable communities. Members of the board volunteer their time, expertise, and financial support to further the mission to build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. HFHKC also wants to thank outgoing board members Judy Eychner and Carson Conklin as their terms expire.Thank you for your dedication and service to HFHKC.
Amos is a fifth generation Texan who grew up in a small West Texas town as the oldest of five children in a farming and ranching family. After meeting the love of his life, Courtney, and graduating from law school at Texas Tech University, the couple moved to Kerrville in 2001 to launch a law practice and start a family. Amos served in the 198th District Attorney’s Office for nine years and at age 32 was elected as one of the youngest in Texas to serve the six-county district as the District Attorney. He now has a statewide trial practice and continues to hold records for civil trial verdicts in at least four Texas Counties.Amos and Courtney enjoy spending time together with their three teenage children.
Kevin is president of JK Bernhard Construction and Steel Frame Solutions.Kevin was born and raised in Kerrville, graduated from Tivy High School in 1996 and is a member of the fighting Texas Aggie Class of 2000.Kevin’s past and present community involvement includes Kerr County Young Life (committee chair), Hill Country District Junior Livestock Show (board member) and Rotary club.Kevin’s company has supported the construction of Habitat houses for many years.He recently worked hand in hand with HFHKC to construct a steel framed home.Kevin and his wife, Laura Barlemann Bernhard, have two teenage children. Their son Pearce is 17 years old and their daughter Livy is 13 years old.Kevin enjoys being outdoors, spending time with his family and helping other succeed.
Kim was born and raised in Kerrville. After graduating from the University of Texas, Kim returned to home where she taught at Starkey Elementary before joining Kerr County Abstract &Title Co. Kim previously served on the Kerrville Economic Development Committee, Kerrville’s 2050 Comprehensive Plan committee and currently serves on Kerrville’s Code Review Committee. She has served on the Kerrville City Council since May, 2019.Kim has volunteered with many community organizations. Kim served on the board of directors for the Kerrville Public School Foundation, Kerr County United Way and Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Kerr Count Rotary Club of Kerrville, Executive Women’s Club and Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce. Kim and her husband, Austin, have two children. Their family also hosts foreign exchange students through the Rotary Youth Exchange program.
A native of Kerrville, Mindy has been involved in Kerr County leadership roles for many years. She studied at Schreiner College, ASU and is a graduate of OU’s Economic Development Institute.Mindy has served on numerous local and state boards.She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Kerrville Convention & Visitors Bureau, Riverhill Property Owner’s Association and the Peterson Health Foundation.Mindy has been a small business owner, director of business programs for the City of Kerrville and director of Schreiner Mansion and Community Engagement for Schreiner University. Most recently Mindy served as the Executive Director for Families & Literacy.In May 2020, Mindy began a new endeavor, Social Graces, an etiquette consulting business. Mindy is married to Raymond Holloway, has one daughter, Meredith, and one grandson, Foster.