Meet the Legacy Builders Board of Directors
Kevin grew up in a family of ten: six brothers, one sister, and two wonderful parents. They were raised on St. Louis famous Dooley burger! He grew up in Webster Groves and currently lives in Chesterfield, Missouri.
His wife, Avril, was his college sweetheart and runs her own Faux Painting and Mural business. In 2008, they had a miracle baby, born at 2.2 lbs. James Patrick is now vibrant, healthy, and loves to smile. In July 2010, they happily welcomed their daughter Lauren Joyce into their family. In September 2012, they were blessed with Daniel Kinsale who completed their family of five.
Kevin has devoted his life to helping executives, families, and business owners come to a better understanding of the true purpose of money as well as how to become better stewards of their finances.
His favorite activities include exercising with Avril, fly fishing, reading financial and motivational books, speaking at associations and motivational meetings, tennis, and spending time with friends and family.
Robb is a board member with Legacy Builders Ministry. He came to faith in college in 1985 while hearing a campus ministry talk entitled “What if you climbed the ladder of success your whole life, only to reach the top and find it was leaning against the wrong wall?”. He was then discipled for the next 2 years by a staff member of Athletes in Action (a CRU ministry) where he experienced the invaluable benefit of one man pouring his life into another.
Robb and his wife Caroline have been married for 34 years and have been blessed with 8 children. Robb is the CEO and Founder of Altus Properties, a sponsor of commercial real estate investment opportunities for individuals and institutions.
John Muckerman is a disciple maker who is passionate about being and making self-initiating, reproducing, fully devoted followers of Christ. John is a leader and communicator who recently retired after 40 years as VP of Marketing & Advertising for Dierbergs. John has 5 adult children and 14 grandkids. Besides pointing them to Christ, he enjoys teaching them field ethos-how to hunt, fish appreciate creation and laugh at themselves. An adventurer and storyteller who has been blessed to hunt and fish on several continents, John is the product of hundreds of campfires and safaris. Blessed with the gift of hospitality, John regularly uses the power of meal sharing to build fellowship through weekly dinners, book studies, wild game dinners and retreats.
Jan came to faith in Christ in 1990 after coming to a career crossroads and a struggling marriage. God brought several men into his life who invested in him and explained what God willingly did to redeem his soul. Soon after he met Stan Bower, (one of the early forerunners of this ministry), who continued to disciple him in the faith.
In accordance with 2 Timothy 2:2, Jan has continued to engage the Spiritually lost and thirsting believers in the discipleship process which has resulted in multiple generations of men following Christ.
Prior to retirement in 2018, Jan initiated and built an advisory investment practice over a period of 28 years. Jan has been married to his wife Karen for 38 years, and they have two adult children and two grandchildren. They continue to enjoy travel and spending time with family and many friends both old and new, always mindful of our life purpose of moving them one step closer to Christ.
Greg was born and raised in St. Louis. He graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in Business Administration and Marketing. His 20-year career with Olin Brass took him to LA, Indy, Philly, Atlanta, and eventually back to St. Louis in 2005. In 2000, while living in Atlanta, Greg was invited to a CBMC breakfast and heard about one-on-one discipleship. Following the breakfast, his prayer for a “Paul” was answered, and a man named Bill Shaw discipled him through OT and beyond. On September 11, 2002, Greg became a believer in his pastor’s pickup truck outside of a Starbucks in Alpharetta, GA.
Greg was active in CBMC until he moved back to St. Louis and was stuck in an all-consuming 60 hour/week middle management job that left little time for the important things in life. That is why in 2008, he accepted a voluntary severance package from Olin and started his family entertainment center named Chesterfield Sports Fusion. His business operated successfully for 11 years until the Covid lockdowns put it out of business. Fortunately, he was able to open a new outdoor adventure business in September of 2021 named RYZE Adventure Park in Maryland Heights.
Greg and his wife Debbie have four grown children, two are from his previous marriage (Emily, 27 and Julia, 22), and two are from Debbie’s previous marriage (Megan, 25, and Jake, 22). Greg and Debbie were married in 2013. His wife Debbie, born and raised in England, became a naturalized US citizen in 2015 after living in the US for 20 years.
Greg enjoys yard work and playing golf when time allows. He and his wife also enjoy working at their business which they view as their ministry to the St. Louis Community. They attend Grace Church, and Greg also serves on the board of Urban K-Life, a north city ministry to high school students.