Chestnut Mountain Ranch, Inc.
Board of Directors Bio’s 2021-2022

Spencer R. Stiles, DDS, MS

Dr. Stiles is a practicing endodontist and Senior Vice President of Clinical Specialty Operations and member at North American Dental Group. He is involved in operations and ownership of many other business ventures including: Kimber Holdings (real estate), Meridian Dental Solutions, and Amplify Children’s Academy.

Spencer is from Kimberly, a small town in the western end of Monongalia County, West Virginia. He is a child of God who married his high-school sweetheart, Bethanie, and is a content husband of 15 years. Spencer is “daddy” to 4 amazing children (Cayman, Briston, Challen, and Henly).

Dr. Stiles received his undergraduate BS degree from West Virginia University in Forensic Identification and chose to pursue dentistry after completing an internship with a forensic dentist. He graduated from the WVU School of Dentistry in 2008, and went on to obtain his postdoctoral specialty degree in Endodontics from WVU in 2010.

Kevin C. Bode

Kevin Bode is the Director of Business for Chestnut Mountain Ranch, Inc where he oversees company finances for the entire Ranch organization which includes six separate entities. In addition, he leads all of the operations of the Ranch’s social enterprises including the Ranch Community Store, the current Ranch Quick Lube, and the exploration of a second Quick Lube location. Prior to joining the Ranch, Kevin served for eight years in a controller and financial leadership position for a swimming pool accessory business. In addition, he has an entrepreneurial and business venture ownership background in both computer consulting and personal services.

Kevin has bachelor of science and MBA degrees from Frostburg State University. In addition, he obtained his master of ministry degree from Open Door Bible College.

Trey Dunham

Trey is a writer, designer, church-planter, and real estate investor.

He is the author of more than a dozen books, including Seed to Vision: How God-Inspired Ideas Become Reality (2017) and Ranch Boys: The Story of Chestnut Mountain Ranch (2020) co-authored with Ranch Executive Director, Steve Finn. As a designer, Trey was the founder and principal designer of dsgn+mrktng, a design and marketing firm. There he was a designer for more than two decades for numerous national and international brands. Trey also previously served as Vice President of Communication and Marketing at SustainU, an innovative recycled clothing company.

As a church planter, Trey spent ten years as a college and teaching pastor at the largest church in West Virginia before planting City Church in 2010. Currently, Trey works part-time for World Orphans as a designer and teacher. He regularly travels to equip pastors and church staff in World Orphans’ partner countries. Trey enjoys renovating homes as part of his real estate investment portfolio which includes properties in Morgantown and Clarksburg, West Virginia.

Trey has a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Denison University and received his Doctor of Education from West Virginia University.

Steve Finn
Executive Director

Recognized as one of the top 3 leaders in the country by the 2016 John C. Maxwell Leadership Award committee, Steve Finn witnessed first-hand how God makes the impossible possible. After 12 years as a gangs’ special unit Metro-Atlanta police officer, he and his wife felt led to full-time ministry. Following a short tenure as house parents for Eagle Ranch Children’s Home outside of Atlanta, Steve took an even greater leap. Today, he is the Founder and Executive director for Chestnut Mountain Ranch, a 300-acre Christ-centered home and school for boys in one of the poorest areas of the country. Cautioned that building a ministry of such magnitude in that area would be almost impossible, Steve chose to trust that God would bring the seed He had planted to harvest.

Together, Steve and his wife, Dawn, call Chestnut Mountain Ranch home with a family too big to name.

Steve has a BS in Criminal Justice from Georgia State University and a Master of Divinity/Ministry Leadership from Indiana Wesleyan University.

Barry J. Fink

Barry has vast senior executive business experience. He brings thirty-five years of very broad business and management experience in the mining, energy, and construction industries. Barry is currently the President and Chief Operating Officer of Laurel Aggregates in Morgantown, West Virginia. Before Laurel Aggregates, he held multiple management positions at CONSOL Energy in strategic planning and project, site, and contract management.

Barry is a veteran and served as a Capitan in the United States Air Force where he received the Air Force Weapons Laboratory Officer of the Year Award and two Commendation Medals for exemplary job performance.

Barry has a Bachelor of Science Degree with a focus in mining engineering from West Virginia University and an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh.

Bob Giblin 

Bob is a retired finance and business management professional who currently lives in Sunset, South Carolina. He previously worked for DuPont for 35 years in a variety of positions including his final role as Vice President for Business Finance and Tax. For most of his years at DuPont, he worked in Wilmington, Delaware, but Bob also has international experience through three years of service in the Netherlands.

Bob has been active on many non-profit boards including A Door of Hope Pregnancy Center, ALS Society of South Carolina, Oconee Christian School, of course, and Chestnut Mountain Ranch. He is also on the board of elders for 5 Point Church in Easley, South Carolina.

Bob was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in Birmingham, Michigan. He is married with three adult children and three grandsons.

Bob received both a Bachelor of Science in Finance and MBA in Accounting from Indiana University. 

Mark Jenkins

Mark is a serial entrepreneur who began his career in finance and has gone on to grow, operate and exit businesses. Currently, he manages and operates Mountain Creek Cabins, a deluxe cabin rental business near Morgantown, West Virginia which he originally founded, built, and later sold. Mark previously founded and grew a commercial cleaning business over ten years which he eventually exited prior to founding Mountain Creek Cabins. Mark is currently a partner in a vacation rental listing site.

Prior to founding his businesses, Mark spent several years in the financial services industry. He began his career in mutual fund sales with Prudential Financial Services, and subsequently became a financial consultant with Wachovia Bank. During his career, Mark also spent time serving as a Chaplin for the Fellowship of Student Athletes (FCA).

Mark has a Bachelor of Science in Business Finance from West Virginia University.

Rebecca (Becky) Laurita  

Becky worked for eleven years as a quality control lab technician with Mylan Pharmaceuticals in Morgantown, West Virginia. In 2006, she contracted cancer, retired from Mylan and became a homemaker.

After her recovery, Becky began volunteering extensively throughout her community. She volunteered with the American Cancer Society’s Reach to Recovery Program and Chestnut Mountain Ranch Community Store. Becky served over ten years on the Deaconess Board at CMA Church of Morgantown.

Becky is a native of Morgantown West Virginia and has lived there her entire life. She is married with three sons and three grandchildren. Her current interests are family, reading, and a love for animals – particularly rescue animals.

James Sabin

Pastor James is currently the Youth and Family Pastor at Kingdome EMC Church in Morgantown, West Virginia. He was the church plant pastor at Victory EMC Church for eight years before joining the ministry team at Kingdom. James began his ministry career as a Bible teacher at Covenant Christian Church. James is a Download Youth Ministries author, podcaster, and ambassador.

James is a New York City/New Jersey native. He and his wife, Tonya, passionately lead the EDGE Student Ministry at Kingdom together. James is a West Virginia University graduate who enjoys playing golf with anyone who will ride in a golf cart with him, including his two sons, Jacob and Rylan