Our Team

FHFH Staff

Josh Wilson

Executive Director
Email: josh@fhfh.org

Josh grew up in a setting where a love for the Lord, the bonds of family, and enjoyment of hunting and the outdoors formed a foundation for life.

In college he majored in biology and minored in education. Josh has been a high school teacher, a church youth ministry director, a staff intern with Young Life, and a special education paraprofessional.

In addition to serving as the Executive Director for FHFH, Josh also coordinates the Young Life Capernaum ministry in his area, coaches Special Olympics Unified Sports at the local high school, and coaches archery along with all-abilities sports at local summer camps with Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Gwen Wilson

Administrative Assistant
Email: gwen@fhfh.org

Experience working at several banks and an insurance office, along with an Associate’s Degree in Accounting, have prepared Gwen for her current role as Administrative Assistant with FHFH.

Her attention to numbers, details, and helping people, along with her love of family and the Lord make Gwen a valuable part of the FHFH team.

Gwen also volunteers with Young Life, coaches with Special Olympics Unified Sports and Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and handles weekly childcare for the local Community Bible Study.

Board of Directors

John Davidson

John is a Research Scientist at the Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute in Shepherdstown, WV, where he’s developing new and improved ways to produce sustainable seafood. John has an educational background in Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences and is an avid outdoorsman. He’s a longtime friend and supporter of FHFH and our mission to feed the hungry.

Galen Long
Vice President

Galen was born, raised and worked on the family farm with his father and then his son, who he now helps part-time. He has always been active in a church family, serving in roles such as board chair, choir director and worship leader.

Timothy Stahl

Tim is the owner of Keystone Sporting Goods. He is serving to help hunters bless the needy of their communities.

Pastor Kris Nyman

Kris grew up hunting pheasants with his family in eastern Colorado. Kris has served Lutheran congregations in the Upper Midwest and now in Hagerstown. Kris is happy to be a part of the unique mission of FHFH as they work to meet the great needs of hunger in our world.

Carson Saville

Carson is an avid hunter who has served as a local volunteer coordinator with FHFH since 2013. He owns an Insurance Brokerage firm that specializes in the Public Sector and is very active in his community. He is excited to be a part of the FHFH mission and help those in need while also spreading the gospel.


Richard Wilson
FHFH Founder

As a Christian and a hunter, Rick was called to combine his two lifelong passions while helping a woman retrieve a roadkill to feed her fatherless children. In 1997, nearing the end of a 30-year teaching career, he founded Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry, and served as its Executive Director for over 15 years.


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