We are Love INC of the Greater Livingston Area
Love INC stands for Love In the Name of Christ. As a part of a nationwide movement (Loveinc.org), we are a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to meeting basic needs like food, shelter, clothing, transportation, and money management. To accomplish this, we assist on an individual level and on community levels. While assisting the immediate needs of folks in crisis, we also seek to transform community practices that tend to grip citizens in the hand of poverty--practices that affect community development, child care, health care, and more. Our mission is to mobilize local churches to transform lives and communities in the name of Christ.
Our vision is to motivate and equip our local Church community to collectively support people in physical, emotional, and spiritual need, leading to self-sufficiency and a relationship with a faith community.
We are a unique collaboration of over 60 churches in Livingston County that provide a wide range of needs. Love INC has a team of specially trained volunteers that build relationships, verify needs, and determine distribution of resources. We work with our partner churches and local agencies to more efficiently and effectively use limited resources.
"Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these
brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me."
Katherine Janego has been the Executive Director of Love In the Name of Christ of the Greater Livingston Area, (Love INC) since 2006, growing the ministry from 7 churches to 61 partner churches in Livingston County. She is on the Love INC National Advisory Team encouraging new Love INC Executive Directors across the United States. Katherine attends St. Patrick Catholic Church in Brighton and enjoys being a vessel of Christ as Love INC transforms lives and communities in the name of Christ.
Dennis Brewer, former president of the Livingston County Bar Association, has been in private practice in Brighton for the past 19 years. He and his lovely wife have three sons and attend Venture Church.
Ron Craddock is the Senior Director Regional Financial Services for Diebold Inc, and Board Chair of Love INC. He uses his expertise in strategy and team building to lead the Love INC Board of Directors. Ron and his wife Ann attend 2│42 Community Church in Brighton and have four adult children. Ron has been a resident of Brighton since 1986.
Becky Cwiek has lived in Brighton for 25 years and been involved in a variety of leadership roles at Cornerstone EPC for the past 24. Her professional background is in the health care field and she has been employed at University of Michigan Hospital since 2006. She co-founded the Michigan Breast Cancer Coalition in 2007 and served as the president for 3 years. This will be her third term on the Love INC Board after taking a year off to help open the Resale Store.
Dirk DeWinkle has been on our Love INC board since 2014. He serves as board secretary. Dirk is an insurance agent at Hartland Insurance Agency. He is a member of Brighton Christian Church, and he has a lovely wife and six strapping boys.
Mark Dunny has recently retired from over three decades in the Pharmaceutical/Biotech industry. He is a long time member of First Presbyterian Church of Brighton. While currently doing some consulting and career coaching focused on leadership, communication, and career development he is excited to expand his work with Love INC directly as board vice chair.
Kay Kuch was born, and has lived most of her life, in Fowlerville. She is involved in a number of ministries at St. Agnes Church. Kay is currently retired, but her past career included work as Vice President of a small corporation handling financial and day-to-day matters. She is proud to serve as Love INC board treasurer.
Doug Moffat grew up in Hartland and now resides in Brighton with his wife of 22 years and their 2 teenage daughters. He double-majored in Business and Sociology at Lake Forest College. Doug spent 20 years as a financial advisor with Northwestern Mutual and just recently opened his own business doing insurance planning and meeting facilitation in Brighton. He is an active member at The Well Church in Brighton and served as Overseer there for 6 years. Doug runs a golf outing every year to raise money for his sister’s scholarship fund which is given out annually at Hartland High School. He is also a member of the Ann Arbor Rotary Club. Doug enjoys hockey, golf, tennis, and riding bikes and running 5k races with his girls.
Kevin Mondloch is dedicated to a vocation in service. He has worked in Homeless Services in Fairfax County, Virginia and the City of Alexandria, Virginia. His avocation is as an Acute Loss Planner for Borek Jennings Funeral Home, guiding individuals to develop a plan for their loved ones to begin healing when they hear of their death.
Jeff Rey and his wife Peggy have co-owned the Express Employment Professionals office in Livingston county since 2007. Jeff is a member of Community 242 church, is the chair of the Howell chamber of commerce, and member of Brighton chamber as well as the Livingston County Chapter of the Society of Human Resource Managers. He and his wife Peggy are long-time residents of Livingston county and have raised three daughters in the community. He served on the Love INC furniture ministry for several years offering a firsthand view of how that ministry has positively impacted those in need right in our community. “I am excited for the opportunity to honor the Lord by assisting this amazing organization in a mission to positively transform lives.
Queta Siefker has lived in Livingston County for 26 years. She has been marketing for physicians for the past 6 years and looks forward to using these skills to help Love INC in whatever capacity needed. She is a member and deacon at Cornerstone EPC and is involved in other ministries as well. Queta has a passion to help those in need.