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Larry Fain


Shortly after moving to Renton in 2013, Larry Fain joined ERCC and became involved with the church in several areas including MOPS and men's ministries. MOPS was especially fun and kids often refer to him as “Papa Larry.”  Larry also volunteers with the Renton Police Department at the front desk and Valley Medical Center visiting patients who are receiving infusion/chemotherapy.  Before retiring, Larry worked as a public works engineer with the US Army for over 30 years. After retirement, Larry and his wife Shar Lynn moved to Portland to care for their parents. Shar Lynn graduated to be with the Lord in 2006. They were married for 30 years and Larry looks forward to seeing her again one day. When Larry and Shar Lynn’s parents no longer needed help, Larry took the opportunity to move closer to his children, Brian and Lacey, and their spouses and children. He enjoys serving others, travel, golf, walking, and his fantastic grandkids.

Wayne Hiranaka


Gene Iverson


Gene has been attending ERCC since 2008. He and  his wife Joy have been married for 30+ years. They have two adult sons, Russell and Joshua. The Iversons welcomed the additon of Tessa to the family as she and Russell were married in September of 2017.  They became members of ERCC in 2009. Gene enouraged the entire family in this because he feels membership is an important aspect of church life, as it entails accountability both from the perspective of the member and of the church body—both having an obligation for holding the other accountable. Gene enjoys participating in the outreach opportunities at ERCC to show faith through service. He appreciates the Men's Ministry and the platform it provides to grow, for himself and his relationship with his sons. Gene has worked as an engineer for Boeing for 33 years. He enjoys travelling and biking with his wife, skiing, and walking the family dog, Felix.