Walter and his wife Kathy have worshiped at Netherwood since 1982 and he joined the Netherwood staff in 2003 and transitioned into the pulpit minister position in 2014. They have three adult children, a daughter-in-law and two grandsons: Jonathan and his wife Alyssa and their sons, James and David Wesley; Zach and Jessica. Walter holds degrees from Abilene Christian University (psychology), University of New Mexico (psychology) and Pepperdine University (ministry). While enjoying all aspects of his ministry, Walter especially relishes opportunities to teach, mentor and work with children. An avid outdoors man, Walter is particularly fond of bow hunting, fly fishing, bicycling and running.
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Addison grew up in the Tulsa area in Oklahoma, attending the Broken Arrow Church of Christ. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Missions from Harding University (2013) and is close to finishing his Masters of Divinity degree from Harding School of Theology. Masha grew up in Ukraine with parents in ministry in Churches of Christ there. They met in Ukraine in 2008 and dated long distance for 8 years before getting married in 2016. They have one daughter, Ava. Addison enjoys playing the piano, playing soccer and Frisbee, and engaging in apologetics.
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Mary Louise Brown
Mary Louise Brown has been a member at Netherwood since 2003 and has been working as the Elders secretary since 2008. She is married to Pat Brown and has three adult children, six grandsons, and one granddaughter. Her ministries also include working at the Red River Family Encampment, serving on the Albuquerque Christian Children's Home auction committee, as well as overseeing Netherwood Park's Spring, Fall and Winter (Christmas) Outreach programs.
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Judy MarshallJudy grew up at Netherwood Park. Her parents, Ralph and Luella Ardrey, were long time members and Judy has worshiped here much of her adult life. She married Brent Marshall in 1986 and, after he accepted a position with Intel, they moved to Rio Rancho where they were blessed to be active in the Lord's church there. After Brent's passing in 2005, Judy served as the church secretary for Rio Rancho for four years. In 2009 she and her daughters, Stephanie and Emily, returned to Netherwood to be part of the family here again. Judy is honored to follow in the footsteps of her big sister, LuAnn Marpel, as church secretary, though she knows those are big shoes to fill.
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