Nathan also grew up in South Portland, Maine, and has lived in Maine since 1984. After graduating from UNH, he worked in the landscape industry for ten years doing everything from stonework to design and sales. He seeks to continue to grow his skills in construction and mechanics and enjoys pretty much anything that gets him outdoors- hiking, hunting, sport shooting, gardening, etc.
He is passionate about living an intentional life and believes the best way to live for God and change the world is through one purposeful relationship at a time.
Aaron is an 8 year US Army veteran. After serving he worked many years as a heavy duty diesel truck technician at Freightliner of Maine. In 2015 he started a new career path in school bus transportation for South Portland school department and now is currently Co-Director of Transportation at RSU14 Windham Raymond School Department.
He has been married for almost 25 years to his wife Ali. They have 1 adult daughter and fostered another daughter. Aaron has served with Living to LAST for multiple years as a minutemen. Stepping into this role he is looking forward to seeing what the Lords plans are for this organization and is excited to be apart of this leadership team.
Tim hails from Poughkeepsie, New York and currently resides in the seacoast of New Hampshire. Tim graduated from Ithaca College with his undergraduate degree in sociology and from the University of New Hampshire with his Master’s in Sociology. After serving for four years as a campus minister with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Tim began working at Bethany Church where he currently serves as the pastor of their Kittery Point campus.
When he’s not working, Tim loves spending time with his wife and 2 children. He also runs an outdoor survival and gear review channel on YouTube – Everyday Tactical Vids.
Tim is passionate about preaching, apologetics, and following the call of Jesus to be a disciple who makes disciples through intentional relationships, teaching, and mentoring.
Doug has spent more than three decades leading teams that develop conceptual ideas into full commercial operations. Doug graduated from the University of Maine with a Mechanical Engineering Technology degree and a desire to learn new things. This energy was applied to servicing nuclear power plants, development of implantable and diagnostic medical devices, and creating the groundwork for many small teams with big ideas to grow into their success. He is passionate about having a wide variety of experiences, mentoring others, and exploring the road less traveled.
Doug believes being an outward focused follower of Jesus Christ is his life’s calling. He has been married for 30+ years to his wife Genay, and has two adult children who are on their own adventures. Doug and Genay returned to Maine after several decades of living in Virginia, Massachusetts, France, New Hampshire and Kansas City. He believes God is moving mightily within Living to L.A.S.T., and is excited to see how the leadership’s vision comes into focus.
Serving with Living To L.A.S.T. - Not only do I get to hang out and meet some really cool guys. But I also get to give back to the community and help some really great people who could use a slight hand up. The guys in L2L have become more like family. I am blessed to be able to call them my brothers.
Serving with Living to Last the past few years has been a testament to God's design to building a brotherhood that desires to grow close as brothers, simultaneously extending our affection for each other, our knowledge of skilled trades, and the saving knowledge of Christ. Serving with our hands, those who are overlooked in the community, inviting any man (young or old) to join a brotherhood of saints to learn what it means to be a man in the arena.
So grateful for the guys at Living To Last. The relationships I have developed over the years have truly shaped me into who I am today. Having brothers who encourage and challenge me daily is necessary for me to be effective for my family and community. To be able to learn from and also help so many various guys in a tangible way has been a real blessing in my life.
Serving with Living To Last has been a great opportunity for personal growth alongside of some incredibly talented brothers. While serving the community we are able to share the message of Christ through our hard work, attitudes, and love all while constantly being humbled by the stories of others. We have a brotherhood and a purpose that I’ve looked for and wanted but hadn’t found until now.
Andrew grew up in South Portland, Maine, and graduated from Keene State College with a degree in Environmental Studies. He worked as a lead operator for an environmental service company after graduation, later worked as a technician for a water treatment company and now works part-time in the plumbing/HVAC world as a subcontractor. For Andrew, work has never been about “building a career;” it has merely been the means to do what he really cares about.
It was his passions, convictions, and faith in Christ that eventually inspired him to start Living To L.A.S.T., where he ultimately feels his heart to be. It is his belief that in friendships with men, talk can often be cheap. If we want to be better men, we have to take action together to make a lasting change around us and in us. In his spare time, he enjoys mountain biking, indoor rock climbing, and just about anything outside.
Dan was born and raised in Massachusetts. Right out of high school he joined the Marines and served for four years, involving two Iraq tours. After the military he went on to become a Corrections Officer for 12 years in Boston. Realizing that wasn’t the career nor life for him and his family, he and his wife with their two kids moved to Maine in 202 to have a slower, more peaceful life.
He isn’t a traditional skilled tradesman but is eager to try anything, and fail as many times as it takes to learn. The vision for Living to Last resonates with him deeply, and he is beyond proud to be a part of this great movement. His current passion is being a stay at home dad and a homeschool teacher to both his children.