City Rescue Mission of Saginaw, Inc. is an autonomous nonprofit corporation. As a 501(c)(3), City Rescue Mission, Inc. is our organization’s recognized, legal identity. Our network of care facilities includes City Rescue Mission of Saginaw, Good Samaritan Rescue Mission of Bay City, and Community Village, all operating under the DBA Rescue Ministries of Mid-Michigan (R3M).
R3M is guided by a fifteen-member Board of Directors that represent a variety of denominational and vocational perspectives. Members are elected to a 3-year term, meet quarterly, and are charged with all matters of operation policy. These dedicated volunteers become personally involved in hands-on volunteer projects and in creating opportunities with potential donors, volunteers, businesses, and churches. We are continually grateful for their guidance and service.
Rescue Ministries of Mid-Michigan Board of Directors
Dan Streeter, Executive Director
Dan Streeter came to work at the City Rescue Mission in 1992 where he held the position of Director of Operations. In 2004, he became the Mission Director of Good Samaritan Rescue Mission of Bay City. Dan then transitioned into the position of Executive Director of Rescue Ministries of Mid-Michigan (R3M) in 2010 where he continues to serve.
Joseph Todey, President
Retired Athletic Director, Essexville-Hampton Schools
Joe Todey began volunteering at Good Samaritan Rescue Mission in November of 2004, shortly before it officially opened for service. In 2005, an advisory board was formed in which Joe served two years as President and has faithfully served on that board ever since. Joe was asked to serve on the Rescue Ministries of Mid-Michigan (R3M) Board of Directors in 2008, became Vice President in 2012, and President in 2013. He retired from Essexville Hampton Schools in 2000 after serving 37 years as an educator and the last 25 years as athletic director at Garber High School. Joe enjoys fishing trout streams, playing golf and tennis, and camping. Yet his real sports passion is skiing in the Rocky Mountains where he winters. With great commitment, Joe capitalizes on communication technologies to stay connected with us and returns home for Rescue Ministries of Mid-Michigan (R3M) meetings.
Dr. Mark Hazen, Vice President
Mark Hazen came to Saginaw in 1998 to serve as Lead Pastor of Immanuel Bible Church. Since 2010, Mark has served on the Community Village Advisory board and joined the R3M board in 2014. Mark’s passion is to bring God pleasure by believing His Word and doing His will in the power He provides for the praise of His glory. Mark and his wife, Lynn, have four adult children, two of whom are married. Together they love the outdoor adventures of biking, backpacking, kayaking and the occasional downhill skiing.
Ruth Anne Rye, Secretary
Ruth Anne Rye and her husband became residents of Hemlock fifty years ago, raised four children, and pursued their professions. Grandparents of 10, they keep busy in and out-of-state attending a range of activities. Ruth Anne holds a Bachelor Degree as a Registered Nurse and remains active with infection prevention and control endeavors concentrating on long-term care. When Community Village was preparing to open for service, Ruth Anne assisted in developing the infection control program. Her heart for rescue ministries is a proud continuation of her dad’s volunteering in the 1920’s when he was a college and Bible school student in Los Angeles and Chicago.
Gary L. Labadie, Treasurer
CEO, Labadie Auto Company
Gary is responsible for growing his business over the course of 40 years into the largest, most successful auto dealership in mid-Michigan. He is a board member and chairs the Bay Area Community Foundation, is a board member of Marshall Fredericks Sculpture Museum at SVSU, and a Rotarian. When he has time, Gary enjoys skiing, golfing, and, as an experienced boat captain, sailing.
Vice President and Financial Consultant, DM Business Services LLC
Melissa Cabine has served on the City Rescue Mission Board for over 20 years and has also served as Treasurer for the Executive Board. She is a chapel speaker for the Women’s Shelter. Melissa brings an honest approach while helping school districts and townships manage their budgets. She currently resides in Saginaw with her husband and business partner Dennis.
General Manager, local staffing company
Anthony Essex started on the Advisory Board of the Rescue Mission and now serves on both the Advisory Board and Board of Directors. He has been a chapel speaker with a passion for seeing people come to Christ through a personal relationship. Anthony enjoys spending time with his wife of almost 30 years, his children, and grandchildren.
Richard J. Frontjes
Retired Teacher, Essexville Hampton Schools
Richard Frontjes joined the Good Samaritan Rescue Mission team prior to its official opening in March 2005 when he worked on building renovations and became a member of the Advisory Board. He was asked to join the Rescue Ministries of Mid-Michigan (R3M) Board of Directors in 2009. Richard spends much time volunteering at Cedar Campus, an InterVarsity Christian Fellowship retreat/training center in the Upper Peninsula. His favorite activity is flying airplanes and maintaining the grounds at a small airport in the Pinconning area.
CEO, Anderson Eye Associates
Charles Lange is the CEO of Andersen Eye Associates, the premiere eye care facility in the GLB Region. By training, Charles was an accountant, earned his CPA credentials, and served in various tax and management consulting positions. He has served as the Treasurer of Mid-Michigan Teen Challenge for more than thirty years. Charles resides in Montrose with his wife, Amber, of 45 years and they have two grown/married sons and six grandchildren. They are long-time members of a local, interdenominational church. Charles enjoys playing golf and occasionally hunting with his children and grandchildren.
Retired Chairman of the Board, Saginaw Products Corporation
John chaired the boards of the Saginaw County Chamber of Commerce, Saginaw Future, Inc., the Great Lakes Bay Michigan Works Association, the Saginaw County Business and Education Partnership, and other local associations. He is a Rotarian and a member of the Board of Fellows of Saginaw Valley State University. In his spare time he enjoys traveling with Joan his wife of 60 years, gardening and writing.
Cash Program Manager, Department of Human Service
Terri Hibbard, a 25+ year employee of the Department of Human Service, also serves on the Advisory Board of Community Village. She is married and enjoys traveling.
Mary Leahy Rankey
Certified Financial Planner and Managing Partner, The Iles Group, Merrill Lynch
Mary Rankey started with Rescue Ministries of Mid-Michigan (R3M) in 2005 as a member of the Good Samaritan Rescue Mission Advisory Board. She and her husband Rich live in Bay City and enjoy hiking, biking, gardening, kayaking and skiing. Free time for them is spent with their son and daughter-in-law Nate and Amy and their two grandsons, Brady and Aiden.
Retired Utility Man, General Motors (30 years)
James became a volunteer at the City Rescue Mission men’s ministry discipleship program in 1996 and has enjoyed a very satisfying and rewarding relationship with the men’s discipleship program. In 2010, James was elected to the Board of Directors – a new and exciting experience for him with City Rescue Mission. In 2011, he became Chairman of the Advisory Board. James is active with church leaders and business owners building connections and relationships with City Rescue Mission. He is also a licensed Chaplain. James enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and playing Scrabble.
Curt L. Tucker
CEO/President, TEAMTECH Motorsports Safety, Inc
Curt, a native of Saginaw, is a graduate of NMU (1982, 2008). He started TEAMTECH in 1988. Curt is married to Korina L. Tucker and has two daughters – Melissa and Mandi – and three grandchildren – Jessie, Koltin, and Hunter. Curt began volunteering for City Rescue Mission in 1997.
Director of Community Relations, Marcia Reeves – Email | Phone: 989.752.6051 ext 131