Elders:

Gary Dalton and his wife, Marilyn, have three daughters: Pam McCarty, married to Mark and attends Kansas Expressway; Angie Fredendall, married to Richard and lives in Jefferson City, Missouri; and Kristy Quattlebaum, married to Russell and lives in Little Rock, Arkansas. Gary and Marilyn have seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Gary is retired from Southern Missouri Containers and delivers flowers part-time for Fae's Flowers. He enjoys traveling, Nascar races, cooking, attending the ball games of his grand daughters whenever possible, and spending time with his grandchildren.
Jerry Sullins and his wife, Edith, have three daughters and one son: Tara Sullins lives in Springfield; Rachel Young lives in Alabama; Laurie Macy lives in Ava, Missouri; and Ray Sullins is married to Cindy and is the minister for the Kansas Expressway Church of Christ. Jerry and Edith have ten grandchildren. They spent several years in Africa where Jerry was the director of the Botswana and Zambia School of Biblical Studies. Jerry is currently the director of the Bible Institute of Missouri which is a work of this congregation. He enjoys fishing and playing golf. Edith is the librarian at the Bible Institute of Missouri.

Deacons:

David Fielder and his wife, Julie, have two children: Hannah and John. David is a life-long resident of Springfield and has attended Kansas Expressway and its predecessor, the Johnston and Dale congregation, for more than 40 years. He is a Member of Lowther Johnson Attorneys at Law, LLC and has practiced law in Springfield since 1987.  David also serves as a reserve detective with the Criminal Investigations Division of the Greene County Sheriff’s Department.  Julie is a homemaker and does volunteer work at John’s school. David and his family enjoy camping and the outdoors. David’s main duties as a deacon involve the educational program and selecting those who lead in the worship assemblies.
Dwayne Green and his wife, Jan, have two sons: Brent and Stephen. Brent and his wife, Dedra, have one son, Cayden. He is Dwayne and Jan’s first grandchild. Dwayne grew up in West Plains, Missouri, and Jan grew up in Houston, Texas. Dwayne likes to hunt and fish while Jan enjoys the outdoors and doing arts and crafts. Dwayne has been a banker for many years and is currently the manager at Regions Bank in Republic, Missouri. Dwayne's primary responsibility as a deacon is working with the visitation program.
Leroy Hathcock and his wife, Delores, have two sons: Timothy and his wife, Rebecca, live in Fayetteville, Arkansas; and Alan lives in Springfield. Leroy and Delores have two grandsons. Leroy is retired from Associated Grocers and enjoys spending time with his grandsons Eli and Caleb. Delores is a homemaker. Leroy’s main duties as a deacon involve supervision of mowing as well as snow and trash removal.
Seth Hass and his wife, Jennifer, have four children: Eraweh Ann, T-Roy Alan, Easton Alan, and Rheleigh Ann, all live at home. Seth and Jennifer live near Elkland. Seth works at Re-Gen Technologies as an information systems analyst. He enjoys hunting, cooking, Nascar races, taking walks thru the woods, and playing instruments. Jennifer  is a homemaker. Seth’s main duties as a deacon involve the visitation program and being in charge of selecting the door greeters.
Mark McCarty and his wife, Pam, have two daughters: Amanda Dillon, married to Matt, attends Kansas Expressway; and Kaitlin lives at home. Mark and Pam live near Fair Grove and have one grandson and one granddaughter. He is the business manager for the Plumbers and Pipe Fitters Local Union 178 in Springfield and enjoys farming, playing with his grandson, Andy, and teaching the college class at Kansas Expressway. Pam is the secretary at Fair Grove Elementary. Mark’s main duties as a deacon involves the evangelism program, local and foreign missions, and new members and follow-up training.

Preacher:

Ray Sullins has been the evangelist at Kansas Expressway Church of Christ since October, 1998. His wife, Cindy, is a homemaker and babysits other children. They have three children: Nikki, Trey, and Chase, all of which live at home. Ray and Cindy spent seven years in Africa. Ray taught at the Botswana and Zambia School of Biblical Studies. He also worked with the local churches there. He enjoys being with people, listening to music, yard work and special projects like building things.