Since 2007 - Standing Up for Life and Family Values
John Stover is the President of Ohio Value Voters, Inc. John is a real estate business owner and is retired as an IT-security auditor for a major healthcare provider and holds an Executive MBA from Baldwin Wallace College. John ran two campaigns for State Representative in 1980 and 1982 and a third race for Parma City Council (Ohio's seventh largest city) in 1991, where he served for twelve years. As a councilman, John was the primary sponsor of many resolutions that were sent to federal and state representatives to support pro-life and pro-family values legislation. He serves as a deacon and trustee at the Cleveland Baptist Church. John and Diane have been married forty-four years.
Jim is the owner and CEO of PCPI, a Logan County-based aerospace components manufacturer, since 1990. In 1979 he successfully completed the CPA exams and was initially employed with one of the world's largest accounting and consulting firms in their Columbus regional offices. He has served as an elected City Commissioner and Vice Mayor and has been heavily involved in state-wide legislative and US Congressional election campaigns for more than three decades. He is a life member of the National Rifle Association, the Knights of Columbus, and has served as a board member and president of several regional and community faith-based philanthropic organizations. He currently serves as Chairman of the Shelby County Board of Elections. He and his wife Theresa are parents of seven adult children and three grandchildren.
Diane is the Founder of Ohio Value Voters. She is a nationally-certified program manager and is retired from a global professional services Fortune 500 company where she worked for 25 years in the area of Information Technology and Security Risk Management. She serves as co-chair of the national Protect Child Health Coalition and is the statewide coordinator of Protect Ohio Children to stop obscenity in classrooms. Diane has worked on several federal, state and local election campaigns for the past thirty years and has been a leader in organizing faith coalitions in Northeast Ohio. Diane is a retired forty-year fourth-grade Sunday school teacher, mother of two, and grandmother of three.
Pastor Dan Wolvin
Pastor Wolvin is the state director of Awake America Ohio and has spent his entire pastoral ministry serving in two Ohio churches for the past thirty-four years. Upon graduating from Bible College, he was asked to join the staff of his home church, Cleveland Baptist Church, where he served faithfully in many capacities for twenty years. In March 2002, he accepted the call to pastor North Columbus Baptist Church in Columbus, Ohio. Pastor Wolvin has been faithfully serving the community in our state’s capital for over fourteen years, with his wife Denise of thirty-five years. They have three sons and three grandchildren.
Theresa has been a life-long educator holding K-12 teaching credentials in Ohio, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. She served as manager for the Christian Schools of Ohio Association and an instructor at Pennsylvania youth correctional facilities. She is a graduate of, and mentor for, the Anstine GOP Leadership Institute, a national women's political activism program. In 2009, she was elected to a county-wide office in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She has served critical campaign leadership roles in county, state legislative, gubernatorial and US House and Senate races over the past two decades. In 2016, she successfully co-chaired the NRA statewide phone bank program for the Trump/Pence campaign in Ohio. Theresa's community involvement includes serving as a board member and committee chair for numerous faith-based organizations addressing crime victim assistance, youth and family issues and pro-life pregnancy counseling services. She currently serves as County Chairman of the Shelby County Republican Party. Theresa and her husband Jim are blessed with seven adult children and three grandchildren.
Charles is a nationally-certified counselor and holds an Ohio teaching license in history and government and is a graduate of the School of Ministry Training (SMT). Charles currently serves as a disaster relief volunteer with the American Red Cross and has worked on-site at seven national disasters including being the first Red Cross responder at Ground Zero in New York City. Charles has been involved in managing and supporting federal, state-wide, and local campaigns over the past three decades. He is a former member of Operation Rescue and an active member of Church on the Rise in Westlake, Ohio.