Peggy and her family have been members at DPC since 2000. In 2016 she became a Commissioned Ruling Elder, which eventually transitioned into her position as a Commissioned Pastor in the Presbytery of Scioto Valley. As a Commissioned Pastor, she is available to provide Pulpit Supply within the entire Presbytery, with the ability to preside over Communion, Baptism, Marriage and all aspects of a Pastor. Over the years, Peggy has been very active in the activities at DPC, and serving on numerous committees to help develop the church. Family is her number one priority and greatest accomplishment, with three children and a marriage of 40 years. Peggy and her family enjoy vacationing together – which generally involves being near water. In her quiet time, which is rare, she enjoys reading, walking her dogs, crochet and watching movies with her husband and a big bowl of popcorn. Peggy considers DPC her second home and is excited by the new and growing possibilities of the church.
Peggy J Holcomb
Rev. Ronald Botts
Rev. Ronald Botts is a graduate of Otterbein University and the Methodist Theological School in Ohio. After ordination in the United Church of Christ, he has served as pastor to eight congregations and also as a staff member of the Ohio Council of Churches.
In health-related and social justice callings Ron additionally worked as Associate Director of the American Lung Association of Ohio; Director of the Alzheimer's Association, Columbus Chapter; and Director of Common Cause/Ohio. Among his most memorable moments was getting to spend a bit of time with South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Bruce is a third-year seminary student at Trinity Lutheran Seminary at Capital University. Upon completion of his Master of Divinity degree and ordination requirements, he aims to become an ordained Presbyterian minister. He is currently serving Dublin Presbyterian Church in conjunction with a twelve-month ministry internship as part of his education.
After nearly thirty years in corporate accounting and finance, he decided to follow a different calling with similar roots in his passion for people and leadership. Before leaving the corporate world, Bruce held several roles in executive management, where he developed his interest in staff engagement and development.
Bruce and his wife of fourteen years, Jennifer Lyle, are the proud parents of four adult children and are eagerly awaiting two grandchildren due in 2022.
Bruce W Miller
Shane G Trace
Director of Music Ministries
Shane G. Trace studied music at The Ohio State University, where he trained with voice teacher, Dr. Tamara Regensberger. Shane studied under choral directors, Dr. Robert J. Ward and Dr. Hillary Apfeldstadt. While at The Ohio State University, Shane was a member at the OSU Men’s Glee Club, the Symphonic Choir and Chorale. Before coming to Dublin Presbyterian, Shane was the Director of Music at New Horizons United Methodist Church, and Glenwood Untied Methodist Church. Shane founded the Annual Westside Independence Day Concert in 2010, and he also create a series of two concerts in which the proceeds benefited breast cancer research. He was a part of a joint effort to start “Night of Broadway,” a yearly event in which a musical production is performed to raise funds for the Buckeye Region Anti-Violence Organization (BRAVO). Shane also directs the yearly musicals at Bishop Ready High School. By day, Shane is a certified fiscal professional working for the State of Ohio’s State Employment Relations Board (SERB).
Shane is married to husband David, and they are the proud parents of their dogs, Mozart and Edison.
Karen has been a resident of Central Ohio her entire life. She grew up in Westerville and eventually settled in the Dublin area. Karen lives with her four children and ever-growing menagerie of pets. She enjoys utilizing the many amenities of Dublin to maintain a healthy and happy family. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with loved ones. Her family loves to explore new and exciting locations in the United States. Karen is excited to support and work with the congregation at DPC.