Dick Reece

How long have you been at CCoF?

I have been a member of Christ’s Church Of Flagstaff since 1988.
Tell us about your family.
My wife, Conni and I, met in 1970, and we were married in 1971 in Prescott Arizona. We lived and worked in Phoenix from 1971 to 1988. In that time, we had three children, Robin Jennifer Reece, Roxanne Nicole Reece, and Tyler Kash Reece. During that time we were members of First Christian Church in Phoenix Arizona, and we had the pleasure of serving as youth coaches with Don and Sue Wilson (we also had the opportunity to babysit Kristi Wilson Reed when she was an infant😊). We now have five delightful grandchildren. We have resided in Flagstaff since the fall of 1988.
How have you served the Flagstaff community over the years?
I have been a practicing AIA architect since 1974, and my wife Conni was a special education teacher at Flag High and Coconino High School through 1998. I served on the Flagstaff Advisory School Board and was an instructor at NAU. I was president of the Northern Arizona Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). I have had the honor of serving as an elder at Christ’s Church of Flagstaff since 1991. I have had the privilege of designing the first three phases of Christ’s Church of Flagstaff Master Plan. Additionally, I was the architect of record for the United Christian Youth Camp in Prescott Arizona, Hope Cottage in Flagstaff, multiple Christian Care elderly housing facilities, and over 40 Christian churches throughout the state of Arizona.
What is your passion? What's your favorite way to serve at CCoF?
We like to serve in hospitality, utilizing our home and our other blessings to benefit people of the church and community.
What's your favorite Flagstaff restaurant and menu item?
Josephine’s, and we love their fillet mignon.