Scott Erdelatz

Board Position: Member 

On the OH Board since 2021, I am excited to be able to partner with other men and women who share a passion for developing young men and women and helping them to live out of their true identity.
I served as a Marine for 30 years, finishing my time on active service in 2017. I loved serving in an organization with high standards and on close knit teams that tackled tough problems. My primary specialty was logistics and the latter part of my career was focused on leader development and education, fields I continue to work in as a civilian.
The direction of my adult life was established in college where I was discipled by godly men and women associated with the Navigators who showed me by their example that the promises and principles of Scripture apply to every area of life without exception. It’s not easy being a disciple of Jesus, but I think it would be much harder (and less fun) to not be one.
My wife, Omega, and I have two grown children who live out of state. We have remained active in discipleship ministry and strive to keep learning new things. We are grateful to be part of a church, New City Fellowship, that has been devoted to racial reconciliation and Christ-centered community for over 25 years.