David Cheromei, originally from Kenya, and currently serving in Kenya with his wife Laurel and three children, Lily,Levi and Lucy. David opened his collegiate career at Butler Community College in Eldorado, Kansas. David did track and cross country for Butler. He won NJCAA indoor national titles in the mile and 5,000 meters and took the outdoor steeplechase crown.
David then transferred to Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, Virginia. David won 13 National titles and one National record. David graduated from Virginia Intermont College in Bristol, Virginia with B.A in Business Administration-International Management. He later got his M.A. in Human Services-Health and Wellness at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
After completing his Masters David worked with Mt. Rogers CSB as a Youth Mental Health Case Manager. David has had a passion and a dream of caring for orphans and poor children since he was very young. His hobbies include hunting, volleyball, tennis, badminton, traveling and sports; especially running.
Laurel Cheromei originated from a military family that moved 13 times before she went to college. Laurel graduated from Virginia Intermont College with a B.S. in Pre-Art Therapy and a B.A. in Art. Laurel is currently a stay at home mom with daughter, Lily and son Levi. Her hobbies include creating art, spending time outdoors, walking, traveling, and cheering on her man at races, scrapbooking and soccer.