Disciples Church Extension Fund

INDIANAPOLIS — Disciples Church Extension Fund has named Robert DeHoff its new Director of Lending.

DeHoff has more than 20 years of experience in mortgage, consumer, and small business lending, which includes his time as a loan system manager and implementation specialist. In his new role, he will work closely with the Loan Team as well as Building and Capital Services Advisors to underwrite loans for congregation and regional property projects.

“We are excited to welcome Rob to the staff,” said Belinda R. King, President and CEO of Disciples Church Extension Fund. “His experience in building relationships and his banking and financial skills for 20+ years will complement our financial services team. We look forward to all he will bring to this ministry.”

DeHoff serves on several boards and volunteers for a variety of community-based organizations, in addition to serving as the President of Greensburg Rotary Club and Treasurer for Greensburg Youth Football, Inc. His passion for community was recently recognized by The 812, honoring him with the Community Champion distinction in February 2024.

He attended Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Selling and Sales Management.

“I look forward to building strong relationships with the internal DCEF team, and I am excited to integrate my experience into the fabric of this already outstanding ministry,” said DeHoff. “I firmly believe that God has guided me to this position for a purpose, and I am grateful to continue my career journey with DCEF.”

DeHoff resides in Greensburg, Indiana with his daughter Mila and son John D.

Headquartered in Indianapolis, Disciples Church Extension Fund is a financial ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) to help churches identify how they can better utilize the three essential elements of congregational life — people, property, and finances — to create greater congregational vitality. To this end, Disciples Church Extension Fund provides ministry planning services, building and property loans, and investment notes to help individuals, congregations, and ministries thrive. To learn more, visit www.disciplescef.org.


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