Allan Willmott, Associate Treasurer
Allan is excited to be a part of the accounting team at Central. He comes to us from India by way of Michigan, Maryland and most recently – Massachusetts. Allan completed his B.A. with a concentration in Pre-Seminary and later, a B.S. in Accounting. He comes to us after working as an Audit Senior with the General Conference Auditing Services. Prior to that, he worked in the Senior Living and Hospitality Industries for Sunrise Senior Living and Marriott International in their accounting departments in various capacities. He loved the time he spent at a Senior Living Community and enjoyed his interactions with those who depended on the services offered there. Allan also enjoys singing and playing the guitar at church activities along with participating and teaching adult Sabbath school classes. He is married to Premila since 1987. They are empty nesters. Their son Ashok lives in Vancouver, WA; and daughter Priscilla in Laurel, MD. He believes that God has brought him to Central with a purpose and waits on Him to lead and guide as he serves the Central California Conference community.
Josie Cano, Senior Accountant - Payroll
Information coming soon.
Yvette Gilbert, Accounts Payable Clerk
Information coming soon.
Darlene Herr, Senior Accountant - Accounts Payable
Darlene worked in the Association/Trust Services when the Conference first moved to Clovis from Santa Clara. She worked as the assistant to the Association Treasurer for a year and a half before moving to Colorado. Darlene worked for 14 plus years as the Office Manager for a State Farm Agency. While working for State Farm she went back to school and received her Business Accounting A.S. Darlene felt the Lord calling her back to his work. She answered that call and returned to the Conference office in April of 2013. She is a Senior Accountant and Accounts Payable Supervisor.
Darlene encourages people to “Make it a nice day”, citing that we can all HAVE a great day sometimes, but if we trust in the Lord, we can always MAKE it a great day by our attitude towards our circumstances.
She likes the verse: "This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it".
Dolores Jones, Accounting Clerk
Dolores joined the Central California Conference Office in October, 2001. She loves the Lord and enjoys serving his people. She is the widow of the late Pastor Joseph Jones and had the privilege of moving 34 times in their ministry throughout the Conferences of Northern California, Southern California, South Central and Central California. She holds a degree in Business Administration and throughout their many pastoral moves; she has been employed by such business as UC Berkeley, UCLA, UC Memphis, Vanderbilt University, Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America and Hancock Bank.
Dolores worked in the Department of Planned Giving and Property Management as Administrative Assistant to the Director. For a short time she worked in the Department of Property and Risk Management before moving to the Accounting Department. She currently serves as Administrative Assistant to the Undertreasurer, Keith Scott. Some of her duties involve answering questions and assisting churches/schools in completing their Property Tax Exemption and Business Property Tax 571-L forms; processes credit card charges; and assists with payroll processing. She is also a Commissioned Notary Republic for the State of California and provides this service to the Conference.
Dolores enjoys spending her vacations with ShareHim Mission Outreach and has served as speaker in Jamaica and on the continent of Africa in the countries of Zimbabwe, Togo, Kenya, and Tanzania.
Seeing souls accept Christ and be baptized is my greatest joy.
Bonnie Moseley, Accountant - Accounts Receivable, Church Remittances
For 16½ years, Bonnie Moseley ran the front office for a Fresno dentist. She did scheduling, insurance billing, and interacted with patients. When he sold his practice, she saw an opening at the Central California Conference office and began work in the Accounting Department in October, 2007.
Bonnie handles and receipts all the money that comes into the conference office. She receives all the tithes and offerings from conference churches, records and sends it on to the union offices. At the end of each month, quarter and year, she creates reports on the monies received.
“The environment in the conference office is very positive,” she says, “and I enjoy the people I work with.”
Bonnie’s two daughters are her biggest joy. Her older daughter, Jennifer, and her husband Tim, are both dentists. Bonnie's younger daughter, Heather, has a degree in psychology and is married to Derek.