Anne Burke

Ann Stephens Burke is the Finance Committee representative on the Church Council, this is her first year serving. She has been a member of the Cathedral for 39 years. Her entire professional life has centered around education with three years as a high school teacher. She retired as the State Administrator for Career and Technical Education. She and her husband, Del Burke enjoy traveling, camping, hiking, and spending precious time with their children and grandchildren.

Max Corbet

Max Corbet has been a member of the Church Council since August of 2020. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees. Max and his wife Belinda joined the Cathedral of the Rockies in 1987.

Max served as the assistant athletic director and associate athletic director for communications at Boise State before retiring from the Bronco athletic department in March of 2017. In retirement Max enjoys gardening, camping, hiking, biking, skiing, traveling with his wife and visiting their families.

Lara Disney

Lara Disney serves as the Vice-Chair of the Board, and has called Cathedral home since 2015. Lara loves living in the Boise Foothills with her wife, and she can frequently be found at early-morning yoga, cheering on the Packers, or exploring Idaho’s great outdoors.

Terry Frisk

Terry Frisk is a retired CPA who spent his career helping businesses navigate their finances. He and his wife, Barb, joined the church in 2003 and is currently serving on the Finance Committee. Barb and Terry have two sons and are enjoying retirement together at their second home in Donnelly, ID.

Gayle Healy

Gayle Healy has been a member of Cathedral of the Rockies since 1985. Gayle joined the council in October 2021. Gayle is a retired Boise School District Educator where she served for 33 years. Gayle has been married for 37 years.

Steve Walker

Steve and his wife Sue have been members of the Cathedral of the Rockies since 1998. They have attended the Amity Campus since 2013. They are both retired from working at the State of Idaho, where Steve served as State Archivist and Sue was the head of the State Talking Book Program.