Current Elders

Frank “Bo” Bohannan E-Mail

Bo was born in Louisville, Kentucky and grew up in Carlsbad, New Mexico. He graduated from Carlsbad High School in 1954. While attending high school, Bo played both football and basketball and was selected to the all-state basketball team in 1954.  He graduated from Texas Western College, now University of Texas at El Paso, with a degree of Bachelor of Business Administration.

He was employed by the stock brokerage firm of Dean Witter Reynolds and spent his entire career with Dean Witter as a stockbroker and manager.  He retired in 1996, and he moved from California to San Antonio in 1999.  After retirement, he became interested in and trained in the field of anger management; he is now Program Director for Anger Solutions Network, Inc.

Frank has been married to his wife, Texie, for 58 years.  They have two sons, four grandchildren, and two great granddaughters.  They lived in the Apple Valley-Victorville area of Southern California for approximately 30 years.

He has been a member of Communion Chapel for approximately 5 years.

Robert Belz E-Mail

Robert Belz was born in 1959, and he moved around considerably in his childhood due to his father being in the Air Force. In the early 1970’s, his father retired, and the family moved back to central Ohio. Then in 1977, he graduated from Reynoldsburg High School in Reynoldsburg, OH.

After High School, he attended Asbury College in Wilmore, KY and eventually joined the Army National Guard. He completed his collegiate studies in 1987 receiving a Bachelors of Arts in Bible. After graduation he served as Youth Pastor at Bethel Christian and Missionary Alliance in Hamilton, OH.

Robert later returned to San Antonio to live, work, and raise his family. In 1999, Robert started his own construction remodeling business in San Antonio and has owned and operated this business since that time.

He has been a member of Communion Chapel since 2011 and has been serving in the Men’s Ministry since 2013. He was elected as an Elder at Communion Chapel in 2015.