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Meet The Guys Barry Maust Barry   sings   the   lead   part   for   the   quartet.   Barry   is   from   Pigeon,   Michigan.   He   works for    Choice    Books    –    a    inspirational    book    distributor.    Barry    is    also    an    ordained minister   in   the   Mennonite   church.   “I   feel   a   strong   calling   to   reach   as   many   people   as I   can   for   the   cause   of   Christ”.   He   has   been   with   the   Calvarymen   since   December   of 1993.   Barry   studied   music   at   Eastern   Mennonite   University   and   has   been   singing southern    gospel    music    since    1987    with    several    different    groups    including    the Crestmen   from   Mt.   Crawford,   Virginia,   and   Gospel   Echoes   Prison   Ministry,   from Goshen,   Indiana.   With   the   Gospel   Echoes   Barry   traveled   all   over   the   US   and   Canada singing and ministering in prisons and churches.   Jim Glasco Jim   is   back   singing   bass   for   the   Calvarymen   Quartet.   He   is   the   origional   bass   singer and   co-founded   the   Calvarymen.   Jim   traveled   with   the   group   all   over   the   country, appearing     on     many     of     the     big     promotions,     including     the     National     Quartet Convention   while   it   was   in   Memphis,   Nashville,   and   now   Louisville.   He   retired   from the   Calvarymen   in   1997.   Jim   sang   with   a   quartet   called   the   Master’s   Touch   for   a number   of   years.   When   that   group   came   off   the   road   the   Calvarymen   pulled   Jim   out of   retirement   once   again   to   promote   it’s   55th   anniversary   and   he   has   been   traveling with   the   group   ever   since.   56   years   later,   Jim’s   rich   bass   voice   is   as   strong   as   ever, pleasing   crowds   of   young   and   old.   He   and   his   wife   Sharon   make   their   home   in Lapeer, MI. Steve Ratliff Steve   sings   baritone   for   the   Calvarymen   and   lives   in   Davison   Michigan   with   his   wife Ranee.   He   also   has   four   grown   children:   Alicia,   Eric,   Jason,   and   Sarah,   and   attends the   Davison   Missionary   Church.   Although   a   General   Motors   retiree,   he   still   enjoys working   and   delivering   pharmaceuticals.   His   hobbies   include   golf   and   tennis,   and he   also   enjoys   travel.   Steve   began   playing   the   piano   and   organ   at   an   early   age,   and later,   as   a   teenager   began   singing   in   school   and   in   church   musicals.   His   first   group singing   experience   in   church   was   an   eight   piece   ensemble   called   the   “Eleutheros.” From   solos   to   quartets   to   choirs,   Steve   has   always   been   involved   in   some   type   of Christian   music   ministry.   His   latest   endeavor   involved   composing   music,   singing, and playing keyboard for the Christian jazz group, Company C. Phil Parkin Singing   the   Tenor   part   for   the   Calvarymen   is   Phil   Parkin.   After   a   17   year   break   Phil is   returning   to   the   Calvarymen   for   the   third   time.   Phil   brings   his   strong   Tenor   voice that   has   been   enjoyed   by   many   people   through   the   years   back   to   the   platform.   Phil looks    forward    to    singing    again    and    ministering    God’s    word    through    Southern Gospel    music.    Phil    lives    in    Caro,    Michigan    with    his    wife    Cindy    and    daughter Joyanna where Phil is also Pastor of Wahjamega Country Church.
"I    would    like    to    take    this    opportunity    to    thank    the Calvarymen     Quartet     for     volunteering     to     come     into Deerfield    Correctional    Facility.    The    prisoners    really enjoyed   the   enthusiastic   energy   and   gospel   music.   This was   a   success!   You   are   special   people   to   donate   your talent   and   time   to   provide   positive   programming   to   the prisoners."    -    William    Morrow    -    Program    Director    - Deerfield Correctional Facility - Ionia, MI "The    quality    of    the    singing    was    very    good,    but    more importantly   was   the   spirit   the   singing   was   done   in.   I   am very   impressed   by   the   Calvarymen   Quartet.   I   believe   you are   in   this   ministry   to   see   people   saved   and   helped,   not just   to   put   on   a   show."   -   Pastor   John   A   Huffman   -   Smith Chapel - Latham, OH "I   liked   how   you   guys   'looked   like'   you   enjoyed   what   you did.    I    know    you    do,    but    project    that    image    as    also! Thank   you   so   much   for   coming   to   our   'little'   church. Your   attitude   was   greatly   appreciated."   -   Dr.   Keith   Clark - Victory Baptist Church - Taylor, MI "Excellent         harmony!         Overwhelmingly         positive comments   were   heard   ...   the   mixture   of   selections   was wonderful."      -      Reverend      Michael      Hahn      -      Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church - Saginaw, MI - Booking - Barry Maust (810) 412-8711 bookcalvarymen@gmail.com
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