Meet the Board

Jaret Mutter- President

Jaret's family joined HCCC in 2008 when his two daughters were younger. They enjoyed the family friendly atmosphere at the club and were active with the Hound Dog's swim team. His oldest daughter went on to swim at Cave Spring High School all four years. Jaret has enjoyed being involved with the Men's Golf Association and has developed many close personal friendships during the many golf outings at HHCC.  He and his family loved HHCC and the surrounding community so much that they decided to move into the neighborhood in 2014 and couldn't imagine living anywhere else. A native of the Roanoke Valley, Jaret grew up on a small farm in neighboring Bedford County.  After attending Virginia Tech, Jaret returned to Roanoke to begin his career. Jaret is the Founder and President of Valley Wealth Group and has been a Financial Adviser for over 13 years. 

"HHCC has had such a positive impact on our family and I serve on the board to ensure that our community club may provide that same experience to new families for many years to come." -Jaret 

Doug Wilson

Doug Wilson grew up in Roanoke and graduated from Patrick Henry High School, Wake Forest University, and Liberty University School of Law. Doug, his wife Emily, and their two children Connor and Bailey first became HHCC golf members in 2014 when Connor joined the golf team at Faith Christian School. The Wilsons moved to the Hunting Hills neighborhood in December 2016. Doug's leadership at Century Title Services, Inc. and Wilson Law Firm, PLC has put him in a place to assist the club in its real estate transactions and other legal matters. When asked to join the board in 2017, it was a natural fit. The Wilson's are excited to live in such a beautiful community and are committed to making the Club all that it can be!

Ken Delp

Ken and his family joined Hunting Hills Country Club when they moved into the neighborhood in 2004.  He became a member of the board because he wants to help make the club more successful. Ken is Vice President of The Uttermost Co located in Franklin County and has worked there for 24 years.  While he loves everything that Hunting Hills has to offer, he particularly enjoys the tennis program as he has been a lifelong tennis player.

"Hunting Hills has been great for our family and was a huge part of our daughter's childhood."  - Ken

Keith Gaphery

Our family joined Hunting Hills in April 2004. My wife Melissa and our children, Cara and Owen,
swam for the Houndogs and participated in various club events throughout the years.  I have been an active board member
for the past ten years and have held the president, vice president, and head of golf and grounds positions.  I contributed 
to revitalizing the Mens Golf Association in 2008 and have been president since that time.  

"I am excited for the future of our club, and look forward to contributing to our success!: -Keith

Dean A. Martin

Dean moved from Richmond to Roanoke in 1984. He married a Roanoke native, Mitzi McNeil and they have two daughters, Kendal Martin and Kelsey Martin Durkin. They moved to Hunting Hills in 2002 and joined the HHCC. Dean owns Cave Spring Auto Body and has been a part of the business community
since 1998. He enjoys being a member of the Hunting Hills MGA and decided to join the HHCC board to help promote the golf program and give back to the Hunting Hills membership.

Kyle Creamer-

Kyle is currently the Secretary/Treasurer and office manager for Old Heritage Corporation.
Kyle is originally from Dallas Texas and after moving to Virginia, he joined the United States Air Force and there was a Master Instructor in electronics. He obtained his first Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech in 1987, and became an international field engineer for GE, working in steel mill automation and models. He was a Master Instructor and owner in a scuba retail business, a Technical Dive Instructor for NOAA and NURC divers and the Financial Officer and Office Manager as well as one of the primary research divers for a not-for-profit organization, the Cambrian Foundation which is involved in underwater archaeological and geological research and exploration. 
In 2007, Kyle completed a second Bachelor of Science degree in Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise, and completed his Doctorate in Nutrition in 2014, in which his research focus was in nutrition, obesity and their relation to bone metabolism and regulation in women undergoing bariatric surgery. He is currently an adjunct professor at Radford University.
Kyle and his wife Cindy have 4 children, 10 grandchildren and now live on the south side of Bent Mountain. They are enjoying the active life of managing Old Heritage Corporation, developing an operating farm and enjoying the peace and quiet mountain life brings.