Calder Justice is from Atlanta and lives in Brookhaven with his wife, Whitney, and two dogs Bridger and Ellie. After graduating from Wesleyan Calder went on to Ole Miss for undergrad and Mercer University for his MBA. After college Calder moved to Montana where he sold Caterpillar equipment and went fishing, skiing, and hunting as much as time would allow. Since moving back to Atlanta in 2010, he was a youth group leader from 2011 - 2016, journeyed on his first Mission trip in 2011 to Honduras, reigniting the desire to serve everyone. Calder and Matthew have been table leaders at Ironmen since 2014. His favorite hobbies are brewing beer, gardening, and carpentry work. Calder’s favorite thing to do when he is not working is fly-fish wherever he can.
Clayton is from Atlanta and lives in Collier Hills with his wife, Emily, and crazy puppy Nellie. He graduated from Westminster in 2013 (Go Cats) and went on to play baseball at Washington & Lee University. After a few years of working in Atlanta, Clayton went to Terry Business School in Athens for a MBA in real estate finance. He returned to Atlanta in 2012 and immediately reconnected with Tucker Yates, successfully launching their Men’s Group Bible Study. Over the past 4 years, they have gathered weekly and helped 20+ young men recognize their God-given potential and grow in Christ. Clayton attends Buckhead Church where he volunteers for the MoneyWise ministry, helping guys explore Biblical principles related to money and achieving financial freedom. Clayton enjoys travel adventure with Emily where they always rent bikes and sample the local fare. He enjoys a good bro-hang by the firepit, playing golf after work, or up in the mountains for the weekend.
David grew up in Atlanta and currently lives in Ridgewood Heights with his wife, Colleen. He went to Lovett for 14 long years and then graduated from Ole Miss with a finance degree. For two years after college, David traveled throughout South America and lived in Colorado working at a Young Life camp, called Frontier Ranch. He returned to Atlanta in 2008 and starting working in real estate banking. David has continued to invest his time with Young Life for eight more years. In 2010, David helped launch a small group called “Heathens,” which started meeting at a bar in Buckhead with intentions of scratching the surface. Seven years later, the same group still meets every other Tuesday night. He enjoys adventure traveling with Colleen, Atlanta sports and anything involving the great outdoors.