Rob joined the DCJB in late 2004 as lead trumpet player. He began his trumpet playing career at age 11 and played throughout his school years, including a stint with the Richland College concert and jazz bands and four years as lead trumpet with the University of Texas at Arlington Jazz Orchestra. Through the years since college Rob has played with a variety of musical groups including The Phares Corder Orchestra, The Guy Lombardo Orchestra, Garland Summer Musicals, and Swingtime Jazz Band. When not playing trumpet Rob works as a Patient Acct Rep in the Medicare/ Medicaid/ Senior Plans Dept for Texas Health Resources and he is an active member of First Baptist Church of Richardson playing on a regular basis with the Church Jazz Band.
Terry joined DCJB in 2014. Terry took a 25 year sabbatical from playing his trumpet after high school, but he picked it back up in 2004 and has been playing ever since with groups as diverse as the Carrollton Wind Symphony, Thursday Evening Jazz Band at Richland College, Vigilantes Drum and Bugle Corps and the orchestra at First Baptist Church of Carrollton, where he is a member. A graduate of Texas A&M University, Terry works in the Information Technology industry as a web developer and UI designer. When asked why he likes being a part of DCJB Terry says: “I like sharing my musical talent with other believers in Christ”.
Bobby joined DCJB in 2018.
4th Trumpet / Flugel Horn
Mike inherited his love of music from his musical family and he has been a member of DCJB since 1996. Mike’s involvement in musical performance also includes membership in the Heritage Brass Band, a military ceremonial band. When he’s not keeping count musically Mike keeps accounts in his professional gig as a CPA, which might also have something to do with Mike’s responsibilities as DCJB’s Business Manager. Mike is a member of 1st Baptist Church of Dallas where he is a long-time volunteer in the media department. When asked why he enjoys being part of DCJB Mike likes to quote a song title by Christian rocker Larry Norman: “Why should the devil have all the good music?”