Meet Our Staff
Ed and Julia Mareth – Owners – Ed and Julia Mareth are the current owners of Little Flat Creek Ranch, although if you were to ask them, they would state, “God is the owner, we are just here to take care of what he has provided for us, and to do his works.”
Julia’s father, Mr. Bill Roller, is the founder of Little Flat Creek Ranch, and operated the ranch from 1991 – 2015. Ed and Julia own a holdings company, Mareth Enterprises, and have made a living in the pet food and agriculture industry, but have broadened that spectrum to several other industries as well. Ed and Julia have three children, Brittany Lueckenhoff, Alex Mareth, and Emma Mareth. They also have two grandchildren, Greyson and Kennedy, with more on the way.
Bradley Lueckenhoff – Wildlife and Operations Manager – Bradley Lueckenhoff serves as the Wildlife and Operations Manager for the Ranch, and also handles all Sponsor Outreach and Relations. In 2016, Bradley began volunteering at the ranch, as a Hunting and Fishing guide. In 2022 that became a full-time position.
Bradley served with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, as a State Trooper, for approximately six years, before coming to work at the Ranch. Along with Ranch work, Bradley is also a Realtor, with RE/MAX LAKESIDE. Bradley is married to the ranch owners’ daughter, Brittany, and they have a two-year-old son, Greyson August. When not working, Bradley enjoys spending time with his wife and son, hunting, fishing, and enjoying all things outdoors.
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Todd and Kim Garner – Ranch Managers – Todd and Kim Garner serve as the Ranch Managers and do an amazing job making sure the Ranch is in top shape at all times. Todd began working for the ranch in 2016. Todd and Kim became full time managers of the ranch in 2019. Todd and Kim spend countless hours maintaining the yards, roads, lake, and lodge, and they also prepare all the meals for all Catch-A-Dream events. Todd and Kim have two children, Mackenzie and Brady.
When not working, you can often find Kim enjoying a shopping day, or spending time with her family, and Todd can be found in a marsh hunting ducks with his son Brady.
Here’s how you can help.
All of these charitable trips are payed for by the LFCR Dream Foundation, a 501(C)(3) Non-Profit Organization. This is made possible by the amazing Partners and Sponsors that constantly support us and our mission. If you would like to learn more about becoming a sponsor or donating, please take a moment to send us your information and we will get back with you as soon as possible. Thank you so much for your kindness.