Daryl Gohl spent his career as a Human Resource executive in the hospital industry in Kansas City, Los Angeles, Miami and Portland, Oregon before retiring in 2008 to become a full-time alpaca rancher and to be able to volunteer more to third world countries.
Daryl joined Quechua Benefit as Treasurer in early 2009 and went on his first mission trip with Quechua Benefit in November of that year. He became President in late in 2010. He has also served on the Board and Finance Committee of Quiet Hour Ministries , a Los Angeles based world-wide mission organization since 2010.
Daryl and his wife Ruthie have operated Columbia Mist Alpacas since 1998. They have spent a great deal of their lives providing leadership for youth and young adult programs in their church. They have five children and 12 grandchildren with whom they spend a great deal of their free time.