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Tim Fyda (Presented by Coach Troy Calhoun)

Tim FydaGraduated in 1979 from the United States Air Force Academy with a BS in Engineering Mechanics. Graduated from the Ohio State University Executive MBA program in 1990. Served as an Officer and Pilot for eight years active duty in the US Air Force, 1979-1987. President and Owner of Fyda Freightliner, Inc., a network of 6 Heavy Truck dealerships in Ohio and PA.

Currently serving on the BOD of the following:

  • United States Air force Academy Endowment
  • Veterans Airlift Command
  • St. Charles Preparatory School Endowment
  • Star Leasing, Inc.

Married to Marianne Fyda with four sons, Neil, Matt, Brian, and Mike

Jessie Donaldson (Presented by Coach Steve Addazio)

Jessie DonaldsonJessie lives in Ft. Collins with her husband and dogs and enjoys building, painting, paddle boarding and playing with her grandboys. She owns and operates Brand Spanking Used Thrift Store, a donation-based, boutique-style resale shop that she helped start eleven years ago. Jessie has served on the board of directors of Lubick Foundation for ten years as the treasurer. She also contributes creatively to the organization by decorating for events and enjoys volunteering her time to help with fundraising and event planning. Brand Spanking Used partners with Lubick Foundation by donating its proceeds to help local cancer survivors meet their basic needs.

Carina Martin (Presented by Coach Karl Dorrell)

Carina MartinCarina founded A Precious Child because she believes that every child deserves the opportunity to thrive, regardless of their parents' financial situation. As a mother, she understands the desire of every parent to provide their children with the tools and resources they need to succeed. However, she recognized the constraints that financial hardship put on a parent's ability to provide their child with all that's needed to flourish socially and academically. In 2008, she started A Precious Child out of my garage, where she provided basic essentials to 84 families.

In 2019, A Precious Child provided opportunities and resources to more than 48,000 disadvantaged and displaced children and an additional 5,000 adult caregivers. she has dedicated her life to ensuring all children in our community have access to the resources and opportunities they need to thrive. In A Precious Child's eight-county service area, there are more than 250,000 children living below the Self-Sufficiency Standard who do not have access to the basic essentials they need, such as clothing, toiletries, school supplies, educational supports and extracurricular activities. Each of our programs was developed in direct response to identified needs in the community, which often means supporting families facing abuse, neglect, economic hardship or other difficult life challenges on their paths to self-sufficiency.