Officers and Board Members
Mark Sage, President
Mark is Senior Managing Director of Wyndham Capital Group, LLC, Tampa, Florida. Wyndham Capital is a Middle Market M&A Consulting Firm. Mark has served on non-profit boards including The Humane Society of Pinellas County and The Second Harvest Food Bank.
Cathy Sage, Vice President
Cathy is President of Robert Sage Careers, LLC, an Executive Search Firm, specializing in the HUD Code and Modular Structures Industry. The firm has been in operation since 1969. Cathy has served on the non-profit boards including the Second Harvest Food Bank and Project Home-Again.
Damian Sage, Spokesperson, Bicycle Test Rider and Honorary Board Member
Damian is 7 years old and is a 1st grader at Webster Elementry School in Plymouth. He has proudly earned his Purple Belt in TaeKwonDo from Integrity Academy of Martial Arts in Plymouth and wants to be the first 10th Degree Black Belt (currently, 9th degree is the highest rank in TaeKwonDo).
Chip Dean, Board Member
Chip is the owner of Integrety Academy of Martial Arts and Dean's Auto Detail in Plymouth, IN. Chip has been on numerious local boards and is currently on the board of The Caring Coilition of Marshall County.
Joe Barnes, Board Member
After 30 years with GMAC, Joe got a chance to fulfill one of his bucket lists. His passion, bicycles, allowed him to purchase the only remaining Bike Shop in Marshall County, RideonBikes and Rentals. He sold, rented and repaired bicycles and served many of the leaders of the county. His skills as a bicycle mechanic was honed and there were very few repairs that befuddled him. He taught several people how to complete repairs, change a flat tire and properly care for their bicycle.
Danial Brashere-Atkinson, Board Member
Danial is an avid bicycle rider and race competitor. He is a SSG Retired, US Army.
Norma Brashere-Atkinson, Board Member
Norma is a Certified Cycling Instructor and works for Lifeplex in Plymouth, Indiana.
David Abair - Board Member
Dave retired after spending 40 years in robotics and high speed automation. He is an active member of Hoosier Old Wheels. Other interests include spending time with family and especially his three grandchildren, woodworking, traveling and attending local car shows and cruise in's.
Mirna Dault - Board Member
Mirna retired Dec 31, 2020 after enjoying a 47-year career in computers. She has attended Blissville Church of the Brethren for more than 20 years and has served in Missions, Evangelism, Sunday school, Security, Deacons and Good News Club. She has served on the boards of other non-profits such as Northern Indiana Quail Unlimited, and the Christian Community Pantry, Inc in Walkerton. Mirna has worked on securing grants to cover operating expenses for Heminger House, a Domestic Violence Shelter and Turkey Tracks, guided turkey hunting for terminal or handicapped hunters. She also enjoys gardening, sewing and leisure travel with husband of 38 years, Mike.