As essential to doing business in a community is giving back to it. Each of our principals and their families contribute countless volunteer hours to work with service organizations, with youth, with their respective church affiliations and to assist those in need.
Sonny and his wife, Ann, have been involved in the YWCA, YMCA, El Paso Symphony Orchestra Association, National Conference and Junior League of El Paso. Sonny's involvement and assignments with the Rotary Club have taken them to 34 countries as an International Director, Foundation Trustee and spokesman for the worldwide organization. Ann’s efforts have included raising funds and support for the construction of the largest Equestrian Statue in the world located at the El Paso International Airport. Sonny’s continuing involvement is in youth and adult leadership training programs sponsored by the Rotary Club.
Since 1987, Adin and Christi have had a long term involvement and leadership roles with Bible Study Fellowship International (BSF) here in El Paso, and since 2003 the two of them have been very active members of the Coronado Baptist Church Missions, Youth, Discipleship and real estate Committee’s, respectively. In August 2013, Christi founded the Mustard Seed Café whose mission is “Loving the people of the Rio Grande neighborhood in the name of Jesus Christ through the transforming power of the gospel, friendship, and good food” (www.mustardseedcafe.org) and Adin serves on their Advisory Board. Additionally, their support for youth in our community, includes their leadership involvement with USA Volleyball (APAC Volleyball Club), USTA Tennis, USS Swimming (El Paso Aqua Posse) and past/present support of the Coronado High School orchestra, tennis, swimming and volleyball programs. Adin and Christi are also active supporters of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Young Life programs and feel very blessed to be a part of El Paso’s ever growing Metroplex area.
Will and Katherine’s community efforts have included work with the Sunrise Rotary Club,
The Sunturians Organization and the St. Clements Episcopal Parish School and Church. They have been heavily involved in service on the school Board of Trustees and Parent Council, coaching girls basketball teams and helping to develop a new school web site (www.stclements.org ). Both have served as leaders of numerous youth outdoor education trips with the school. All members of their family have gone across to the border to Juarez, Mexico were they have worked with Casas por Cristo to help to build homes for families and to build a playground at an orphanage.