Previously, he owned and operated this same company he now works for as he and his prior partner sold their company (Stark Technical Group) in 2009. He is a deacon at church, and has volunteered with several organizations, including Boy Scouts (Trained Leader), WatchDogs (PISD), as well as Youth Athletics coaching. He has served on other local and regional boards and committees, his experience with the NACCB (now TechServe), Homeowners Associations, Booster Clubs, and the MTBC will add to his service as a new board member for PCT.
She became involved at FVYT when, after her daughter Sophie’s first show, Sophie said, “When I’m at theatre, I feel like I am home.” Trysh truly loves FVYT, and the difference it makes in the lives of so many children and families. She loves that her whole family can be a part of theatre productions through volunteering. The FVYT family is a HUGE part of heart heart and she is honored to serve.