Board and Staff
I am married and blessed with 5 grown children and 6 grandchildren. My husband and I have a construction company that serves Dallas and the surrounding area. I also work part-time as a realtor for John L. Scott. I have been involved with Titus 3 House for 7 years, starting with fundraising events. I am truly blessed to be able to serve our community by serving lost hurting women in our community, find new hope and vision after a life shattered by addictions, homelessness and abuse.
Vice Prseident & Secretary
Peggy is a longtime resident of Dallas. After 10 years in banking and a 30-year career in the wealth management industry, Peggy is now retired. She currently resides in her country home with husband Greg and their 2 dogs and 7 chickens.
Retired in 2013 after 23 years working for an agricultural and forestry advocacy group in Salem. Now working part-time as the administrative assistant at Polk Adolescent Day Treatment Center (PADTC) in Dallas. Former co-owner of a logging company based in Dallas. My personal interests include spending time with my family and friends, politics, photography and scrapbooking. I am married with 3 grown daughters and a step-daughter; 12 grandchildren and one angel grandson; 4 great-grands too! I became involved with Titus 3 after a family member who was incarcerated was released from custody and resided at Titus.
Owner of Liberty Concrete established in 2003 in Dallas, Oregon. In 2012 while working at a residential house in Dallas, I watched many women leave the house early in the morning and walk down the street. Many would leave with a smile on their face only to return with defeat on their face. After meeting PJ, who was the house director at that time, she shared that the house was transitional home for women coming out of addictions. She shared that the women left in the morning to try to find employment. That was why most of the women would come back with discouragement because they were unable to find a job. She mentioned that the house budget was always short and that she would go out every month to churches and other community organizations and businesses to help them. I knew at that moment I wanted to help. So, we put on our first Golf Tournament. That was in 2012. We have continued to do our annual Golf Tournament and with help from our friends and the businesses in our community, Titus 3 House is able to house those women in need. For that I am truly grateful and blessed to be a part of something so important.