Roger has been a leader in Cache Valley Real Estate for the last 25 years. He is the Associate broker, and Owner of Coldwell Banker Gold Key Realty. Roger lives in Hyde Park, with his wife Connie and they have three daughters. Roger was diagnosed with cancer in April 2010, after nine weeks of Chemo and a few surgeries Roger recovered from his illness. He is now in remission. Roger feels fortunate to have beaten this disease and wanted to give something back to the community. He decided to start the Cache Valley For Hope Cancer Foundation to help those in the valley that aren’t as fortunate as he.
Connie was born and raised in Cache Valley, she graduated from Utah State with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and Early Childhood development. She is the mother of three daughters and grandmother to two adorable grandsons. Connie is the wife of a cancer survivor and sister of a cancer survivor. Connie now knows from personal experience about the many different types of stress cancer can put on a family. If Cache Valley for Hope can help alleviate some of those stresses, through financial assistance, then this foundation will have accomplished a great and much appreciated thing. She’s grateful for the opportunity to try and help others, who are in the same position her family found itself in a year ago.
Brett graduated from University of Utah, with a Bachelors Degree in Economics. He brought his young family to the valley over 22 years ago to bring supplemental Cancer Insurance to businesses and citizens of Cache Valley. He has grown the largest AFLAC Agency in Utah and has helped hundreds of local families protect themselves from the financial strain of cancer. He is the owner of the Bullock Agency, and has recently added new lines of ancillary insurance that offer cash benefits for cancer and other debilitating illness or injuries. He has been humbled and honored to work with his clients, and has witnessed first hand, the devastating effects that cancer can have on a family and their finances. Brett is proud to volunteer for Cache Valley for Hope and wants to encourage all the citizens of Cache Valley to get involved!
Heidi graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelors Degree in Nursing. Heidi worked many years as a Surgical Intensive Care Nurse. After having two premature babies, Heidi saw the financial impact that a serious illness had on her family. Heidi joined her husband in the insurance industry in 1989 and has made it her goal to educate as many families as she can about adding the extra protection that supplemental insurance can bring to a family insurance portfolio. She is a co-owner of the Bullock Agency and is privileged to bring some peace of mind to her clients fighting the daily battles that a serious illness or injury can bring. Heidi is grateful to volunteer on the Cache Valley for Hope Board and being an advocate for those valley families battling cancer.
Shanae Welsh is an Escrow Officer for Pinnacle Title Company. She has been in Real Estate for 9 years and loves the Cache Valley area. Watching her own father and grandfather battle with cancer made her very aware of the crippling effects cancer can play in lives. Shanae has continually been involved in charity work and believes that the Cache Valley for Hope Cancer Foundation can help change many lives.
Torie is an account executive at the Duo Group. She is a recent graduate from Utah State University in Public Relations and Marketing. After her father’s cancer diagnosis she has wanted to become more involved in helping others. Cache Valley for Hope is a great opportunity to give back to those who helped her family in their time of need.
Mallory graduated from Utah State University in Finance and Economics. She is currently a stay at home mom to her two sons. She is excited to be a part of Cache Valley for Hope Cancer Foundation because she has seen first hand the hardships of cancer and wants to do whatever she can to offer hope to those affected by this disease.
Charles was born and raised in Cache Valley and graduated from Utah State University. He received his Juris Doctorate from Southern Methodist University. Charles opened up his law practice in Logan in 2004. Charles has family members that are both victims and survivors or cancer. He has devoted time and money in other organizations to help beat this disease. Charles appreciates and believes in what Cache Valley for Hope is trying to accomplish.
I am a Cache Valley Native. I attended Logan City Schools and Utah State University. After college I moved to Santa Rosa, California where I was a Assistant Golf Professional at Oakmont Golf Club. I lived in California for 8 years. I moved back to Logan in the spring of 1993 and accepted the job as Head Golf Professional at Logan River Golf Course and have been there ever since. I have several close family members who are survivors of this terrible disease(two nieces and my father) and one close childhood friend who lost his battle with cancer. Cache Valley for Hope is a great avenue to give something back to those in need.
Wendy Pearce is married to Mike Pearce and has lived in Nibley, Utah for 20 years. She is a mother to 7 and grandmother to 18. She retired from Utah State University Department of Information Technology in 2014. She is a breast cancer survivor, her oldest daughter is a breast cancer survivor and her youngest daughter lost her husband to melanoma cancer. She has experienced cancer and watched her children experience the ugly disease of cancer. The Cache Valley For Hope Foundation was there for her family offering financial help, encouragement and caring. She is more than pleased to be associated with this organization and be a part of the support and assistance it gives to Cache valley families who are in the very throws of their own battle.
Margaret Gittins in a Cache Valley native. She grew up on an Apple Farm in Avon, Utah. As a child, she traveled the states performing as a concert pianist. Margaret is the current owner of an Event Planning business (Bread and Butter Events). Margaret has enjoyed dedicating time and talent in various local and state wide charity events and fundraisers. Being a Cache Valley resident, she thrives on supporting local and assisting those in need. She believes that Cache Valley for Hope Foundation provides amazing benefits to support local. Margaret is excited to help our community understand how to become more involved in assisting those in need.