Gerald Vidmar

Gerald is Owner and President of Custom Integrated Designs, a remodeling company. Over his forty plus years in the carpentry and remodeling business Gerald has trained many young men and women that have gone on to have successful careers in the building industry many of which now own their own business. He is currently President of The Sandpiper Houseboat Corporation. He is also President and Construction Operations Manager of The Tiny Home Objective. Gerald has been married for 31 years and has two children and one grandchild.

Rebecca Vidmar

Becki’s working career has involved many different industries from Police Forensics to the Gaming Industry to Secretarial. Currently she is involved in the accounting business being Secretary/Bookkeeper for Custom Integrated Design, she is also Secretary/Treasurer of the Sandpiper Houseboat Corporation, and Cofounder/Director of the Tiny Home Objective. She is married to the love of her life, Jerry, and has two beautiful grown daughters and one amazing grandson.

Jim Morris

Jim is an Air Force Veteran and has degrees in Business and Photography. He is the Owner and President of Direct Marketing Designs an advertising agency. He has served as President and Treasurer of Rocky Mountain Direct Marketing Assoc., a 600 member trade organization.  He was named Marketer of the Year and his agency was named Agency of the Year.  Jim has served as President of the Arrival Center Hanger Assoc. and served as Treasurer of The Vintage Car Club.  He has volunteered with Boy Scouts of America and the Castle Rock Senior Center. He has been married 47 years and has one son and two grandchildren.

Cindy Morris

Cindy has accounting experience with The Department of Defense, Valley Country Club, The Denver Sporting Club and Direct Marketing Designs. She has owned and operated two small businesses Yesterday's Treasures and Distinctive Shopping Services. She has been a volunteer at the Red Cross, Chaparral High School and The Vintage Car Club serving as secretary. She has been married 47 years has one son and two grandchildren.

Barbara Davis

Barbara is a retired Intervention Specialist for the inner city Phoenix Public High School District for over 27 years. She has two masters, one in counseling and another in leadership from the University of Northern Arizona. Barb is a licensed associate counselor, a licensed teacher, a licensed mediator, and a licensed principal in the state of Arizona. She has worked for the Maricopa county based mental health agency Terros as a Crisis Mobil Specialist and has been a principal of a school-within-a-school called Project Connect. She also has been an interventionist for Native Americans in Omaha, Nebraska. Barbara specializes in grief and loss, parenting skills and family dynamics, community referrals, immigration issues, crisis de-escalation, support groups facilitation, homelessness, threat assessment, and cultural diversity. She currently is involved in Positive Pathways with the goals of strengthening communication resulting in less stress and healthier relationships. Barbara believes it is our duty as American citizens to right the wrongs our Vetrans are enduring. She has 11 grandchildren.