If you are interested in the Heart of a Hero program for 2009, please contact Michelle Peacock at firstname.lastname@example.org
Time for our fun answers from our January Volunteers of the Month!
Shay Sides with her family
Amy Hegi with her family
Wife and Mom
Escrow Assistant/Marketing – Republic Title
Wife and Mom
Chauffeur, personal assistant, waitress, maid, short order cook, CFO, CEO…
How did you get involved with HFC?
I work with Andrew Scott at Republic Title so I followed sweet Allie’s life and soon met Jenny and Larissa. My initial involvement with HFC was chairing Underwriting for the first Heroes and Handbags brunch.
Amy: I attended one of the first HFC meetings at Cameron Smith's house (HFC board member) and was hooked. I had to be involved! I have had a passion for this organization since I was introduced to Jenny and Larissa.
Do you have any kids and/or pets?
Jack – 10
Mary Claire – 8
Shelby – 3
Amy:Kate – 8 years
Mary Allison – 5 years
Lila Grace – 6 moths
Baker – puppy
From looking at you, no one would guess that…..
I would love to be a doctor!
Amy:My husband and I just spent our 20th Christmas together.
Favorite place to eat:
What’s on your book shelf?
The Power of a Praying Parent and Wife
The Mitford Series
The Bible, Healthy Sleep Habits (it’s not working!), Twilight
What’s in your iPod/CD changer?
a little bit of everything… Sugarland, Taylor Swift, Neil Diamond, Beyonce, Elton John, Cold Play, George Strait, Caedmon’s Call, Jon Abel, Highschool Musical…
Who’s your hero?
My grandmother, Gene Evans, who is the unsung hero of our family. She is a faithful servant of the Lord, a wonderful wife, raised 3 amazing sons and is a precious grandmother – a true role model for me.
My grandmother, Rosemary Long. She was a woman before her time! She gave 100% to everything she did and made you feel like the most important and loved person in the world. She made everyone feel that way. She knew what it meant to love and serve God above all others. She was one of the first women in Texas to get her masters degree and devoted over 50 years of her life to teaching 3rd grade. She was an absolutely amazing woman!