Most likely to come up with a new idea.
Most likely to have a detailed plan.
Most likely to try a new restaurant in the surrounding area.
Most likely to get lost on a hike.
Most likely to have coloring sheets on her.
Most likely to come up with a fun game or activity.
Most likely to be meeting someone new and introducing them to others.
Most likely to be seen walking around town with her dog.
Most likely to sign up for every personal and professional development course.
Most likely to miss the turn into The Family Place.
Most likely to be working on her Spanish.
Most likely to plant a garden.
Jason Trent is a local business owner with several insurance offices throughout Western NC. He’s happily married to his wife Kellie for over 22 years, and they are extremely proud of their three sons in college and their little girl. For the last two decades, Jason has been passionate about the well-being of young children. For as long as he can recall, he and his wife have served in their church’s children and youth programs, and they also served in the Boy Scouts of America program for a decade with their three sons. In 2015, he and his wife were called into the ministry of fostering children, and they have passionately served in this area ever since. Jason’s heart is now called to partner with others in the community who share in this passion to bring lasting solutions to the epidemic of trauma impacted children and families.
Susie Taylor was one of the first families to come to The Family Place over 20 years ago. She has helped The Family Place grow as a committed volunteer and board member. She and her husband, John, own the world's coolest toy store, O.P. Taylor's.