SARAH BALL, OTR, MIB is passionate about her work , not only working in hospital rehabilitation facilities, but also in her own private practice, developing community programs and supported living for persons with traumatic brain injuries of all ages. Sarah has volunteered with the Missouri Brain Injury Association to drive legislation and advocacy and conducting the pediatric support group. She has also served the St. Louis Archdiocese Council on Disabilities. Sarah has been involved with acute rehabilitation management, long term care administration, and directing therapy services operations within the St. Louis marketplace. Sarah is a CARF surveyor and is the Director of Accreditation Management, creating processes and preparation for quality accreditations in rehabilitation hospitals around the country toward becoming high reliability organizations. Sarah is thrilled to be part of the mission work of GHSP, fostering neighbors helping neighbors toward greater involvement within our own community.
BETH DANIELS makes it her personal mission to create opportunities for youth to experience the joys of service. She initiated the Appalachia Service Project Mission trip for the youth and adults of her church and has been coordinating an annual trip for the past 5 years. Beth assisted Darryl Stanfield in establishing Gateway Housing Service Project as a local outreach opportunity. Her goal is to create mission/service opportunities for area youth so they can experience the joys of service that will hopefully foster a servant heart and a lifelong commitment to service.
GRACE GREGORY is a first year at Elmhurst College in Northern Illinois studying Speech Language Pathology. At Elmhurst, she is involved in Habitat for Humanity, Best Buddies, Hall Counsel, and works as a job coach for students with disabilities. When she’s not at school, Grace resides in St. Louis, Missouri where she loves to play piano, volunteer, and hang out with family and friends. She is an Ambassador for Appalachia Service Project and volunteers with them every summer. Grace is ecstatic to be working with wonderful individuals on the GHSP team to make a difference in the world one person at a time.
JUDY LINDQUIST is a retired music teacher and freelance musician whose passion is helping others. Among the organizations she works with are Ready Readers, Bethesda Meadows Nursing Care, Sole to Soul Foundation, Our Lady’s Inn, and Forest Grove Cemetery Project. After participating in the Appalachia Service Project, Judy was excited at the prospect of working with other local ASP veterans in doing similar construction work in St. Louis. Judy loves to connect and work with all people. She and her husband live in Chesterfield and have two adult sons, both of whom are first responders.
STEVE MOORE is currently a construction superintendent for a large General Contractor in St. Louis and is nearing retirement. Wanting to stay active upon retiring and the desire to help people; he saw the opportunity to give back to the community using some of his carpenter craft skills and management experience. Steve was inspired by family and friends who volunteer for the Appalachia Service Project.
MAX SCOTT is a framing carpenter with a heart for giving back. He likes to share his time and knowledge to those who truly need a patch of good luck. Max’s passion for service was sparked after volunteering with Appalachia Service Project. He still can’t believe all this has lead him to be part of this awesome non-for-profit. You will see max on the jobsite with a smile on his face and sweat on his brow.
DARRYL STANFIELD enjoys the outdoors and time with family and friends. His inspiration for starting the Gateway Housing Service Project came from volunteering with the Appalachia Service Project. Joining with others to help those in the community around him has become a passion. He enjoys meeting new people and listening to the story of their journey. Darryl feels blessed to be working with a wonderful group of talented individuals.