Brent Crane, a graduate of Brigham Young University, has served on many civic and community boards and committees, including the Provo/Orem Chamber of Commerce, Springville City Volunteer Commission and the Provo Downtown Alliance. Brent has served as the Executive Director of the Friends of the Coalition since 1993. His leadership and vision has directly led to the overall growth and success of the organization. His greatest satisfaction is knowing that individually and collectively, we can greatly improve the lives of those less fortunate. He and his wife Shellie reside in Mapleton with their 4 children.
Jay Steineckert has served on the Food & Care Coalition board since 2013. He is the Owner and Clinical Director for Cornerstone Family Counseling in Alpine, Utah. He has been practicing as an individual, marriage, and family therapist for 25 years. He received his BS from Brigham Young University and his masters degree from the University of Utah. He taught at Brigham Young University for ten years and worked at IHC as the Director of an inpatient unit. He enjoys writing and performing music, as well as writing and illustrating books for children. He enjoys traveling and is often engaged as a speaker in many different locations, such as Israel, Egypt, Alaska, Hawaii, or Italy.
Stephen Mayfield joined the board for the Food & Care Coalition in 2014. He is a a business, tax and estate planning attorney, whose practice includes corporate law, commercial transactions, taxation, asset protection and trust and probate administration. He received a BA from the University of Utah, a JD from Chicago-Kent College of Law (The Illinois Institute of Technology) and a LLM (Master of Laws) in Taxation from Denver University. Stephen has been married to his wife Mati for 16 years and has three children.
Ricky Monroe is a Graduate of Utah State University with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting. He has been in the Banking industry since 1990 including 13 years with Bank of America, NA. Currently, Ricky is Senior Vice President and Senior Credit Officer for Rock Canyon Bank. In 2009, he graduated from the Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington and returned the following year as an Associate Director. He enjoys spending time with family, anything Disney, watching his daughters dance and son play basketball, and serving in his church and community. Ricky and his wife, Cheralyn, live in Spanish Fork and have 3 children.
Reva Cook grew up around the world as military brat, gaining an appreciation of all people and cultures. She graduated with a BA in psychology from Brigham Young University and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Utah. She has lived in Utah Country since college and remembers volunteering at the Food and Care as a BYU student long, long ago. She works for Intermountain Health Care as an Emergency Department Care Manager and Crisis Worker. She is an adviser for Lehi High School’s Hope Squad. She has a special interest and expertise in suicide prevention, mental illness, poverty and homelessness. She lives with her husband Clint, and their 4 teenagers in American Fork.
Ryan Tuttle is an agency owner for Farm Bureau Financial Services. He has served on the Food and Care Coalition board since 2013. He received his Bachelors Degree in Organizational Communications from the University of Utah. When asked about his service on the board of Food and Care he said, “I love that we can put our arm around the shoulder of another person and give them hope. We can lift their vision higher and give them courage to face challenges of the day.” He is happily married to his best friend and has two beautiful daughters and two beautiful sons.
Kenneth Roberts has been with Title West Title Company for 12 years as the director of business development. Kenneth completed his undergraduate work at BYU and was able to play basketball there. After BYU, he played in the European leagues for 7 years before returning to Utah. Kenneth completed a Masters in Sport and Performance Psychology with the intention of helping athletes and families navigate the athletic world. Kenneth has been on the board since 2011. Kenneth said, “serving on the board has opened my eyes to the needs of our community, but, just as important, it has shown me there are a great number of caring and thoughtful individuals in our communities who are willing to reach out and make a difference in the lives of those around them.”
Tracy Church received a Psychology degree in 2014 while raising her four children. She says, “I am passionate about mental health and some of our clients at the Food and Care have mental illness. This is a growing problem in our community and in the world today. I feel blessed to be able to spend time and help in some small way.” Tracy and her husband acquired an outdoor therapeutic program for youth and young adults in 2009. She spent many years interested in the Psychology aspect of this industry while they built their company. Regarding the Food and Care Coalition, she says, “I have been impressed with how many desire to serve and help. I feel like we live in a self-aware community that desires to help. I look forward to finding those that would like to serve in some capacity.”