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An accomplished children’s book author and illustrator, Kyle started Punkindooger Publishing to provide literature to children that focuses on important people, events, and industries in our world. He also made giving back a core value at Punkindooger, and as part of its Give to Grow mission, a portion of the proceeds of every single item sold through Punkindooger benefits a related charitable organization. He, his wife Cye, daughter Davis, and son Conrad live in Fort Worth, TX and are proud to actively serve their community, state, and country through many organizations, including several Lay Leadership capacities at the First United Methodist Church of Fort Worth and as Executive Director of the non-profit Kindness Duck Project.
CW4 (R) Gregory Coker served 22 years in the U.S. Army. After being specially recruited, assessed, and selected, he spent 15 years as an AH-6 “Little Bird” attack helicopter instructor pilot in the Army’s only Special Operations Helicopter unit, the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment. He was one of the senior Lead Instructor Pilots responsible for planning and executing special operations missions in support of our nation’s most elite special operations units. He achieved 7,400 hours of accident-free flying, over 6,200 hours of night vision goggles, and 1,500 hours of combat time. Additionally, Coker supervised and directed teams of up to 300 soldiers in the planning and execution of numerous complex combat operations at the Joint Task Force level. He was responsible for leading and planning scores of real world combat missions with significant tactical, operational, and strategic value during Operation Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom with 100% success in support of the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) during his 11 combat tours from 2001-2008.
“Gravy” and his wife Edie, live in Graham and are very active in the community. He is a recently-published author and owns Shield 91, where he provides all aspects of firearms training, leadership development, executive team building, emergency response operations, security assessments, tactical planning, and helicopter operations. He developed a school safety and security program - “Not on My Watch” - that has been implemented in Texas and other states.
Dancey’s values, established in childhood, have proven the foundation on which she lives her life. She believes in kindness and loyalty, goodness and trust, improving situations when possible, and leaving people and places better than she finds them. Education and faith are vital and guide her direction and decisions. It is important to Dancey that her children understand and appreciate the privileges and responsibilities of living in these great United States. Every opportunity that presents itself can be a teachable moment, and Dancey is dedicated to recognizing those moments for her two daughters, True (8) and Haven (5). Dancey and her husband, Chet, are raising their family in an agricultural environment in Texas where they raise cattle, operate grain elevators, contribute to their community, and enjoy a blessed life.