Doug is a retired business executive, who spent over 40 years in the field of Distribution, Logistics and Customer Service. He also served in the US Army between 1966 – 1968 and completed a tour of duty as a Medic in Vietnam. He attended Arlington State College, now know as The University of Texas at Arlington. His business career led him and his family to many parts of the country with the last 26 years spent in Chicago, IL.
After his retirement he and his wife of 46 years, Debby, decided to come home to Texas. They recently relocated to Frisco to be closer to the youngest of their three daughters. They have five grandchildren (one grandson and 4 granddaughters) ranging in ages from 18 to 2, with the grandson being the oldest. Doug enjoys do-it-yourself projects, yard work and looks forward to a long healthy retirement.
Scott holds a Masters Degree in Public Affairs from the University of Oregon. He has 27 years of experience working for a large international company in sales and sales management. Scott has lived in California, Oregon and has recently moved from Colorado to Frisco, Texas.
He currently is on the board of directors of the Frisco Farmers Market and is a member of the Frisco Noon Lions Club.
His interests include food, family, serving others, and when time allows an occasional golf game.
Martha has had a passion for food forever. One of her first great ventures was attempting Baked Alaska at the age of 10. There was just one little problem. She didn't read the directions that said the ice cream should be left in the freezer until time to assemble. As a result, the family had Baked Alaska soup and enjoyed it thoroughly. Later, she was asked to make cheesecake for a restaurant in Bend, Oregon which was billed as Aunt Martha's cheesecake. And so it goes...on and on.
Martha is fascinated with the look, the texture, the smell the taste and the conviviality of great food. Her greatest pleasure is to create something for an appreciative gathering and to watch their faces as they sample the treat.