Sue Kincade Fay was born and raised in New Hampshire. Her father retired as a Captain in the Army and that is why she founded and became Director of the Freedom Drivers 4 Veterans. Her personal mission is to help any Veteran, through her board, that needs that hand up.
Sue was married to husband late husband Tom, she has a daughter Rebecca who is involved with FD4V, and a son who proudly owns a hunting lodge in Northern Maine. Sue is also blessed with four grandchildren and five greats, with one more on the way.
Her career was working with children of all ages.
Her beginning working with Veterans was with the Independence Fund as Director of Art. Sue believes that art is a pillar of strength and a big part of the healing process for our hero’s.
For the past 15 years Sue has directed and managed daily operations of the Bluffs Golf Course. She started raising funds for FD4V by directing golf tournaments at the Bluffs Golf Course. It has been said Sue is an angel to the Veterans.
Judy is an Indiana transplant to sunny Florida. After she and her husband retired they became snowbirds for several years but have been Florida residents for over 9 years. Judy is a retired meeting and event coordinator, this means she gets to do what she loved in her career but now doesn’t get paid to do it. What an easy way to give back to the Veterans. FD4V has successfully planned many years of fund raisers and golf tournaments to raise funds for our Veterans. Judy has enjoyed all the adventures that go with being an officer of the Freedom Drivers 4 Veterans.
Rebecca Fay is the daughter of Sue Fay, the Founder of Freedom Drivers 4 Veterans. Rebecca has been involved with helping Veterans for years. In 2016 she was the President of The Maine Homeless Veterans Alliance where she joined the Director, a Vietnam Veteran, in seeking out and assisting homeless Veterans living in the woods of Portland, Maine. Rebecca is passionate about helping Veterans through Art and is a strong believer in healing through Art. She has a B.A. in Studio Art and has completed half of her dual Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Art Therapy. She started a Program at the Portland Vet Center in Maine, where she held Art Classes for Veterans with the assistance of the in-house counselor. Rebecca has had a career as a Paralegal for twenty-five years and is now working in Construction Management. She has always been dedicated to helping out in the community, along with her two daughters and her mother Sue.
Carolyn was born in McConnelsville, Ohio. She is married, and a mother of three children. She worked as the Deputy Auditor of Morgan County Ohio for 16 years. She moved to Florida in 2005. Carolyn is a 75 year member of the American Legion Auxiliary, VFW Auxiliary,and a 59 year member of Valley Chapter OES, WOTM, and Eagles Auxiliary. Her father and uncle served in WWII. Her first husband served in the U S Army and passed away in 1983. Her present husband served in the U S Marine Corp.
Carolyn became an initial member of The Freedom Drivers in 2013 and is honored to serve with these ladies.
Jackie Bierman was born and raised in sunny south Florida before moving to Alaska in 2008. She enlisted in the Alaska Air National Guard, as a Personnel Specialist. Assigned to the 168th Air Refueling Wing at Eielson AFB, Jackie was fortunate to assist Airman and provide the counsel and resources they needed to help them achieve their long-term career goals. After transferring to the Florida Air National Guard, she joined the 202nd Red Horse Squadron at Camp Blanding before later completing her enlistment. She then went on to pursue her passion for the arts and earned an A.S. in Graphic Design and Marketing, now with 9+ years of professional experience. She is the mother of two beautiful children and strives to help the members of her community. As a veteran, Jackie joined FD4V in 2019 as a way to give back and support the mission to help other veterans in their time of need.
Brenda was born in Rumford, Maine. She was an Army brat for 18 years. Her father was a Master Sargent and she travelled all over the United States. Brenda’s son just retired after 24 years in the Army. Military has been a very large part of Brenda’s life. She married her husband Gary Stewart in 1972 and raised their two children, Monica and Jayson. She worked for years in the school district, catering, and a volunteer EMT on Standish rescue. She is a true advocate to helping our Veterans.