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 her late husband Tom, 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.
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.
Brenda was born in Rumford, Maine. She was an Army brat for 18 years. Her father was a Master Sergeant 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.