The Hearts for Homes Team


Susan Frank

Founder and Executive Director

Shaun Mills

Office Adminstrator

Stacey Campbell

Resource Development Coordinator

Chuck Gregory, Joshua Riddle and Nick Snodgrass

Project Coordinators

Executive Board of Directors

Susan Frank

Founder and Executive Director

Susan is the founder and executive director of Hearts for Homes. As a step of obedience and faith, she left her position at Liberty Christian School in Argyle, TX, where she had been employed for many years. Susan has a servant’s heart and a love for home remodeling/repair. Those gifts and her love for people are vital to this ministry. Susan and her husband, Larry, have two adult children and five grandchildren. They attend Lifegate Church in Denton.

Don Armstrong

Don is an independent agronomic consultant in the golf course industry, holding a degree in agronomy from Virginia Tech. He served as golf course superintendent at Colonial Country Club in Ft. Worth, TX, and was a founding member of the Golf Resources Group, a golf course consulting firm, providing consulting services throughout the US, Japan and Scotland. Don is a blood cancer survivor, author of his story Finish Your Race, and an inspirational speaker sharing his revelations after his life-changing battle with leukemia. He is an outspoken advocate, former board chair, and member of the board of trustees for the North Texas Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Don loves the mission of Hearts for Homes and is excited to be part of the board. He has one son and is a member of Trinity Presbyterian Church of Flower Mound.

Jeff Bennett

Jeff and his wife, Denise, are the owners of Access Overhead Doors in Fort Worth and Denton. Access provides garage door services and repair needs to seniors through Hearts for Homes. One of Jeff’s favorite quotes is “We stand on the shoulders of those who came before us.” and our seniors are the example of those who came before us. Jeff and Denise have two children and attend Denton Bible Church. The Bennetts also own a women’s boutique called Third & Sage located on Elm Street in Denton, just north of the town square.

Andy Braack

Andy works for First United Bank in Denton, TX, as a community loan officer. He is a 1991 graduate of Texas Tech University with a bachelor’s of science in financial planning. He and his wife, Kimmie, have two children and attend First United Methodist of Denton.

Lisa Cave

Lisa and her husband, Mike, live in Corinth, TX. Lisa has been in the banking industry for over 30 years and currently serves as branch manger for PointBank in Denton. During her early years in banking, Lisa discovered her passion for volunteering in the community. She serves on committees for the local Chamber of Commerce, Habitat for Humanity and DFW Humane Society. In addition to serving on the Hearts for Homes board, Lisa serves on the board at the Fred Moore Day Care/High School, advisory board for Good Samaritan Lake Forest and is a service member for the Denton Rotary.

Janet Shelton

Janet Shelton, a CPA and native Dentonite, spent 22 years in public accounting before leaving to become the Controller of Southern Stretch Forming, Inc. and iTeach Texas, Inc. In addition to serving as treasurer on the Hearts for Homes board of directors, Janet also serves on the City of Denton Parks Board, the Denton Public School Foundation, and the Advisory board of Serve Denton. She has been actively involved in the community as a Girl Scout leader and on the boards of the Greater Denton Arts Council, the Denton Community Theatre, and has served on the Citizen’s Bond Committees for several DISD and city bond offerings. As can be expected, Janet often gets to be the treasurer and is involved in a variety of fundraising activities. Janet is a lifelong member of First United Methodist Church in Denton. She is supported in her endeavors by her husband, Dr. John Shelton, and their adult children, Emily, Paul and Charles. We are blessed to have this consummate volunteer on board with Hearts for Homes.

Ron Strelke

Ron is the owner of Force Home Services, one of our major partners for HVAC system repairs. He and his wife live in Argyle, TX.

Mike Vance

Mike began working for the Denton Area Teacher’s Credit Union (DATCU) in February 2013 after a 32-year teaching career. He worked for 27 years in the Denton ISD as a teacher, coach, assistant principal and principal. Mike, a long-time resident of the Denton community, opened his first account with the credit union in 1965. He has a bachelor’s degree in biology and master’s in public school administration from the University of North Texas. Mike and his wife, Ladine, have two adult sons. Weslee is the choir director at Cleburne High School and Nicholas is the choir director at Denton High School. He and his wife attend St. Paul Lutheran Church.

Brett Walford

Brett is currently serving as President of the Board at Hearts for Homes and is the President of Fisher59 Properties here in Denton.  He brings to Hearts for Homes 10 years of experience in the US armed forces as an officer in the Army National Guard as well as 30 years of engineering in industry with multiple companies.  Brett & his wife, Julie, moved to the Denton area in 1996 and currently live in Corinth, TX where they have been residents since 2007.  Brett also serves as the chairman of the board at Fisher59, a local Denton business and is active at St Marks Catholic Church in Argyle.  Hearts for Homes is a great local charity and Brett wants to help it thrive in our North Texas community.  Brett and Julie have four children and two grandchildren. Two of their children live in Denton, one lives in Nashville, and one attends Texas A&M University.

Sam Williamson

Sam is the Assistant Director of Assessment at the University of North Texas and lives in Denton, TX.

Advisory Board

Jennifer Balmos

Jennifer has been a practicing attorney for almost 16 years and counsels families with issues ranging from Medicaid eligibility to special needs planning to wills and powers of attorney. Serving the community has always been important to her and Jennifer has consistently volunteered in some capacity since high school.  She loves the Hearts for Homes mission to serve vulnerable members of this community and treat them with dignity and respect. Jennifer and her husband have two sons, and attend Rockpointe Church.

Mike Briscoe

Mike is the owner of Classic Roof Systems in Denton, TX, specializing in residential and business roof systems. As a lifelong resident of Denton, Mike was formerly a partner with his father, Jack, at Briscoe Tire. He founded Classic Roof Systems in 1993, and is thrilled to offer roofing assistance to those in need through Hearts for Homes. Because of his many contacts in the local community, Mike looks forward to getting others involved with our outreach. Mike is married to Sue and has two children. Mike attends Denton Bible Church.

Michael Cline

Michael is the owner and president of Superior Floors, LLC in Coppell, Texas. He founded Superior Floors, LLC, in 2000, with the vision to provide exceptional service with competitive pricing for the multi-family market. Michael and his wife, Audrey, have two sons. They had been praying for several months for God to present them with an opportunity for their business to be able to give back to the community, and then they received Susan’s initial letter about Hearts for Homes. They knew immediately that God had answered their prayers! Today, Michael is committed to providing the flooring needs for Hearts for Homes, in addition to soliciting contributions from various business owners in the multi-family market. Michael attends Fellowship Church in Grapevine.

Godwin Dixon

Godwin and his wife, Christa, are long-time residents of Double Oak, TX. They have two adult children, Sarah and Caleb. Godwin’s entire career has been in senior care. He was the CEO of Dallas-based Presbyterian Communities and Services for 17 years, founded Faith Hospice and was instrumental in establishing the T. Boone Pickens Hospice and Palliative Care Center in Dallas. Currently, he is managing partner of Teresa’s House Senior Care working to develop Argyle’s first senior care community, a premier assisted living center with both traditional, assisted living and memory care services. Godwin and his wife are members of Trinity Presbyterian Church of Flower Mound.

Butch Honse

Butch is the former owner and president of Metroplex Cabinets, Inc. in Corinth, which has been in business since 1973. He has been an active supporter of Hearts for Homes since its inception in 2006. When Butch’s wife, Yvonne, lost her mother, their hearts really understood the many challenges faced by the elderly. God put it on their hearts to commit themselves and their resources to furthering the mission of Hearts for Homes. Butch and Yvonne have two adult daughters and two grandchildren. They are members of Cross Timbers Church in Argyle where they are actively involved in the men’s and women’s ministries.

Betty Kimble

Betty is a life-long Dentonite and serves as director of the American Legion Senior Center in Denton. Because of this, she has her finger on the pulse of southeast Denton which is a valuable asset to Hearts for Homes as we work to identify needs of seniors in the area. Betty also serves on the board of directors for RSVP of Denton County and the Fred Moore Childcare Center. Betty is a member of Mount Pilgrim CME Church. She has two daughters (one deceased), two grandchildren, and three great grandchildren.

Bobbie Mitchell

Bobbie has a true servant’s heart which is apparent in her extensive resume. She has served as Denton County Commissioner since 2000. Prior to that she served as the Mayor of Lewisville, 1990-2000, and as a member of the Lewisville City Council. Since 1971, Bobbie has called Lewisville home. She is married to Fred, has two children, Darin and Rhonda, nine grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She has been a member of Love Chapel since 1959.

Jerry Morgan

Jerry is retired from a career in commercial construction management. He was born and raised in Denton, graduating from Denton High School and attending North Texas University. With almost fifty years of construction experience managing commercial projects across the U.S. and several years of residential experience, he spent the last 16 years working on many Habitat for Humanity houses. He has been an active volunteer for Habitat for over 12 years as well as Hearts for Homes, and has found many ways the two organizations can complement each other. He and his wife, Sue, moved back to Denton in 1999 and have two daughters, six grandchildren, and nine great grandchildren.

Don Pooley

Don is a retired regional director of Everware-CBDI, an information technology (IT) solutions firm. Don and his wife, Jeannine, moved to Denton, TX, in 2006 from Orlando, Florida. It was truly a divine appointment that brought Susan and Don together in 2005 at a café in Argyle, TX, after meeting on a cruise ship several years earlier. Don brings vast knowledge and experience to Hearts for Homes, as he helped start and served for a similar type of low-income senior home repair ministry in Orlando, FL, prior to his relocation. Don and Jeannine have three adult children and three grandchildren. They attend Argyle United Methodist Church.

Chris Watts

Chris served as Mayor for the City of Denton for 12 years, retiring from that role in Aug. 2020. He is a resident of Denton, an attorney and real estate developer.

Tim Williamson

Tim served as chairman of the Hearts for Homes board of directors until Dec. 2022. He is a Denton native and proud graduate of Newton Rayzor Elementary, Strickland Junior High and Denton High School. He graduated from Abilene Christian University with a degree in communications and later received a master’s degree from the University of North Texas in industrial arts. Tim is an active member at First United Methodist Church and has been heavily involved in various construction and home improvement ministries over the years, including two terms on the Habitat for Humanity board of directors. He joined the Hearts for Homes board because of his commitment to ensuring senior citizens of Denton County have safe, decent housing. Tim retired in 2015, after 22 years at Peterbilt Motors. Tim and his wife, Celia, have two adult children and one grandchild.

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