Jeanie Marten has been very involved in Sachse's community and the Sachse Chamber of Commerce. She has been married to David Marten, since 1996 and they have two very active teen boys, Ian and Sean. Together they involvedWe are very involved in scouts and the Sachse Chamber of Commerce.
Cullen King, aka Councilman King has been a Fallfest committee member for decades and brings his gift for logistics and planning to Fallfest. He is the proud father of 3, foster father of dozens and devoted husband to Donna. They have lived in Sachse since 2002 and he dedicates tons of time to the City of Sachse. His cool and thoughtful yet still fun loving demeanor balances out some of the other crazee personalities of the committee.
Parking, Transportation & Facilities Chair
Cyndi Mitchell is a doting mother to three children, married to Larry and has been an icon in Sachse for decades. She has been the crew presence on the stage for several years. She coordinates all of the entertainment then keeps that stage running the entire day. This isn’t an easy task with dignitaries, bands and games. She volunteers time not only with Fallfest but as the chair of Sachse Parks and Rec, serves in the Historical Society and Sachse Church (I’m sure we missed about 15 other organizations because this is one busy lady).
Ted and Shaunine Kinzer are the publicity piece to Fallfest. They are new, this year, to the committee and brought a whole new level of excitement, creativity and growth to this event. They are the proud parents of two and have one grand named Emmalyn. Ted is involved in the Sachse Chamber, Planning and Zoning, Historical Society, Rotary and tons more. Shaunine is all about the family and the brain behind www.SachseFallfest.com......the lady has got some mad skills!!
Teddy & Shaunine Kinzer
Beverly Womack is backed up by Calvin, her hubby, and is the caretaker of the food vendors. She is the queen of the flatbed and hauling ice, parking trailers and working permits. She is also one of the kindest and most faithful people you will ever meet. She is the mother to many and doesn’t know a stranger.
Amy Turner is the face of Advantage Storage in Sachse and our volunteer coordinator, aka cat hearder. She has worked for several years to organize the middle school, high school and adult volunteers that make this magic happen. She always has a smile on her face and is ready to roll up her sleeves.
Volunteer Coordination Chair
Marty Kogel is the chair of our vendors. This man has no fear of the phone and will dial it up to make it happen. He is an Edward Jones financial consultant and family man. He has grown this part of the festival with a smile on his face and a helping hand outstretched.
Barry Young is the chairman of the Sachse Chamber of Commerce and the brain behind this years Touch-a-Truck. He completely organized this part of the event while working to reboot and grow the chamber, spending time with Rotary and managing his normal job while being a wonderful, father, husband and grandfather. He is tireless and the epitome of grace under fire.