Chuck Single served in the second world war, spent his career developing computer technology, gave generously to church and local communities, and—with his wife Gerry—raised a beautiful, growing family.
Calisa Tucker is a long-time Waldorf Education teacher and Washtenaw resident who has also taken her passion for human community and social justice to Nepal and beyond.
Roger Parker grew up on a farm at the corner of Geddes and Dixboro, now the location of the Parker Mill County Park. He attended the University of Michigan and eventually studied to be a minister, serving many communities as a pastor in the United Methodist Church.
Jackie Shock has owned her own school, volunteered hundred of hours to church and community, and headed up the Saint James Chicken Barbecue for a decade. Now retired, she wants to continue fostering a sense of belonging for everyone in the Saint James and Washtenaw communities.