Kelly Moorman Coggins
Kelly Moorman Coggins was sitting in church during the summer of 2014 when the message, “Hart Felt Ministries” started blinking in her head like a huge neon sign. She knew God was calling her and she began volunteering with Hart Felt. Kelly was elected to the BOD becoming the Fundraising Chair and in March, 2015, Kelly accepted the position of Executive Director. Kelly has over 25 years experience as a financial analyst and project manager, working for several Fortune 500 companies in Phoenix, San Diego, Washington, DC, and New York City. She volunteered with the American Cancer Society where she was the Operations Chair and at Wounded Warrior Project where she worked in the Fundraising Department, prior to joining HFM. After years of moving, Kelly now resides in Ponte Vedra Beach with her husband, Bill and four-legged family members Buddy the Wonder Dog and Whitney. Kelly and Bill attend Chet’s Creek Church.
Jim is the chair of the board. Prior to moving to Jacksonville in 2000, he worked for the multinational pharmaceutical company, Eli Lilly, for 34 years in positions of drug development, human resources, and manufacturing management. Jim is currently a volunteer “storyteller” at TPC Sawgrass. He and his wife, Patty, attend Community Presbyterian Church.
Bob was born and raised in Jacksonville and has been involved with various non-profit organizations over the last 20 years. Bob has served at Hart Felt since 2012. Bob works in the financial services industry and owns his own faith-based financial planning firm. Bob has been married to his best friend, April, since 2003, and resides in Mandarin with their four daughters. The couple is active in the local homeschooling community and their church.
Nathan Hayes is a Jacksonville native. A graduate of University of North Florida, Nathan holds a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction Management. He is Executive Vice President of Marand Builders, Inc., which is a commercial contracting company that specializes in critical facility and financial institutional fast track projects throughout the region. Nathan is a covenant member of the Church of Eleven22. He and his wife Jessica are blessed with two beautiful children.
Doug is the previous chair of the Hart Felt board. He currently serves as a wheelchair ramp building team, does home assessments, and he and his wife serve a Hart Felt client. Doug spent 26 years as a Special Agent with the United States Secret Service. He was assigned to the protective detail of President Gerald R. Ford and served at Secret Service headquarters. He has two grown children who also live in the Jacksonville area. He attends Beach Church.
Stephanie has been a manager in the tax department at Fidelity National Financial, Inc. for 20 years and was recently tasked with leading the Corporate Income Tax Group. Stephanie’s heart for seniors was passed down to her from her father, who, as a singer, entertained in nursing homes for many years. She and her husband Greg are members of Ponte Vedra Presbyterian Church where she is active in the worship team, Women’s ministry and as a nursery volunteer. They have 4 children – 3 are currently students at UNF and the youngest is in middle school.
Peggy is a member of Beach Church where she is commissioned as a Stephen Minister. Originally from New Mexico, Peggy relocated to Jacksonville in 1999 with CSX. After a 26-year career in transportation, Peggy created her business, Polished Properties, which provides model home maintenance services for home builders. Peggy lives in Atlantic Beach with her two West Highland Terriers.
Kim, a Notre Dame graduate, moved to Jacksonville in June of 2016 from Indianapolis. Kim is a Vice President at Acosta Sales and Marketing. She currently resides in the Riverside area of Jacksonville, and enjoys spending time with friends and family, cooking, watching golf, and cheering on the Irish and Colts during football season. Kim is also pursuing a master’s degree. She is also the fundraising chair of the annual Hart Felt gala.
Zach Andry was born in San Antonio, TX but has called Jacksonville, FL home for the last 35 years. Zach has been married for 12 years to his amazing wife, Stephanie, and have been blessed with three children. He is a graduate of the University of North Florida Construction Management program, and had held his Certified General Contractors license for the past 15 years. Zach currently works at Summit Contracting Group Inc., as a Division Manager, which focuses on multi-family wood frame construction throughout the southeast US. He attends the Church of Eleven22.
Debbie Stambaugh is a Jacksonville native. She has an Associate of Science Degree in Business. Debbie retired after 26 years with Verizon Business where she supported large commercial customers. She and her husband, Don are members of Emmaus Church of Jacksonville. They have two sons, a daughter-in-law and one grandson. Debbie’s passion for the elderly began when she was 9 years old. She loved spending time with her great grandfather who was in his 90s. She and Don joined Hart Felt as volunteers in 2009 and currently serve two wonderful clients. Debbie is a victorious cancer survivor and volunteers with American Cancer Society, “Reach to Recovery” program.
Jane Hart was raised in Southern Illinois where she attended a one-room grade school and a tiny country church where she led the singing and was taught to love Jesus. But her work life took her to St. Louis, Kansas City, and Atlanta, where she lived when her mother and husband both died within a few months of each other in 1990. Rather than define the “end” of her life, their deaths drew her closer to the Lord and the verse of scripture that would eventually transform her – Jeremiah 29:11. After “running” from God’s “plan” for 10 years, Jane made a first-time, one-day business trip to Jacksonville and, feeling God’s work awaited her there, requested and received a job transfer. Over the next 2 years, the Holy Spirit led her to volunteer with Stephen Ministry, Hospice, and Grief Recovery as God continued to shape her for her “mission” which remained unclear. Late one night she asked, “If I don’t have the faith to do this, will you forgive me?”, His answer was “Of course I’ll forgive you, but you’ll miss the victory”. She had “run” fearing God would require more than she could give, but now fully understood that He had pursued her to give her the promise of Jeremiah 29:11 – a purpose and a hope! Immediately upon her surrender to do whatever He wanted her to do, God revealed the mission — to start an organization of volunteers who would provide love and practical services, at no charge, enabling frail seniors to retain their independence. The next morning, she stood in her dining room knowing He was calling her to full-time service and that it would mean selling her Ponte Vedra home and leaving her job with ConAgra. Through miraculous events, within 2 days her home became a parsonage for Ponte Vedra UMC, she moved into a rental home awaiting God’s direction for where to live, and 7 months later ConAgra closed down their Jacksonville operation asking her to transfer to Tampa or Charlotte. That pivotal day she made the final surrender of her job and immediately was led to the home God had chosen for her. Over the life of Hart Felt Ministries to date, Jane has watched God perform miracle after miracle in her life and in the lives of its volunteers and clients. She is a living witness to what God can do with one surrendered life.
Kristi Taylor joined Hart Felt Ministries in June 2016 as Volunteer Manager. She has worked with non-profit organizations in Jacksonville for nearly 15 years. Kristi works at Hart Felt part-time, devoting the rest of her time to raising her family.
Julie and her husband, Ron, relocated to Jacksonville from Champaign, IL, in 2013, so that Julie could join HFM to assist her sister, Jane, who was then the Executive Director. Julie worked over 25 years in public education as an educator at both the elementary and university levels. In 2010, Julie felt a call to leave the education profession and return to school to earn a Master’s degree in Social Work. She has since worked as a Clinical Counselor and is now usually the first voice clients hear when they call for help from HFM. Julie and Ron have four grown children who live in California and Illinois. Ron is a very active volunteer with HFM, and the couple feels very blessed to be able to serve others and have an opportunity to spend a great deal of time enjoying nature and walking the beaches of Florida.