Tracy Clark has gone over and above this past few years by taking photos for the sports teams at Fort Recovery and any other events she is at.. She is always the first person to make treats for the teams when she does not even have a kid participating. She is always there to encourage any one that needs it. All you have to do is ask for help and she is always the first one there to lend a helping hand. She is a huge asset in the Fort Recovery community. She has coached soccer, helps with swim, and helped with advertising for the Jubilee. And those are only the things that I know she has done. Tracy we can not say Thanks enough for all the time you have put into everything that you do for the community. Like I said she is one person that has gone over and above her call of duty. 10/20/14
Awarded By: Amy Wendel 08/21/14
Dan and Theresa would give anyone the shirt off their backs. As a matter of fact, I’ve seen both of them give of themselves (and of their checkbook) again and again asking nothing in return. Just in the past year, they both served as chair people of the local Mud Run raising thousands of dollars for the Mercer County Cancer Association and the Fort Recovery Jubilee raising thousands for Fort Recovery.
Presently, they are the parents of two young foster kids adding to their family of three kids of their own. They are in the process of adopting the two children never blinking an eye to the adjustment their family has had to make since getting the kids on Christmas Eve, 2013.
I have actually had to keep certain community needs from their knowledge knowing that if they found out, they’d write a check immediately. In this day and age, it’s pretty rare to witness such philanthropy from a young couple. I am proud to say I’m their sister and want to be a better person witnessing their giving attitude.