Margie Ann Tucker
Margie Ann is a CNA & is the Walk-In Clinic nurse at Family Practice Associates. She has worked in the medical field for 25 years to include ophthalmology and pediatrics. Someday she hopes to trun (trot/run) in the Great Wall Marathon in China. Margie Ann is a mother to her nineteen-year-old son Garrison who just finished his freshman year at MSU. As a fun and outgoing person, Margie Ann enjoys CrossFit, game night with friends, two steppin’, waltzing and any type of dance that is “couple-ly.” Recently when she turned fifty, Margie Ann decided to commemorate the occasion by having a “50” shaved into the undercut of her hair and has enjoyed doing various other designs since. Margie Ann is known for her optimistic & encouraging attitude...to which she would say ‘Yay God!!!’
Margie volunteers in numerous capacities at Colonial Church from facilitating the Singles Group, helping in the children’s building, greeting and her biggest heart smile is being the girls youth leader for the past 6 years. She also enjoys serving meals at Faith Mission & helping with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity & Christmas in Action. Supporting local businesses/shopping local is a priority to her.
Why say yes to DFTS?“It’s a fun way to raise money for two great causes! And because my brother-in-law was a Big Brother in the metroplex for many years. This is an opportunity to give back in his honor. "
Retired Sergeant First Class Ronald Moses is from Vernon and is a proud veteran of the US Army after serving twenty years. He enlisted at seventeen and started his career in Fort Hood, TX. He is an instructor of country/western dance as he teaches line and couple dancing (two-step, waltz, shuffle, cha-cha, swing, etc) to groups and private parties. Ron is a reserve teacher for WFISD. He’s committed to making the community a better place as he’s involved with numerous organizations including Habitat for Humanity, Rainbow House, Work Services Corp, and Whispers of Hope.
Why say yes to DFTS?"I love to dance and have fun! It’s exciting to teach people to relax, enjoy, and have fun learning to dance."