Born and raised in Eastern Washington, Kerry Logan grew up with a strong appreciation for fires and those that beat them back. Her Grandfather, a farmer and rancher, was a volunteer firefighter. Her fiance worked for 14 years in emergency response as a medic and firefighter. She and her Dad implement plans for fire and flash flood prevention on their 17 acres. The county she calls home has burned significantly several times in her lifetime and she still has no idea how to get her Great Grandma’s piano out of the house if the time comes. Growing up on the farm, as a biologist, working on board commercial crab boats, raising her two kids, and growing the farm back up, she understands just how fragile yet resilient life is. Life is great, if you live it.
Scott’s been involved in some form of public service most all his life, from Boy Scouts to service in many non-profit organizations. Married for over a quarter of a century, father of five great children and developer of this project. He’s been a missionary, chaplain, police officer and firefighter for half his life and this organization is just a continuation of that drive to help.