Amy Proctor, Executive Director
“I have been at Trinity for twelve years and love being a part of this team. I graduated from Western Illinois University and moved to Seaford, where I reside with my husband and two sons. For as long as I can remember I have been involved in various community service projects. Since joining Trinity, I have enjoyed being involved in the Big Pink Volleyball Tournament, Christmas Families, Putt Fore Life tournament, Relay for Life, serving food at Delaware Teen Challenge, and Thanksgiving for All. I’m excited to continue serving on the Foundation board and am looking forward to making an impact in our community!”
Amanda Lloyd, Director
“In my previous career I had the privilege of running our Community service program and working with many amazing groups. It was very important to me when I changed careers to find a company who was active in the community and I have found that and more! I love being a part of our community and teaching my children the importance of volunteering as well. I am the Co-Chair of Nanticoke Riverfest and serve on the board for the Junior and Senior League Softball World Series which keeps my summer pretty busy. Since starting at Trinity I have been involved in Big Pink Volleyball, our Golf Tournament, and Christmas Families. I am grateful to be a part of this amazing Foundation and look forward to being apart of many great events!”
Brad Lord, Assistant Director
“I have been at Trinity for 3 years but a part of the community for much longer. Born and raised in Federalsburg, MD and currently residing Bridgeville, DE I understand the importance of helping Sussex County and surrounding areas. Since being a part of the team I have volunteered and had the opportunity to help plan Foundation events that directly impact our community. As Assistant Director, I am excited to continue on my path with the Trinity Foundation and continue making the biggest impact we can!”
Chris Parker, Treasurer
“I graduated from Salisbury State and reside in Seaford with my wife and 3 children, two of which are twins! Music is a huge part of my life, I play Bass in our Trinity Uplift Band and for The Delmarva Ramblers. Since joining Trinity I have chaired Touch-A-Truck which raised money for the local fire department and have worked Big Pink Volleyball for the past 3 years. I am very excited to be a part of the Trinity Board and look forward to participating in many more events.”
Amy Herr, Secretary
“I have always been passionate about giving back to the community and serving my internal team members as well. I truly enjoy the fellowship, planning, and collaboration of the Board and actively participating in all the ways Trinity gives back to the community.
There is no greater feeling than volunteering your time to a cause you are passionate about. I believe we were all born with a purpose, and I want to make a positive impact in the lives of others. The Trinity Foundation provides a venue for us to change lives, including our own. I believe in Servant Leadership and not living a life that is self-centered. By being an active member of the Board, I have become even more involved with the community and play an active role in the decision making concerning where our focus should be.”
Brittany Siegel, Auditor
“I’ve been a member of Team Trinity since July 2016, when I became a Marketing Communications Specialist. Before that, I worked in local television both in front of the camera and behind the camera, which really helped build my passion for serving Delmarva. I’ve always had a passion for serving the community. Between organizing and participating in community service events through my sorority at Salisbury University Alpha Sigma Tau, and serving through my church, I knew I wanted to continue serving as a member of the Trinity Foundation Board. I love seeing people have fun at the Trinity Foundation’s events, but more importantly I love seeing the impact the hours of volunteering and donations have on the groups we support.”
Amanda Ashford, Texas RSC Representative
“I was born in Texas, but raised in the nomadic lifestyle that any military child would understand. I have a degree in photography, but I took a detour when a couple friends in logistics showed me how they were using the industry to serve. I’ve now managed to create some roots in Dallas, and part of that includes is due to joining the Trinity Logistics family in 2012.
One thing I’ve learned along my journey is that a community is not something that’s handed to us. It requires connections with others and an effort on our part to get involved. No matter where you are, there is a need you can fill. My main focus is a homeless ministry called SEALs, but I also participate in special projects that provide support for our soldiers and the physical needs of those in my local community. I’m grateful to be a part of the Trinity Foundation and look forward to continually finding new ways to serve.”
Gail Lemburg, Kansas City RSC Representative
I’ve been with Trinity for 18 months. One of the things that enticed me to join Trinity was the determination to give back to the community. My degree from Central MO State is in Special Education. After teaching for a few years I worked at a dental supply company then the last 20+ years I have been in the transportation world. My husband, Dean and I have 2 cats and a fish. Last year we decided to adopt two puppies. In some ways we are empty nesters and in other ways we have a full house. KC Pet Project and Friends of Parkville Animal Shelter (Fopas) are among our favorite charities.