Board of Directors
Dennis Cahlik is retired from Community Bank of Texas where he served as the Senior Vice President & Controller. He is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant and received an Accounting Degree from Oklahoma City University and an MBA from Lamar University. His Master’s thesis, Compensation Strategy and Financial Performance of Community Banks: An Exploratory Study, was published in the Journal of Business Strategies.
Dennis is a member of Church on the Rock North and plays guitar in the worship band. He enjoys camping, gardening, running, and golf.
Dennis is married to his wife Teresa and has three daughters and a grandson.
Santino (Sandy) Moschettieri is the Regional Vice President with Primerica financial services. Santino has been a RVP with Primerica since 2020 and part of the Primerica family since 2013. Primerica helps families with free financial plans to help them reach their financial goals. In the area of debt payoff, life insurance, investments, and mortgages. In the past 10 years, Santino has been able to help families pay off debt years sooner, make sure that they’re on track for retirement, and make sure they have the proper type of life insurance all through financial education. Prior to becoming part of the Primerica family Santino owned his own business which involved audio and video technology which he is still involved on a part-time basis. Santino is a member of the Rotary Club of Beaumont and is also on the board of directors for the Seafarers Center of Beaumont. Santino is an involved member of Cowboy Church on the Rock of Beaumont. He has been with his wife Teresa for 17 years. In his free time, he enjoys bowling and going to the gym. He’s looking to get more involved in the community and helping others.
Patty was born in Port Acres, TX and raised in Vidor. She is retired after 20 years from TDCJ. Patty has been involved with many organizations, including Orange County Special Angels, CASA, and 4-H. She is a substitute teacher at Pine Forest Elementary. She has been a Stable-Spirit board member since 2018.
Margot was born in Port Arthur, TX and raised in Beaumont, TX. She has been active in the Equine Industry since the age of eight. While attending Texas A&M University, she continued showing horses and volunteering with the You Tomorrow Youth Program run by Col. Sid Loveless of College Station, TX. After graduating from Texas A&M in 1977 with a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science, she returned home to Beaumont to start her own boarding, training, and lesson facility, which she continues to operate today – Tailgate Stables.
Regularly volunteering with the Hippotherapy Program at Stable-Spirit, she has enjoyed getting to know everyone involved. Guitar and music are her passion, as well as animal rescue and adoption.
Davida Allen is a design engineer at Entergy. She received her bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (located in upstate New York) and an MBA from Lamar University. In 2015, Davida made the move from Ohio to Beaumont, Texas. From a young age, she has had a passion for volunteering and animals. Davida enjoys playing recreational soccer, spending time with her husband and two dogs, being active in her church, and traveling.
My name is Kent J. Miguez. I was born in Port Arthur, Texas and graduated from Hampshire Fannett High School in 1975. I worked for Valero Refinery for 35 years. Currently, I buy and sell real estate in the Golden Triangle area.
In 2012, I received Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior at Brazos Valley Cowboy Church. Since 2014, I have attended church at Line Camp Cowboy Church in Devers, Texas. I have one son, Austin T Miguez, that was born in 1989. I currently live at 18121 Austin Dr., Winnie, Texas.
Since 2020, I have been a member of the Gideon’s International. I have participated in Bible distributions to area schools, nursing homes, the Beast Feast, and Christmas on the Square in Beaumont, Texas. I attend Saturday morning prayer breakfasts and the monthly meetings when I can.
Kimberly is co-founder of Stable-Spirit and was the equine specialist in both equine assisted psychotherapy (EAP) and equine experiential development (EED) for the first 3.5 years of Stable-Spirit’s existence. Kimberly has extensive experience with horses and developed a keen understanding of their nonverbal communication over the years, particularly during the process of gentling rescues. These horses have proven to be some of the most effective members of the Stable-Spirit team. Her prior work experience includes co-facilitating as an equine specialist with leaders in the field of EAP working with adolescents facing the challenges of eating disorders, addictions and other associated behaviors in individual, family and group therapy activities at the Cadwalder Behavioral Clinic inpatient facility where she was actively involved in the care of the facilities 39 horses and foals.
Kimberly now lives in Apache Junction, Arizona and has recently been certified in Hypnotherapy. She is grateful to have lived such a full life and credits the success of her relationships to her work with the Stable-Spirit horses.
Kathie Yates Fuller
Kathie is co-founder and Executive Director of Stable-Spirit from its inception until the fall of
2005. Kathie was certified as an Associate of EAGALA in September of 2004, Innovative
Horizons Equine Assisted Specialist Certification Program in 2005, and in 2006 completed the
University of Arkansas Horsemen of Excellence Course. During her tenure with Stable-Spirit,
Kathie most enjoyed facilitating EED sessions. She was profoundly impressed by the positive
shifts she was able to witness by the participants during these sessions.
Kathie was raised in Southeast Texas where she attended San Jacinto College in Houston and
built a successful career in sales and marketing. She is an entrepreneur at heart and for most of
her career has been involved making a difference in start-up organizations.
Kathie continues to be gratified by non-profit involvement and enjoys yoga, and holistic lifestyle
practices. She moved to Georgetown, TX in 2017 to participate in the care of her parents and
retired in June of 202. She is now joyfully immersed in her family… Kathie and her husband,
Freddie, share 10 children, 26 grandchildren and two dogs. So, life is full and very blessed.
Shana Runnels is an Investigator for Child Protective Investigations Division of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, and an Adjunct Instructor of Criminal Justice at Lamar State College Orange. Shana also investigates abuse, neglect, and exploitation cases for the children of Jefferson County. Shana provides both vocational coursework for career preparation and advancement and academic coursework leading to baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate study. Shana is a Co-Faculty Advisor for the Criminal Justice Society which is an organization of students and alumni who have similar interests in the criminal justice field that volunteer and participate in local events within the community.
Shana has worked first hand in the criminal justice field upon graduation from Lamar University as a Juvenile Supervision Officer, Juvenile Probation Officer, TYC Parole Officer, and Casework Supervisor with the Jefferson County Juvenile Probation Department, as an Adjunct Instructor for Lamar University, and Director of the Criminal Justice Program at Lamar State College Orange. Shana’s education includes a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice in 2005 and a Master of Science in Applied Criminology in 2011. Shana has been involved with various organizations within the criminal justice field such as Texas Gang Investigators Association (TGIA), Orange County Sheriff’s Office (OCSO) Alumni, Texas Juvenile Detention Association (TJDA, Previous Board Member), Texas Probation Association (TPA), Alpha Phi Sigma, Lamar University-Criminal Justice Student Association (CJSA), Orange County Lions Club, Orange County Sheriff’s Office Jail Advisory Board (Current Board Member), and CASA of Southeast Texas (Previous Board Member).
Shana enjoys playing recreational softball, traveling, and volunteering. Shana loves to be able to spend time with her husband Eric, daughter Piper, and her rescue pit bull/bulldog mix El Paso.
Eriic is the President of ITS in southeast Texas.
Jonathan is a Senior Associate at Edgar, Kiker & Cross, PC, CPAs. He joined EKC in August 2013 while still attending Lamar University. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Lamar in December 2013 and is currently sitting for the CPA exam. He was in restaurant management for a publicly traded company for 7 years prior to going back to school and joining our firm. He is hard-working and dedicated to providing quality service. Jonathan has been married since 1997 and has four kids. He enjoys hunting, fishing, playing the guitar, and spending time with his kids.
Kayla Deville Tiller
Bio coming soon