Joey Clark – Director of Operations
Joey has been with Shared Blessing since March of 2012. As Director of Operations, Joey gives leadership to the day to day operations along with the overall growth of each ministry. He also serves as Director of Habitat for Humanity Pittsburg County and Rebuilding Together Kiamichi Country. Joey’s vision and leadership continues to help Shared Blessings meet more and more needs of those in our area. Joey’s wife Cindy is a McAlester School Teacher and they have two children; Conner and Caity.
Dillon Roberts – Asst. Director of Operations
Dillon joined Shared Blessings in March 2022 and brings a wealth of creativity, managerial experience and heart for people. He is originally from Atoka, OK but has lived in McAlester since 2007. He has an Associates degree in Psychology and a Bachelors degree in Business Administration. “In life, I believe in adding value to others and helping them move forward . I enjoy Big Dream environments and working towards something larger than myself.” Dillon and his wife, Ashely, have two sons, Toby & Ansel. Dillon enjoys spending time with family and friends, listening to music, watching movies, and multimedia design.
Tina Adams – Ministry Coordinator – The Hope House
Tina gives day to day leadership to The Hope House, a homeless shelter for women and their children. Having worked for years as an advocate for those in need, Tina’s heart for women during the most difficult season of their life is her passion. Her own life experiences give her a unique perspective for those struggling during a season of transition. Tina and her husband, Jeff have two children; Evan & Tylee.
Sandy Keener – School Outreach Coordinator
Sandy works in multiple areas at Shared Blessings with her most valuable being the front desk. Her big smile, generous spirit and passion to help people makes everyone feel loved. As School Outreach Coordinator, she also works with the schools to assist in meeting the needs of students in the area.
Lea Schrader – Project Coordinator – Rebuilding Together Kiamichi Country
Lea serves as our project coordinator for Rebuilding Together. She reviews applications for potential projects. She also meets with clients, prepares paperwork, and works with our contractor to see approved applicants through to completion. She loves her job and the opportunity to work with people and help them secure critical home repairs that ensure their ability to stay in their home. She and her husband, Robert, have 5 children. They also lead a ministry called “The Cart Guy” that provides food to children on the weekend.
Bonnie Strickland – Clothing Room
Bonnie has served at Shared Blessings’ for years. First as a volunteer and now as part-time staff. She helps in the clothing room as well as some administrative duties. You won’t find anyone who works harder than Bonnie Strickland!
Valerie Golden – Clothing & Food Assistant
Valerie is a bundle of “good energy”. She loves to interact and help people whether it’s food, clothing or in the flea market. Valerie is a huge blessing to Shared Blessings and everyone we serve.
Dan Mitchell -Warehouse Assistant
Dan is our ‘one of a kind’ employee here at Shared Blessings. In 2019, after retiring from Franklin Electric, Dan began to volunteer at Shared Blessings. It became apparent Dan was someone Shared Blessings needed around permanently. You can find him in the warehouse fixing something up or in the offices giving everyone a good laugh with one of his famous stories. Dan has been married for 40 years and says he still remembers their first date to an old drive-in movie. Next time you are at Shared Blessings stop in and say hi to Dan, you will know it is him by the welcoming smile always on his face.
Valerie Fagundes – Administrative Assistant
Valerie joined Shared Blessings in 2021. She brings energy and determination to her role at Shared Blessings helping to organize all the moving parts of each of the organizations and ministries. Valerie is married and has 3 children… Brynlee, Kruz & Brooks. “I’m excited to be able to do my part to help the organization and the people we serve each day!” We are grateful for Valerie’s fierce compassion for the marginalized and her contributions every day that make us better as a ministry.