Tracey Bitonti, Realtor with Irongate Realtors

A lifelong resident of Dayton, has been selling real estate since 1992. Tracey was recognized as a “Top 5” Agent in the State of Ohio by the Association of realtors 2011-2015 and is  Irongate’s #1 agent since 2007. Tracey is a proud supporter of the National Parks Foundation, the USO, Wounded Worrier Project and has been involved with Homes for our Troops. Tracey, her husband Steve and their rescue dog, Buddy reside in Centerville and enjoy yoga, biking, golf, tennis, hiking, and traveling. 

Ken Herr, Vice President for Business Services

Ken Herr has a varied career in sales, marketing, promotion, human resource, consultancies and executive leadership.  A lifelong Dayton area resident, he is an adjunct professor for the University of Dayton MBA program, a board member of the CareSource Foundation, and a member of two CEO advisory boards of small businesses.

He currently serves as President of the foundation and is responsible for it’s strategic direction. 

Cyndi Jordan, Breast Cancer Thriver

Cyndi Jordan grew up in Xenia and has resided in Beavercreek for the past 38 years.She is married to Bill and has three children and six grand children.  She worked in computers at Wright Patterson AFB before starting a family, and had the privilege of being a stay at home mother.  She has been involved in fundraising at St. Luke School, Carroll High School and Children’s Hospital. She is an avid tennis player and loves spending time with her family.  She is also a ten year breast cancer survivor.

Beth M. Kline-Fath, MD

Beth M. Kline-Fath, MD was born on July 30, 1963 and raised for the most of her life in Cincinnati Ohio.
She is married to Thomas R. Fath, and has two daughters, Kelsey and Abby. She attended college at Denison University in Granville, Ohio and then attended medical school at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Kline-Fath completed a residency in radiology at University of Cincinnati and then a fellowship in pediatric radiology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. She worked at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg Florida, and then Dayton Children’s Hospital in Dayton Ohio. She then returned to Cincinnati Children’s in 2003 for a fellowship in pediatric neuroradiology. She has been on staff at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center since then. She is currently an Associate Professor of Radiology and Chief of the Fetal Imaging service. Recently she edited, wrote and published a textbook on fetal imaging called Fundamentals and Advanced Fetal Imaging: US and MRI.

Joseph G. Kuritar, Source Manager for Techmetals

Joe is a lifelong Daytonian who graduated from the University of Dayton. He has worked for TECHMETALS for the last 43 years in mostly administrative and purchasing positions. Prior to TECHMETALS he worked for the Boy Scouts of America and volunteered for a number of years in Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Exploring and on the Council Volunteer Staff. Joe enjoys volunteering and does small projects with Rebuilding Together, is involved with the House of Bread and also coaches Club Volleyball with his daughter. He raised three children and now enjoys being called grandpa. Joe has been involved with Breast Wishes from the very first 5k for Kelli race.

Mandi Moore, General Manager, George's Family Restaurant

Mandi Moore is a general manager for George's Family Restaurant, a local favorite diner in Dayton. She has been involved with the restaurant for almost ten years. In addition to running George's, Mandi is highly involved with breast cancer fundraising. In 2012, Mandi and her sister Elesha started their own breast cancer charity in memory of their oldest sister, Kelli. The success of their charity, 5k for Kelli inspired the sisters to reach bigger and thus Breast Wishes Foundation was born. Mandi is involved in her community on many levels. She really enjoys being involved with breast cancer organizations but she also likes volunteering at 5k runs, helping underprivileged youth and cleaning up our local parks. The beach is one of Mandi's favorite places and she finds joy hiking in nature. 

Phil Plummer, Ohio State Representative

State Representative Phil Plummer is currently serving his first term as state representative. He represents the 40th House District, which includes portions of Montgomery County.

Rep. Plummer has had an extensive career of service to the people of Montgomery County, most recently serving as Sheriff of Montgomery County before his time as state representative.

He joined the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office as a corrections officer in 1988, where he was responsible for the supervision, security and safety of the prisoners in his charge.  Plummer was then promoted to the position of deputy sheriff where he worked as patrol deputy.  Once being promoted to the rank of Sergeant, he held assignment as a supervisor in the Communication Center and the Road Patrol section.  Plummer also had the distinct honor of serving as the SWAT Team Commander for a period of time.

In November of 2000, he was promoted to the rank of Major and assumed command of the Operations Division and in January 2004, he was placed in charge of Personnel Office where he was responsible for human resources and labor relations.  Just one short year later in March 2005, he was promoted to the high rank of Chief Deputy (Second in Command).  On July 7th, 2008 Phil Plummer was gratefully appointed as Sheriff of Montgomery County.

Plummer also brings unique experience to his office with executive training from The FBI National Academy, The FBI National Executive Institute, and the Secret Service Executive Leadership Academy.

Rep. Plummer was born and raised in Montgomery County and is a proud graduate of Chaminade Julienne High School. After high school, Phil furthered his education and earned an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Toledo and a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from the University of Phoenix. 

Rep. Plummer resides in Dayton with his wife Cindy, where he is active in his local church and the Dayton community.

Elesha Snyder, CPA, RYT500, Owner, George's Family Restaurant

Elesha Snyder, CPA is the owner of George’s Family Restaurant and also runs a small business accounting firm. She created the 5k for Kelli with her sister Mandi Moore to honor and memorialize their older sister Kelli James who lost her battle with breast cancer in 2006. The 5k for Kelli raises money for local charities that help women with breast cancer but recently changed its fundraising focus to help grant as many Breast Wishes as possible. Elesha stays active in the community by teaching yoga and through her community service projects with The Unit.

Amy Suber, Gottschlich and Portune, LLP

Amy Suber moved to Dayton after graduating from Central High School in Erie, PA.  She got married to Robert and has two children, Isabella and Samuel.  She attended Sinclair Community College.  Amy is a legal assistant and an independent ballroom dance instructor.  She recently won the Championship for Ballroom and placed Third in Rhythm, competing with her student in Blackpool Pro-Am Dance Festival, England.  Amy is actively involved with Living Word Church.  She loves animal, theatre, scrapbooking and shopping.

Cecilia Vocke, SHRM-SCP, SPHR

Cecilia has been in the human resources profession since 1989 and is currently with Oerlikon. She has diverse industry experience in healthcare, global food products, manufacturing and automotive. Cecilia is recognized for successful coaching and mentoring. She has experience managing all aspects of human resources including employee relations, management development, training, recruitment, compensation and benefits. Cecilia holds the position of President-Elect for the Miami Valley Human Resources Association. She is on the Board of Trustees of the Muse Machine; is a member of the March of Dimes sub-committee on volunteer development; and has been a partner with 5KforKelli. Cecilia has a BA and MS from Wright State University. She has her SPHR certification as well as SHRM-SCP.

Norm Vocke, Owner, Oak Grove Import Auto Service

Norm Is the owner of Oak Grove Import Auto Service, a company he started in November of 1995.  Norm is active in the community supporting Rebuilding Together Dayton, The Unit, Muse Machine and he has been part of 5k for Kelli since it's inception in 2012.  Norm Graduated from Sinclair Community College and lives in Butler Township with his wife.  He enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren.

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