Board of Directors
Alton Davis is pastor of Community Bible Fellowship, located in Reno, just outside Azle. He and his wife, Stephanie, have four beautiful daughters and two granddaughters.
Nate Simmons has served as Treasurer for the AAMA since 2014. Nate is a lending officer for Pinnacle Bank. He and his wife, Jennifer, are the busy parents of three young sons. They are active partners with The Abbey Church.
Paul Collins has served on the AAMA Board of Directors since 2018. As a full-time team member of Son Shine Ministries (www.equipfamilies.org), Paul maintains the grounds of the retreat center, serves on family missions, works with college students at his church, Doxology Bible Church in Fort Worth, and speaks to groups in the area. With an emphasis on marriages and families, Paul and his wife, Amy, have traveled with Son Shine Ministries meeting people in churches and military chapels, sharing the hope of Jesus Christ. The Collinses have been involved in the community since moving to Azle in 2001 through schools, sports and church activities of their four kids.
Stoney Stonebraker, LTC USA, retired, is president of STAMUS Consulting Services, LLC, an energetics consulting company, and Protect Thyself Services, which provides weapons training. He is a member of First Baptist Church Azle, where he is head of the security team and active in Bible Study Fellowship International. He has served as special effects operator for the AAMA's Follow The Flag fireworks display, and his family has long supported Son Shine Ministries. A former board chairman for Eagle Mountain Pregnancy Help Center, Stoney and his wife, Sandra, are the proud parents of six grown daughters. His goal is to reach all citizens in the community to share the gospel and promises of God for those in need.
Lee Sipe is pastor of First Baptist Church of Azle. He and his wife, Cherry are the proud parents of three children.
Amanda Scott is the Outreach Coordinator for Legacy Oaks of Azle-Senior Living. With a background in sales and marketing in the travel industry, Amanda eventually made the switch to senior living, which has become her passion. She spends most of her time in the communities of Azle and Springtown, where she is active in the Chambers of Commerce as well as the AAMA. Amanda lives in Springtown with her 11-year-old daughter.