Meet Our Founding Members
Jack Roddy was raised in San Jose’s eastern foothills after being born in San Francisco. He is a member of the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame. Jack served on the Rodeo Cowboys Association board of directors for 16 years and he elevated the sport of rodeo during the 1960’s – 1970’s to the professional level it enjoys today. Jack Roddy is a rodeo legend, to say the least After retiring from professional rodeo, Jack owned and managed several South Bay taverns and cocktail lounges, including San Jose’s Boots n’ Saddle and Keyes Club. During the 1980’s while continuing his rodeo involvement, Roddy also managed a cattle ranch south of San Jose. Jack is a founding member of Delta Advocacy Foundation, a membership he cherishes. Jack and his wife Donna’s Antioch ranch has been the site for many many fundraisers for the Delta Advocacy Foundation. Jack’s charitable nature is felt far beyond East Contra Costa county and we are immensely grateful for his continuing support.
Meet Our Members
Scott Bergerhouse has been a member of the Antioch community for 53 years. He began his career as a 6th and 7th grade teacher in Utah. Following that year Scott moved back to California and have had the pleasure of serving in the Antioch Unified School District for the past 33 years. After seven years of teaching at the elementary and middle school levels, he became a school administrator in 1991. Since 2013, Scott has been the principal of Dozier-Libbey Medical High School. Scott feels honored to serve as a member of the Delta Advocacy Foundation for the past 14 years and became the president of the foundation in 2005.
Todd Frigard has been a member of the East Contra Costa County community for the past 38 years. He began his career as a Chiropractor in 1985 entering the practice of his father, Dr. Lowell Frigard, who had started his practice in Antioch in l968. He has been involved with DAF since its inception when the idea was conceived in his father’s office with Jack Roddy. He became a member of the Board in 2014 and was elected Treasurer in 2015.
Nancy Libbey has resided in East Contra Costa County for more than 44
years. She worked for a title company, Contra Costa County District
Attorney, Clerk’s Office and as a Superior Court Clerk before deciding to be
a stay-at-home mom for her three boys. She is a past president of Delta
Memorial Hospital Foundation having served on the board for 10 years, Cub
Scout den leader and pack officer for many years and volunteered in all
levels of Antioch public schools. Nancy is currently active with Antioch
Community Scholarship Fund and Delta Advocacy Foundation joining in
2003 and becoming secretary in 2004.
John Ramirez has been an Antioch resident since 2000 and he attended Antioch High School. He remains working in the community and has been a member of the Antioch Police Department since 2013. Prior to becoming a board member in 2015, John helped support Delta Advocacy by helping set up and clean after the yearly fundraiser at Roddy Ranch. John enjoys being a member of Delta Advocacy as it allows him to give back to the East County community.
Jimmy Bean moved to Antioch from North Carolina in 1964. He is retired from a career as a dealer for Chevron and Shell. Memberships include many organizations such as life member Lions Club, past Chamber of Commerce board member, past member of the Elks Lodge and has served on the board of Delta Advocacy Foundation for many years. Jimmy was nominated Antioch Citizen of the year in 1993 and was the Business Person of the Year in 1993.
John Martinez was born, raised and still resides in Antioch. He has been a member of the Holy Rosary Church community having graduated from the School. As an active member in the community, John has served on the Holy Rosary School Board and Buildings and Grounds committee for 17 years. As the owner of Martinez Electric from 1988 to 2003 he sponsored many local teams and events during that time. Married to wife Lana for 36 years and have three grown children Rebecca, Jonathan and Rachael. John is adamant that one of his greatest accomplishments is being one of the founding members of Boy Scout Troop 450. John has also been a member of the Delta Advocacy since 1998.
Mike Marini has been a resident of Antioch since 1990 following his family’s move here to open the family business, Kids N Cribs. Mike spent his early years attending school in the East Bay and was very active in extracurricular activities that were based here; he participated in Antioch’s own East County Stingrays from childhood to high school while earning the Eagle Scout rank with Troop 450, just to name a few. Mike became a member of Delta Advocacy in 2014 to help become more active in our community.
Nancy Green has lived in Antioch for more than 40 years. She has been treasurer of the Antioch Community Scholarship Fund from 1971 until the present. She was asked to join the Delta Advocacy Foundation in 1990 or 91 and served as treasurer from 1991 until 2015. Nancy served 16 years on the board of trustees for Sutter Delta Medical Center. She was Antioch’s Citizen of the year in 1985. Nancy truly believes that Delta Advocacy serves the needs of all of Eastern Contra Costa County and feels it is a privilege to be a part of this organization.
Tom Anderson has been a resident of East Contra Costa County for 40 years with his wife Rosalie and three children. Tom has been a member of Delta Advocacy Foundation for 27 years starting in 1991. He has served as President for four years and Grant Chairman for 22 years. During his time as president Delta Advocacy Foundation joined the San Francisco Foundation and invested $100,000. Our investment has grown to a level that allows for financial security for the organization. In addition to his time with Delta Advocacy Tom is a Charter Member of the Delta Rotary Club and Co-Founder of Boy Scout Troop #450 Antioch.
Mike has been a citizen of Antioch for 49 years. A graduate of Antioch High school, he returned to Antioch to teach elementary school in 1992. Mike has been both a teacher and administrator for 26 years in Antioch Unified. While in college, he returned to support Delta Advocacy by cooking meals, moving tables, and cleaning up before and after fundraisers. After becoming a member in 1993, he served as the foundation’s fourth president and held that position for 10 years. Mike currently serves as the foundation’s grant chairman.
Mark Libbey was raised in Antioch and his family’s roots here go back more than 70 years. He has been an educator in AUSD since 1998 and presently teach Medical Ethics at Dozier-Libbey Medical High School, which is named in honor of his grandfather. Mark was also a high school and junior college football coach for 21 years before stepping away and looking for other ways to help his community. This led him to joining DAF in 2014 where he has been delighted to serve with this very generous group of citizens.
Tom Hartrick has lived in Antioch since 1995. Delta Advocacy Foundation accepted him into the group in 2015. Tom is a member of the Rotary Club of the Delta, Celebrate Antioch Foundation, Heritage foundation, Leo Fontana Youth Foundation and is currently the treasurer for the Antioch Police Activities League. Tom’s business was started 9 years ago and he serves the homeowners in East County for their home painting needs.
Becky Manning has lived in Antioch over 40 years. She has been very active in the local community and East County by volunteering with many non- profit organizations. Some of her most rewarding experiences have been with Delta Advocacy foundation (20 yrs), Sutter Delta Hospital foundation (20 + years) Contra Costa YMCA and Chambers of Commerce. Becky has been in Commercial Finance over 30 years working for local Community Banks. She hopes to see others interested in supporting the great work of Delta Advocacy Foundation in East County.
Lindy Maynes-Kolthoff has been a resident of East Contra Costa County for 19 years. For 25 years, Lindy worked in Higher Education as a fundraiser. A community volunteer, Lindy is active in the Antioch Rotary Club, Delta Advocacy Foundation and her church. “Giving back to the community gives me a wonderful sense of fulfillment. Delta Advocacy Foundation is a much-needed asset to East County and I am delighted to be a part of this organization.”