Devyn became the Executive Director for Trinity Community Care in 2019. Devyn graduated from the University of Michigan with a Masters in Public Health – Health Care Administration in 2021. Prior to that, she received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Bowling Green State University in 2017. She likes to spend her free time being surrounded by family and friends, going on adventures and trying new things. Her goal in life is to make the world and better and more equitable place!
Danielle coordinates our professional medical volunteers and helps guide our patients through the eligibility and scheduling process. When necessary she provides patients with the appropriate external resources. Danielle is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree in graphic design. Outside of work and school, she likes to go on nature walks, cuddle her kitties and she considers herself a plant connoisseur.
“It has been almost five years since I chose to step into the dental field. It was no doubt one of the best decisions I have ever made. After graduating from Ross Medical Education Center, I went on to work for a few dental offices. I learned as much as I could from colleagues, gained experience, and met some incredible professionals in the field while I searched for an office where I could grow and make a difference. It was not long into my search for a purpose that I found Trinity Community Care. After meeting the amazing people here and learning of the profound work they do I knew this was a place I could make a difference. As the dental coordinator for Trinity Community Care, I hope to bring ease to patients’ minds by reassuring them they are in safe hands with us.”
Bryan Wickersham has served on the Board of Directors since late 2016. He became Board Chair at the beginning of 2019. Bryan works at Beaumont Health where he is the Director of Ambulatory Expansion. He is responsible for managing outpatient growth initiatives throughout the system, including development of medical office buildings and their urgent care strategy. Bryan graduated from Walsh College in 2015 with a MBA, specializing in health services administration. Prior to that, he received a bachelor’s degree in hospitality business from Michigan State University in 2008. Bryan, his wife Chelsea, and his two young boys, Tommy and Charlie, are members of Trinity Lutheran Church in Utica, MI. When not spending time with family or working, Bryan can be found at the golf course! He can be reached at email@example.com or 586-855-2981.
Dr. Antolak Graduated from University of Michigan School of Dentistry in 1987 and has a dental practice in Shelby Township.
Dr. Antolak is Married to Polly and has 2 children Matthew and Grace. He has been involved with dental mission work with his home church Faith Lutheran Church in Troy since 1999. During one of the Haiti trips in 2011 a decision was made with others to start a free dental/medical clinic to treat those who were underserved and this was the birth of Trinity Community Care.
He loves Jesus and enjoys playing hockey, hunting, fishing and being with his family. He is an active member of his church, Faith Lutheran Troy Michigan.
Vice Chairman – TCC Board of Directors
TCC board member since 2016
VP – Mortgage Lending @ Guaranteed Rate
Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Wayne State University
Serving on several different boards and non-profits in the tri-county area
Kimberly attended University if Michigan 1985-1989 obtaining an undergraduate degree in Biological Psychology, attended Wayne State University School of Medicine 1989-1993 and William Beaumont Hospital Emergency Medicine Residency 1993-1996. She is currently an attending physician at William Beaumont Troy Emergency Center. She helped found Trinity Community Care and has been the medical director since 2013. TCC was inspired by multiple medical mission trips to Haiti, an effort to bring a “medical mission” home.
Married to Jackie for 36 years.
Founder (1984) and CEO of Godlan Inc. (North America Manufacturing Consulting Firm).
Member of Rockpointe Community Church (Sterling Heights, MI) since 1998.
Member of C12 (Christian Peer Advisory Group) since 2009.
Trinity Community Care board member since 2018.
Enjoys golf, travel, cooking, hunting and fishing.
Amanda LaVoie, R.D., M.S., is a board member for the Trinity Community Care Clinic.
She has worked for Beaumont Health for 20 years in a variety of roles. Currently, Amanda is administrative director of support services.
In her spare time, Amanda enjoys spending time with her family – boating in the summer and at ice skating rinks for hockey and figure skating events with her children during the school year.
Pastor Chad was born in Wisconsin. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minnesota in 1996. In 2000 he received a Master’s of Divinity from Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in Mequon, WI and in 2008 a Master’s of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Walden University in Minneapolis, MN. He served two congregations in Beaverton and Gladwin, MI, from 2000 to 2004, and then a congregation in Hadar, NE, from 2004 to 2008. He completed colloquy into the LCMS in 2011. He worked as a full-time counselor with agencies in Norfolk, Nebraska for over 11 years. He also helped as a part-time assistant pastor from 2010-2019 in Battle Creek, NE. In 2019, Trinity Lutheran Church and School in Utica, MI, called him to be the Associate Pastor of Christian Care and Counseling. He is a licensed professional counselor in the State of Michigan and a National Board for Certified Counselors approved provider.
Pastor Chad has been married to the love of his life, Shanna, since 1996. They have 5 adult children and one daughter-in-law. They enjoy day trips and exploring the outdoors. He is a total “Cheesehead.” He also loves sci-fi, especially Star Wars.
Pastor Chad loves sharing the love of Jesus with others. He loves encouraging and supporting his brothers and sisters in the faith. He started his position on the board of Trinity Community Care in 2020.
Most of my ministry was conducted in Indiana where I was pastor of 3 different congregations and spent some time as a Chaplin in a senior care facility. Currently I am the directing pastor of the Human Care and Outreach Ministries at Trinity Lutheran Church in Utica, MI. Part of my ministry is to also serve on TCC’s Board of Directors as Pastoral Adviser which I have been doing since July of 2016.
My wife Jan and I have been married for 45 years and we have two married sons and 5 grandchildren. Although I will be officially entering my “Golden Years” (turned 65 in January 2020) I currently have no plans to retire from the ministry I love doing so much here at Trinity.
Brad currently serves as the Vice President, and Chief Nursing Officer at Beaumont, Grosse Pointe. Brad graduated from Wayne State University with a bachelor‘s of Nursing and from Western Governors University with a master’s Degree in Nursing. Brad also attended Baker College and obtained a master’s in business administration. Brad is a board certified nurse executive as well as fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives. Brad was recognized in Dbusiness Magazine “30 in their thirties” and by Oakland County “40 in their forties. Brad is most proud of his work in the community currently serving as the chairman of the Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce and a Director on Trinity Community Care Board. Brad is a graduate from Leadership Macomb and has a passion bringing community leaders together to tackle difficult issues like improving access to healthcare to the underserved. Brad is inspired daily by his wife Ilona and his son Sebastian. The loss of his daughter prompted him and his wife to start a non-profit organization to help others suffering from the loss of a child in their daughter’s name called the Poppy Project.”
Hello TCC! I am excited to be the newest board member (my first meeting was in May 2021)! I have been working in fundraising for 14 years, researching and writing grants at Oakland University and now Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. I’m looking forward to sharing what I’ve learned to further TCC.
I’ve been wanting to serve in health care for as long as I can remember. While I’ve had some involvement (at OU I worked with the autism center, and at Presbyterian Villages, I raise funds for older adults), I’m ready to roll up my selves and have a direct impact on people’s health.
Spending some time at the clinic confirmed TCC is the organization I’ve been looking for! I look forward to meeting you. Until then, feel free to drop me a note at Avni.firstname.lastname@example.org.