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Meet out Board of Directors


In 2003, Orlando and his wife, JoAnn Reyes were the founders of

The Fort Wort h HOPE Center. 

Pastor Reyes, has been in full time ministry for over 59 years and was the founder of Cornerstone Coffee Ministry, Cornerstone Christian Ministry and has pastored Without Walls Church of Fort Worth for 30 years. Their mission is to “Fight Hunger and Feed Hope” in the Dallas Fort Worth impoverished communities ..


In November of 2004, Robert became the first acting board member of The Fort Worth Hope Center. He is responsible for creating the vision of a partnership between the Fort Worth Hope Center and the Fort Worth Community Service Worker Program. Robert has provided valuable leadership throughout his years serving the  Fort Worth Hope Center. He has provided many residents of Tarrant County especially the citizens of Southeast Fort Worth who have struggled to break the cycle of poverty, hope for the future.


David is the CEO/Owner of Capital Insurance Brokers, Inc. located in Arlington, TX. He started his insurance career in May, 1992, as a career agent and worked his way up to starting his own agency in 2015. He handles senior healthcare plans, marketplace Obamacare, life insurance, disability, LTC, dental, vision, critical illness, annuities, and much more. He married Wanda (Molinary) Honeycutt in 2015.  He is also a member of Without Walls Church of Fort Worth and serves as a Deacon in that congregation.

Bill Sheetz

Bill is a very active board member, and applies his legal skills and knowledge of the law in his service to the Fort Worth Hope Center. Bill is an attorney and counselor at law and has applied his legal skills and knowledge of the law in his service to the Fort Worth Hope Center since 2008. Attorneys and judges have observed Mr. Sheetz’ trial skills and have endorsed Mr. Sheetz to be included in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.


Cle is known as an outstanding NFL football player in the 70’s and 80’s. He played for the Oakland/LA Raiders and won the XVIII Super Bowl Championship. After his NFL career, Montgomery decided he wanted to give back. He has served on the Abilene Christian Board of Trustee for nine years, and volunteered at the Boys and Girls Club, YMCA, Parks and Recreations, Greenville’s Chambers of Commerce, Mississippi 100 Men, Washington County Rotary Club and Adult Day Health Care Association of Texas.  

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Cindy is the president of Legacy Psalm 78 4 a Non-Profit organization in Arlington, Tx. which she founded in 2017 with the goal of making a difference in the lives of the young and old reminding each one that there is a legacy in us all.  Since the launch of their “Legacy of Samuel Scholarship”, Legacy Psalm 78 4 has awarded several scholarships to area high school seniors. Cindy also leads “Team Legacy” in serving the needs of the homeless of Tarrant County.
She is a Network Pastor at Church on the Hill in Cedar Hill, Tx, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Arlington Clergy and Police Partnership program.
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Demetrius is the founder and co-owner of Vizion Staffing,LLC, An employment agency located in Arlington, TX.  Vizion specializes in helping those who have struggled to get a job that pays a livable wage by placing them in positions that range from temporary to permanent, including direct-hire.

Demetrius also founded Young Guardians Fly, a nonprofit organization that helps young men and women harness their skills and put them to good use creating more opportunities for a brighter future. Since its beginning in 2021, Young Guardians Fly has helped over 100 young people to spread their wings and fly.

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Joe his wife Deborah are the owners of DFW Foundation Repair Services LLC.
Joe has been in some type of sales all his adult life. He has sold everything from clothing to law books, and was always the top producer in every endeavor he took on. Owning their own company has given the Tates the opportunity to give back to the community as well as their Church family. Every year they do as much pro bono work as possible for homeowners who cannot afford to fix their homes.
Joe volunteers as much of his time as possible at Without Walls Church and The Hope center, whether it be helping in the warehouse, praying for people in need, or sharing his testimony any chance he gets. He also picks up food at the Hope Center weekly and distributes it to people who are unable to pick it up themselves. 

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