Sunny is the founder of Tucker’s House as well as the grandmother of Tucker Rosanbalm, the inspiration for Tucker’s House. The journey of Tucker and his parents brought to light the huge need for families that have children with disabilities to make their homes accessible and safer. Sunny has over 30 years of experience in construction management and architectural design alongside her husband, Mike, who has been a contractor for over 40 years. Sunny and Mike are the proud grandparents of 17 children. Click here for Sunny’s story with Tucker’s House.
Graham first became aware of Tucker’s House through first-hand experience, as Tucker’s House helped him and his wife Heather in making their home more safe and accessible for their daughter Mikayla who had Dandy-Walker Syndrome. Unfortunately, Mikayla passed away in September of 2018 but still holds an important place in their family. In addition to Mikayla, Graham and Heather have four other daughters including twins Ainsley and Hailey, Caroline, and Felicity. Graham brings extensive non-profit experience to Tucker’s House, having worked at three different non-profit organizations in operations, sales, marketing, and fundraising. Graham considers it a privilege to work with these special families within our community. Click here for Graham’s story with Tucker’s House.
Riley graduated from The University of Alabama with a BS in Human Development and Family Studies with a concentration in Early Childhood Education. She has worked at organizations such as, the Ronald McDonald House, Habitat for Humanity, and The United Way. Riley has welcomed two nephews in the last few years and enjoys spending as much time with them as possible. She’s proud to be the newest team member at Tucker’s House and wholeheartedly embraces the mission that every child should feel at home.
David joins our team with 15 years of construction experience in residential custom home remodeling. He started working as a teenager with his father in construction and has held various positions in the industry ever since. He recently moved here with his family and is getting settled into life here in Middle Tennessee. He is looking forward to building on the legacy Sunny is leaving in her retirement from full-time work at Tucker’s House.
Sandra received her BS in PT from the University of New England in 1988. She has worked in a variety of settings including the NICU, SCU, inpatient, outpatient pediatric clinics, home care, school systems, aquatic therapy, and hippotherapy. Sandra has expertise in serial casting and home modifications for accessibility. Sandra is an adjunct faculty member at Belmont University in the PT program. Click here for Sandra’s story with Tucker’s House.