Who We Serve
warriors, veterans and their families have received help
Meet Our Founders,
Jeanne Springer and Billy Jack Barrett
Our Board of Directors
Dr. David R. Andrews, Purple Heart Recipient
Dr. David Andrews is a combat-wounded veteran, retiring from 21 years of active duty after being wounded-in-action in Afghanistan. He is a Wounded Warrior scholar and alumni of the Remount Foundation’s equine assisted learning program. As with many Wounded Warriors, David struggled to recover from his injuries and adjust to life with a permanent disability. David credits the equine assisted learning program with helping him regain his footing and find renewed purpose and direction in his life. With the love and support of his wife and their four children, David has gone on to complete a doctorate and in 2015 was awarded the Secretary of Defense’s Outstanding Department of Defense Civilian Employee with a Disability; living proof that the first steps taken–the first time getting back into the saddle–in equine assisted learning can lead Wounded Warriors to greener pastures of peace and prosperity.
Mr. Marvin Boyd enjoyed a long and successful career as an executive at Phil Long Ford dealerships. He retired in 2006, and began the next chapter in his life, as an entrepreneur. Marvin believes in serving his community and is passionate about helping those who have bravely sacrificed for our country. He is actively involved in the development of the Remount Foundation.
General Gene Renuart, Retired U.S. Air Force
Secretary / Treasuer
Victor Eugene “Gene” Renaurt, Jr. is a retired U.S. Air Force four-star General. His last military assignment was as Commander of U.S. Northern Command (USNORTHCOM). He concurrently served as the Commander of North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) from March 2007 to May 2010. Prior to that, he served as Director of Strategic Plans and Policy for the Joint Staff and as Senior Military Assistant to the Secretary of Defense. Renuart retired from the U.S. Air Force on July 1, 2010, after over 39 years of service.