Waste Not Want Not is not hiring at this time.
Board and Officers
Rick Hood, Chair
Rick retired as President CSX Real Property, Inc., the real estate arm of CSX Transportation, Inc., after a 36-year career with one of the country’s leading railroad companies. In the effort to maximize real estate assets for the company’s shareholders, Rick was involved with the sale and lease of surplus real estate; the acquisition and permitting of land to support railroad infrastructure and terminal developments; the utilization of railroad rights of way to generate revenue from utility and fiber optic occupancies; managing a joint venture hotel and residential developments; and ultimately led a department of real estate professionals that provided real estate and facilities services to internal customers.
Rick’s volunteer experience includes 17 years on the First Florida Credit Union board serving as a past chairman and in the role of chairman of various committees. He also volunteers weekly with the Mandarin Presbyterian Church Daily Bread Food Pantry in support of the church’s efforts to combat food insecurity in its community.
Originally from Michigan, Peggie is a Florida transplant since her high school years. She holds a BA from University of Florida and worked at Clay County’s Annunciation Catholic School for 10 years, in and out of classrooms as well as being involved in the school’s largest fundraiser. Peggie first got involved with Waste Not Want Not as a volunteer, a role she still holds, and joined the Board in January 2022. Peggie lives in Orange Park with her husband, Mike, and together they can be found either rescuing food for Waste Not or chasing around their 18-year old son on the golf course.
Kyle has been a member of the board since 2019 and is active in the community. He is a foster parent, attends Eleven22 Church, and together with his wife supports multiple charities that help women and children.
Kyle grew up in Cincinnati, OH and maintains the Midwest work ethic and family values that Buckeyes are known to possess. Upon graduation from Boston University with a degree in economics, he entered active duty in the US Army. After leaving active duty, Kyle and business partner David Misiuta formed KDF Management which they eventually sold to WJW Associates, LTD, owned by Griff Williams and Al Morgan at the time. Kyle and Dave and a third partner took full ownership of WJW in 2010.
Joe joined the Navy out of high school and served during the Persian Gulf War on an Aircraft Carrier as part of a Nuclear Weapons Loading Team. After graduating from the University of Phoenix he spent time in the Army as a Combat Medic with the 345th Combat Support Hospital.
In addition he spent several years as a volunteer Fireman/EMT as part of a Rapid Response Team in Ohio. He graduated from the Police Academy in 2010 and spent 5 years volunteering as a Sergeant with Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.
He has been married for 40 years with two boys ages 39 and 33 and 5 Grandkids.
He currently holds a board position with the Orange Park Sunrise Rotary. Past board positions include The Florida Council on Crime & Delinquency North Florida Chapter, The League of Southern Credit Unions and The Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce West Council. He is also a member of Ortega United Methodist Church.
He is employed with First Florida Credit Union as the Senior Vice President of Operations responsible for Branch Operations, Business Services and Process Improvement.
- President: Sandra Staudt-Killea
- Secretary: Peggie French
- Treasurer: Joe Markley
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Waste Not Want Not is a volunteer-based organization located in Clay County, just south of Jacksonville, Florida, with 250 volunteers who together donate over 450 hours each week to rescue and distribute food to those in need. It is their willingness to help that allows Waste Not Want Not to serve people in 14 counties in North Florida.
Waste Not volunteers come in all ages and stages. Although most of our volunteers are newly-retired and more-senior seniors, we are happy to welcome students working towards scholarships, individuals providing court-ordered community service, adults with differing abilities, families volunteering together. All are critical to the success of our mission, to our ability to rescue food whenever it is offered and distribute it promptly to those seeking food assistance.
The dedication of Waste Not volunteers is so impressive that our volunteers have received many awards over the years at the Reinhold Foundation’s Celebrate Clay event that honors the top Clay County volunteer (Peggy Bryan Volunteer of the Year) and two runner-ups (Judges’ Choice Volunteer Awards) every year.
Peggy Bryan Volunteer of the Year Award
Linda Codini + 2005
Joan Halloran + 2015
Judges’ Choice Volunteer Award
Gene Bowers + 2007
Harold Chance + 2013
Bill Harrell + 2018
John Wrightington + 2019