Meet The Board

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Cindy Dietz-Marsh

Cindy Dietz-Marsh is the mother of fallen United States Navy SEAL, Danny P. Dietz, Jr.  Danny was killed in Afghanistan on June 28, 2005 as part of Operation Red Wings.  Since his death, Cindy has worked tirelessly to keep Danny’s name alive and to support the military community in Colorado.   She is the president of the Danny Dietz Memorial Fund,, which generates an annual scholarship to a student from Danny’s alma mater, Heritage High School.  The Memorial Fund also assists Gold Star families and veterans in time of need.  With Danny’s father, Cindy contributed to the book Danny The Virtues Within written by Jeremy Dunlap which tells the story of her son and the amazing young man he was even before joining the Navy.

Married and the mother of two other children (and two grandchildren), Cindy makes regular appearances in support of the Navy, Navy SEAL Foundation, and the Gold Star community across the nation.

Cindy was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. She is an Auxiliary member of the VFW and an honorary member of the local Military Order of the Purple Heart and American Legion posts in the Denver metro area.  Both of which are named after Danny.  She and her husband, Don, currently live in Texas and enjoy their retirement.

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Don Marsh

Don Marsh is a Denver, CO native who graduated from Westminster High School in 1964.  That summer he decided to start fulfilling his dream of seeing the great places he had read and learned about in school.  He contacted the local Air Force recruiter and that August was spent in basic training.

Eight years later he had completed a tour of Vietnam, spent a year in Korea, and had been temporarily assigned to Okinawa, Japan, and the Philippines.

Throughout his adult life Don had owned many motorcycles.  In 1999 he decided it was time to once again enjoy the freedom of the open road on two wheels.  He bought a Harley and met many new friends that shared a passion for riding.  He soon realized many of his new friends were Vietnam vets.

Don found that many of these vets were talking, amongst themselves, about their VN experiences.  This was a new experience for Don.  In 38 years he had never found anyone that really wanted to talk about those days. He found that the demons were coming out and even softening.

In 2010 he decided that he could and wanted to do more for Denver area Veterans.   He founded a new non-profit 501 (C) 3 organization called All About Vets (AAV).  AAV’s mission statement is:  Our mission is to provide support for, and promote awareness of, the needs of Veterans and their families, as well as the needs of those currently serving in the Armed Forces.  AAV worked with the Veterans Administration Selective Housing (VASH) program.  This program provided Denver area homeless vets a chance to get off the street and into apartments.  AAV then sought out donations of furniture, small appliances, bedding and non perishable food to help these vets.

Today Don remains very active in the Veteran’s community.  He hosts a Veteran’s web site (,) and he continues to meet and befriend other Vets who are also active and standing up for their brothers and sisters.

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Glenn Paige, MD

Dr. Glenn Paige was born in New Orleans, Louisiana and received his medical degree from Louisiana State University. He did an internship in internal medicine, followed by a residency in anesthesiology and fellowship in pain management at the University of Florida.  He remained a faculty member at the University and was a NASA space shuttle support physician for several years. In 1997, he left academics and went into private practice in Bradenton, Florida until moving to North Carolina in 2001. He has held numerous leadership positions including chief of staff, chief of surgery, and multiple medical directorships, and was a board member and executive leader of several hospitals. In addition, he has been very active with many charities including being an ambassador and/or a member of the board of directors for charities and 501(c)3 organizations. He also serves as a Blue and Gold Officer for the United States Naval Academy.


Andrew Steyn

Andrew is a native of Zimbabwe Africa. He immigrated to the USA 37 years ago and is a USA citizen.

Andrew was in the Army, in the Airborne Divisions of the Rhodesian Defense Force and the South African Defense Force completing 67 jumps with 29 operational. He is Sniper quantified and is a decorated foreign Veteran. Andrew has jumped with the Dutch, German, Canadian, Chec Republic, British and German special force operators and 101st, 82nd and Green Beret ( 5th Special Forces) in the USA. After graduating jump school, Andrew went on to be cross-trained as a pilot in the South African Air Force and graduated “Honor Man” of his flight class in 1980 and holds a 38-year record of completing his first solo flight in 6.25 hours.

Andrew holds 5 sets of foreign Jump wings and 3 sets of domestic and foreign pilot wings.


Robin Steyn

Robin is a native of Denver, Colorado. Robin grew up working in the family-owned restaurant business in the Denver area, which provided the means to give to charities. One of the charities landed Robin on Denver's Channel 9 news for a large donation given to Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon. This was the beginning of a lifelong journey to give and help charities. Robin has been a church camp leader and was part of a committee in Southlake Texas to provide Christmas to Foster children. Robin joined and worked for American Airlines for 10 years as a flight attendant on 4 difference makes models of aircraft. She retired to support the family with all their activities. She also went back to school and earned her real estate’s license and was managing up to 70 realtors for Keller Williams in Southlake Texas.

Robin is currently the CEO of Healthy Star Vending company a two-year start-up and also works part-time at a wedding venue where she is the Director of Sales at two locations.


Ryan Golden

Ryan co-founded Moasis in 2010 and currently serves

and the companies CEO and President. He has been a successful entrepreneur, consultant, restaurateur and

advertising executive. He has run and successfully

grown, several online consumer businesses. At Moasis he currently oversees the company’s strategic direction and product strategy for the company. He works closely with the corporate officers with day-to-day operations and

new product innovation.  Ryan is a contributing author to Media Post, Street Fight, Mobile Marketer and

Ryan started his career at Solomon Friedman Advertising and later Tribal DDB Worldwide in Chicago. While at Tribal DDB he worked directly under Paul Gunning (Current CEO of DDB Chicago) and Jim Lecinski (former Managing Director of the Central Region for Google) on several major accounts. Ryan was a team member for

McDonald’s first adult Internet initiative and first CRM national audit. Realizing his passion and capabilities as a savvy marketer with a unique aptitude for understanding consumer preferences, Ryan started his own marketing consulting company with a focus in hospitality in early 2001.


He quickly became known as one of the top creative

minds in Chicago’s hospitality business, working on

many top projects in the city. He was recruited in to serve

as the marketing director for Rockit Ranch Productions,

branding and marketing several of Chicago’s top



In late 2001, Ryan co-founded Alife Group, an

entertainment and marketing development company

which partnered many of the city’s leading

establishments with national accounts such as Anheuser-

Busch, E& J Gallo Wines, Diageo and others to promote

and execute campaigns and large-scale events. Alife

Group was also responsible for the branding and

marketing of Hard Drive in the Hyatt Regency Chicago in

2004, the first hybrid concept within a Hyatt hotel in the

The United States.

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