Marti Black, OM
I am Marti Black, originally born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah; home of the Rocky Mountains, fabulous recreation, and my wonderful extended family and friends. The Cashmere and Wenatchee area reminds me of where I grew up, yet with that small-town charm, and is why I chose to move me and my kids to the area.
My Past work experience includes the travel industry, therapy, education, business development large and small; All of which has given me a diverse spectrum of skills with people, problem solving capabilities, and financial planning.
I spend the majority of my free-time with my two teens; when I am not seeking knowledge in other ways. I am an advocate for continuous learning. I enjoy volunteering, not only to learn about my community, but also giving back to society by teaching and sharing what I have learned. I enjoy vegging on a good movie or sitcom, traveling, camping, and passionate about spending time with my family and close friends. I believe happiness is found in the balance we maintain with relationships we build throughout our lifetime.
A few mantras and life lessons I live by are:
“I am…” Chakra for grounding
“Do.. Or Do Not.. There is no Try.” Yoda
“I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold; Service was joy.” Rabindranath Tagore
Trish Scott, OA
I was originally born in Arkansas and raised in the Wenatchee Valley. Throughout my childhood years, I moved from East Wenatchee and settled in Monitor to where I completed my education in the Cashmere School District, then attended WVC.
I currently work and operate a childcare facility during the weekdays and work at RFC every Saturday. Previously, throughout my life, I have worked in the chiropractic field starting at age 19 years. My work with Dr. Thomas Koch, DC began in 2008 and with Andria Goff, DC starting in 2015.
In my free time, I enjoy being outdoors and helping others. Most of all, I love spending time with my family, especially my grandchildren.
Kimberley Chambers, LMT
Licensed Massage Therapist
Hi, my name is Kimberley, RFC’s new favorite Massage Therapist. I have lived in Wenatchee for 51 years. My parents moved here to open a restaurant when I was three years old. Growing up here I love and enjoy all the outdoor activities, mostly hiking and swimming, along with the small town feel.
I have always loved all aspects of self-care. In the past 8-years, I have practiced as a Master Esthetician; educating my clients on the importance of good skincare. In 2018, I decided to obtain and add Massage Therapy to my professional skillset by obtaining my LMT. I am drawn to help clients find relief from injuries they may have experienced and/or help them manage their stress and relax.
Since obtaining my Massage Therapy License, I have completed Training in; Reflexology, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Nutrition, and Pilates Instructor Training.
I love spending time with my family, friends, and 3 dogs. I value the importance of self-care. In my free-time, I do Pilates, strength training, hiking, and of course practice good skin-care.
Some of my favorite quotes:
“The best view comes after the hardest climb.” – Unknown
“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” – Gandhi
Vicky Stevens, OA
I am Vicky Stevens, born and raised in the Wenatchee Valley. I graduated from Entiat High School, where I met my husband, Greg. We have 2 children and 2 grandchildren.
I went to work for Buttrey-Osco right out of high school and worked there for 14 years; then moved onto working at the Chelan County Auditor’s Office, for the last 30 years until I retired.
After a couple years of retirement, I was asked to join the RFC Staff. I couldn’t have asked for a better place to work. I love the people I get to work with.
I enjoy my family time, and spending time outdoors, playing pickleball and quilting.
Every day may not be good; but there is something good in every day.
I am able to do all things through him who strengthens me.
Kim Belt, OA
I am Kim Belt, born and raised in Pennsylvania. I met my wonderful husband while we were serving together in the United States Air Force. After we completed our time in the service we decided to move back to his beautiful hometown of Wenatchee where we could be near his family and raise our children.
After my medical training in the military, I went on to work in business and accounting in the civilian world for many years. After taking some time off and spending several years traveling I am looking forward to putting my business skills to use again in a medical setting. I enjoy meeting a variety of people from all walks of life and being able to make someone’s day easier or more pleasant whenever possible. Please feel free to let me know how I can do that for you.
Outside of work I am a gym rat, a hiking fiend, and an avid backpacker. I love to spend time cooking, baking and training our dogs. While I am all about the hot weather and outdoor activities, I enjoy the colder days curled up at home; watching classic black and white movies.
Favorite Quotes for Life:
Never give up on a dream because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway. -Earl Nightingale
Direction is more important than speed. Many are going nowhere fast. -unknown
Love the life you live! -Bob Marley
Diane Jackson, OA
My name is Diane, I was born and lived in Wenatchee throughout my school-age years and attended school in the Eastmont School District. My first job was picking cherries; but I really enjoyed working at the local A&W in East Wenatchee during high school.
I later moved to North Seattle where I raised my boys while working many years in the Auto Industry as a title Clerk, where I learned how to work as a team player, problem-solver, and handle high stress conditions with a calm demeaner.
In 2018, I moved back to Wenatchee where I am happy to call my “home”. I enjoy spending time out with my girlfriends; scrapbooking; reading, and especially spending quality time with my son and his family.
My Favorite Quote: “If you want the rainbows, you have to go through the rain..”