Community Involvement

Faller, Davis & Associates, Inc. supports corporate citizenship/community involvement on both the corporate and individual level.


Nicole Cribbs, CE, joined volunteers in Central Florida to rescue endangered plants from a scrub terrain.

Ed Jarem, PE, PTOE, continues annual instruction of Rigorous Enriching Academic Challenges (REACH) fifth grade students at Red Bug Elementary School in Seminole County. He teaches two class periods each year. The first class presents information on the different engineering careers they could pursue. The second class teaches real world math by demonstrating how a speed study is conducted using a radar gun to determine the appropriate speed limit for the roadway.

Doug Petty, PE, PTOE, has served as a Winter Springs Baseball Babe Ruth, COBRA, and All-star coach for the past three seasons.

Rich Jardim, PE, PTOE, has served as a South Lake Youth Sports Tee-Ball coach for the past three seasons.

Matt Steen, PE, is a licensed soccer coach who has volunteered with Central Florida soccer clubs since 2005.

Kevin Carey, PE, PTOE, is the Achievements Chairman for Boy Scout Troop 20, which is part of the Central Florida Scout Council.

Tammy Kreisle, PE, has been a Girl Scout leader for ten years for Troop 203. She works with the girls to obtain their Bronze Award, provide community service, take life changing trips, and to gain life experiences. Most recently the Troop took a trip to Tennessee where the girls had the opportunity to white water raft, zipline, horseback ride, and enjoy tubing down the Ocoee River. Community service efforts have included performing yearly beach cleanups; making donations of time and supplies to the Ronald McDonald House; purchasing and donating Christmas gifts to families on a local Angel Tree; making pillow cases for Conquer Cancer, where they help brighten the room of cancer patients. Annual camping trips have helped the girls become proficient at planning for the trip, setting up camp, making meals, and cleanup.


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