The Extreme Family Outreach Team
Meet Our Team
Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors are volunteers who dedicate their time to better our community.
Fueled by a passion for working with children, Steve Gambril has been an accomplished Magician, Ventriloquist, and Award-winning Balloon Artist for the last thirty years. After meeting his wife Marlyn, a desire to help children in under-served communities was sparked and Extreme Family Outreach was born. Steve is President and co-founder of EFO, he also is a board member of The Harford County Department of Social Services, Licensed Minister, Journeyman machinist, certified balloon artist, and certified through the "Choose Love Movement" which is a social emotional learning program. Steve's philosophy is to build relationships with children letting them know they are important, they are loved and God has a purpose for their lives.
Frank Wilhelm is a professional tractor trailer driver, American Legion member and yearly volunteer for the Special Olympics. He has served with Extreme Family Outreach for the last fifteen years as both a board member and site volunteer. His hope is to see each child impacted by our program so that they may make choices that benefit their future.
Coral Phillips is President of Allied-Phillips, Inc. and is a member of the Route 40 Business Association. She has been involved with Extreme Family Outreach for more than five years and loves the impact the program makes in the community. Her involvement with EFO allows her to spread God’s love by comforting and supporting families in need.
George Majchrzak is Owner and President of G&M Automotive. He has been involved with Extreme Family Outreach for over five years, giving his time and resources to “change the direction of youth in the community”. He is also involved with the Harford County Christian Jail Ministry, Mountain Christian Hasslingers Veterans Organization and Beachmont Christian Camps.
Greg Bowser is a Certified Financial Planner and President of Safe Harbor Retirement Planners. He is a member of the Maryland Golf & Country Club, Bush River Yacht Club and has served with Extreme Family Outreach for the last seven years. He says he is “proud to be a part of an organization that does more per dollar to help the underserved communities along the Route 40 corridor than any other government or community organization”.
Mark Butler is a self-employed Plumber and “drain surgeon”. He has been involved with Extreme Family Outreach for almost 20 years and says his involvement is fueled by his desire to see the children in these communities thrive and succeed.
Holly K. McComas is a 6th generation funeral director with McComas Funeral Home. She is a graduate of Edgewood High School and Salisbury State University. She is active with the Maryland State Funeral Directors Association and many other national professional organizations as well as a member of the Rt. 40 Business Association. Holly finds joy in working with EFO helping many local families through faith, hope and love, truly values she has lived with and enjoys sharing with others.
Tony Brown has been married to his lovely wife Alisa since 1986 and the couple has two grown children. They have been dedicated members of Mountain Christian Church since 2002. Tony has been an Erie Insurance agent with his families locally owned and operated insurance agency, Horsham & Associates since 2003. Tony has a special interest in assisting students with admission to our local Christian summer camps. He enjoys serving others and contributing to honorable causes but says his passion and purpose is sharing the love of God and knowledge of his son Jesus with his granddaughter Olivia and all people wherever he goes.
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