Don Martone selected Edward Jones as a financial advisor to help professionals and business owners achieve more of what matters most to them. He delivers a holistic approach using an established process designed to help his clients grow, protect and transfer their wealth. Markets can be turbulent, so he cannot guarantee that tough times will never return, but he partners with his clients to help navigate the road toward achieving their long-term financial goals.
Raised in a family where money was always tight, he inherited a strong work ethic from his Italian immigrant father and learned how to invest at an early age to help relieve money anxieties at home. Early childhood experiences like these forged his passion to help others achieve their own financial goals, balance competing priorities, stay on track and live fulfilling lives. He does this by clearly explaining complex concepts, developing deep personal relationships and closely coordinating with other client advisors, including CPAs and attorneys, to help execute specific tax-smart strategies and estate considerations.
Don lives in Spring, TX, with his wife, Rhonda, a certified registered nurse anesthetist, and their award-winning Samoyed ‘children’. He spends his free time being with his family, playing golf, reading, volunteering within the community, working out with weights and enjoying his guitars. Professional certificates from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and Rice University demonstrate his commitment to helping his clients get better at winning this game called Life.
Cody Sundbeck is a Senior Vice President for Commercial Lending at First Financial Bank located in Spring, Texas. He has worked in the banking industry 20 years providing financial products and solutions for both commercial and consumer customers. Cody is an active volunteer, serving as a board member for the Spring Klein Chamber and an active member of the Woodlands Rotary Club. Cody lives in Spring, Texas with his two children. He enjoys spending time camping and supporting both children with school, softball, baseball, golf, and swimming.
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Board Member – Treasurer
Cameron Cruise began her role as the Community Development Coordinator in March 2019 at 5 Point Credit Union. She works closely with the local schools districts from Spring ISD to Conroe ISD teaching Financial Education and Junior Achievement.
Cameron holds a B.S. in Marketing and Management from Oklahoma State University and an M.S. in Community Development from the School of Architecture at Prairie View A&M University. She currently serves on the Executive Board of Directors as the Treasurer for the Spring Klein Chamber of Commerce.
Her past and present service work has included a number of community and civil rights organizations, such as, NAACP, Black Youth Vote Texas Coordinator, Brownfield Development Intern, Houston Area Urban League Young Professionals, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Cameron resides in Spring, Texas with her husband, Avery Cruise, where they met.
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Tabita Stomberg works at FastSigns of The Woodlands as a Visual Communications Expert. She has worked in Sales industry for over 6 years and in management for 17 years. Tabita is an active volunteer, with her ministries. One of her ministries is over 8 years and 2 just stated this year. She enjoys spending time with her large family, fishing, hunting, working out.
Spring Fire Department Communications Director Tracee Evans joined the Spring Klein Chamber board in 2021. An accomplished broadcaster, communicator and attorney, Tracee spent more than two decades in Texas radio news, including stints as a bureau chief for the Texas State News Network and as a reporter/editor/anchor at heritage Texas radio stations WOAI, KTSA and KTRH. After leaving KTRH, Tracee joined the staff of U.S. Congressman Kevin Brady, running his communications department for a decade. A former Texas Radio Journalist of the Year, Tracee has earned numerous honors from the Texas AP, Radio Television News Directors Association, Houston Press Club and multiple Women in Communications National Clarion Awards. She also earned a Golden Microphone and Golden Hardhat for her work in Congress and was on the Dean’s List in graduate school and law school.
Tracee and her husband, Larry, raised two daughters, Elizabeth and Katharine, who have both completed their MFAs. Tracee earned a Masters Degree in Communications and a Juris Doctorate. A licensed Texas attorney, Tracee has been a member of the Texas Bar College for several years. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, traveling, and making music.
Ex Officio Board Member
Rebecca Ramsey worked in banking for ten years and decided to change career paths after graduating from Lone Star College in 2010. She currently works for Clear Channel Outdoor selling billboard space. She takes her passion of meeting people to help grow the business in Houston and its surrounding cities. She is an active member in NAPW, USBG, Spring-Klein Chamber of Commerce and was recently featured as a 2017 Influential Women in Business. After joining the Spring-Klein Chamber of Commerce in 2016 she realized there was a need to help the community and with a group of friends adopted a girl’s home to help meet their needs. They help to provide meals, take donations for clothes along with other various items and visit the girls to encourage them and show them that people truly care. “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou. She lives in Conroe, TX with her husband and four children and enjoys reading and writing in her spare time.
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