President Vice President Secretary
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Rev. Don Coleman Davey Green Anna Green

Anna Green, Secretary, from Lincoln, NE has been with M.A.D. DADS of Lincoln since 2011. She is married to Dave and has 3 children: Kaetlyn, Destaney and Devin. She works fulltime caring for her friends and young children. She grew up in Wilber NE until 1993, when her family moved to Lincoln. She graduated from

Lincoln Northeast High School in 1995 and moved back to Wilber in 1997 where she resided with her family until 2004.

She loves to read and do cross stitch. She works as our secretary and runs errands when necessary for all the guys. We love having her and look forward to working with her in the future.


Davey Green, Vice President, is originally from Oklahoma and has lived in Nebraska for over 15 years. He is married to Anna and has 3 children: Kaetlyn, Destaney and Devin.

Dave grew up in foster care from the age of 4 and knows what it is like to come from nothing; so he has a great appreciation for what M.A.D. Dads is all about. Dave enjoys helping kids and seeing their faces when they receive a new bike. Dave is very mechanically inclined and loves to tinker

on just about everything.

Dave has been with M.A.D. Dads for almost 2 years. Dave started off volunteering in the shop, working on bikes and became a great salesman. Dave was promoted to shop foreman and quickly became Vice President. Dave was a great asset with the Christmas program in 2011 and he has continued to work to improve the program for 2012. We are grateful to have him and look forward to working with him in the future.


Rev. Don Coleman is a graduate of Doane College, and awarded membership in The Pinnacle (national honor society for non-traditional students), Who's Who in American Colleges & Universities, and the Alumni Senior Award. He holds a Honorary Associate Degree in Applied Science and a Business Administration Degree from Lincoln School of Commerce.

Modern Woodmen of America recognized Rev. Don Coleman as a Hometown Hero on September 17th, 2012. He received the Lincoln Inter-faith Council Leadership Award (1997), and was named University of Nebraska Forensic Speaker of the Year. He was awarded the Optimist Friend of Youth (1999) and was sleected as a Community Hero Torch Bearer for the 1996 Olympic Games.

In 1995, Rev. Coleman was awarded the Local & District Service to Mankind Award by the Greater Lincoln District Sertoma International Organization. He received the first of three gold keys to the city of Lincoln, Nebraska from Mayor Mike Johanns and the second for the work MADDADS did in the city of Lincoln. He was honored as the United Way Volunteer of the Year.

Rev. Coleman was senior chaplain for the Lincoln Police and Fire Departments. SFC Coleman is a retired disabled Vietnam Vet. He received the Individual Meritorious Service Award, the Army Commendation Medal from The Nebraska Army National Guard and one Meritorious Unit Citation for his service in Vietnam. Rev. Coleman was

also Chaplain for the Vietnam Veterans of America in Lincoln.

Rev. Coleman and his wife, Ann, were the 1999smallPres (22K) Nebraska Parents of the Year and National Parents of the Year in 2000 followed by a third Gold Key to the city of Lincoln from Mayor Don Wesely. In 2001 Rev. Coleman was honored in Who's Who Among African Americans. He was selected as the 2009 & 2010 Hall of Famer Buck O'Neil Legacy Seat Recipient. In 2011 he was selected as the Dr. Marin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian of the Year for Nebraska and inducted in the Hazel G. Scott Midle School wall of honor.

In 2012 Rev. Coleman was selected as the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. humanitarian of the year by the 21st Century Lions Club of Lincoln

Rev. Coleman's Old Time Gospel Program can be heard on Sunday nights from 8pm to midnight on KFOR radio (12.40 AM) and