Meet the Team
Meet our team of Angels
Len & Helen
Len and Helen Nicwonger were married September 22, 1984. They have one daughter, one son and four grandsons. Len works for Petro Supply as a territory manager and has been with them for 20 years. Helen has a Bachelors in Psychology and Masters in Academic Advising. She retired from Harford Community College where she worked as a Student Development Specialist.
Both Len and Helen enjoy spending time with their family, nature and the outdoors.
Len loves to hunt, fish, shoot sporting clays, target shoot, and play golf. He has been hunting and fishing for over 50 years. Helen loves long walks on the beach, hiking, yoga, gardening, crocheting, sewing and reading.
Timothy & Jessica
Timothy and Jessica Curran first met while attending elementary school in Philadelphia. Fifteen years later, they were married in 2015. Tim and Jessica have two children, one boy and one girl.
Tim is a veteran of the Marine Corps, having served eight years on active duty and two deployments to Iraq. As a disabled veteran, Tim has a soft spot in his heart for all disabled veterans and children with disabilities and volunteers with both the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Shriners Hospitals for Children. He is a graduate of Rutgers University with a Masters in Public Administration and continues his public service with the federal government. Tim enjoys fishing with his kids, hunting big game, and spending time with Jessica.
Jessica is a chef by trade and a certified dietary manager. Jessica currently serves as the Director of Culinary Services for a local corporation. Jessica enjoys crafting and painting with the kids, spending time outdoors and traveling.
Racheau “Ray” D.
Ray is a retired US Army disabled veteran, having served over 16 years. He couldn’t wait to volunteer when Len, (through a referral from Bishop Roger Tatuem of Helping Hands Ministries), presented him with the opportunity to support this awesome effort. Ray earned a BS in Computer Science from the US Military Academy at West Point. He graduated with a Masters in Cybersecurity from UMUC. Ray recently retired from federal service after 30 years. Having a passion for hunting and fishing, and supporting various past charities, Ray saw volunteering with God’s Outdoor Angels Foundation as chance to personally help offer the pleasure of hunting and fishing to fellow disabled veterans and seriously ill children. Ray is a volunteer Firearms Education and Safety Instructor. He also has a passion for photography.
As an active deacon at Helping Hands Ministries in Churchville, MD, Ray faithfully serves with the media ministry, demonstrating his love for God and his brothers and sisters in Christ. In addition to enjoying precious moments with his lovely wife of 33 years and family, Ray is committed to God’s Outdoor Angels Foundation.