Kristy Fultz is a billing specialist by day, but when she clocks out, her true passion comes alive in the form of being a team “mom” for the Catoosa softball team.
“I’ve always tried to help with my kids’ sports whenever I can,” Fultz said. “I want to help however I can to make sure that the kids and coaches can concentrate on the game, rather than the behind-the-scenes details.
“Sometimes that means helping in the concession stand, working with sponsors for fundraising, or downloading music for walk up songs,” Fultz continued. “It just depends on the day and what the need is. If it’s not something I can do, I do my best to find someone who can.”
True to the nature of those who volunteer, Fultz was reluctant to talk about what sets her apart when it comes to helping others.
“I don’t like to brag on myself,” she said. “When I ask my kids, they say I’m creative, organized, and not afraid to step up when something needs to be done. Most everything I do, I wouldn’t be able to do without the support of my family.”
In her free time, Fultz said she loves to read and spend time with family and friends. She said whenever her kids graduate from Catoosa High School, she’ll still try to help whenever she can.
“We have a great group of girls this year, and my son plays baseball for the eighth grade,” she said. “I hope to see them develop as a team in order to come back stronger next year.”