Danny Bryant elected to ACF Board of Directors
The Arizona Community Foundation’s Board of Directors recently elected Danny Bryant to the board. Bryant was elected during the Board’s January meeting and will begin his term in April of 2019. ACF Board members serve three-year terms, renewable up to two times.
Bryant serves as the President and CEO of Pacesetter Home Centers in Yuma. He started Pacesetter Homes, LLC in 1981 and he and his family continue to own and operate the manufactured housing dealership. In his current role, Bryant is responsible for managing and directing the staff and all business operations.
Bryant remains active in the Yuma community and serves as the Chairman of the Board at the 1st Bank Yuma, and is a Commissioner for the Yuma County Planning and Zoning Commission.
During his 42 years as a member of Yuma’s business community Bryant has participated with organizations including the Crossroads Mission, Boys and Girls Club, Salvation Army, Chamber of Commerce, and many others. He and his wife Susan received the 2017 Philanthropists of the Year award at the 18th annual Heart of Yuma awards ceremony, sponsored by ACF of Yuma. Bryant was also honored by the Yuma Sun
as the 2018 Yuma County Citizen of the Year.
“Danny’s community awareness and philanthropic knowledge, along with his compassion and engagement, make him a tremendous asset for the Arizona Community Foundation Board,” said Shelley Cohn, chair of the ACF Board of Directors. “His unique professional experience combined with his knowledge of and passion for the Yuma community will make him a valuable Board member.”
Bryant and his wife Susan reside in Yuma on their family ranch where they enjoy spending time with their four children, 19 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.