Anne is in her seventh year as a Community Coach for the cross-country and track team. Anne was a swimmer at SUNY Potsdam and Clarkson University, where she earned All American Honors and was admitted to the SUNY Potsdam Hall of Fame. Anne ran cross-country and track during high school.
Anne moved to Peachtree City with her husband and two children in 2002. Both children have attended school in the Starr’s Mill School District. Her husband, Mike, works at Yamaha Manufacturing Motor Company. Their daughter, Nicole, is attending the University of Georgia, and Matthew graduated from Starr’s Mill. Anne’s coaching certifications and accomplishments include:
Jeanette and Matt Duben have been married for 28 years and have lived in Florida, Alaska, Washington, and Texas, but have called Peachtree City home for the past 16 years. They have 15 year old triplets who are sophomores at Starr’s Mill. Their boys, Jake and Ty, both compete on the Starr’s Mill cross-country and track and field teams. Lea’s passion is softball, and she competes on the Starr’s Mill softball team as well as playing on the EC Bullet’s competitive travel team.
Jeanette has a Master’s degree in Business Administration and works as an independent Human Resources consultant. She also serves on her community association board and the Panther Fast Pitch Softball board. She enjoys spending time traveling with the family, gardening, and staying active outdoors.
Jill Turnier, Vice President
Jennifer Hynes, Secretary & Communications
Don Livingston, Community Coach
Mike Dobso, President
Mike Dobso has lived in Fayetteville with his family for the past 10 years. Previously they lived in Florida, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. Mike and his wife of 23 years, Kim, stay busy raising their three children, including Megan, a freshman at Starr’s Mill who competes in both cross country and track. Mike has worked as an air traffic controller for 25 years, including the past 10 years at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.
A longtime runner, Mike has completed numerous marathons and oodles of shorter races. He is starting his fifth year as a coach with PTC Flash youth cross country team.
Taylor Sweeney was born and raised in Fayette County, growing up in Tyrone with a sister and two brothers. He played baseball, basketball, and a bit of football in high school.
After earning degrees in education and history from Clayton State University, Taylor began teaching at Starr’s Mill High School in special education. He has coached basketball for three years at SMHS, girls lacrosse for two years, and track & field for one season.
Taylor’s aims in coaching focus on maintaining a positive environment for athletes.
“I try to use humor to lighten the mood, and I do not take myself too seriously,” he says. “I feel like our student athletes have more on their plates than ever before, and sports should be an outlet for them to relieve stress and enjoy themselves. I also stress team work, dedication, and commitment. I want our athletes to learn lessons in cross country that will serve them well both here and wherever else they may end up.”
Taylor’s two brothers are also teachers and coaches at high schools in Fayette County.
More details coming.
Jeanette Duben, Treasurer
Austin Enriquez graduated in 2007 from Starr’s Mill High School, where he competed in track and field. He ran cross-country for and graduated from the University of West Alabama (UWA) with a Bachelor of Science in Biology Comprehensive. Austin continued his distance career by coaching the UWA women’s cross-country team for two years. Austin currently works as a paraprofessional at Starr's Mill High School.
Austin’s college race times include PRs of 15:23 for the 5,000 meters, 25:12 for the 8,000 meters, and 32:22 for the 10,000 meters.
Anne Chrzanowski, Community Coach
Don has been a community coach since 2008, He has coached and competed at all levels: post collegiate, college, high school, and youth. He has coached Starr’s Mill athletes and local youth teams, as well as serving as a coach and instructor at Nike Running Camps.
Don ran track and cross country in high school (Klein Forest, Houston, TX), in college (Georgia Tech), and post collegiately for club teams including Nike- Cincinnati and Atlanta Track Club. While at Georgia Tech, he competed in XC, indoor track, and outdoor track all 5 years. His PRs are:
8:53 for 2 mile
8:55 for 3K steeplechase
14:42 for 5K
25:05 8K cross country
30:59 for 10K cross country
Don is active in the running community as runner, track fan, and meet director. He has travelled to over 10 NCAA National Championships, 5 US Olympic Trails, and was a track volunteer at the 1996 Olympic games. He has been a meet director for more than 20 XC meets: Starr’s Mill Panther XC Invite (5 years), Region XC championships, USATF-GA youth XC, Elementary XC championship, and GA High school meet of Champions.
Don and his wife, Wendy, have lived in Peachtree City since 1993. They have two children, Rebekah, SMHS class of 2013, and Reed, SMHS class of 2016. Reed was a 4-year letterman in both track and cross country for Starr’s Mill. Both attend the University of Georgia. Don graduated from Georgia Tech with a Bachelor's in Chemical Engineering and an MBA. He works for AT&T in sales.
Jennifer Hynes and Chad Lohman have been married for 20 years and have lived in Peachtree City for eleven years. Their son Devin, a senior, runs cross country and competes in high jump and distance events for Starr's Mill. Colin, who ran cross country and threw javelin while attending Starr's Mill, is a sophomore at Tennessee Technological University.
Jennifer is a lifelong runner who coached youth track and cross-country with Peachtree City Flash, helping Chad while he was the team's head cross-country coach. Now she enjoys trail running and is working to improve her cycling and swimming skills to compete in triathlons. She teaches college English at Georgia Military College (Fayetteville campus) and the University of Phoenix Online.