Originally started by Connie and Gary Crumbaker in 2007, Special Needs Network has always been run by people with a dedication to the disability community. Since then, we consistently strive to get to know our clients and do everything in our power to help them thrive. As of 2020, the company is now run by Scott Feavel, a Colorado Native and former ARC board member. Under his management, Special Needs Network has a staff dedicated to care and continued education and the company has grown to triple its original client size. We are proud to continue serving the Colorado disability community.

Scott Feavel is a Colorado Native, graduating from Arvada West High School and then attending University of Northern Colorado and Red Rocks Community college in Lakewood.


Scott had owned and operated Ecographics Printing locally for thirty-two years until he acquired Special Needs Network in mid-2020. Scott has a long history of community service, spending ten years as a firefighter in Wheat Ridge, seven years as a volunteer at Children’s Hospital of Colorado, ten years as a volunteer for The Arc – Jefferson, Clear Creek & Gilpin Counties, and two years as a board member of The Arc. Special Needs Network has given him the opportunity to serve the needs of the marginalized disability community by providing them with needed supplies. He enjoys being physically active through hiking, golf and other sports but loves spending time with his children and grandchildren.

Sarah Sirker has family roots in New Orleans, but has lived in Colorado since 2019. She has a passion for cultivating community and disability advocacy for Autistic folks like her and others


in the disability community. She enjoys writing, butterfly collecting, and her cats.

Margaret Stretcher grew up on a farm in Northern Colorado. Her youngest brother, Levi, has Down Syndrome so Margaret has been involved with the disability community her whole life.


Currently, Margaret loves studying language and traveling whenever she can.

Dana Dack is originally from Sterling, Colorado, but grew up in Wyoming. After spending her adult years in Chicago, IL. with her husband, they bought an RV and traveled the country full 


time for six years. It was experiencing the diversity of this country that drew her to more people-oriented careers. Special Needs Network fit that bill. She now lives in her tour bus with her husband Mike, and bulldog Charlie.

Sarah Danneman is originally from Iowa, but has lived in Colorado for over twenty years. Her family ties to the disability community created an enthusiasm for working within the


disability community. She enjoys crafting, metalworking, and living in the mountains with her miniature Dachshund, Falkor.