Board Members

Tom Bambury, President, Turnbow FoundationTom Bambury, MBA — President

Thomas Bambury was born in San Francisco and raised in Santa Cruz, California. He is the son of Judith (Turnbow) Reinartz, the Turnbow Foundation’s namesake.  After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Finance from Golden Gate University, Tom and his family relocated to Arizona to pursue a career in corporate finance. Realizing the importance of education he went back to school in Phoenix and earned his MBA while working full-time and raising his daughters.

Tom is currently employed in corporate finance for a local semiconductor firm and is President of the Turnbow Foundation, where he handles all the financial aspects of the Foundation. Through the foundation he hopes to continue his mother’s philanthropic dreams.

Marilyn Joyce – Program Director

Marilyn Joyce was born in San Franciso, but has been here in Arizona for almost 20 years.  She is the daughter of Judith (Turnbow) Reinartz, the Turnbow Foundation’s namesake.  She has been actively involved in both the business and philanthropic communities in Arizona as an entrepreneur, she has taken an active role on many community boards and it has given her the opportunity to do business and to give back to the communities in which she serves.   Marilyn works to create community partnerships and fundraising events to promote the mission of the Turnbow Foundation and help in reaching the goals set by her mother.

jeannieJeannie Dreyfus, Community Member

Jean (Turnbow) Dreyfus was born in San Francisco to an electrician and a housewife, Bill and Dorothy Turnbow. The baby of the family by ten years, Jeannie was quite spoiled by her brother Bob and sister Judy, who went on to found the Turnbow Foundation.

Jeannie was lucky enough to follow her dream and travel around the country with Shipstad & Johnson’s Ice Follies in the early 1970s. Jean never had children of her own, but now brags three grandchildren from two stepsons. She has been married to her husband Blair for over 20  years.

It’s not an easy decision to leave the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area but Blair and Jean are transitioning and plan to eventually relocate full time to their beautiful home in Goodyear, Arizona. “I loved my sister very much and I’m so proud to be a part of her Turnbow Foundation.”