The Dennis Stoot Scholarship Fund

Dennis Stoot was born to Mildred & Felix Stoot in Houston, Texas on March 25, 1970. He was not only the Godfather to our organization's Founder, Maranda Evans, but her role model, teacher, and protector. From elementary school to college, Dennis was an academic scholar and football player. He attended Lamar High School and received a full scholarship to University of Houston. Even after an injury that caused Dennis to hang up his football jersey, he continued to excel academically. 

Dennis Stoot passed away due to heart failure on September 25, 2007. The Troubled Movement has created a scholarship in his honor to celebrate the wisdom and knowledge he instilled while he was here. May his legacy live on through thousands of students and academic scholars  to come.

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 Dennis Stoot and Founder Maranda Evans. A Godfather to one, but a role model to many.

Dennis Stoot and Founder Maranda Evans. A Godfather to one, but a role model to many.


The Bill Roberton Education Fund

William "Bill" Roberton has been a supporter of The Troubled Movement since its origin. Bill is a Certified Public Accountant and Chief Financial Officer of Royal Management Group, Mainstream Establishments, and Air Smoothie, Inc.; the biggest franchisee companies of Smoothie King. Bill is a mentor, devoted father of two beautiful girls, and loving husband. He's also really funny and anyone who talks to him will always have a smile.

The Bill Roberton Education Fund will allow TTM to pay for educational activities, trips, and resources needed to further education and its awareness.

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The Randy Evans Survivor Fund

Randy Alexander Evans, father to Founder Maranda Evans, was born January 1, 1969 in Madisonville, Texas. Randy was best known for his cowboy persona and big smile with the gold tooth “R” in the front. Unfortunately, Randy’s life was short-lived when he was murdered by his girlfriend on March 14, 2004 when Maranda was only 11 years-old. Randy left behind his children, mother, sisters, brother, and a host of nieces and nephews. His legacy lives on with the #PurpleForRandy hashtag started by his daughter, Maranda, where friends and family wear purple on March 14, 2004 every year.

Domestic violence is fatal and we are here to make a change. Although Randy Evans didn’t survive, we are dedicated to save millions in his honor. Donate today to save an abuse victim.

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 Executive Assistant Jalika Mercer and son Orion rock #PurpleForRandy

Executive Assistant Jalika Mercer and son Orion rock #PurpleForRandy


The Dave McMahon Entrepreneurship Fund

David “Dave” McMahon has been the #1 investor, visionary, and supporter of The Troubled Movement, Inc. since it was only an idea written on a sheet of paper. As Chief Executive Officer of Royal Management Group, Mainstream Establishments, and Air Smoothie, Inc., the biggest Smoothie King Franchisee in the U.S., and mentor to Maranda Evans, McMahon holds an exemplary level of knowledge and wisdom in the entrepreneurial segment. He met Maranda when she was 16-years-old working at one of his many Smoothie King stores. It was then that he recognized her ambition, determination, and heart for service. Besides playing golf and hanging with his Akita & Huskie Mix, Lacey; McMahon loves to support the community and our millennial generation. The Troubled Movement will always show great appreciation to the man who believed in our vision, mission, and purpose.

The Dave McMahon Entrepreneurship Fund will be used to assist youth entrepreneurs that are determined to follow their dreams and start their own business, organization, or brand. As an entrepreneur himself and #1 supporter of TTM, we would like to show appreciation to Mr. McMahon by “passing the torch” of giving to our youth as he gave to us.

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 Dave McMahon and Maranda Evans at the book signing of her first book, Troubled. - April 2014

Dave McMahon and Maranda Evans at the book signing of her first book, Troubled. - April 2014