Improve the lives of the local foster and displaced children by supporting the family unit and creating a bond that unites the families and provides a sense of normalcy.
A nurturing environment of support for local foster and displaced children.
We uphold a commitment to treat all children with respect and dignity. Empathy and integrity are the core values that drive our organization. We strive to make a difference - one child at a time.
Seawolf Privateers, Inc is a local non-profit 501c3 organization that raises money to help foster and displaced children in a variety of situations including providing events and social activities. We are a group of local residents who enjoy dressing in pirate garb, creating an environment for the children where they feel safe and unafraid, but also cherished and part of something bigger. We are known for our signature murder mystery fundraisers as well as our participation in many county festivals bringing smiles to the children in our area as well as spreading awareness of our organization and further promoting our cause.
Captain Alan Scabbard, (Tim Brinegar), and his wife, Cayti started this non-profit organization in 2021 here in Flagler County. Tim's experience pirating, coupled with his knowledge of history and lore, makes him the perfect captain of this krewe.
Captain Alan Scabbard
As the Founder and Captain of our Krewe, Tim brings his love of pirate history, foster children, and his service integrity to lead this board and krewe. During Tim’s career, he worked as a Master Technician and Operations Manager for Mazda Corp, a contract officer for the Bureau of Prisons, a driver and technician of a sprint car racing team, and an owner of two successful businesses. He has also studied martials arts in the form of AIKIDO since the age of 14. This vast background and expertise have equipped him to be a knowledgeable leader driven by a strong sense of morals.
In combination with his extensive business skills, Tim is well qualified to be our Captain, with the necessary traits for the operation of the Seawolf organization. For over 16 years, Tim has been involved in pirating and reenactments as a hobby. He used his passion for history to guide him in creating this organization that provides a great service to the community.
Most importantly, Tim has had experience as a foster parent for several years here in Florida before adopting two teenage daughters out of the foster care system. His time being a foster parent and raising two girls from the system gives him valuable insight into the needs of the foster children in our community. He and his wife, Cayti, founded the Seawolf Privateers with the hope of serving the community by contributing to the social and emotional wellbeing of those children in foster care.
Ann Marie Rumplick (Black Heart Ann)
A retired railroad conductor from Long Island, NY, Ann Marie moved to Palm Coast in May of 2020. Having been involved in various organizations over the years she became Vice President of the Central Islip Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary and was President of the Parent Association of Our Lady of Wisdom Regional School in Port Jefferson, NY. During her time there, she also volunteered as assistant director and costumer for the school drama productions working with children from kindergarten through the 8th grade. She came on board with a passion for helping children in the community and hopes to be able to arrange some outreach to local children’s hospitals for the pirates to visit the children there and bring smiles to their faces during a difficult time. Ann Marie’s bubbly personality and her huge heart for service makes her a valuable asset to the Seawolf Privateers’ Board of Directors.
A dedicated educator of over three decades, spent the majority of her life in Maryland before relocating to Palm Coast in 2021. However, her connection to Palm Coast dates back even further, as she has been visiting the area since 2002. Her notable journey in the field of education encompassed various roles, ranging from nurturing young minds as a kindergarten and first-grade teacher to seamlessly integrating technology into the learning process as a Technology Integration Teacher. With a passion for fostering the growth of children, Jodi's trajectory eventually led her to conclude her impactful career as an elementary school principal. Beyond her professional endeavors, she finds immense joy in exploring the enchantment of Walt Disney World, playing Mahjong with friends, enjoying a good book, hitting the golf course to unwind, and cherishing quality moments with her family.
Joey started her career as an auditor, for (at the time) one of
the ‘Big 8’ accounting firms and retired as the Deputy Chief Financial Officer of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. She is
a retired CPA, from the Washington, D.C. area. She moved to Florida in December 2005, and to Palm Coast in October 2018. Over the years she has been involved with many
non-profits and today in addition to the Seawolf Privateers, she volunteers at the Gabriel House of Care (on the Women’s Board of Directors), the St. Augustine Lighthouse, the Palm Coast Historical Society, and the Giving Store in Flagler County. Over the years, she has been involved with children, including reading programs and sponsoring exchange students from South America. Her mantra is “the most precious thing I have to give is my time” and it is a privilege to serve on the Board of Directors of the Seawolf Privateers.
Cayti Brineger (Lady Catherine)
Having lived in Flagler County since 1992, Cayti has been a long-time resident of Palm Coast. She raised her three daughters here and has deep roots in our community. After graduating from Daytona State College with a degree in Sign Language Interpreting for the Deaf, Cayti has worked in a variety of areas including educational, medical, and community interpreting. For the last 20 years, she has served with several of our nonprofit charities in town, and as Executive Director for a transition home for single women and children here in Flagler. Cayti has the heart of a servant and is always happy to help and serve others however she can. She brings her organizational and leadership skills to this Board of Directors, as well as her passion and heart for helping others.
Lee Filipe (Tia Lee)
Lee started her career in NJ doing corporate events such as national expos and conferences. After moving to Las Vegas she found the passion to work in the wonderful world of nonprofits. For 18 years she served some of the community's membership-based associations and nonprofits- from 1 employee (herself), to 50. She also co-founded an animal welfare nonprofit (100% volunteer-led), while simultaneously doing social and nonprofit events through her business Black Tie Events.
Since moving to Palm Coast, she had been looking to get more involved with community nonprofits and for the last 4 years has inspired a pet-themed art auction and helped with various golf tournaments for local animal nonprofits, created a Duck Dash for a local childhood cancer nonprofit, redesigned live gala-caliber events into virtual events during the Covid years, and produced MONOPOLY Tournaments- a signature event to benefit a different charity every year. Her goal was always to become a part of a nonprofit board so she could do even more good in the community. Lee follows a servant leadership model and is thrilled to find Seawolf Privateers who are like-minded people and understand the concept of volunteering in the community. So here she is because her wish came true!
Retired after a 40-year career in the Collision Repair Industry, Debbie moved to Palm Coast 5 years ago with her husband George. Between them, they have 5 children and 7 grandchildren. Debbie was raised in Orlando Fl and lived there most of her life. While employed she worked with a non-profit organization, Women's Industry Network (WIN) for 14 years. First, as a member of the Scholarship Committee, and later chair of
that committee, she led the design and implementation of Standard Operating Procedures that would serve as the committee guidelines. She served on the Board of Directors for 6 years where she gained exposure to ideas and strategies. In 2022 she was named the Most Influential Woman for the Collision Industry by WIN.
Debbie loves children and has always said that "children only get one childhood". Let's make it the best one possible.