Peach Cunningham
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Mary Margaret Tutera Cunningham (known as Peaches) has served as Vice President of The Farmer’s House, Inc since its formation in 2005. The Farmer’s House was the brainchild of Peaches and her husband, David Cunningham. Peaches comes from a background of banking and adult-care administration. Peaches received her BA from Williams Woods College. In 1984 she began her community involvement with the KC Junior League and was presented at the 1984 BOTAR Ball, and has continued her service to the community through The American Royal. Peaches was a vice-president with Central Bank and specialized in bookkeeping and customer service. Peaches changed career directions when her family opened The Atriums, a luxury senior living community. She was executive director and is currently the executive director of Carnegie Village in Belton, another Tutera Family Community. In 1996, Peaches found herself a happy mother of a son, John David. In 1998, she was forced to realize that John David had received a diagnosis of autism. It was at this moment that her life was changed forever. Since that time, Peaches has been a relentless activist for children with developmental issues. She immersed herself in her son’s therapy at The Children’s Spot, where she served for over five years as its president, and currently holds a position on its advisory board. She held a position on the board of directors of The Autism-Asberger’s Resource Center and the Bi-State Initiative of Kansas and Missouri, formed to foster a collaborative effort for the two states to work together on autism initiatives. She has also been a positive force and support of the G.R.A.M.S. (Grandmothers Raising Autism Money) program. Peaches has also been an active member of other organizations, including being president of The Prairie School PTA and vice-president of the board of the Belton Chamber of Commerce.


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