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Drawing on nearly two decades of business leadership experience, Randy Eastburg founded Valley Ridge Roofing and Construction in 2010 and has since grown it into a company that generates over $3 million per year in sales. When he isn’t focused on growing the business, Randy Eastburg enjoys attending Dallas Stars games.

In addition to putting forth a quality product on the ice, the Stars organization seeks to stand out as a community leader in regard to charitable activities and programs. The Dallas Stars Foundation, for example, operates a variety of health and education programs and awards scholarships to deserving students. The players make an effort to engage in the community as well. On November 8, players on the National Hockey League team visited the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital to spend time with pediatric patients.

Among the players who brought smiles to the faces of children at the hospital were Jason Dickinson, Greg Pateryn, Jamie Oleksiak, Martin Hanzal, and Gemel Smith. Photos of the visit show the players participating in a variety of activities, from coloring to playing Jenga with the children. Earlier in 2017, Stars players Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin visited super fan Kendall Murray in the hospital. The sole survivor of a car accident, she sustained two broken arms, a skull fracture, and a broken pelvis. By October 14, Murray was walking again and attended the Stars game against the Colorado Avalanche. Benn promised he would score her a goal, and he delivered in the opening minute of the second period. Fittingly, Seguin scored the Stars’ second goal later in the period.