Chris Roll helps adults with disabilities through food and community


“Anyone that sees this and is involved with it, they just love it,” said Roll’s husband, Mark, who nominated her as a Dayton Daily News Community Gem. “It’s as much a social thing as a cooking thing. These guys just have a ball.”

Roll’s inspiration is her 24-year-old son, Pete, who has Down syndrome. Prior to her retirement, Roll worked with Early Intervention Services of Montgomery County, helping other families in similar situations to her own.

“When you’re told your child has a disability, you know there’s services out there, but it’s a very hard system to navigate. Being a parent who’s navigated those resources, I would help other parents do that.”

Healthy Habits Cook Club students smile in chef's hats while enjoying a meal together.
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Healthy Habits Cook Club students smile in chef’s hats while enjoying a meal together. CONTRIBUTED





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