“The Incredible Hatch” Peffer, a Commercial Account Executive at Crown Castle, America’s largest provider of shared communications infrastructure. Crown Castle owns, operates and leases more than 40000 cell towers and approximately 85000 route miles of fiber supporting 125, 000 small cells and fiber solutions throughout the United States.
Hatch is a member of the multiple chambers of commerce and networking groups.
His charitable activities over the years include Appalachian Service Project (ASP) Lustgarten Foundation and the LI Fight for Charity.
“Some causes are worth fighting for. I want to make the world a better place and believe I can make a difference,” said Hatch. “It is my obligation as a human and citizen of the planet.
This is my second time fighting to raise funds for worthy charities. This time I am including the MS Foundation as one of my charities. I have loved ones who are impacted by it today and want to play a small part in changes for good.
“I feel blessed to be training and fundraising again 4 years since my last fight. I am starting later than last time so I am hyper-focused on training and raising money and awareness for this great organization and the associated charities.
Hatch attended Alfred University. He has four children and resides in Rocky Point.
Q: What made you decide to fight for charity?
““I know the commitment and work needed to participate in this worthy event. I had such a wonderful experience and learned a lot about myself during the 2019 year. At the end of the day I am participating to be part of something great and to shine a light on Autism and MS and how we can all contribute to make a positive impact for others.””