GREENVILLE — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby & Darke County has announced Peggy Baird, Jane Carroll, Barbara Dulworth and Lesley Schweitzer as the newest members of its board of trustees.
Baird, of Sidney, works at Emerson Wagner Realty as a Realtor. Carroll, of Huber Heights, works as a CAPA Specialist for Midmark Corp. Dulworth, of Sidney, works for the City of Sidney in the Community Services Department. Schweitzer, of Sidney, is Commercial Ops Supervisor at US Bank.
The returning board members are as follows:
• Chad Beanblossom, of Greenville, who works at Edison Community College as the Executive Director;
• Cathy Bevan, of Troy, works as Vice President of Human Resources for Emerson Climate Technologies;
• Velina Bogart, of Sidney, is Coordinator of Early College Programs at Edison Community College;
• Terri Flood, of Greenville, works as Director of Marketing and Communications for Wayne Healthcare;
• Keith and Peggy Foutz, of Greenville. Keith is the president and publisher for Brothers Publishing, and Peggy is a registered Client Service Associate for UBS Financial;
• Kyle Goubeaux, of Sidney, is president of Thermal Maintenance Co.;
• David Keiser, of Versailles, is owner of Littman-Thomas Inc.;
• James Lehmkuhl, of Sidney, is an accountant at Murray Wells Wendeln Robinson;
• Tom Martin, of Sidney, is president of Sidney & Troy Body Carstar;
• Margo O’Leary, of Troy, is the Director of Marketing-Communications for Wilson Health;
• Angie Ross, of Sidney, works at Money Concepts where she is the client relationship specialist;
• Larry Schultz, of Piqua, is Vice President of Operations at Freshway Foods;
• Tonya Slonaker, of Sidney, works for the Russia schools as a guidance counselor’
• Mike Snyder, of Greenville, is retired;
• Melissa Wood, of Sidney, is an associate attorney for Sell, Hegemann & Zimmerman Co. LPA;
• Greg Zechar, of Greenville, is the funeral director for Zechar Bailey Funeral Homes.
Board members play an integral role in ensuring the success of the Big Brothers Big Sisters program.
The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Shelby & Darke County is to make a positive difference in the lives of children and youth, primarily through a professionally-supported one-to-one relationship with a caring adult, and to assist them in achieving their highest potential as they grow to become confident, competent and caring individuals, by providing committed volunteers, national leadership and standards of excellence.
There are currently 23 children in Shelby and Darke Counties waiting to be matched with an adult mentor. Those interested in participating, or for more information, call (937) 492-7611 or (937) 547-9622.