The Hancock County Community Foundation is pleased to welcome seven new members to the Board of Directors:
David Dellaca is a resident of Blue River Township and is the owner of First Wave Technology Solutions. He and his wife Dee, along with their children live in Blue River Township. In addition to his IT business, David has been involved with Greenfield Main Street and the Hancock County Tourism Commission. David is serving on the HCCF Grants Committee.
Jim Greig is the Vice President and Greenfield Branch Manager at Union Savings and Loan Association. Jim, his wife Jaci and their son are residents of Sugar Creek Township. Their son attends New Palestine High School. Jim has served on several non-profit Boards, including Hancock County Senior Services, and Rotary Club of Greenfield. Jim is serving on the HCCF Scholarship Committee.
Debra Arthur Hill is a lifelong resident of Brandywine Township. Debi has served as a 4-H leader and on the Brandywine Township Advisory Board for many years. She and her husband Steve are self-employed swine and grain farmers and are the parents of three children. She has been very active with Indiana Farm Bureau and the Hancock County 4-H program. Debi is serving on the HCCF Scholarship Committee.
Leah Janes is a property manager for Kirkpatrick Management based in Indianapolis. Leah and her husband Chris along with their two daughters live in Brown Township. They are very active in the Eastern Hancock School Corporation and the Hancock County 4-H program. Leah came to know the Community Foundation through her involvement with HCCF’s Women’s Fund, where she and her daughter are members. Leah is serving on the HCCF Finance Committee.
Florence May is the President of TRS, The Registration System, specializing in online Registration Services for Special Events. Flory has been very involved in the Mt. Vernon Education Foundation since its inception and is dedicated to the Mt. Vernon Community. She and her husband, Tony are residents of Vernon Township. Tony is a newly elected Mt. Vernon School Board Member. Flory is serving on the HCCF Grants Committee.
Sandy Miller is a resident of Center Township and has recently retired from Federal Government Solutions (FGS), a Wellpoint Organization. Sandy is actively involved in the Women’s Fund specifically on the Grant Team. She and her husband Bernie have two children. Sandy is a member of the Indiana State Bar Association, the Board of the Indiana Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Association, and the National Association of Professional Women. She also serves on the board of the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s Central Indiana affiliate. Sandy is serving on the HCCF Women’s Fund Committee.
Stephanie White-Longworth recently retired as President of Gas America Services. She and her husband, Terry are residents of Jackson Township. She and her seven children are very philanthropic with a special interest in the community where Gas America was started, Shirley, Indiana. She looks forward to using her newly freed time to apply her business expertise to the success of HCCF. Stephanie serves on the HCCF Finance Committee.