Erika Bailey, a Wabash County resident and the Branch Manager for First Farmers Bank & Trust in Huntington and Wabash, brings her extensive knowledge and experience in financial services as Board President.
With a genuine desire to serve others, Erika has not only volunteered with organizations like Junior Achievement and local food banks but also believes in the transformative impact that Habitat's work has on both Habitat families and the entire community.
Troy brings 30 years of experience in providing financial solutions to his clients, including the past decade with First Merchants Bank. Serving as Vice President and Commercial Relationship Manager for Koskiusko, Noble, Wabash, and Whitley counties, Troy's expertise shines through.
Holding a bachelor's degree in Finance from Ball State University, he demonstrates a strong educational foundation.
Recently, Troy and his wife Connie relocated back to Kosciusko county from Indianapolis, reaffirming their commitment to the community.
Dean is the CEO of the Wabash County YMCA and has lived in Wabash County for the past 4 years.
As an "amateur handyman", Dean enjoys home renovation projects and is looking forward to future Habitat projects in Wabash County.
A lifetime resident of Wabash County, Dan has dedicated over 15 years of his life to serving Wabash County Habitat for Humanity as both a volunteer and a board member.
Witnessing the positive impact that affordable homes can have on families, Dan believes that building alongside future homeowners, volunteers, and community members is a truly rewarding experience.
We are proud to have Dan's passion and dedication as we work towards our mission of building homes and changing lives.
Justin, an experienced educator at Wabash City Schools for over a decade, is currently dedicated to teaching Engineering and leading the Math department.
With a passion for helping the community, Justin aims to assist individuals in acquiring affordable homes while fostering connections between his Civil Engineering and Architecture students and the invaluable experiences offered by Habitat for Humanity.
I was born and raised in Huntington, Indiana as one of eight children. My wife Stephanie Ness and I have three children: Olivia, Sebastian, and Aleah. Sebastian, and his wife Brook, have given us two adorable grandchildren named Rylee and River.
Currently, I work as a Realtor -Auctioneer with Ness Bros. in Huntington. I have over 20 years in the Tool and Die field.
I have served on the Huntington Habitat Board and the Big Brother and Big Sister Huntington board. I am a lifetime member of SS Peter and Pauls parish in Huntington.
Outside of work and volunteering, I enjoy hunting, golfing, and managing my farm.
Jana, a resident of Miami County, is the Director of Marketing and special Projects at the Wabash County YMCA.
Passionate about community connection, she actively volunteers with various organizations including the Young Professionals of Wabash County Board, the Wabash Kiwanis Club, Blessings in a Backpack, and the Wabash Valley Dance Theater.
Jana brings a fresh perspective and serves as a strong advocate for Wabash County Habitat for Humanity. Her enthusiasm to contribute to this remarkable organization is unmatched.
Todd, a dedicated resident of Wabash County, brings his extensive expertise in marketing and advertising to his role as the Marketing and Advertising Manager at The Ford Meter Box Company, Inc.
With a passionate commitment to serving the community, Todd actively contributes as a member of the Board of Directors for the YMCA and has successfully participated in numerous fulfilling Habitat builds.
Eager to continue making a positive impact in Wabash County, Todd is thrilled to be a part of the Habitat team.
As a proud Northfield High School, and Manchester University graduate, Justin is leaving an enduring a mark on Lagro. In just two years of work, the hobbyist developer transformed his small stretch of Washington Street, from remodeling a mid-1800’s Riparian home, to renovating 950 Speakeasy Bistro.
Both the 950 Speakeasy Bistro and Riparian House feature upcycled materials including refinished barn siding, outdoor fencing, thrifted vintage items and handmade furniture. Both locations contribute to the preservation and beautification of the community of Lagro.
Justin has been contributing to the success of Ford Meter Box since 2005.
As a former Habitat partner-homeowner, Becky built her house in Huntington in 2010, giving her a unique perspective.
Becky's wealth of knowledge and first-hand experience make her an invaluable addition.
She is a proud mother of four children, a loving grandmother to eight grandchildren, and shares her office space with Sadie, her delightful office dog, who has become a cherished member of our WCHFH family.
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