Dubois Strong announces boardMarch 11, 2020
From Local Sources
JASPER — Dubois Strong announced its 2020 Board of Directors.
Allison Menke of OFS, will continue to serve as chair of the board.
The Executive Committee officers include: Jamie Shinabarger, Springs Valley Bank & Trust, vice chair; Jay Baker, German American Bank, treasurer; and Mayor Dean Vonderheide, City of Jasper, secretary. The Executive Committee also includes Dubois County Commissioner Elmer Brames, Huntingburg Mayor Denny Spinner and Chris Tretter, representing Seufert Construction, Access Storage, Progressive Development, Progressive Investment and Sultan’s Run Golf Club.
The additional Board of Directors members include: Jane Betz, Smithville Communications; Christian Blome, Vincennes University Jasper; Dan Conway, Best Home Furnishings; Mary Ann Cummings, Town of Birdseye; Barry Day, Superior Ag Resources; Nancy Eckerle, Jasper Chamber of Commerce; Sue Habig, Kimball Electronics; Joe Henson, Dubois REC; Betty Jenkins, MasterBrand Cabinets; Mike Kluesner, Dubois County Council; Kevin Manley, Dubois County Tourism Commission; Lonnie Nicholson, Kimball International; Melanie Powell, Memorial Hospital & Health Care Center; Evelyn Rivas, ALASI; Matthew Schaick, Meyer Distributing; Ken Sicard, Town of Ferdinand; Nick Stevens, Old National Bank; Tom Thacker, Town of Holland; John Tretter, Dubois County Chamber of Commerce; Matt Weinzapfel, Jasper Engine & Transmissions; and Matt Werner, STAC Material Handling.
Dubois Strong is Dubois County’s lead economic development organization whose main focus is workforce population growth, complementary business attraction, and the support of new startups. Ed Cole is the president of Dubois Strong.
For additional information about Dubois Strong, visit duboisstrong.com or call 812-482-9650. The Dubois Strong office is located at 961 College Avenue on the Vincennes University Jasper campus.
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