Hendricks County Community Foundation announces new board members

The Hendricks County Community Foundation is excited to welcome the following new Board Members and Officers elected unanimously at the Annual Meeting in December:

Max Hank, CTP – Board Vice Chair; Max is a Treasury Management Officer with First Merchants Bank.  A resident of Avon, he has served on the Board for 4 years. Max is also on the Board of Leadership Hendricks County.  He has attended the last 49 straight Indianapolis 500’s.

Ryan Tanselle, JD – Secretary; Ryan is an attorney with Capper, Tulley & Reimondo.  A resident of Brownsburg, he has served on the Board for 3 years and was a 2004 HCCF Lilly Scholar.

Sherri Reagin, CPA –  Treasurer; Sherri is the CFO of North Salem State Bank. A resident of Danville, she is also an avid IU basketball fan.

Joanna Kennedy – Member, Board of Directors; Joanna is a Legal Assistant at Ice Miller LLP.  She also serves as the Outreach Chair for Habit of the Heart. A resident of North Salem, Joanna is an avid University of Kentucky basketball fan.

Lori Hiatt – Member, Board of Directors; Lori is a Plainfield resident who enjoys networking and volunteering with local philanthropic organizations.  She is also a Boilermaker at heart.

Dan Zielinski, JD – Member, Board of Directors; Dan is a Hendricks County Circuit Court Judge. A resident of Danville, he previously served as an HCCF Board and Committee Member from 2012-2015.

“I am excited for the new Board and Officer appointments for 2018,” said William Rhodehamel, President/CEO of the Community Foundation.  “We are very fortunate to have a wonderful group of individuals that give of their time and talents to make our organization successful in our work in Hendricks County. Our volunteers are the driving force of what we do at HCCF, and it is an honor to serve our community alongside them.”

The Hendricks County Community Foundation partners with generous people to realize their charitable goals while addressing community needs in meaningful and lasting ways.  The Community Foundation manages assets of over $13 million in a collection of funds created by individuals, families, businesses and organizations for charitable purposes. In 2017, the Community Foundation gave over $615,000 in grants to charitable organizations and scholarships to local students. For more information, call 317-268-6240 or visit www.hendrickscountycf.org.

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