Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN

January 9, 2013

HCCF announces new board members, re-appointments


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AVON — The Hendricks County Community Foundation board of advisors will have seven new members this year. Approved for two-year terms are Mike Arnould, Dana Servaes Cochran, Ifen Donovan, Max Hank, Shane Sommers, Sharon Stegemoller, and Kelli Waggoner.

Alice McColgin, community foundation board of directors' president, also announced the re-appointment of Melaney Sargent and David Durell to the board of directors, each to five-year terms.

Arnould, a resident of Brownsburg, works for the Hendricks County Flyer and is a graduate of Leadership Hendricks County. A resident of Avon, Servaes Cochran is director of corporate marketing and energy efficiency at Hendricks Power Cooperative and is involved with Indy Honor Flight and the Indianapolis Animal Care and Control Board.

Also a resident of Avon, Donovan is employed at Donovan CPAs and will also be the new treasurer of the Hendricks County Arts Council. She is active with the Hendricks Symphonic Society, the Symphonic Choir, and the Hendricks County Arts Council, and is chair of fundraising and special projects for the Hendricks Symphonic Society Board.

Avon resident Hank is president of the Plainfield Rotary Club and a member of the Association of Financial Professionals. He is assistant vice president of cash management at First Merchants Bank and a graduate of Leadership Hendricks County. Sommers is also a graduate of Leadership Hendricks County and is incoming president of the LHC board. The Avon resident is director of physical and occupational therapy at Hendricks Regional Health.

Stegemoller is a resident of Plainfield and a retired attorney in Hendricks County, and Waggoner is co-founder and principal of KWK Management Group and a resident of Brownsburg. She was a volunteer assistant with the Brownsburg High School girls' varsity basketball program and is the former president of the Brownsburg Little League.

The Hendricks County Community Foundation works to improve the quality of life in Hendricks County by helping donors match their passion with community needs, awarding grants to non-profit organizations and projects, and collaborating to address community issues. The Community Foundation manages an $8 million collection of funds created by individuals, families, businesses, and organizations for charitable purposes. For more information, call 268-6240 or visit the website at www.hendrickscountycf.org.