If you have ever” walked a mile in her shoes” you know Jodi DeVore of Open Arms. She is the Communications Coordinator and fund raiser for the domestic violence and rape crisis center. They provide shelter, a place for supervised visitation, and counseling for those in abusive situations. Jodi is a native to Findlay andContinue reading “Jodi DeVore”
43 boys and girls in the area have Mentors (big brothers/sisters) that spend time weekly with them thanks to a program directed by Jennifer Swartzlander, The Children’s Mentoring Connection of Hancock County. The mentors take them to movies, the park, out for pizza etc. to provide some adult bonding. Jennifer has been there 2 years.Continue reading “Jennifer Swartzlander”
Linda Young is a Nurse Practitioner at Blanchard Valley Hospital and is known for her caring and compassion with patients and their families. She loves getting to know her patients. She is an a Acute Care Hospitalist and takes care of many inpatients in the hospital. She has been in Findlay for 20 years. SheContinue reading “Linda Young”
We have several public servants we are spotlighting this week. Matt Cooper of the Findlay Fire Dept. was just promoted to captain. he passed a rigorous board test and interview. He has also been busy during his ten years as a firefighter. Captain Cooper joined the Findlay Fire Department in 2005 after serving two yearsContinue reading “Matt Cooper”
Brenda and Boyd Davis have lived in Findlay for 28 years and are considered “almost native”. Brenda is a retired teacher from Hardin Northern and Boyd retired from the Ball Co. They are parents of 2 grown children and have 4 grandchildren. They love to travel. They are both cancer survivors and follow the creed:Continue reading “Brenda & Boyd Davis”
Nick Rackley is an Education major at the University of Findlay where he has just completed a Prelaw/History degree. He works his way through school while being a assistant manager at the Findlay bowling lanes. His role model is his dad. His motto, “What man is a man, who does not try to make theContinue reading “Nick Rackley”
Michelle Rumschlag, a mother of 3 and another due shortly has worked at the Hancock Park District for 13 years, where she directs the educational programs. She is a transplant to Findlay. She loves being outside and teaching children about nature. Her inspiration is her husband who always tries do the “right thing”.
Jeff Schetter is married with 3 children, has been a car salesman for 31 years, the last 10 with Taylor Kia. He loves the people of the area. His inspiration is Zig Zigler who was “always positive and taught to put others first”.
Hi I am Dave. People have asked who is behind this project. I am a transplant to Findlay but my mother was born and raised here. I am married, have 6 children, all grown. I am a retired teacher, EMT and lifelong avid photographer. My favorite creed is “Pay it Forward”. IM me if youContinue reading “Dave Morrow Humans of Findlay”
Jerry Greer is a Captain with the Findlay Fire Dept. He is a life long resident of Findlay and a graduate of FHS in 1990. He always wanted to give back to his community. He thought about the medical field but chose fighting fires for his career. He is active in many other civic activities.