Susan Bartush is a retired financial executive who specialized in commercial lending and personal financial planning. She lives in Granger with her husband and has a grown son and daughter. She enjoys working with Oaklawn because the organization offers comprehensive mental health care while continually raising awareness and hope for the many afflicted individuals and their families.
Christina Clauss is a Realtor with Century 21 Affiliated. She is originally from Goshen and lives in the Concord area with her daughter Carly and their dog Emmi. She enjoys volunteering with Oaklawn because their values and mission of all people are deserving of help and kindness is so important.
Angie Eggering is a tax partner at Insight Accounting Group, which has offices in Goshen and Mishawaka. She lives in Lagrange County where she grew up and returned after college. Angie feels that early identification and treatment of mental illness is one of the biggest issues our country faces. She feels proud to have been a tiny part of seeing real change in this area through her service on the on the Oaklawn Foundation board for the past 10 years.
Minda Griffin is a Financial Consultant for Everence, which serves both Elkhart and St. Joseph county. In addition to serving on the Oaklawn Foundation Board, she also serves on the Boards for Oasis and Young Professionals. Minda lives in Goshen, close to family, and enjoys volunteering in the community. She believes in the work and mission of Oaklawn and, as a board member, looks forward to giving back to an organization that has given so much to the community.
Craig Heatherly is a Risk Advisor with Gibson Insurance Agency, which has offices in South Bend, Fort Wayne, Kalamazoo, Indianapolis and Phoenix, AZ. He lives in Osceola, IN with his wife and two children. Craig is proud to serve on the Oaklawn Board because Oaklawn is a difference maker in the Michiana community in meeting the mental health needs. He looks forward to giving back to an organization that gives so much.
Jason Hertel is a Private Banker with 1st Source Bank. He lives in Mishawaka with his wife and three children. He is proud to serve on the Oaklawn Board and values the difference we make in our communities.
Lucas Landis is Owner and CEO at Invign, LLC, a new start up manufacturer of RV components. He lives in Goshen with his wife Tara and two children, Emerson and Adah. Lucas volunteers with Habitat for Humanity and supports local human rights and environmental sustainability campaigns. He is passionate about helping those battling mental illness and wants to advocate and raise awareness for the needs of organizations like Oaklawn.
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G. Lynn Morris is retired as senior vice president at 1st Source Insurance where he specialized in risk management solutions for business clients. He resides in Goshen with his wife, Linda, and has an adult son living in Boston and a married daughter on staff at the University of Missouri. He appreciates the faith-based assistance Oaklawn provides to the community, especially the less fortunate.
George Nickell is retired from Nickell Moulding in Elkhart. He now spends much of his time fishing with his four adult children and eight grandchildren and is learning how to grow vegetables through hydroponics. He’s passionate about the work Oaklawn provides to the community, as mental illness is often misunderstood. He believes it’s up to each of us to be involved and help where we can, and he’s proud to serve on the Foundation Board.
Marissa Odom is a Marketing Manager for Forest River Bus. She advocates for mental health and well-being, as well as ensures everyone has access to information and the support they need. As a board member, she looks forward to making a difference in the communities Oaklawn serves.
Michelle Peters is the Vice President, Community Health and Wellness for Saint Joseph Health System. She has worked for SJHS for more than 30 years. She lives in Mishawaka with her husband and two children. She is a proud member of Oaklawn Foundation Board and values their faith-based mission of caring for the whole of the individual, mind, body and spirit.
Glenn Stutzman is retired after serving as Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters Elkhart County and having a lengthy career in corporate finance before that. His life underwent a major change when he experienced his own mental health issue about eight years ago. This experience changed his priorities and gave him a new passion for investing in those with mental health issues, as well as fostering healthy supports for youth in our community, which he now does through the Oaklawn Foundation. Glenn and his wife Christine live in Goshen.
Don Stohler is retired from a career in financial services. He and his wife Claudia live in Elkhart. He enjoys serving on the Foundation Board because of the positive impact Oaklawn has on the community.
Chad Stoltzfus is a Commercial Banker in Goshen, specializing in business lending. He lives in Goshen with his wife and four kids. He enjoys serving on the Foundation Board due to the organization’s long-standing commitment to improving treatment for mental health in the Michiana area.
Phil Tom owns Independent Protection Company and Turtle Top, which manufactures lightning protection and commercial buses, respectively. He and his wife Jeannine (Cripe) Tom live on a small farm between Bristol and Middlebury and have two adult children, who both work in the five-generation family business. Phil has a passion for Oaklawn and what they represent because of how they tirelessly help and support our community with mental and family health awareness and treatment.
John is the Founder & Steward of Narrow Road Coaching, LLC where he provides bespoke executive coaching and leadership development services to help leaders shape and walk their narrow road, fulfill their potential, and achieve audacious goals. His journey has been shaped through the peaks and valleys of military, entrepreneurial and corporate experience. He lives in Goshen with his wife Lynsey and has four adult sons. He has a passion for educating the community about the challenges of mental health.
Patty Yates is the head of the Trust & Wealth Management department at First State Bank. She lives in the Millersburg area with her husband and has two children. She enjoys volunteering for Oaklawn because of their mission to eliminate the stigma around mental health issues. She believes Oaklawn is a good steward of their resources to provide superior treatment to their clients.