Meet Our Board Members

Our Y is governed by our Board of Directors which consists of volunteers from throughout the Wabash community. Our volunteer Board of Directors sets policy and direction for the organization.‚Äč
Mark Frantz - CVO, Downs, Tandy & Petruniw P.C
Melissa Ford-Kalbfell, Community Foundation of Wabash County
Mike Keaffaber - Secretary, Metropolitan School District of Wabash County
Jim Widner - Treasurer, (retired)
Scott Dinkins,- Immediate Past CVO, Ford Meter Box
Marie Coffman, Coffman Holdings
Marilyn Custer-Mitchell, (retired)
Brandee Estes, Josiah White's Residential Services
Todd Hodson, Ford Meter Box
Alli Keith, Edward Jones Financial Advisor, Amy Sullivan
Chris Lochner, Midwest Eye Consultants
Noah Roberts, Ford Meter Box
Amy Sivley, Wabash City Schools
Patrick Sullivan, Beacon Credit Union
Shirley Walter, (retired)
Chris Wetherford, Paper Works Industries, Inc
Nathan Whybrew, First United Methodist Church
Alexis Young, Manchester University

The Wabash County YMCA provides care and support to approximately one out of every three people in Wabash, or 8,841 people annually. Since 2008, the Y has consistently and effectively worked in the areas of healthy living, youth development and social responsibility in Wabash County. We have increased the YMCA mission impact felt in our community through:

  • Providing swim safety lessons to every elementary student in the county.
  • Creating and funding youth sports scholarships to each of the six elementary schools and three local nonprofit youth servicing agencies.
  • Supplying and distributing healthy meals for low-income families five days a week during the summer.
  • Offering free meeting space for non-profits.
  • Supporting a healthy lifestyle through the Y's smoking cessation classes.
  • Aiding one in three member families by providing financial assistance.
  • Giving Wabash County youth a constructive, enriching Summer Youth Program that includes healthy and nutritious meals in a safe and supervised environment, complete with transportation to and from the Y.
  • Reducing summer learning loss by providing at-risk students with reading, math, an enrichment opportunities during the summer. 
  • Easing financial stress by offering financial literacy programs to member and non-member families and individuals.
  • Partnering with the Honeywell Pool to allow members to utilize that facility at no cost.
  • Growing Y wellness programs to reach nearly 9,000 Wabash County residents thus far.
  • Flourishing as a family-oriented organization, with 57% of our total membership being comprised of families.
  • Establishing a corporate wellness program to better support Wabash County industry.