The Hancock County Community Foundation board of directors has elected three new members.
Darvin Fenter is the retired president of Fenter Construction Inc. and a representative of Sugar Creek Township. Fenter will serve on the finance committee and bring his construction, operations and property management expertise to the Legacy Properties Board, the governing body that oversees real estate owned by the community foundation.
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Fenter has a wife, Judy, and four children, Angie, Chris, Rob and Bethany.
Harold Olin is the superintendent of Greenfield-Central School corp. and a representative of Center Township. He joins the board after serving on the grants committee for two years helping to select grant recipients, and he will continue to participate in that capacity.
Olin currently serves on the Greenfield-Central School Foundation board, Sister Cities of Greenfield board, the Greenfield Chamber of Commerce board, and the United Way of Central Indiana advisory board. He has a wife, Lori, and three children, Caleb, Joshua and Leah.
Rick Wittgren is a partner with BKD, LLP and a representative of Blue River Township. He will serve on the scholarship committee, helping make selections for the foundation’s endowed scholarships and the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship.
Wittgren currently serves on the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hancock County board. He has a wife, Natalie, and two children, Hannah and Conner.
Tim Clark, Fred Powers, P. Jon Miller and Adam Schultz left the board in 2016.