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Location: Angola, Indiana
Main phone: 260-624-2274
Treasurer: Lesli Hall
Lesli Hall joined the TLC Board of Directors in 2020 and is currently serving as board Treasurer. She has served the residents of Pleasant Township as Deputy Trustee for the past 8 years. A longtime volunteer with Girl Scouts, Lesli has had the opportunity to mentor many young women over the years and values the mission presented by TLC House Indiana.
Cheryll Miller lives in Angola, Indiana, and is retired from the insurance/financial services industry. She has served TLC as President, Vice President and Secretary on its Board of Directors. Cheryll enjoys co-chairing TLC's bi-annual garage sales to raise money to cover some of TLC's expenses and operating costs. In her spare time, she enjoys scrapbooking, card making, reading and spending time with family and friends.
Mary Lou Orn
Mary Lou Orn is retired and lives in Hamilton, Indiana. She enjoys reading, knitting and jewelry crafting, but most of all, she enjoys watching her two grandsons play sports, especially Butler Bulldog Baseball. Mary Lou served the TLC Board of Directors for several years as Secretary and is currently Past President.
Larry Rorick is retired and has served TLC's Board of Directors as its Treasurer and as a Past President. He enjoys traveling and cycling. Larry learned as a Jaycee in his late 20's that "Service to humanity IS the best work of life." Since then, he has been active as a Kiwanian, coach of basketball, soccer and Little League, and now TLC.
Don Scott has served the TLC Board of Directors since 2010 as a Past President, Treasurer and Board Member . . . supporting female victims of domestic violence to become victors over their lives.
Sally Zintsmaster retired from the DeKalb Central School District after 37 years as an art teacher She is also a trained Art Therapist. Sally is a founding member of TLC House Indiana and has supported their mission for ten years. She is a mother to three children and a grandmother to ten.
Mada Waldrop is the Executive Director of TLC House Indiana. Mada lives in Angola, is a transplant from Fort Wayne, Indiana, and says she would never move back! She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business. Mada is a mother to three beautiful children and "Noona" to two amazing granddaughters, and last, but not least, is mama to one very spoiled dog.