Nick Anderson is a Nursing Home Administrator and joined the Board in 2017. Nick has seen hospice in action as a family member, professional, and community member. From all facets, hospice has touched his heart, and being a part of the EverHeart Hospice family has been very fulfilling. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with family, golfing, sports, fitness, the outdoors, and vacations. Nick resides in Greenville, OH.
Lauren Henry is the Executive Director for the Wayne HealthCare Foundation in Greenville, Ohio. She has been working in this role since April of 2015 and previously served as the Executive Director for the Darke County United Way from 2007-2015. Lauren graduated from Miami University with her BS in Business Administration in 2001 and in 2004 obtained her MBA from the University of Findlay. She is involved with many organizations, including the Society for Human Resource Management, Ohio Association of Healthcare Philanthropy, National/International Association of Healthcare Philanthropy, Greenville Rotary Club, and the Area Agency on Aging. Lauren also holds the following certifications: Professional in Human Resources (PHR), Society of Human Resource Management – Certified Professional (SHRM-CP), and Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE).
Lauren shared that she wanted to join EverHeart Hospice’s Board of Directors because “It is an honor to represent this board for our community. I have had family members and friends utilize hospice services first-hand, and the kind care and dignity during disease and at end-of-life is treated with the utmost compassion and importance for loved ones. I enjoy being part of a team that gives their heart and love to others in their difficult times.” Lauren is a life-long resident of Darke County and currently resides in Greenville, OH, with her husband Chad and their three boys: Carson, Ethan, and Garrison.
Jim Stamcoff has served on the EverHeart Hospice Board in the past (2005-2014) and rejoined in 2016. He is a retired Vice President of Human Resources at Wayne Healthcare. Jim is married to his wife Christine, and they live in Greenville. Together, they have one son and three grandchildren.
Tracy Haines of Greenville is employed at Brady Ware & Schoenfeld, Inc. In her free time, she enjoys coaching the Greenville High School Girls golf team, playing golf, spending time with family and friends, and reading. Tracy has served on the Board of Trustees since 2001. Her family includes her parents, Pat and the late Roy Haines, brothers Rob and Dick (Diane) Haines, nephew Justin (Sarah) Haines, great-nieces Claire and Lily Haines, and nieces Cait (Kirk) Shellhouse and Molly (Heath) Miller.
Tracy said she was moved to become involved as a Board member because of the agency’s reputation for providing quality hospice care to the community. She continues to serve for these same reasons – the great care provided by the agency to the community and the wonderful staff. She serves as treasurer for the Board.
Sarah l. Royer, N.D., C.N.H.P. is a Reflexologist and Naturopathic D.R., a Certified Natural Health Professional, and a Master Herbalist. Sarah’s utmost passion is to care for others and help them adopt a natural and more holistic lifestyle. When asked about joining the Board, she shared that she “was more than thrilled to join. I believe EverHeart Hospice is a terrific organization and is much needed in our community. There are unbelievable people on their team who have enormous hearts and a strong love for the people they care for.” Sarah has been a resident of Greenville her entire life and has 5 wonderful children.
Dave Wolters, of Maria Stein, has served on the Board since 2015. He is the County Treasurer for Mercer County and serves as Chairman of The Board of German Farmers Mutual Insurance in New Knoxville, Ohio. His interests include golf, traveling, and he enjoys meeting new people.
He has been married to his wife Elaine for 37 years, and they have 3 sons, 1 daughter, their spouses, and 6 grandchildren.
He is proud to be a Board Member and volunteer for EverHeart Hospice. He states, “I believe as God’s children, we are called to serve others. EverHeart Hospice serves others by showing compassion, kindness, and a divine spirit to make a difference in people’s lives. I am grateful and privileged to serve as a volunteer in this organization.”
Eric Fee is the owner of Tribute Funeral Homes, Darke County’s only locally-owned funeral homes, and Brockman and Beockman Funeral Home in Fort Recovery. He joined the Board because he felt his personal values align with the mission statement of EverHeart Hospice.
Eric lives outside of Greenville with his wife Kristin and children. His daughter Grace attends Taylor University, and his son Ethan attends Franklin Monroe High School. Some of his hobbies include Crossfit, riding his motorcycle, skydiving, mowing his grass, volunteering in the community, and most of all, spending time with his family.
Eric brings his experience as a successful growing business owner, passion for serving families, desire to support the staff, and care for the community to the Board. He looks forward to the growth of EverHeart Hospice as we serve together to care for patients and their families.
Jordan Francis is the Director of Wellness Services for Wayne HealthCare in Greenville, Ohio, working in this role since June of 2015. Jordan holds a Master of Public Health and Bachelor of Arts in Community Health Education and Sports Management. He has also pursued an education in kinesiology and exercise science. Jordan’s role as Director of Wellness Services includes implementing employee wellness initiatives, providing support to community public health efforts, coordinating community health education and preventive screening activities, and initiating implementation of corporate wellness services. In addition to his duties at Wayne HealthCare, Jordan is President of the Darke County Wellness Challenge, a member of the Healthy Ohio Business Council and the Ohio Public Health Association, and volunteers as a youth strength and conditioning coach.
When asked what brought him to EverHeart Hospice as a Board member, Jordan stated, “I wanted to serve an organization that represents a field that is both a personal and professional interest.” Jordan resides in Englewood, OH.
Twyla Hayes is the owner and Creative Director at Brand It Marketing Communications in Rockford, Ohio, which opened in 2004. Previously, she spent 13 years instructing at Wright State University’s Lake Campus and the Business Enterprise Center. Twyla holds a Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design and Marketing as well as a Specialized Associate Degree in Visual Communications. She is actively serving on the Celina-Mercer County Chamber of Commerce Board, and she has served on the Leota Braun Charitable Foundation and the board for WTLW-TV 44 in Lima. Twyla is an active member of her church and community.
When asked why she joined the Board, Twyla stated, “I consider it an honor to be asked to be involved with a caring, worthwhile organization where I can be available to use my marketing experience if needed.” Twyla resides in rural Rockford with her husband.
Mike Schlamb is the co-owner of R.J. Warner Insurance Agency, with locations in Greenville, Arcanum, and Troy. Mike holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from Wright State University and is a Certified Insurance Counselor. He is also involved in the community as a member of the Knights of Columbus and the local Elks Club.
When asked what brought him to EverHeart Hospice, Mike shared, “I have seen the positive impact that EverHeart Hospice has on individuals and their families. So, when I was asked to serve on the Board, I was eager to be a part of such a caring organization.” Mike resides in Greenville, OH.