The Steuben County Community Foundation is delighted to welcome two new board members.
Rob Moreland, a local lawyer, said he looks forward to providing some legal background for SCCF and potentially assisting with the nonprofit capacity building series. In addition to serving on the SCCF board, he is also a trustee for the Steuben Lakes Regional Waste District. Previously, he was the president of the bar associations in DeKalb County and Allen County, and he helped start the Northeast Indiana Base Community Council organization, a group working to help with relationships between military units and business leaders in Fort Wayne.
Dr. Bill Stitt is currently the superintendent and CFO of Fremont Community Schools. In addition to the SCCF board, Dr. Stitt is the vice president for the Fremont Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Steuben County Economic Development Corporation board. His favorite parts about Steuben County are the lakes, the small town family environment, and the caring community.
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