Habitat for Humanity of Miami & Shelby Counties, OH (HFHMSCO) is pleased to announce the addition of three new board members … Dr. Reece Nickol, Mr. John Schweser and Mr. Seth Heckaman.
Please join HFHMSCO in welcoming these three new board members who bring extensive experience and expertise to our Board.
Dr. Reece Nickol is a native of Ohio and is currently a resident of Piqua. Married with four children and three grandchildren, Dr. Nickol received his education, post-graduate and medical school training in the Cincinnati-Dayton area, and retired from Miami County Surgeons/Upper Valley Professional Corporation in 2013. In addition to his full time career, he has actively volunteered in the community with such organizations as Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Habitat for Humanity; The Lehman High School Foundation Board, and recently was Chairman, Board of Directors of Upper Valley Medical Center. He brings over fifteen years of dedicated volunteerism to the HFHMSCO board.
Mr. John Schweser has lived in Troy for the past 27 years; is married and has three grown children. His career path is in Management with Meijer stores, and he also brings a wealth of active community volunteerism to the board. Mr. Schweser is a Troy Soccer Parent member; past Secretary and current Treasurer for the Martin Luther King Team; past member of the board of the Troy Historical Society and currently in his fourth term on the Troy City Council, 3rd Ward. Also, the Troy Strawberry Festival has had the benefit of Mr. Schweser’s leadership abilities.
Mr. Seth Heckaman serves as Sales Manager for Isaiah Industries, a leading manufacturer and distributor of premium, residential building products. He holds a BA in Organizational Management from Bluffton University, has volunteered with his local church and started a nonprofit to help raise awareness of human trafficking in the Miami Valley. Seth currently resides in Piqua with his wife and child.
“Serving on the board of a thriving non-profit like HFHMSCO requires dedication, time and a commitment to improving our community” said, Matthew Mottice, Board President. “We are currently looking for additional board members that have a connection with Shelby County. Now that Shelby County is part of the affiliate’s geographic service area (GSA), we want a good balance of board members representing the entire GSA.”