NAPOLEON — The Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) of Henry County has welcomed two new members to its board.
Cheryl Hershberger and Brian Tilse have been sworn in and join the board with terms beginning this year.
Hershberger replaces Greg Beck, who resigned in 2018 to focus on his business. Tilse replaces Ryan Zachrich, who also resigned at the end of 2018 to focus on his business.
Hershberger, a lifelong resident of Napoleon, is a realtor in Henry County and the surrounding areas. She has been involved in real estate since 1986. Hershberger also is active in the community serving in numerous capacities, ranging from serving on the Metropolitan Housing Board to the altar guild at Emanuel Lutheran Church.
Tilse, the manager of Holgate Lumber & Buckeye Building Solutions, as well as managing his grain farm near Holgate is a lifelong resident of Henry County, currently residing in Napoleon. He is an active member and volunteer at St. John’s UCC Church, Holgate, SOIOP, and EAPGS. He looks forward to representing small businesses.
The CIC would like to thank Beck, a member for five years, and Zachrich, member for one year, for the time and effort they committed not only to the CIC, but also the entire County serving by serving.