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BOARD MEMBERS AND MEETINGS

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PRESIDENT,
DREW WEST
 

Drew West of Sarahsville is employed as Director of Physical Therapy at First Settlement Physical Therapy. He was appointed to the Board by the Noble County Commissioners in 2018.

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VICE-PRESIDENT,
CATHERINE LaFOLLETTE

 

Catherine LaFollette of Sarahsville is a stay-at-home mom of three children. She also serves on the Help Me Grow Advisory Council in Noble County. She was appointed to the Board by the Probate Judge.

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SECRETARY
ANGELA CROCK
 

Angela Crock of Caldwell, owner of the Caldwell Food Center Emporium, holds a master’s degree in counseling education. She was appointed to the Board by the Noble County Commissioners.

The Noble County Board of Developmental Disabilities meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m.


2023 BOARD MEETINGS

  • January 11

  • February 8

  • March 8

  • April 12

  • May 10

  • June 7

  • July – No meeting

  • August 9

  • September 13

  • October 11

  • November 8

  • December – No Meeting

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TRACY JACKSON

Tracy Jackson of Pleasant City was appointed to the Board by the Noble County Commissioners. She is employed in the Rolling Hills Local School District and is also a Registered Nurse and independent health care provider.

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DENNIS RIDDLE
 

Dennis Riddle of Caldwell is a substitute teacher in the Caldwell School District. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Ohio University and has worked as a juvenile and adult probation officer. He was appointed to the Board by the Probate Judge.

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TRAVIS THORNTON
 

Travis Thornton of Caldwell is employed by Lakeland Polymers, LLC. He currently serves as President of the Noble Soccer Board. He was appointed to the Board by the County Commissioners.

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JUDY WEISEND
 

Judy Weisend of Caldwell was appointed to the Board by the Noble County Commissioners in 2021. She retired from the Noble County Department of Job and Family Services and the Family and Children First Council after serving for 27 years.

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