The American Red Cross of Hancock, Seneca and Wyandot Counties announce the transition of Cheryl Wolfe to Director of Red Cross Seneca and Wyandot County offices. Wolfe is currently the part-time director of the Red Cross in Wyandot County. Her move to a full-time director overseeing both counties will begin June 1.
“Cheryl has done a fantastic job in Wyandot County. In just a few months, she has put together an effective volunteer Advisory Board, recruited new volunteer disaster responders and launched a successful new fundraising event - Boots and Badges - raising over $5,000 for the Red Cross,” says Executive Director Todd James, “We’re excited to offer her this opportunity to use her talents and energy in Seneca County. She’s an asset to the Red Cross and to the communities we serve.”
David Conley, the Director of Seneca County at this time, is taking a position with the South Florida Region of the American Red Cross as a Service to the Armed Forces Manager.
“This new role is perfect for Dave’s background as a career Coast Guardsman and allows him to return to Miami with his family,” says James, “He was previously stationed there while on active duty. It’s a win-win for Dave and the Red Cross.”
James says that along with the transitions outlined above, the responsibility for service delivery in Fostoria will shift from the Seneca County office to his office in Hancock County.
“Seneca and Wyandot are large territories. It makes sense we assume coverage for Fostoria,” says James, who served as the Executive Director for the Fostoria Red Cross prior to his current position, “I look forward to working in the community again and with the great partners we have there.”