Meet our Board of Directors


Executive Director - Becki Harris: Becki has been Executive Director of Logan’s Landing since late 2008.  She previously worked as Administrative Assistant at the Cass County Community Foundation.  Becki has been an active member of Civic Players of Logansport since the mid-90’s, including several years’ service on the Civic Players Board of Directors.  Becki is working toward a degree in Office Administration at Ivy Tech and is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.  She and her husband Bill reside in Logansport.
    President - Mark Hartman: Mark has been a member of the Logan’s Landing Board of Directors since spring of 2001. In 2002, he accepted the position as Treasurer of Logan’s Landing and has also served as Chairman of the Organization Committee, having served many years on the committee. He is part owner of Chambers & Co., CPA, LLC. He has been with Chambers & Co., CPA, LLC since July 1998. He is also the treasurer for Northwestern Band Boosters and the president of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church’s board of directors.


Vice President - Sandi Korreckt: Sandi was born in the state of Missouri. She relocated to Indiana making Logansport her home in the mid 1980’s. She is a 1992 graduate of Logansport High School. Sandi is an 11 year employee of Logansport Savings Bank. She currently holds the position of New Accounts Manager. In addition to being a Board Member for Logan’s Landing, she also is a member of the Logan’s Landing Promotion Committee. Sandi serves as a board member for Cass County Junior Achievement and is a teacher volunteer for the Junior Achievement program as well. She and her husband Greg have 2 children, Bryce and Levi. Their youngest son is a student in Logansport while their oldest attends college at Indiana University-Purdue University of Indianapolis. She and her family love to volunteer their time to the Logansport Youth Baseball Program; they spend many hours at the ballpark during the baseball season watching games, working on the fields and in the concessions. Sandi and her family try to take advantage of every opportunity presented to them to volunteer their time and to be of service their community.


Secretary -- Kim English: Kim works as a sales consultant at Mike Anderson Chrysler Dodge in downtown Logansport. As a graduate of Purdue University with a bachelors in English literature, Kim also taught English at Ivy Tech Community College for six years. While there, she helped raised awareness of servicemen and women’s needs with activities like a Letters to Soldiers campaign and encouraged a love of writing with National Writing Day activities as well as being on the winning 2011 Spelling Bee team. In addition, Kim is very active in fundraising for the animals in Cass and surrounding counties. With projects like the Old Style Raft Race, almost $10000 has been donated to the Cass County Humane Society and Peak Community Services over the past two years, and fundraisers like Lunch Wars have raised funds for Happy Tails Animal Care Center in White County. The 2012 Raft Race benefits A Cause for Paws, an organization that has saved thousands of area dogs and cats from euthanasia and abandonment since 1998. She also edits consumer publications and teaches yoga at Bodyworks on 3rd St. Kim’s love of the Logansport community includes volunteering at local festivals and events like the Storybook Festival. A lover of the outdoors, Kim spends much time with her dogs at the beautiful Cass County area parks and trail systems, area antique stores and the Cass County Public Library.  


Treasurer - Linda Lantz: Linda is a native of Logansport. She is a certified public accountant and her CPA business is located at 303 West Market Street, just across the bridge from the downtown district. She graduated from Indiana University, and loves to cheer for the Hoosiers. She has two grandchildren at Logansport High School, so she also loves to cheer for the Berries. She is the treasurer on the board of the Cass County Historical Society. She also served on the session at Calvary Presbyterian Church of which she has been a lifelong member. She is proud to be part of Logan's Landing because she feels the vision of the organization has greatly contributed to the progress that Logansport has made to become a charming and economically viable community.




Pamela A. Leeman: Pamela has been a Senior Account Executive for Regions Insurance (formerly Miles and Finch) for 15 years specializing in Commercial Insurance.  Pam has been married to Kelly Leeman for 3 years and together they have six children and eight grandchildren with a new one expected in April.  In her free time she enjoys volunteer work whether it is pulling weeds, cleaning tree plots in downtown Logansport or serving as co chair for the Arts Fair or planning fund raising events.  She is very passionate about doing whatever it takes to promote the downtown businesses and assist in every way possible to continue to work towards the beautification of our downtown. Pam currently serves on the Board of Directors for Logans Landing and also the Logansport Art Association.


Judy Lewis: Judy Lewis was born and raised in Cass County and is a graduate of Lewis Cass High School. She has been a housewife, factory worker, physical education teacher, worked construction and four terms as Cass County Assessor as a Level II Assessor and a member of the Association of Indiana County Assessors. Judy has served as President of Logan's Landing, and has volunteered for many charitable organizations and has spent many hours coaching Jr. High Volleyball, Pixie League Softball and Junior Miss Softball. As well as coaching, she is a licensed ISHAA Referee for volleyball. She is married to Chuck Lewis and they have four daughters and eight grandchildren. She enjoys sports, travel, crafts and especially being with her grandchildren.


Paul A. Hartman: Paul is a graduate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering. He has worked for Logansport Municipal Utilities since 1979 and has managed the water, wastewater, and stormwater departments until 2006, at which time he assumed the position of Utilities Superintendent. Paul is an advocate for the prosperity of Logansport and Cass County, and previously served as Board Secretary and as the Logan's Landing Design Committee Chair.

Bill Minglin: Bill is a Logansport native and graduate of Logansport High School.He lived in several different cities and returned to Logansport in 1988. Bill is president and owner of Minglin Jewelers in downtown Logansport.He is in the in-store master bench jeweler, watchmaker and clockmaker.Bill is a graduate of Gem City College in Quincy IL and the Gemological Institute of America in Carlsbad CA.Bill is new to the Logans Landing board, but a long time member. He is very excited to be serving on the board as a downtown business owner and looks forward to being involved in many ways to help downtown businesses continue to grow and prosper.He is a member of First United Methodist church and serves on the finance committee.He has also been a board member of the Logansport Rotary Club and is a member Cass County Chamber of Commerce.Bill and his wife Angela have two children:Brandon and Kristen Minglin.

Greg Packard: Greg grew up in neighboring Miami County and is a 1994 graduate of North Miami High School. He moved his family to Logansport in 2007 where he and his wife Chrissy are employed. His wife, Chrissy, is employed at Area Five Agency. They have three children Chelsey, Dylan and Ethan.  Greg is a marketing account executive for Burkhart Advertising. He is a past president of the Logansport Jaycees. He is currently a member of the Logansport Roosters, Rotary, and is a Chamber Ambassador.  Greg serves as the Chair of the Logan’s Landing Promotion Committee.


Tom Partridge:Tom is a lifelong Logansport resident. He graduated from Logansport High School in 1970 and attended Ball State University. He has been married to Teri for 41 years, and together they own and operate the Pear Tree Gallery, a longtime downtown business.  Tom is the father of two and grandfather of one.  He is a board member of the Professional Picture Framers Association, and past executive director of Logansport Junior Civic Theater. He enjoys acting in community theater, and has been a hot air balloon pilot for more than 20 years.  Tom has been active on the Downtown Business Owners committee of Logan’s Landing.