Meet our Board of Directors

 

Staff
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.  She holds a degree in Office Administration from Ivy Tech and is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.  She and her husband Bill reside in Logansport.
Board of Directors
 

 

  

President - Greg Packard: Greg is a family man, married with 3 children. He and his family live in Logansport, Indiana where he has spent the bulk of his adult life. He is currently a board member of the Logansport/Cass County Chamber of Commerce, and member of the Cass County Roosters. Greg has over twenty years of graphic design and marketing experience in various media such as print, outdoor, online, promotional, and direct mail. He is the owner/operator of Bullseye Marekting, a direct mail service harnessing the most effective ways for customers to reach their audience.

Vice President- Wyndi Thompson: Wyndi graduated from Brown County High School in 1989 and then moved to Logansport to be close to her mother’s side of the family.  She is a Registered Nurse.  She graduated from Indiana University School of Nursing in 1997.  She worked at St. Joseph Hospital in Kokomo for 2 years before beginning her career in home health care at Logansport Memorial Hospital, which through mergers and acquisitions eventually became Angels of Mercy Home Care.  She has been a manager in one form or another in home health care since 1999.  She married her husband John in 2004 and they have lived in the Royal Center area since 2005.  Wyndi has been a member of Logan’s Landing since May of 2016.  In August of 2017, she became the Chair of the Promo Committee.  She has also been the chair or co-chair of Scarecrow Row and Spooktacular since 2016.  Logansport holds a special place in Wyndi’s heart and she is devoted to working with Logan’s Landing to make the city all that it can be.  When not working or volunteering with Logan’s Landing, Wyndi loves to travel our beautiful country with her husband and granddaughter, Annabelle, and spend time with family.

 

  

Secretary - Nikki S. Reid: Nikki was born and raised in Logansport. She graduated from Logansport High School and has lived in Logansport most of her life. Nikki is the owner of Trees Camera Shop and The Nest. She started out in 1974 with the purchase of Trees Camera Shop. The camera store carried a full line of cameras, projectors, darkroom equipment and general photographic supplies. When the photographic industry started to change, there was a need to go in a different direction with her business, and The Nest was created. Her vision was that if Trees were to Branch out, she could build a Nest. In 1984 the Nest began selling gifts. Some 40 years later Nikki can boast about being one of the oldest businesses in downtown Logansport. Nikki has two children and six grand kids. She enjoys spending time with her family, is an active member of Calvary Presbyterian Church, is in a bible study group, and enjoys working out at the Logansport YMCA.

 

Treasurer - Mark Hartman: Mark has been a member of the Logan’s Landing Board of Directors since spring of 2004, and is a Past President of the Board. He 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 president of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church’s board of directors.


 

Bob Dunderman: Bob is a lifelong resident of Logansport. Upon graduating from Logansport High School he starting working for a local factory. He soon married his best friend Kathy and started his new career at Logansport Municipal Utilities. Moving up the ladder of success brought him to his current position as the Electric Distribution Manager at LMU. Bob is Past President of the Logan's Landing Board of Directors.He is an active board member of the Industrial Park Board, Past President, board member and current member of the Logansport Noon Kiwanis. He also is a Past President and longtime board member of the Indiana Municipal Electric Association. He enjoys all types of sports, especially those that can be shared with his wife. Bob and Kathy have two children, Abby and Andrew, and are the proud owners of a Golden Doodle named Peyton.

 

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 45 years, and together they own and operate the Pear Tree Gallery, a longtime downtown business.  Tom is the father of two and grandfather of four.  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 30 years.  Tom has been active on the Downtown Business Owners committee of Logan’s Landing and has served as Board President.

 

 

 

 

Kevin Crook: Kevin was born in Logansport and graduated from Logansport High School in 1994. He attended IUK before accepting a managerial position at Andrew’s Jewelers, and then opened American Family Insurance in 1998. 17 years later Kevin closed his agency to work as an account executive at Consolidated Union, selling auto, home, life and group health and life insurance. His wife, Angela Crook, is a lifelong resident of Logansport and is an Assistant Principal at Columbia Elementary School. Kevin & Angela have two children, Caleb and Chloe. Kevin enjoys coaching their kids in whatever sport is in season. He has previously served on the boards of Special Olympics, Woodlawn/Peak Community Services, and Cass County Community Foundation. He is also a Rotarian.

 

 

 

Jim Crain: Jim has been associated with only one downtown business, nearly his entire adult life. After graduating from Logansport High School in 1980, he began working at Kroeger Funeral Home in February, 1981. In August, 1987, after graduating with honors from Mid-America College of Funeral Service in Jeffersonville Indiana, he returned to Logansport, his hometown, to continue and participate in the tradition of excellence at Kroeger Funeral Home. Jim is blessed with four children from one in college down to middle school. He has contributed to this community by participating in many youth sports and LHS athletic events, Noon Kiwanis, Cass County Historical Society, and is a member of All Saints Catholic Church. A regular contributor to the Cass County Community Foundation; by doing so, this supports student scholarships, community landmarks, and events throughout Logansport.

 

 

  

Dan Hosler: Dan Hosler has been a resident of Logansport since 2007.  He and his family moved to Logansport from Ohio when Dan accepted the position of Chief Financial Officer of Security Federal Savings Bank.  He and his wife Deb have been married since 1987 and are the parents to three children.  Dan and his family attend LifeGate Church.  Dan previously served on the board of Logan’s Landing and is a past board member for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cass County.  He is currently the President of the Board for Peak Community Services.

 

 

Vickie Lebo: After graduating from Lewis Cass High School, Vickie went on to work in a local flower shop while attending night school for Interior Design. She has been in the interior design field for 32 years. She opened her own business “Interior Designs by Vickie” in 1995. Her studio is located at 808 Michigan Ave. Vickie has been involved with Logans Landing for many years, serving on the Design Committee and volunteering at different functions. She was an active board member of the Cass County Arts Alliance for 12 years, helping with and chairing multiple fund raisers and festivals. Vickie also participated in 22 Designer Show Homes in Kokomo, and place in the top three “People’s Choice“ award several years. Vickie says she’s proud to have the best son and two of the most beautiful granddaughters in Cass County, not that she’s biased or anything.