The Remington Wolcott Community Development Commission has a nine-member board of directors. The board of directors is responsible for overseeing the work in five focus areas: housing, economic development, children and family, senior citizens, and schools.
|Executive DirectorTerri SDaltzman
Terri has a Master of Public Affairs degree from Indiana University Northwest and completed Ball State's Community Development Educational program. Her background includes small business management, non profit program development, and non profit administration. She and her husband chose to live in the Remington Wolcott area with their four children in 2010 after experiencing first hand the friendly and vibrant atmosphere of the region. She has been a resident of Jasper County since 2001.
||Chairman of the Board|
Remington Town Council
Charlie Illingworth is relatively new to the Remington Wolcott area, having lived in the area for only 5 years. He brings a fresh perspective to the Remington Wolcott Community Development Commission on how to position his new home town for future growth. His goal is to improve the standard of living in the area to draw additional residents and business to the two communities. For Charlie, controlled growth is key, and will lead to increased school enrollment and new employment opportunities. He is also active on the Remington Town Board and as a trustee at First Christian Church.
Dr. Gib Crimmins
Superintendent, Tri-County Schools Corporation
As school enrollment began to decline, Dr. Crimmins discovered that many people knew the community had to do something but needed someone to step up to lead the initiative. So Dr. Crimmins took the first step, and has since become a driving force behind the creation of the Remington Wolcott Community Development Commission. His goals include preserving a school corporation that was a source of pride for the communities and letting the rest of the world know “the best kept secret” in Indiana. As a 19-year resident of Remington, Dr. Crimmins has been an active member of the Remington Lions Club and Remington First Christian Church as well as a member of the Tri-County Educational Foundation.
Wolcott Town Council Vice President, Tuthill Drive Systems Jon was born and raised in Wolcott. He knows first hand the value of a degree from Tri-County High School and the importance of putting his community first. Jon joined the Remington Wolcott Community Development Commission to “help the Wolcott and Remington communities promote what they have and continuing making this a great place to live and work.” In addition to his service through RWCDC and the Wolcott Town Council, he also is on the board of directors for the Anson Wolcott Historical Society. Jon’s hobbies are landscaping and architecture.
Housing Committee ChairmanSilver Lane Hybrids
Steve Kinsell has lived in the community longer than any other board member of the Remington Wolcott Community Development Commission. For 55 years, Steve has enjoyed the people and admired the communities’ passion to maintain a quality town. His first priority is growing the Tri-County School Corporation enrollment. He is also active with the Remington Lions Club, Jasper Foundation and Remington Redevelopment Commission. He holds an MBA in chemical engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and a MBS from Indiana University.
Tri-County Schools Corporation School Board
Any Manning joined the Remington Wolcott Community Development Commission board out of a deep-rooted desire to build a community that offers opportunities to live, work and play for people of all ages. An 18-year resident of Remington, Amy also is active with the Tri-County Bible Church.
Children & Family Committee ChairmanIrving Materials, Inc.
Don Pampel knows Remington Wolcott. He’s lived here all his life. That’s why, as member of the Remington Wolcott Community Development Commission, he wants to funnel new ideas and promote the growth of the community but also maintain the feel of the small town oasis that he has come to love. Don also serves on the Tri-County School Board, Remington Park Board, Remington Area Historical Society and Sacred Heart Parish Council. He is part owner of an Indiana winery as well and enjoys history and genealogy.
The board, in accordance with its by-laws, includes a member (or a council appointed representative) of the Remington and Wolcott Town Councils. The board also must include the Tri-County School Corporation Superintendent and a member of the Tri-County School Board. The other five members are at-large members.
The Remington Wolcott Community Development Commission is volunteer led, and relies on donations for its operational expenses and professional consultants.