"Empowering Independence in the Name of Christ."


Curryanne was born in Peru, Indiana graduating from Maconaquah High School in 1967.  She graduated from Purdue University in 1972 with a bachelors degree in Theatre Area Concentration.  Some of the positions she held were assistant costumer in Summer Stock at Mount Carroll, Illinois, Research Librarian at Peru Public Library, and teller/receptionist for AmericanTrust Saving and Loan.  Curryanne met and married David L Hostetler in 1975.  She has two daughters and son in laws along with four grandchildren.  In 1995, Curryanne attended Northern Theologial Seminary in Lombard graduating in 2004 with a Master of Divinity.  In 2005, she answered the call of God to pastor Sparta United Church of Christ, Kimmel, Indiana.  In 2006, she joined the Common Grace Committee.  And in 2009, she joined the Noble County Sheriffs Department as Chaplain.  Curryanne became Chair as Common Grace was undergoing the changes which ultimately became Common Grace Ministries, Inc.   To be the Chair of the Board has been a humbling and awesome experience, she says.  She is reminded daily that "God is good all the time and, all the time God is Good" as she works with Common Grace Ministries, Inc. 



Terry G. Housholder is a lifelong Noble County resident.  He is the president and publisher of KPC Media Group, Inc., based in Kendallville.  He is an active member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Avilla. 

HEIDI LUDWIG, INCOMING CHAIR 2018 (Associate Director, Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne)

Heidi is an active member of St. John Lutheran Church, Kendallville and a lifelong resident of Avilla where she resides with her husband, Rick, and two children.  Heidi is Associate Director at the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne where her responsibilities include oversight of investments, accounting and operations.


TAMMY PIFER, BOARD TREASURER (Early Head Start Director, Bright Point)

GRACE FRAZIER (Teens on Boards)

CINDY KENNEDY (Washington Township Trustee)

Cindy was born and raised in Ft. Wayne, she and her husband Jim have owned and operated the family automotive business for 35 years. They started to enjoy Noble county in 2004 by weekending at Knapp Lake. God's beauty of the natural lake pulled them to move there in 2010. Cindy is involved in community service and is currently the Washington Township Trustee in Noble County. They are both active members of the American Legion. Cindy is the Sargent of Arms for the Auxiliary at post 253   . They are members of North Webster Church of God.  
ANNE TIPPLE  (Dow Corning) 
REV. JERRY BURGHDUFF (Brimfield & Rome City United Methodist Churches)