Now, Leigh’s oldest son is attending BGSU and the other is a sophomore at Perrysburg High School. Leigh enjoys spending time her family on her parent’s boat, knitting and crocheting, reading and making dinners with her husband.
Thank you, Leigh, for your service to the Wood County Committee on Aging!
Amy grew up in Rollersville, Ohio and graduated from Gibsonburg High School. She went on to study English (professional writing) and Radio/TV broadcasting at Capital University in Columbus. Amy was a news producer at WTOL-TV in Toledo until 2003 when she started working at BGSU, where Amy is still employed. She has worked in the Counseling Center, the Athletic Department and now in the School of Earth, Environment and Society.
Amy is a mom to Noah, age 24, who is presently a doctoral student in philosophy at Syracuse University; Sasha, age 23, a recent graduate of Southern Illinois University with a degree in exercise science; and Asa, a 2020 BGHS graduate, now attending OSU to pursue a degree in computer engineering. Amy volunteers at the monthly food pantry at First United Methodist Church. She is a member of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, where she volunteers as a worship cantor, vocal quartet member, scripture reader, Stephen Minister, and several other capacities including homebound communion and Wednesday Night Live. She enjoys singing, pie baking, gardening, watching college football and basketball, and bike rides on the Slippery Elm Trail.
Thank you, Amy, for your service to the Wood County Committee on Aging!