Mrs. Lyon has been associated with the Palmer Home since 1970. In 1987 she was appointed to the presidency of the board of directors, the position she holds to this day. Mrs. Lyon is a graduate of Michigan State University and was born and raised in Park Ridge, IL. She moved to Findlay with her family in 1963.
Mr. Miller, a Bowling Green State University and University of toledo Graduate, is a retired Findlay City Schools' teacher and coach and continues to substitute at Findlay High School. Following his retirement from the schools, he worked in financial services. He served as Lay Minister of Visitation at St. Andrew's UMC in Findlay for six years and contiues to serve in many capacities. John is a life-long resident of Hancock County. He is the newest member of our board.
Mrs. Slough, a University of Michigan graduate, was born and has resided in Findlay most of her life. She became a Palmer Home board member in 1988. She has been in charge of visiting and screening prospective residents for several years. "Over the years I have come to know some of the ladies, individually, and they have touched my life." She continued, "The Palmer Home is a very special facility, and each of the ladies is treated with love and dignity during the years that she is with us."
Jo Lynn Daugherty
Ms. Daugherty was appointed in April 2005. Although her appointment is new, she has been affiliated with the Judson Palmer Home for over 15 years. She started working for the Judson Palmer Home in 1991 as a bookeeper. Â She is a life-long resident of Findlay and is currently employed with Prudential Insurance.
Mr. Dodds was born and raised in Mt. Blanchard, Oh. He graduated from Riverdale High School and graduated from The College of Financial Planning in Denver. He has worked in the financial services industry for 26 years and is currently the Branch Manager for Raymond James Financial Services in Findlay. Mr. Dodds is past President of MT. Blanchard Lions Club and current member of Lima Noon Sertoma Club, Findlay Kiwanis Club, and the Moose.