NEI3A Announces Newly Elected Officers adn Board Members

posted 11/7/2017 in Press Releases

Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging Announces Newly Elected Officers and Board Members

Northeast Iowa Area Agency on Aging (NEI3A) is a non-profit organization that serves 18 counties in Northeast Iowa. The mission of NEI3A is to create and provide services for older individuals, caregivers and persons with disabilities to empower them to maintain their independence. In order to best represent older individuals in all of the 18 counties served by NEI3A, Board of Directors are chosen from various counties across NEI3A’s service area. 

NEI3A is pleased to announce the elections of new Board of Director officers. The officers were elected at the annual meeting in October.  The officers include:

  • Joyce Denczek (representing Dubuque County) – President
  • Robert J. Brown (representing Black Hawk County) – Vice President
  • Vicki Rowland (representing Fayette County) – Secretary
  • Elaine Eshbaugh (representing Black Hawk County) - Treasurer

In addition, three new members were appointed to the Board of Directors.  Joining NEI3A’s Board of Directors are:

  • Diana Dawley (representing Poweshiek County)
  • Jean Maddux (representing Black Hawk County)
  • Marna Mitchell-Butler (representing Marshall County)

These three will join the remaining board members which include:

  • Dan Anderson, (representing Tama County)
  • Kathy Babcock, (representing Chickasaw County)
  • Gary Bowden, (representing Clayton County)
  • Bob Brown, (representing Black Hawk County)  
  • Bob Clemen, (representing Delaware County)  
  • Joyce Denczek, (representing Dubuque County) 
  • Elaine Eshbaugh, (representing Black Hawk County) 
  • LuAnn Goeke, (representing Jackson County)
  • Shirley Helmrichs, (representing Delaware County   
  • Mark Kubik, (representing Howard County)
  • Vicki Rowland, (representing Fayette County)
  • Dan Byrnes, (representing Allamakee County)
  • Dean Thompson, (representing Winneshiek County)
  • Clark Wilharm, (representing Bremer County)
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