Monday, July 10, 2017

Darke County United Way Announces New Board Members

Bethany Menke, Chance Cox, and Gavin Glasscoe
Greenville, OH (July 5, 2017): The Darke County United Way recently announced the addition of Chance Cox, Gavin Glasscoe, and Bethany Menke to its Board of Directors.

Chance Cox is an Associate Attorney at Goubeaux & Brand and Assistant Law Director for the City of Greenville. When asked why he joined the Board, Cox said, “I wanted to get involved in a nonprofit agency, and I feel that the Darke County United Way reaches more communities and positively impacts the lives of more individuals than any other entity in Darke County.” Cox resides in Oakwood with his wife, Allison (Eiting) Cox, and their dog Clutch.

Gavin Glasscoe is an insurance agent with Littman Thomas Agency, Inc. in Greenville. “I wanted to be part of something bigger,” stated Glasscoe when asked why he joined the Board. “I have seen what Darke County United Way has done for the community, and I wanted to be a part of an organization that helps so many. DCUW is investing in the individuals of our community and understands that fighting for the health, education, and financial stability in our community is what makes Darke County a great community.” Glasscoe lives in Greenville with his wife, Ann (House) Glasscoe, and their three boys.

Bethany Menke is a Senior Human Resources Generalist in the Human Resources department for Midmark Corporation in Versailles. When asked why she joined the Board, Menke stated, “I have always enjoyed being involved in community activities and volunteering my time for organizations that make a positive impact in our community. I feel the United Way is one of those organizations that reach so many areas of our community, and I feel privileged to be a part of the organization.” Menke lives in Versailles with her three children.

“I am looking forward to working with Chance, Gavin, and Bethany through the United Way Board of Directors,” stated Christy Baker, Executive Director for the Darke County United Way. “Each one brings valuable skills and talents to the table as well as a passion to make Darke County a great place to live and work for EVERY resident.”

The Darke County United Way fights for the health, education, and stability of every person in our community. For more information, contact the Darke County United Way at 547-1272 or

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