Board of Directors
With so many working parts of HFHGH, it takes a lot of people who volunteer their time and efforts to keep us moving forward to be able to give a hand up to those in need.
Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity of Grays Harbor. 2019
From Left to Right: Carol Windell, David Mistachkin, Debbi Ross, Dave Steele, Tony Enzler, Rick Johnson, Kuinn Karaffa, Ed Liedtke, Linda Francisco, Holly Hagen, Laurie Johnson, Dan Olson, and Greg Hedrick
Updated picture to come in January 2020
About Habitat for Humanity Board members.
I moved to Aberdeen in 1990 with my family. We raised 3 daughters in Aberdeen. I began working at Ingram Zelasko & Goodwin in 1992 and have been their bookkeeper for 15 plus years.
I joined the Habitat board in 2010 on the Finance Committee. I have worked on 4 builds and cooked countless meals for volunteers - something I enjoy. I currently serve as Treasurer to the Board of Directors after a six-month hiatus in 2017.
My name is Carol Windell, and I am a Residential Lender for Timberland Bank in downtown Hoquiam. I have lived in Grays Harbor my whole life and raised three children in the Aberdeen and Hoquiam School Districts.
I am passionate about helping local individuals and families achieve their dreams of homeownership here in Grays
Harbor, and I look forward to being a part of helping families through Habitat for Humanity.
Retired Safeway 2007, Dennis Company 2014, and have volunteered for Habitat for Humanity on the Store Committee for the past 2 years. I enjoy the time with my wife, son, daughter, and 4 grandsons, and helping the Habitat Store in its operation and its contributions to the Habitat Mission.
“As a Mortgage Loan Officer for Timberland Bank in Hoquiam, helping families obtain good, affordable housing is very near and dear to my heart. I’ve always admired Habitat for Humanity’s mission to do the same, and I’m happy to have the opportunity to help them do just that. Whether it is building homes for families, or critical home repairs to existing homes, I’m very drawn to Habitat’s heart for our Grays Harbor community.”
I am newly married, have three grown sons, six grandkids and 3 great-grandkids. I will be retiring from Grays Harbor College December 31 after 30 years working in the Records Office. I have been the family liaison for 2 of our Habitat for Humanity families. I am going on my 25th year as an active member of Washington State Home and Community Educators (WSHCE). Once retired I am looking forward to dedicating more time to Habitat.
In 2012, I moved to Grays Harbor County after a long career, 38 years, with the BNSF Railroad, as a Machinist, then Police Office/Special Agent, then supervisor for the Mechanical Department.
Retirement was in the plans, but it seems I have been very busy working on various Non Profit and church activities. I am the current Treasurer of the Pacific Center Roads board of directors, where I work to collect yearly dues from residents of Pacific center and to build private roads in our community. I am an ordained minister, a board member of my local church, and a member of the North Beach Singers. The North Beach singers do 6 concerts a year, that provide food and funds to assist operation of the Ocean Shores and Pacific Beach food Banks.
I wanted to expand my horizon when I join Habitat for Humanity Board. I am learning what the great group of Christian believers, are all about and how we as members of the board can assist the over group to provide housing to needy and worthy neighbors. I hope I can make a difference in people’s lives, with my efforts working with Habitat for Humanity.
My name is Tony Enzler and I have worked hard towards my educational goals, earning myself a BA in finance from WSU and an MBA in finance from Marylhurst University in Portland Oregon. In 2014 I became a Commercial Lending Team Leader at the Bank of the Pacific. My past work experience includes working with other banks such as; Frontier Bank, Sterling Savings Bank, Umpqua Bank and Columbia Bank.
I live in Aberdeen with my wife Elichia and my children Dryden, Elisabeth and Winston. In my spare time I am very devoted to volunteering for the community. While also serving on the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity of Grays Harbor, my other board positions include: Greater Grays Harbor, Inc., Pacific Harbors Council BSA and Aberdeen Rotary. I also enjoy being a part of the Saron Lutheran Church in Hoquiam where I am on the council and serve as Lay Minister.