Sandy Bonahoom grew up and graduated from college in Wisconsin. She spent six years in Naples Florida, three teaching high school business and three as a certified financial planner. Life then brought her back to Milwaukee where she was a legal administrator for a large downtown law firm where she met her husband, Joe. They moved to Ft. Wayne where Joe began his law practice. They have been married for thirty years and have three boys, Zach (wife Kristen), Spence and Ben along with a great dog Millie. Currently she is the Director of Client Services for the Fort Wayne office of Seasons HomeCare, a non-medical in home care company where she helps with the needs of the clients from acquisition forward. She helps families with the transition from not having a caregiver, to having care and maintaining the relationships between client and caregiver. Sandy is pleased to be a part of the Home Bound Meals Board.
David received two Bachelor degrees from the University of Evansville in Global Business Administration (B.S.) and Spanish (B.A.), graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2006. During his time at the University, David lived abroad on three different occasions, initially undertaking studies and an internship in Mendoza, Argentina followed by two consecutive summers spent in Mexico City working in Sales and Marketing roles as an intern. David speaks Spanish and English, with a working proficiency in French as well. Shortly after graduating, David joined the Do it Best Corp. team in July 2006. Promoted in 2008, David began traveling extensively on behalf of the company, visiting new international members and affiliates and working with them through the initial sales and setup process. In 2011, David took the company’s first-ever expatriate International Sales position, and he and his wife Kelly moved to Singapore to develop the business and membership base in SE Asia and the Middle East. While in Asia, David and Kelly were highly involved in the local community and even served as leaders in their local church. David and his family returned to the U.S. in May 2014, and he was promoted to the role of Global Sales & Product Development Manager within the Merchandising division where his main responsibilities are to develop vendor programs and sourcing initiatives for international members. David and his wife Kelly live in Fort Wayne with their two children.
I’m a graduate of Taylor University in 1985. I started in Banking in 1987 with Standard Federal Bank untill they were bought out in 2001 by 1st Source Bank. I have been an Assistant Vice President since 2000. Along with my community involvement as a board member for Homebound Meals, I have been a board member for the March of Dimes for the past 25 years. I have also been Treasurer of the Waynedale Community Improvement Team. I am married to my wife, Karen, for the over 30 years and we have two sons, and two grandchildren.
Pamela’s hometown is South Bend, Indiana and she’s been in Fort Wayne since 1965. She attended Purdue/IPFW.
Married with one son, she has served as a Past Member of the Junior League; Past Member of Jaycee Wives. Pamela also was the First Female President of the Concordia Gardens Association and also Treasurer of the Concordia Gardens Association; and Vice President of St. Barbara’s Guild, in addition to having a 26 year career with GTE’s Accounting Department.
Rachel Bobilya has a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Ball State University and is pursuing her MBA from Huntington University. She spent a majority of her career working in real estate in the city of Chicago. Rachel Bobilya joined Ambassador Enterprises Real Estate Group in 2016 where she is responsible for multiple levels of real estate operations in Fort Wayne and the Midwest area.
Rachel currently serves on the professional board’s of Ambassador Supply and Ambassador Technologies. She has spent time working with the Rescue Mission through the Charis House.
Rachel lives in Fort Wayne with her husband, Dan, and three children, Donovan, Mallory, and Davis. Dan is a co-owner and attorney at Bonohoom & Bobilya, LLC.
Scott grew up in Fort Wayne, pursuing a career in media and marketing that included stops in Indianapolis and Detroit before returning to Fort Wayne in 1998. He has served on the Board of Directors with the American Advertising Federation, Marketing Committees with the Boy Scouts and other non-profit organizations. Since 2013, Scott has been a Marketing Coach and member of the Federated Media Advertising Sales Team working specifically with WOWO & ESPN Radio along with Federated Digital Solutions.
Married to Kathy since 2001, they have 5 grown kids and 9 grand kids and are actively involved in their church. Scott first became aware of Homebound Meals when his parents were involved with the program before they passed away.
A graduate of the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC, with a B.A. in Journalism, Kris is an active community volunteer, serving on the board of the local chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals as well as the board of directors of Catholic Cemetery. Prior to her recent retirement, she served in marketing, community awareness and development roles for PBS, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art and Visiting Nurse.