Mr. Falkowski brings a strong financial and management background to the Laketran Board of Trustees and is the current President, past Vice President, and past Financial Committee Chair. Mr. Falkowski is a 2015 Graduate of Leadership Lake County, participated in the 2016 Lake Health Physician Shadowing Program, and is very involved in the Lake County community.
Mr. Zibbel recently retired from a 42 year career as a civil engineer and director at Burgess & Niple where he managed notable Lake County projects including Perry Local Schools, Lake County Drainage Study, Painesville WPCP Expansion, Aquarius Water Treatment Plant, and multiple Laketran Park-n-Ride lots.
Mr. Eppich is the president and CEO of Weiss North America, a multi-national company that manufactures high quality factory automation equipment. Over the years, he has been involved with Geauga Lyric Theatre Board as well as multiple corporate executive boards.
Ms. McNamee is the past president (2003) of Laketran Board of Trustees, former treasurer of Friends of Laketran and chair of Friends of Laketran Annual Golf Outing. She has participated on numerous boards for American Public Transportation Association and Easter Seals Project Action as a national advocate for public transportation and people with disabilities.
Mr. Marten had a 30 year career in finance and administration at Parker Hannifin advancing through several controller positions. He recently retired in 2017 after serving seven years as the Parker’s Executive Vice President, Finance and Administration and Chief Financial Officer.
Miss. Nunnally is the chief of staff at Gateway Economic Development Corporation of Greater Cleveland. Part of her job is to manage large-scale capital projects for Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse & Progressive Field and reports to Cuyahoga County and the City of Cleveland.
Mr. Sheets is the owner and president of Diversified Business Systems with 40 years of IT and engineering expertise. He is a 2010 graduate of Leadership Lake County and has served on many local boards.
Ms. Spence is the president of Spence Technologies a small manufacturer located in Willoughby. Her goal is to help bridge the gap between public transportation and manufacturing jobs here in Lake County to help support our workforce and the economy. Ms. Spence is the immediate past chairman of Willoughby Western Chamber of Commerce and Vice President of Alliance for Working Together.
Mr. Swason is the president of Thermotion, a company that designs and manufactures electro-thermal actuators for automotive, appliance, HVAC and aviation industries. Over the years, he has been involved with many community activities including Lake Erie College, United Way of Lake County and Boy Scouts of America. Mr. Swanson is also member of the Lakeland Alumni Hall of Fame.