On November 10, Sandy Fisher received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 13th Annual Habitat Ohio State Conference.
Sandy has served Habitat for over 30 years. She started volunteering for the Women's Builds in Miami County in the early 1990’s, helping to complete 6 local homes. She has worked with the Master Gardeners doing landscape projects on 9 homes. She then served on the Board of Trustees as Secretary from 2009 to 2012. After serving on the Board of Trustees, she then moved onto serving at the ReStore where she has been volunteering her time for over 10 years.
She is a beacon of light at the ReStore, welcoming customers, new volunteers and taking partner families under her wing and making them feel like part of the family.
Sandy helped to implement the First Aid Training CPR/AED for staff and volunteers as part of the ReStore Safety Committee.
She has left no stone unturned and has acted as a mentor, leader, and an example to all at our affiliate.
It's only once in a lifetime that we get to experience people like Sandy who have dedicated their time to Habitat for over 30 years. Her love for our mission is truly inspirational.
Thank you, Sandy!