Officers are elected each year, but normally serve a two-year term starting in January. Some offices allow for longer times under the society by-laws.
Greg is a self-employed electronics technician and owner of Caught In Action Surveillance Systems. He has been interested in Indiana history since grade school and has been fascinated with covered bridges since his first trip to Parke County with his parents in the early 60’s. In the past 20 years, he and his wife Teresa have photographed over 325 bridges in the US and have been members of ICBS since 2014.
Andy is an IT business analyst for an Indiana hospital system. He did a folklore project in college which gave him the opportunity to photograph covered bridges and has enjoyed photography ever since. He joined the Indiana Covered Bridge Society in 2003 and enjoys meeting people and discussing Indiana's covered bridges.
Colleen has been a member of ICBS since 1999 and the Corresponding Secretary since 2005. She is a retired financial specialist from GTE/Verizon, where she worked for 30 years. She found her passion for covered bridges when a Girl Scout trip took her to Parke County, IN. Colleen also likes to crochet and tat.
Kaleb is a junior at Snider High School in Fort Wayne. He's also a Boy Scout and serves on the Mayor's Youth Engagement Council for the City of Fort Wayne. He joined ICBS because he adores history and wants to help preserve it.
Bill is our historian. He is also a previous President of the Society.
Linda is our librarian.
Faril has served as our newsletter editor fo many years.
Kristine has held a variety of creative jobs, including marketing manager and web designer, writer, editor, graphic artist, and her current positions: adjunct professor and Coordinator of Composition, Communication, and Supplemental Instruction at IPFW. She found her way into the ICBS group in the early 2000s through her parents and love for history, and has never looked back!
John is a retired telephone man who acquired a passion for history at an early age. Covered Bridges became a part of that passion after moving to Indiana in 1991 and accompanying his then fiancée (Colleen) on a ICBS outing. He joined the group and has been an avid supporter of bridges ever since.