Committed to the Cause
I was the proud mother of David and proud to be appointed as Secretary for the Board. I have been practice manager for a psychology and law practice for the last 16 years part time and also watch our grandchildren part time as well.
Serving on the Board will give me the opportunity to serve the Mission of the Foundation in honor of my son, David.
I have volunteered in the past with Fort Washington FIre Company Ladies Auxuiliary. Also ten years with our St. Bernard therapy dog at local Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Library's and Schools.
Also I have had the opportunity to fund raise for the Fort Washington Fire Company Hotfoot event.
Worked at Asher’s Chocolates for 43 years. Retired as President and CEO (20 years)
Having a father as a volunteer firefighter for over 40 years and knowing David, first responders have always been an important part of my life. Being on this board affords me the opportunity to continue their legacies by promoting and supporting first responders in our community.
Seven years on church council, three as president. Chaperone of several church youth mission trips. Habitat for Humanity. Coached girls and boys intramural soccer for 11 years. Board member of Ivy Hill cemetery.
David G. Kelble Sr. was David's Dad and is the Senior Director of Technology and Digital Innovation at White Horse Village Inc.. Dave has over 30 years of experience in information technology. Dave was also an adjunct instructor for the College of Science and Technology at Temple University.
As for non-profit board work, Dave has worked on boards for several industry and charitable organizations
Jim was David's brother and is a Pennsylvania State Trooper. He is a graduate of Washington College with a Bachelors degree in Economics. He has been an active member of the Fort Washington Fire Company for the past 23 years as well as service with Chestertown, MD and Oreland, PA fire companies.
Joe is the founder of Lowe & Associates a Certified Public Accounting firm in Collegeville, PA.
Don has become a good friend of the Kelbles in the last decade and was honored that Dave and Deb asked him to be part of this foundation honoring David’s legacy. Don worked in manufacturing his entire career. After spending a dozen years in Engineering, he spent the rest of his career in Operations Management across multiple industries. He transitioned to consulting work the last three years of his career, working with local manufactures on business strategy; he continues to support clients on a part time basis after retiring in 2021. Don is married with two son’s and one grandson. He was active in coaching and supporting the team’s booster clubs in leadership positions. Don is a current board member of the Community Ambulance Association of Amber, and an additional for-profit company.
Board Member Emeritus
Nancy Schneider has been working in mental health settings for almost 50 years. She came to the Philadelphia area to enter a joint law and psychology program and has been working in private practice as a family law attorney and clinical psychologist since completing those degrees. Her work has impressed upon her the imperative of a healthy community for healthy lives. Her volunteer work includes serving as a children’s representative for the Montgomery County Child Advocacy Program. She is married with three sons and a grandchild. The Kelble family demonstrates a strong commitment to community and giving to others as well as exemplifying devotion to family. It is an honor to serve as a board member for their foundation; one that will enhance the giving tradition which their son, David, believed in and lived by.