The Board of Directors of SCUFFY (Shelby County United Fund for You) is deeply saddened by the recent and unexpected passing of its Executive Director, Angela Davies. Angie joined SCUFFY as the Executive Director in 2011. Prior to that, she served for several years on the SCUFFY Board as co-chair of the Industry/Labor Division of the annual drive while working at Knauf Insulation. SCUFFY is symbolized by the little person with the big heart and Angie was the epitome of this symbol. She cared deeply about thepeople and community of Shelby County and served the SCUFFY organization and its thirteen member agencies with sincere dedication and overwhelming compassion.She was deeply loved by the SCUFFY family and our entire community and will be sorely missed.
Given this loss, it is imperative we continue the SCUFFY mission Angie worked so hard to maintain. The SCUFFY Board has chosen David Fisher to serve as Interim Executive Director as it searches for a permanent replacement. Dave recently retired from Ryobi Die Casting where he was Purchasing Manager for 22 years. He currently sits on the SCUFFY Board and has led the Industry/Labor Division of the annual SCUFFY drive formore than two decades. In addition, Dave was Drive Chair for the 50th anniversary in 2004 and served as President of the Board of Directors during 2007/2008 and again in 2017/2018.
Dave will work with the 2020 Drive Chairs, Kyle Beaty of Beaty Construction and Drew Little of Knauf Insulation, to ensure a successful completion of the 66th annual drive. The drive starts on March 4 with an 8:00 am Kick-off Breakfast at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino and concludes with the End of Drive dinner on May 6th.
The SCUFFY Board is currently accepting applications to fill the permanent Executive Director position.Information on this position is available at www.scuffy.org. Those interested in applying can submit a resume to HR@Scuffy.org.
Please join the entire SCUFFY organization and all of Shelby County in recognizing the significant and lasting contributions Angie Davies made during her tenure as Executive Director. We ask everyone to continue their support of the organization Angie gave so much to.