LOGAN President and CEO Clint Bolser to resign

Successor to be named following rigorous executive search process

SOUTH BEND, Indiana (March 1, 2017) —  The LOGAN Community Resources, Inc. Board of Directors has accepted the resignation of Clint Bolser, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective June 30, 2017. Clint, his wife Stacy and their two children have chosen to relocate to Richmond, Indiana to be closer to family.

“I have had the incredible honor to work and serve extraordinary people in the Michiana area for more than five years,” Bolser said. “Together we have worked extremely hard to enhance LOGAN’s mission and I am very excited for the future of LOGAN and the people and families we serve. This was an incredibly tough decision for me and I will miss serving the LOGAN clients and working with the extremely dedicated staff.”

Bolser joined LOGAN in January 2012 and under his direction LOGAN has been able to significantly increase the number of clients that the organization serves. In particular, Bolser’s continued focus on the growing needs of independent living, autism services, community employment and transition services to students with disabilities have helped to fundamentally shape the opportunities for families across northern Indiana and southwest Michigan.

“Clint will be deeply missed and will always be part of the LOGAN family,” observed Trent Grocock, Chair of the LOGAN Board of Directors. “Clint brought a visionary style to LOGAN that always put the individuals that LOGAN served first. We all have been touched by his dedication, passion and commitment to the mission.”

Bolser will remain as President and CEO through June to both support the strategic and ongoing needs of the organization and help with the search, assessment and transition process for his successor.

LOGAN is a not-for-profit organization that offers resources and opportunities to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities so they, and their families, may achieve their desired quality of life. Since 1950, LOGAN has reached out to friends and families with help and hope through advocacy, resources and services.  LOGAN invites people of our community to join their mission by opening their doors and their hearts to discover the potential.  For more information, visit www.LoganCenter.org.

Nancy Miller
Director of Marketing and Communications