Meet The Board

Kimberly Warner – Chairperson

Born in Ypsilanti, Kim lived in Belleville, Mi. for nearly 50 years. When her husband retired in 2004, they moved to Roscommon and then to Prudenville in 2014. She has been active with our Roscommon Center since 2011, being a trustee, chaplain, and secretary since then. She has been a member of the COA Board of Directors since 2015 and is currently treasurer. She is an ordained minister for the Assemblies of God Church and has six degrees and two certificates. She is presently working on a canine specialist certificate. In her spare time Kim is also a musician (Pianist, vocalist and handbell player). She likes to garden, kayak and lead small group Bible studies.

Tracy Constance – Vice Chairperson

Madeline Hiller – Secretary

Madeline, Maddie to most, retired from Munson/Mercy Hospital after working for them for 27 years as Referral Coordinator. Previous to that she worked in Farmington Hills for 20 years in banking. She brings a lot of experience to the agency. She is the current District President of the Lioness Club (Lions) overseeing 8 clubs in Northern Michigan and reporting to the District Governor. Maddie volunteers with the Munson Hospice Volunteer Program, Retired Seniors Volunteer Program and is a Board member of Mercy Fellowship Club and member of MVP Board receiving the MVP award. She also volunteers with the RCCOA at different events such as car shows, and wine tasting / dinner shows. She is the mother of 5 children, Nana to 12 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren (with a 4th on the way). She was also recently crowned the 2021 T.U.T Queen!

Al Schultz – Treasurer

Born in Alma, Al graduated from high school in 1950. He then served in the US Army from 1952-1954, before graduating from CMU in 1958. After graduating he spent 32 years with MDOT as an abstractor  before retiring in 1990. He moved from Lansing, Michigan to Higgins Lake in 1990. He has also worked as a  private consultant for 16 years, assisting airport owners  in purchasing land for the expansion of 16 airports within Michigan. He is a founding member of  WELS church in Roscommon. Al presently serves on the RCTA board, church council, RSVP board, along with the RCCOA . In his spare time he has worked on crafts with his  wife for 44 years, (wood projects) selling them at local craft shows. Al lead a group remodeling and moving the old health building in Roscommon, creating the AuSable River Center.

Kathleen Jernigan – Member-at-Large

Kathy is a 59 year resident of St. Helen and has been involved in the community and county since her first son was five years old. Her involvement started with room mother / booster club and moved to working on fundraisers for Alzheimer’s, Cancer, Youth Sports and United Way. She has served on various boards such as Zonta, United Way, Alzheimer’s Walk, St. Helen Chamber of Commerce, St. Helen Youth Sports (where she was also a coach) and the St. Helen Senior Advisory Board. Kathy further served our community by being on the Board of Education for the Roscommon Area Public Schools for over 20 years. Her most recent project has been to make cookies for all the athletes her son coaches!

Chuck Corwin – Member At-Large

Chuck is a registered nurse currently licensed in the State of Michigan. He serves as the Nurse Consultant for the Roscommon County Commission on Aging In-Home Services and the Serenity Day Lodge. Chuck became active with the RCCOA in 2009 when he was appointed a representative from Roscommon County to the Region 9 Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council. Since that time Chuck has donated countless hours of service to the RCCOA. He facilitates Evidence-Based Health Classes and classes for caregivers in Roscommon and surrounding counties. Chuck continues to serve on the Region 9 AAA Advisory Council, the Northeast Michigan Community Service Agency (NEMCSA) Board and the State of Michigan Advisory Council for Aging and Adult Services. He has served as a Long-Term Care Ombudsman for Region 9 for several years, functioned as a Safe Talk trainer for suicide intervention and helped establish the Crawford/Roscommon Suicide Prevention Coalition. He also served as the on-site clinical consultant for a children’s bereavement camp.

Dan Fishel – Member-At-Large 

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Marc Milburn – Member-At-Large