The mission of the Madison County Firefighters Foundation, Inc (Fire Rescue House of Madison County) and its volunteers is to provide the victims of domestic house fires, natural disaster, or other personal difficulties, including but not limited to, victims of domestic house fire or natural disaster with temporary housing, assistance, and inspiration in a safe and supportive environment as they begin to rebuild their lives. The board reserves the right to grant or deny intake on a case by case basis. As part of the community, the Fire Rescue House attempts to fill the gaps in a manner that leaves no one or no family without a place to call home in their time of need.
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Board Of Directors
Daniel Stevens – President
Daniel Stevens is the Senior Pastor at Grace Baptist Church in Anderson. Daniel has also served as the president of Virginia Baptist College as well as a K-12 School Administrator. Daniel’s education includes a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Divinity from Pensacola Christian College and a Ph.D. in Biblical Studies from Piedmont International University.
Daniel has a very strong community service record, serving on multiple Boards and community service organizations.
Wilbur DuBois – Vice President
Will DuBois is currently a Senior Systems Programmer at Navient where he has served for eighteen years. Will served in the United States Marine Corps and studied Software Engineering from Purdue University.
A former pastor, Will has a passion for the needs of the Anderson community. He has worked to help families throughout Anderson for decades.
Doug Stein – Treasurer
Doug Stein is the Assistant Pastor at Grace Baptist Church in Anderson. Doug holds a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Divinity from Maranatha Baptist University. A former heavyweight wrestling champion in high school and college in the late 70s, Pastor Stein has volunteered through the years as a wrestling coach to several Anderson schools.
Doug has a passion for helping with the needs of local residents. He has served as a volunteer firefighter, EMT, and a police chaplain. He most recently served as the Deputy Chief of the Richland Township Fire Department and currently holds the office of the Richland Township Trustee.
Jerry Landers – Board Member
Jerry Landers is the Chief Executive Officer of Aspire Indiana Health located throughout central Indiana. Jerry has spent the majority of his professional career working with and developing programs to serve the needs of the homeless population.
Dr. Landers earned his doctorate degree in Business Administration from Columbia Southern University and he holds a Master of Science degree, in addition to a Master of Business Administration degree and he is a certified occupancy specialist for HUD. As a self proclaimed “Lifelong Learner”, he continues to seek out new learning opportunities whenever possible.
Through opportunities like the Fire Rescue House, Jerry continues to have a vision for the community – helping those in need.
Brian McCarthy – Board Member
Brian McCarthy is the maintenance director at Aspire Indiana Health. Having served on the maintenance teams at a number central Indiana hospitals, Brian has both knowledge of facility upkeep and a love for helping those in great need.
Brian received his Bachelor of Science from Bob Jones University and has over twenty years of on the ground experience in the area of facility maintenance.
Having grown up in a small town in Maine, Brian grew a love for helping his fellow neighbors and continues to show his neighborly care at the Fire Rescue House.
Jeanne Luttrull – Bookkeeper
Jeanne Luttrull is the Financial Administrator at Indiana Christian Academy, where she taught for over 25 years. In 2011, Jeanne became the Office Manager for then Congressman Mike Pence where she managed campaign financial records and reporting. In 2018, Jeanne came back to Indiana Christian Academy to work in the financial office.