Main Street Greenville Elects New Board Members

February 2, 2015

 

Main Street Greenville elected two new members to the board of trustees at their January board meeting. They are Mr. Travis Fliehman and Mrs. Kim Manalo.

 

 

Travis Fliehman

Travis is an attorney with Detling, Harlan & Fliehman, Ltd., where his practice involved business and corporate matters, estate planning & administration, and various civil matters. Travis received his Bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics from the Ohio State University (1993) and law degree from the University of Dayton (1999).

 

 

Travis, along with his wife Kelly (a Versailles native) and daughter Lexi (16), moved back to Darke County in 2009. In the past 5 years, he has held numerous leadership and volunteer roles, including Rotary Club of Greenville (President); Darke County Foundation (Board of Directors & Vice President); Darke County Chamber of Commerce (Board of Directors); Darke County YMCA (Past Board of Directors); and Darke County Bar Association (Past President). In addition, Travis is the assistant coach for the Versailles High School swim team. The Fliehman family also attends EUM church.

 

 

Travis believes Darke County is a great place to live, raise a family, and work; and Main Street Greenville is a great way to promote local business development and enrich community pride.

 

 

Kim Manalo

Kim is a native of Greenville and has lived here the majority of her life. Kim studied real estate at Edison State Community College. She is a licensed realtor with Berkshire Hathaway

HomeServices, Professional Realty (formerly Prudential One). Kim has been a realtor since 2002.

 

Kim resides in Greenville with her husband, Joey. They have two grown children and have their first grandchild on the way. Additionally, Kim serves on the Darke County Board of Realtors and as an officer for Greenville VFW Post 7262 Ladies Auxiliary.

 

 

Kim is a compassionate supporter of Main Street Greenville. She believes it is important to be involved with local organizations like MSG to raise community awareness and work to keep Darke County a great place to visit, live, work and raise a family.

 

 

“We are excited to add Kim & Travis to our team of dedicated board members”, said Dave Ernst, Board President for Main Street Greenville. “They are both excited to get started and we are happy to add their skills to our team.”

 

 

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