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Gibson County Community Foundation Announces New Board Members
09/18/2013

Onsite OHS President & CEO excited to join community board

GIBSON COUNTY, IN- Two community members have been selected to join the board of the Gibson County Community Foundation. Kyle G. Johnson will be joining the board for the first time and Matthew R. Grabbe will be joining the board once more after having served several years ago.

Headshot: Kyle Johnson
A Missouri native, Kyle G. Johnson, President & CEO of Onsite Occupational Health & Safety, Inc. (Onsite OHS), has called Gibson County home for more than 20 years. Since founding Onsite OHS back in 2008, the U.S. Navy veteran has led his second occupational medicine company all over across the globe - providing medical services on six of the seven continents - thus making it one of the fastest growing privately-owned companies right here in Indiana.

After achieving success with Onsite OHS, Johnson founded Halfrack Properties in order to give back to the community.  Through Halfrack, he purchased multiple downtown Princeton buildings and turned them into thriving small businesses. He has also partnered with the City of Princeton's Stellar Grant.

Johnson resides in Francisco with his wife, Melissa, a Gibson County native. The couple has two daughters and one grandchild. "I am looking forward to working alongside our civic leaders on the Gibson County Community Foundation's Board of Trustees. Gibson County has become my home; Melissa and I raised our family here."

Headshot: Matt Grabbe
Matt Grabbe is a financial consultant with the Pearson Grabbe Group of Hilliard Lyons in Princeton. He has been with Hilliard Lyons for almost seven years and is a Registered Investment Advisor Representative. Grabbe also earned the Accredited Asset Management Specialist (AAMS®) designation in 2008. 

An avid tennis player, Grabbe is an assistant coach for the Gibson Southern Lady Titan tennis team. He has served several volunteer positions including Distinguished Past President of the Princeton Kiwanis Club, Treasurer of The Gibson County Community Foundation and Secretary of the Princeton Goaltenders Club.

He is also the current Treasurer of the Community Foundation.

Grabbe lives in Fort Branch with his wife Shaun and their son and daughter. "I am excited to help the Community Foundation grow so that we can continue to help Gibson County for many years to come."

Founded in 1993, the Gibson County Community Foundation is a charitable organization formed to strengthen our community by awarding grants to local nonprofits, by bringing individuals together to address community needs, and by offering personalized charitable gift planning services to our donors. The Foundation is like a bridge, connecting the needs of the community with the convictions of the heart. Contact the Foundation or visit www.gibsoncountyfoundation.org to learn more.

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