Sponsors: Nancy White and Sandy McCallister
Cate McClellan is a lifelong resident of Muncie, except for a short period out East. She graduated from Muncie Northside and has 3 degrees and 2 Masters Degrees from BSU. Cate and her husband, Arno Wittig, have both worked at BSU. She is currently a student advisor at the Teachers College, and Arno is a retired psychology professor and former Dean of the Honors College. They have 4 daughters, 2 granddaughters, and 2 fur babies. She is an avid fitness aficionado and likes to find new ways to cook healthier.
Sponsors: Valerie Helms-Mejia and Julie Tyler
Katrina Cline grew up in a small town outside Muncie. She went to Ball State University and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Fashion Merchandising. She moved to Spokane, Washington, where she spent 12 years as a senior account manager for a Fortune 500 company, servicing customers nationwide. But she missed her family and the charm of a small town and decided to move back to Indiana with her son, Aydn, and her dog, Wally. After a few years back in Yorktown, she met and fell in love with her fiancé, Jeremy. She and Jeremy have started an auto glass company called Glass Guys. Katrina has recently finished her schooling and will be a stylist at The Obie Salon.
Sponsors: Jane Meyer and Carolyn DeWitt
Judith Gill was born in Russellville, KY, a town most famous for having a bank robbed by Jesse James. She continued to live in KY for 49 years before moving to Muncie in 2018. She graduated from Western Kentucky University with a degree in English. In 2008, she started her first company, Summit Scheduling and Editing, which continues to this day and has a staff of 40. In 2018 she started her second company, Whimsies, as a passion project. Judith has 2 grown daughters who both recently relocated to Muncie. Her husband is employed at Ontario Systems as a Software Engineer. Her hobbies include gourmet cooking, her company (Whimsies), and learning about new things.
Mary Le Glore
Sponsors: Valerie Helms-Mejia and Sheila Bracken
Mary Le Glore was born in Muncie and has lived here her entire life except for 2 years when she accompanied her husband while he was in the military in San Diego. Mary Le retired from teaching business at New Castle Chrysler High School, and has worked at R.J. Whitinger & Co part time. She attended BSU, and earned several degrees: a BS in Accounting, a BS in Business Education and Office Administration, and a Masters of Arts in Education. She and her husband have 3 children and 9 grandchildren. Her husband is retired. She is involved in several committees at her church. She is the Treasurer of Chapter H of the P.E.O. Sisterhood, Treasurer of Crossroad Lutheran Historic Preservation Society, Treasurer of Delaware County Farm Festival, and a former volunteer for 8 years for VITA. Her interests and hobbies are watching her 4 local granddaughters’ sports and 4-H activities. She enjoys walking for exercise. She has completed 9 mini-marathons and the Komen, 3-day, 60-mile fund raiser.