Please join us in belatedly welcoming Amy Ezard Heth to our organization. She joined the LDHL team as an assistant administrator in May, and ultimately replaced Barbara Mank as our part-time administrator in July, when Barbara retired.
A graduate of Manheim Township and Penn State University, Amy has supported LDHL for the past 24 years. Her parents began donating faithfully to the organization in 1971 and in 2011 her mother established a Legacy Loan in memory of Amy’s father, Dr. Lawrence Ezard.
Amy possesses a strong background in accounts payable, payroll, and other administrative duties.
Her dedication to our community also makes her a valuable asset to our team. She is currently a volunteer coordinator for Power Packs Project and a member of the planning committee for Lancaster Farmland Trust. Amy enjoys performing with Bumbada Women Drummers and Ukulele Uprising, and lives in Lancaster with her husband, Thom, and their two daughters.
Amy’s transition to part-time administrator is one of two major developments to take place at LDHL in the last six months. We opened our new office at Liberty Place in July. The address is:
Lancaster Dollars for Higher Learning
313 West Liberty Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
Stop by and visit Amy and Executive Director Ann Womble in our new office on weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.