“I remember coming to Tibbits as a kid. My husband and I like to come to shows here. I have great memories from Tibbits and it holds a special place in my heart. It is a great building and a great asset to our community. When I was approached with the opportunity to be a part of the Tibbits family and contribute to the organization, I had to say yes.”
Amy Crabtree about joining Tibbits.
Amy Crabtree has joined the Tibbits staff as Special Events Coordinator. With energy and enthusiasm she has hit the ground running and is busy making plans for Tibbits Golf Par-Tee to be held in August. At the same time she is learning all she can about Tibbits’ other major event and fundraiser, the Annual Auction.
Amy’s previous work experience includes Consumers Credit Union where she spent five and a half years as a Member Service Representative. She worked as the Volunteer Coordinator and Marketing Clerk at the Community Health Center of Branch County where she processed new volunteers to the hospital, worked closely with volunteers to coordinate volunteer events and fundraisers, and assisted with marketing. Most recently, she worked as the Head Start Program Secretary for the Branch Intermediate School District where she handled program requisitions, program inventory, and substitute placement.
Amy graduated from Quincy High School in 2004 and from Kellogg Community College in 2007. She resides in Coldwater with her husband Chris and enjoys spending time with friends and family, going to concerts and plays, gardening, and taking painting classes. She is an avid Detroit Tigers fan, and enjoys traveling when she can. She is also a history enthusiast and enjoys learning about the local history of Coldwater and its historical buildings like Tibbits.
What is the most exciting part of working at Tibbits for Amy? “I love the idea that kids of a younger generation get the opportunity to make memories at Tibbits the way I did. Not only do I get to work for a great place, but I get to give back to a treasured piece of our community.”
If you stop into the office, help us welcome Amy. You can also let her know how you’d like to get involved in our upcoming events.