Each year, United Way of Hancock County selects a small business that has exhibited excellence in supporting the mission to measurably improve lives in Hancock County. These small businesses not only support United Way of Hancock County by serving on the board, volunteering and financially investing in the community but also work with other nonprofit organizations and causes.
2018 Community Partner Award - Chuck Bills and Ohio Logistics
The United Way of Hancock County is pleased to honor Chuck Bills and Ohio Logistics with this year’s Community Partner Award.
Chuck, his family-owned business and associates look out for their neighbors in need through support and promotion of local nonprofits and their programs including
United Way of Hancock County, Flag City Honor Flight, Findlay Hope House, Feed-A-Child, Habitat for Humanity and many more.
Chuck is active in the Findlay-Hancock County community and has served on multiple boards including the Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development and The Alliance, Community Improvement Corporation, Community Development Foundation, the University of Findlay Business Advisory Board, and the Owens Foundation Board.
An Indiana native, Chuck has made this community his home with wife Dee Dee and family. Since 1988, Ohio Logistics has grown from a single warehouse into 21 locations in five states with more than 275 employees.
Thank you for your dedication to this community and for showing us what it means to LIVE UNITED.
Past Community Partner Award Recipients:
2017 HHWP Community Action Commission
2016 The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation
2015 Community Markets/Great Scot
2014 Legacy Farmers Cooperative
2013 Millstream Career Center
2012 Hancock County Homebuilders Association
2011 Domino's Pizza
2010 First Federal Bank
2009 Downtown Restaurants
2008 Coffee Amici
2006 City Apparel