Amy Macak is the General Manager at the Illinois Refining Division for Marathon Petroleum Company. During her nineteen years of experience with Marathon, Amy has held both engineering and leadership roles in Engineering, Maintenance and Operations Departments. Amy started her career at the Robinson, IL refinery in Engi
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Sophie moved to Crawford County in December 2018 with her husband and two children. She holds a master's degree in Educational Psychology from Tennessee Technological University, which led to her work in public relations and marketing in Knoxville, TN. Prior to moving to Robinson, she served as Communications Specialist for the National Research and Training Center on Blindness and Low Vision at her undergraduate alma mater, Mississippi State University, where she managed all dissemination and assisted with research and training activities.
Lisa Schaefer is passionate about serving her community. Prior to becoming Executive Director of the Robinson Chamber of Commerce in 2018, she served in many capacities, including Director of Marketing of the Southwest Indiana Chamber and Director of Marketing of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra. She earned a BS in Communications as well as a BS in Art from the University of Southern Indiana.
Sarah has lived here for over 30 years and has found Crawford County to be a great place to call home.
Josh Quick was born and raised in Watseka, Illinois and attended college at Eastern Illinois University earning a BSED in Special Education in 1995. He began his teaching career as an elementary learning disabilities teacher in the Casey-Westfield school district and
Craig Weber is a lifelong resident of Crawford County and graduated from Robinson High School. He received a BS Degree in Accounting from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a JD Degree from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Craig is an attorney with offices in Robinson and Newton. He serves on the Board of Directors of Summit Bancshares, Ltd. and First National Bank in Olney. He is a member of the Newton Rotary Club and a past board member of Crawford County Habitat for Humanity.
Craig and his wife, Stephanie, each have two college-age children.
Mary is a lifelong resident of Crawford County. She has been married to her husband Terry for 23 years and has 3 children (Sydney, Elaina and Parker) and a son-in-law (Matt Joris).
Robbie is married to his wife Theresa for 33 years, and they have two children ( Erica and Tyler), one son-in-law (Josh Hatfield), and a daughter-in-law (Taylor Nethery). They are also blessed to have one granddaughter (Ashlyn).
Dr. Gower and his wife Tracey moved to Crawford County in 2016 to raise their three children: Evan, Grace, and Adin (AJ). According to Ryan, the close-knit community feel in Crawford County makes it an ideal place to raise a family and build friendships that will last a lifetime. Ryan is the Chancellor of Illinois Eastern Community Colleges in Olney, IL and previously served as the President of Lincoln Trail College in Robinson, IL. Ryan and his family attend the Highland Church of Christ in Robinson