Four years ago, a nice gentleman walked into our office and said, “I’d like to volunteer.” It was Jim Tatman.
Jim is a retired school teacher and retired for a second time from a trophy shop. He relocated to Elkhart County from Columbus, Ohio, to be nearer to his daughters and grandsons, who live in Elkhart County and Chicago.
Jim was looking for something to do where he could lend his skills and his time, and he did so in a big way! He has led all of the Habitat for Humanity of Elkhart County volunteers by having the most construction hours in 2014, 2015, and 2016!
Jim is great at doing anything that needs to be done in construction. He is an exceptional painter, and enjoys doing more of it on the side, too.
Having grown up in the Columbus, Ohio area, Jim is an avid Ohio State University fan. He attends several games a year.
Thank you Jim Tatman, for being the wonderful person you are. You inspire others with your gentle grace!