Board of Directors

President

Denise Lechner
 

Marketing Manager, ITS Fiber (now Blue Stream Fiber). Ms. Lechner has over 30 years of experience in her field and has worked with ITS Fiber, located in Indiantown, Florida since 2009.  She is currently involved with the local Martin County community as the 2021 incoming President of the Indiantown Chamber of Commerce and serves as the current Board President for the Indiantown Education Coalition.

An Ohio native, Denise relocated to Palm Beach County in early 1992 after being an Art Director with specialized ad agencies for the retail and medical/pharmaceutical industries. Once in Florida, Denise utilized her varied skills and started her own marketing and design business, Studio d Graphics. Her company served clients, such as, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co-Riviera Beach, Palm Beach Illustrated Magazine, West Palm Beach Expos, Vero Beach Dodgers, Edna Hibel Museum of Art, and many others. After 12 years as an entrepreneur, she was offered a position with UNICO, Inc. an OTC pharmaceutical manufacturer to lead their marketing and package design department. Ms. Lechner is skilled in many facets of marketing from graphic design to marketing strategy, public relations, digital media management, and event planning. Denise’s creative, administration, management, and business ownership experience have served her well in her current role at ITS Fiber helping them rebrand the company and assisting with efforts that lead to several local, regional, and national awards for the company. Denise is married to husband, Jim, and lives in Port St. Lucie. She holds a BSBA in Marketing and a BA in Commercial Art & Design from Ashland University in Ohio and The Art Institute of Pittsburgh.

 
ITS Fiber
15925 S.W. Warfield Blvd.
Indiantown, Fl. 34956
 
Ph: 772-597-5886
denisel@itsfiber.com
 

Vice President

 
Anna Blake
 
 
 

Anna was born and raised in Indiantown, has been married for 30 years and is Mother to 3 beautiful daughters
for almost 28 years now - Taylor, Autumn and Brooke.  She has also owned a business in town, with her
husband for over 30 years.
Anna is from ‘Indiantown Royalty’ her Grandparents were raised in Indiantown, and they raised their family
of 3 daughters here, as well as owning W&W Lumber and the Seminole Inn. Mrs Wall (Anna’s Grandmother)
was named Woman of the Year in Agriculture (2006) and still owns and operates a cattle ranch at the age of 91.
Like her Grandmother who was on a number of Boards, Anna has been a Board member for 3 years, and is
looking forward to the role of Vice President in 2021.  
Anna is passionate about her family, her town and her animals (she is an avid dog lover). She understands the
importance of family and community, and lives by her country values; she is fervent in her patriotism for her Country.

 
 
 
Western Auto Assoc.
15845 S.W. Warfield Blvd.
Indiantown, Fl. 34956
 
Ph:772-597-3898
scarbind@yahoo.com
 
 

Secretary

 
Kristine Murphy
 
 
 
 

Kristine is the Executive Director of the YMCA for the Treasure Coast. She was born in Miami, raised in Martin County, and now lives in Palm City.
Kristine heads the Indiantown, St Lucie, and Okeechobee County campuses for the ‘Y’, where she maintains the focus of this cause-driven charitable organization, committed to strengthening the community through youth development. Programs concentrate on building healthy spirits, minds, and bodies in a safe environment - to nurture the potential of every child.
Her teams are committed to serving the needs of the community through all types of activities from field trips to summer camps, with an emphasis on self-esteem and leadership skills.
Kristine is a very proud mom of two beautiful girls. Her family love traveling and anything to do with the woods or the water. In 2020 she joined the Indiantown Chamber of Commerce as a Board Member and has bought her wide-ranging skills, to assist the Chamber in broadening its support for the improvement of business and wider community.

 
 
YMCA of the Treasure Coast
kotto@ymcatreasurecoast.org
 

Treasurer

David Hafner
 

Vice President of Indiantown Pet Supply.  Born in Palm Beach Gardens and an Indiantown resident since 2012, David graduated from Community Christian School and is currently pursuing a degree in Agricultural Studies from Warner University. In addition to the Indiantown/ Western Martin County Chamber of Commerce. David serves as president of Martin County Farm Bureau; President of Martin County FFA Alumni & Supporters, chairman of the Martin County 4-H Advisory Committee, and a member of the Martin County Fair board of directors where he chairs the Agriculture Education Committee. David has honed his leadership skills as a member of the Florida Farm Bureau Young Farmers and Ranchers Leadership Program (2016-2018) and American Farm Bureau's Partners in Advocacy Leadership Program (2019-current).
David Chairs the Indiantown Young Professionals. He was named the 2019 Father of the Year by Martin County 4-H, 2018 Volunteer Communicator of the Year by Florida Farm Bureau and honored with the Blue & Gold Award for Outstanding Dedication and Support by South Fork FFA in 2018. David and his wife, Alicia, raise their four sons on their small farm where they raise chickens, sheep, and pigs. David’s hobbies include volunteering for local youth organizations, hunting, and the never-ending list of farm chores.

 
Indiantown Pet Supply
14984 S.W. Monroe Ave.
Indiantown, Fl. 34956
 
Ph: 772-486-9881
farmlife83@yahoo.com


 

Past President

 
Melissa Corbett
 

President of The MilCor Group, a civil engineering firm located in Hobe Sound that she founded in 2008.  Melissa has nearly 25 years of experience in all aspects of civil engineering and has created a work environment where employees feel valued and the projects, they work on are contributing to the betterment of Martin County.
Melissa is very active in the community.  She currently serves as past chair of the Indiantown Chamber of Commerce, is on the board of the Hobe Sound Chamber, and is a past chair / board member of the Stuart-Martin County Chamber.  She supports many local charities such as Habitat for Humanity, Molly's House, Aftermath Ranch Rescue, and Nala's New Life Rescue. One of her goals is to see the Treasure Coast Wildlife Center's new facility brought to fruition and her firm donates all engineering design and permitting services to this cause.
 She is also a passionate rescue animal advocate and has three rescue pups that accompany her to her office each day.  Her love of animals and nature is part of why her mission statement for MilCor is "Engineering a Value-Driven Sustainable Environment."
Melissa lives in Hobe Sound with her husband Rob and their furry family, Ginger, Mojo and Ditto.

 
The Milcor Group
10975 S.E. Federal Hwy
Hobe Sound, Fl. 33455
 
Ph: 772-223-8850
melissac@themilcorgroup.com

Board Member

Ronnie Kirchamn
 
 President of Kirchman Construction Company located in Stuart, Florida. Born in West Palm Beach and lived in Belle Glade, FL until his parents relocated to Stuart in 1971. Ronnie graduated from Martin County High School attended Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville where he earned his Associates of Arts degree. He then transferred to the only and best school in the state of Florida, the University of Florida’s School of Building Construction, where he earned his Bachelor of Building Construction degree in 1989.

Immediately following he began working full time with Kirchman Construction which his father, Ron Sr. had founded in 1971. In 1990 he passed the State of Florida General Contractors exam earning his general contractor’s license and was promoted to vice president. 2011 he bought out his parents share of the business and became the President/Owner of Kirchman Construction Co. He was awarded by the Treasure Coast Builders Association Builder of the Year for 2011 and 2015, as well as 2018 Florida Home Builders Association State of Florida Builder of the Year. He is a member of the Redeemer Lutheran Church in Stuart, President of the Palm City Chamber of Commerce, and is also a Life Director of the Treasure Coast Builders Association. He currently resides in Palm City and has three beautiful daughters and two grandchildren. Ronnie’s hobbies include fishing, hunting, shooting, scuba diving and spending time with his grandchildren.

 
Kirchman Construction, Co.
1241 SE Indian St, Suite 108
Stuart, FL 34994

Ph: (772) 283-4256

Board Member

Roger Bulmer
 
 

Roger Bulmer was born and raised in Big Rapids Michigan. He graduated from Big Rapids High School in 1979, then went on to graduate from Ferris State University in 1983. He moved to Orlando Fl. and worked for Martin Marietta, who are now Lockheed Martin.
He met Patricia in 1988 they were married and moved to Indiantown in 1990; they have one son Tyler who was born 1993.

Roger earned his Building contractors license in 1993 and started Roger Bulmer Construction, he formed the building contractors Springhaven Builders Inc. in 2003. Springhaven Builders’ main focus is residential; however, they also do new construction and renovations for commercial sites.

Roger is a highly skilled senior manager with a forte in the areas of strategic planning and project management. 

 
Springhaven Builders, Inc.
P.O. Box 1107
Indiantown FL 34956
 
Ph: (772) 260-4679

Board Member

 
Chelsea Wallace
 
 
Fox Brown Outfitters
7600 S.W. Fox Brown Rd.
Indiantown, FL 34956
 
Ph:772-597-5900
chelseajowallace@gmail.com

Board Member

Justin White
 
 

Justin White of JRW Land & Cattle is a native of Indiantown and an 8th generation rancher. He grew up on his family’s cattle ranch and is an alumnus of South Fork High School and Indian River State College. Justin was active in Martin County 4-H where he exhibited beef cattle across the Southeastern United States. He also studied horticulture at South Fork in the Tuff Turf program.

Justin was also actively involved in the following leadership programs while attending high school; National Youth Leadership Conference, Presidential Youth Leadership Conference, Congressional Youth Leadership Council, Global Youth Leadership Conference, National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine and was nominated to the United States Achievement Academy’s “Who’s Who in Agriculture 2007-2008” edition.

Justin also participated in the “Great Florida Cattle Drive” in 2006 and 2016.

Justin Is currently serving as the President of the Martin County Cattlemen’s Association and is a member of the FCA Marketing committee. He has been actively involved in numerous community events assisting with feeding the less fortunate within the community around the holidays and is an active member of Holy Cross Catholic Church.   

Justin enjoys deer hunting, fishing, cattle ranching, rodeo and spending time with his family.                                        

 
 
JRW Land & Cattle
P.O. Box 925
Indiantown, FL  34956
 
Ph: (772) 284-1157
 

Board Member

Becky Harrison
President/Owner of Graphics West Printing & Signs since
 

Becky has been an Indiantown resident since 1981 and established her printing business in 1994. During this time, she received a number of awards acknowledging her contribution to the District. In 1996 she was awarded Indiantown Citizen of the Year; she was part of the LEADERship Martin County Class of 1999; and in 2001 received the Industry Appreciation Award from the Business Development Board.    

Graphics West can provide you with quality design and printing for all your business needs. We also offer high speed duplicating, color copies, promotional products and signs of all kinds. We are a home-based and veteran owned small business. Please see our Facebook Business page to see examples of our work. Free pickup

and delivery for Indiantown locations.

Becky has been married to her husband Danny for 40 years They have 3 children, 6 grandchildren and one great-grandson. Hobbies include camping, fishing, painting and traveling.

 

Graphics West Printing Inc.
8601 S.W. Hopwood Ave.
Indiantown, Fl. 34956
 
(772)597-3987
gwest@itspeed.net

Board Member

Danielle Williamson
 

Owner of The Fresh Stop located in Indiantown, FL. Born and raised in Martin County and a lifelong resident of Indiantown. Danielle graduated from South Fork High School and went on to earn her degree in Business Administration from Indian River State College. Danielle has worked in a variety of roles in industries such as construction and mining, as well as health care administration and insurance. Most notable, Danielle worked for Senior Bridge-Humana at Home in Jupiter, FL for nearly 7 years as the lead LTC coordinator overseeing and processing complicated long-term care insurance claims for chronically ill clientele across the United States. Danielle was quickly moved to a leading position where she developed and implemented new processes and procedures that were adopted corporate-wide as ‘best practice’. In addition to this development Danielle coordinated several educational seminars geared towards utilizing available long-term care insurance benefits. Danielle left the corporate world in pursuit of owning her own business and brought her vision to fruition in Indiantown. In 2018, Danielle opened The Fresh Stop Deli where she enjoys interacting with customers and meeting new people in the area. Danielle is married and has two amazing daughters. Danielle’s hobbies include camping, off-roading, gardening, raising farm animals with her kids who are active in 4-H; and most importantly spending time with her family and close friends.

 
The Fresh Shop
14988 S.W. Monroe Ave.
Indiantown, FL 34956
 
Ph: (772)597-3150
thefreshshopindiantown.com
 
 

Board Member

 
Tony Zwiener
 

Anthony Zwiener was born St. Paul Minn. Met and Married his wife of 37 years in Des Moines Iowa 1983. In 1997 they sold their home there, quit their jobs, bought a sailboat, and took a sabbatical to go cruising.
Stopping in Indiantown marina, they discovered Indiantown and found it to be very comfortable, when not cruising the Bahamas, based on their small town, agricultural background. Soon they joined the Family Worship center and started to serve the community through the church and In time, being ordained as an associated Pastor there, became very involved in mission work.  Finally buying a home here they set up a small business, “2 Z’s Services”. Now of retirement age He is looking for more ways to better serve his community of 23yrs by helping to assist in fostering an environment where the different business serving Indiantown can prosper and grow.  Most recently he has been appointed to the Village of Indiantown’s PZA board. (Planning, zoning and appeals).

 

 

 

 

 

Town and Country Laundry

15530 S.W. Trail Dr.

Indiantown Fl. 34956

Village of Indiantown Representative

Susan Gibbs-Thomas
 
Council Member of the Village of Indiantown Council. Susan came with her family to Indiantown in 1973 but has been around Indiantown since birth because of her Great Grandfather, Granville Bow, who came to Indiantown in 1936. Susan attended Indiantown schools, graduated from Martin County High, and attended Indian River State College. Over 40 years of work experience in Indiantown has given her in-depth knowledge of the community's agriculture, construction, hospitality/tourism, health services, telecommunications, and education sectors.

Susan has been with the Martin County School District at Warfield Elementary School for 16 years (the 4th generation of her family to work at Warfield) for 9 years the position of Extended Day Manager of the after-school program.
Her Civic involvement includes Vice President and President of Indiantown Little League, 4H Advisor, Indiantown Youth Football League Board Member and Girl Scout Gold Award Advisor.
In 2018, Susan ran for the Indiantown Village Council, she was elected and sworn in as a member of the 1st Village Council in Indiantown history; then she was elected as the 1st Mayor of Indiantown.
Susan serves on the Treasure Coast Regional League of Cities as 2nd Vice President, and the Florida League of Cities Land Use and Economic Development Policy Committee.  
Susan is the mother to two wonderful grown sons and her Bloodhound Dolly. She is an active member of Family Worship Center. When not serving her community, her hobbies include being a Board Member of Florida Authentic Civilian Towne (FACT) - participating in living history.

 
Village of Indiantown
15516 S.W. Osceola St.
Indiantown, Fl. 34956
 
Ph: 772-233-0457
sthomas@indiantownfl.gov