Habitat for Humanity of Douglas County welcomes two new board directors

Habitat for Humanity of Douglas County plans to serve five new homeowners and 25 Aging in Place families in the next year, its most ambitious goal to date.

Habitat for Humanity of Douglas County recently elected two new board directors: Erin McCoy and Tom Klemenhagen.

McCoy is a territory manager with Oyster Point Pharma and will bring home adaptation and modification expertise to the Aging in Place program. Klemenhagen is the president of Landteam Incorporated in Alexandria who will bring expertise in land development, including residential housing.

Erin McCoy


Tom Klemenhagen

Alexandria Mayor Bobbie Osterberg installed the new directors at the recent organizational meeting, along with board officers Brooke Zabel (chair), Jon Ballou (past chair), Tony Loosbrock (vice chair/treasurer), and Angie Krebs (secretary). Other directors include Carmon Watkins, Michelle Bethke-Kaliher, Sandy Susag, Stephanie Lucy, Scott Kluver, and Kevin Taylor.

Habitat Douglas County extended their gratitude to outgoing members Bill Flaig and Jason Brisco for their service and commitment to Habitat’s mission.

“Our board of directors guide the strategic plan for our affiliate,” said Lori Anderson, executive director. “The addition of Tom and Erin to the board will provide key insight as we continue to grow and expand our programs. Most exciting is our plan to serve five new homeowners and 25 Aging in Place families in the next year, our most ambitious goal to date!”

For more information on how to support Habitat or get involved, contact the office at 320-762-4255, , or visit

Habitat builds strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter and is an equal housing opportunity.

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