Since the implementation of GRABC's VITA Program in 2004, hundreds of volunteers,
have prepared thousands of federal and state tax returns within the Green River area in Kentucky.
Our Site Coordinators are vital to delivering this service to those taxpayers who most need tax assistance.
Breckenridge County - Tony Anthony
Daviess County - Jan Crask, Angie Ditch, Don McCarty, Connie Morgan, Gene Roberts,
Christine Salmon, Angela Smith, Pat Storm, Katie Williams and Tina Lynch
Grayson County - Linda Gentry and Judy Bullock
Hancock County - Jean Mattingly
Hardin County - Jim Rachlin
Henderson County - Ylonda Nall, Nibby Priest, and Debbie Greenwell
LaRue County - Candace Belton
McLean County - Faye May
Meade County - Dan Molnar
Ohio County - Brenda Renfrow
Union County - Debbie Greenwell
Webster County - Paris Johnson and Myra Bell
Debbie Greenwell, President
Old National Bank
Ladona Burns, Vice President
Susan Sauls, Secretary
Volunteer & Information Center
Ruben Hayden, Treasurer
Richard Murphy, Founding Member
Gene Roberts, Founding Member
Angie Ditch, Founding Member
Audubon Area Community Services
Retired District Court Judge
Retired Case Worker
Translating vision into reality...
Tina Ray Lynch
Began her service with GRABC as a Volunteer Tax Preparer
and Site Coordinator while working for Daymar College in 2004.
As a Volunteer for GRABC she took on many rolls;
Volunteer Tax Trainer, Relational Director, Statistical Reporter,
and Program Coordinator, always recruiting volunteers
and supporting the Site Coordinators.
She had the opportunity to become an AmeriCorps
member in 2016, serving where else, but with GRABC,
as the Economic Empowerment Resource Specialist,
initiating the Ownesboro Saves campaign.
Tina accepted the position as Executive Director in 2018.
She is truly passionate about our mission.