With a vision to inspire
the most potential in people, our programs prepare young children for school and our youth to seek a higher sense of achievement.
that every person, regardless of age or circumstance, adds to the success of the community through their contributions.
over 3,000 young children, youth and families were impacted by the programs of the Council on Rural Services. It is with a positive spirit that we join others in meeting our communities' challenges in making a better place for all of us to live.
Ms. Terry began serving on the Board of Trustees in 2008 and serves as a community representative. Judy was the 4th Ward Commissioner in Piqua, from 2006-2017. She is a native of Piqua and lifetime resident of the 4th Ward. She graduated from Piqua Catholic High School and the University of Cincinnati General Hospital School of Radiologic Technology. She retired from Upper Valley Medical Center at the end of 2005 after working in the Imaging Department for over 25 years.
She is an active member of St. Mary Catholic Church where she has been involved with the parish council and school PTO. She is a past volunteer for the local United Fund campaigns, The American Cancer Society, Piqua School levy campaigns, and the Piqua Heritage Festival. She also currently serves on the Salvation Army Board. Judy’s 50+ year marriage to the late Mike Terry produced three grown children and three grandchildren.