OATS Transport names new board members

Boonville Daily News

OATS Transport welcomed four new faces to its board of directors May 26. They are Angie Crowder of Moberly, Jeff Leeman of Sedalia, Stacey Steffans of Alma and Tammy Nadler of Clinton.

Crowder is a medical social worker for DCI Inc., which has strongly supported OATS Transit as it ensures DCI clients have rides to their weekly treatments. She also serves on the board of the Central Missouri Kidney Association and the Hallsville Community Development Association.

Leeman is a retired certified network engineer who owned and operated JL Computer Technologies. He currently serves as Ward 1 councilman for Sedalia. He is a long-time member of the Midwest Regional Bank board. He was in the U.S. Air Force from 1972-1981.

Steffens is administrator at the Living Center at Fitzgibbon Hospital, a nursing home in Marshall. OATS provides transportation for a number of nursing homes and assisted living facilities, including the Living Center. Steffens also volunteers her time at Fitzgibbon Hospital and Trinity Lutheran Church and School.

Nadler is the Chief Financial Officer at Golden Valley Memorial Healthcare. Two-thirds of OATS services in Henry County is for medical appointments. She has worked in the health care industry for more than 30 years.

OATS is governed by a volunteer board since it started in 1971. Board members come from across the state. Headquartered in Columbia, OATS Transit is a not-for-profit corporation providing specialized transportation for senior citizens, the disabled and the general rural public.