Meet Our Boardand the rest of the InDwellings Team!
Curtis and his wife of 41 years, Debbie, have 3 children and 7 grandchildren. He has been a board member since the inception of InDwellings. He and Debbie are active members of St. Giles Presbyterian church where they sing in the choir. He has been a clinical geneticist with the Greenwood Genetic Center for over 30 years and is board certified in both clinical genetics and pediatrics.
His professional interests include the etiology of intellectual disability and birth defects.
Dianne Grubbs is retired after working 50 years in banking and internal auditing as well as directing payroll for a multi-state property management company. While her blood is orange (Clemson Tiger fan), Furman provided her accounting education.
She lives in Taylors, SC with husband Earl, and 51-year-old special needs daughter on the weekends. They are also parents of two adult married children & have five grandsons. Dianne is an active member of Buncombe Street Methodist and enjoys time with family & friends, working out and the lake.
Dianne has been active with InDwellings for 8 years, serving as Treasurer for 6, and is committed to InDwellings’ vision to provide homes to individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Deborah Boitnott lives in Greenville SC with her husband of 42 years, Murrill, and their developmentally disabled daughter, Joy, who is 34 years old. They have a daughter, Holly who lives in Charlotte, NC with her 3 children and husband Steven Furtick. Steven is the pastor of Elevation Church. Deborah’s other daughter, Emily, lives in Greenville, SC where her husband, Jody, is BCM director and ministers to students at North Greenville University. They have 5 children.
Murrill and Deborah have been in ministry for over 40 years serving at various churches. In 1998 they began Macedonian Call Ministries leading mission trips, started and maintained an orphanage in Uganda and a Bible School in Cuba. In 2015 they officially retired from MCM. Deborah continues to minister in her community and church and teaches piano.
Dale Dunn is very passionate about serving the intellectual disabled community. Prior to InDwellings, she was on the board of Mauldin’s Chapter of the Miracle League. She also served on the board of Autism Society of NC, Asheville Chapter.
Mrs. Dunn’s greatest inspiration stems from her intellectually challenged daughter. “As a Mother of a child with a disability you think, where will my child go when I am gone?” This question alone motivates me to make sure that InDwellings provides that answer.
The InDwellings team is growing and we are looking for additional friends to volunteer, serve on our board, or join out team. We’d love to hear from you!
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