Established 2015 William and Eveline Stitt had deep roots in Hancock County. Born and raised in Findlay, Bill graduated in the Findlay High School Class of 1956. Eveline was born in Paris, France, where she met Bill during his Army service. Following their marriage and completion of school, Bill practiced internal medicine in Oxford, Ohio, where they raised their two daughters. After retirement, Bill and Eveline returned to Findlay, actively volunteering as tutors in the schools and with the Blanchard River Watershed Project. The purpose of the Bill and Eveline Stitt Fund is to support early literacy intervention through the use of mentors. The intervention program is designed for K-2 students and is targeted toward the most atrisk local students.