Type: Donor Advised
Hancock County has been from for Natalie Zuberbuhler Osmun since the fall of 1972. Although born and raised in the Beaver Valley area of Pennsylvania, her love of Findlay began in the fall of 1968 when she enrolled at Findlay College. Majoring in psychology and minoring in business, she graduate cum laude in 1970 and was named Who's Who for college students. She met her husband Robert Osmun while enrolled at Findlay College.
Her husband's time in the Airforce took them away from Findlay for two years. They decided to return in the fall of 1972 due to employment opportunities and friends in the Findlay area. During Nathalie's years in Hancock County, her employment with social service agencies like Job & Family Services and the Community Action Commission and medical offices afforded her the opportunities to work with individuals, families and children. Nathalie was always drawn to the plight of those who were struggling personally and economically.
In retirement, volunteer and support opportunities with her home church, College First Church of God, and some of the wonderful organizations in Hancock County have helped bring joy to her life and enhance her faith in God.
"For over 45 years, Hancock County has been my home. It is my desire to contribute in some small way to helping individuals and families in this community who are struggling not just by giving them a helping hand, but by walking alongside them and encouraging them to grow and believe they can become valued and productive members of this community. In faith we are planting seeds for future generations to bear fruit. In faith, my father Walter and my mother Dorothy Zuberbuhler raised a family of four. They encouraged us, guided us and planted the seeds of compassion and love for others in us."
Nathalie created the Zuberbuhler Family Fund, a donor advised fund at The Community Foundation to allow her to give in the name of her family to funds of her choice.