Volunteer of the Quarter
Born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, Wendy loves her Florida roots. Wendy married Stan Dippel in 1980. They have five children. They retired to Edgewater Landing in 1993 and lived there for nine years before moving to The Villages, Florida for nine and a half years. Five years ago, another move brought them to Hidden Lakes in New Smyrna Beach. She and her husband Stan have been members of the St. Peter the Fisherman Episcopal Church since 1993. She is a faithful volunteer at the Church library on Wednesdays and at The Mary S. Harrell Black Heritage Museum on Thursdays. They also serve as greeters and ushers at the church. She enjoys volunteering, playing golf, cards and reading books. She is also an animal lover. She has two dash hounds and one cat. She is proud of her nine grandchildren and three great grandsons.
We are grateful to have the opportunity to recognize the dedication, time and resources that Wendy shares with the Mary S. Harrell Black Heritage Museum. We thank Wendy for all she does to help preserve the artifacts in the museum and assist with educating the visitors about the history of the museum and its collection. Congratulations!