Board

Board Emeritus & Founders

Jerry & Judy Bohl

Judy Bohl was born and raised in East Detroit (now East Pointe), Michigan. She received 12 years of formal education and 71 years of “life education.” She and Jerry married in 1965 and moved to Southwest Michigan in 1967. She has always shown great care and interest in children, raising hers and others. During visits to developing countries since 1995, she realized the problem of millions of individuals who have no access to, or money for, bacteria and virus-free water, especially young children. After learning about the UV light water purification system, she and Jerry helped develop the water purification unit CWFW uses today, and, as they say, the rest is history. CWFW has truly been a blessing in her life.

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Board of Directors

Anne Bohl – Chair

Chuck Dombrowski – Vice Chair

Whitney Ehresman – Secretary

Tony Romano – Treasurer

Tony Romano was born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island. He has been married to his partner, Elsie C. Romano, for 49 years. A high-school romance, they married a few years after graduation. They have four children, 3 sons and 1 daughter, living in Chicago, Denver, Indianapolis and Washington, D.C., respectively. All are married and have given Tony and Elsie seven beautiful grandchildren between the four of them.

Tony is a member of St. Thomas More Parish in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He is a retired Head of Information Systems for a manufacturing company, having received a variety of training at Providence College and IBM with numerous technical certifications.

Tony got involved with CWFW through founder, Jerry Bohl, while doing an extension of sister parish activities in El Salvador. An active volunteer, Tony works with AARP Tax Aide, Refugee resettlement and immigration. As the treasurer, his experience helps CWFW immensely. For him, Clean Water is a win-win situation–whether one system is installed or 100, the only question is how many people you can help.

Mark Eiler

Mark Eiler is a Business Analyst for SalesPage Technologies.  He has well over 20 years with the company, and has held many different positions, including Senior Project Manager and Vice President of Implementation Services.  Mark has worked with many financial services clients through the years, including most of SalesPage’s largest clients, and is well-versed in operations side of the industry.  Prior to joining SalesPage, Mark was a technical writer and project manager for Performance Management, Inc., and a German linguist in the US Army.  Mark has been involved with Clean Water for a number of years, helping build and package water purification units under the eagle eye of Jerry Bohl.  He’s a long-time member of Saint Martin of Tours Episcopal church, where he attends with his wife of 20 years (amazing!) and two very talented boys.

Lucy Hosenfeld Dupes

Lucy has been involved with CWFW for the past five years, beginning with participation on the Walk for Water Toledo Leadership team. Throughout college Lucy worked in various capacities with Walk for Water ranging from Day-of Director, Race Director, and Community Outreach Director, to name a few. She enjoyed seeing how much Walk for Water Toledo has grown from its inception year and has had such a wonderful experience.

Lucy became a board member in September 2014 with her primary focus being the connection with the University of Toledo collaboration with Clean Water. She traveled to El Salvador in March 2015 for a combined University of Toledo/Clean Water Delegation. To her, CWFW is a unique organization, full of passion, growth and struggle. She enjoys the challenges and rewards that come from being part of the organization and the team of board members who aim to provide a human right to so many in need. Currently, Lucy is a process engineer at the BP-Husky Toledo Refinery. She lives in Toledo, Ohio with her husband Jared and dog Obi. As an engineer, her passion is water and helping others, making her involvement with CWFW a truly perfect fit.

Bruce Meles