Richard Anderson, of Webster City, was recently appointed to the board of directors for Lutheran Services in Iowa, one of Iowa's largest human services agency.
LSI has more than 20 locations across Iowa, including a local office in Fort Dodge. LSI's services include child abuse prevention, family crisis support, support forpeople with disabilities, home health care, residential treatment, refugee community services, and foster care and adoption services as a partner agency in Iowa KidsNet.
"I'm honored to join LSI and have an opportunity to be part of the critical work this organization does for Iowa children and families," Anderson said. "I see a great need for the human services LSI provides across the state, a need that is growing and not diminishing."
A retired financial executive, Anderson has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Drake University.
Anderson's current community service also includes serving on the board of directors for the Kendall Young Library, Riverview Day Care and Cherokee State Bank. He previously served on the board of directors for Friendship Haven Foundation, Lutheran Lakeside Camp and the Webster City Community School District.
Anderson is also an active member of Trinity Lutheran Church in Webster City.
To learn more about LSI, visit www.LSIowa.org.