Well of GRACE Ministries is a 501( c ) 3 non-profit organization. Our funding comes entirely from 
generous individuals, organizations, churches, civic groups and foundations.

Address: 5707 Red Arrow Hwy, #130 Stevensville, MI 49127 
Phone: 269-428-WELL (9355)    Fax: 269-281-7414
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The Well of GRACE Ministries Board of Directors is made up of individuals who have a passion for our ministry.  They work to provide the vision for our ministry, support for our staff, and they embrace opportunities to build relationships with young women in our program. Please contact us today, if you are interested in being on our board.

Committed to helping girls and women throughout Berrien County find healing

Leslie Kroeze, MSW - President
Bridgman Club H2O leader, Younglife-Wildlife Leader & WOGM founding board member

Joyce Howard, MS, RN – Vice President
Affiliated with Lakeland Cancer Specialists

Steve Mejeur - Treasurer
Retired from Whirlpool Corporation & WOGM founding board member.

J.C. Anderson
Retired from Whirlpool Corporation

Barb Carlson, MD 
Retired SWMC Doctor/Physician 

Ellen Dutton
University of Notre Dame

Flori Mejeur, LCMSW
Private Practice Counseling


Please join us in welcoming Ellen Dutton to our Board of Directors. She is married to Ricky, and has three children – Heather (23), Brady (18), and Riley (12). Ellen has worked at Whirlpool Corporation for 29 years and has had several positions in Sales, Marketing, and Communications. Her current role is in Marketing for New Product Development where she takes the future needs of consumers and works with cross-functional teams to take the new ideas from concept to launch.  
Ellen has served in a number of volunteer positions. At The Chapel, she is currently a High School Youth Leader, where she has served for 9 years. Prior to that, she was an AWANA leader in multiple churches. She is the current President of the Lakeshore Band Parents Organization and has been on their 501 (c)(3) executive board for a number of years. At Whirlpool, she created an internship program where Jr. and Sr. High School students can apply for a paid internship during the summer. She has also worked with multiple High Schools to create an Innovation Challenge where High School Students compete for four months by taking a product idea, researching it, make prototypes, and then pitching the product. Ellen definitely has a heart for helping others and looks forward to making a difference serving at Well of Grace Ministries.