Fleming, Greg Family Community Enrichment Fund (Unrestricted)

Fund Est. 2007

The Greg Fleming Family Community Enrichment Fund was established as an unrestricted fund.  This allows the Adams County Community Foundation (ACCF) the greatest flexibility in granting as it will be distributed based upon the grant requests that are submitted to the ACCF and can serve the changing needs of Adams County nonprofit organizations.

This fund only adds to the list of community support provided by Greg Fleming, President of Fleming Excavating. A well-known construction company in the Adams County, Indiana area, Fleming Excavating has provided community service to several nonprofit organizations such as Monroe Town (the Andrews addition / Don Ray Baseball Fields), Monmouth Town (Baseball Diamond), and the Wyneken Historical Home.
Greg graduated from Bellmont High School and Tri-State University with a degree in Civil Engineering.  Having lived in Adams County nearly all his life, and as a father with two daughters and three step-children (all grown now), Greg has a genuine interest in the local recreational facilities.  He and his wife, Barb, have a good understanding of the importance of keeping children active and goal oriented.
Greg has followed in his father’s foot prints…however muddy.  Following gradation from Tri-State in 1981, Greg has successfully grown Fleming Excavating (founded by his father, Allen Fleming) from one major project a month to approximately ten and from about 10 employees to nearly 50. 
One would think that keeping an excavating business with so many employees and all that machinery organized, Greg would have enough to keep him occupied, but he also serves in several volunteer capacities.  He also has served on several local boards:  Adams County Community Foundation Board of Directors and the ACCF Grant Committee, the Board of the Zion Lutheran Church of Decatur, the First Merchant’s Bank Board of Directors, and the Boys and Girls Club of Adams County. 
The Fleming Families (Greg Fleming Family Fund and the Al Fleming Door-Advised Fund) have been very generous to the Adams County Community Foundation and this community.  The grants from this fund will be used to provide support to Adams County not-for-profit organizations that serve Adams County residents.