Melinda Hall honored at
INRC Neighbor Power Indy 2020
Melinda has many talents, but some that are
unique to her are her resourcefulness and tireless commitment to Millersville.
She knows all things Millersville and, if she doesn’t, she knows exactly how to find the answer – through the connections she’s made over the years to city resources and others. She is a bottomless treasure trove of information. She has an encyclopedic knowledge of MFCV professional connections and accomplishments, and she keeps her finger on the pulse of city department activity in our area past, present and future.
Why is this important? Melinda’s capacity to synthesize and record our history helps us chart a clearer path for the future. Her knowledge is the fuel for our community’s achievements. So much would have been a pipe dream without her resourcefulness in the background.
Furthermore, Melinda is a safety net to ensure we’re communicating accurate information to the residents of Millersville. Increasing information flow is valuable to us as an organization, and Mel’s thoughtfulness, thoroughness and accuracy confirms we are doing the best we can to serve our residents. Melinda is undoubtedly deserving of this honor, and we count our blessings that she’s a part of our community.
Melinda is on our all-volunteer Millersville at Fall Creek Valley, Inc., board of directors and serves as our Secretary and Treasurer.
Above: Melinda Hall (center), with Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett and representatives from the Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center who honored her as a 2020 Greatriach - "a member of the community who has helped write the story of the neighborhood."
Congratulations to Melinda Hall!
Melinda Hall and her husband, Geoff, have called Millersville home for more than 30 years - a testament to their investment in this community. She has committed her time, treasures and talent to Millersville at Fall Creek Valley, Inc. (MFCV), our community organization, over the last ten years, but she’s also been an organizer within her neighborhood for much longer. Perhaps unknowingly, and above anyone else, Melinda is a key resource for our community and the keeper of our rich contemporary history.