Connie Friedly - President   Connie moved to Olivet from the Detroit area in 1985. Once settled into her new home, she joined a small group of women who created the Eaton County Humane Society. The new humane society that they created had no building and no animals, yet they managed to collect a lot of funding for their organization. She got involved with them and explained that they need to start helping the animals out with all of the funding they had received. So Connie joined the humane society and they all started holding adoptions and fostering animals and hosting events that would get the community involved. The new humane society took off and Connie graciously opened her farm up to animals of all kinds and they were placing over 500 animals a year. The Eaton County Humane Society became very well known and respected as not only a rescue but as a rescue with a mission to rescue, help, and educate the community and its surrounding communities. As time went by, the women who started the Eaton County Humane Society started to retire. Once retired, they handed there responsibility over to Connie. Connie appointed a board, and with their help continued to make the Eaton County Humane Society the shelter it has become. Unfortunately Connie was forced to leave after being a part of the Eaton County Humane Society for over 32 years. Connie then decided to continue rescuing again at her farm in Olivet, Michigan.

Connie Friedly - President

Connie moved to Olivet from the Detroit area in 1985. Once settled into her new home, she joined a small group of women who created the Eaton County Humane Society. The new humane society that they created had no building and no animals, yet they managed to collect a lot of funding for their organization. She got involved with them and explained that they need to start helping the animals out with all of the funding they had received. So Connie joined the humane society and they all started holding adoptions and fostering animals and hosting events that would get the community involved. The new humane society took off and Connie graciously opened her farm up to animals of all kinds and they were placing over 500 animals a year. The Eaton County Humane Society became very well known and respected as not only a rescue but as a rescue with a mission to rescue, help, and educate the community and its surrounding communities. As time went by, the women who started the Eaton County Humane Society started to retire. Once retired, they handed there responsibility over to Connie. Connie appointed a board, and with their help continued to make the Eaton County Humane Society the shelter it has become. Unfortunately Connie was forced to leave after being a part of the Eaton County Humane Society for over 32 years. Connie then decided to continue rescuing again at her farm in Olivet, Michigan.

Libby Carpenter- Vice President   Libby Carpenter is a life-long animal lover and is Mom to Mr. Waddles, Thor, Zoey, Hansel, Gretel, Henny, Kitten, and Elsie.  She retired from the Air National Guard with 20 years Service in 1998. Libby lives in Lansing and currently works for the State of Michigan.

Libby Carpenter- Vice President

Libby Carpenter is a life-long animal lover and is Mom to Mr. Waddles, Thor, Zoey, Hansel, Gretel, Henny, Kitten, and Elsie.  She retired from the Air National Guard with 20 years Service in 1998. Libby lives in Lansing and currently works for the State of Michigan.

Michele Manik - Secratary   Ever since Michele was young she has had a love for animals. She would play “Pet Shop" and "Vet Office" with he real animals and  would sometimes go to her neighbors and ask to take their pets home with her so she could care for them! This love turned into a career at the age of 15 she started working at a grooming salon bathing dogs and cats. In her bosses spare time he would teach her to groom she eventually attended grooming school and opened a salon. She loves volunteering  at Pawsibilities because she can be around the animals that she loves and help them find forever homes.

Michele Manik - Secratary 

Ever since Michele was young she has had a love for animals. She would play “Pet Shop" and "Vet Office" with he real animals and  would sometimes go to her neighbors and ask to take their pets home with her so she could care for them! This love turned into a career at the age of 15 she started working at a grooming salon bathing dogs and cats. In her bosses spare time he would teach her to groom she eventually attended grooming school and opened a salon. She loves volunteering  at Pawsibilities because she can be around the animals that she loves and help them find forever homes.

Evelyn  Calogero  - Legal council    Evelyn lives in Olivet with her husband and 7 dogs. She loves rescuing animals and being apart of our team! As a small town attorney, she has helped many families with pet trusts! she takes pride in her 7 dogs which also include the rare breed of Kuvasz!

Evelyn Calogero - Legal council

Evelyn lives in Olivet with her husband and 7 dogs. She loves rescuing animals and being apart of our team! As a small town attorney, she has helped many families with pet trusts! she takes pride in her 7 dogs which also include the rare breed of Kuvasz!

Terry Noble   Terry is our wonderful handy man here at Pawsibilities Rescue! He ensures that all animals are safe while they are here. He also takes time to spend with each animal and works with them on problem areas they might have to make sure they go home without a hitch!

Terry Noble

Terry is our wonderful handy man here at Pawsibilities Rescue! He ensures that all animals are safe while they are here. He also takes time to spend with each animal and works with them on problem areas they might have to make sure they go home without a hitch!