Our Staff


Our team of dedicated professionals are available to make your stay especially memorable. We'll help you choose the facilities that best meet your group's needs and budget, and assist you in arranging your program, special equipment, and recreational activities. Call us today to reserve a date for your gathering

Executive Director

Todd Garmer comes to us with over 25 years of outdoor ministries and camp management experience. He has directed camps for the Lutheran Church, Elks Association, and Eden Autism. He has extensive experience within the special needs field and working with children who are medically and behaviorally challenged. “I am so excited to be starting this new role at Camp Wightman!  I can tell already that Camp is a special place, and I am looking forward to leading Camp Wightman forward in furthering its important mission."  Todd Garmer 

Program Director / Office Manager

Dionne Sergiy has been a part of Camp Wightman for over forty years. She started off as a camper, worked her way up to being staff, and now is a member of the year-round team running Camp. This is Dionne's fifth year taking care of all things registration, accounts receivable, accounts payables, and communication. She can be found in the office, on the archery range, or behind her guitar at the chapel. Dionne enjoys nature and loves all of the camp's critters both big and small. 

Hospitality and Food Service Manager

 Danielle Turek, has been with Camp Wightman for the past 4 years. She comes to us from Wendy's corporation, where she spent 15 years as a general manager. She holds a bachelor's degree from Eastern Connecticut State University, graduating in 2003. Danielle enjoys all types of music, scouting out new recipes, and spending time with Coco, her four-year-old canine.

Facilities Manager 

Tim Tussing started off as a volunteer member of our Thursday Work Crew back in 2019. When Tim retired from his full-time job he joined Camp Wightman as the facility manager. He brings a wealth of knowledge to his position from spending a lifetime in maintenance-based careers.