Penny Hanlon – Founder and Owner
Penny S. Hanlon is a loving wife and mother of 3 children. She is the Founder and Owner of Coming Home LLC, established in 2010 to provide families with a personal health record product (Coming Home’s “Medical Organizer”), that would help them manage their loved-one’s care.
As a parent of a special needs daughter with Mitochondrial Disease, Gabrielle (now deceased), Penny was and continues to be involved in the special needs community. In 2001, Penny co-founded Angel’s Unaware, a respite care ministry providing a quarterly “Parents Night Out” opportunity for families of special needs children in Hendricks County, IN. Penny was an active board member of the Indiana Chapter of the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation since its inception in 2002. In 2007 and 2008 she served as President of that chapter. In 2008, she was honored, by Nabisco, as one of the nations “100 Most Extraordinary Women”. She has served as the Director of Special Needs Ministry at Avon United Method Church and at Riley Children’s Hospital, she was actively involved for 5 years in the “Family as Faculty”, “Religion Spirituality and Medicine” and “Family Advisory Council” groups.
Mike Hanlon – Director of Sales and Marketing
Michael A. Hanlon is a loving husband and father of 3 children. In addition to being the Sales and Marketing Director for Coming Home, he is the Owner of APEX Solutions; a business providing computer consulting services to small and mid-sized businesses.
Since 2011, Mike has been on the board of directors for Samantha’s House and Van, a local charity which provides handicap-accessible homes and vans to special needs families. He was the previous President of the board at Nehemiah Ranch, a local Christian community outreach ministry in Avon, Indiana.
He also served on the board of directors of the Indiana Chapter of the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation (UMDF) from 2002 to 2010. During his time on the UMDF board, Mike was the Director of three charity golf outings (2005, 2006 and 2007) and participated in two charity bike rides in (2005 and 2009). At his previous employer, Praxair Surface Technologies, he was a member of the Charitable Contributions Committee. Mike led the Riley Children’s Hospital Family Advisory Council (FAC) in 2010.