Beth Andrew, LISW

Executive Director

"God has given me the gift of grace and it is my responsibility to also give this gift to all those I serve."

I am proud to be an adopted child and this experience is one of the reasons I entered and have stayed within the field of social work. I attribute my strength, honesty and dedication to the consistent love of my parents. I know I was given a gift when God choose my parents and have counted my blessings my entire life. I have been married to my handsome and loving husband for the past 26 years, and we have five fur babies (always looking to add more).  

While I have spent the majority of my life in rural Iowa, I have taken advantage of multiple opportunities to live, serve and reside in large cities and foreign countries. I believe the largest growth takes place within the family and have dedicated my work the past  27 years to serving families through family therapy, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and Functional Family Therapy. It is such a joy to witness families find hope within themselves and overcome their obstacles and realize they can be successful and thrive.

I feel my role as Executive Director is to support the work of everyone on the team. I know I cannot do my job without the talents, expertise and dedication of the Family Services/Wolfe Ranch staff. I am proud to lead a staff with over 65 years’ combined experience, each one with a focus on providing the highest quality service to every person who seeks our services. This staff has a love and vision to truly Serve as Christ Serves. What a blessing!


Masters in Social Work, University of Iowa

B.A. (Psychology) Central College (Pella, Iowa)

License and Certifications

Licensed Independent Social Worker

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy/Learning Certification

Functional Family Therapy Site Lead

Experience and Training

Family Therapy

Trauma-Informed Focus

Clinical Supervision

Administrative Supervision

Executive Director

Wade Corwin

 Advanced Clinician

"Everyone can change and anyone can affect change given the right help and opportunity".

I have been working in this field for over 20 years. Throughout that time I have had the opportunity to work in many different areas including juvenile residential, shelter care, day treatment, and In home counseling. Since coming to Quakerdale I have also done a wide variety of counseling including Behavioral Health Intervention Services, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) and am currently working with a team doing in home services through Functional Family Therapy (FFT).

I stay pretty busy between work and spending time with my two kids that are 15 and 11.  I also enjoy spending time out golfing, hunting, and fishing.


Masters in Secondary Education

Drake University

B.A. (Sociology) South Dakota State University

Duane Eberly

Family Support  Specialist

"I believe change is best implemented through encouragement and hope. I strive to be a family’s cheerleader, telling stories of perseverance and endurance. With hope and encouragement, a family is more likely to persevere, listen to suggestions, take healthy risks and chart their own road to success.

Even though I was born in Indiana and  lived in San Diego to New York City, I decided to call Iowa my home. I am married to my wife, Tammy, and have four children who live in Iowa.  Since I lived on a small farm, towns and cities, I understand there are different struggles for individuals  and families. Since each person is unique, there needs to be a unique approach.

My diverse educational experience also enhances my ability to relate to people. I attended a high school of 2,500 students in San Diego and a college of 1,000 students in Virginia. All of my children attended a small school in Manning, Iowa.

My diverse work experience contributes to my ability to work with a wide range of individuals. Working at Shelters, residential treatment, and substance abuse centers has helped my ability to relate to families and individual in all walks of life.

To find out how Duane can assist you or your family, call 641-752-3912.



B.S. in Social Work

Eastern Mennonite College


Life Experiences

Coach youth baseball and baseball

Mentoring program

Substitute teacher

JCO tracker


Work Experiences

Youth Shelter Care in Fort Dodge, Ia.

Teen Challenge in Brooklyn, NY

House parent in Manning, Iowa

Residential Treatment Caseworker

BHIS worker


I believe together we can formulate a pathway to your family’s success.

Debbie Wilson,Office Manager

Debbie is our Office Manager and greets many clients in our front office as they stop by our Marshalltown location.  She creates patient appointments, and handles our insurance billing in addition to the many other office duties that she does "behind the scenes".

"I truly agree with our mission and know we do make a difference in alot of lives...we need to continue."

Our Board

KAREN - Family Services of Quakerdale do a wonderful job counseling families and children in their homes and in the office setting.  The counselors are all certified and have many years of experience in their fields of family counseling.

Please think about giving a donation to this organization who helps the Marshalltown Community in so many ways.  Your donation is tax deductible. Come out and visit our campus and learn more about out Family Services.  I know you will enjoy it.

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2932 240th Street Marshalltown IA 50158
Satellite Offices
New Providence, IA 50206
Manning, IA 51455
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