CELEBRITY: KYLE TIDWELL
Originally from Buffalo, New York, Kyle retired from the United States Air Force after 20 years, where she was a Military Training Instructor (MTI) and an Academic Instructor for 11 years. Since retiring, she has continued to wear the Air Force Uniform as an Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC) Instructor. After moving to Anderson, IN in 2018 with her husband of 32 years, Steven, she has worked as an AFJROTC Instructor at Anderson Preparatory Academy, instructing cadets in grades 9-12 in Aerospace Science and Leadership Education (Life Skills, Communication, and Health and Wellness.)
Kyle enjoys traveling to her hometown of Buffalo to visit family and friends, dancing and doing jig saw puzzles and adult coloring books. She is also looking forward to retiring after 18 years as an AFJROTC Instructor at the end of May 2022!
While attending a previous DLTS show, the emcee asked the question, “Who would like to be part of next year’s show?” Kyle thought to herself, “I would love to be a part of that!” She is excited to help raise funds to restore and preserve such a beautiful and historic landmark and hopes to put on a great show!
PROFESSIONAL: ED GODBY-SCHWAB
Ed Godby-Schwab has over 50 years’ experience in several styles of dance, including American Smooth Ballroom and Rhythm dances, Jazz, Ballet, and Modern. As an independent instructor, Ed offers private and group lessons at his studio in Lapel, Fishers YMCA, and various other facilities in central Indiana. He currently serves as an Adjunct Professor at I.U.P.U.I. and Jazz Instructor for Anderson Young Ballet Theater, Inc. Ed has participated in the Anderson Paramount Theater’s Dancing Like the Stars fundraiser for the past eleven years. He has been a past recipient of both the Judge’s Choice and People’s Choice awards. He has also participated in the Hamilton Co. Meals On Wheels Dancing With Ours Stars and has won both Judges’ Choice and Peoples’ Choice Awards with past partners. Ed truly enjoys the experience of teaching his celebrity partners and watching them grow in skill and confidence from the first day to their final performance.