United Way of Williamson County announces 2016 board

December 11, 2015

United Way of Williamson County has announced its 2016 board of directors, with Will Council, a retired health care executive, succeeding Chris Taylor, Parallon Business Services, as board chair.

Council and Taylor will serve on the executive committee with: Board Chair Elect: Tim Scarvey, HCA TriStar Health; Campaign Chair: Keith Everett, Publix Supermarkets; Campaign Chair Elect: Eric Stuckey, City of Franklin; Community Impact Chair: Sherie Edwards, State Volunteer Mutual Insurance Company; Finance Chair: David Pickett, PricewaterhouseCoopers; Marketing Chair: Scott Meert, PICA Group; Allocations Chair: Kelly Roy, Century II; Member-at-Large: Greg Herman, LBMC Investment Advisors.

Other board members include: Mike Barber, Flameless Candle Co.; Julian Bibb, Stites and Harbison; Paul Bolin, Williamson Medical Center; John Bumpus, LifePoint Health; Brad Coleman, Williamson County Government; Brenda Cronk, Community Health Systems; Brian Dunston, Fifth Third Bank; Brian Evans, Tractor Supply Company; Bill May, High Value Manufacturing Consulting; Marty Martin, Regions Bank; Herman Moncrief, MedHost; Steve Morrissey, Enterprise Fleet Management; Theresa Plonkey, General Motors; Pete Powell, Community Health Systems; Hank Russell, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Jeff Smith, Franklin Synergy Bank; Tim Thomas, Culer; Terri Welch, Nissan North America; and Michael Wiechart, Capella Healthcare.

Emeritus Board Members continuing to serve include: Rogers Anderson, Williamson County mayor; Nelson Andrews, Andrews Cadillac Jaguar Land Rover Nashville; Al Dorsey, Franklin Synergy Bank; Darren Gottschalk, Enterprise Holdings, Inc.; Cindy Harper, LBMC; Patricia Hart, community volunteer; Craig Holland, First Farmers & Merchants Bank; Rick Jansen, retired from Ford Motor Credit; Debbie Landers, community volunteer; Mike Looney, Williamson County Schools; Andy Menzyk, retired from Ford Motor Credit; Steve Morris, retired from UPS; Tim Murphy, CapWealth Advisors LLC; Carl Roberts, retired from Southwestern; Bob Schwartzman, Journal Communications Inc.; Dion Sheidy, KPMG; David Snowden, Franklin Special School District; Tom Stearns, State Volunteer Mutual Insurance Co.; Connie Thurman, community volunteer; and Adam Wilczek, retired from PICA Group.

Nonvoting Members include: Colleen Leiss, PwC for Emerging Leaders United; Jill Hudson, LBMC for Patricia Hart Society; Shannon Nehus, Waves, Inc.; Dalton Fulmer, Page High School for Youth Advisory Council.

About United Way of Williamson County
United Way of Williamson County is committed to creating real change and measurable improvements in the day-to-day lives of people. We and 32 partner nonprofit organizations focus on education, financial stability, good health and rebuilding lives – the key building blocks for creating a better life. Serving the Williamson County community for more than 50 years, United Way of Williamson County works to inspire acts of caring, deliver hope and improve lives. When we work together to advance the common good, we LIVE UNITED. To find out more, please visit uwwc.org or call the office at 615-771-2312.

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