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posted Mar 1, 2013 - 2:40:52pm
At the Duvall Home’s Board of Regents quarterly meeting held Jan. 29, 2013, new officers were elected and a new board member was voted in. The elected will begin their new roles starting immediately for a term of three years.
Kirby Moncrief, an attorney at the law firm of Stenstrom, Mclntosh, Colbert, and Whigham P.A., was elected Chairman of the Board. Moncrief is a graduate of Florida State University College of Law.
Stetson University Director of Gift Planning, Kate Pearce, has been elected Vice-Chair. Pearce began her Stetson career in 1990 as the Assistant Director of Development Services and has grown her position there throughout the years.
Rob Walsh, the Operations Manager and Interim Building & Zoning Director for the County of Volusia, now holds the Secretary/Treasurer position. Mr. Walsh has thirty years of progressive professional advancement in both the public and private sectors. In his current position for Volusia County, he is responsible for the daily operations of the Growth & Resource Management Department, which includes Administration, Building & Zoning, Planning & Development Services, and Environmental Management. He is also responsible for all building permit and code violation related activities for the county.
Emilie Kimbrough was voted in as a new Board member. Emilie is a retired educator and long-time supporter of the Duvall Home. She has previously served as President of the Duvall Home Parents, Guardians & Friends Association where she led the association in advocating and fundraising for the Home. Currently, Emilie also volunteers at a public school for the developmentally disabled near her home in Sarasota.
Other Board members include; Richard B. Armstrong, Wachovia Bank, EVP (retired), Daryl Tol, CEO, Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, Brandon Young, Associate Vice President Human Resources, Embry Riddle University, Wilma Martin, Gateway Bank, AVP, Steven DeVane, Duvall Home, CEO and Royce Hood, M.D. , Florida Orthopedic Surgeons.
The Duvall Home is a non-profit organization and a leader in providing quality care to individuals with developmental disabilities for over 65 years. For more information, visit www.duvallhome.org.
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