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Attorney at Law, Stenstrom. McIntosh, Colbert,et alAs an of-counsel attorney at the law firm of Stenstrom, Mclntosh, Colbert, Whigham & Partlow, P.A., Mr. Moncrief practices in the areas of Business, Business & Real Estate, Commercial, Construction, Contracts, Contractor's Liability, Corporate/Corporate Counsel, Estate Planning/Probate, Finance, General Practice/General Civil, Mechanics' Lien, Mortgage Loans, Partnerships, Prenuptial/Marriage, Real Estate/Real Property, Secured Transactions, Utilities/Utility Easements and Zoning.
S. Kirby Moncrief, Chairman
S. Kirby Moncrief received a B.S. degree from the University of South Florida in 1967 and a J.D. from the Florida State University College of Law in 1970. After graduating from law school, Mr. Moncrief was admitted to the Florida Bar and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida in 1970. He served in the U.S. Army and received an honorable discharge. He has served as attorney to the Seminole County Board of Realtors, the Seminole Delegation, and numerous financial institutions. He served as 18th Judicial Circuit Judge from October 1995 to January 1997 under an appointment by Governor Lawton Chiles. He currently serves as Attorney for the West Volusia Board of Realtors.S. Kirby Moncrief is currently a member of the Seminole County Bar Association (President, 1975) and The Florida Bar. He was a Founding Director and President of the Seminole County Legal Aid Society in 1975 and President-Director of Seminole County Lawyer Referral Service. He has served the Salvation Army (Director), Seminole Work Opportunity Program, Easter Seals and Camp Challenge. He was a professor at the University of Central Florida in the Allied Legal Services Program.
Kate Pearce, Vice Chairman
Stetson University, Director of Gift Planning Kate graduated from the University of Wisconsin in Madison with a degree in communications. After working for 10 years as a travel agent, she joined the staff of Stetson University 1990 where she still works. Her Stetson career began as assistant director of Development Services. She has held increasingly responsible positions over the years including Director of Research, and Director of Planned Giving. In 2008, Kate was given the additional responsibility of supervising the staff of the Office of Annual Giving and is currently the Director of Annual Giving and Gift Planning.
Robert Walsh, Secretary/Treasurer
Operations Director for County of Volusia
Rob has thirty years of progressive professional advancement in both the public and private sectors. His expertise includes business development, profit and loss management, project/program management, finance and budgeting, public/private conflict resolution, media relations, supervision and staff development, contract proposal development and organizational effectiveness. 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. This is a 103-person organization with an annual operating budget of $11.5M. He serves on Volusia County's Information & Planning team at the Emergency Operations Center during times of natural and man-made disasters.He is active in the community and sits on several boards. These include:
He holds a Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Florida and an MBA from Arizona State University.He has been married for 30 years to Gwen and has a son, who is eleven, and a daughter, who is nine.
- Member, Student Advisory Committee, Tomoka Elementary School
- Representative, District Advisory Committee, Volusia County School Board
- Member, Historic Landmark Preservation Board, City of Ormond Beach
- Member, Board of Regents, Duvall Home, Glenwood, FL
- Graduate, Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program
Richard B. Armstrong
Wachovia Bank, Executive Vice President (retired)Rick Armstrong retired from Wachovia Bank, N.A. in 2004, after completing a 30 year career in corporate and investment banking. He served as Executive Vice President and Manager of Wachovia's Global Corporate Finance Division, with responsibility for all corporate relationships handled in the U.S. Corporate, International Corporate, Financial Institutions and Asset BasedFinance Groups. He was based in Winston-Salem, New York City and Atlanta.
Rick holds a B.A. degree in economics from Washington and Lee University, an MBA in finance from Tulane University and an Advanced Professional Certificate in finance from New York University. He has served on numerous volunteer boards including: Emory University's Board of Visitors, The Georgia Society to Prevent Blindness, The Frazier Center (Atlanta organization serving individuals having MR/DD with early intervention and sheltered workshop programs), The Northwest Georgia Girl Scout Council, and Right in the Community, an organization which has built 22 group homes for persons with developmental disabilities in Atlanta via HUD grants.Rick and his wife of 31 years, Nancy, live in Atlanta and have three children; Sarah, Richard and Cameron. He is a graduate of Leadership Atlanta, is an ordained Elder of Peachtree Presbyterian Church, served in the U.S. Navy between 1968 and1972, and was raised in Asheville, N.C.
Embry Riddle University, Associate Vice President- Human ResourcesBrandon L. Young, MBA, PHR is the Executive Director of Human Resources at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and has been with the university since 1998. He supervises the day to day operations of an 18 person HR team that supports over 3,000 employees throughout the US, Europe, and Asia.He holds a BS degree in Accounting and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Central Florida and has a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification from the Society in Human Resources Management. He is also an adjunct professor at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and Stetson University, both in the College of Business.He is involved in the community and his profession in many ways serving on the City Council for the City of South Daytona, the Board of Regents for the Duvall Home in Deland, the Board of Directors for One Voice of Volusia and as Past President of the Volusia / Flagler Society of Human Resource Management,. He is involved with the Daytona Regional Chamber and is a graduate of Leadership Daytona Class XXX. Brandon was also named as one of the areas "Young Professionals of the Year in 2008" by the Volusia / Flagler Business Journal.He and his wife Tammy are lifelong residents of the Halifax area and they have three sons.They are very involved with their church and son's school at White Chapel Church of God and Warner Christian Academy.
Gateway Bank, Assistant Vice PresidentRemember the days when you had a banker who knew you, knew your banking needs and who worked harder for you and was able to help you on the spot. Those days are back at Gateway Bank of Florida "A Better Way to Bank" with leaders like Wilma Martin. Wilma is dedicated to the customer. She exemplifies Quality Service and the personal touch in banking. She is an advocate for the customer and always keeps them in the forefront of any decisions that are to be made.Wilma Martin, Ass't Vice President Operations Manager of Gateway Bank of Florida has been in banking for 53 years. She has been a member of Gateway Bank Management team since the bank opened in Jan of 2006. She has extensive knowledge and experience in the operations of the bank which has allowed her to sit on many committees during her banking career. Wilma has won many awards during her 53 years. Included are Award of Excellence, CEO Awards, Quality Service Awards, Wilma is committed to Quality Service both internally and externally .She is involved in the community. Teaches Sunday school, Choir Member, Church Personnel Committee, Church Finance Committee, Worked with Habitat for Humanity, Supports her Alma mater, past president of the ABWA Wilma has served for many years as a member of the board of regents for the he Duvall Home for the mentally disabled .She is a life long resident of Volusia County.Gateway Bank of Florida is working harder for you with local people making decisions concerning your banking needs. People like Wilma who give personal attention .A Better Way to Bank and that's our promise to Volusia County
Royce Hood, M.D.
Florida Orthopaedic SurgeonsDr. Hood is a native Floridian from Palatka who chose the field of orthopaedic medicine because it offered a wide variety of challenges, relatively rapid recovery, and a high level of patient satisfaction. He completed his medical training in Atlanta at Emory University School of Medicine, and served in the United States Air Force in Texas, where he completed his orthopaedic residency. In 1975 he moved to DeLand and established his orthopaedic practice with Doctors Huster and Griffin. Dr. Hood's practice consists of treating many different orthopaedic conditions, including: sprains, fractures, back and neck disorders, knee and shoulder injuries, and osteoarthritic conditions requiring total joint replacement. He has developed a special interest in the hip and has performed hundreds of hip surgeries, including fracture repair and total joint replacement. Dr. Hood is Board Certified in orthopaedics and has been a Fellow in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons since 1975.Dr. Hood is committed to the Christian life and its influence on the healing and well-being of his patients. He has integrated his faith in his practice by pursuing professional competency, adhering to high ethical standards, and by showing concern and compassion toward his patients. He is known for his wit and genuine interest in the overall patient, thus establishing many longtime patient/doctor relationships and earning him the reputation for being the doctor's doctor in DeLand. He is married to Mary Lane Hood, a nurse anesthetist, who works with him in the operating room. Together they have four grown children. Emilie Kimbrough
Emilie grew up in Miami, Florida, and after high school attended Florida State University where she graduated with a degree in elementary and early childhood education. Upon graduation, Emilie married Robert Kimbrough and moved to Gainesville where he attended law school at the University of Florida. She taught school in Gainesville prior to moving to Sarasota. Emilie and Robert have two adult age sons who became residents of Duvall in August of 1997.Emilie has served in a leadership capacity with community organizations. To support her interest in the horse world, she served as President of the local dressage association. She has also served three terms on the Session at the First Presbyterian Church of Sarasota as well as Moderator and Chair of Council for Peace River Presbytery. While serving with the Presbytery Mission Committee, Emilie initiated a Covenant Agreement between Peace River Presbytery and the Duvall Home to help others become aware of the valuable service the Duvall Home offers. Emilie has spoken on behalf of the Duvall Home at the Synod of South Atlantic meeting last fall and the Peace River Presbytery Women's Gathering in the spring.Between 2008 and 2012, Emilie served as President of the Duvall Home Parents, Guardians & Friends Association having previously participated as recording secretary. During that time she led the association in advocating for the Home, organizing informational presentations for parents and helped implement a member's suggestion to organize the Phantom Ball which has raised $100,000 for much needed items at the Home over the years. Currently, Emilie volunteers at a public school for the developmentally disabled in Sarasota."It is a pleasure to be able to share with others the confidence we have in Duvall Home, and I look forward to working for the continuing success of the Home as a Board member in whatever capacity is needed," states Emilie.
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