John Randolph Foundation is pleased to announce the election of officers to the 2017 Board of Trustees. Linda M. Ault will serve as President of the Board of Trustees, succeeding Jerry A. Williams who is now Immediate Past President. Remaining in their current positions are Elisa S. Carraway, Vice-President, Brenda M. Hayes, Secretary, and Diane H. Parr, Treasurer.
Mrs. Ault has served the Tri-Cities area for over 30 years as an outstanding nurse and holds a Masters in Nursing from the University of Virginia. From 1985 to 2010, Mrs. Ault was employed at John Randolph Medical Center, and today she works for the Ashland plant in Hopewell. She also serves on the Virginia Nurses Association Board of Directors and is a former Board member and Past President of the Virginia Board of Nursing. Mrs. Ault is a resident of Charles City County where she and her husband, Dr. Peter N. Ault, run a family farm.
The Foundation’s Board of Trustees bids farewell to James “Tommy” Buren. Mr. Buren served nine years on the Board of Trustees in different capacities through the Grant and Scholarship Programs, as well as providing financial knowledge and expertise to the Audit and Investment Advisory Committees.Mr. Buren recently retired from the Bank of Southside Virginia where he worked for 48 years serving customers and making our communities more prosperous. Mr. Buren’s love of community is reflected in his service as a volunteer fireman for over 60 years with the Prince George Volunteer Fire Department Company 1, saving countless lives and property. To recognize and honor the dedication of Mr. Buren, the Foundation will award a $1,000 scholarship to a deserving student in 2017. Mr. Buren is a lifelong resident of Prince George County with his wife Gloria.
A complete listing of John Randolph Foundation’s Board of Trustees can be found at www.johnrandolphfoundation.org/AboutUs.
About John Randolph Foundation
John Randolph Foundation partners with local communities and organizations in the Tri-Cities area to build healthy communities and bright futures. Since 1995, the Foundation has invested over $16 million in the community through its grant program and over $1.4 million in scholarships. As the Tri-Cities area’s only community foundation, we help donors create enduring investments and currently manage nine endowments, 57 scholarships, and three educator award programs.Tags: Board of Trustees, event, Foundation, Nonprofit, Officers, Philanthropy
This post was written by Ann Easterling