In January, Susan Hyatt Ferrell and Lewis E. Stevenson joined the John Randolph Foundation Board of Trustees.
Mrs. Ferrell is a domestic engineer at her home in Chester where she organizes the daily lives of her husband Maclin, their three children and two dogs. Before becoming a stay-at-home mother, she taught 4th and 5th grades in Hopewell City Public Schools. Mrs. Ferrell enjoys working out and playing tennis. An experienced traveler, she loves spending time in the Outer Banks of North Carolina with her family. Mrs. Ferrell looks forward to serving on John Randolph Foundation’s Board of Trustees. As a former teacher, she is enthusiastic about supporting education through the scholarship program and is excited to learn how she can help others in the community while serving on the JRF Board of Trustees.
Mr. Stevenson is a native of Hopewell and a graduate of Hopewell High School. He has been married to his wife Tammy for 35 years. They have four children ranging in age from 16 to 31. He now lives in Prince George County where he is owner and President of Abateco Services, Inc., formed in August 1992. Mr. Stevenson served as Vice Chair and Chair during his 12-year tenure on the Prince George County School Board. He has also served on the Hopewell/Prince George Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, The Virginia State Licensure Board of the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR), and as past Chair of the Hopewell-Prince George Red Cross. As a member of the JRF Board of Trustees, Mr. Stevenson will continue his many years of volunteer service in the community.
We welcome Mrs. Ferrell and Mr. Stevenson to the Board of Trustees!Tags: Board of Trustees, Philanthropy
This post was written by Ann Easterling