46, who lives in Crestfield, is the only candidate who filed to
run for the seat before nominations closed on Mar. 15. As a
result, there will be no election and he will join the
seven-member board in July.
board members serve five-year terms. They are not paid. Board
seats become available on a staggered basis, rotated among
geographic nominating districts. When there are contests, the
elections are at large and members are regarded as representing
the entire district.
said he decided to seek the seat because board president Nancy
Doorey and other members "have the board going in the right
direction and I would like to keep it going in a positive way."
graduate of Concord High School, he is employed by the Du Pont
Co. as a business manager. His wife, Cathy, is a teacher at
Springer Middle School. A daughter, Katy, graduated from Concord
last June and their other daughter, Jennifer, is a junior at
is a member of the district's building oversight committee and
its financial review taskforce. He was co-chair of last year's
capital referendum campaign.
has served out the remainder of his term after board member
Lawrence Nicholson resigned in the wake of charges of fiscal