posted on April 09, 2015 09:53
The United Way of Coshocton is pleased to announce the addition of 5 new board members. Susan Turner, Kay Lane, Delia Meek, Rebecca Porteus and Craig Dukes have all been voted into the Board of Control.
Susan Turner, County Recorder, has been a volunteer and belonged to many organizations including Jr. Women’s Club, Habitat for Humanity, Farm Bureau, Township Association, Leadership Coshocton, Rising Tide, and Coshocton Clean Up Day. She has been a long- time supporter of the United Way. Her hobbies include being an OHSAA swimming official for the last 13 years and enjoys gardening and being with her grandchildren. She lives with her husband Mike and they have 2 grown children and 2 grandchildren.
Kay Lane has worked at Jones Metal for 26 years. Kay has also graduated from Leadership Coshocton and currently volunteers as a driver for the youth Leadership program. A long-time supporter of the United Way, Kay has been on the Jones Metal Campaign committee and has served on the board previously. Kay lives with her husband Randy and they have 2 daughters and 1 grandchild due in July.
Delia Meek has worked for CCMH for 24 years as Clinic Administrator. Delia also serves on the Sacred Heart School board, Sacred Heart church choir, is a graduate of Coshocton Leadership and volunteers with the First Step Bingo. She served as the campaign chair for CCMH during the 2014-2015 campaign. Her hobbies include traveling, collecting vintage jewelry and spending time with her family. Delia lives with her husband Jeffrey and they have 1 daughter.
Rebecca Porteus is the Vice President of Century National Bank and has worked there for 9 years. Beccy served as the past United Way board president, so she is no stranger to the United Way and has been a long -time supporter. Beccy also volunteers with the River View Athletic Boosters and serves as the Secretary of the Coshocton Foundation and the 4H Endowment Committee. Beccy lives with her husband Knox and they have 3 children.
Craig Dukes has worked for RockTenn for 1 ½ years as the Safety Manager. Craig served in the post- Vietnam conflict and was awarded the Distinquished Service Medal for being part of a team that rescued two pilots that had been shot down in the Laos/Cambodia area. He enjoys the outdoors, playing guitar, mountain biking and motorcycling in his time off. Craig has 2 grown children and 2 grandchildren.