Meet Our Team - Brownsville Haywood County Chamber Of Commerce

Our Team

Our Staff

Steve Hilton

President & CEO

B.S., Organizational Leadership – Union University, Jackson, TN (Summa Cum Laude)​

  • Meets with and recruits potential retail establishments, joins in planning commissions, county commission, city councils and organizations necessary for economic development and assists as needed.
  • Assists with business, industry, government and tourism for retention and growth of those entities.
  • Ensures Haywood County remains certified as a Three-Star community annually
  • Coordinates the development, adoption, and execution of a short and long term strategic growth plan.
  • Organizes area seminars and business meetings for the Chamber membership
  • Markets Brownsville and Haywood County to attract tourism dollars to the community
  • Works with various Board Committees to insure proper benefit to the Chamber and its membership
  • Spearheads recruitment and information for new members
  • Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors

Steve joined the Brownsville-Haywood County Chamber as Executive Director in November of 2015 He was made President and Chief Executive Officer in November of 2016. He has participated in, served on and headed up many different boards, such as Rotary, Jaycees, Civitan, The Exchange Club Carl Perkins Center for Child Abuse as a 2 term President, Nite Lite Theatre of Gibson County, and was recognized for 30 years of service as a Fire Captain by the 104th General Assembly of Tennessee. He is an honorary Colonel of the States of Tennessee and Kentucky, as well as a member of the National PR Specialists Group, The Association of Strategic Marketing, and the Social Media and Marketing Group. Steve is married to Tina, has 4 children, 9 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. They are members of the church of Christ. Steve serves on the board of directors of the Celtic Society of West Tennessee, the Southwest Tennessee Development District, the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce Institute Committee, 2017 Advisory Board, Tennessee Small Business Development Center, 2017 Marketing/Business Career Advisory Council, Haywood County Schools, current President of the West Tennessee Chamber of Commerce Executives and President-nominee of the Brownsville Rotary Club.

HONORS AND AWARDS
  • Supermarket Technology Excellence Award – Social Marketing (Supermarket News), 2010
  • Advertising Campaign Award “Fresh & Local (Creative Choice Awards, National Grocers Association), 2011
  • Published as Feature Writer (FMI Magazine, Shelby Report of the Southeast and Progressive   Grocer 2011
  • Leadership Award, 2014 Graduating Class, Union University
  • Scholastic Award, 4.0 GPA, Graduating Class, Union University
  • 5-Star Aspiring Pre-Professional, Vocatio Program for Life Careers, Union University
  • Member, Alpha Delta Lambda Society for Adult Honors Students
  • Leadership Haywood County, 2016-2017

Marty Williams

Administrative Assistant

  • Planning engagement with Ribbon Cuttings, Grand Openings, Business- After Hours, Annual Banquet as well as any other activities as directed
  • Keeps records of membership and tracks participation of Chamber members and Ambassador members.
  • Schedules meetings of the Halbrook and Carnagie meeting rooms
  • Maintains community information files and welcome packets for new residents
  • Maintains Chamber records
  • Community liaison
  • Other duties as assigned by the President

Marty has been the Brownsville-Haywood County Chamber Administrative Assistant since 2010. She has been a resident of Brownsville for 30 plus years and serves as a huge advocate for her community. She has participated in, served on and headed up many different boards, such as, Chamber Ambassadors, Brownsville-Haywood County Arts Council, Brownsville Homecoming, Brownsville Exchange Club, Haywood County Library Board, Carl Perkins Advocacy Center Board, Christmas at College Hill and a Brownie/Girl Scout Leader. She taught Angel Choir (4 & 5 yr olds) at the First United Methodist Church for 14 years, plays hand bells, and has been in the choir for 28 years. Marty has four children and three grandchildren and has been married to Jim Williams for over 35 years.

 

 

 


Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors determines the Chamber's policies on Economic, Community and Education issues and creates the path for the Chamber on appropriate strategies to pursue. Through participation in meetings and activities, Directors help implement and promote Chamber policies, objectives and strategic missions.

 


Ambassadors

The Ambassadors are a treasured group of Chamber-member volunteers who hold ribbon-cutting ceremonies to welcome our newest members, celebrate grand openings, new locations, groundbreakings, expansions and milestone accomplishments of current Chamber members.They help attract and retain Chamber members, assist in the smooth presentation of Chamber events and promote the programs, products and services of The Chamber.

Most importantly, Ambassadors network and HAVE FUN celebrating the accomplishments of our business community!

 


Board of Directors

Joe Barden

Chairman, Barden Construction

Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Barden Construction Group, Inc., specializing in design/build, small commercial and residential construction. I’m an avid hunter, love to travel, hike and listen to worship music. I originally joined the chamber to network with other businesses and business relations. I serve on the board of directors to give back to my community and wanted to be a part of helping it to grow. I think the mission and role of our Chamber is to help create and retain a business/industry friendly environment and serve as the hub of information, promotion and education for the economic advancement of the community.

Sheronda Rogers Green

Golden Circle Insurance Agency

I work at Golden Circle Insurance Agency, and I am a Commissioner in District 3 for Haywood County, vice chair of the Education Committee, c3 Coalitiion Member, on the board of the Madison Haywood Development board and the secretary of the Haywood County Planning commission. I joined the Chamber to promote and enhance the socioecomomic health of the county, and I thought I could really influence my peers and community as a member of the Chamber Board. I think the purpose of the Chamber is to unite businesses from different industries and develop a distinguished business climate that attracts new business and individual members.

Clinton Fancis

Past Chairman, Insouth Bank

Branch Administrator, InSouth Bank, specializing in banking and customer service. I love family and the outdoors. I joined the Chamber as a liaison to my business and to help with the vision, commerce, education and tourism in Brownsville and Haywood County. I serve on the board of directors so I can have a direct role in overseeing the Chambers vision and direction. The Chambers role is to help Brownsville and Haywood County grow economically and to retain our existing businesses.

Lowry Pearson

Food Giant

Store Manager at Food Giant. I've been involved in Relay for Life, Rotary, former President of the Board of the Chamber, city zoning board, former community board member at InSouth Bank and am a graduate of Leadership Haywood. I wanted to rejoin the board to help continue to improve and strengthen our community who have been loyal supporters of my business and my family. I think the Chamber plays a vital role in improving the quality of life of Haywood county citizens, and it creates an inviting atmosphere for current and future business.

D. J. Brewer

Incoming Chairman, Brownsville Funeral Home

I am an owner and managing partner of the Brownsville and Bells Funeral Homes. I have been active in the area Chambers, Relay for Life as a Captain and sponsor, youth sports coach, and actively involved in area fundraisers and events, especially with elderly programs and assisted living, nursing homes and senior centers. I think the Chamber is a wonderful avenue to support our local businesses and community and promote opportunities for growth. The chamber is an excellent source for marketing and networking with other businesses, in order to share ideas and and work closely with each other.

Mirian Jones

Supreme Lending

Works as a Loan Officer at Supreme Lending, specializing in applying, processing and closing mortgage loans. I love to help the community whenever and wherever I can. I became involved with the Chamber after being recruited by another Chamber member, and was asked to serve on the board eventually. I serve because I wanted to be more active and helpful within the community. I feel the role of the Chamber is to let the community be aware that there is an organization to help inform and assist in the growth of Haywood County.

Ray "Coach" Jones

Boys & Girls Club

Unit Director, Boys and Girls Club, Brownsville Unit, specializing in teaching and molding character, coaching and organization. I love helping children, civic and sporting events, and helping my community. I joined the Chamber to help the community learn and grow. I believe it’s important as a member to be involved, because unless you are, it goes nowhere. I serve on the board because I want to help direct the Chambers efforts to improve the vision of leadership in our community. The overall role is to promote and enrich the areas of commerce, community and education in Haywood County.

Brenda Lonon

Brownsville Housing Authority

Executive Director, Brownsville Housing Authority, specializing in low income housing. I am interested in poverty in the community, lack of jobs, slum areas and keeping the city clean and attractive. I joined the Chamber because as a business manager, I feel it’s important to connect. It starts at the Chamber. I felt honored to be nominated to the board of directors, and I want to help connect to other businesses in my community. The Chambers role is to reach out to our businesses, industry and people of the community and look for ways to enhance them all.

Jim McAdams

State Farm Insurance

Owner and agent at Jim McAdams State Farm, specializing in Insurance needs and financial services. My interests are sports, hunting and fishing. I joined the Chamber to support our economy, community and connect with other businesses. I now serve on the board of directors so I can stay involved and give back to the community who has supported me. The Chambers role is to promote commerce and develop avenues for business enhancement.

Don Tennyson

Self Employed

I wanted to join the Board of Directors to help, aid and assist the growth of Brownsville and Haywood county. I think the Chamber helps businesses in Haywood County grow, bring in new business opportunites, and to nurture the community. The Chamber provides the experience and climate to make things happen.

Jan Prine

Lasco Fittings

Payroll Administrator, Lasco Fittings, Inc., where I have worked in Human Resources, and 36 years at the department of Human Services, the last 19 in a direct HR role. I love football, NASCAR and playing the piano. I was asked to finish out another board members term, and upon finishing it, another member stepped down and I assumed that term as well. I’m very interested in the work of the Chamber in showcasing Brownsville and Haywood County. I’m a native to Haywood County, and I believe my experience and background give me an edge in helping to create a new vision for Haywood County as we move forward. It’s an exciting time for the Chamber. The Chambers role is to take the lead in selling what Haywood County has to off to visitors, new residents and new business prospects. We must be actively involved in the community and create excitement as we implement new ideas and plans to promote it.

Shane Rogers

Treasure Chest Florist

Owner and operator of Treasure Chest Florist, specializing in planning, operations, fresh and silk floral arrangements and gifts to the community. I like to travel, and love my English Bulldog. I joined the Chamber to help promote Brownsville and Haywood County. It’s my hometown and I’m interested in doing things that not only make my business better, but other members too. I serve on the board of directors to help guide the vision of business growth, tourism and education. The mission of the Chamber is to combine the wealth and knowledge of our membership to network and strengthen business enterprise in Haywood County.

Regen Thornton

First South Bank

Assistant Vice President at First South Bank, specializing in commercial loans. I enjoy hunting and fishing, golf and family. I joined the Chamber to assist with the community’s enterprise and be a part of helping it grow. I am serving on the board of directors to make a difference. The role of the Chamber is to serve existing businesses and industry, recruit and promote new business growth in the community.

Marquis "Q" Tyus

Flex Fitness

Works at Flex Fitness as Executive Director. I specialize in Physical Fitness, and it’s been a passion most all my life. I joined the Chamber to get a better understanding of how our town is run and to better understand some of the “gems” of Haywood County. The main reasons that I chose to serve on the board of directors is to aid in the decisions on the direction of making Haywood County a better place and to insure that our community has a bright and successful future. I feel the role of the Chamber is to help and aid our community resources, and to educate the public on the economic development of the county

Gwen Gavin

Eagles Nest Services

I serve as the chair of Teen Parenting, sub-committee of the Haywood County Health Council, am the Community Health Liaison for the City of Brownsville and a recruiter for Career Ready. I also serve as the President of the Haywood County Democratic Women. I wanted to join the Chamber board to assist in equipping the community with the necessary tools that aid in the advancement of resources for better opportunites. The Chamber is to be viewed and utilized as the hub of a city that provides direction and results for present and potential business enterprise.

Beth Wilson

Exchange Club

County Director, Exchange Club Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse, specializing in planning, budgeting, counseling and fund raising. My interests include Civic organizations, Community Involvement, helping children, sports, family and church. I joined the Chamber because I was interesting in giving back more to the community and seeing Haywood County grow. I serve on the board of directors to help our county to move into economic and community strength. I want to have people come here instead of leave here. Why I’m really here? I want to learn all I can to help the Chamber work for the people of Haywood County. I feel that the role of the Chamber is to grow our community, bring commerce, highlight education and to have people what to live, work and play here.

Larry Livingston - Ex Officio

Treasurer

Bio Not Available

Mayor Bill Rawls - Ex Officio

City of Brownsville

Mayor William “Bill” Rawls, Jr. is a businessman born and raised in Brownsville, Tennessee.  Mayor Rawls is a product of the Haywood County public school system and a 1984 graduate of Haywood High School.  After completion of high school, Bill Jr., as he is affectionately known by friends and family, honorably served in the United States Army Reserves for eight years, where he trained as an x-ray technician.  A proud 1989 graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA, he holds a B.A. with a concentration in Banking and Finance. 

 Mr. Rawls is a partner in Rawls Funeral Homes, a third generation family owned business that has been a staple in the Brownsville community since 1933.  He also worked for Golden Circle Life Insurance Company for 12 years.  There he was a licensed insurance agent and responsible for managing the company’s municipal bonds portfolio.  Mayor Rawls has been a licensed funeral director since 1990 in the state of Tennessee and continues to assist with the management of the family business.   

Mayor Rawls has served on and chaired various community boards including:

  • Delta Regional Leadership Academy 2015-Present
  • Memphis Regional Mega Site Board, 2014-Present
  • Rotary club, 2014- Present
  • TN Municipal League Executive Board, 2014- Present
  • Southwest Development District, 2014- Present
  • Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Health Information Technology Advisory Board, Board Member 2014 – Present
  • Tennessee Opportunity Programs, Board Member 2000 – 2012, Board Chair 2012 – Present
  • Living for Christ Emergency Homeless Shelter, Board Chair 2009 – Present
  • Memphis in May Cultural Program Committee, Board Chair 2009 – 2010
  • South West Community Service Agency, Board Member 1992-1997, Board Chair 1996 – 1997

His term as City Mayor of Brownsville, Tennessee is his first public office. Mayor Rawls has a wealth of knowledge in regard to budget and finance and he has built a vast network.  This allows him to make intelligent decisions regarding education, health and wellness and industrial development that directly translate into the continued growth and flourishing of the city and its citizens.  Mr. Rawls is also the proud father of two sons, Terry and Evan Rawls. 

Teresa Russell - Ex Officio

Superintendent, Haywood Count School System

Teresa R. Russell is a long time resident of Brownsville, Haywood County. She is a 1984 graduate of Haywood High School. She earned an Associate of Science, Elementary Education degree from Jackson State Community College, then graduated Magna Cum Laude from Lambuth University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education and Teaching in 1994. In May 2001, she earned a Master of Science Degree in School Administration and Supervision from the University of Memphis.

Mrs. Russell has spent her entire career in the Haywood County School System. She taught at East Side, then Anderson before being appointed the assistant principal at East Side Elementary in 2001. From 2003 to 2009, she served as Supervisor of Instruction PreK-12 for the school system. In July 2009, Superintendent of Schools Marlon King named her Deputy Superintendent of Curriculum and Accountability.

She is a 2010 graduate of the Leadership Haywood County class, serves as a First South Bank Advisory Board member, as a Boys & Girls Club and YMCA Advisory Board member and is a member of First United Methodist Church.

Mayor Franklin Smith - Ex Officio

Haywood County

Bio Not Available

Mayor Allan Sterbinsky - Ex Officio

Town of Stanton

Dr. Allan Sterbinsky is the Mayor of Stanton, TN, a small town located in West Tennessee near the proposed Memphis Regional Megasite. During his tenure, Stanton has been awarded over $4.7 million in grants, which have been used to provide new housing for low-income residents, reduce flooding in town, and prepare Stanton for upcoming growth via the Megasite.  To encourage healthy behaviors in town, he has planted The Stanton Orchard and Walking Trail where any Stanton resident can pick fruit for free.  Stanton also subsidizes The Stanton Clinic, where low-income residents from surrounding counties can receive quality healthcare at low cost.  

Mayor Sterbinsky’s vision extends to all of Haywood County.  He obtained a grant to provide free math tutoring for all Haywood County students (via a popular online artificial intelligence progam).  He obtained a workforce development grant (in conjunction with the Haywood County Mayor and Brownsville Mayor).  With this grant, all residents of Haywood County can receive free online training and testing to earn a Career Ready Certificate (via ACT).  Mayor Sterbinsky has also received a grant to build The Stanton Call Center, which will train residents of Haywood County to work as call center agents for major corporations in the United States.  

Before becoming Mayor, Dr. Sterbinsky taught and conducted research at Vanderbilt University and The University of Memphis, as well as conducting research for Jackson-Madison County Schools.  He is currently an on-call researcher for The Johns Hopkins University.  He has published over 100 journal articles and reports, presented research findings across the United States and in Europe.  His work was cited by Secretary of State Madeline Albright to set policy for the United States.  

Glenn Stoots - Ex Officio

Ambassador Representative, Teknor Apex

I work as Plastics Production Supervisor at Teknor/Apex. I like to be hands-on with things, as this gives me a better understanding of how and why a particular object or thing works.  My interests are hunting, fishing restoring old cars, history, politics, and mentoring. I serve as an ambassador to learn and support my local community. This gives me an opportunity to see what Brownsville currently has to offer, as well as what the community may need in the future, such as more activities for the youth and hands-on job skill training. The Chamber’s role in our community is to provide support for our local businesses and recruiting new industry and business. 

Chamber Ambassadors

Glenn Stoots

President -Teknor Apex

I work as Plastics Production Supervisor at Teknor/Apex. I like to be hands-on with things, as this gives me a better understanding of how and why a particular object or thing works.  My interests are hunting, fishing restoring old cars, history, politics, and mentoring. I serve as an ambassador to learn and support my local community. This gives me an opportunity to see what Brownsville currently has to offer, as well as what the community may need in the future, such as more activities for the youth and hands-on job skill training. The Chamber’s role in our community is to provide support for our local businesses and recruiting new industry and business. 

Jeremy Jones

Vice-President, Trin Photography

Jeremy Jones lives in Brownsville, Tennessee with his wife, Clarissa and their children Micah, Jasmine, Kristina and Karrington. Although he is a native of Mercer, Tennessee, he and his family are enjoying life in Haywood County.  He  earned his degree in Visual Communications from ITT Technical Institute in 2011 in Cordova, Tennessee. For almost 5years, he operated as a freelance photographer and graphic designer. This year, in February of 2016, Jeremy and Clarissa opened their company, Trin Photography and Designs,  and became members of the Chamber of Commerce. In a matter of 6 months, Jeremy was voted in as  the new Vice-President of the Ambassadors. He has served for 10 months for the Chamber of Commerce and has been a true participant to community events. His enthusiasm and dedication to help the people of Brownsville has earned him the "Uniquely Haywood" Award this past October. He is a member of Greater Heights Church under the leadership of Pastor Sylvester Hicks and he is a musician for the church and enjoys being with family and friends.

Katherine Baggett

American Motors

Bio Not Available

Tammy Barr

Supreme Lending

I am the Branch manager of Supreme Lending. I have 23 years of Mortgage Lending Experience to include refinances and purchases of primary residences, 2nd homes and investment properties. My interests are spending time with my family, watching my son play travel baseball and my daughter cheer on the mighty Tomcats. I also enjoy spending time with my church family at Brownsville Baptist. 

Barbara Bond

Haywood County Ag. Ext. Center

I am the Administrative Assistant II at UT Extension. Customer service, accounting and administrative skills are all part of my job. My interests are spending time with family and friends. I serve as an ambassador because I enjoy the community where I live and being a part of trying to make a difference in representing Brownsville, as a ‘good place to live’. I feel the role of the Chamber is to promote and market our community. 

Carol Bruce

Charter Member

Bio Not Available

Nancy Cates

Retired

Bio Not Available

Joey Connor

Connor Real Estate

Bio Not Available

Pat Cummins

Richards/Cummins Real Estate

Owner/Principal Broker of Richards-Cummins Real Estate, LLC. Our area of expertise is in real estate, commercial, residential, investment and acreage. My interests are family, community, water sports, horses, dancing and traveling. I strongly believe in Brownsville/Haywood County and the people in the community. Anything I can do to promote our community and the people who reside here, is of utmost importance to me. The Chamber is a vital part of any community. The goals should be to assist new and present businesses in any way that helps them to succeed. The Chamber should be the ‘go to place’ for information regarding our City and County and should promote businesses and corporations, encouraging growth, etc.

Charles Currie

Brownsville Utility Department

Service technician at Brownsville Utility Department (BUD). I would say my specialty area would be ministry. I love helping people and encouraging them to live a better life. My interests are football, basketball, boxing, bowling and old cars. I serve as an ambassador to help represent the great quality of the city and community we live in. The Chamber’s role in our community is to represent the great city of Brownsville and be supportive to the community and businesses, to help them grow. 

Darla Dedmon

Insouth Bank

As FVPHR Director at Insouth Bank, I have had the privilege to serve as a Brownville-Haywood County Ambassador since its conception/revitalization, back in 1993. I have served as past president, secretary, and recipient of Ambassador the Year.  Faith, family, community and ministry are my main interests. I serve as an ambassador because of love of community. This gives me the opportunity, as a representative of Insouth Bank and personally, to support and promote Brownsville-Haywood County as well as recognize and encourage current and new businesses and organizations. The Chamber works to bring the business community together, to develop strong local networks, which can result in a business-to-business exchange. It works with local government to develop pro-business initiatives. The Chamber should support, promote, recognize, and encourage the city and county businesses, organization and efforts, including selling our community, to venues that would generate a positive reflection of, and generate revenue for, the county and city, it serves. 

Vicky Fawcett

Bio Not Available

JoAnne Finn

Insouth Bank

Works as a Loan Officer/VP Consumer Lending, Mortgages. My main interests are our community, watercolor and crafts. I enjoy being involved in the community. I think the Chamber’s goal is to promote Brownsville and assist businesses.

Tammy Hayes

Simmons Bank

Bio Not Available

Ann Jones

Brownsville City Hall

Bio Not Available

Tara Joyner

Conner Real Estate

I am an affiliate broker at Conner Real Estate, LLC. Real estate and appraisals are my specialty. Spending time with family and friends and working out are my special interests. To be an ambassador for our city and county, to help welcome new business to our area, is why I serve as an ambassador. The Chamber’s roll is to help promote and support local businesses. 

Jody Lea

Lea and Simmons Funeral Home

Owner/Director of Lea and Simmons Funeral Home. Leadership, operations, entrepreneurism are the areas in which I feel I excel. My interests are in community and family. I became an ambassador to assist in endeavors of the chamber and to support its mission. In my opinion, the role of the Chamber is to further the growth and interests of Haywood County through the three pillar philosophy-Commerce, Education and Community.

Don Lee

Teknor Apex

I have recently retired from Teknor/Apex. My area of expertise was in safety and maintenance. My interests are church, working with people and sports. I serve as an ambassador to promote my community in a positive way. The role of our Chamber in the community is to be a greeter to news businesses, to show support and to help market new businesses by spreading the word, to support our hometown folks. 

Paul Lott

Pro Rentals

Recently retired from Brownsville/Bells Funeral Homes as a Pre-Needs counselor. I am owner of Pro-Rentals house rental business. My specialty is loving Haywood County, leadership and having my feet on the ground. Community and civic service, counseling and church are my main interests. I serve as an ambassador in order to serve and support, along with identifying opportunities and challenges, while supporting chamber functions and activities.  The role of the chamber is to create a positive image, promote the value of doing business and wanting to do business here. Also, to tell everyone how great a place Haywood County is to live. 

Dr. Sue McElrath

All Care Chiropractic

Doctor/Owner of All Care Chiropractic Clinic. Chiropractic Healthcare is my main interest. I love nature/outdoors of any kind. I serve as an ambassador in order to support my community and for networking. The role of the Chamber is to support unity, promotion of community and services. 

Joyce Moore

Brownsville Radio

I work at Wireless Group/Brownsville Radio where I am in sales. My specialty is marketing the community. My interest is wanting this community to grow! I serve as an ambassador because I am always a cheerleader for our community, always looking for innovative avenues that will continue to keep our businesses appealing to the consumer (in or out of town). The Chamber’s role in our community is to further the interests of our businesses and industries, to those seeking new areas to expand, keeping our existing businesses exposed to the chance of growing as well. 

Joanna Morris

First South Bank

Community Bank President of First South Bank, is a native of Brownsville, Tennessee.  I am a 1992 graduate of Union University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a graduate of the Southeastern School of Commercial Lending, a graduate of the Leadership Haywood County Class of 2000 and a 2009 graduate of WestStar.  I have been with First South Bank since it opened in Brownville in 1997.  I have been a Chamber of Commerce Ambassador since 1996. I serve on the Brownsville Haywood County Senior Center, Vision Haywood County Board, am a charter member of the Brownsville Exchange Club, member of the Main Street Brownsville board, Chairman of the Regional March of Dimes board as well as on the state board for March of Dimes.  In 2006, I was named Brownsville/Haywood County’s Woman of the Year.  I am a member of First Presbyterian Church and am married to Greg Morris and have two sons, Gray and Graham. 

Betty Tindle

Crye-Leike Real Estate

Honorary Lifetime Member