Todd Lilley has been named foundation director of Shenandoah Valley Westminster-Canterbury. He will be responsible for maintaining an ongoing fund development program that solicits funds for operational capital and endowment needs.
Lilley holds a bachelor’s degree in management and organizational development from Eastern Mennonite University and a master’s in religion and leadership from Liberty Theological Seminary. His work history includes fundraising and outreach in health care, higher education, hunger relief and the retirement industry. He has served as an adjunct instructor at the university and is an ordained minister in the United Brethren in Christ Church.
Lilley has been involved in many civic organizations and has served on numerous boards in the Rockingham County area including the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Chamber of Commerce and Free Clinic.
He is married to Dina, a registered nurse. He has a daughter who is a freshman at Virginia Tech, and a son, who is a seventh-grade student.
Paul Davis Restoration
Technicians and crews with Paul Davis Restoration of Northwest Virginia recently traveled to Florida, Georgia and South Carolina providing emergency services to people affected by flooding, water and wind damage from Hurricane Matthew.
The restoration professionals, certified in emergency restoration, reconstruction and remodeling, demolished and gutted homes and businesses, provided contents packing, inventorying and storage of the homeowner’s belongings along with coordinating contents cleaning. They also provided board ups and roof protection with tarps. Local technicians from other Paul Davis offices nationwide also assisted during the 24/7 effort.
In Brunswick, Georgia, the Paul Davis team used company generators to help run remote kitchens that fed more than 200 people who were evacuated and housed in local hotels. The local office is located at 9644 S. Congress St., New Market. Information: www.pauldavis.com.
Front Royal dentist, Craig Zunka, has returned from teaching at the 39th annual National Dental Seminar in Homeopathy held Oct. 7-9 in Herndon. He also attended the American Society for Dental Aesthetics’ 40th annual international conference on Oct. 26-29 in Miami.
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