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18 selected for Decatur General Foundation Guild

Decatur General Foundation Guild has tapped 18 new members. The guild is responsible for presenting Gala, the annual black-tie dinner/dance benefiting Decatur General Hospital.

Here is information about the new members:

  • Lisa Barnett is a member of First Bible Church, a Junior League of Morgan County sustainer and member of Decatur Cotillion. She is married to Sam Barnett and has two children, Leland and William.

    She is a graduate of The University of Alabama and works as senior development director for Midsouth Division of American Cancer Society. Reading and needlepoint are her hobbies.

  • Jill Bronaugh is married to Will Bronaugh. She is a member of American Society of Interior Designers and First United Methodist Church.
  • Melissa Hutcheson Brown is law clerk for U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Jack Caddell. She and her husband Jeff have two children, Matthew and Jamie.

    She is a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church where she is an elder. She also is a Junior League of Morgan County sustainer and member of Decatur Cotillion.

  • Lucinda Sledge Burchel, a graduate of The University of North Alabama and The University of Alabama, is a Junior League of Morgan County sustainer and member of Decatur Cotillion and Parent and Leadership Association at Decatur Christian Academy.

    She is married to Kevin Burchel and has two sons, Berek and Bowen. Scrapbooking, photography and painting are her hobbies.

    Burchel tutors adult womenwishing to obtain their general equivalency diploma at Even Start and does volunteer work at Committee on Church Cooperation and the HANDS Home.

  • Accountant Teri Hunt is married to Robert Hunt. They have two children, Elizabeth and Emily.

    She likes home remodeling and landscaping and is a member of St. John's Episcopal Church, Junior League of Morgan County and Decatur Assembly.

  • Kate Klepper, an Auburn University graduate, is a staff writer in the Living Today department at THE DECATUR DAILY.

    She is a member of Central United Methodist Church, Princess Theatre Board of Directors, Decatur Jaycees, Hospice Guild, Junior League of Morgan County and DreamWeavers Board of Directors.

    She is engaged to Carl Cole.

  • Running, aerobics and reading are hobbies of Kim Lowry. She and her husband Todd have two children, Andrew and Alex.

    She attends Central United Methodist Church, is a Zeta Tau Alpha alumnus of The University of Alabama and is a member of Junior League of Morgan County and Parents and Children Together.

  • Jordan Matthews serves on the Altar Guild and teaches Sunday school at St. John's Episcopal Church. She graduated from The University of Alabama at Birmingham.

    She is married to Robert Matthews and has two stepdaughters, Katherine and Amanda, and one son, Caine. Reading and spending time with family are her hobbies.

  • LaDonna McWhorter, wife of Mark McWhorter, has three children, Alex, Jason and Jessica, and one grandson, Cole. She is a licensed esthetician and works at Young & Healthy Skin Clinic, owned by Dr. Gordon Telepun.

    Gardening, painting and cooking are her hobbies. She is treasurer of Alabama Association of License Estheticians, and member of Parents and Children Together, Decatur Charity League and Decatur Assembly.

  • Kendal Moores is a member of Decatur Assembly, Morgan County Art for Heart Guild, Decatur Presbyterian Church Women in the Church and the parent-teacher association at Oak Park Middle School. She is married to Jon H. Moores and has three children, Holman, Lily and Charlie.

    Moores' hobbies include gardening and cooking.

  • Barbara S. Mullins' community involvement includes Trowelers' Garden Club, Les Meres, Old Decatur Association and Friends of Delano Park. Gardening, flower design, decorating, travel and spending time with grandchildren are her hobbies.

    She is married to John R. Mullins and has two children and three grandchildren.

  • Sara Page, wife of Jim Page, is a member of Decatur Jaycees, Women's Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, United Way Board of Directors, Princess Theater Marquee Club and First Baptist Church of Decatur.
  • Richard Tubb Interiors in Birmingham employs Miranda Parker-Alexander, a graduate of The University of Alabama with a bachelor's degree in interior design. She likes to read, garden and travel.

    She lives in Decatur with her husband, Stacy, and their two Jack Russell terriers.

  • Allison Ross is a member of Decatur Jaycees and serves as chairwoman of Decatur Christmas parade. She volunteers for American Cancer Society's Relay of Life committee.

    Ross is vice president of Morgan County Economic Development Association. She is a member of St. John's Episcopal Church and likes to travel and read.

    She is married to John Ross.

  • Jana Satterfield, wife of Dwight Satterfield, has two daughters, Ashley and Ali Grace.

    She is a member of First Baptist Church of Decatur and Decatur Cotillion and is a Junior League of Morgan County sustainer. Reading, tennis and scrapbooking are her hobbies.

  • Charlotte Staff is a member of Annunciation of the Lord Catholic Church. Her hobby is painting.

    She has two daughters and four grandsons.

  • Kim Wenzler has a bachelor of science degree in elementary education and teaches fourth-grade at Danville-Neel Elementary School.

    She is married to Andy Wenzler and has two children, Andrew and Haley.

    She is a member of Decatur Cotillion and Central United Methodist Church and is a Junior League of Morgan County sustainer.

  • Renee Whitmer Wenzler, wife of Lance Wenzler, has six children: Sarah, Katharine, Lulu, Lauren, Kate and Davis.

    She is a member of St. John's Episcopal Church and Decatur Chamber of Commerce. She works with her husband at The Wenzler Agency, and likes cooking, reading and spending time with family.

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