UCBDD Announces New Board Member

Board Member Scott Anspach recites an oath to officially join the board

 

UCBDD announces the retirement of Bruce Davis and appointment of Scott Anspach to the board.

 

The Union County Board of Developmental Disabilities held its annual Organizational Meeting on Monday, January 14, 2019 at 4:15pm during which the recognition of a retiring board member and appointment of a new member took place. Board Members Jenny Brill and Kim Zacharias were also reappointed for a new term by the Union County Commissioners, represented by Steve Stolte at Monday’s meeting.

 

Bruce Davis served a total of eighteen years as a board member. He was first appointed by the Union County Commissioner in March of 1999. He then served the legal limit of twelve consecutive years on the board and was re-appointed in January, 2013. Bruce served his most recent term for the full four years and has resigned his position on the board effective December 31, 2018.

 

“Bruce provided consistent leadership and direction as a board member including multiple years as Board President,” stated UCBDD Superintendent Kara Brown. “His commitment to people with disabilities and focus on our youngest served has been unwavering.  His presence will be greatly missed.”

 

Scott Anspach is currently a Deputy with the Union County Sheriff’s Office. He was appointed to the board by Union County Probate Judge, Honorable Charlotte Coleman Eufinger. Scott will be serving a four year term.

 

Anspach joins a seven-person board that is responsible for governing the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the agency.

 

Kara Brown and Scott Anspach

Superintendent Kara Brown presents retiring board member, Bruce Davis with a plaque signifying his eighteen years of service

 

Board Members Jenny Brill and Kim Zacharias are sworn in for their new term. They were appointed by the Union County Commissioners, represented by Steve Stolte. Board Members Jenny Brill and Kim Zacharias are sworn in for their new term. They were appointed by the Union County Commissioners, represented by Steve Stolte





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