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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Rebecca Phipps, President
Becky moved to Shepherdstown in December of 2000 with her moving van almost getting caught up in the Christmas parade which she took as a good sign. After 30 years with the federal government, Becky retired in 2007 and enjoys life in Shepherdstown with great friends including large cat Fred and small dog Cookie. She can be spotted almost every day marching around town with Cookie in whose reflected glory she is happy to bask. In warm weather, Becky enjoys digging up her yard as well as observing what comes up from prior years. She also likes reading, music and telling jokes.
Howard Mills, Treasurer
Treasurer Every organization that has beans needs a bean counter. Howard Mills serves in capacity as Treasurer for the Station at Shepherdstown. He learned to count beans on a farm in Indiana (where there are lots of them). He retired from a career in the Food Processing Business and moved to Shepherdstown in 2000.
Elizabeth Knott Cardis, Secretary
Born and raised in Jefferson County, Liz is a graduate of Shepherd and West Virginia Universities. She has worked as a special education teacher since 1999 in Jefferson County and lives and plays on the river with her husband Michael, daughter Drew and various pets. Her grandfather Ike Knott was a local plumber and served two terms as Shepherdstown’s mayor.
Former President, now Board Member, Sylvia moved to Shepherdstown in 1989. She is the mother of three lovely children. She and her husband own a music store. Sylvia has seen the Station go from total disrepair to its current glorious state. In her spare time, Sylvia collects napkin rings and aspires to be a redhead.
Manager Dionte Johnson, known to many people around town as “Dee Dee,” moved to Shepherdstown in May of 2010. She is wife to Robert Johnson Jr. and mother to five children ranging from ages 2-12. She has a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Religion and a Masters degree in Old Testament Religion. Upon her first day in Shepherdstown she knew she wanted to be considered a “local” and she has upheld that ever since!
Stacey moved to the Shepherdstown community 20 years ago and has been actively involved in the community since then. Stacey has worked her entire career in the nonprofit world for organizations such as the World Wildlife Fund, American Farmland Trust, Project Hope, and currently – the Appalachian Trail Conservancy. Stacey can be found most days just outside of Shepherdstown, along the Potomac River with her husband, Laird, their menagerie of animals – and a good book or a nice glass of wine (most likely both).
Tenant: Dr. Paul Davis, General Dentistry