Meet our CYMT Board of Directors

BY: CYMT General

 

CYMT is blessed by having a supportive and active Board of Directors. We are grateful for their service to our ministry. Meet our CYMT Board of Directors.

John Padgett, Chair – Brentwood United Methodist Church

Overton Colton, Vice-Chair – First Presbyterian Church

Lindsay Brooks – CYMT Alumna/Brentwood United Methodist Church

Elizabeth Coble – First Presbyterian Church

Tess Frohock – CYMT Alumna

Blair and Tina Hollis – First Presbyterian Church

Ed Minnich – Brentwood United Methodist Church

Deb Phillips – Brentwood United Methodist Church

Chris Provost – Brentwood United Methodist Church

Donald Reid – Brentwood United Methodist Church

Bryant Tirrill – First Presbyterian Church

Jeff Wilson – First Presbyterian Church

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