Three board members added to United Way

| February 3, 2014

COSHOCTON – The Board of Control for the United Way of Coshocton County is very pleased to announce that it has brought on three new board members this month. Tom Heading, Emily Adams and John Larson are all able to serve two consecutive three-year terms as a board member of the United Way.

Tom Heading is a Production Support Chemist for Organic Technologies and has worked there for two and a half years. Heading volunteers as a Troup leader for the Boy Scouts of America and has earned his Eagle Scout. He is also an OHSAA Soccer referee, a graduate of the Tree Commission Academy, works with the Financial Peace University, is a member of the Presbyterian Church and is a Euphonium player. Tom enjoys reading, cooking, camping and hiking and computers.  He and his wife Caroline have two children, Jacob, 14 and Sarah, 12.

John Larson is the owner of Warehouse Steak and Stein as well as Oscar Rose restaurants. For 31 years, Larson was in education as a teacher, principal and superintendent. He was a consultant for the Ohio Department of Education for six years as well.

Larson has been a volunteer for Christ’s Table in Zanesville where he served not only as a volunteer but a board member and treasurer. He has also volunteered with the Red Cross. Before work became his main hobby, he enjoyed running, skiing and racquetball. Larson has one son, one daughter and four wonderful grandchildren.

Emily Adams is the director of the Ohio State Extension Office since May of 2012. Adams and her husband Ryan own Adams Family concessions and enjoy attending festivals. They have two children, Nathan age six and Julia age four.  They attend Keene United Methodist church where Adams enjoys being a table parent with the God’s Kids program.

The board of the United Way of Coshocton County is thrilled to welcome its newest board members.

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