United Way adds 3 to its board roster

| November 2, 2021

The United Way of Coshocton is adding to its board roster by bringing on three new members.

Jed McCoy is the business administrator for Coshocton County JFS and has been employed there for more than 14 years. McCoy graduated from MVNU with a BBA in 2006. He earned the Employee of the Year award in 2013. He has also earned his SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management) CP certification and has been a member since 2014. As a volunteer, McCoy has served on the JFSHRA (Human Resource Association) board for the past five years as treasurer, he was a former baseball coach for Conesville Rec and board member for the Rec. McCoy has assisted with the United Way campaigns for JFS in the past and hopes to learn how far reaching the United Way programs go to helping Coshocton County. In his spare time, McCoy likes spending time with his family and friends, hunting, fishing, hiking, attending OSU games, and bowling.

Casey Brown has also been voted onto the board of control. She has worked for the Roscoe Foundation for seven years and was recently hired as the assistant director. Brown is a member of Coshocton Rotary and will serve on that board in 2022. She is a member of the Canal Court and earned the Young Professional of the Year award. She has also volunteered as a coach for Canal Lewisville Rec for more than five years and desires to help build a better community for her children. Brown and her husband have two children. In her spare time, Brown likes to watch her daughter play softball, spend time with her family and participates in traditional archery.

Bobbi Parks has recently been hired as the director of operations for Annin Flagmakers. She has been employed there for 10 years serving mostly in the human resource department. Parks served several years on the board for the River View Park and continues to volunteer at fundraising events for the park. For many years, she also ran the United Way campaign at Annin and even kissed a piglet to help raise funds. In her spare time, Parks likes to spend time with her granddaughter and garden.

The United Way board is a volunteer board working to understand and meet the needs of Coshocton through its partnerships with other non-profits. It has been serving Coshocton County for over 80 years.

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