Wor-Wic Foundation Welcomes New Members
April 23, 2013

The Wor-Wic Community College Foundation recently welcomed William Cathell of Berlin, J. Stacey Hart of Snow Hill, and Loudell Insley, John Kilian and Beth Reid of Salisbury as new members of the board of directors.

Cathell is an associate with the law firm of Williams, Moore, Shockley and Harrison in Ocean City. He is president of the Worcester County Bar Association and a member of the board of the Ocean Pines Chamber of Commerce. Cathell received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland College Park (UMCP) and his juris doctorate from the University of Baltimore. He and his wife, Emily, have a two-year old daughter, Caroline.

Hart is a self-employed engineer with JSH in Snow Hill. She is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Friends of Recreation and Parks. She is a former member of the Salisbury Jaycees, Salisbury Rotary Club and the Salisbury Marina Commission. Hart received her bachelor’s degree from UMCP and her master’s degree from Wilmington University in New Castle, Del. She and her husband, Rob, live in Snow Hill.

Insley is a realtor with Long and Foster in Salisbury. She is a member of the board of the John B. Parsons Foundation. She has served on the board of directors of the Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County and the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce. She is a former president of the Friends of Coastal Hospice and has chaired the chamber’s beautification committee for 15 years. Insley received her bachelor’s degree from UMCP.

Kilian is a certified financial planner and first vice president of wealth management at Merrill Lynch in Salisbury. He is a member of the Green Hill Yacht and Country Club, the Knights of Columbus, the board of advisors of the Salisbury Symphony and the board of directors of the Mid-Delmarva Family YMCA. Kilian received his bachelor’s degree from Towson University in Baltimore and his master’s degree from the College for Financial Planning in Greenwood Village, Colo. He and his wife, Phyllis, have two grown sons.

Reid is the clinical manager of the neuroscience division at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. She is a member of the Elks Lodge No. 817 in Salisbury, and the Schumaker Manor Home Owners Association. Reid received her associate degree in nursing from Wor-Wic and her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Wilmington University, where she is currently working on earning master’s degrees in nursing and business management.