Lari Caldwell is a retired Licensed Social Worker Certified and worked as a Probation Officer, Family Counselor, Mental Health Clinician and Supervisor of Adult Services with the Caroline County Department of Social Services. She is currently Vice-President of Care and Share, an organization that raises money for vulnerable adults and children who do not qualify for other forms of assistance. She serves on the Londonderry on the Tred Avon Board of Directors as well as on the board of the Friends of the Dorchester County Library. She is also active with the Skipjack Nathan of Dorchester and the Dorchester County Adult Public Guardianship Review Board. In her free time she enjoys knitting, sailing, traveling, yoga and spending time with her grandchildren.
Ken Sadler was the CEO of the Sadler Agency with Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance where he achieved the Chartered Life Underwriter Designation and was a member of the Million Dollar Round Table. He is also a veteran of the United States Navy Reserves where he rose to the rank of Lieutenant and served on a heavy cruiser. Mr. Sadler enjoys being on the water and is Captain of the SV Audacious and the historic Oxford Bellevue Ferry. He also volunteers his time as a Caring Clown playing the role of, “Dr. Goodwrench.” When not volunteering he spends time in his pottery studio.
For more than thirty years, Mr. Hollis has been a dedicated public servant on the Eastern Shore. He is the current Talbot County Manager and is a past Town Manager of St. Michaels and member of the Talbot County Council. He is a member of the International City and County Managers Association and has sat on the Talbot County Planning Commission, Housing Advisory Board and Public School Ethics Panel. Mr. Hollis is a 2007 graduate of Shore Leadership and a member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Mr. Hollis enjoys spending time with family, especially his grandchildren, and enjoying the beach.
Susan Andrews moved to Londonderry in 2016 following her career as an educator in an area north of Los Angeles, California. She was a United States History Teacher and taught students of all ages and ability levels. She was inducted into the Ventura County Educators’ Hall of Fame and was also named the Dona of the City of Camarillo for her contributions to her hometown. She was an active volunteer with her church and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.
Susan is an active member of the Londonderry community. She is a member of the Londonderry Activities Advisory Group and the Jammers. Susan also helps with Londonderry’s holiday decorations and the community’s tree with the Festival of Trees. She is a member of Christ Church – St. Michaels where she is a Eucharistic Minister, Docent and Reader.
Susan enjoys reading, walking and most of all family life with her husband, Chuck, and their two sons, daughters-in-law and three grandchildren.
Pat Lewers is the current President of the Londonderry Board of Directors. This is her second three-year term on the Board. A native Washingtonian, Lewers is a graduate of the University of Maryland and taught fourth grade in Baltimore before raising her family full-time. Mrs. Lewers is an active member of the Mid-Shore community and has volunteered with the Easton Memorial Hospital, Talbot County Garden Club, Talbot County Historical Society and St. Mark’s United Methodist Church. She is currently volunteering with organizations that support individuals with Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia. Mrs. Lewers enjoys playing golf, gardening needlepoint and spending time with family.
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