Sheila Elliott Stewart
Sheila was appointed Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of the Waynesburg branch of First National Bank of Pa in 1999. In her position, she is responsible for supervising branch operations, market & business development, and playing a leading role in the acquisition of loans and deposits for the Greene County Market. With over 27 years of banking experience, Sheila has served in various capacities in the banking industry.
She attended Waynesburg College, where she majored in Business. She is an active member and/or officer with the following organizations: Waynesburg Area Chamber of Commerce, Waynesburg Rotary Club, Greene County Industrial Development Inc. and Greene County Industrial Development Authority.
Sheila previously has served with the following organizations: Corner Cupboard Food Bank, Greene County Historical Society, King Coal Association, Carmichaels Area Chamber of Commerce and Waynesburg Central Boy’s Basketball Boosters. She can also be credited with helping to create 2 area organizations: Waynesburg High School Baseball Boosters in 1997 and Rain Day Scholarship, Inc. in 2002. Sheila is a current member of Waynesburg Bible Chapel having served many years as a Junior Church Teacher and Nursery Worker.
Sheila was recently married in September 2008,. She and her husband, Ray, reside in Waynesburg. Sheila has two children, J.P. and Kaylie Barger.
Daniel Church, MD
Daniel Church, MD was born October IS, 1971 in Waynesburg, PA. He completed high school at Waynesburg Central in 1990 and went on to graduate Summa Cum-Laude at West Virginia University with a degree in chem istry. From there he went into medical school at WVU, graduating in 1998.
Always knowing he wanted to enter the field of pediatrics, he completed his Pediatric Residency in June 2001 and then returned home to begin a Pediatric practice and has been practicing here ever since.
Dr. Church has a wife, Gina. and three children, Jack, Mia, and Mac. He is a board certified pediatrician on staff at Southwest Regional Medical Center and practices at Central Greene Pediatrics. 236 Elm Drive in Waynesburg.
John Rich Dorean is the pastor of the Jefferson Baptist Church where he has served for more than 26 years. He is the founder and President of the Board of Directors of Greene County Habitat for Humanity. He is the author of one book, The Kingdom Adventure, and numerous magazine and newspaper articles. In 1995 he was awarded the Rosa O. Hall Award by the American Baptist Churches, USA for outstanding leadership. He loves to read and is an avid sportsman, enjoying running, swimming, biking and rowing.
John grew up in Greene County, graduating from Waynesburg Central High School before attending Dickinson College where he graduated with a BA in religion in 1974. He met his wife, Merry, while serving at Koinonia Farm, a Christian community from which the Habitat ministry was born. John and Merry are the parents of four daughters, Emily Bonner of Norman, OK, Carrie Dorean of Washington, DC, Hannah Dorean of Buena Vista, CO and Bethany Dorean still at home in Jefferson. They have five delightful grand children.
Jay S. Hammers is owner of Rhodes and Hammers Printing in Waynesburg, having worked in the commercial printing industry in Waynesburg for 37 years, first at Sutton Printing Company, before opening his own business in 1987.
A resident of Washington, Pa., Jay grew up in Waynesburg and graduated from Waynesburg Central High School in 1972. He moved to Washington in 1980 the year he married his wife Darla. He has two stepchildren, Dr. Rob Daniels of Washington and Casie Trabucco of Houston, Pa., and two grandchildren, Logan and Lexi Daniels.
Jay is on the Board of Directors of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Greene County, he also is currently involved in many local organizations, The Waynesburg Rotary Club, Greene County Tourism Board, Southwest Regional Medical Center Board as well as having served on the Boards of the Waynesburg Area Chamber of Commerce, Waynesburg Prosperous and Beautiful and Vice Chairman of the Greene County Memorial Hospital Board.
Jay enjoys golf and spoiling the grandchildren.
Donald M. Headlee
Donald M. Headlee serves AG Financial Solutions (AGFS) in Springfield, MO as executive vice president of business development and investment solutions and chief business development officer. He oversees the asset gathering and investment activities of AGFS, which includes retirement planning and planned giving.
A graduate of Evangel University, Don previously served as vice president of First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Greene County (First Federal) headquartered in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. He began at First Federal in 1984 as a loan officer and was ultimately responsible for marketing, human resources and product development and implementation.
Don was actively involved in the Waynesburg community as chairman of the Greene County Memorial Hospital board, president of the Greene County Memorial Hospital Foundation and deacon and worship leader of First Assembly of God in Waynesburg.
John retired after thirty four (34) years of service with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. He started out in 1970 as a Highway Laborer and worked his way up to Equipment Operator then as a foreman. He then became the Roadway Programs Coordinator, prior to becoming the County Maintenance Manager.
He was on the Greene County Memorial Hospital board of trustees until the sale to Essent Health Care in 2005. He was then asked to serve on the Greene County Memorial Hospital Foundation board. He serves as a committee member on several county committees, two of which are the Greene County Planning Commission, and the Greene County Public Participation Panel for the Southwest Pennsylvania Commission, where he serves as chairman and deals with a variety of transportation issues.
John and his wife Shelda reside in Greensboro, PA.
Kirk A. King was born in Greene County Memorial Hospital in 1965. He is a graduate of Waynesburg Central High School, and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Waynesburg College in 1987. In 1991, Kirk received his Juris Doctorate degree from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Mr. King was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in December of 1991. Prior to returning to Greene County, he clerked for Judge Richard Lamb in the Circuit Court, Kalamazoo County, Michigan. He began practicing law with Floyd King and Bill Nalitz in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania in 1992, and practiced with the late William M. Baily for nearly ten years.
Kirk is married and has three children. In his spare time, he contributes to his community in a variety of ways. An avid sports fan, he coaches youth baseball and basketball. He also contributes financially to numerous sports and charitable organizations.
As a member of the Waynesburg First Church of the Nazarene, Kirk teaches the Children’s Church class.
Mr. King is the solicitor for Central Greene School District, Domestic Relations section of Greene County, First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Greene County, and several of the local municipalities. He was a member of the Greene County Planning Commission for eight years and is a member of the Waynesburg Area Chamber of Commerce. He is a past president of the Greene County Bar Association and currently serves on the United Way Board of Directors.
David is a former employee of Greene County Memorial Hospital (GCMH) who served as Director of Development and also as Director of the Wellness Center, overseeing all rehabilitation departments. He is a University of Pittsburgh graduate who received dual degrees in education and sports medicine. He has extensive healthcare experience acquired while employed at Akron General Medical Center in Akron, Ohio, as well as Jefferson Regional Medical Center in Pleasant Hills, Pa, prior to coming to GCMH in 1999.
David also has experience as a licensed financial consultant. His most recent position was in the wealth management division of TIAA CREF where he worked with more than five hundred affluent individuals in the greater Pittsburgh area.
David is thrilled to be back in Greene County and excited to be a part of the changes that are happening in the community. He resides in Upper St. Clair with his wife Holly, and children Megan and Christian.