At its May, 2015 board meeting, Lower Shore Enterprises elected new officers and added three new directors to its board.
Michele Thomas, Vice President of Business Development at the Bank of Delmarva , was elected as Lower Shore Enterprises new Chairman, along with Bevereley Stoakley, as Vice Chairman, Renee Smith as Secretary and Ken Smith as Treasurer.
Mrs. Thomas has served on the board at LSE for many years in several capacities and has volunteered on numerous non-profit boards in the community including the Salisbury University Foundation, and Junior Achievement. She resides in Salisbury with her husband Ed and has two adult children.
At the same meeting the board elected three new board members. Jack Heath, retired CEO of Lower Shore Enterprises, currently is a mem ber of the Salisbury City Council and lives in Salisbury with his wife Linda. Brad Gillis, senior advisor and CCIM at Sperry Van Ness Commercial Real Estate is also a principal with DEVRECO a local real estate development company. Brad has served on numerous local non-profit boards and is a past President of the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce. He lives in Salisbury with his wife Kim. Julie Schneider is the owner operator of a massage therapy practice in Salisbury for the past 17 years. She is an avid volunteer for several nonprofit organizations as well as board member of West Side Little League for 2 years. Julie lives in Salisbury with her 3 sons Parker, Zach and Ethan