January 5, 2009
MetroAtlanta Ambulance’s Devan Seabaugh to serve as Chairman of the Board for MUST Ministries.
Devan Seabaugh, Vice President of MetroAtlanta Ambulance will assume the role of Chairman of the Board for MUST Ministries, a local faith-based organization, which for thirty-seven years has been dedicated to providing services to people and families in crisis. Seabaugh stated, “ MUST is a place where one’s faith can be put into action by addressing the basic needs of individuals, families and children in Cobb and Cherokee Counties. When the economy is in the shape it is, our community needs the services of MUST now more than ever and it’s humbling to see the continued outpouring of financial support from the members of this community to help those in need. Every person has something to contribute whether it’s their time, talent or treasure and in doing so they have a tremendous impact on the life of a neighbor in need. It’s an exciting time for MUST Ministries and I’m happy to be a part of it.”
Joining Seabaugh on the board are local business executives Nancy Blythe, Jane Bunn, Sherry King, Alan Lee, Kim Gresh, Brian Henderson, Tom Hill, Charlie Chestnut, Jim Nixon, Don Hausfield, Dee Little, Adam Ogburn, Denise O’Connell, Tom Clarke, Andrew Riddle, Judge Kelli Wolk, Jean Simmons, Earl Stine, Patricia-Jimenez-Ronka, Shane Mayes, Superior Court Judge Tain Kell, and Dr. Paul Lopez.