David L. Stone Jr. is the founder and president of Solid Stone Fabrics. David is a native of Martinsville and is a 1982 graduate of Randolph-Macon College with a BA in Political Science.
David brings a wealth of experience to the Harvest Foundation Board, having worked in numerous management positions with large and small companies in building management teams and preparing them for accelerated growth. He has also served on the Chamber of Commerce Board, the Piedmont Arts Association Board, the Virginia Museum of Natural History board, and the West Piedmont Workforce Investment Board. He has a genuine interest in seeing our local economy rebound and is an ardent supporter of our local schools and students.
"I am proud to serve The Harvest Foundation, and I look forward to partnering with the Foundation to improve the quality of life in Martinsville/Henry County," said David. David enjoys spending time with his family and also enjoys running, swimming, and cycling.
Monica T. Monday is the managing partner of the Roanoke law firm, Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore, LLP, where she heads the firm's Appellate practice group. She currently chairs the Appellate Practice Committee of the Virginia State Bar Litigation Section, and serves on the Fourth Circuit Rules Advisory Committee and the Virginia Bar Association's Appellate Practice Section Council. Monday is a graduate of the College of William & Mary and the Marshall-Wythe School of Law. She lives in Martinsville and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Virginia Museum of Natural History and the Martinsville Garden Club.
William L. "Bill" Kirby, IV currently serves as Market President of the Southside Region of American National Bank & Trust. Kirby is a graduate of Emory & Henry College and Drake University School of Law. He was born and raised in Martinsville and currently serves on the boards of the Smith River Sports Complex, Patrick Henry Community College Foundation, Smart Beginnings, and ART at the Rives.
Danny Wulff serves as the owner/operator of Chick-fil-A of Martinsville. Wulff moved to Martinsville in 2009 with his wife. He said he hopes to bring a different perspective to the Harvest Foundation Board of Directors.
Wulff has spoken to numerous professional and school groups in the area about business and leadership, received the Martinsville Police Department Outstanding Citizen of the Year Award in 2013, received the 2012 Small Business of the Year Award in Service by the Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce, and he also serves on the board of directors for Piedmont Arts.
Wulff and his wife have three children and reside in Martinsville.
Dr. Valenica Eggleston-Clark is a proud Martinsville-Henry County native and works as a family medicine physician at Carilion Clinic in Martinsville. She said she will bring her compassion, work ethic, educational and professional experience to the Harvest Board of Directors.
She completed her undergraduate work at Duke University, graduated from the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University, and completed her residency at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital. Dr. Eggleston-Clark participates in many community service projects through her church, Christ’s Temple United Holy Church in Axton, she’s volunteered for Southside Community Action and the Pregnancy Care Center. She lives in Danville with her husband, Mark, and their son, Lyndon.
Dr. John "Pat" Favero is a doctor and owner of Martinsville Family Medicine. He said he is very pleased to be part of an organization that will have a lasting impact on the community.
He is a member of the Medical Society of Virginia. He received his doctorate from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency at Lynchburg Family Medicine. He volunteers as an athletic team physician at Magna Vista High School and enjoys fishing, skiing, snowboarding, and sports.
Hodge is retired, having served as an elementary music teacher at Henry County Public Schools for 30 years. She said she would like to help and contribute to the economical, educational and cultural growth of our community by helping to advance the mission of The Harvest Foundation
Hodge is the music coordinator at Moral Hill Missionary Baptist Church. After retiring from Henry County Public Schools, she served as an elementary music teacher at Rockingham County Public Schools for 10 years. She currently serves as a substitute teacher in Henry County. Hodge attended Concord University and the University of Virginia. She is a member and officer in the local Alpha Kappa Alpha chapter and resides in Axton. She has one daughter who lives in Martinsville.
Perry most recently served as president and chief executive of First State Bank in Danville, Virginia until 2015. He’s also served as president of Imperial Savings and Loan Association in Martinsville and assistant vice-president of First Union National Bank in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
In addition, Perry’s volunteer service includes serving as past chairman of the Danville-Pittsylvania County Chamber of Commerce, former trustee for the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research, a member of the Patient Advisory Council at Danville Regional Medical Center, and president/board member of the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program in Danville.
Perry resides in Martinsville with his wife, Pel. He is a member of Grace Presbyterian Church.
Prillaman grew up in Martinsville and recently moved back to town after a 36-year career at Ernst & Young LLP. He said he sees a very bright future for Martinsville and Henry County, and his goal is to bring his experiences to help the foundation successfully pursue its mission by addressing the more critical needs, but also investing in future opportunities.
Prillaman attended Martinsville High School and Patrick Henry Community College. He recently invested in renovating the Holt Building in Uptown Martinsville.
Prillaman retired from Ernst & Young LLP in 2017 with 24 years of audit and 12 years of consulting experience. He attended Virginia Commonwealth University and the Executive Program at Northwestern University. He’s served as a leadership participant at the United Way and a deacon and class director at Second Baptist Church in Houston, TX. He currently serves as a board member for Move to Martinsville. He and his wife Linda reside in Martinsville, and they currently operate a 235-acre cattle farm with 75 grass-fed black Angus cattle. They have three children.
James "Jim" Tobin, a native of Pittsburgh, Pa., moved to Martinsville in 1974 with his wife and two children. He retired from Piedmont Community Services in 2016 as the organization’s executive director after being there for 26 years. With his background in mental health and working with people who have major obstacles in their lives, Tobin said he always thought he saw himself as a community organizer. He said he’d like to figure how to help people in the community who have major obstacles in their lives, and build the “next generation community.”
Tobin received a bachelor’s degree from St. Vincent College, a master’s degree from Temple University, a master’s degree from Radford University, and completed doctoral work at Temple University. He serves on the advisory board of Smart Beginnings of Martinsville & Henry County and on the Board of Directors for United Way of Henry County & Martinsville. He lives in Martinsville with his wife, Theresa.
Van Dyke serves as chief executive officer and director of Carter Bank & Trust. He said being asked to contribute to the very important task of stewardship for these funds is an honor that he does not take lightly.
Van Dyke served as executive vice president of Carter Bank & Trust before taking on his current role of CEO and director. He has more than 25 years of experience as a senior banking executive and strategic advisor. He has served as a director of the Virginia Association of Community Banks, is currently a director of Banker’s Insurance LLC, and he’s served as a board member at various nonprofit organizations over the years including the United Way and Chamber of Commerce. Van Dyke is a graduate of Hampden-Sydney, Stonier Graduate School of Banking and the VBA School of Bank Management. He and his wife Jackie reside in Martinsville. They have four sons.
Rev. Charles Whitfield is president and owner of Charis Enterprises LLC. He said he's honored to accept service on the board to be part of making a true impact in the community for years to come.
He currently serves as president for the Virginia Baptist State Convention and is senior pastor at First Baptist Church in Martinsville. He received a master of arts in human services and counseling from Liberty University and his master of divinity from the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University. He serves as a board member for Community Recovery Program and the Martinsville-Henry County Chamber of Commerce.