Callaway County United Way adds new board members

Mather, Frazee and Mobley Join UW Board

Three new members have joined the Callaway County United Way Board of Directors; Sharon Mather, Michelle Frazee and Julie Mobley.

Sharon Mather is employed at William Woods University. She is married with 3 sons, 1 daughter-in-law and almost 5 grandchildren (one is due at the end of March). “I believe strongly in the mission of the United Way,” said Mather, “and have, in fact, been a life-long supporter, giving out of my paycheck every month since my very first job. I appreciate this opportunity and look forward to serving my community as a member of the board.

Michelle Frazee is the HR Director for the City of Fulton. She is married and has two sons. When asked why she joined the board, Frazee replied, “To better the community where I reside with my family and to reflect positively on the City of Fulton. Both the City of Fulton and the United Way envision a world where individuals achieve their full potential through education, financial stability and healthy lives.”

Julie Mobley is a Mortgage Loan Officer at Bank Star One and lives in Callaway County with her husband and 2 daughters. “I have always supported the United Way by donating, but now look forward to being more involved to help benefit the programs the United Way supports.”

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