Board of Education
Trenton Special School District's Board of Trustees: First row: Dr. Mark Harper - Chair, Justin Weaver, Clint Hickerson. Second row: Director Tim Haney, Dee Ann McEwen, and Doug Smith.
- Fall District Meeting, 2018
TSSD and Peabody High School hosted the 2018 TSBA Fall Regional Meeting. TSSD's Board had perfect attendance for the event. Pictured are Justin Weaver, Clint Hickerson, Dee Ann McEwen, Doug Smith, and Dr. Mark Harper.
Thanks to two service clubs at Peabody, the Student Council and Peabody Serves, for working the TSBA Fall District Meeting, held at Peabody High School, on September 18.
Dee Ann McEwen Gallery
Clint Hickerson Gallery
Justin Weaver Gallery
I grew up in Selmer, TN and graduated from McNairy Central High School in 2001. I realized during my senior year that attending college right after high school was not the best next step for me. I attended a lineman training program that was co-taught by Southwest Tennessee Community College and Memphis Light Gas and Water. I moved to Gibson County in 2003 when I became employed by Gibson Electric Membership Corporation and I have been proud to call this area my home ever since. I decided to continue my education in 2012 and I am currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree as a part time student at the University of Tennessee at Martin.
I married Kelly (Williford) in 2006. Kelly is a pharmacist/owner of Duncan’s Pharmacy with stores located in Trenton and Dyer. She is a 1997 graduate of Peabody High School, so it was important to us that our children, Bennett c/o 2028 and Ansleigh c/o 2031, attend Trenton Special School District. Our family attends First Presbyterian Church in Trenton where we are actively involved. I have served as a deacon, elder, and as a volunteer youth leader. I have also been involved with many youth activities in Trenton including YMCA sports, Cal Ripken Baseball, Babe Ruth Softball, Peabody flag football, and Cub Scouts Pack 47.
I believe as a district our job is to make sure every child is as prepared as possible for the next opportunity, whether their next step is a four-year university, community college, trade school, military, or straight into the workforce holding a certificate. There are also many extracurricular opportunities through the arts, athletics, clubs and S.T.E.M. for the students of the district to grow into adults. The citizens in and around Trenton take great pride in their school system and are always there to support it at every level.
Field Engineer Team Leader-Gibson EMC, Trenton, TN▪ August 2017– Present
Field Engineer-Gibson EMC, Trenton, TN▪ February 2013– August 2017
First Class Lineworker–Gibson EMC, Trenton, TN▪ August 2007– February 2013
Apprentice Lineworker-Gibson EMC, Trenton, TN▪ February 2003– August 2007
B.S.B.A. ▪ University of Tennessee at Martin ▪ Martin, TN ▪ 2015-Present
Dyersburg State Community College Trenton Campus ▪ Trenton, TN ▪ 2012-2015
Certified Power Technology ▪ T.V.P.P.A. ▪ Chattanooga, TN ▪ 2016
Certified Line Design and Staking ▪ T.V.P.P.A. ▪ Chattanooga, TN ▪ 2014
Certified First Class Lineworker ▪ T.V.P.P.A. ▪ Chattanooga, TN ▪ 2007
Diploma ▪ McNairy Central High School ▪ Selmer, TN ▪ 2001
I was elected to the Trenton Special School District in August 2017. It’s an honor for me to be able to serve this community as a school board member. Trenton Special School District is doing a lot of great things and there is much more to come.
I was born and raised in Trenton, and I’m a 1996 graduate of Peabody High School. I attended Middle Tennessee State Universtiy, where I received my degree in Psychology and Health Care Administration.
I’m currently a licensed nursing home administrator.
I’m married to Nichi Hickerson, a reading specialist for the Bradford Special District. We have 3 children: Lexi (14), Colin (13), and Taylor (10). I’m a volunteer football coach for the TRMS 5th and 6th grade team.
I am a school board member for Trenton Special School District. This is my fifth year serving on the board. My father, Howard Bunch was actually a school board member while I was growing up in Trenton. Trenton Special School district is a great educational institution. It is an honor and a privilege for me to be serving such a great asset to our community.
I was born and raised in Trenton.
Family: Husband, Keith McEwen, married for 26 years. Keith is a UPS driver and been with the company for 30 years. Son, Grant McEwen, is a 2015 graduate of Peabody High School and is a senior at University of Tennessee at Martin. He is pursuing his BS degree in Agricultural Business.
Education: Peabody High School: Class of 1987 University of Memphis: B.S. in Communication/Public Relations, 1991
Work Experience: 27 years of banking experience 19 years with Bank of Trenton and Trust/Regions Bank, Trenton, TN and Rutherford, TN 8 years with First State Bank/Simmons Bank, Humboldt, TN Since 2010 I have been a Community Banker, specializing in Commercial, Agricultural and mortgage lending needs.
Phone: 855-1191 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org