Jason Good is a graduate from Middle Tennessee State University. He holds a degree in Business Finance with a minor in psychology. Since 2010 he has worked as a financial advisor and runs the Edward Jones Investments branch in Jefferson City. Jason is a member of the Jefferson City Rotary Club and enjoys helping with the Boys and Girls Club of Dumplin Valley as well. Jason and his wife Kathryn attend Bearden United Methodist Church in Knoxville, TN where they reside.
Erin Farris is a Senior Account Executive for the Summit Media Group in Knoxville, Tennessee. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee with a degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Journalism and Electronic Media. Erin has been with the Summit Media Group (formerly the E.W. Scripps Company) since 2010, and has a marketing and promotions background. Erin and her husband Jason attend Sevier Heights Baptist Church in Knoxville. In addition to Renovatus, they have a passion for animal rescue and have a beagle mix named Ozzie.
Dr. Kevin Cline is a native of New Market, Tennessee. He receives a B.A. from Carson Newman University in 2009, MEd in curriculum and instruction in 2012, and a EdD in Instructional Leadership in 2017. Dr. Cline has also completed leadership training programs in instructional technology through the Niswonger Foundation and North Carolina State University. In addition, Dr. Cline most recently completed leadership training through the Governor’s Academy of School Leadership at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Cline is a frequent speaker for educational conferences and higher education institutions throughout the region.
Dr. Cline is an assistant principal at Jefferson County High School. He has served Jefferson County Schools as an administrator and teacher in spanning K-12. Currently, Dr. Cline serves on the Governor’s Assessment Task Force for the Tennessee Department of Education.
Dr. Cline is a member and deacon at Manley Baptist Church in Morristown, Tennessee. He is happily married to Mandy, and has two sons, Brody and Rex.
Tim is the current president of First Tennessee Bank located in Morristown TN. His main focuses are on providing commercial credit facilities and treasury solutions for middle market companies. Tim is a certified public accountant and holds degrees from the University of Tennessee, Vanderbilt, and the University of North Carolina. Tim volunteers his time with various other organizations such as United Way, Kingswood Home for the Children, Carson Newman University, and Renovatus.
Dr. Walt Stinson is a dentist in Morristown, Tennessee. Following his undergraduate degree at Tennessee Tech University, he attended the University Of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, where he achieved his Doctorate in Dental Surgery and was the recipient of the Southeast Academy of Prosthodontics Award for Clinical Excellence. Six months later in 2013, he opened Morristown Family Dentistry where he provides general dentistry to people of all ages.
Along with Renovatus, Walt serves on the board and volunteers at First Love on Main, a free medical/dental clinic serving the needs of those in Hamblen County.
Walt and his wife, Laura, have two beautiful girls, Mabyn and Bristol. They reside on their 260 acre farm in Jefferson City, raising Angus cattle along with hosting wedding and corporate events at their venue, The Carriage House of Dumplin Valley. They attend True Life Church in Jefferson City.
Britt is the son of James and Agnes Farrar and is co-owner of Farrar Funeral Home, where he is continuing his grandfather’s organization. He is a graduate of Carson Newman University and the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. He is safety officer of the New Market Volunteer Fire Department and attends First United Methodist Church of Jefferson City. Britt and his wife Stacey have five children, Tyler, Taylor, Gage, Ashleigh an Abby.
Jonathon Mixon is a native of Grainger County, Tennessee. He received his M.S. in Plant Pathology from the University of Tennessee. He currently is employed at Mossy Creek Farms in Jefferson City where he serves as farm manager. Additionally, Jonathon works alongside his parents on their vegetable farm located in Grainger County, TN. He is a member of and serves as an Elder of Providence Church in Jefferson City, TN. Jonathon, his wife Hannah, and their daughter Maggie reside in Jefferson City.
Rebecca V. Lee
Rebecca Vance Lee serves as an Assistant Public Defender for the State of Tennessee Fourth Judicial District, representing indigent clients facing criminal charges. Prior to joining the Public Defender's Office, she worked as a judicial clerk for the then Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court, Gary R. Wade. Rebecca also serves on the Fourth Judicial District Drug Recovery Court team and provides assistance to Empower Cocke County. She attends Crossroads Community Church in Newport.
Cory has been serving as Associate Pastor of Spiritual Growth and Missions at First Baptist Church, Dandridge since August of 2008. Cory holds a Bachelor of Arts in Church Recreation from Carson-Newman University and a Master of Arts in Christian Education from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Cory is a member of the Dandridge Ministerial Association and the Tennessee Baptist Religious Educators Association. He is also a board member of Appalachian Outreach and the Dandridge Christian Learning Center. Cory is married to his wife Courtney who is a Kindergarten teacher at Mt Horeb Elementary School. Cory has four children Ansley, Lila, Judson, and Maeve.
Dale C. Allen
Mr. Allen is a member of the Knoxville Law firm of Woolf McClane with offices in Knoxville, Sevierville, and Morristown. He is a native of White Pine, Tennessee. He received a B.A. from Emory University in 1969, a J.D. from The University of Tennessee in 1974, and an LL.M. with emphasis in taxation from Georgetown University in 1979. His academic honors include Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and Order of the Coif. Prior to law school, Mr. Allen served as an infantry lieutenant with the United States Army Special Forces from 1969 to 1972. Between 1975 and 1979, he was employed by Chief Counsel's Office of the IRS in Washington, D.C., and by the IRS Regional Counsel's Office for the District of Columbia. He is a member of the American and Tennessee Bar Associations, the Knoxville Estate Planning Council, and has served as Adjunct Professor of Law at The University of Tennessee College of Law in the Representing Enterprises series sponsored by the College. Mr. Allen is a frequent seminar speaker for the Robert Thomas Foundation in Sevier County and for the local CPA Society. Mr. Allen is a member of White Pine Methodist Church in White Pine, Tennessee.
Mr. Allen has been happily married to Carolyn Scott Allen for forty nine years. They have two sons, Brian and Adam, and two wonderful daughters-in-law, Sara and Ali. They have four grandchildren, Dylan, Jacob, Ayla, and Molly Carmen.