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Administrative Team


B.A., Princeton University
M.A., University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D., Princeton University

Dr. Work came to Grymes as Head of School in 2005. Before becoming head, she taught for eighteen years at the National Cathedral School in Washington, DC where she chaired the history department, taught Medieval History to the seventh grade, World History to the ninth grade, and chaired the curriculum committee. At Grymes, she has focused on curriculum development and on developing and implementing a strategic plan. She has participated actively in the Virginia Association of Independent Schools, especially on school accreditation teams. Dr. Work holds a PhD in Romance Languages and Literature.

A native Washingtonian, Dr. Work is also an alumna of the National Cathedral School where she has been involved in a variety of alumni activities in addition to teaching. She has enhanced her teaching experience with many professional development opportunities, including extensive travel around the world. Prior to her work at the National Cathedral School, Dr. Work served as an Adjunct Professor of French and an Admissions Counselor at Mount Vernon College in Washington, DC and an Adjunct Lecturer in French at The American University, also in Washington. Dr. Work is fluent in French and has an excellent reading knowledge of several Romance languages. Dr. Work’s publications include “The Old Provencal Song of Saint Fides: An Experiment in Vernacular Eloquence,” in Romance Philology, February 1983 and “Flamenca” Dictionary of the Middle Ages, Charles Scribner & Sons, 1982.

Dr. Work is married to Peter Work, a lawyer, and has two children, Kelly, a graduate of Colgate University, and Harlan, a graduate of Cornell University. She enjoys a variety of activities including reading, biking, travel, tennis, gardening, cooking and playing with her two grandchildren.

B.S., James Madison University
M.A., George Mason University

Tamie Campbell has been fortunate to have lived in a variety of places as she grew up. Born in Farmington, New Mexico, her father was stationed at Chaco Canyon National Park. From there, she lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arlington, Virginia, and high school years were in Luray, Virginia.

After high school she received her Bachelor of Science at James Madison University with a major in political science and a minor in paralegal studies. After various jobs in radio advertising and retail, she stayed home with her two children, Kelly and Casey, then began substitute teaching in Orange County, and truly loved teaching. When her daughter entered kindergarten, she entered the education field full time at Prospect Heights Middle School, where she taught numerous curricula over a ten year period, and received her Masters in Education from George Mason University. In 2005 she moved next door to Madison County, again teaching a variety of courses, including middle school civics, and at MCHS, Blue Ridge Virtual Governor’s School world history, as well as a Geographic Information Systems class. In 2014, she joined Grymes Memorial School as the Assistant Head of School, looking to start a new chapter in her life, as her daughter got married, and son joined the United States Navy. Tamie was drawn to the unique culture at Grymes, as well the fabulous teachers and families she knew from her time in both Orange and Madison.

She currently lives in Madison with her husband Tom. She enjoys gardening, reading, and exercising.


Piedmont Virginia Community College
Germanna Community College
Kim’s love of Grymes started as the mom of a 3 year old in Junior Kindergarten.  She came to help out in the front office for a brief six week period that has lasted almost 15 years. She is a native of Orange County and loves living where she grew up. Kim worked at a bank and for many years at State Farm Insurance in Charlottesville, VA, before becoming a stay-at-home mom to Emily ’13 who is now a high school senior.  Kim and Emily still spend much time together at Grymes as Emily is now interning in the JrK classroom.
Kim says she enjoys working in the business office because she gets to enjoy all aspects of Grymes: the faculty, the parents, the board of trustees, and especially the children. In her spare time she enjoys reading, quilting, and spending time with her family and friends.


B.A., Duke University
Hope’s appreciation for the independent school world began as a young child. Growing up in Newport, Rhode Island, Hope attended St. Michael’s Country Day School as a “lifer” and still keeps a close connection to her beloved teachers and classmates. Hope graduated cum laude from Groton School, and then received her BA in Political Science and Art History from Duke University.

Hope served for two years on Grymes Memorial School’s Board of Trustees before joining the administrative staff at the helm of the new Advancement Department in 2015. She lives in Rapidan with her husband Matt and three children, Sophie ’21, Liam ’25 and Griffin ’28. Hope enjoys spending time with her family, reading, hiking, running and managing her husband’s ambitious home DIY construction projects in her spare time.


B.A., Miami University, Ohio
M.A. Longwood University
Melissa lives at Woodberry Forest.


B.S., University of Virginia
Jill fell in love with technology at the tender age of seven and hasn’t stopped clicking since.  Initially a pre-med student, it as not until her college roommates pointed out her ability to resolve problems with the printers in the dorm computer lab that she finally realized the direction she wanted to take in life.

Jill is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce, with a dual concentration in Management information Systems and Marketing.  She has experience in web development and seven years experience as a Software Engineer with Verizon Communications.  She has worked in all phases of the systems development life cycle.

After leaving Verizon in 2004, Jill shifted her career path towards Educational Technology. She holds a State of Virginia Teaching License with an endorsement in K-8 Computer Technology and has worked in the Orange County Public Schools as a Technical Support Specialist, Technology Teacher and an Instructional Technology Resource Teacher. She has been judging the SIIA CODIE Awards annually since 2005 and has been featured in eSchoolNews discussing her role in the co-creation of a successful incentive-based etcher technology training program.

Jill lives in Somerset with her husband Haywood, a Grymes teacher, and two children Sierra ‘13 and Parker ‘21. 

Lower School Teachers


B.A., Baylor University
M.A. University of Arkansas

Kimber Keating is a Woodberry Forest resident and mother of three Grymes students, Maddy ‘16, Alexa ‘18 and Caroline ‘20.  She is a product of private school education, having attended Pulaski Academy in Arkansas, where her mother was a teacher. Kimber graduated from Baylor University in 1996 and completed a Master’s program from the University of Arkansas in 1997.  As an undergraduate at Baylor, she worked at the Methodist Home for Children Day Treatment Center in Waco Texas. After receiving her MA from UA, she accepted a position as housemother at St. Thomas Choir School in New York, supervising and caring for fifth through eighth grade boys. During this time, she met Matthew Keating, a math teacher, got married and moved to Woodberry Forest School, where he continued his career as a math instructor in 2000 and Kimber worked as the registrar.

After joining the staff at Madison Christian School, Kimber homeschooled her children and in 2009, the family made the decision to send their girls to Grymes.  Kimber became active in the Grymes community and joined the Grymes faculty in 2010, working in the Development Office where she gained experience in fundraising and implementing the school’s newly purchased database, Veracross.  In 2011, Kimber took over the position as the school’s receptionist. Her friendly demeanor, willingness to help in any situation, and knowledge of “all things Grymes” was invaluable to the school community. Kimber now serves as the Junior Kindergarten teacher.

When Kimber is not at Grymes, she is driving the girls to dancing or gymnastics. Kimber and her family love to ride bikes, hike the extensive Woodberry trails and enjoy Friday night movie nights in their basement.


BA, Warren Wilson College

Laura Gay was raised in Albemarle County, Virginia.  She graduated from Warren Wilson College with a degree in Latin American Studies in 2003.  She also completed a double minor in Spanish and Outdoor Leadership.  After marrying Colin Gay, Grymes class of ’89, she and her family moved to Woodberry Forest in ’09.  She is the mother of two Grymes students, Spencer ‘23 and Elizabeth ’26.


BS., Old Dominion University
M.A., University of Virginia
Carolyn Herndon grew up in Orange and is a graduate of Orange County High School.  She graduated cum laude from Old Dominion University with a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education.  Carolyn earned a masters degree in reading from the University of Virginia.  She taught 34 years in the Orange County Public School System.  Carolyn’s experience includes 32 years teaching Kindergarten one year in first grade and one year as Peer Coach working with all students and faculty at Orange Elementary School.  Carolyn has served as grade level chairman, represented Kindergarten at the state and county level, worked on textbook adoptions and supervised student teachers.

Carolyn lives in Orange and is married to her high school sweetheart, Mark. They have a daughter, Sarah Herndon Sydnor and son-in-law, Raphael Sydnor, three grandchildren, Sophia ’23, Henry ’25 and Everette. Carolyn enjoys spending time with her family, reading, knitting and flying with Mark in their airplane.


B.A., Mary Washington College
M. Ed., University of Virginia
Amy is a resident of Madison County. She grew up in Madison and attended the Madison County Public Schools. Amy graduated summa cum laude with a BA from Mary Washington College in Music with elementary education endorsements. In 1995, she received a Masters Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Virginia. She holds a Commonwealth of Virginia Postgraduate Professional Teaching License in Early Education NK-4.

Amy taught first grade at Madison Primary School for twelve years. She has been part of the Grymes Memorial School family since 1999, when her older son Stephen ‘08 entered Kindergarten here. In 2005, she began teaching at Grymes when her younger son Matthew ‘14 began Kindergarten here. Both of her sons are Grymes graduates and were well prepared for high school.

Amy chose Grymes for her children and herself because of the small school size, strong academic program, focus on the fine arts and public speaking, community service opportunities and emphasis on good moral character.

Amy enjoys reading, playing the piano, and baking. She serves as the organist at Beth Car Baptist Church.She and her family look forward to spending time on Virginia’s Eastern Shore each summer.


B.S., VA Polytechnic and State University
M.A., Marymount University
Rob was born and raised in Falls Church, Virginia with his two sisters and brother. He received a B.S. in Marketing and Communications from Virginia Tech and his Master’s in Education from Marymount University.  He has taught in various districts in Virginia as well as in the Seattle area in Washington and five months in Nairobi, Kenya.

Rob moved to Orange in 2003 with his wife Ellen ‘85, a Grymes Alumna.  They have two sons, Charlie and Douglas ‘25 and reside on Ellen’s family farm, Rounton Farm, in Orange County.  After the horses, chickens and bees are taken care of, Rob enjoys spending time outdoors with his family, playing volleyball, hiking, backpacking, tree climbing and traveling.


B.S., Radford University
30 Hours towards M.A. at Radford
Martina Kuhnert was born in Jamaica Queens, New York.  She lived in Oxen Hill Maryland until she was 10 and then moved to Stafford, Virginia where she lived until she finished high school.  During summer vacations  Martina worked for Stafford County Parks and Recreation. She started as a summer camp counselor’s aide and worked her way up to being a camp director. Martina then attended Radford University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Recreation and Leisure Services degree. She then became a wilderness counselor for Eckerd Youth Alternatives in Hendersonville, NC and worked with adjudicated youth in residential setting. After completing her commitment to Eckerd, Martina returned to Radford University and earned a teaching certificate.

After receiving her Virginia Teaching License, Martina was hired by Madison Public Schools where she taught both first and third grades for a total of seven years. Martina was the last first grade teacher in Criglersville Elementary, and when the school was closed she accepted an offer to teach first grade at Grymes.

After teaching at Grymes for three and a half years, Martina left Grymes to stay at home with her new son, William ‘21. She returned to drive a bus for Grymes for several years while she homeschooled her son, and when William enrolled at Grymes in second grade, Martina continued to drive the bus. She later became both the Summer Camp Director and a First Grade Teaching Aid. When William entered third grade Martina took on the role as the Reading Specialist while continuing to be the Summer Camp Director at Grymes.

Martina loves teaching at Grymes. She values a child-centered environment where a growth mindset is encouraged and learning is allowed to be fun.

Martina lives in Madison with her husband, their son William and the family’s many pets of the two- and four-footed varieties. Together, they enjoy hiking, canoeing, and bike riding.


B.S. Syracuse University
M.Ed. University of Virginia
Polly grew up in New Hampshire. She graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in Inclusive Elementary and Special Education and a M.Ed from the University of Virginia in Reading Education.  For the majority of her teaching career, she taught in the Fairfax County Public School systems.  She has taught first, fourth, fifth, and sixth grades, as well as special education.  Polly has been fortunate to work in many different types of classroom environments with students who have a wide variety of learning styles.  She believes that lessons should be accessible to all students and enjoys watching the development of her students throughout the school year.

Polly lives in Culpeper with her children David ‘20 and Sarah ‘22, who are students at Grymes.  She enjoys reading, fox hunting, traveling, and skiing.


B.S., Mary Washington College
Julie is a native of the Shenandoah Valley, where her family has lived for eight generations. She comes from a long line of teachers and began her teaching career in 1986. She graduated from Mary Washington College with a degree in Biology and Education and is certified in sixth through eighth grade general science and third through sixth grade elementary education. For the 1988-89 school year, Julie traveled to the International School of Aruba, where she taught sixth, seventh, and eighth grade math, science and biology. After Aruba she settled in Orange, where she lives with her husband, Ben and her two daughters, Grace ‘12 and Sarah ‘18.

Julie feels her position as Academic Support and Enrichment program director allows her to combine all of her teaching experience with her passion for education. She enjoys Grymes’ atmosphere of small classes, encouraging teachers, and an enriching curriculum. In her spare time, Julie enjoys playing the drums, juggling, walking, and traveling with her family.


B.A., University of Virginia
Haywood went to high school locally at Madison County High School and, after a few years in the Army as a combat medic, graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in Music. He then worked for financial institutions and bio-medical companies in varied roles to include database analyst, developer, project manager, and technical sales support.

Haywood’s teaching experience began with music students and expanded when he began teaching in Orange and Greene Counties while taking classes online to earn his teaching license. While working in the public school system, Haywood had the opportunity to teach Pre-Algebra and Algebra as well as Music and Special Education in the Elementary Schools.

As husband to Grymes’ Director of Technology Jill Solek-Giles and parent to Grymes students Sierra ‘ 13 and Parker ‘21, Haywood knows the Grymes community well. Haywood and his family live in Somerset, and in his spare time he enjoys performing music and working on automobiles.  Haywood currently plays saxophone and keyboard in three bands that cover most genres of music and continue sto hold private and group lessons for all ages and abilities, covering theory, improvisation, and composition.

Upper School Teachers


B.A., University of Richmond
M.A.T., Virginia Commonwealth University

Marcy Wagner is a native of the eastern shore of Maryland where she developed a love for the Chesapeake Bay and environmental education. Grymes reminds her very much of the school she attended as a child, The Country School in Easton, Maryland where she made friendships she maintains today.  Marcy is a graduate of the University of Richmond where she received a Bachelor’s degree in English and Virginia Commonwealth University where she received her Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education.

Marcy joined the Grymes faculty in 2002 when she began teaching fourth grade. In 2005, as Director of Development, she organized events, managed the Annual Fund, and wrote the Grymes Times. Then, in 2009, when her daughter, Grace entered Junior Kindergarten, Marcy went back to the fourth grade classroom. In 2010 she was awarded the Weezie Chair for Excellence in Teaching, and in 2012 Marcy won the Galapagos Challenge and a chance to travel with two seventh graders to the famed land of Charles Darwin. She has been teaching fifth grade since 2013.

Marcy has been playing tennis all her life and was captain of The University of Richmond Division One tennis team and a USPTA certified teaching professional. In addition to teaching, Marcy coaches the Grymes tennis club in the spring.  Marcy lives in the Green Springs Historic Landmark District near Louisa on a small farm with her husband, Brian, and her daughter Grace ‘19. Her stepson, Daniel, attends Graduate School at New York University. In her spare time, Marcy likes to garden, cook, play tennis, run, sail and play with her two Brittany Spaniels, Sadie and Skye.


B.S., Vanderbilt University

Meghan Stowers grew up in Poolesville, Maryland. She graduated from Poolesville High School in 2007. Meghan received a scholarship to play lacrosse at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, where she double majored in Elementary Education and Child Studies. For the last four years, Meghan taught fifth grade and coached JV girls lacrosse at Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland. This year will be her first at Grymes, where she will serve as the sixth grade homeroom teacher. Meghan is excited to continue teaching in a 1:1 iPad classroom.

Meghan comes from a family of educators; her mother and sister are both teachers, and Meghan’s husband has worked in education for many years. The Stowers recently moved to Woodberry Forest and live on campus with their new puppy, Oliver.


B.S., University of Virginia

Dana became acquainted with Grymes when her sons, Brian ‘94 and Taylor ‘95, began junior kindergarten here in 1983. She found her love of words and her talent for the stage and began teaching English, Creative Writing, and Drama in 1994. In her years at Grymes, the English program has become an integral part of what sets Grymes apart from other schools. Students in the seventh and eighth grades grow in so many ways by discovering what they think and feel about the world through literature and writing. Their creativity comes to life on stage, and her eighth grade students have won recognition and an invitation to perform at the Folger Shakespeare Festival in Washington, DC since 1997. The Writer’s Eye Competition at the University of Virginia’s Fralin Art Museum has recognized 29 Grymes students since 1996 for their creative writing talent under the instruction of Dana Bost.

Dana grew up within commuting distance of Manhattan, worked her way through Trenton and Paterson State Colleges in New Jersey and graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.S. in Nursing. She became a Public Health Nurse and drove down every back road in Albemarle County in her 1968 Volkswagen Beetle. After the birth of her two sons, she embarked on a career as a photographer and then discovered Grymes.

Outside of school, Dana enjoys running, thinking, reading, movies, writing, croquet, travel, conversation, coffee, dancing, laughing, acting silly and friends.


B.A., Vanderbilt University
M.S.W., University of Southern California

Melanie Handelsman graduated from Vanderbilt University with a double major in Mathematics and Spanish. She received a Masters in Social Work from the University of Southern California. Melanie is entering her fifteenth year as a teacher of Spanish and math.

Melanie worked at Westridge School for Girls in Pasadena, Califormia where she taught middle and upper school Spanish and math. She also coached middle school tennis, basketball, and softball. Melanie assisted with the community service program and organized and assisted with class trips to the Navajo Indian Reservation, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco. Before coming to Grymes, she taught lower school Spanish at St. Luke’s Lutheran School in Culpeper. Since coming to Grymes, Melanie has taught lower school Spanish and Upper School Math.

Melanie lives at Woodberry Forest with her husband, Andrew and two sons, Tommy ‘17 and Robbie ‘19, both of whom are Grymes students. Melanie enjoys traveling to Spain in the summers with her family.


B.A., James Madison University

Rod McLeod, born on his mother’s birthday, grew up an only child in Falls Church, Virginia, enjoying the Washington area. Valuing education and appreciating history, Rod gravitated toward the well told story.

After being a camp counselor at Camp Glenkirk, Rod graduated summa cum laude from James Madison University certified to teach History, political science, geography, economics, and psychology in Virginia’s public schools. Rod coordinated activities for the NASA/VIMS residential Governor’s School in Hampton and prepared hundreds of students for the AP U.S. History exam at Orange County High School where he was a department head and a lead teacher. As an educational consultant, Rod has assisted school systems in Virginia, North Carolina, and Michigan manage change and align curriculum.

It was while teaching at the Woodberry Forest School that Rod recognized the potential inherent in the independent school experience. Rod values creating meaningful school relationships and teaching contextually. Rod feels blessed to be a part of the Grymes community.

Rod lives in Madison County with his wife Sandy, their son, Liam, and their family boxers, S’mores and Daisy. He is passionate about American history and baseball, collecting political memorabilia and enjoying baseball simulation games. He is a member of the Orange Presbyterian Church.


B.S., Mary Washington College
M.S., University of Illinois

Laurie grew up in Northern Virginia, the oldest of six children. This must be why she can put up with just about anything! Laurie earned a B.S. in Mathematics from Mary Washington College and a M.S. in Mathematics from the University of Illinois.

For 15 years, Laurie worked in computer programming, systems analysis, database design, and software training. She taught six years of math at the community college level. Since coming to Grymes, Laurie has assumed the responsibilities currently carried out by a full time Director of Development (and assistant), Administrative Assistant, Registrar, technology consultant, and teacher. Laurie also serves as the Chairman of the Math Department.

Laurie lives in Fredericksburg with her daughter, Meggie ‘10, a Grymes graduate. Recently she has returned to teaching at the community college level and teaches part-time at Germanna Community College.


B.S., University of Richmond

Rebekah grew up in Orange, Virginia, and attended Orange County Public Schools She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude from the University of Richmond with a B.S. in Biology and attended the University of Virginia School of Nursing.  As an undergraduate, she was a laboratory assistant and chemistry tutor.  Rebekah’s professional experience includes teaching high school field biology, chemistry, physical science, and health. She has also served as a summer camp counselor for STEM.

Prior to teaching lower school science at Grymes, Rebekah volunteered in the upper school science classes and helped coordinate the Grymes Grizzly Gardeners garden club and website.  She resides in Madison County with her husband and two children, Blythe ‘16 and Nathaniel ‘22.  Her interests include spinning, knitting, and other fiber arts, modern furniture design, and photography. 

“Specials” & Resource Teachers


B.A., Mary Baldwin

Angela is a native of North Carolina and lived in Massachusetts and California before settling in Virginia in 1996.  Angela and her husband, Bryce, have three children each born in a different state. Angela was an active volunteer at her children’s schools, where she developed a variety of art projects that complemented the units of study.  She launched a home-based art class for children desiring art enrichment after school, in addition to teaching K-2 art at the Covenant School for one year.  For nine years, Angela taught Studio Art at ACTS co-op, a local home school network based in Charlottesville. Angela decided to undergo teacher certification through Mary Baldwin College’s Adult Degree Program. Through this program, she received her BA in Studio Art with a minor in education. Angela holds a collegiate professional license from the Commonwealth of Virginia to teach pre-kindergarten through grade 12 in the visual arts.

Angela is a collector of nature objects, many of which can be found in her classroom, and she enjoys sketching and creating watercolors of her findings.  When she is not spending time with her family she is enjoying photography, bargain hunting at thrift shops, cultivating her flower garden, and cooking.


B.S., Frostburg State University
M.A. University of SW Louisiana

Tracey lives at Woodberry Forest.


B.A. Shorter College
M.Div. New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

Teresa Huelskoetter (pronounced “hull sketter”) joins the Grymes faculty as the Librarian/Media Specialist.  Teresa has a B.A. in English and Religion & Philosophy from Shorter College in Georgia and a M.Div. in Theological Studies from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.  She spent most of her childhood in Georgia, but her adult life has been divided between New Orleans, Connecticut, Georgia, Alabama, and Virginia.  Teresa has always enjoyed working with children and she has a variety of educational experience in private schools, public schools, and public library systems, as well as a short period of homeschooling her own children.

Teresa and her husband John moved to Madison, Virginia in November, 2012.  They have four young adult-aged children.

Teresa has always loved books. She spent much of her time as a child staying up past her bedtime to read. Now she finds joy in helping students find books that they don’t want to put down until the very end. Along with interests in children’s literature and children’s literacy, Teresa enjoys traveling, reading, cooking, and organic gardening.


Germanna Community College

Laura Nelson is a resident of Culpeper, Virginia and a graduate of Culpeper County High School. After high school, she attended Germanna Community College and completed two years of coursework in General Studies. Laura has extensive work experience as an administrative assistant in the Fairfax County Office and has served numerous years in management. Laura played basketball throughout her high school years. She has experience refereeing youth sports games and has coached for The Culpeper Youth Basketball Association. Laura is the head of coach of the Grymes girls field hockey team and the girls basketball team.

Laura and her husband, Chris, live in Culpeper with their daughter, Loretta ‘13, and son, Elijah ‘14, both Grymes alumni. They are active members of White Oak Run Baptist Church, where Laura serves as a deacon, teachers Sunday school, serves as a choir director, and occasionally teaches adult Bible classes.


M.Ed. School Administration and Supervision, University of Virginia
B.S. Economics, Virginia Commonwealth University

Having recently retired as Assistant Superintendent, a teacher, coach, building administrator and central office administrator for the Madison County Schools, Allan McLearen is delighted to join the Grymes community as Athletics Coordinator. Allan graduated from University of Virginia with a degree in Medical School Administration and Supervision and has a BS in Economics from the School of Business at Virginia Commonwealth University. As a career coach, Allan’s extensive accolades include coaching the State Championship-winning soccer team at Madison High School, the state runner-up teams in both boys and girls cross-country, and District and Regional Championship-winning teams in soccer and cross-country. Allan has been named District and Regional Coach of Year in soccer and cross country, and Charlottesville Track Club Coach of the Year.

As husband to Mary Linda McLearen, who has taught at Grymes for many years, Allan is well-versed in all things Grymes, but he particularly enjoyed coaching the 2016 girls’ soccer team and is thrilled to join the Grymes community as a member of the staff to share his passion for coaching, sportsmanship and fitness with Grymes students.

Father to three sons Sam, who is Director of Planning of Culpeper County, Matt, CPA partner with Robinson, Farmer and Cox, and Luke, a Major, U.S. Marine Corp, Allan enjoys spending time with his eight grandchildren, attending activities that range from soccer to basketball to piano. Allan is an avid distance runner who still competes competitively in Master’s Division races.