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Looking Out For The Community’s Best Interests.

Pleased with the past, planning for the future.

The officers and members of the board of directors of the Westminster-Canterbury Foundation have faith in our mission, pride in our success, and confidence in our future. 

Dr. Henry Watts

Mr. Watts has been a resident of Westminster-Canterbury since 2009 with his wife Eleanor. He is the former Vice-Chairman of Norfolk Southern Railroad. He holds a BBA, MBA and DBA from George Washington University.  He serves as a Trustee of Virginia Wesleyan College and is on the Advisory Board of the Virginia Symphony. 

Mr. David M. Limroth

Mr. Limroth joined McPhillips Roberts and Deans in 1982 and was admitted as a partner in the firm in 1989. His professional experience and practice emphasis is principally devoted to providing services specifically related to medical and dental practices. Clients benefit from his expertise in traditional tax and accounting services, financial reporting, compensation formula design and implementation and retirement plan design and administration. David serves as a Heart Gala committee member for the American Heart Association and is also a Towne Bank board member and advisor to the Towne Bank Audit Committee.

Mr. T. Frank Clements

Mr. Clements began his banking career with the former Bank of Virginia, now part of Wells Fargo Bank. He advanced through a number of positions of increasing responsibility in Richmond, Petersburg and Norfolk to become Executive Vice President of the Eastern Region of Virginia. After 20 years with Bank of Virginia, Frank became the organizing Director and President and C.E.O. of Commerce Bank in Virginia Beach (now part of BB&T). He retired in 1998 as Senior Vice President from BB&T Bank. Following retirement, Frank has served on various board and committees at the Quail Ridge Community in Boynton Beach, Florida. He is also currently serving on the Finance Committee of Quail Ridge Country Club. 

Mr. William “Bill” Alexander

Mr. Alexander is a WCCB Resident and past treasurer of the Residents’ Association. Bill served with RCA Corporation for twenty-six years, the last eight as Corporate Secretary. Thereafter he was an executive with Marine Midland Banks and A&P. He received his B.A. from Gettysburg College and studied graduate economics at Temple University.


Mr. Scott P. Ayers

Mr. Ayers is President/Managing Broker at The Property Shoppe on Shore Drive and Vice Chairman of City of Virginia Beach’s Bay Front Advisory Commission. He has been a resident of Virginia Beach since a family military move in 1963. He received a business degree from the College of William and Mary in 1970. Just two years later he began his real estate career which now spans over 40 years. Scott enjoys a wealth of real estate knowledge and is often quoted in local newspapers. His business philosophy is quite simple. “Always make sure you and your employees use the most current tools available to your profession and treat your customers with the empathy of a good neighbor.” The Property Shoppe has been managing and leasing residential properties in South Hampton Roads for over 30 years. Scott also serves on the Shore Drive Commission.

Mrs. Ann K. Crenshaw

Mrs. Crenshaw has many years experience as a commercial real estate attorney. She has an extensive background in commercial litigation and creditors’ rights and bankruptcy matters. Ann’s practice includes commercial real estate services in the areas of zoning, land use, development and transactions, including purchasing and leasing. Her practice includes creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, business restructuring and loan modifications. Ann is a founding member and past president of CREW Hampton Roads (Commercial Real Estate Women) as well as many other professional organizations. Ann has repeatedly been recognized as one of the top lawyers in her field, including selection as one of the Best Lawyers in America, the Top Women in Commercial Real Estate by Virginia Business and as a recipient of the Women in Business Achievement Award by Inside Business.

Mr. Donald Glenum

Don retired from Norfolk Southern Corporation (NS) with more than 36 years of service.  His primary responsibility at NS was guiding the annual operating budget process.  He received his B.S. in Accounting from Florida Atlantic University.  He serves as Vice Chair and Treasurer of the Chesapeake Bay Academy Board and Treasurer of the Chesapeake Bay Academy Educational Foundation Board.  

Mrs. Barbara L. Gornto

Mrs. Gornto is a WCCB Resident and currently serves on the WCCB Bylaws, Welcome and Food Service committees. Barbara serves as a Docent at The Chrysler Museum and is also a board member of SURF (Schellhammer Urological Research Foundation). Some of Barbara’s past services include: Norfolk Botanical Gardens Advisory Committee, Virginia Arts Festival Board, ODU Educational Foundation Director and Virginia Opera Committee Member. Barbara is a leadership supporter of the Foundation and is very well connected in the Hampton Roads Community.  

Dr. William Hedrick

Born and raised in Lewisburg, WV and graduated from Marshall University before attending graduate school at Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, VA where he earned the B.D., Th.M. and D.Min. Degrees. He is an ordained Presbyterian minister and a member of the Presbytery of Eastern Virginia. Bill’s first pastoral experience was as Assistant Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Virginia Beach from 1969-1974. From 1974-2001 he was the Executive Director of Tidewater Pastoral Counseling Services, one of three nationally accredited service and training centers of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. For nearly four decades, Bill has had the privilege of providing marriage and family counseling, as well as providing services to those with adult life transitions such as anxiety, depression or other life changing events. He was a Diplomat in the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy before retiring in 2010. Bill continues to work one day a week as a service to the faith communities of Virginia Beach. 

Mr. Robert S. Herbert (Steve)

Steve Herbert is a former City Administrator, Economic Development professional, City Planner, and Naval Officer. He currently volunteers for profit and non- profit organizations including the Virginia Beach Neptune Festival, Lynnhaven River Now and is a gubernatorial appointee to the Commonwealth of Virginia Joint Leadership Council of Veterans Services Organization (JLC). He is also a member of the City's Military Economic Development Advisory Committee (MEDAC). He is married to Sally Newton Herbert and they have two grown sons. Mr. Herbert is a former Vestry member and Senior Warden at St Andrew's Episcopal Church in Norfolk, Va. He retired in November, 2013 as Deputy City Manager for the City of Virginia Beach. Prior to that he held positions as: City Manager for the City of Suffolk, Va.; Chief Plans and Policy Officer and Assistant Director of Economic Development for the City of Portsmouth, Va.; and Assistant Director of Economic Development for the City of Norfolk, Va. Steve has also worked in the private sector as a defense contractor for the firms of Booz Allen Hamilton and SAIC. Prior to that he served as an officer in the United States Navy, retiring from the Naval Reserve in 1999 with the rank of Captain. On active duty he served in Viet Nam and on warships in the Pacific and Atlantic. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia and holds a Bachelor of City Planning degree. He also earned an MS degree in Administration from George Washington University.

Dr. Judy Jankowski

Dr. Jankowski began her tenure as Head of School at Chesapeake Bay Academy in Virginia Beach in 2013. She has over 30 years of experience in education, serving first as a special education teacher and later as an administrator in independent schools outside of Chicago and Washington, DC. Dr. Jankowski received her Doctorate in Education at National Louis University and completed post-graduate study in Leadership for Independent Schools at Johns Hopkins University. She is currently President of the Chesapeake Bay Academy Educational Foundation, serves on the Horizons Hampton Roads Board of Trustees and is a member of the CIVIC Institute. Judy is delighted to lend her expertise in education and non-profit governance to the Westminster Canterbury Foundation.

Dr. Terry Jenkins

Terry has been a resident of WC since 2016. She spent the majority of her career with the City of Virginia Beach and retired in 2008 as the Director of Human Services. Prior to that, Terry served as the Executive Director of the Community Services Board for Virginia Beach. She is also very active in the community and currently serves on the board of the South Hampton Roads Hospice House,  the Community Organization Allocation Committee for the City of Virginia Beach, the Deferred Compensation Board for the City of Virginia Beach and is Chairman of the Building Committee for the Virginia Beach United Methodist Church.

Mrs. Linda Hoy Lowrance

Born and raised in Norfolk, Virginia, Linda Hoy Lowrance graduated from Granby High School, attended Mary Washington College and graduated from Old Dominion University with a degree in Psychology. She was employed for the next seven years as a social worker and social work supervisor in Norfolk, Hampton and Accomack County, specializing in foster care and adoption. She retired from social work to raise her two daughters and then joined her Dad’s business, Hoy Construction, when her children started school. Linda continued to work part time and then full time at Hoy Construction until 2010.

Linda has been an active volunteer with CHKD, Make-A-Wish and has also served on various committees at Thalia United Methodist Church and on the board at Tidewater Pastoral Counseling Center.

Currently Linda’s time is spent serving her Church as Chairman of the Finance Team, singing in the choir, reading and studying the Bible, golfing, and most importantly planning visits with her daughters and three grandchildren in South Carolina and Taiwan.

Mr. Barry Pollara

Mr. Pollara serves as an Executive Director at UBS Financial Services, Inc. After graduating from the US Naval Academy in 1967, Barry completed flight training in 1969 and came to Norfolk, VA to serve aboard the USS Independence, flying the A6A Intruder. Leaving the Navy in 1973, he worked for Xerox Corp in Sales Management.  Barry joined Kidder, Peabody & Co. in 1983, a predecessor firm to UBS.  He lives in Virginia Beach with his wife, Peggy, and has a daughter, son-in-law and two grandsons in the local area.  Community service has been an important part of Barry's life for as long as he has been in the business community.

Dr. Frederic “Fred” R. Walker

Dr. Walker is a WCCB Resident and member of the Residents’ Finance Committee.  Fred had a long career in private education in Pennsylvania and New York prior to coming to Norfolk as Headmaster of the Williams School.  

Mrs. Mary Wolfe

Mary received a BS degree in Textiles & Clothing from Iowa State University and an MBA from West Chester University of PA. She has owned a small business, assisted other small businesses, and taught at the University of Delaware, where students voted her the Outstanding Faculty Member of her college. Textbooks authored by Mary are used internationally in high schools and colleges. Additionally, as a lifetime volunteer Mary has been active on two school boards, many church and community boards, and with hospice and the elderly.