Kelly W. Anderson
Kelly is the Business Development Manager for Team 1 Orthopaedics, Inc. Team 1 is the sole distributor of Arthrex products for Florida and Georgia. Arthrex is a global sports medical device manufacturer based in Naples, FL.
Kelly grew up in Ormond Beach, Florida and attended Florida State University where she earned a BA in English Literature. While at FSU, Kelly served as Treasurer of her sorority, Phi Beta Phi, and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. After graduation, Kelly moved to Beaver Creek, Colorado for the ski season before starting law school at University of Florida in 1998. She moved to Avondale with her husband Mark in 2001, and practiced as a litigator for a general liability and medical malpractice defense firm before she decided to practice law on a part time basis to be home with her children, Addison (12), and Jack (10 and in 4th Grade at St. Mark's).
Kelly and her husband Mark joined St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in 2002 and have attended services regularly. Her children were baptized at St. Mark’s and currently attend Sunday school and EYC there. As a St. Mark’s member, Kelly has served as a Sunday school teacher for five years, has volunteered in the St. Mark’s Bookstore, headed the Christian Formation Committee for two years, currently serves as a chalice bearer and in January 2017, rolled off the St. Mark’s vestry after her three-year commitment ended.
Christian Cummings is Managing Partner/CEO of Acme Barricades, LC. Acme Barricades is the industry leading highway safety company in Florida. Acme Barricades partners with Civil and Utility Contractors, Florida Department of Transportation, local municipalities, railroad companies and others statewide to help achieve their goals of safe, efficient, and economical completions of their projects, services and events. Christian joined Acme Barricades in January 2003. Before being promoted to Managing Partner/CEO in November of 2005, Christian served in many different roles at Acme Barricades including operations, sales, purchasing, finance and management. Under Christian’s leadership, Acme has grown from a two office company offering only traffic control to a statewide highway safety company with 12 offices performing multiple scopes of work including traffic control, pavement marking, concrete barrier wall, permanent signs, and guardrail. Before joining Acme Barricades, Christian earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Building Construction from the University of Florida.
Christian and his wife Angela, are both from Tallahassee where Christian attended elementary school at Holy Comforter Episcopal School. Christian, Angela and their sons, Cade and Courtland, and daughters, Lila and Evan Elizabeth, live in Avondale.
Thomas M. Donahoo
Tom is an attorney practicing in Jacksonville. He received his BSBA from the University of Florida in 1962, his Juris Doctorate from Cumberland School of Law in 1965, and LLM in tax law from New York University Law School in 1966.
After law school, he returned home to join his father’s law firm. He and his family became active at St. Mark’s Church and he served as Barnum McCarty’s first senior warden of the vestry. He then became a founder and 3rd Chairman of the Board of Trustees of St. Mark’s Day School. He then served as Chairman of the Church Foundation.
While at Florida, he was a member of Florida Blue Key, a Florida Gator football letterman, member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and President of SAE fraternity. He is a former trustee at Jacksonville University. He is past chairman of the Tax Section of the Florida Bar and past chairman of the Tax Certification Board Florida Bar. He is a member of the American College of Trust Estate Counsel and leading American Attorneys.
Tom and his wife, Hazel, have two children and seven grandchildren.
Dr. Anne Egan
Dr. Anne Egan joined The Carithers Pediatric Group in October 2003. She grew up in Jacksonville, Connecticut, and Hong Kong. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for her undergraduate education and Yale University School of Medicine for her medical education. She completed her internship and residency in Pediatrics at the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and was board certified in pediatrics in 1995. Before moving to Jacksonville, Dr. Egan practiced for eight years with Allegheny Pediatrics in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She also served as an Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics for the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Dr. Egan has served on the board of the Jacksonville Children's Commission, JCCI and PACE Center for Girls in addition to non-profit boards outside of Jacksonville including St. Andrew's School in Middletown, DE, Fox Chapel Country Day School in Pittsburgh, PA and the Teton Valley Ranch Camp and Educational Foundation in Wyoming. She has also been on the Management Teams of the Jacksonville's Children: 1-2-3 Inquiry and Jacksonville's Mental Health Inquiry.
Dr. Egan lives in Ortega with her husband, George and their twin boys and twin girls, all graduates of St. Mark’s. They are active in St. Mark’s Episcopal Church and in community service.
John Falconetti became the Chairman and CEO of The Drummond Press in 2005, after working with the company since 1989. Mr. Falconetti is the third generation to run this Family business. Since then, this 73 year old Company has become an industry leader.
Over the last five years Drummond has grown at a rate 17 times greater than the industry average, and listed as one of the fastest growing providers in the nation. In addition, they were recognized as a 2016 and 2017 Best In Print and Digital recipient. Only four companies out of approx 30,000 in the Nation to receive this honor for Customer Loyalty.
Falconetti’s vision is to transform his company’s traditional commercial printing services into a firm that helps clients optimize their brand journey. By deploying print management solutions that are based on customized integrated software platforms and lean six sigma principals, Drummond has clearly differentiated itself in the marketplace.
John Falconetti is a native of Jacksonville, FL and received a BA from The University of the South, Sewanee, TN. He has been named an Ultimate CEO by the Jacksonville Business Journal, the outstanding volunteer of the year by the American Red Cross of Northeast Florida and The Distinguished Young Alumnus of the Year by his college alma matter. He has been appointed by the past three Florida Governors’ to serve our community and state as a Board Member of the Jacksonville Aviation Authority, Enterprise Florida and currently on the Jacksonville Port Authority. He is a past Chairman of the Duval County Republican Party, Jacksonville Library Board of Trustees and a past member of the National Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Jacksonville Symphony, The University of the South and Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce. Falconetti was elected a delegate to the 2008 and 2016 Republican National Conventions. In 2008 he was also chosen as one of two persons to represent the State of Florida on the Republican National Committee’s 2008 Platform Committee, and was an Elector for the State of Florida in 2016. He is an alumnus of Leadership Jacksonville, Leadership Florida, and a member of The Downtown Rotary Club. He is active in other various charities as well as St Marks Episcopal Church.
Mr. Falconetti is married to Shannon Miller, a 7-time Olympic Medalist and America’s most decorated gymnast. Together they founded the Shannon Miller Foundation with a mission to bring greater awareness and education to the epidemic of Childhood Obesity. Their flagship event, the Shannon Miller Kid’s Marathon held its inaugural event in 2009 with over 600 registrants. Since then this annual event has grown into several thousand participants allowing the proceeds to fund an in school running program that serves over 10,000 Duval County Public School students a year.
They have a son, Rocco, and daughter, Sterling. They spend their free time participating in community service activities. He also enjoys pursuing his hobbies of flying and cycling.
Liz Parks grew up in Augusta, Georgia, and graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in English. After teaching high school English for four years at Wesleyan School in Atlanta, Liz married Joe Parks and moved to Macon, Georgia. In Macon, Liz taught middle school English at Stratford Academy and served as a founding member of the school’s School Climate Committee, attending workshops and implementing school-wide anti-bullying and positive community climate initiatives. She was also involved with the Junior League of Macon. When Joe’s career relocated them to Memphis, Tennessee, Liz began teaching middle school English and Language Arts at Presbyterian Day School, an independent, all-boy elementary school. In addition to teaching, Liz led the children’s liturgy at St. Matthew’s Church and also worked summers at an outreach education program at Memphis University School. When the couple and their children moved to Jacksonville in 2014, Liz made the decision to leave teaching and stay home with her two (and then three) young children.
Liz has become involved in the Jacksonville community, serving in leadership positions at the Cummer Museum, coordinating the Bible Study for young mothers at St. Mark’s Church, and co-chairing the book fair at St. Mark’s School. Liz and Joe live in Ortega Forest with Quinn (‘23), Virginia (‘25), and Caroline (‘27).