New Members Join CCC Board of Trustees

(Shelby, NC) – Three new members and one reappointed member recently were sworn in as members of the Cleveland Community College Board of Trustees. New board members include Allen Langley, June Yarboro, and Jonathan Miller. Greg Melton was reappointed to a new term.

Allen Langley was appointed by Governor Pat McCrory. Mr. Langley is president of H & H Pest Control and Waterproofing. He and his wife, Amanda, have two daughters and reside in Shelby.

June D. Yarboro was appointed by the Cleveland County Board of Education. Mrs. Yarboro retired from Cleveland County Schools where she taught at Burns High School. She and her husband, Ed, have two daughters and live in Shelby.

Greg Melton was reappointed by the Cleveland County Board of Commissioners. He is an architect at Holland and Hamrick Architects. He and his wife, Emily, live in Shelby.

Langley, Yarboro, and Melton were appointed to four-year terms ending June 30, 2017.

Jonathan Miller was elected president of the CCC Student Government Association. He serves on the Board as an ex-officio non-voting trustee. Mr. Miller is pursuing an Associate in Applied Science degree in Emergency Medical Services. He lives in Shelby.

Other members of the CCC Board of Trustees include: Hoyt Q. Bailey, Chairman; Patsy Rose, Vice Chairman; Michael Cheng; Jim Gold; Gordon Hamrick; Ronnie Hawkins; Ellis P. Monroe; William Thompson; and Chris Turner.

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Jonathan Miller, Greg Melton, June Yarboro, and Allen Langley recently joined the Cleveland Community College Board of Trustees. New members, include Jonathan Miller, June Yarboro, and Allen Langley. Greg Melton was reappointed to a new term. Photo submitted by CCC.

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