William A. Davis Jr. '78
Donna F. Klepper '73
David L. Meyer '74
Linwood A. "Woody" Staub '84
Randolph-Macon College President Robert R. Lindgren announces that four recently
elected members have joined the Board of Trustees.
“We are excited to welcome our new trustees and thankful that they are willing to
dedicate their time and knowledge to the continued prosperity of Randolph-Macon
College,” says Lindgren.
William A. Davis Jr. ’78 is the senior pastor at Bon Air United
Methodist Church in Richmond, Virginia. Prior to joining Bon Air UMC, he was a pastor
at various churches throughout Virginia. While at Beverley Hills UMC in Alexandria,
he led a mission outreach trip to Poland.
Davis earned his B.A. in religious studies from R-MC in 1978, his M.Div. from Duke
University in 1981 and his D.Min. from Duke University in 1991. A member of the
R-MC Society of Alumni since 2008, Davis is also a member of the Presidents Society,
Phi Kappa Sigma, and Omicron Delta Kappa.
Donna F. Klepper ’73 is the director of Institutional and International
Academic Outreach at the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at the University
of Virginia. Prior to her current position, she was a professor at Piedmont Virginia
Community College and served as the founding director for the college’s training
and workforce development center.
Since 1986, she has served as adjunct faculty for UVA’s Weldon Cooper Center for
Public Service and for the Federal Executive Institute; she has also taught for
the University Internship Program at UVA.
Klepper, who serves as president of the R-MC Society of Alumni, earned her B.A.
in sociology from Randolph-Macon College in 1973 and her M.A. and Ph.D. in higher
education from UVA. She is married to Micheal Klepper ’73.
David L. Meyer ’74 is a senior executive with the U.S. Nuclear
Regulatory Commission in Bethesda, Maryland, and is the director for Administrative
Services. He graduated from Randolph-Macon in 1974 with a B.A. in political science
and earned his M.A. in public administration from American University in 1977.
Meyer has served on the R-MC Alumni Admissions Committee and the Board of Associates.
As part of the restoration of Washington-Franklin Hall in 1987, he arranged with
the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. for the restoration of the portraits
of Patrick Henry and Henry Clay. He is currently the chair of the Parents Board
Meyer is married to Cynthia Collins Meyer ’79 and is the father of Louisa Meyer
’12 and Elliot Meyer ’15.
Linwood A. “Woody” Staub ’84 is president of CMJ Medical Ltd, a
medical-device company in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. He currently heads a sports
medicine distributorship with $25 million in sales and 30 sales representatives
across the mid-Atlantic.
Staub, a member of the Presidents Society and the Heritage Society, graduated with
a B.A. in economics/business from Randolph-Macon College in 1984. In addition, he
completed a fellowship at the Wharton School of Business in hospital CEO management.
Staub’s sister, Glenndale Harding ’91, and his cousin, Lee Walker ’92, are also
Yellow Jackets. In addition, his later father, Jim Staub, was a member of the Class