R-MC Announces Newly Elected Board of Trustees Members

Aug 07, 2018


Randolph-Macon College President Robert R. Lindgren and Board of Trustees Chairman Alan B. Rashkind '69 are pleased to announce that three newly elected members have joined the college's Board of Trustees. Macon F. Brock III '95, William B. "Bill" Kilduff '74 and Stephen P. "Steve" Long '82, M.D. began their terms on July 1, 2018. Long and Kilduff previously served on the Board of Trustees for 12 years.

"We look forward to having Steve and Bill join us again and we welcome Macon to the Board," says Lindgren. "Their leadership and vision are exemplary, and we are grateful for their valuable guidance."

Macon F. Brock III '95
Founder & Chief, Skout's Honor

Macon Brock IIIBrock earned his B.A. in business and economics from R-MC, where he played for the lacrosse team and was a member of Phi Delta Theta. After graduating from R-MC, he worked as an outside-sales representative in the Action Sports industry before covering inside sales for Awesome Products, Inc.

In 2007, Brock launched his first enterprise: a specialty sports sunscreen company called Watermans, which catered to the hardcore water athlete with a focus on surf and endurance paddle sports.

This entrepreneurial experience led to Brock's current venture in the pet industry as the Founder & CEO of Skout's Honor, an award-winning, environmentally and socially conscious consumer goods brand. Since its launch in 2016, Skout's Honor has become one of the fastest-growing startups in the pet space, with products in more than 7,500 retail stores in the U.S. and internationally. Through its Paw Pledge program, Skout's Honor has donated nearly two million meals to animals in need.

Brock has been a loyal and generous donor of the college's annual fund, understanding the importance of unrestricted giving. He is an avid surfer living in Newport Beach, California with his wife, Kristen, and two children. The family enjoys spending time on their boat, "Macon Memories," which is named after his father, the late Dollar Tree Founder Macon F. Brock Jr. '64. Macon Jr., his wife, Joan, and the Brock family's generosity has been unsurpassed at Randolph-Macon, providing momentous support for new and renovated buildings, academic programs, scholarships, athletics, and a professorship.

William B. "Bill" Kilduff '74
Partner, Emroch & Kilduff

Bill KilduffKilduff earned his B.A. in history from R-MC, where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta. He graduated from the University of Richmond with a Juris Doctor degree in 1977. Following completion of his law degree, Kilduff worked for the law firm of Sanders & Austin in Princeton, West Virginia. Following this practice, he joined the law firm of Walter H. Emroch & Associates in 1979. Kilduff became a partner with that firm in 1989, and the name of the firm was changed to Emroch & Kilduff, LLP in 1998.

Kilduff has been admitted to practice before the Virginia Supreme Court; the West Virginia Supreme Court; the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Virginia; the Southern District of West Virginia; the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia; the United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals; and the United States Supreme Court.

Kilduff is a member of the Virginia State Bar; the American Association for Justice; Virginia Trial Lawyers Association; and the Bar Association of the City of Richmond. In 2004, he was elected a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates.
He has been selected as a Super Lawyer for the last 10 years. In 2009, Kilduff was selected for inclusion in the book The Best Lawyers in America in the specialty of Personal Injury Litigation, and he has been selected each year since.

In 2011, Kilduff established the Scanlon-Kilduff Scholarship at Randolph-Macon College. The scholarship honors History Professor Emeritus James Scanlon, who began teaching at Randolph-Macon in 1968 and made a profound impact on Kilduff. Additionally, Kilduff and his wife, Lee, were leadership donors to R-MC's Building Extraordinary campaign and are strong proponents of unrestricted giving as demonstrated by their significant support of THE RANDOLPH-MACON FUND each year.

Stephen P. "Steve" Long '82, M.D.
Physician/Anesthesiologist & President, Commonwealth Pain Specialists

Steve LongLong earned his B.A. in English from R-MC in 1982. At Randolph-Macon, he was a member of Kappa Alpha Order and served as president of the Student Government Association. He was also a member of the Washington Literary Society, Omicron Delta Kappa and Phi Beta Kappa.

Long went on to graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University's School of Medicine, where he completed two years of surgical residency followed by an anesthesiology residency at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals. He completed his internship in general surgery and his residency and fellowship in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals in 1991 and served on the faculty as an Associate Professor until 1998 when he formed his private practice, Commonwealth Pain Specialists. He is an Associate Clinical Professor of anesthesiology at VCU where he still actively teaches medical students.

Long is a member on the board of directors of the American Society of Anesthesiologists; the Virginia Society of Anesthesiologists; and the Vestry of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. He has also served on the boards of the VCU Health System and the University of Virginia.

Long has received numerous honors, including Consumer Research Council "America's Best Anesthesiologist/Pain Doctor" and Richmond Magazine's Top Pain Specialist. He was distinguished as one of the US News and World Report Top Pain Specialists in 2011 and 2012.

Long has served as chair of R-MC's Committee on Trustees and the Advancement Committee. In addition to being a generous donor to R-MC's Building Extraordinary campaign, in 2006 he and his wife Georganne, who is also a physician, established the Georganne W. and Stephen P. Long Scholarship, which is awarded to R-MC students who are interested in careers in medicine.