Scott Durham, senior vice president and branch manager for Wells Fargo Advisors in Jonesboro, has been begun a term as president of the St. Bernards Foundation Board chairman.
Born and raised in Harrisburg, Durham holds both undergraduate and master’s degrees in education from Arkansas State University. After teaching and coaching at Greene County Tech, he coached football at Arkansas State for eight years.
He has been with Wells Fargo Advisors for nearly 20 years, where he provides on-going financial advice to help businesses and families make sound financial decisions.
He and his wife, the former Becky Light of Clover Bend, have two children – Joshua, 20, who attends ASU; and Haley, 15, who is a sophomore at Nettleton High School.
The family attends First Baptist Church.
The St. Bernards Development Foundation is a charitable organization established to support the mission of St. Bernards Healthcare – providing Christ-like healing to the community through education, treatment and health services. It exists to accept philanthropic gifts for St. Bernards Healthcare and is governed by an 18-member board.
Durham has served on the Foundation board for four years.