Our Board of Directors
Bringing the vision to life.
SearStone is truly a labor of love, and these are the people leading the work. Our dedicated Board of Directors come from a variety of backgrounds, but they all share the same vision of creating a distinctively different kind of senior living.
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Mr. Brading has been a practicing attorney for 32 years, specializing in tax exempt bond financing for Section 501(c)(3) corporations like SearStone, including the acquisition and construction of health care facilities with such bond proceeds. Mr. Brading represented SearStone as its attorney from 2005 until July 1, 2011, when he accepted... Read More
Thomas A. Beebe, Esq.
Mr. Beebe is an Attorney and has been involved in numerous residential, commercial and retirement community development projects in North Carolina.
Reverend Luther Brewer
Reverend Brewer is the former Pastor of Greenwood Forest Baptist Church in Cary, North Carolina (1966-1999) and has served in a variety of capacities for a wide range of counseling and pastoral organizations.
Mr. Desmond is Vice President and Executive General Manager of the Hendrick Cary Auto Mall and Capital Area Accessory Distributors. He serves on a number of auto- related advertising Boards.
James B. Pierce
Mr. Pierce is a Certified Public Accountant and Partner at the accounting firm of Williams Overman Pierce, LLP. He is active in a number of professional, civic and private organizations.
Mack R. Leath, Jr.
Mr. Leath received his BS Degree in Business Administration from North Carolina State University in 1979 and has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of MRL Associates in Atlanta, Georgia since 1990. MRL Associates is a family owned business engaged in the sale of industrial chemicals in the southeastern United... Read More
Charles H. Henderson
Mr. Henderson served as the Town Attorney for Town of Cary for 28 years before retiring in 2005. After retiring from Cary, he was employed by the law firm of Poyner & Spruill for one year. Prior to coming to Cary, he served as Assistant City Attorney for the City of... Read More
Linda D. Coleman
Director of the Office of State Personnel