The Williams Room at The Pines
In recognition of the late Dr. W. T. “Bill” Williams, Jr., and his many contributions to The Pines at Davidson over three decades, The Pines’ Board of Directors has named its new multi-purpose room in his honor. A first-floor multipurpose space, the Williams Room will be used for activities that enhance the health and wellness of Pines’ residents.
The Pines’ board also remembered “Dr. Bill” with a series of Resolutions that recognized his many roles on the board. As chair, he led the board’s strategic planning effort that culminated in the Beyond Expectations strategic plan in 2016, shaping the recent major expansion of The Pines facilities for the purpose of offering new and improved services to residents.
From the Resolutions:
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board adopts this resolution expressing its deepest appreciation for Dr. W. T. “Bill” Williams, Jr.’s significant contributions to The Pines over more than three decades of service as a faithful medical advisor, Board member and influential stalwart of the community, and recognizing the enduring benefits to The Pines of his presence and participation in the life of our community…
A professional communicator with a long career in higher education, Meg now consults and volunteers in areas where words and images work together to tell a story. She's a proud member of Davidson's Class of 1977 and lives nearby with her husband, Don, Davidson professor emeritus of biology, with whom she shares a family grown by kinship and choice.