David Young

Immediate Past Chair

Art Edge


Sharri Logsdon


Bruce Hughes


Jay Barrett

Fetch! Pet Care

Lavon Girrard Beard

UAB Hospital

Kelly A. Bownes

MedPlan Recruiting,Inc.

T.C. Branch, DVM

Oporto Animal Clinic

Forrest J. Cook, Jr.

S.S. Nesbitt & Company

Art Edge

Arthur Edge, P.C.

Missy Ellis


Chris Feenker

Hoar Construction

David B. Fron

Regions Bank

John Wade Haley

Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton

Kenneth Carlton Horne, Jr.

Cahaba Beach Dog Park


Bruce H. Hughes

HNG Consulting

Catherine Lake

HAL Construction

Sharri Logsdon

Regions Bank

Janet Lusco

Lucy Thompson Marsh

Thompson Tractor

Charles K. McPherson, Sr.

McPherson Oil

Maurice C. Moody

Renasant Bank

Reginald Murchison

Alabama Power Company

David S. Myers

Henderson & Myers OOC

Clifton Nail

GBHS YP Board Chair

Susan Norman

GBHS Auxiliary Board Chair

Julie D. Pearce

Gaines Gault Hendrix, P.C.

Stephanie Rebman

Birmingham Business Journal

Joseph A. (Jody) Saiia

Saiia Construction Company, LLC

Robin Savage

 Robins & Morton

Gary H. Scott

American Red Cross

Jim Shaw

Huie, Fernambucq & Stewart, LLP

Tommy Spina

Fawal & Spina

Lisa Thompson

Flex Digital/Cavalier Rescue of Alabama

Chip Welch

Industrial Chemicals Inc.

David Young

Hunt, Guillot & Associates

The Greater Birmingham Humane Society lovingly remembers one of the pets’ biggest champions.

In loving memory of Carolyn King

August 28, 1950 – November 28, 2014

August 28, 1950 – November 28, 2014

Many of us didn’t know Carolyn away from the GBHS. But, to all of us, it was evident that she was kind, thoughtful, had a keen mind for business, loved animals and was extraordinarily generous with her resources for the things she cared about. For those of us who knew her only a short while, we feel a stinging loss that we didn’t get to know her for a longer period of time.

In regard to the GBHS Board, she never made one statement or asked one question that wasn’t helpful in some way to whatever was being discussed. She was very sharp and insightful. Two days before she died, on Thanksgiving Day, she called the Chairman of the Board, wanting to help in some additional way with the new vet clinic. She could barely catch her breath. She was a generous benefactor to the very end. She will be missed.