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Pam Doshier has over 36 years of experience in long-term care as a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator. She holds her Masters in Health Care Administration and is a Certified Dementia Practitioner. Even though Pam is a Nursing Home Administrator, she began her college career as a Dance Major, then transitioned to Health Care. Throughout her career, Pam has been very active in VHCA by serving on and chairing various committees. In addition, she served as Chair for the Central District of VHCA for two terms. While volunteering she has served as Chairman of the Board for the Waynesboro YMCA for two years; member of the Executive Board for the Waynesboro YMCA for three years; Board member for the Free Dental Clinic of Augusta County; served on various committees for the Jefferson Board for the Aging; President-Elect for the Kiwanis of Waynesboro; currently, participating in a grant for Tele-mental health services; and a member of the Project Board for the Warsaw branch of Rappahannock Community College.

Wesley Diggs is a native of Westmoreland County, and now resides in Warsaw. He is the father of two sons, who are his best friends, Ethan (7) and Jared (6). He is a Gang Investigator for the Virginia Department of Corrections Special Operations Unit, where he serves the Commonwealth as a Gang Expert in many gang related investigations. Wesley has recently become engaged to Auriel Walker and they are planning a June 2019 wedding.  He and his family attend Warsaw Baptist Church and a few of his hobbies include reading, hunting, fishing, relaxing at the beach and most importantly, spending quality time with those he loves.  His hobbies have NEVER included dancing.  Again, NEVER included dancing, although he is rapidly learning that stepping out of your comfort zone can result in some of the best times of your life.


Vote for your us! The couple that receives the most votes will be awarded the inaugural Community Choice Award.

Each vote is $5:
  • 1 vote = $5
  • 10 votes = $50
  • 100 votes – $500


Funds from voting support the RICHMOND COUNTY FAMILY YMCA annual campaign. 100% of campaign funds are used to help local folk live healthier, happier lives through participation at the YMCA.

Questions: 804 333 4117 Liz Hansbury

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