Marty Beaugard Sr, President

Marty Beaugard, Sr. ran for Wilmington City Schools Board of Education because he wanted to be part of an institution in which he believes.  Beaugard’s goal in serving on the board of education is to make a difference and help ensure that all children, regardless of family background, ethnicity, or financial status receives a quality education. During his time of service, Beaugard has worked with the Community Action Council, the WCS Diversity Council, the Wilmington Police Dept. Diversity Council, and the WCS Athletic Subcommittee.

(Elected Term: 2022-2025)

Bill Davis, Vice President

Bill Davis has a passion for education and our school system. He has spent his entire career, 32+ years, working in education as a teacher and Career Specialist at the Laurel Oaks campus of the Great Oaks Career Campuses. Education is a family business as his wife Andrea is a retired teacher and both of his sons and daughter-in-law are teachers. His sons are also WCS graduates, Kyle (2012)-Tyne, and Chad (2017). He previously served on the WCS Board of Education for 12 years. Bill is also an Associate Pastor at the Wilmington Church of God. He is very involved in his community, having coached multiple sports for over 20 years, and serving on the Boards of the Clinton County Homeless Shelter and One Mission Clinton County. Bill believes the schools are part of the foundation of our community and should be a positive light in our community. He wants our schools to be a safe place for all students and staff to attend every day, and wants our schools to represent the values and beliefs of the Wilmington School District community.

(Elected Term: 2024-2027)

Bill Liermann, Board Member

As a dedicated Public servant, Bill Liermann served 15 years on Wilmington City Council and had previously served 12 years as a WCS Board of Education member. Bill has a passion for education and wants to see WCS improve its State ranking and encourage communication between the community and its schools. He firmly believes that Wilmington City Schools are essential to the economic development and growth within our community. Bill was a radio broadcaster and news/sports director for WKFI/WSWO for many years. He is currently employed as Sales Manager for Tire Discounters, Washington CH location and has over 20 years of experience in the automotive service industry. Bill and his wife Deanna (WHS 1979 grad) have 2 sons - Steven (2000 WHS grad) and Scott (2013 WHS grad).

(Elected Term: 2024-2027)

Tim Wiederhold, Board Member

Tim Wiederhold is a Wilmington transplant, having transferred to WHS in his freshmen year of high school. Tim is a 2011 graduate of Wilmington High School, where he was involved in student government, theater, and athletics. After high school, Tim graduated from Wilmington College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Educational Studies and History. In 2019, Tim completed his master's degree in Educational Leadership from Concordia University and took a role as a Student Success Coach at Wilmington College. In 2021, he left WC to open his own business here in Wilmington. Tim remained connected to education with his involvement in the WCS Wrestling program from 2011-2023. Tim comes from a family of educators.  His father, Jeff Wiederhold, is a retired WCS staff member who taught math for 30 years in the district. Tim's mother, Kim Wiederhold, is a retired art teacher who served 29 years at Fayetteville Perry Local Schools. Tim is married to his high school sweetheart, Elexis Murdock, who is now a PreSchool Intervention Specialist at Holmes Elementary. They have a son just getting started in the WCS schools.

(Unexpired Term through 2025)

Carrie Zeigler, Member

Carrie Zeigler is a lifelong resident of Wilmington, a WHS alumna, and the parent of a WCS student. She has a Master's Degree in Education Administration and served in the Wilmington City School District for 18 years. Carrie is committed to using her knowledge and experience as an educator and business owner to improving our schools and the lives of the children in our community.

(Elected Term: 2022-2025)

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