MCAA Board of Directors
Darren Webb serves as President of the MCAA Board. Darren is a 1996 graduate of Madison County High School. After graduating from North Florida Community College in 1998, he moved to Tallahassee to finish his degree at Florida State University. He then lived in Tallahassee for 18 years working in banking before moving back to Madison in October of 2016. He now works as Business Development Officer for Madison County Community Bank. He also serves on the boards for the Madison County Foundation for Excellence in Education and Madison County Chamber of Commerce. Darren and his wife, Marsha, have two daughters, Reagan and Ramsey.
Kim Dickinson Brandies serves as the Vice-President of the MCAA Board. Kim is a lifelong resident of Madison County. She has over 12 years of banking experience. She graduated from North Florida Community College and Flager College, with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration. She also graduated the Florida School of Banking in 2008. She was formerly the Vice President and Customer Service Officer at Madison County Community Bank. She is a member of the Big Bend Hospice Advisory Board and the Madison Woman’s Club. She lives in Madison with her husband, Ben and their son.
Sarah Pike serves as the Secretary of the MCAA Board. Sarah graduated from North Florida Community College in 2004 with an Associate of Arts Degree. She is married to Ray Pike and they have 4 children who are currently attending MCAA. A stay-at-home mother, she is very active in the community and her church. She is a member of the Madison Junior Auxiliary where she served as Treasurer and on numerous committees. She is a member of First Baptist Church of Madison where she is a Sunday school teacher, an AWANA teacher, and the Children’s Church Director. She is also a licensed Real Estate Agent and Rodan and Fields consultant.
Chad Arnold serves as the Treasurer of the MCAA Board. Chad has been employed by Kids Incorporated of the Big Bend since 2004 and is currently the Health/Disability Coordinator for their Early Head Start programs in Madison and Jefferson Counties. Chad earned his Associates of Arts degree from North Florida Community College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education (Sports Management) from The Florida State University in 1998. From 2002-2004, he worked as a juvenile residential program counselor at Greenville Hills Academy. For the past several years, he has been involved in the Madison County Babe Ruth Baseball League and Dave Galbraith Football League as a volunteer coach. Chad has been a member of the Madison Rotary Club since 2013 and is currently serving in the position of Ex-Officio.
Troy Bradfield is a lifelong resident of Madison County. He graduated from Madison County High School in 2004. He began working for Progress Energy in 2005, and he has worked as Transmission Substation Maintenance Supervisor for Duke Energy since 2015. He lives in Lee with his wife Christie and their three children, Bailie, Clayton, and Ada. They attend church at First Baptist Church of Madison.
William "Willy" Hamrick graduated from Madison County High School in 1997 and Wiregrass Technical College in 2001. Willy has been a Lineman with Duke Energy for 17 years. During that time he has traveled extensively across the southeastern United States and overseas assisting in hurricane relief efforts. Through Duke Energy, Willy also serves on a specialized team that works closely with school-aged children and the public, teaching safety and the hazards associated with power lines and electricity. He enjoys the outdoors, spending time with family and friends, and is a member of First Baptist Church of Madison. Willy and his wife, Danielle, have 2 children, Avery and Will.
Suzi Hardee graduated from Valdosta State University with a Bachelor in Business Administration with a major in Accounting. She worked with Greenville Timber Corporation for six years as the office manager and assisted in the operations of the trucking company. She presently works as a paralegal for her husband where they specialize in personal injury law at The Hardee Law Firm. Suzi enjoys running and has completed several marathons, half marathons, triathlons and the Goofy Challenge at Disney World. She is married to Bo and they have three children Gus, Fraleigh and Jacob.
Melanie Terrill graduated from Charlton County High School in Folkston, Georgia, in 2002. She went on to attend Florida State College of Jacksonville, earning an Associate of Arts degree in Business Administration. She has worked for Johnson & Hohnson, Inc. for over 13 years, currently serving as their Human Resource Officer. Melanie and her husband, Jerry, have two children, Kaylee and Gage. They attend church at Fellowship Baptist.
Kyle Whitaker has been a resident of Madison for 28 years. He graduated from Madison County High School and then from North Florida Community College. He is now a certified plumbing contractor in the state of Florida where he has owned and operated KW Pumbing Inc. for the past 10 years. He currently lives in the Cherry Lake area with his wife Sara and his son Asher.
Cary A. “Bo” Hardee, III (Attorney of Record), a lifelong resident of Madison County, has over 10 years of experience practicing law in Florida. He attended North Florida Community College and Florida State University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and criminology in 1995. In 1999, he was awarded his Juris Doctor from The Stetson University College of Law. Currently, he is a partner at The Hardee Law Firm, PL. He is a sixth generation Floridian and a fourth generation attorney. His namesake, his great great uncle was the governor of the State of Florida from 1921-1925. Bo is a member of various groups in the state of Florida, both on a personal, professional, and religious level. He lives in Madison, Florida, with his wife Suzi, their three children, and two dogs.