Music City Legend Elects New Board Officers
The Board of Directors of Music City Legend Drum & Bugle Corps has elected Stephan M. Anderman, 56, of Lewisburg (TN), as their new Executive Director. Meeting in Lewisburg Sunday, the Board also elected Mr. Scott ?Hulka? McCoy, of Frankfort, Kentucky, as Assistant Executive Director. Mrs. Laurie Ford, of Nashville, was re-elected to a new term as Treasurer. She is the only person to have served the corps in this office since the corps? inception in 2003. Mr. Timothy D. Williams, 20, of Murfreesboro (TN), was elected as the corporation?s new Secretary. A student at Middle Tennessee State University, he succeeds Mr. Anderman in this position and is the youngest Director and Officer ever elected to serve the corps.
Mr. Anderman becomes the corps? third Executive Director, succeeding Mr. Scott Rhodes, who decided to step down from the position and did not seek re-election to the Board. Rhodes is a Founding Director of the corps and took over the reins of the organization from Mr. Brent Unger following the 2005 competitive season, when Mr. Unger moved from the Nashville area.
Active in the drum corps activity for nearly 40 years, Mr. Anderman has marched with the Emmaus Sentinels(PA), the Archer-Epler Musketeers of Upper Darby, PA, Capital Brass from New York, the Syracuse Brigadiers, the New York Skyliners, and Music City Legend. He has also performed with Rochester, New York?s Empire Statesmen and the Milton (PA) Keystoners.
Off the field, he has served as Public Relations Director for both the Drum Corps New York and the Drum Corps Associates (DCA) competitive circuits. He has also seen duty as a corps visual instructor, program book editor, contest coordinator, and tabulator. Mr. Anderman is a former writer for various drum corps publications includingDrum Corps World, a life member of the Syracuse Brigadiers Alumni Association and, most recently, served as public address announcer for the DCA Mini-corps Championship, the DCA Class ?A? and ?Open? Class Championship Prelims contest, and the DCA Alumni Spectacular this past Labor Day weekend in Rochester.
Originally from Southern California, Mr. Anderman is retired from Deloitte & Touche, LLP, and moved to Marshall County (TN) in April. A ham radio operator since 1968, he holds the FCC call sign K2SMA and is a life member of ?ARRL ? The National Association for Amateur Radio? and the Quarter Century Wireless Association. He is the son of John L. and the late Glenna J. Anderman of Summerfield, Florida.
Music City Legend, Tennessee?s only all-age drum corps, was organized in 2003 and competed in the DCA circuit from 2004 through last year. The corps did not compete this year, but greatly looks forward to returning to field competition in 2011. More information on the corps can be found on the Web athttp://www.musiccitylegend.org or by contacting Mr. Anderman by e-mail at executivedirector [at] musiccitylegend [dot] org">executivedirector [at] musiccitylegend [dot] org. MCL?s plans for next season will be announced soon.