Board of Directors and Advisory Council
Board of Directors
Rev. Linda Hutton
Founding Board Member
Craig Stubblebine – President
Craig Stubblebine served on the economics faculties of the University of Virginia, the University of Delaware, and Claremont McKenna College where he held the Von Tobel Chair, and Claremont Graduate School. He is Emeritus Professor of Political Economy at CMC. Following retirement from the Claremont Colleges, he was elected treasurer of Claremont Presbyterian Church. Subsequently, he was elected to the Board of Pilgrim Place, a Claremont community of over 300 residents retired from careers in religious organizations. Pilgrim Place is a continuing care retirement community providing independent and assisted living, as well as skilled nursing for its residents. In his last two years on the Board, he served as Chairman of the Board. Carol and Craig were drawn from California to Sewanee to be with their daughter, Julia, and have been members of the Sewanee community since 2014. He has been on the Board of Folks at Home since October 2016.
Woody Deutsch – Treasurer
I came to Sewanee in 1968 to become a member of class of 1972 at the University of the South. After I graduated, I never really left the area, however, I did move off the mountain to the Alto area. After farming the land, raising corn, wheat, soy beans, and hogs, for 20 plus years, I opened Woody’s Bicycles in Winchester, TN in 1995. I moved the bicycle shop to Sewanee in 2008 which really put me (back) in the heart of this community. This move was important to me because it re-united me with the area that I love so much. I have since served on the board of the Mountain Goat Trail Alliance and am a proud member of the Monteagle Sewanee Rotary Club.
Jessica M. Favaloro is new to the board of Folks at Home. She retired to Monteagle, TN 6 years ago. Prior to retirement, she worked at Browne McHardy Clinic and Ochsner Clinic as a General Internal Medicine
specialist in the greater New Orleans area. While a physician, she served as a Clinical Instructor of Medicine at LSU School of Medicine, and was a member of Utilization Review Boards for Maxicare of Louisiana and
Blue Cross of Louisiana. She was chairman of the Internal Medicine Department at East Jefferson General Hospital.Currently she is serving her second year as President of the Sewanee Women’s Club, and is on the boardsof the Mountain Goat Trail Alliance and the Monteagle-Sewanee Rotary Club.
Married to Joseph “Joey” Favaloro