BOARD OF DIRECTORS
BRUCE HUNT, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
Bruce is a lifetime resident of Stark County, residing in North Canton for the past 27 years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Mount Union and a Master of Arts degree from Kent State University. Bruce is Director of Sales for Ball Metalpack. In addition to sitting on the Legacy Project board, Bruce currently serves on the boards of Jayani’s Army, Greater North Canton Youth Football Association, North Canton City Schools Board of Education, and Gregory Industries. Bruce and his wife, Stacy, have two children, Brennan and Hallie.
DARYL MILLER, TREASURER
Daryl resides in North Canton with his wife, Connie. They have three grown children and are members of The Chapel in North Canton. Daryl has served as the Chief Financial Officer since January 2008 for DCC Corp., a holding company, where he is also a board member. Daryl also serves as the CFO for Deliver That and Ichor Restaurant Group, LLC, the parent company to Old Carolina Barbecue Company and Smoke The Burger Joint. Daryl graduated from the University of Akron with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and was a CPA for a local accounting firm for two years.
TODD LINT, SECRETARY
Todd lives in North Canton with his wife, Sarah, and their three boys. Todd is the Sr. Manager of Process Improvement and Technology at Miller WeldMaster Corporation. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Organizational Leadership/Business Management from Malone University and also maintains several technology certificates in different technology spaces. In his spare time, you can find Todd coaching his boys' sports teams or working on his vintage car.
Todd grew up in North Canton and graduated from Glenoak High School in 1983. He received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Akron in 1987. He then went on to obtain a Juris Doctorate from the University of Akron School of Law in 1990 where he graduated with honors. After graduating, he joined the law firm of Day Ketterer which is located in Canton. In 1993, Todd established his own private practice and has argued a case in front of the Ohio Supreme Court. He is currently working on behalf of injured workers in workers’ compensation cases.
Tony is a Stark County resident and works for the Perry Local School District. He is a graduate of Perry High School and Malone University. He serves as the assistant principal of Edison Middle School. His passion is to see his students use the talents they have to achieve their goals. In addition to The Legacy Project of Stark, he serves on the board for Perry Helping Perry and as a director for the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association.
Ray is a lifetime resident of Stark County, living in Canal Fulton for most of his life. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in math and computer science from Grove City College. Ray is employed by First Energy as a communications representative. In his spare time. Ray serves on the worship team at RiverTree Christian Church playing keys and drums. He loves spending time with his family, watching movies, and four-wheeling.