Member Spotlight: Our Club's Second Woman Member: Mary Ann Everly-Maupin

Mary Ann was the second woman to join our Rotary Club on April 1, 1988

(Mary Ann is our club's Wonder Woman and hates to have her picture taken!)

(Mary Ann is our club's Wonder Woman and hates to have her picture taken!)

Club Contributions

  • Secretary of our club for 14 years
  • Past Club President 2013-2014
  • 110% Governor's Award  2010-11
  • Multiple Paul Harris Fellow
  • Perfect Attendance Since:  2000
  • Sustaining Member
  • Skelton Fellow 

A little about our Wonder Woman: Mary Ann is a life-long resident of Waynesboro. She's coming up on her 50th year in her beautiful home on Jefferson Avenue where she raised her two daughters, Sharon and Terry. She's blessed with two grandchildren (Ada and Woody), a great-granddaughter (Keaton) and one great-grandson expected this spring!

Mary Ann plays bridge, loves to read, and spends a great amount of time cooking and baking treats for her countless local friends when she is not fighting off the bad guys.

Community Contributions:

  • Chairman of the Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce Board. The 2nd woman to hold this position at that time 
  • Past President of the Waynesboro Business and Professional Women’s Club
  • Chairman of the Virginia Heart Association Board. Her name is on the cornerstone of the Virginia Heart Assoc. building in Glen Allen
  • Member of the Office of Youth Board and was President her last year active with them
  • Received an Outstanding Leadership award for organizing and training 3,500 people in CPR with Steve Sundane in 1979
  • Waynesboro Outstanding Women of the Year in 1980
  • Treasurer for the United Way Board of Directors for 12 years 
  • Commissioner for Redevelopment and Housing for 32 years
  • President of South River Development since its beginning