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Mr. Jim Lavender

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Board of Trustees

Phone: (856) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  New Jersey , United States
Gloucester County College
1400 Tanyard Road
Sewell , New Jersey 08080
United States

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Employment History

  • Public Works Director
    Lee County
  • Director of Planning and Construction
    Lee County
  • Senior Pastor
    Discovery United Methodist Church
  • Vice Chair, Public Works Director, Lee County
    Florida Governmental Utility Authority

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • BA degree
    Florida State University
192 Total References
Web References
Board, 27 Feb 2010 [cached]
Jim Lavender, Vice Chair (Public Works Director, Lee County) Mr. Lavender received his BA degree from Florida State University and began his career with Lee County in 1974. For the next 14 years, he held various positions with the county. In 1988, he was promoted to serve as the Construction and Design Department Director. Mr. Lavender was appointed the Director of Public Works for Lee County in 2000. In this role, he assists the County Manager in implementing the policies and programs of the Board of County Commissioners as they relate to the departments of Transportation, Solid Waste, Utilities, Natural Resources, Construction and Design, and Facilities Management. Mr. Lavender joined the FGUA Board of Directors in 2005.
Jim Lavender, director of ..., 13 Mar 2007 [cached]
Jim Lavender, director of Lee Public Works, said some property owners who own other property on Pine Island can already get on and off the island by boat and are likely to oppose the assessment because they don't have to use the co-op.
"Our sign is an interesting story," ..., 1 July 2014 [cached]
"Our sign is an interesting story," says Dr. Jim Lavender, the founding pastor of Henrico County's Discovery United Methodist Church. "It has been very effective and a great thing to have done," he continues.
Dr. Jim Lavender, Discovery United Methodist Church
Inscribed bricks help organizatio ns of any size raise funds for marketing. Special memorial bricks are ordered for about $25 a brick and members often give up to 10 times their cost leading to very successful fundraising campaigns. Once the sign is purchased and installed, the memorial bricks become a permanent part of the sign's foundation, making a lasting memorial to the names inscribed.
"Our memorial brick campaign was a huge success," explains Dr. Lavender.
"The sign cost about $45,000 and we were able to assemble funds in two weeks," he says.
"I strongly recommend this kind of stewardship program for other churches, regardless of size," emphasizes Jim. | LIVE NATIVITY Pageant: Cue the lion!, 10 Dec 2005 [cached]
When Bubba's owner, Dr. Jim Lavender, walked up to the cage, the tawny 180-pound cat rolled over on his back for a tummy rub.
Bubba is among the approximately 20 animals appearing in the Living Nativity pageant this weekend at Discovery United Methodist Church, where Lavender is senior pastor.The pageant, which began last night, will be presented at 3, 5 and 7 p.m. today and tomorrow.
Most pageants don't have lions and tigers, but Lavender, who had a brief stint in entertainment before entering the ministry, is federally and state-licensed and insured by Lloyd's of London to exhibit exotic animals.
Animals for the Live Nativity were moved from their home on a Goochland County farm to the church Thursday evening.Some members of the congregation bring their family pets to add to the four-legged participants.
Yesterday morning, Bubba, tigers Prince and Princess, Jill the donkey, Joshua the camel and too many sheep and goats to name, waited for breakfast outside the church at Gayton and Lauderdale roads in western Henrico County.When not on stage, the nativity animals hang out in stalls or cages near the church's stage entrance.
"Teeth on one side and hoofs on the other," said Lavender, indicating the specially constructed area at the base of the church's steeple.
The area is enclosed on three sides with a high, padlocked fence on the fourth.The four stalls have roofs.This breaks the wind but allows for free-flowing air.The exotic animals stay in cages that also are covered on three sides.The animals are "never, ever tethered," Lavender said."A tethered animal can't get away from other animals or people."
The stall floor is asphalt, heavily covered with hay bedding and shavings.Church volunteers help look after the animals.Someone is with them day and night, Lavender said.
Contact, 27 Feb 2010 [cached]
Jim Lavender, Vice Chair Public Works Director, Lee County
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