RANDY QUICK, 2015 HOC AWARD RECIPIENT

RANDY QUICK

 

Randy is a lifelong resident of Rome and Floyd County growing up in the Lindale community.

 

At an early age, Randy developed his interest in music and radio.  He is currently a Partner-General Manager/Rome Radio Partners WSRM(South93.5)/WQTU(Q102)/WRBF(The Rebel)/WRGA(News Talk 98.7-AM 1470)/WGJK(99.5 The Jock)

 

 

Past Chairman of the Board Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce

-Past Chairman of the Rome Floyd Economic Development Authority

-Past County Chair Floyd County Education SPLOST Committee to build a new Pepperell High School

-2009 Citizens SPLOST Committee (County Communications System, Barron Stadium Improvements, Property for Lowe’s Distribution Center)

-Chairman of Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce Business Expo 2001, 2002, 2003

-Graduate of Leadership Rome XVII

-Coordinator of Leadership Rome XXI

-Rome Rotary / Paul Harris Fellow / Board of Directors

-Past Chairman of the Board– Campaign Co-Chair  of the United Way of Rome and Floyd County

-Board of Directors Exchange Club Family Resource Center of Rome

-Salvation Army Advisory Board (Participating in the annual can-a-thon for the past 21 years)

-Board of Directors Rome Symphony Orchestra

-Foundation Board Georgia Highlands College

-Board of Directors Communities in Schools

-President-Board of Directors Rome International Film Festival

-Christmas in Rome Parade Committee

-Board of Directors DIGGS

– March of Dimes

-Floyd County American Cancer Society Relay for Life

-Board of Directors Coosa Valley Federal Credit Union

-Lay Leader – Lindale United Methodist Church

 

Randy and his wife Janie have been married for 40 years.  They have a daughter, Kristin who graduated from Jacksonville State University and is employed by the Rome City School System.  They have two grandchildren, Zachary and Gabrielle.

 

Nominated by Michael McDougald.  Mike says “ Randy Quick has the heartbeat of his community in his rhythm. He truly has his community and his family at heart- and he so strongly deserves the Heart of the Community award.”