Rob Wright - Executive Coordinator
My name is Rob Wright and I am excited to serve as the new Executive Coordinator for Keep Putnam County Beautiful – Clean Commission. This organization serves a particular interest that I hold personally to heart, which is to continually create positive impacts to our community here in Putnam County through invested volunteers to ensure that we all live in a clean and beautiful area. It is through this cheerful service of volunteering time and resources that we can proudly call Putnam County an amazing place to live, and together as neighbors, we can continue to build on these positive impacts that this Clean Commission and our community has made over these last 30 years.
Originally from the Baltimore Maryland area, I graduated with a Bachelors degree in Recreation and Parks Management from Frostburg State University in 2013. In 2015, I moved to New Mexico to begin my career as a District Executive for the Boy Scouts of America, where I was responsible for camping programs, fundraising and recruiting new Scouts into the program. In February 2017, I transferred to Cookeville TN and continued to serve as a District Executive for the Boy Scouts representing Putnam, Overton, Jackson and Clay Counties before being promoted to Program Director for the Middle Tennessee Council in November of 2017, providing camp and outdoor programs across the Middle Tennessee. In my spare time, I enjoy building things, camping, hiking, climbing, being on the water, bowling and competing at trivia.
I had never heard of Cookeville TN before moving here, but I quickly fell in love with the area. With all the beautiful natural areas in and surrounding our county, our city and county governments support and investment of recreational opportunities and leisure services, as well as meeting the most friendly people I’ve ever met in this community, I knew I found my new home. Upon accepting this position as Executive Coordinator, I knew I found my outlet to help make positive impacts on this community that I love so much. It is my personal goal to help continue awareness and education to our community of the impacts that we make with our choices in waste, and provide opportunities for more of our neighbors to get involved in improving our living areas, in both cleanliness & beautification
Our Board of Directors
DeLayne (Lawson) Miller is a native Cookevillian. She graduated from Putnam County Senior High School and received her degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tennessee Tech University. After living out of state for 20 years, DeLayne moved back to Cookeville with her family and has not looked back since. She has been the Sustainability Manager at TN Tech for the past 6 years and loves being able to work with the students and to pass on the fact that no matter where you are in life, or what career you choose, you can learn & practice more sustainable habits. But, what drives her is knowing that we are charged with being stewards of this beautiful world that we’re blessed to be living in. DeLayne’s most recent endeavor is section hiking the Appalachian Trail. However, she is most proud of her 4 children: Grace (25), Abby (23), Luke (21) and Joseph (19). Happy Trails!
My name is Delaine Stiltner! I am so thankful to be serving as Vice President of the Keep Putnam County Beautiful- Clean Commission! I am currently a junior majoring in civil engineering at Tennessee Technological University. In my free time, I enjoy traveling, hiking, and gathering with friends and family. I am also in Alpha Delta Pi sorority and the current president of TTU Water Professionals. I am excited to be a part of this organization and hope to increase student involvement and awareness about the importance of taking care of our beautiful community!
I am a retired minister with a long history of trying to be a good steward, caring for creation, while also encouraging others to behave ethically toward the earth.
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Lisa Luck has chosen to be a part of the Clean Commission board to help provide education about waste management and the importance of keeping litter clean in our community. She works for the Putnam County Solid Waste Department as Program Manager and teaches county residents about how to best manage garbage through waste reduction, recycling and composting. Lisa enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, gardening and writing.
Sam Glasgow was recruited to join the Clean Commission in mid-2019 thanks to his friendship with Shannon Reese, then enthusiastic Program Director of the program. As a retired pathologist, a life-long hiker and athlete, and lover of nature, he shares interests with other active environmentalists on the board.
He is active in other civic organizations, especially the Tennessee Central Heritage Rail -Trail Board, which his friend Tara Wohlgemuth chairs. Over the 34 years he and Diane have lived in Cookeville, Tennessee,
they believe it is one of the best places to live and raise children in Tennessee. Their 35-year old son John recently graduated from Notre Dame's MBA program and he and his fiancée will probably live in New Jersey or New York. Sam and Dianes 33-year old daughter Heather will finish a second post doc at University of Washington
and will start as an assistant microbiologist at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.in Memphis. Tennessee.
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