Candace is a native of Princeton, WV where she grew up involved in the performing arts from a young age. She is a graduate of Princeton High School where she was an active member of both band and the prestigious Madrigal Singers. From there she attended Marshall University and became a member of Kappa Kappa Psi and the Marching Thunder, her last two years performing as drum major. Candace holds a BA in English Literature, but has spent her years since college as a stay-at-home mom to her son Trey and daughter Cadence. When not at CMC, she remains involved in several PTO and music programs throughout Mercer County.
Heather is a native of Princeton, WV where the performing arts has always been a part of her life. Growing up she participated in band, choir, and plays. She graduated from Princeton Senior High School, where she was a member of the color guard in the marching band; then switched to the bass clarinet for concert band. After that, she attended Concord University where she found her love for photography and graphics. She then graduated with a BA in Graphic Design and a BA in Studio Art. Outside of work Heather enjoys using her photography skills when she can.
Terry was born in Huntington, WV and raised in the coal camps of southern WV, Wharton. He attended high school at Scott High School in Madison, WV. Upon Gradation he enrolled at Morris Harvey College and graduated in 1961 with a BS in mathematics. Three years later, he received his diploma from the International Correspondence School in surveying and calculation. After 25 years with Eastern Associated Coal Corp., he left his job and enrolled at Bluefield State College and graduated with a degree in Computer Science. He later was employed by Bluefield State College in their computer department where he stayed until he retired in 2001. Terry is married to Peggy Wells, a Princeton native. They reside in Princeton where they raised Terry's two children from a previous marriage. Both Terry & Peggy have been busy since retirement by volunteering for several organizations in the Princeton area. In 2014 they were jointly selected as Volunteers of the Year by the Princeton Mercer County Chamber of Commerce. Terry is a past president & Treasurer of the former Princeton chapter of the AARP and served for several years as president of the Lilly Grove Improvement Association. Terry thinks CMC is a great asset to the Princeton area and is proud to volunteer there meeting people and making new friends.