Our Board


Lucy Corr Village is a registered non-profit continuing care retirement community managed by The Health Center Commission for The County of Chesterfield, Virginia. The following individuals serve on the Health Center Commission, which oversees all of the operations of the Lucy Corr Village community.



Charles T. Maguire, Chair, At Large Member

Charles F. (Rick) Witthoefft, Vice-Chair, At Large Member

Steven L. Micas, At Large Member

Joseph A. James, M.D., At Large Member

Katie McCullough, At Large Member

Hobart Harvey, At Large Member

Jeremy Gray, At Large Member

Hobart Harvey, At Large Member

Sarah C. Snead, Advisory Member

Alexander Samuel, Advisory Member


Chair, At Large Member
Mr. Maguire, Senior Vice President of Banc of America Public Capital Corp’s Government Finance Group, has twenty-four years of Federal, Municipal and Healthcare financing experience. Mr. Maguire has extensive experience serving Healthcare, Federal Government, and State and municipal clients primarily on the East coast with tax-exempt debt products, including Build America Bonds, Qualified School Construction Bonds, loans, leasing, and private placement G.O./Revenue bonds. Additionally, Mr. Maguire is a regular speaker on domestic government debt solutions at industry conferences such as the Association for Governmental Leasing & Financing and the Government Finance Officers Association.


Vice-Chair, At Large Member
Mr. Witthoefft is General Counsel for Hirschler Fleischer, PC, and has practiced law at that firm since 1972 as a trial lawyer in varied business disputes and commercial cases. He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and has been recognized by several legal publications for accomplishments in business litigation. Mr. Witthoefft has served divers professional organizations, including as president of the Richmond Bar Association, Greater Richmond Bar Foundation, Federal Bar Association (Richmond Chapter), and the Lewis F. Powell, Jr. American Inn of Court. His community activities include leadership roles with St. Luke Lutheran Church, St. Michael’s Episcopal School, Trinity Episcopal School, James Madison University Parents Council, and the Mary Morton Parsons Foundation. Mr. Witthoefft received his B.A. degree from Hampden-Sydney College, and his J.D. degree from the University of Richmond School of Law.


At Large Member
Mr. Micas earned both his B.A. in Psychology as well as his Juris Doctor from the University of Virginia. He has served as Staff Attorney for the Division of Legislative Services of the Virginia General Assembly and as Assistant City Attorney for the city of Charlottesville, Virginia. Mr. Micas is a past President, Vice President and Treasurer of the Virginia Local Government Attorney’s Association. From 1976 to 2010, he was the County Attorney for Chesterfield County, Virginia and in that capacity defended all boards, commissions, departments and employees of the County in Federal and State Courts. Mr. Micas currently serves as County Attorney for Prince George County for all civil-related legal matters.


At Large Member
With 27 years of experience in the medical field, Dr. James is a practicing Internist on staff with HCA Primary Health Group – Johnston-Willis in Richmond, Virginia where he specializes in Geriatrics. Dr. James earned his Bachelor’s Degree from City College of NY and his Medical Doctorate from Yeshiva University, Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1988. Dr. James completed his Internship, Residency and Fellowship at the University of Connecticut and has certifications by The American Board of Internal Medicine for Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine. Additionally, Dr. James is a past member of the Board of Trustees for Westminster-Canterbury Foundation (Richmond) and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Elk Hill, whose mission is to “enable children and families to transform overwhelming challenges into successful futures” through specialized education, community-based services and residential treatment programs.


At Large Member
Ms. McCullough, Director of Consulting with TELUS Health, has over twenty years of experience serving in various capacities within the health care industry including positions held at Virginia Health Quality Center, Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association, CJW Medical Center and Mary Washington Healthcare. Ms. McCullough received her B.A. degree in Biology from Mary Baldwin College and her M.H.A. degree from the Virginia Commonwealth University. Currently, she holds the Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality designation and received her certification in Healthcare Lean Six Sigma from Villanova University. Previous professional volunteer positions held include: Virginia Senate Productivity and Quality Award Board of Examiners, Virginia Association for Healthcare Quality Board of Directors and Virginians Improving Patient Safety and Quality Board of Directors. Currently, Ms. McCullough serves the community in several volunteer endeavors including Shalom Farms, Richmond SPCA, Living Waters of the World, and Grace Covenant Presbyterian Church.


At Large Member
Jeremy Gray is the Chief Operating Officer of HCA Virginia’s Chippenham Hospital. Jeremy was Chief Operating Officer at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center, Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Jeremy joined HCA in 2012 following 4 years with Community Health Systems in the Shelbyville, Tennessee and Jackson, Tennessee markets. While in Shelbyville, Jeremy completed $50 million replacement facility at Heritage Medical Center and was promoted to CEO of Haywood Park Community Hospital in Brownsville, Tennessee. Being a long time resident of the Gulf Coast, Jeremy accepted a position at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center in order to be in closer proximity to family that reside in Mobile, Alabama. During his tenure at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center, the facility was awarded a $25 million ED expansion, completed Level 2 trauma consultative visit of the American College of Surgeons, approved expansion of the rehabilitation hospital, and scored the lowest RFI/surveyor day in HCA for 2015. Jeremy is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and has served as a Haywood County Chamber of Commerce Board member, Brownsville Rotary Club member, and is currently a Board member of Covenant Hospice. Jeremy received his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama and a Master of Science in Health Administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Jeremy and his wife Holly have 3 children, Thomas, Ian, and Caroline Grace. Jeremy enjoys sailing, surfing, hiking, and very active supporter/sponsor with local high school soccer, cross country, and competitive swimming.


At Large Member
Hobart Harvey served as the Vice President of Financial Services for the Virginia Health Care Association (VHCA), a position he recently retired from after 18 years of service. His primary responsibilities with VHCA included monitoring Medicare and Medicaid payment issues and related reform initiatives on behalf of the Association’s nursing facility and assisted living facility members. Along with his financial responsibilities, Mr. Harvey worked collaboratively with Virginia’s Medicaid agency to identify and implement solutions for enhancing oral health for residents of long term care facilities. Prior to joining VHCA, Mr. Harvey served as regional Director of Financial Analysis for the Daughters of Charity National Health System-East, now Ascension Health, in Baltimore, Maryland, where he had overall responsibility for the financial reporting and capital project review and analysis function for the region’s fourteen hospitals and health systems. Mr. Harvey also held the position of Senior Manager with Ernst & Young where he provided a variety of financial and reimbursement consulting services to both nursing facilities and hospitals. Mr. Harvey is a graduate of West Virginia University.


Advisory Member
Ms. Snead was appointed Deputy County Administrator for Human Services in July 2010. Prior to this appointment, she served as Director of Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Department of Social Services. As Deputy County Administrator, she oversees the operations of all Human Services Departments within the county and serves as the liaison between the Health Center Commission and the County of Chesterfield. Ms. Snead received her Masters of Social Work with a concentration in Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1983.


Advisory Member
Alex Samuel became the Health Director for the Chesterfield Health District in July of 2017. He joined the Virginia Department of Health soon after graduating from residency in 2010, assuming the role of Health Director of the Piedmont Health District, which covers seven rural counties in the central part of the Commonwealth. While in Piedmont, Alex focused on health district organizational development and capacity building. He also worked to develop community collaborations that lead to the creation of an obesity prevention coalition and a successful community health assessment partnership with the local hospital system. Alex enjoys working at the intersection of fields like public health, social science, and organizational management, using skills in community participatory learning methods, ethnographic assessment, community coalition development, and strategic planning, with the aim of integrating evidence-informed approaches into interventions that are ultimately community derived. Alex hails from the wide-open spaces of rural south central Kansas. He obtained his MD from the University Of Kansas School Of Medicine, receiving his Pediatrics training there before entering the General Preventive Medicine and Public Health Residency Program at Johns Hopkins.