CAJA of Marshall County Elects Officers

The Board of Directors of The Court Appointed Juvenile Advocates of Marshall County recently elected officers for 2021.  Those elected were Taylor Bentley Conner, from Howard Bentley Buick GMC, President; Anna Fredrick, from Marshall Medical Systems, Vice President; Beth Smith, from Progress Rail, Vice President; Sharlene Shell, from Peoples Independent Bank, Treasurer; and Janna Bonds, from Marshall County Schools, Secretary.

Other Board members are: Rodney Atkins, Progress Rail; Kasey Culbert, Citizens Bank & Trust; Drew Davis, BPI Media; Sherry Spurlin, Mortgage Group LLC; Jeff Sims, Wells Fargo; Jason Windsor, Marshall County Sheriff’s Office; Will Brumbeloe, Mortgage Group LLC; Jeff Morgan, Country Financial and Executive Director Pam Just.

The Court Appointed Juvenile Advocates (CAJA) of Marshall County is a non-profit organization that trains community volunteers to advocate for Marshall County’s most severely abused, abandoned and neglected children.  CAJA is supported by the United Way of Marshall County, court fees, a VOCA grant through AL CASA Network, and by direct contributions from individuals, corporations and agencies interested in CAJA’s mission.  You can help make a difference in the lives of these children by becoming a CAJA volunteer or donating.  You can speak up for these children and help them have what every child deserves: a safe and happy childhood.  Find out how you can help at, contact Pam Just, Executive Director at, or call at 256-878-1445.