Board of Directors
Scot Mann, President
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Scot works for US Bank and has over 20 years of experience in the Financial Services industry in areas such as customer and product profitability, merger transitions, project management, risk operations, and program and project governance. He has a degree in Business Management from NC State University.
Scot grew up in Maine and Vermont participating in a variety of sports. He moved to Raleigh before high school and began to focus on soccer playing for CASL and his high school team. He continues to be involved in soccer today both as a player in local adult soccer leagues as well as a recreation coach with SISA. He also coaches a local youth baseball team. Scot and his wife have called Mooresville home for over 16 years and have two children who both play soccer. The Mann family have been members of Lake Norman Soccer Club since 2011.
Trasha Schwendener, Vice President
Trasha received her Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina – Charlotte and also completed the financial planning program at Queens University. Trasha holds the FINRA 66 and 7 General Securities registrations as well as licenses for life insurance, fixed and variable annuities and long-term care insurance. Trasha joined Baird with 15 years of wealth management experience where she gained extensive B2B experience, managed account retention for over $5.5 million in revenue and handled contract negotiations. Trasha works to educate and guide her clients to better prepare for financial needs and growth in the future as wells as the present.
Trasha is a member of The Rotary Club – Top of the Lake-Mooresville chapter. In addition to Rotary, she volunteers her time with the Mooresville Christian Mission, Mooresville Soup Kitchen, and National Multiple Sclerosis Society Annual Walk. In her free time, Trasha also enjoys traveling, reading, exercising and spending time on the lake. Trasha and her husband, Simon, reside in Mooresville with their son, Mathias.
Aimee Downing, Secretary
Aimee Downing and her husband are the owner/operators of a self-storage facility and an investment property company in Mooresville. They have been members of Lake Norman Soccer Club since 2011. She has spent the last several years volunteering at club events and as a Team Manager.
Aimee has her Bachelor’s degree in Communication from Ohio University. She spent her professional career in the human resources field with a specialty in staffing/recruitment and employee relations. The last seven years of her career were spent working in the national staffing group for one of the nation’s largest financial institutions. While staying home to raise her two children, she has continued working in human resources by doing contract and consulting work. She served three years as a PTO President and continues her involvement with the Mooresville Graded School District as a member of the Parent Advisory Council and at her children’s schools as needed.
Aimee is an avid tennis player and spends much of her free time playing in several competitive tennis leagues across the Lake Norman area. The Downing family has called Mooresville home since 2003.
Dusty Muckenthaler, Treasurer
Dusty was born and raised in Overland Park, KS, a suburb of Kansas City. Dusty attended parochial elementary school before moving to a different part of Overland Park and attended public school in the Shawnee Mission School District and graduated from Shawnee Mission South High School. Dusty then attended Benedictine College, a small Liberal Arts Catholic college in Atchison, KS, and graduated with a degree in Accounting. After Dusty graduated college he spent the early part of his career working for smaller manufacturing companies throughout Kansas and the surrounding Kansas City area in controller type roles eventually landing at Bushnell Outdoor Products as the North America Accounting Manager based in Overland Park, KS. During this time, Dusty married his wife Kim in 2000 and had two daughters, Mia (’02) and Peyton (’05). In 2007, Dusty joined Ingersoll Rand and moved to St. Louis (Kim’s stomping grounds) as the Operations Controller for their Hussmann St. Louis manufacturing location. During his time in St. Louis Dusty was on the BOD and a very active member of the local Knights of Columbus council serving as Treasurer for 3 years. In 2011, Ingersoll Rand divested the Hussmann business and Dusty took a promotion which involved moving to Mooresville, NC to work in the Davidson, NC global headquarter offices. Dusty spent 2011-2015 as a multi-site Operations Finance Leader for both Thermo King and Trane Commercial HVAC. In early 2015, Dusty was promoted to Director of Financial Planning & Analysis for Trane Commercial HVAC NA & EMEA.
While at Shawnee Mission South High School (class 6A), Dusty received two varsity football letters as a linebacker, wide receiver, and punter and earned 1st Team All-Sun Country and 2nd Team All-Sunflower League. Dusty was also a three-year letter recipient in track & field and specialized in the 400M dash and qualified for State his Junior and Senior years and finished 2nd in Conference and 2nd in Regionals in the open 400 and 3rd in Regionals in the 4x400M relay. Dusty’s football honors as a punter caught the eye of many college football programs and ultimately earned him an academic and athletic scholarship to Benedictine College. Dusty lettered in football all 4 years at Benedictine College, earned all-conference honors 3 times and broke a school record set in 1975 for average yards per punt (40.1) which still stands to this day. Dusty’s college coach believed in helping to grow and teach football which allowed him the opportunity to travel to Europe three consecutive summers and play football in France, Sweden, and Germany and even the opportunity to play in Olympic Stadium in Stockholm. After attending a couple of combines for some smaller professional football leagues did not come to fruition, Dusty decided it was time to hang up the cleats and start his career in Finance and Accounting.
Both of Dusty’s daughters play for Lake Norman Soccer Club and he has a firm belief in the importance of giving back and supporting the community.
Michael Brady, Director At Large
Michael holds a bachelor’s of science degree in history from UNC Charlotte and holds a teacher certification from UNC Charlotte. He is currently enrolled and pursuing a Master’s in Education degree from UNC-Charlotte as well.
Michael is a teacher of history and civics/economics at a charter high school in Charlotte. He coaches the middle school soccer team and spent 4 seasons coaching for AYSO club as a volunteer coach. Michael also served AYSO as a division coordinator and rec coach. Prior to teaching Michael worked for AXA Financial for ten years working his way into life insurance underwriting. As an underwriter, Michael reviewed applications for insurance, to evaluate risk to AXA, and make the necessary underwriting decisions. He left the corporate world to become a teacher.
Dan Coffman, Director at Large
Dan was born and raised in Northern Indiana. He attended Purdue University where he received his Bachelors Degree in Pharmacy with a specialty in Nuclear Pharmacy. Upon earning his degree he moved to Chicago where he worked for Mallinckrodt Medical in a centralized nuclear pharmacy for 4 years. He met his wife while in Chicago. Shortly after that they relocated to Atlanta where he went to work for CVS/Health as a pharmacist. He moved into management with CVS in 2001 and relocated to Mooresville in 2007.
Dan and his wife have 2 children. One has been active with the club for several years and the younger is a competitive gymnast. He enjoys spending volunteering for the club and rooting his children on in everything they do.
Cedric Coco, Director At Large
Todd Hansen, Director at Large
John Rees, Director at Large
John was born and raised in London, England and moved to Mooresville, USA in 2002. Formerly in finance, as a hedge fund manager, he now owns J5Travel in partnership with his wife, Helen. J5Travel is a local Travel Agency specializing in luxury family and group travel. They have a son who is a Junior in college (playing a lot of soccer) and a Senior in High School (mainly swimming). Soccer has been a large part of family life and the family still maintains season tickets to Arsenal Football Club in London.