She and her husband, Allen, have two children attending Mark Twain: Amy and Mark. “My family is full of voracious readers,” she said.
“As an active patron, I certainly have a personal interest in helping maintain the library’s resources,” DeVaughan said. “I am also pleased that my accounting background can be of service beyond the ability to earn a paycheck.”
DeVaughan’s appointment was approved by the Brentwood Board of Aldermen during a meeting last Monday.
She is replacing Joan Beeman, who left the board earlier this year.