David Stotts is married and has three daughters, two sons-in-law and four grandchildren.
Church Affiliation and Committees:
Madison United Methodist Church member
Served on the finance committee
Served on the funding task force for the new Building
Mississippi Conference Treasurer/Director of Finance and Administration and Conference Benefits Officer
Currently serving on the Wespath Benefits/Investments Board
Currently serves as treasurer of the National Association of Annual Conference Treasurers and as a past president
Currently serves on the Gulfside Assembly Board as treasurer
Served as president of the SEJ United Methodist Church Business Administrators
Served on the Southeastern Jurisdiction (SEJ) Council of Finance and Administration (CFA)
Served on the General Council on Finance and Administration (GCFA)
My hope for the result of the 2019 Called Session of General Conference is to put in place a denomination that knows how we work together and allow nothing to limit our mission and ministry work like the camps, Wesley Foundations, hospitals and colleges and seminaries. I also want to be sure that we secure the future for our United Methodist pastors who currently serve us.
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