The Marshall County Health Department welcomes back James Stultz to the Board of Health.  James has amassed more than 47 years of executive experience and retired from West Liberty University as Vice President of Human Resources in July 2015.  He also served as an adjunct faculty member in business at the Gary E. West College of Business.  Prior to that he served in Human Resources management at the Ohio Valley Health Services and Education Corporation (OVMC and EORH) for many years.  James previously served on the West Liberty’s Board of Governors from 2007-2010 as its vice chairman, and was reappointed this past spring by West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin.  He is a graduate of West Virginia University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and additional graduate study in history at WVU.  In addition, he holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Ohio University with a specialization in management studies.  He was a Distinguished Military Graduate in the U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program at WVU and served, during the Vietnam War period, in both mechanized infantry and combat engineer units, achieving the rank of captain.  Stultz has been active in many civic and government related organizations including serving as mayor and a member of the Moundsville City Council.  He is currently also the treasurer of the Moundsville-Marshall County Public Library system and is the secretary/treasurer of the Moundsville Water Board.  A lifelong resident of Marshall County, he resides in Moundsville with his wife Charlene.  He has a daughter Hilary and two grandchildren, Emery and Cooper.